Quiz Number 113

Published: Thursday 3rd November 2016
  1. With a population of over 1Million, which is the largest of the US State Capitals?
  2. Known as the first celebrity chef, who is the youngest chef ever to be awarded three Michelin stars?
  3. Who in 1668 became the first English Poet Laureate?
  4. What was the name of the character played by Martin Freeman in TV's "The Office"?
  5. What songs with "Tears" in the title were UK top ten hits for the following artists, [a] Marianne Faithfull (1964), [b] Bitty McLean (1993), [c] Donna Summer & Barbara Striesand (1979), [d] Kylie Minougue (1990) and [e] Smokey Robinson & the Miracles (1970)?
  6. Of which African nation is Kigali the capital?
  7. How many points are awarded for "A Safety" in American Football?
  8. As at November 2016 who have been the five hosts of TV's "Countdown"?
  9. In which decade was the Panama Canal opened?
  10. With which three counties do you associate The Three Counties Show and the Three Choirs Festival?
  11. Which river flows through the city of Leicester?
  12. What are the Norse equivalent of Adam and Eve, the first people on Earth?
  13. What do the following sporting abbreviations represent, [a] UFC, [b] NBA, [c] IOC, [d] DRS (Cricket) and [e] DRS (Motor Racing)?
  14. Who is the only US President who has served two non-consecutive terms?
  15. What name is given to a person who studies place names?
  16. Who played the roles of Crockett and Tubbs in the 2006 movie of "Miami Vice"?
  17. Which SEVEN English Kings feature as Shakespeare title characters?
  18. On which British Motorway would you find Clackett's Lane and Cobham services?
  19. Who were the three members of the Jimi Hendrix Experience?
  20. Which Alpine ski resort hosted the first Winter Olympics in 1924?
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