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  1. Is a pumpkin a fruit or vegetable?
  2. What name is given to the highest vocal range of all voice types?
  3. Coal Miner's Daughter is a 1980 American biographical film about which singer?
  4. Who is married to accountant Hugh O'Leary?
  5. In the novel Moby Dick by Herman Meville, what type of whale is Moby Dick?

  6. True or false. It was illegal to drink alcohol in America during prohibition?
  7. Which club was Viv Anderson playing for when he became the first black footballer to represent England?
  8. Which traditional tune was the basis for "Home in the Meadow", a recurring song throughout the epic film How the West Was Won?
  9. The Aztec culture flourished in which modern day country from 1300 to 1521?
  10. Which U.S. Navy test pilot became the first American in space?
  11. The racing suit Steve McQueen wore in which film sold for 336,000 dollars at a 2017 auction?
  12. The 1995 animated film Toy Story was produced by which animation studio?
  13. Which British city's cathedral was left a virtual shell after German bombing on the evening of 14 November 1940?
  14. The orbicularis oculi muscle is the fastest muscle in the human body, where exactly is it located?
  15. What did the original Hollywood Sign read before a four letter portion of the sign was removed in 1949?
  16. Which of the major oceans is the smallest?
  17. Which band, heralded as one of the first to come to public attention via the Internet, was formed in Sheffield in 2002?
  18. Rupert Bear lives with his parents in which fictional English village?
  19. In the 1500s, which astronomer proved that the Earth orbits the Sun?
  20. Which company or brand was founded by Joseph Bamford from a one man garage in Uttoxeter in the 1940s?
  21. Which country in 1893 became the first place to allow women to vote?
  22. Georges Leclanche is chiefly remembered for his invention of one of the first modern what?
  23. The Eastern Roman Empire was also called what?
  24. The dodo is an extinct flightless bird that was only found on which island?
  25. Jahangir Khan is considered the best ever player in which sport?
  26. In 1972 which American actress was condemned for visiting North Vietnam as a guest of its government?
  27. Which prize is like the Oscars of the newspaper industry?
  28. Mitch Buchannon is a fictional character from which TV series?
  29. What name is given to the accumulated excrement of seabirds?
  30. What is the arabic word for desert?
  31. A cheese produced by Charles Martell and Son at Hunts Court Farm, Gloucestershire, is called 'stinking' what?
  32. Which scientist is most famous for creating the binomial system, which is a system of naming plants and animals that we still use today?


  1. Fruit (that may surprise you!?)
  2. Soprano
  3. Loretta Lynn
  4. Liz Truzz
  5. Sperm whale
  6. False (prohibition banned the sale, manufacture, and distribution of alcohol for drinking purposes but it didn't outlaw consumption)
  7. Nottingham Forrest
  8. Greensleeves
  9. Mexico
  10. Alan Shepard (1961)
  11. Le Mans (1971)
  12. Pixar
  13. Coventry's
  14. Eyelid
  15. Hollywoodland (the 'land' part was removed)
  16. The Arctic Ocean
  17. Arctic Monkeys
  18. Nutwood
  19. Nicolaus Copernicus
  20. JCB (the acronym stands for the founders intials: Joseph Cyril Bamford)
  21. New Zealand
  22. Batteries
  23. The Byzantine Empire
  24. Mauritius
  25. Squash
  26. Jane Fonda
  27. The Pulitzer Prize
  28. Baywatch
  29. Guano
  30. Sahara
  31. Stinking Bishop
  32. Carl Linnaeus