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Quiz Questions I

  1. Who was President of the United States before John F. Kennedy?

  2. It was broken and sold for less than 15 dollars; what was the first ever item sold on eBay?
  3. Name the last woman to be executed in the UK?
  4. In films, which character has the surname Rockatansky?
  5. Pen y Fan is the highest point in which UK National Park?
  6. In Christian and Islamic tradition where do the Seven Sleepers come from?
  7. Which model of car did Henry Ford name after his son?
  8. Which soft sulphate mineral is the main constituent in blackboard chalk and many forms of plaster?
  9. Where would you normally find marram grass growing?
  10. Which word could be a traditional German toast or the name of a former Formula One driver?
  11. Who married the 1975 Miss World, Puerto Rico's Wilnelia Merced?
  12. Who became leader of the Labour Party in 1980?
  13. Name the first programme to be shown officially on BBC2?
  14. Name the most populated American city founded within the 20th Century?


  1. Dwight D. Eisenhower
  2. A broken laser pointer
  3. Ruth Ellis
  4. Mad Max
  5. Brecon Beacons National Park
  6. Ephesus
  7. The Edsel
  8. Gypsum
  9. Sand dunes
  10. Prost
  11. Bruce Forsyth
  12. Michael Foot
  13. Play School (in 1964)
  14. Las Vegas

Quiz Questions II

  1. In his will, who did Julius Caesar appoint as his heir?
  2. In the 1970s what had the slogan 'Love, Peace and Good Music'?
  3. Which Gibraltar-born British fashion designer has been named British Designer of the Year four times?
  4. Name the northernmost of the five boroughs of New York City which is also home to Yankee Stadium?
  5. As in the British Raj, what does the word 'raj' literally mean in Hindustani?
  6. Which British port offers the shortest ferry route to Dublin, Ireland?
  7. What is the name of the natural region of tropical wetlands in the southern part of Florida?
  8. What name is given to a collective community in Israel that was traditionally based on agriculture?
  9. Give the name of the only penguins that live north of the equator in the wild (Hint: it's also the name of a group of islands)?
  10. The most northern Mcdonalds restaurant in the world is in which country?
  11. 'Belaying' refers to a variety of techniques used in which activity?
  12. The London School of Economics (or LSE) was founded in 1895 by which organisation?


  1. Octavian (his adopted son)
  2. Radio Caroline
  3. John Galliano
  4. The Bronx
  5. Rule
  6. Holyhead (Wales)
  7. The Everglades
  8. Kibbutz
  9. Galapagos penguins
  10. Finland
  11. Climbing (the techniques used to exert tension on a climbing rope so that a falling climber does not fall far)
  12. The Fabian Society

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