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➤ Daily Quiz April. Won by Eno.
Question: 1: In 1989 during which TV programme did a fight apparently break out live in the studio only for it be revealed later as an April Fool prank ?
Answer: Grandstand
Question: 2: Which team will England play on the opening day of the 2022 football World Cup ?
Answer: Iran
Question: 3: Two Giant Galapagos tortoises have been recently born at a British zoo for the first time. What is the name of their mother ?
Answer: Charlie
Question: 4: What was the name of the postmistress's puppy in the TV series pictured above ?
Answer: Packet
Question: 5: Actress June Brown, who played Dot Cotton in Eastenders, has sadly died aged 95. Which one of these films did she not appear in ?
Answer: The Long Good Friday
Question: 6: Who owned the horse that was ridden by the author of the novel pictured above and which was leading the Grand National until an incident just 40 yards from the finishing post ?
Answer: Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother
Question: 7: What is the name of the coffee house located at the longest canal tunnel in the UK ?
Answer: The Watersedge
Question: 8: In which American state have scientists found a fossil of a dinosaur believed to have been killed on the day an asteroid struck the Earth 66 million years ago ?
Answer: North Dakota
Question: 9: The winning horse in the 1967 Grand National was an outsider with odds of 100/1. What was the horse named after ?
Answer: A Scottish mountain
Question: 10: What is the profession of the jockey who rode yesterday's 50-1 Grand National winner ?
Answer: Dentist
Question: 11: David McKee, the creator of Mr Benn, has sadly died aged 87. Which of these is not one of the titles of an episode of Mr Benn shown on TV ?
Answer: Explorer
Question: 12: Which former Coronation Street character was played by an actor who made the gruesome discovery of the body of a victim of the Yorkshire Ripper ?
Answer: Les Battersby
Question: 13: At the end of last month the man pictured above visited a Wetherspoon pub in which town ?
Answer: Dereham
Question: 14: If it was Bristol in 1999, Liverpool in 2004, Derby in 2010 and Blackburn in 2014 where was it in 2017 ?
Answer: Leicester (where Maundy money was given out)
Question: 15: Which character in the sitcom pictured above was played by an actor who also appeared in the 1977 TV drama serial Jesus of Nazareth ?
Answer: Young Mr Grace
Question: 16: 110 years ago today the lady pictured above became the first woman to fly across the English Channel. What time did she take off from Dover ?
Answer: 5.30am
Question: 17: Which one of these actors did not appear in the film pictured above ?
Answer: Peter Ustinov
Question: 18: What is the first name of the 12 year old boy (whose father directed four episodes of Doctor Who) who has raised over £200,000 for the Ukraine Save The Children appeal through his woodwork skills ?
Answer: Gabriel
Question: 19: The first TV advert to be shown on British TV was for what type of product ?
Answer: Toothpaste
Question: 20: In Trumpton what was the name of the driver of the fire engine ?
Answer: Barney McGrew
Question: 21: What was the street number of the house that was the birthplace of the lady pictured above ?
Answer: 17
Question: 22: What do the letters of the sauce pictured above stand for ?
Answer: Houses of Parliament
Question: 23: Which British Prime Minister used an airplane that had the same name as the lance that, according to legend, St George used to slay the dragon ?
Answer: Winston Churchill
Question: 24: Whose iconic dress is expected to sell at auction next month for over $1m ?
Answer: Judy Garland
Question: 25: The creator of the TV sitcom pictured above has sadly died aged 88. What was the name of the play he wrote from which the TV sitcom was adapted ?
Answer: The Banana Box
Question: 26: Last Sunday a cask of whisky was sold at auction for a record £1m. How much did it cost when it was bought in 1988 ?
Answer: £5000
Question: 27: The final ever episode of which TV soap is due to be aired on 1st August this year ?
Answer: Neighbours
Question: 28: What is the name of the ancient bridge in Exmoor National Park which consists of 17 giant slabs and which, according to legend, was built by the Devil ?
Answer: Tarr Steps
Question: 29: What is the middle name of the first black woman to take part in an International Space station mission ?
Answer: Andrea
Question: 30: Who was James Corden's passenger in a Comic Relief sketch in 2011 which inspired his Carpool Karaoke ?
Answer: George Michael