HSL’s Weekly Quiz – 3rd November 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!
- The coloured part of the human eye is called what?
- What year was the musical drama film, Footloose, first released?
- What animal does Pastrami come from?
- Marsala comes from which Mediterranean Island?
- How long is the River Nile in kilometres?
- King Henry VIII married Anne Boleyn, however it was said that pre-marriage he had her sister as his mistress. What was the name of Anne Boleyn’s sister?
- Who invented the toaster?
- Who was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in 1960?
- Solve this anagram of a member of the Royal family (their full royal title) –
- What is the capital of Nicaragua?
- What is the famous James Bond’s favourite tipple?
- How many stars are there on the American flag?
- What minimum population must a town have in order to apply for city status?
- What is the largest moon of Saturn called?
- What’s the name of Postman Pat’s cat?
- Which colour is said to represent peace?
- What is the name of the lion in “The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe”?
- Who directed the 1940 film Rebecca? It has just been remade for Netflix!
- How many times do the clocks change (go back and forwards) in one year?
- Which Australian TV soap aired first, Home and Away or Neighbours?
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