Published: Saturday 24th August 2019A free general knowledge quiz for those who don't like their quizzes too difficult.
Tasmania is separated from mainland Australia by which stretch of water?Bass Stait.
When is the Blue Peter flag generally flown on a ship?When it leaves harbour
With 26 titles, who has been the British Racing Champion Jockey on most occassions?Sir Gordon Richards.
By what name are the Sandwich Islands now known?Hawaii
Who was Prime Minister of the UK when India gained independence?Clement Attlee.
Which animal lives in a drey?Squirrel.
Which is the most westerly city in Australia?Perth
Which animal is used as the symbol for the Republican Party in the USA?Elephant.
Who played guitar in the rock band Led Zeppelin?Jimmy Page.
Which branch of science is described as "the scientific study of substances"?Chemistry.
Which cartoon character had a dog named Gnasher?Dennis the Menace.
Which British seaside town sits at the end of the M55 motorway?Blackpool.
Which sign of the zodiac is represented by a pair of scales?Libra.
Which is the smallest bat native to Britain?Pipistrelle.
In which Italian city would you find La Scala opera house?Milan.
Which children's story features a fairy called Tinkerbell?Peter Pan.
Which US city was the first to host a Summer Olympic games?St. Louis (1904).
What building is pictured on a bottle of HP sauce?The Houses of Parliament.
Who wrote "The Jungle Book"?Rudyard Kipling.
What is the base number in the Binary system?Two.
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