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Question: 1: The winner of the 2021 Golden Globe for Best actress in a film – musical or comedy attended which college at Oxford University ?
Answer: Wadham
Question: 2: What is the name of the racehorse of the fictional character Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward ?
Answer: FAB 3
Question: 3: Whose red dispatch box was sold at a Christie's auction in London in 2015 for £242,500 ?
Answer: Margaret Thatcher
Question: 4: The arena pictured above is located in which Square in an English city ?
Answer: Bolero Square
Question: 5: The musical pictured above was inspired by the pools win of a lady and her husband in 1961. Which celebrity presented the couple with their prize cheque in 1961 ?
Answer: Bruce Forsyth
Question: 6: What is the nickname of the dog trainer who is the presenter of the Channel 5 show Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly ?
Answer: The Dogfather
Question: 7: Predict the Thunderball to be drawn on Wednesday 10th March.
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Question: 8: 145 years ago today Alexander Graham Bell patented the telephone. What birthday present did he receive on his 11th birthday ?
Answer: His middle name Graham
Question: 9: The song pictured above holds which record of all songs to reach number one in the UK singles chart ?
Answer: It is the shortest
Question: 10: Last year was the 400th anniversary of the voyage of the Mayflower to the New World. Which of these is not the name of a passenger on that historic Mayflower voyage ?
Answer: Isaac Wilmslow
Question: 11: The actor who played Jim Trott in the sitcom pictured above has sadly died aged 89. As well as an actor he was also a songwriter and one of his songs, originally sung by Tom Courtenay, went to number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 in May 1965 when it was sung by which group ?
Answer: Herman's Hermits
Question: 12: Fragments of a rare meteorite called carbonaceous chondrite landed in the area of which English town on 28th February 2021 ?
Answer: Winchcombe
Question: 13: What is the name of the song that is the UK entry in this year's Eurovision Song Contest ?
Answer: Embers
Question: 14: The device pictured above is often desribed as the world's oldest computer and, through the use 3D computer modelling, scientists from the University College London believe they have finally solved the mystery of how the whole mechanism worked and what it looked like. The device was recovered from a shipwreck which was discovered in 1900 in which sea ?
Answer: Aegean
Question: 15: Formula One commentator Murray Walker has sadly died at the age of 97. One of the things he was known for as a commentator was his Murrayisms. Which one of these is not one of his Murrayisms ?
Answer: Niki Lauda has been unbeatable all season except in the races he has not won
Question: 16: Where in Rome was Julius Caesar assassinated 2,065 years ago today ?
Answer: Theatre of Pompey
Question: 17: Which of these famous ladies did not study at Exeter University ?
Answer: Angela Rippon
Question: 18: Yesterday Rachael Blackmore became the first female jockey to win the Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham. What was the name of the horse that she rode ?
Answer: Honeysuckle
Question: 19: The hill in Buckinghamshire pictured above is where David Butler MBE found an unexploded bomb when he was just 11 years old resulting in the loss of both his legs and his left hand. Which member of the Royal Family presented David with his MBE ?
Answer: Queen Elizabeth II
Question: 20: On the standard British version of the board game Monopoly there is only one site on the board named after a building. What colour is that site ?
Answer: Light Blue
Question: 21: Which Harry Potter film character has been played by an actress who appears in Line of Duty series 6 ?
Answer: Helena Ravenclaw
Question: 22: 15 years ago the social networking site Twitter was founded. Which of these famous people currently has fewer than 100 million followers on Twitter ?
Answer: Lady Gaga
Question: 23: Which of these opening lines from a novel were written by a writer who was born in England ?
Answer: Mr. and Mrs. Dursley of number four Privet Drive were proud to say that they were perfectly normal thank you very much
Question: 24: If it was Matilda in 1982 and Kit in 2002 who will it be in 2022 ?
Answer: Perry
Question: 25: The actress pictured, who was tragically murdered in real life, played a murder victim in an episode of Columbo. Who directed that episode ?
Answer: Steven Spielberg
Question: 26: What is the name of the ship which became stuck in the Suez Canal earlier this week causing a huge jam of vessels ?
Answer: Ever Given
Question: 27: This man was a writer but he also received patents for his inventions of an intended replacement for suspenders, a game of history trivia and a special type of scrapbook. What was the first name of the man's wife ?
Answer: Olivia
Question: 28: What was the name of the boat that was shipwrecked in the TV sitcom featured above ?
Answer: S.S. Minnow
Question: 29: Which of the following people does not feature on the new British £50 note or feature in the unveiling of the note to be issued in June 2021 ?
Answer: Tim Berners-Lee
Question: 30: Which of these islands did not compete in the 2018 Commonwealth Games ?
Answer: Crete
Question: 31: Out of the 34 races in the 1960s TV series pictured above which car finished in the top 3 the most times ?
Answer: The Boulder Mobile
Question: 32: In which country are two loonies equal to a toonie ?
Answer: Canada