Published: Thursday 13th June 2019A free quiz for those who like something more challenging.
Who is credited with writing thirteen books of the New Testament?
From which country does Blue Mountain Coffee originate?
According to Norse mythology who carried the bodies of dead warriors to Valhalla?
McKinley Morganfield is the real name of which blues singer/songwriter?
Which songs with "Life" in the title were UK top five hits for the following artists, [a] The Crusaders (1979), [b] Cleopatra (1998), [c] Girls Aloud (2003), [d] Stevie Wonder (1968) and [e] Madonna (2003)?
What was Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie's birth name?
Scientifically what does the term Anhydrous mean?
Who was England's manager at the 1982 FIFA World Cup finals?
Who played the role of "The Emcee" in the 1972 movie "Cabaret"?
Who is the only poet to have won four Pulitzer Prizes?
What percentage of gold is there in a 22 carat piece?
In which year was the Grand National declared void after two false starts?
In medical terms, what do the letters BUPA represent?
Of which European nation are the following the capitals, [a] Vilnius, [b] Bratislava, [c] Vaduz, [d] Tallinn and [e] Ljubljana?
Who in 1969, succeeded Charles De Gaulle as President of France?
Now generally used to describe Russian business men, what is the real meaning of Oligarchy?
Named after a 19th Century Swedish scientist, which unit is used to measure the wavelength of light?
Opened in 1959, which was the UK's first motorway service area?
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