- The first Christmas trees were decorated with which fruit?
- This Christmas, what will often travel around the world while staying in its corner?
- In the first ever episode of The Simpsons, Homer gets mad at Bart and Lisa for adding their own lyrics to which Christmas song?
- Which character was played by Edmund Gwenn in 1947 and Richard Attenborough in 1994? We need the exact name for the point.
- In 2011, the British Trust for Ornithology asked members to suggest names for the collective noun for a group of robins. The winning word was:
(a) BREAST, (b) ROUND, (c) BRUSH, or (d) RABBLE
- Who got his own slot on This Morning in 2021 to pick the best Xmas jumpers?
- What was the surname of Tiny Tim, from Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol?
- Xmas is a common abbreviation of the word Christmas, but which language does this come from?
- Dawn Ralph aged 9, became the youngest featured performer on any UK Christmas number one by singing which song?
- Which modern day country is Saint Nicholas said to originate from?
- Which traditional Christmas food is also the nickname of Lieutenant Nick Bradshaw?
- In which film is Billy Bob Thornton a criminal who dresses up as Santa Claus in order to rob stores?
- Which three words come next in the following lyrics: "Brightly shone the moon that night, though the frost was cruel, when a poor man came in sight..."?
- What's the name of the tiny village in West Wales that many people visit to get its postage stamp on their Christmas cards?
- Buck's Fizz is an alcoholic cocktail made of how many parts champagne, to orange juice:
(a) two parts champagne, to one part orange juice, (b) three parts champagne, to one part orange juice (c) four parts champagne, to one part orange juice
- Postage stamps
- Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
- Kris Kringle (Miracle on 34th Street)
- (b) ROUND (breast came second, blush third, and rabble fourth)
- Gyles Brandreth
- Greek (the "X" comes from the Greek letter Chi)
- There’s No-one Quite Like Grandma (St. Winnifred’s Choir)
- Goose (the character Bradshaw's nickname in the film Top Gun)
- Bad Santa
- Gathering Winter fuel (Good King Wenceslaus)
- Bethlehem (Carmarthenshire) (It was named after the chapel in the vilage)
- (a) two parts champagne, to one part orange juice
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