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  1. Which London Underground line is coloured brown on the Tube map?

  2. What are also known as the Decalogue?
  3. Who was buried in Westminster Abbey in April 1882, close to John Herschel and Isaac Newton?
  4. Which highly sophisticated combat submarine was piloted by Troy Tempest?
  5. Pete Duel starred as Hannibal Heyes in which TV series?
  6. Which coffee is identified by a label showing a drawing of a Gordon Highlander and a Sikh soldier sitting together outside a tent?
  7. Which former bare-knuckle boxer won Celebrity Big Brother 8?
  8. In Indian cooking, which vegetable is gobi?
  9. 'Call me Ishmael' is the famous opening sentence in which book?
  10. In March 1985, which pop group made a ground-breaking 10-day visit to China (the first by a Western group)?
  11. Which Starbucks' coffee cup size, larger than a Grande, is also Italian for twenty?
  12. Which city's economic boom called the 'Miracle on the Han River' made it the world's 4th largest metropolitan economy in 2014, after Tokyo, New York City and Los Angeles?
  13. The Gateway Arch is a 630-foot tall monument in which American city?
  14. What name was given to the German state as it existed between 1919 and 1933?
  15. Which Nick Hornby book features London record shop owner Rob Flemming?


  1. Bakerloo line
  2. The Ten Commandments
  3. Charles Darwin
  4. Stingray
  5. Alias Smith and Jones
  6. Camp Coffee (N.B. the label also features the drink's slogan: 'Ready Aye Ready')
  7. Paddy Doherty
  8. Cauliflower
  9. Moby-Dick
  10. Wham!
  11. Venti
  12. Seoul
  13. St. Louis (it's the world's tallest arch, and the tallest man-made monument in the Western Hemisphere)
  14. Weimar Republic
  15. High Fidelity

Quiz Questions

  1. Which English king ordered the erection (between 1291 and 1294) of twelve stone monuments called Eleanor crosses, of which three survive nearly intact today?
  2. Which French word meaning 'slang', is a secret language used to prevent outsiders from understanding conversations?
  3. Which historical and archaeological city shares its name with Tamara Ecclestone's sister?
  4. Which American anti-ballistic missile defense system was developed after the experiences of Scud missile attacks during the Gulf War?
  5. Which intergovernmental organisation was founded on 10 January 1920 as a result of the Paris Peace Conference?
  6. A Zonian is a person associated with living close to which famous geographical feature?
  7. Which eighties pub quiz TV game show, with a darts theme, was hosted by Jim Bowen?
  8. Which country's plane was hijacked and forced to land at Entebbe Airport on 4 July 1976?
  9. Which term was popularized in the 1914 American film series The Perils of Pauline in which each episode ending with an unresolved danger?
  10. Which restaurant chain's name is the Japanese word for 'self-indulgent'?
  11. Who was the last person hung for treason in the United Kingdom?
  12. What was Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara's real first name?
  13. Who was Home Secretary during 1972's Bloody Sunday and was Edward Heath's main rival to becoming leader of the Conservative Party?
  14. Which North Sea oil production platform exploded in 1988, killing 167 people?
  15. Which three-times married American actress and sex symbol died in June, 1937, at the age of just 26?


  1. Edward I
  2. Argot
  3. Petra
  4. THAAD (Terminal High Altitude Area Defense)
  5. League of Nations
  6. The Panama Canal
  7. Bullseye
  8. France's (Air France)
  9. Cliffhanger
  10. Wagamama
  11. William Joyce, better known as 'Lord Haw-Haw' (in 1946)
  12. Ernesto
  13. Reginald Maudling
  14. Piper Alpha
  15. Jean Harlow

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