HSL’s Weekly Quiz – 24th June
Welcome one and all to our weekly quiz! We hope you have a great time answering this week’s questions. It’s a real mixed bag of general knowledge and fun trivia – will you rise to the challenge?
Have you been completing these quizzes with anyone else or do you test the brain cells by yourself? We’d love to hear about how you are doing. If anyone would like to submit a question for us to use next time – please do get in touch and we’ll consider it for the following week.
On to the quiz… good luck!
- How many rings are there on the Olympic flag?
- Who wrote ‘Gone with the Wind’?
- What was the name of the first ever James Bond film? Extra points if you can name the actor that played Bond too!
- Which country is the world’s largest producer of wine?
- In Greek mythology, who is the goddess of agriculture?
- What was the name of the main protagonist (read: adorable rabbit) in Watership Down?
- Jean-Claude Killy was famous for partaking in which sport?
- In the Lion King, what type of monkey is Rafiki?
- When was the film, ’The Railway Children’, first released?
- Which tree produces conkers?
- What is the capital of New Zealand?
- Which country was the first to use paper money?
- A ‘bind’ is a group of what?
- Which national flag has a lion holding a sword on it?
- In the line of succession for the throne, what place number is Princess Beatrice of York?
- What two colours, if mixed together, can create purple?
- Can you name the three main presenters from the old BBC garden makeover programme, Ground Force?
- In April – rarely before – female Blue Tits will start laying their eggs. Typically, one egg will be laid per day, each at around 6am, until her clutch is complete. How many eggs does an average clutch consist of?
- How many pyramids are there in Egypt?
- In the phonetic alphabet, what is used for G?
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