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1. Which playwright wrote Entertaining Mr Sloan and Loot and was later murdered by his lover? - Joe Orton

2. Who was the first Englishman to score in both an FA and European Cup Final? - Teddy Sheringham

3. Who is the heroine of the book Little Women? - Jo March

4. Who became the first Labour prime minister in 1924? - Ramsey Macdonald

5. What role was played by Bella Enahoro in the TV series Pie in the Sky? - Cambridge (constable and later sergeant)

6. With what song did Frank Bruno get into the top thirty? - Eye of The Tiger (Suffolk)

7. What is the Harlem Globetrotters theme tune? - Sweet Georgia Brown

8. Which admiral led the British to victory over the French in the 1798 Battle of the Nile? - Nelson

9. Which title character in a Daniel Defoe novel was born in Newgate Prison? - Moll Flanders

10. Who is the father of Lady Sarah Chato? - Lord Snowdon

11. Which actress played Harriett in Carry On Dick? - Barbara Windsor

12. Who was the first female presenter of Top Gear? - Angela Rippon

13. Who played Jesus Christ in the 1972 musical Godspell? - David Essex

14. What is the more common name of burned gypsum? - Plaster of Paris

15. Who played Liz McDonald in Coronation Street? - Beverley Callard

16. Who has managed both Newcastle and Middlesbrough? - Jack Charlton

17. What make and type of car was driven by William Conrad in the TV series Cannon? - Lincoln

18. Which great sprinter died after she suffered a seizure in 1998, aged only 38? - Florence Griffith-Joyner

19. In which TV series would you find Spock, Hodge and Lloydy? - All Quiet On The Preston Front

20. What is the name of the woman's tennis circuit in the USA? - The Virginia Slims

21. Who was the Babe Ruth candy bar named after (nothing to do with baseball)? - President Grover Cleveland's daughter Ruth

22. What is the name of the substitute for silver invented by Thomas Bolsover in the 1740s ? - Sheffield plate

23. When Queen Victoria became Queen who ceased to be Queen? - Adelaide

24. Which chart topping song begins with the words "it was a dream she had, in a scheme she had"? - China In Your Hand

25. What is the bark of the tree quercus suber called? - Cork

26. What was the first UK number one for Lonnie Donegan? - Cumberland Gap

27. What is the name for a five lined poem in which the first two and the last lines rhyme? - Limerick

28. Who was the first Englishman to be sent off in a rugby union International? - Mike Burton

29. Which pop artist painted Whaam!? - Roy Lichtenstein

30. Who played violin in the National Youth Orchestra, won Cambridge blues at cricket and rugby and captained England? - Tony Lewis

31. What was the name of the ship on which actress Gay Gibson was murdered? - S.S. Durban Castle

32. Fanny Price appears in which Jane Austen novel? - Mansfield Park

33. Which animals are sold at Bampton Fair? - Exmoor ponies

34. In which film did the Mental As Anything hit Live It Up feature? - Crocodile Dundee

35. What was Charlie Chaplin's last film? - A Countess From Hong Kong

36. Which American president was known as the Hero of New Orleans? - Andrew Jackson

37. Who had a number one in the fifties with Only Sixteen? - Craig Douglas

38. What is the wine in a perigueux sauce? - Madeira

39. What building material was patented by builder Joseph Aspdin in 1824? - Portland Cement

40. In which Paris square was the guillotine used during the French revolution? - Place de la Concorde


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