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The Ultimate 1940s Genre Quiz

How much can you remember from the 40s? From historical events to Fashion, TV, Music and celebrities during the decade. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some nostalgic quizzing.

Round 1 – 40s Trivia

1 – Which Jewish victim of the Holocaust, famous for keeping a diary was captured in 1944?

2 – Which brand of military car was invented on May 26, 1941?

3 – Which electrical kitchen item was invented in 1945?

4 – What swimwear item was invented by French engineer Louis Réard in 1946?

5 – Which dictator committed suicide in 1945?

6 – What did the Polaroid Corporation invent in 1947?

7 – What type of pens went on sale on April 25, 1944?

8 – Which national memorial in the Black Hills region of South Dakota was completed in 1941?

9 – What is June 6th 1944 also known as?

10 – Which scientific theory was introduced to the world in 1948?

Round 2 – TV, Film & Showbiz

1 – In which 1940s children’s TV show would you hear “Kowabunga, Buffalo Bob.”?

2 – Which film musical featured Judy Garland in 1944?

3 – Which classic 1942 film featured Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman?

4 – What were Hal Fryar, Curley Myers and Larry Vincent better known as?

5 – Which now iconic Christmas film featuring James Stewart was released in 1946?

6 – Laurence Olivier married which British actress in 1940?

7 – Which American Western drama television series aired in 1949?

8 – What was Orson Welles first cinematic feature?

9 – Name Charlie Chaplin’s first film that he wrote, directed, produced, and starred in as both lead roles?

10 – Which ‘Magic Moments’ singer has his own TV show in 1948?

Round 3 – Music

1 – Who was the best selling music artist of the 1940s?

2 – What was the most popular style of music in the early 40s?

3 – Which sisters sang the 1943 hit ‘Shoo Shoo Baby’?

4  – Which singers version of ‘You Are My Sunshine’ was Winston Churchill’s favourite?

5 – During World War 2 which singer was known as ‘The iconic singing cowboy’?

6 – Which Beatle was born October 9th 1940?

7 – Champion Jack Dupree played which instrument?

8 – Just a-Sittin’ and a-Rockin’ was a 1946 hit by which group?

9 – Which Welsh icon, born ‘Thomas Woodward’ was born in 1940?

10 – Who sang the 1941 chart hit ‘God Bless the Child’?

Round 4 – Historical Events

1 – World War II officially ended on September 2nd of which year?

2 – NATO was formed in which year?

3 – In 1944, Iceland declared independence from which country?

4 – In which year did the British rule in Burma end?

5 – On January 30th 1948, which Indian activist and leader of the Indian independence movement was killed?

6 – Who was the British prime minister from 1940 – 1945?

7 – Who got married at Westminster Abbey on the 20, November 1947?

8 – On August 6, 1945, the US dropped a five-ton bomb over which Japanese city?

9 – In which year did Japan attack Pearl Harbour?

10 – Which US president died in office in 1945?

Round 5 – True or False?

1 – World War II started in 1940 – True or False?

2 – North and South Korea divided in 1948 – True or False?

3 – Slinky toys hit shelves in the 40s – True or False?

4 – The first non-stop flight around the world happened in 1949 – True or False?

5 – Chocolate bars were invented in 1947 – True or False?

6 – Queen Elizabeth was coronated in 1948 – True or False?

7 – Football icon Pelé was born in 1940 – True or False?

8 – The Blitz was a German bombing campaign against the UK – True or False?

9 – Trampolines were invented in 1940 – True or False?

10 – A female cleaner cracked the Germans ‘Enigma code’ in 1941 – True or False?




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The Ultimate 1930s Genre Quiz

How much can you remember from the 30s? From historical events to Fashion, TV, Music and celebrities during the decade. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some nostalgic quizzing.

Round 1 – 30s Trivia

1 – What type of biscuit was invented by Ruth Graves Wakefield in 1938?

2 – Which art movement was huge in the 30s?

3 – Which two iconic superheroes were introduced in comic books in 1938 & 1939?

4 – What did Ladislo Biro invent in 1938?

5 – In 1938, whose radio adaptation of The War of the Worlds caused panic in the United States?

6 – Which Country won the 1934 FIFA World Cup?

7 – Which Country won the 1938 FIFA World Cup?

8 – Which Country hosted the 1932 Summer & Winter Olympics?

9 – Which Country hosted the 1936 Summer & Winter Olympics?

10 – Which space opera adventure comic strip launched in 1934?

Round 2 – TV, Film & Showbiz

1 – Activists hatched a plan to kill which English comedy film star on his arrival to Japan?

2 – Which actress played Dorothy Gale in the 1939 film ‘The Wizard of Oz’?

3 – Which classic Disney princess film was released in 1937?

4 – Which filmstar died age 26 during the filming of ‘Saratoga ‘ in 1937?

5 – Which 1939 Shirley Temple film was her first to be filmed in technicolour?

6 – What are Larry, Curly and Moe better known as?

7 – Which comedy duo had a signature theme song, known as ‘The Cuckoo Song’?

8 – Which Hepburn made her film debut in 1932?

9 – Which cartoon character made her debut in ‘Dizzy Dishes’ in 1930?

10 – What are Chico, Harpo, Groucho and Zeppo better known as?

Round 3 – Music

1 – Which type of guitar was invented by Paul Tutmarc in 1936?

2 – In which year were the first ever interracial groups formed?

3 – Which 30s star is considered the greatest dancer in film history?

4  – ‘If I Didn’t Care’ was a 1939 hit by which group?

5 – What was the most popular Ben Selvin song in the 30s?

6 – Which ‘What a Wonderful World’ singer played the Trumpet?

7 – Hoagy Carmichael had which US state on his mind?

8 – ‘Ten Cents a Dance was a hit by which female singer in 1930?

9 – ‘Minnie the Moocher’ was 1931 by which artist?

10 – Who regularly performed during the 1930s in RKO’s musical films with Fred Astaire?

Round 4 – Historical Events

1 – Who was elected president of the United States in 1932?

2 – World War II started in which year?

3 – The 1931 China floods were a result of which river flooding over a 500-square-mile area?

4 – What type of natural disaster took place in the USA on labour day in 1935?

5 – Which planet was discovered in 1930 and is now declared a dwarf planet?

6 – Who replaced Ramsey MacDonald as the UK prime minister in 1935?

7 – What did King Edward VIII do in December 1936?

8 – Which landmark was constructed on May 3, 1931, in New York City?

9 – Which female aviator disappeared on a circumnavigation of the world on 2 July 1937?

10 – Which landmark opened on May 27, 1937, in San Francisco, USA?

Round 5 – True or False

1 – Birdseye launched the first frozen food in 1930 – True or False?

2 – Prohibition ended in 1939 – True or False?

3 – The pop-up toaster was invented in 1932 – True or False?

4 – Al Capone’s real name is Alphonse Gabriel Capone – True or False?

5 – The Social Security Act was created in 1935 – True or False?

6 – Joe Louis was a Welterweight boxer – True or False?

7 – The BBC began broadcasting in 1936 – True or False?

8 – During the 1930s it was illegal to kiss in public – True or False?

9 – The federal minimum wage was introduced in 1930 – True or False?

10 – Iceland was the first country to legalise abortion in 1935 – True or False?




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The Ultimate True or False Quiz

The best True or False trivia questions, perfect for a zoom, home, or pub quiz. You have. 50% chance of getting each question correct, so what have you got to lose? You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some brain busting quizzing.

Round 1 – Celebrity

1 – Harry Styles has polythelia (four nipples) – True or False?

2 – Gemma Collins was adopted – True or False?

3 – Michael Jackson had a prosthesis nose – True or False?

4 – Selena Gomez collects rare crystals and has over 200 items in her collection – True or False?

5 – Tom Hanks has a collection of over 100 typewriters – True or False?

6 – Oprah Winfrey has a bath that’s shaped like her body – True or False?

7 – Dwayne Johnson once worked at Mcdonald’s – True or False?

8 – Snopp Dogg and Emma Stone we once engaged – True or False?

9 – Miley Cyrus’ real name is ‘Destiny Hope’ – True or False?

10 – Mia Farrow has alopecia and always wears a wig – True or False?

Round 2 – World

1 – The longest place name on the planet is 85 letters long – True or False?

2 – The world’s most earthquake-prone country is Japan – True or False?

3 – No countries in the world have the colour purple in their flags – True or False?

4 – Over 100 countries competed in the 2018 Winter Olympics – True or False?

5 – There are more than 24 time zones around the world – True or False?

6 – Less than 10 countries in the world still have a royal family – True or False?

7 – 39% of the world’s forests are in Canada – True or False?

8 – Mandarin is the most widely spoken language in the world – True or False?

9 – Most of the Sahara Desert is covered in gravel – True or False?

10 – 75% of the world’s trees are Fraser firs – True or False?

Round 3 – Animals

1 – The Canary Islands are named after birds – True or False?

2 – All reptiles are completely deaf – True or False?

3 – Every giant Panda around the world is property of the government of China – True or False?

4 – Seagulls are the most common bird on Earth – True or False?

5 – Mammals can’t fly – True or False?

6 – Wombats poop is cube-shaped – True or False?

7 – Cows have four stomachs – True or False?

8 – Mosquitoes kill more people than any other creature – True or False?

9 – Octopuses have eight hearts – True or False?

10 – Owls don’t have eyeballs – True or False?

Round 4 – Human Body

1 – The lungs are the body’s largest organ – True or False?

2 – Green-eyed babies are cast away as ‘devil children’ in Africa – True or False?

3 – You can catch rickets from dirty water – True or False?

4 – Human noses and ears grow, when the rest of the body’s growth has stopped – True or False?

5 – Fingernails and hair continue to grow after death – True or False?

6 – There are more than 600 muscles in the human body – True or False?

7 – Skin has up to 1000 different species of bacteria on it – True or False?

8 – The skull is the strongest bone in the body – True or False?

9 – About 60% of the human body is made up of water – True or False?

10 – Anthropophobia is the fear of people – True or False?

Round 5 – Food & Drink

1 – It is illegal to eat chocolate in Cuba – True or False?

2 – The Dragon’s Breath chili pepper is so hot it can kill a human if consumed – True or False?

3 – California is nicknamed the “Artichoke Capital of the World” – True or False?

4 – Lingonberries are poisonous to humans when uncooked – True or False?

5 – You cant buy Coca-Cola in North Korea – True or False?

6 – Honey never goes off – True or False?

7 – There is no real meat in a tin of spam – True or False?

8 – Pineapples take two years to grow – True or False?

9 – It takes seven years to digest chewing gum – True or False?

10 – There is a fish that is so poisonous that the smallest mistake in its preparation could be fatal – True or False?




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The Ultimate Funny Quiz Questions

Tickle your funny bones with this funny quiz. From comedy shows, comedians, and fun facts to jokes and funny mishaps, you’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some hilarious quizzing.

Round 1 – Celebrity Mishaps

1 – What color are black boxes on airplanes?

2 – Which singer jumped into a giant pink cake at the end of her MTV Latin America Awards performance?

3 – There’s a town in Canada called ‘Dildo’ – True or False?

4 – In which comedy sketch show would you hear the line “Yeah-but-no!”?

5 – Which theologian claimed he could “drive away the devil with a fart?”

6 – Which comedian is known for roasting celebrities whilst presenting awards ceremonies?

7 – What was Walt Disney afraid of?

8 – What is the name for the fear of being laughed at?

9 – There’s a town in Poland called ‘Suckatit’ – True or False?

10 – Who was the first ever host of the British Comedy Awards?

Round 2

1 – What is the correct name for the funny bone?

2 – Which comedy actor poured ashes from an urn whilst walking down the red carpet?

3 – Which part of the duck is used in the dish ‘Bombay Duck’?

4 – Svangerskabsforebyggendemiddel is the swdish word for condom – True or False?

5 – What do you call cheese that doesn’t belong to you?

6 – There’s a village in Wales called ‘Biga Vag’ – True or False?

7 – What’s orange and sounds like a parrot?

8 – Which singer once wore an outfit that was made entirely from raw meat?

9 – In which comedy TV show would you hear the line “My Arse!”?

10 – There’s a town in India called ‘Cumbum’ – True or False?

Round 3

1 – In which comedy sketch show would you hear the line “Suit you Sir!”?

2 – Which supermodel took a tumble on the catwalk in 30.5cm platforms in 1993?

3 – Who isn’t allowed in the zoo’s quiz team?

4 – What word is spelled wrong in every single dictionary?

5 – There’s a street in England called ‘Slack Bottom’ – True or False?

6 – Which dog like animals are said to laugh?

7 – You Can’t Tickle Yourself – True or False?

8 – Which star was pelted with a flour bomb by a PETA activist for wearing fur in 2021?

9 – What do you call a female clown?

10 – There’s a town in France called ‘Pussay Stank’ – True or False?

Round 4

1 – Ed Sheeran once sharted during a performance – True or False?

2 – There’s a nature reserve in New Zealand called ‘Shag Point’ – True or False?

3 – Who died during an onstage comedy routine in 1984?

4 – Which actress tripped up the steps whilst collecting her award at the 2013 Emmy Awards?

5 – In which comedy TV show would you hear the line “I shall say this only once…”?

6 – Which member of the Black Eyed peas once urinated themselves on stage?

7 – There’s a Street in England called ‘Bitch Street’ – True or False?

8 – Where do superheroes go shopping?

9 – Which 4-letter word ending in “K” means the same as intercourse?

10 – Pteronophobia is the fear of what?

Round 5

1 – In which comedy TV show would you hear the line “You dirty old man.”?

2 – There’s a Street in England called ‘Cockshoot Close’ – True or False?

3 – Tickling was used as a method of torture by the ancient Romans – True or False?

4 – What is coulrophobia the fear of?

5 – Al Roker pooped his pants at which famous American building?

6 – Which fashion designer got entangled in the train of Rihanna’s dress during a 2014 Red Carpet event?

7 – Jay-Z once sharted during a performance – True or False?

8 – Which comedian had the catchphrase “Just like that”?

9 – There’s a town in Germany called ‘Spunk’ – True or False?

10 – Which rapper split his pants during a performance on Saturday Night Live?




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Take the Ultimate Pub Quiz

This ultimate pub quiz has 100 questions and answers on Food & Drink, TV & film, Sports, Celebrities, and more. You’ll find 100 questions divided into 4 rounds, so gather your drinking buddies for some fun, free quizzing.

Round 1 – Food & Drink

1 – Doritos are produced by Frito-Lay – True or False?

2 – Which vegetable is one of the emblems of Wales?

3 – Which spice is commonly added to apple pie and rice pudding?

4 – What is the World’s hottest chilli?

5 – Which berry gives gin its distinctive flavour?

6 – What is the name of the UK delicacy that is made with pig’s blood?

7 – What type of beans are used to make baked beans?

8 – What type of nuts are traditionally used in Pesto?

9 – Which fish, when consumed, can kill a human if not prepared properly?

10 – What cheese is served on a Cesar salad?

11 – What sauce is used to top off eggs benedict?

12 – On which type of flowers do vanilla pods grow?

13 – KFC opened its doors in the UK before McDonald’s – True or False?

14 – Which animal’s milk is used in Roquefort cheese?

15 – The Americans call it ‘Cilantro’ but what is it known as in the UK?

16 – To be classed as Mutton, how old must the sheep be – 2, 4 or 5 years?

17 – Which condiment is traditionally served with beef?

18 – ‘Portobello’ and ‘Shiitake’ are all types of what?

19 – Authentic Caviar is obtained from which fish?

20 – What is the main ingredient in Laverbread?

21 – From which country does the Massaman curry originate?

22 – Which vegetable was the first to be grown in space?

23 – What expensive food item do pigs hunt for in the ground?

24 – What is the main ingredient in Falafel?

25 – What is the name given to the edible, salt-tolerant plants that tend to be associated with water bodies?

Round 2 – TV & Film

1- Elisabeth Moss stars as Offred in which draconian TV series?

2 – Who created the television series ‘The Simpsons’?

3 – What was the name of the comic Duo in ‘Absolutely Fabulous’?

4 – Which actress played Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter films?

5 – In which TV series would you find ‘The Mother of Dragons’?

6 – The film ‘Twin Town’ was based in which Welsh (Pretty Shitty) City?

7 –  In which year did US sitcom ‘Friends’ first air in the UK – 1993, 1994 or 1995?

8 – What is the name of Batman’s faithful butler?

9 – Which film features a ship called ‘the black pearl’?

10 – Who played the vicar in ‘The Vicar of Dibley’?

11 – Which actress plays ‘Black Widow’ in the marvel films?

12 – Which 1960 film was the TV series ‘Bates Motel’ based on?

13 – Which comedian/actor plays ‘Akeem Joffer’ the crown prince of the fictional African nation of Zamunda?

14 – In which film would you hear the iconic line ‘You’re gonna need a bigger boat’?

15 – Better call Saul is a spin-off of which popular TV series?

16 – Which Israeli actress plays Diana in the new DC ‘Wonder Woman’ films?

17 – What was the first animated Disney movie ever made?

18 – What is the oldest soap opera on UK TV?

19 -The time warp is a song/dance that features in which iconic film?

20 – In which TV series would you find the supervillain ‘Negan’?

21 – Name the Netflix American science-fiction/Horror TV Series that is based in the 1980s, in Hawkins, Indiana?

22 – Who wrote and starred in the film ‘From Dusk till dawn’?

23 – In which film would you hear the iconic line ‘You can’t handle the truth!’?

24 – Which actor plays ‘Franklin Finbar’ in the Jumanji remakes?

25 – Which TV series features the Shelby family?

Round 3 – Music

1 – Which British singer recorded the song ‘Son of a Preacher Man’ in 1968?

2 – Which 1960s Mowtown band was originally called ‘The Primettes’?

3 – Who was the vocalist for the band ‘guns n’ roses’?

4 – What does the abbreviation MOBO stand for in ‘The MOBO Awards’?

5 – Who is the lead singer of bands ‘Gorillaz’ and ‘Blur’?

6 – In which heavy metal band was Ozzy Osbourne the lead singer?

7 – “Magic Dance” is a song written and recorded by who for the 1986 Jim Henson film Labyrinth?

8 – Which UK pop group won the Eurovision song contest in 1981?

9 – What was Elvis’s first number one hit?

10 – Which song was ‘The Eurythmics’ only UK number one?

11 – Who sang lead vocals in the 1980s band ‘Culture Club’?

12 – Which song has the opening lyric “Hello darkness, my old friend”?

13 – Who sang the 2008 hit ‘If I Were a Boy’?

14 – Which British UK garage and hip hop collective sang ’21 Seconds’?

15 – Who wrote the song ‘I Will Always Love You’?

16 – Who was the lead singer of the rock band Oasis from 1991 to 2009?

17 – Who had a 2020 hit with the song ‘Dance Monkey’?

18 – Which song has the opening lyric “Tonight, I’m gonna have myself a real good time”?

19 – As of 2021, who holds the most Grammy awards?

20 – Who had a 2021 hit with the song ‘Up’?

21 – Which record-breaking Bryan Adams song topped the UK singles charts for 16 consecutive weeks in 1991?

22 – Which rapper was shot and killed in Los Angeles in 1997?

23 – What is the real name of the rapper known professionally as Eminem?

24 – Which song has the opening lyric “At first I was afraid, I was petrified”?

25 – What award is presented by the Recording Academy to recognize achievement in the music industry?

Round 4 – Celebrities

1 – What is the name of Elton John’s husband?

2 – Which famous couple got married after in the I’m a Celebrity jungle in 2004?

3 – What unusual name did Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin give to their first born daughter?

4 – What is the stage name of ‘Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta’?

5 – Which actor was named after the artist Leonardo da Vinci?

6 – What is the name of the world’s highest-paid child YouTube star?

7 – Who won the first ever series of love island?

8 – Which actor did Blake Lively marry in 2002?

9 – Which actor voices Maui in the animated Disney film Moana?

10 – Who is Miley Cyrus’s famous father?

11 – Which Gogglebox star went on to win I’m a Celebrity in 2016?

12 – Which actress won an Academy Award for her performance in the film ‘Erin Brockovich’?

13 – In the Marvel films, which actor plays Captain America as of 2021?

14 – Taylor Swift grew up on a Christmas tree farm – True or False?

15 – Who is Kate Hudson’s famous mother?

16 – Which Hollywood actor was sentenced to 3 years in prison in 2009 for Tax Evasion?

17 – Which famous funny man voices Marty the zebra in the animated film ‘Madagascar’?

18 – What is the name of Will Smith’s actress wife?

19 – What comedian famously posed with a fake head of Donald Trump?

20 – Who was the oldest female member of the cast of “Friends”?

21 – Which actor/comedian co-created, co-wrote, and starred in the British television mockumentary sitcom ‘The Office’?

22 – Winona Ryder was once caught shoplifting – True or False?

23 – On which island nation was singer Rihanna born?

24 – Who was Brad Pitt’s first wife?

25 – Who is Liza Minnelli’s famous mother?



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The Ultimate General Knowledge Quiz

Gather your friends and family and take part in our general knowledge quiz and see who will be crowned the winner! Thanks to our ‘click to reveal’ answers, even the quiz host can join in.

Round 1

1 – What name refers to a boot, a football team, and a female?

2 – What three ingredients are typically used to make pancake batter?

3 – What is a baby Goat called?

4 – What was the name of Miley Cyrus’s Disney character?

5 – Where was William Shakespeare born?

6 – What river runs through Paris?

7 – In Harry Potter, what animal represents Hufflepuff house?

8 – What university did Stephen Hawking go to?

9 – Which activist wrote ‘No One Is Too Small To Make A Difference’?

10 – What did Orlando Bloom and Katy Perry name their first child?

11 – In the popular TV series, Gavin & Stacey, how many times had Stacey been engaged before Gavin?

12 – How many valves does the heart have?

13 – What year was Marmite invented – 1899, 1902 or 1929?

14 – What year was the Blackpool tower devastated by a fire – 1897, 1900 or 1901?

15 – What date was the first UK lockdown announced?

16 – Which energy and sports drink was invented in Newcastle by chemist William Owen?

17 – Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, started his business in what room?

18 – Including Donald Trump, how many US Presidents have been impeached as of 2022?

19 – Which home furnishing retailer closed all of its stores for good in April 2020?

20 – Who became the nation’s PE teacher during lockdown?

21 – Name the pair that made up Strictly’s first ever same-sex couple?

22 – Which social media app did Donald Trump try to block in the US?

23 – Which TV quiz show returned in 2020 with Gino D’Acampo as a presenter?

24 – Which channel did Taskmaster leave Dave for in 2020?

25 – What car brand makes the model ‘Duster’?

Round 2

1- The song ‘Maniac’ comes back from what movie?

2 – What’s the biggest animal in the world?

3 – How many times has Andy Murray won Wimbledon playing singles as of 2022?

4 – What country is Brie cheese originally from?

5 – What is the capital of Iceland?

6 – The song ‘When you wish upon a star’ comes from what movie?

7 – Which planet is closest to the sun?

8 – Which artist painted the Mona Lisa?

9 – Which actor plays Del Boy Trotter in Only Fools and Horses?

10 – Who is the most followed TikTok star at the time of writing (February 2021)?

11 – Which city held the first ever fashion week?

12 – What type of nut is in the center of a Ferrero Rocher

13 – What is a baby rabbit called?

14 – Where in England would you find the theme park ‘Pleasure Beach’?

15 – How many minutes in a game of rugby league?

16 – What month was Prince George born?

17 – Who plays Emily in the hit Netflix series ‘Emily in Paris’?

18 – Which rapper’s real name is Dylan Kwabena Mills?

19 – Who is the manager of the England football team as of 2020?

20 – What was the most streamed show on Netflix in 2020?

21 – How many gold medals does Sir Mo Farrah have?

22 – How many Elements are in the periodic table?

23 – What is the Papaver rhoeas flower better known as?

24 – What is the highest mountain in Britain?

25 – What is the smallest country in the world?

Round 3

1 – How many teeth does an adult human have?

2 – What weight was the heaviest newborn baby in the world?

3 – How many eggs does the average chicken lay per year – 160, 260 or 360?

4 – What is a group of lions called?

5 – Is the sun a star or a planet?

6 – How many legs does a lobster have?

7 – Which is the only venomous snake native to the UK?

8 – What colour is a giraffe’s tongue?

9 – What is the proper term for your funny bone?

10 – Which bird can fly backwards?

11 – Who was the only British Prime Minister to be assassinated?

12 – In which year was the Premier League founded?

13 – Who was Henry VIIIs, last wife?

14 – What is the longest river in the world?

15 – In what year was the popular computer game Minecraft released?

16 – How many people have walked on the moon?

17 – The Stadium of Light is home to which football team?

18 – In what year was the Chernobyl disaster?

19 – How old do you have to be to stand for US president?

20 – What is the largest bird of prey in the world?

21 – What animal alive today is even bigger than a dinosaur?

22 – In which sport would you use a shuttlecock?

23 – What is the capital of Hawaii?

24 – Enchiladas originated in which country?

25 – In Dirty Dancing, what is Baby’s first name?

Round 4

1 – In which English seaside town was ‘Fawlty Towers’ set?

2 – Name the slowest animal in the world.

3 – What are the names of Harry Potters’s parents?

4 – Catalonia is a region of what country?

5 – Who wrote Oliver Twist?

6 – What do you call a pack of jellyfish?

7 – Where are the 2028 Olympics going to be held?

8 – Who discovered Penicillin?

9 – The UK driving laws say drivers MUST stop at a zebra crossing for waiting pedestrians – True or False?

10 – What colour is most of the toilet paper in France?

11 – How many keys does a classic piano have?

12 – What was the brand Nike originally called?

13 – How many countries of the world begin with the letter Z?

14 – What do the letters DC stand for in the United State’s capital Washington D.C.?

15 – In 1990 who created the World Wide Web?

16 – What is the name of Usain Bolt’s daughter?

17 – What type of pasta translates into English as ‘little worms’?

18 – Which is the largest bone in the human body?

19 – If you fill a glass to the brim with ice water and the ice melts, what will happen?

20 – What is a female deer called?

21 – In what year did Instagram launch – 2008, 2010 or 2012?

22 – The 1st King of England made a law that everyone had to be in bed by 8pm – True or False?

23 – Which city in the entire world was the first to have an underground Subway system?

24 – Where in the world was golf invented?

25 – The world’s first driving ticket was given in Kent in 1896 as the driver was going over the 2mph speeding limit. How fast was the driver going?




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