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Quiz I

  1. British columnist Owen Jones writes for which newspaper?
  2. What colour is the star on the flag of Vietnam?
  3. What did Wilhelm Rontgen discover in 1895?
  4. How many children were in the title of the 1990s BBC TV sitcom that followed the lives of the Porters?
  5. What sort of nuts would you find in a Waldorf Salad?
  6. What was Violette Szabo posthumously awarded on 17 December 1946?
  7. El País, the name of Spain’s most read newspaper, translates into English as what?
  8. Which hero takes Proton Energy Pills which give him "the strength of twenty atom bombs for a period of twenty seconds"?
  9. Which country is the bigger: Australia or Brazil?
  10. What was unusual about the disastrous crusade by European Christians to regain the Holy Land from the Muslims in 1212?
  11. What is the main occupation of Lisa Armstrong, former wife of Ant McPartlin?
  12. Which NHS free number do you call if you have an urgent but non-emergency healthcare need?
  13. If Roy of the Rovers was playing today, what four leter name would he have on the back of his shirt?
  14. Which cocktail contains five parts vodka to two parts coffee liqueur?
  15. Which company did Joe Bamford found in 1945?
  16. Vaduz is the capital and seat of the national parliament of which country?
  17. Which film is regarded as the first to be given the title of 'blockbuster'?
  18. Who was U.S. President when Queen Victoria died?
  19. Which well known actor was Barbara Streisand's first husband?
  20. Which global city's economic boom is sometimes called the "Miracle on the Han River"?
  21. In Britain, between the 1680s and 1850s, which party were the main rivals to the Tories?
  22. Who is known for the quote: “Football is a simple game. Twenty-two men chase a ball for 90 minutes and at the end, the Germans always win."?



Answers:

  1. The Guardian
  2. Yellow
  3. X-rays
  4. 2 point 4
  5. Walnuts
  6. George Cross
  7. The country
  8. Roger Ramjet
  9. Brazil
  10. It was by children
  11. Make-up artist/expert
  12. 111
  13. RACE (It's Roy of the Rovers surname)
  14. Black Russian
  15. JCB (the initials stand for Joseph Cyril Bamford)
  16. Liechtenstein
  17. Jaws
  18. William McKinley (1901)
  19. Elliott Gould
  20. Seoul
  21. Whigs
  22. Gary Lineker




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