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 Quiz 89a - General Knowledge - More from Bill Turnbull:


1. In a poll conducted in the early 1970's who was voted the most hated man in history? - Adolf Hitler
2. Who hosted the first edition of Top of the Pops? - Jimmy Saville
3. What was Bruce Springsteen's first number one album in the UK titled? - Born In The USA
4. What is a baby hippopotamus called? - Calf
5. Mart Poom who played in goal for Portsmouth, Derby County, Sunderland and Watford won 120 caps for which country? - Estonia
6. Which British car manufacturer made the Rebel? - Reliant
7. Who played Oz in Auf Wiedersehen Pet? - Jimmy Nail
8. Which British sausage is traditionally sold in a coil? - Cumberland
9. What was Grace Darling's father's job? - Lighthouse keeper
10. What everyday item was invented in 1973 by Martin Cooper? - Mobile phone
11. What is the title given to the lead ballerina in a ballet company? - Prima Ballerina
12. Who was lost in France in 1976? - Bonnie Tyler
13. What was cricketer Gary Sobers home island? = Barbados
14. Which journalist became the 172nd president of the MCC? - Christopher Martin Jenkins
15. What was the title of the first Tarzan novel? = Tarzan of the Apes
16. Which world leader was known as "Boney"? - Napoleon Bonaparte
17. The 400th birthday of which flower was celebrated in the Netherlands in 1994? - Tulip
18. In the world of entertainment what is a famulus? - Magician's assistant
19. Which female singer had a top ten hit in 1999 with Not Over You Yet? - Diana Ross
20. O UGLY NINE is an anagram of which singer songwriter? - Neil Young


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