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Quiz I

  1. How are Conquest, War, Famine and Death collectively known?
  2. Which food was created for patients of Battle Creek Sanatorium in Michigan, in 1894, which became so popular it was produced for the wider public?
  3. What is the first name of the wife of Emmanuel Macron, President of France?
  4. "You'll Never Walk Alone" is a show tune from which musical?
  5. The Halliwell Jones Stadium is a stadium in which British town?
  6. What colour is the falling letter 'i' in the logo of the supermarket chain Lidl?
  7. Which series of British children's comic strips and books, later adapted into a TV series, was created by John Ryan?
  8. Which flower is sometimes referred to as the Lenten lily?
  9. What alternative name for the killer whale is also the name of the boat in the films Jaws?
  10. According to the New Testament, what did Salome, the daughter of Herodias, infamously demand and receive?
  11. Which street was satirised by The Kinks in their 1966 hit, "Dedicated Follower of Fashion"?
  12. John Moores University is in which English city?



  13. Which 2004 film depicting the final ten days of Adolf Hitler's rule over Nazi Germany has given rise to a number of YouTube parodies??
  14. Two American states achieved statehood in 1912, name either?
  15. Which English journalist and TV presenter founded the website MoneySavingExpert.com?
  16. To which small island did Victor Hugo move to in 1855, where he stayed until Napoleon III's fall from power in 1870?
  17. Casting, burnishing and carnonizing are all terms relating to which skill or hobby?
  18. How many contestants featured in each epsiode of the 90s British game show Dale's Supermarket Sweep?
  19. Which country is the world's largest producer of olive oil?
  20. How many times does the number seven appear in the numbers 1 to 100?
  21. What name is shared by the 2018 winning Cambridge college of University Challenge and the largest city of Antigua and Barbuda?
  22. What was the name of the rag doll in the 1950s children's TV series Andy Pandy?

Answers:

  1. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
  2. Corn flakes (created by John Harvey Kellogg who was superintendent of the sanatorium)
  3. Brigitte
  4. Carousel (a 1945 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical)
  5. Warrington (a rugby league stadium)
  6. Red
  7. Captain Pugwash
  8. Daffodil
  9. Orca
  10. The head of John the Baptist
  11. Carnaby Street
  12. Liverpool
  13. Downfall
  14. New Mexico or Arizona
  15. Martin Lewis
  16. Guernsey
  17. Pottery
  18. Six
  19. Spain
  20. 20 (7, 17, 27, 37, 47, 57, 67, 70, 71, 72 ,73, 74, 75, 76, 77 (twice), 78 ,79, 87, 97)
  21. St Johns
  22. Looby Loo




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