Published: Monday 29th June 2020A free general knowledge for those who enjoy a more challenging quiz.
How many people held the office of British Prime Minister in the 20th Century?
According to the Bible in which river was Christ baptised?
What name did the Romans give to Ireland?
Who in 1998 founded internet giant Google with Larry Page?
Which songs with "Devil" in the title were UK top twenty hits for the following artists,[a] The Stereophonics (2005), [b] Cliff Richard (1976), [c] Jesus Jones (1993), [d] Neil Sedaka (1961) and [e] Sonia (1993)?
Who wrote the novel "Catch 22"?
What was the name of the Greenpeace ship that was sunk in Auckland in 1985?
Who was the original presenter of TV's "The Crystal Maze"?
Which is the only US State that only borders one other?
In the Popeye comic strip, who was Olive Oyl's brother?
What four train stations feature on the standard UK version of Monopoly?
Which two letters have a scoring value of 8 points in a game of Scrabble?
In which movie of 1956 did Elvis Presley make his acting debut?
Which is the fastest running bird, that is native to the UK?
Who attended the tea party in "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" alongside Alice?
The ancient city of Byzantium could be found in which modern day country?
What were the names of the three original members of pop group The Police?
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