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Trivia Questions

  1. Which British tennis players won a Grand Slam singles title at the 1976 French Open?
  2. The game show Winner Takes All was first hosted by which comedian from 1975 to 1986?
  3. What was won by To Kill a Mockingbird in 1961 and Gone with the Wind in 1937?
  4. Can you name the first woman to receive a Nobel Prize?
  5. Who was the first person to win Who Wants to Be a Millionaire UK?
  6. What actor won an Oscar posthumously for the film Network?

  7. In football, which country won EURO 2016?
  8. Which schoolgirl won the 1970 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "All Kinds of Everything"?
  9. Which general won the battle of the Alamo in 1836?
  10. Between 1977 and 1987, which athlete won 122 consecutive races and set the world record in the 400 metre hurdles four times?
  11. Who was the first winner of Britain's Got Talent?
  12. Which country won the first ever football World Cup?
  13. In which year did ABBA win the Eurovision Song Contest? And in which British seaside resort did they win it?
  14. Can you name the head coach of the Green Bay Packers during the 1960s, who won the first two Super Bowls?
  15. What did Vivian Nicholson's husband Keith win in 1961?
  16. General George Meade is best known for winning which battle?
  17. 16 year old Cassius Heath was the first winner and 18 year old Baron Overwhill the second winner - of what?
  18. In February 2020, who won the first series of ITV's The Masked Singer UK?
  19. Who won the 2010 Labour Party leadership election?
  20. Who is the oldest celebrity to win Strictly Come Dancing?
  21. Who is the youngest person to win a competitive Oscar?
  22. In golf, who is famous for his "zero to hero" victory in the 1991 PGA Championship?
  23. What did Anish Kapoor win in 1991, Steve McQueen in 1991, and Grayson Perry in 2003?
  24. What did Tim Campbell win in 2005 and Michelle Dewberry in 2006?
  25. Which horse won the Grand National in 2018 and 2019?


  1. Sue Barker
  2. Jimmy Tarbuck
  3. The Pulitzer Prize
  4. Marie Curie (for Physics in 1903)
  5. Judith Keppel
  6. Peter Finch
  7. Portugal
  8. Dana
  9. General Santa Anna
  10. Edwin Moses
  11. Paul Potts
  12. Uruguay (1930)
  13. 1974. Brighton.
  14. Vince Lombardi
  15. Football pools (became famous when she told the media she would "spend, spend, spend")
  16. Battle of Gettysburg
  17. Hunger Games
  18. Nicola Roberts
  19. Ed Miliband
  20. Bill Bailey

  21. Tatum O'Neal (in 1974, aged 10, for Paper Moon)
  22. John Daly
  23. Turner Prize
  24. British version of The Apprentice (BBC TV reality show)
  25. Tiger Roll