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  • 1. What is Liverpool's main railway station called? Lime Street
  • 2. According to the song what did the old lady swallow to catch a spider? A Bird
  • 3. In which US state is Michael Jackson's ranch Neverland? California
  • 4. According to the Bible who was the only man to survive the destruction of Sodom and Gomorra? Lot
  • 5. Which former film star has a statue to him in Leicester Square in London? Charlie Chaplin
  • 6. Which 1984 film comedy starred Bill Murray, Dan Ackroyd and Sigourney Weaver? Ghost-Busters
  • 7. Who was the brother of Wilbur Wright who invented the aeroplane? Orville
  • 8. Which Canadian Territory has a capital called Whitehorse? Yukon
  • 9. In which century did post boxes first appear in England? 17th (1653)
  • 10. Which country is Addis Ababa the capital? Ethiopia
  • 11. Which is the longest bone in the human body? Femur
  • 12. Which Ukrainian city gives its name to a chicken dish? Kiev
  • 13. What new name was given to the Millennium Dome in 2007? O2 Arena
  • 14. What name is given to a quarter of a circle? Quadrant
  • 15. Which 2008 film musical starred Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham-Carter? Sweeny Todd
  • 16. Which Billy Joel number 1 hit song did he write for his wife Chrissy Brinkly? Uptown Girl
  • 17. Which famous University is at Newhaven Connecticut? Yale
  • 18. In which century was the Mona Lisa painted? 16th (1503)
  • 19. In which century was New Amsterdam renamed New York? 17th (1664)
  • 20. Which American state shares its name with a former Soviet state? Georgia
  • 21. Who was the first African American to win Best Actress Oscar? Halle Berry
  • 22. In which book of the Bible is the story of Samson and Delilah told? Judges
  • 23. In which London Borough is the Royal Albert Hall? Kensington
  • 24. The name of which US state capital was also the name of the ancient capital of Egypt? Memphis
  • 25. Five of the world's top 10 highest waterfalls are in which country? Norway
  • 26. Which ship built in 1937 is now a floating hotel in California? Queen Mary
  • 27. What does Spumante mean on a bottle of wine? Sparkling
  • 28. Who won Best Actor Oscar in successive years the 1990s? Tom Hanks
  • 29. What is the name of the daughter in the Addams Family? Wednesday
  • 30. Which 2 dances are used as words in the phonetic alphabet? Foxtrot Tango
  • 31. In which decade was the last moonwalk? 1970s 73
  • 32. In US politics The Senate is the upper house, what is the lower house called? The House of Representatives
  • 33. What was the nickname of the late Johnny Cash? The Man in Black
  • 34. Who was the first woman trainer of an Aintree Grand national winner? Jenny Pitman
  • 35. What name is given to Beef Fillet cooked in pastry? Beef Wellington
  • 36. In which year was The Battle of Britain? 1940
  • 37. In which century was chocolate introduced into Britain? 17th
  • 38. Which TV comedy series featured such characters as Radar and Hot lips? MASH
  • 39. Who was the male star of the classic western High Noon? Gary Cooper
  • 40. What is the most common eye colour in the world? Brown
  • 41. In which sport were 137 world records set in 2009? Swimming
  • 42. Which famous film role was played by a cairn terrier called Terry? Toto in The Wizard of Oz
  • 43. In which century was the Union Jack adopted as the British Flag? 17th (1606)
  • 44. Which country does Usaine Bolt represent in athletics? Jamaica
  • 45. In which TV series did Judi Dench play Miss Matty Jenkins? Cranford
  • 46. For which state was Barack Obama the Junior Senator? Illinois
  • 47. In the Wallace and Grommitt films which actor provides the voice of Wallace? Peter Sallis
  • 48. Who wrote the Bourne trilogy of books which have become hit films starring Matt Damon? Robert Ludlum
  • 49. What is the capital of Bosnia-Herzegovina? Sarajevo
  • 50. Only 4 Gemstones are classed as precious which are they? Diamond Emerald Ruby Sapphire
  • 51. Which religious group leave Bibles in hotel rooms? The Gideons
  • 52. What is the capital of Haiti? Port-au-Prince
  • 53. The Amazon flows through how many countries? Seven
  • 54. What National holiday was first celebrated in England in 1974? January 1st
  • 55. Which band's first album had a picture of the Hindenburg airship on its sleeve? Led Zeppelin's
  • 56. Which football team were nicknamed 'the crazy gang'? Wimbledon FC
  • 57. In which film did Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway play a pair of notorious outlaws? Bonnie and Clyde
  • 58. In which decade did English football teams first wear numbers on their shirts? 1930s
  • 59. What is the name of John Lennon's son by Yoko Ono? Sean
  • 60. In which country is the highest mountain in South America? Argentina
  • 61. What is the name of the headquarters of the Metropolitan Police? New Scotland Yard
  • 62. Which notorious robber rode a horse called Black Bess? Dick Turpin
  • 63. Which political party won it's first ever seat at Brighton Pavillion in 2010? The Green Party
  • 64. What name was given to the fight between Muhammad Ali & Joe Frazier at the Arpanet stadium in 1975? The Thriller in Manila
  • 65. Whose tombstone bears the inscription "I told you I was ill"? Spike Milligan
  • 66. How many seats did the Tories win in Scotland in the 2010 General Election? One
  • 67. In which area of London is the Royal Observatory? Greenwich
  • 68. Who wrote the novel The Importance of Being Earnest? Oscar Wilde
  • 69. Which company operates most of the west coast mainline trains? Virgin
  • 70. What is the minimum number of shots a football team need to take to win a penalty shoot out? Three
  • 71. What type of animals are portrayed in the book "Watership Down"? Rabbits
  • 72. In which century was the Encyclopedia Britannica first published? 18th (1768)
  • 73. The Beatles' last live performance was at Candlestick Park in San Francisco. In what year was this? 1966
  • 74. What is the lightest weight category in boxing? Light Flyweight
  • 75. In which American state is Cape Canaveral, a launching site for space travel? Florida
  • 76. Which famous landmark is at the western end of the Champs Elysees in Paris? Arc De Triomph
  • 77. In the USA which medal would you receive if wounded on military service? Purple Heart
  • 78. Which serial Killer committed suicide in Winson Green Prison in 1995? Fred West
  • 79. For which 1972 film did Marlon Brando win Best Actor Oscar? The Godfather
  • 80. What is the last word in the Bible? Amen
  • 81. Which instrument did Jazz musician Louis Armstrong play? Trumpet
  • 82. Which building houses the US Defence Department? The Pentagon
  • 83. What name is given collectively to the counties that surround London? The Home Counties
  • 84. In which county is England's northernmost point? Northumbria
  • 85. How many stars are there on the flag of the Peoples Republic of China? Five
  • 86. Which singer was the subject of the 2006 Sun headline, "Zip Me Up Before You Go Go"? George Michael
  • 87. Match of the day was first broadcast on Saturday 22nd August, but in which year? 1964
  • 88. In which modern county is Barnsley? South Yorkshire
  • 89. Which American state entered the Union in 1819 and is often referred to as the `Heart of Dixie'? Alabama
  • 90. How many "TV" Dr Who's have there been? 12
  • 91. What Biblical event does Maundy Thursday celebrate? The Last Supper
  • 92. In which British city did the body snatchers Burke and Hare operate? Edinburgh
  • 93. Which country makes more movies than any other? India
  • 94. When Prince Charles becomes king, he won't be called CharlesIII, but he will likely become what? George VII
  • 95. Which human organ was the first to be transplanted? Kidney
  • 96. Which pair of birds refused to go into Noah's Ark, preferring to sit on the roof and chatter? Magpies
  • 97. What did the Irish adventurer Captain Thomas Blood attempt to steal in 1671? The Crown Jewels
  • 98. Cockfighting was banned in England in which century? 19th (1849)
  • 99. How many toes do most birds have on each foot? 4
  • 100. What occurs on the first Sunday following the first full moon that occurs on or after the day of the vernal equinox? Easter Sunday
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