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➤ Daily Quiz August. Won by Anonymous.
Question: 1: 115 years ago today saw the start of an 8-day boys' camping event on an island in Dorset. Which one of these is not the name of one of the four patrols that the boys were divided into ?
Answer: Owls
Question: 2: The winner of the Golden Boot in the UEFA Women's Euro 2022 tournament was born near which Yorkshire seaside town ?
Answer: Whitby
Question: 3: Which of these cartoon characters did the man pictured above not provide the voice for ?
Answer: Benny the Ball in Top Cat
Question: 4: Where was a calf born 11 days ago with a height of 170 cm ?
Answer: Belfast
Question: 5: The daughter of the Maître d'hôtel in the programme pictured above has just won a Commonwealth Games gold medal in which event ?
Answer: Diving
Question: 6: 96 years ago today the first lady swam across the English Channel. When she came ashore in Kent what did the British immigration officer who greeted her request from her ?
Answer: Her passport
Question: 7: According to the latest announcements from the BBC which one of these celebrities is not due to take part in this year's Strictly Come Dancing ?
Answer: Clive Myrie
Question: 8: The lady pictured above has sadly died aged 79. What was the name of the record that she performed with her fellow band-members at the closing ceremony of the 2000 Paralympics while she was sitting in a wheelchair ?
Answer: The Carnival Is Over
Question: 9: During last night's Commonwealth Games closing ceremony Goldie and Beverley Knight wore clothes representing which football team ?
Answer: Wolverhampton
Question: 10: For which TV game show did Graham Berry win a BAFTA in 1985 for best video cameraman ?
Answer: Treasure Hunt
Question: 11: The man pictured above was born a century plus two days ago. He once referred to a town's inhabitants as morons and suggested that the town should be bombed. In which county is the town that he was referring to ?
Answer: Shropshire
Question: 12: What was the nickname given to the discovery near Faith 32 years ago today ?
Answer: Sue
Question: 13: Thanks to the GSPCA Charlie has recently been reunited with his owner. In what year did he go missing ?
Answer: 2015
Question: 14: Which of these cities is not on the shortlist of seven to host next year's Eurovision Song contest ?
Answer: Edinburgh
Question: 15: If the Fly saw Cock Robin die who will carry the coffin ?
Answer: Kite
Question: 16: In a deadly air race from California to Hawaii that took place 95 years ago today how many aircraft successfully arrived in Hawaii ?
Answer: Two
Question: 17: Last night Emma Raducanu defeated Serena Williams 6-4 6-0 in Cincinnati. In her illustrious career which of these tournaments did Serena Williams win while she was pregnant ?
Answer: Australian Open
Question: 18: NASA are aiming to launch a mission to the moon in 2025 which will see the first woman set foot on the moon. The mission is part of a space program that is named after a goddess in Greek mythology. What was the name of the mother of this goddess ?
Answer: Leto
Question: 19: What is the nickname of the crater off the coast of West Africa which scientists believe may have contributed to the extinction of the dinosaurs ?
Answer: Nadir
Question: 20: 164 years ago today the man pictured above first published his theory of evolution through natural selection. If you wanted to visit his former home in Kent today which opens at 10.00am how much would it cost for a family of 2 adults and up to 3 children without a donation ?
Answer: £41.60
Question: 21: If Flanagan won it in 1962 and Pele won it in 1975 when did Bluebird win it ?
Answer: 1997 (Horses who won Hickstead Derby)
Question: 22: In a recent wedding ceremony in Georgia of the couple known as Bennifer what coloured clothes were the guests told to wear ?
Answer: White
Question: 23: Which of these jokes was voted this year's Edinburgh Fringe funniest joke ?
Answer: I tried to steal spaghetti from the shop but the female guard saw me and I couldn't get pasta
Question: 24: The statue pictured above is that of a 17th century Puritan church leader who was born in Shropshire. What is the name of the river that runs within 200m of the statue ?
Answer: River Stour
Question: 25: 187 years ago today an article announcing the discovery of life and civilization on the Moon was published in which American newspaper ?
Answer: The Sun
Question: 26: The title of the song by Britney Spears and Elton John released today is the same as the title of a song which was which country's entry at this year's Eurovison Song Contest ?
Answer: Sweden
Question: 27: What is the name of the English pub that was visited earlier this week for a meal and a meeting by one of the stars of the film pictured ?
Answer: Fox and Hounds
Question: 28: In the children's TV series pictured above what do the initials H.R. stand for ?
Answer: Royal Highness (backwards)
Question: 29: Where was the above picture taken ?
Answer: Texas
Question: 30: Which one of these places is not recognised as a city by the UK Government ?
Answer: St Helier in Jersey
Question: 31: How much did a buyer from Cheshire recently pay for a car with the registration plate C462 FHK ?
Answer: £650000

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