Quiz Number 59

Published: Monday 18th February 2013
  1. In which year were women priests first ordained into the Church of England?
  2. Who was the last Tudor monarch of England?
  3. Stilton cheese is only allowed to be produced in which THREE English counties?
  4. How many "Zeros" are represented by the prefix "TERA-"?
  5. What songs containing the word "RIVER(S)" were UK top ten hits for the following artists, [a] Boney M (1978), [b] Danny Williams (1961), [c] Simple Minds (1995), [d] Ken Dodd (1965) and [e] Justin Timberlake (2003)
  6. By what name is a rabbit's tail known?
  7. Which planet has a longer day than it has a year?
  8. Who succeeded Ted Hughes as British Poet Laureate?
  9. Which is the only mammal that lives as a parasite?
  10. Which FIVE countries share a land border with AZERBAIJAN?
  11. What grain is used to make malt whisky?
  12. What are the State capitals of the following US States, [a] Maine, [b] Idaho, [c] Michigan, [d] California and [e] New Jersey
  13. Which country will host the Cricket World Cup in 2015?
  14. What was the name of the magazine company that featured in TV's "Ugly Betty"?
  15. Who was the first boxer to defeat Sugar Ray Leonard in a professional fight?
  16. What are the SIX murder weapons featured in the board game "Cluedo"?
  17. Which actor played the part of Old Mother Riley in seventeen films between 1936 and 1952?
  18. Who was the lead singer of British sixties band "The Yardbirds"?
  19. What are the SIX inert or Noble gases?
  20. Balloon, Tulip, Flute and Chimney are all examples of what?
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