HSL’s Weekly Quiz – 13th October 2020
How did you get on with last week’s quiz? There are some tricky ones this week. If you have any questions you’d like to see featured, send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and you might see them in our next edition!
- What position did Sir Robert (Bobby) Charlton CBE play on the football pitch
- What does GDPR, a European Union law, stand for?
- What is Mufasa’s evil brother called in Disney’s ‘The Lion King’?
- In the film, ’Mrs. Doubtfire’, what is the real name of the dad (Robin Williams) who pretends to be Mrs Doubtfire?
- Which iconic American rock band did Dave Grohl drum for between 1990 and 1994, before he founded the Foo Fighters?
- The show ‘Changing Rooms’, originally on the BBC, is returning to TV on Channel 4. But do you know who is set to present it?
- What is as a percentage?
- What is the deepest part of the ocean called?
- In ‘EastEnders’, which character pushed Barry Evans off a cliff, to his death?
- Which county has the largest population, Cornwall or Devon?
- A virtual London Marathon was held on Sunday 4th October, how many miles is a marathon?
- Who said this well-known quote? – “If you look at what you have in life, you’ll always have more. If you look at what you don’t have in life, you’ll never have enough.”
- What cuisine is ‘pico de gallo’ usually used in?
- In the 1996 film, Romeo and Juliet, there is a famous scene that takes place at a fish tank. Can you name the song which played in the background during this scene?
- What colour outfit did the Queen wear to Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall’s wedding?
- When did the first series of The Great British Bake Off (on BBC Two) air?
- What country is the giant panda native to?
- Who did the voiceover for the titular character of the ‘Shrek’ film series?
- How many types of Blue Peter badges is it possible to earn?
- What are the parents called from ‘The Addams Family’?
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