Quiz Number #101
True or false
Theatre: The comedy-drama “The Steamie” was written by Tony Roper (Jamesie Cotter).
Antony Worrall Thompson was born in Liverpool.
Of the 10 longest bridges in the world, 9 are in China.
The collective noun for a group of frogs is an “Army”.
The island of Malta is in the Mediterranean.
Which GE of 1997 marked a turning point after an 18 year term?
Which TB is a famous Newcastle landmark spanning the river?
Which LP was a jockey jailed for 3 years in 1987?
If Thumper lived in captivity, he may have lived in which RH?
Which EG is an annual Spanish Lottery, the biggest in the world?
A Bridge Too Far
The Witches of Eastwick
Sport – Football
Carlos Tevez – Argentina
Robert Vittek – Slovakia
Thomas Mueller – Germany
Wesley Sneijder – Netherlands
Luis Suarez – Uruguay
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
What do Fisher Price produce?
Before the fall of the wall, what was the capital of East Germany?
East Berlin <
The title of the Patrick Swayze film ” Point Break” refers to a term relating to which sport?
Which ITV region covers the town of Blackpool?
Who played Pat Butcher in Eastenders?
Pam St. Clement <
Which one of these was not born in Scotland?
J. K. Rowling <
World War 1 started in which year?
Who is currently the Secretary of State for Scotland in the UK coalition government?
Michael Moore <
In which year did Elvis Presley die?
Whatis the capital of the Australian state of Queensland?
In which film does Brad Pitt play the role of Rusty Ryan?
Ocean’s Eleven <
Which company make Maltesers?
The Indian city of Mumbai was formerly known as what?
Who wrote the Tintin adventures?
Georges Prosper Remi <
Pierre van Hooijdonk
Which of these historical figures demanded to be painted “Warts and All”?
Oliver Cromwell <