Quiz Number 89

Published: Tuesday 2nd June 2015
  1. According to Norse legend, who was the youngest son of Odin?
  2. After whom is the town of Alice Springs in Australia named?
  3. In the Bible, who is the father of Moses and Aaron?
  4. In which UK city was the first Arndale Centre opened in 1967?
  5. Which songs containing "TV or Television" in their title were UK top 20 hits for the following artists, [a] Funeral for a Friend (2003), [b] The Stylistics (1975), [c] A-Ha (1985), [d] Blur (1999) and [e] Lyte Funkie Ones (2000)?
  6. By what nickname did murderer John George Haigh gain notoriety?
  7. In which year did the first NFL Superbowl take place?
  8. Which single provided Alvin Stardust with his first UK number one in 1974?
  9. What was the name of the character played by Honor Blackman in the cult TV classic "The Avengers"?
  10. Name the SEVEN English cities whose name begins with "C".
  11. What was the title of the first novel in Terry Prachett's Discworld series?
  12. Which month is celebrated as National Ice Cream month in the USA?
  13. What were the names of the FIVE original members of Brit-Pop group Oasis?
  14. With which country did Scotland go to war in the 13th Century over ownership of the Hebrides?
  15. Which movie in 1955 won the first ever Palme D'Or at the Cannes Film Festival?
  16. Which acid makes green apples taste sour?
  17. Which US State contains the four largest (by area) US National Parks?
  18. What was the name of the drummer in Dr Teeth & the Electric Mayhem, the fictional band from The Muppet Show?
  19. As at 2015 which FOUR British golfers have won the post-war US Open?
  20. Who in 1969 became the first winner of the Booker Prize with his novel "Something to Answer For"?
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