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- On 31 October 2009, which British daily newspaper published its 10,000th issue?
- The work of architect Antoni Gaudi is mostly associated with which city?
- A quad bike may also be known as an ATV - what does the acronym ATV stand for?
- The famous Azure Window, a 28-metre-tall natural limestone arch, fell into the sea in March 2017 - to which country did it belong?
- Which comedian has appeared in the sitcom Not Going Out as Toby and is also a regular panellist on the satirical comedy show Mock the Week?
- What is the offspring of a male horse and a female donkey called?
- Which Cairo born journalist and broadcaster presented a British television documentary series that ran from 1958 to 1994?
- The British farthing was in circulation for 100 years and ceased to be legal tender in 1960, from 1937 onwards it featured the image of which type of bird?
- Which English city is home to Bishop Grosseteste University and a 3rd-century Roman gate called Newport Arch?
- Which pale blue gas is formed from dioxygen by the action of ultraviolet light?
- Which common species of bat is the smallest found in Europe?
- What common name is given to a puppet controlled from above using wires or strings?
- Former Manchester City footballer George Weah has become the President of which country?
- A Haiku is a very short form of Japanese what?
- Which popular drink was sold in a glass bottle with a yellow cellophane wrap until 1983?
- Which sort of birds are associated with the Tower of London?
- The palace and main residence of English monarchs in London, from 1530 until 1698, gives its name to which well known London road?
- Which highly controversial process for extracing gas uses a high-pressure water mixture directed at the rock to release the gas inside?
- Which famous poet worked for over thirty years as a librarian at Hull University?
- What is Dan yr Ogof in South Wales famous for?
- In the 1979 science fiction film Alien, the creature's vocalizations were provided by which English ornithologist and entertainer, best known for his bird impersonations?
- What is the English translation of the French word oeuf? (Hint: it's a food item)
- The Daily Star
- All-terrain vehicle
- Hugh Dennis
- A hinny
- Alan Whicker
- Common pipistrelle
- A marionette
- Lucozade (after rebranding, between 1984 and 1989, UK sales tripled)
- Whitehall (from the Palace of Whitehall)
- Phillip Larkin
- Caves (the National Showcaves Centre for Wales)
- Percy Edwards
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