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Questions in the free mixed bag quiz are as follows;


Round 1

  1. How was the fictional hero Roy Race better known?
  2.  What do Lord Rayleigh, Sir William Ramsay, Sir Ronald Ross, Rudyard Kipling, Sir William Cremer and Sir John Hicks have in common?
  3.  Where would you find two sides called the reverse and the obverse?
  4.  Which B.B.C. presenter and quiz show host received the Enigma decoding machine in the post in the year 2000?
  5.  What name is applied to the order of mammals that include Bandicoots, Kangaroos, Koalas, Opossums and Wombats?
  6.  What is the connection between Red Stripe, Schweppes, Nissan, Benson & Hedges, Shell, Nat West Bank, Gillette and Prudential Assurance?
  7.  In which country was Florence Nightingale born?
  8.  Near which European capital city was the battle of Waterloo fought?
  9.  Which artist painted the picture Sunflowers?
  10.  Of which African country did the reverend Canaan Banana become president in 1980?
  1. ‘Roy of the Rovers’
  2. Nobel Prize Winners (First British winners in each category)
  3. On a coin
  4. Jeremy Paxman
  5. Marsupials
  6. Cricket Sponsors
  7. Italy
  8. Brussels
  9. Vincent Van Gogh
  10. Zimbabwe

Round 2

  1. What is the only Australian state that has a name comprising of three words?
  2.  On which planet was Superman born?
  3.  Which monarch founded the Church of England?
  4.  Which actress duetted with Robbie Williams on the hit single Somethin’ Stupid?
  5.  Which acid gives vinegar its bitter taste?
  6.  In which country do Benfica F.C. play their home matches?
  7.  What is the chemical symbol of ice?
  8.  In Germany, what is the U-Bahn?
  9.  In which ocean did the Titanic sink in 1912?
  10.  What is the hardest substance in the human body?
  1. New South Wales
  2. Krypton
  3. Henry VIII
  4. Nicole Kidman
  5. Acetic acid
  6. Portugal
  7. H2O
  8. Underground Railway
  9. Atlantic Ocean
  10. Tooth Enamel

Round 3

  1. In 1993, who shared the Nobel Peace Prize with F.W. DeKlerk?
  2. In which sport do contestants try to place stones in a house?
  3. What was the real first name of the parliamentary election candidate and singer ‘Screaming’ Lord Sutch?
  4. According to the advertising campaign, in what 3 places or circumstances beginning with the letter ‘A’ could Martini be drunk?
  5. What has more corners, a British 50 pence piece or a twenty pence piece?
  6. Which acid has the chemical formula H2SO4?
  7. Who was Deputy Prime Minister of Iraq from 1979 to 2003?
  8. Who would be murdered in an uxoricide? (Pronounced Ux-Or-Is-Side)
  9. In which TV comedy did Annette Crosbie play the long-suffering Margaret?
  10. Up to 1949, which country was known as “Siam”?
  1. Nelson Mandela
  2. Curling
  3. David
  4. “Anytime, Any Place, Anywhere”
  5. The same (7 each)
  6. Sulphuric Acid
  7. Tariq Aziz
  8. A Wife
  9. One Foot In The Grave
  10. Thailand

Round 4

  1. What is the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo?
  2. What type of Love took Donny Osmond to the top of the U.K. singles chart on 25th August 1973?
  3. In which sea would you find the islands of Rhodes, Samos and Kos?
  4. What is the official language of Peru?
  5. Which land animal has the longest pregnancy?
  6. In Stephen King’s horror television series and book entitled It, what kind of entertainer was the killer?
  7. What is the postcode of Wimbledon?
  8. In biology, what ‘C’ is any one of a group of genetically identical individuals?
  9. Which former English heavyweight boxer died on 1st May 2011, two days before his 77th birthday?
  10. Mecca and which other location in Saudi Arabia are the two most holy places for Muslims?
  1. Kinshasa
  2. Young (He had a number one with Puppy Love in 1972)
  3. Aegean Sea
  4. Spanish
  5. Elephant
  6. A Clown
  7. SW19
  8. Clone
  9. Henry Cooper
  10. Medina

Round 5 

  1. “In my imagination there is no hesitation I think about you all the time” is from which song?
  2. The Spanish islands, Ibiza, Mallorca and Menorca are collectively known as what?
  3. Who did the Republic of Ireland lose to in a play-off match to make the finals of the 2010 football World Cup?
  4. Which actor played David in the film Wargames, the story of a young man who found a back door into a military central computer?
  5. Which ZZ (Pronounced Zee Zee) Top song from 1983 featured the lyrics, “Top coat, top hat, and I don’t worry ’cause my wallet’s fat”?
  6. In early 2007, which actress confirmed her split from Justin Timberlake?
  7. Which king ruled the United Kingdom between 1936 and 1952?
  8. In which U.S. state was John F. Kennedy assassinated?
  9. Which novel by John Steinbeck shares its name with a U.K. hit for Big Country?
  10. Which bird might MILAN FOG be?
  1. I Should Be So Lucky (Kylie Minogue)
  2. The Balearics
  3. France
  4. Matthew Broderick
  5. Sharp Dressed Man
  6. Cameron Diaz
  7. George VI
  8. Texas
  9. East of Eden
  10. Flamingo