Triviana 70 Quiz
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Which planet in our solar system has a day longer than it's year?
As at 2014, London, Birmingham and three of the cities listed below have hosted the Eurovision Song Contest. Which of the following cities is the odd one out?
In the HBO television channel's series "The Sopranos", what was the name of the horse owned by Ralph that died in a stable fire?
Run the Risk
Who was the first person to turn down an Academy Award?
Released in 1968, at 2014, the longest album title to enter the UK Top 40 was "My People Were Fair and Had Sky in Their Hair, But Now They're Content to Wear Stars on Their Brows" was by which band?
The Moody Blues
Which country in 1893 became the first to use number plates on cars?
“The Weir of Hermiston” and “St. Ives” were two unfinished novels left by which author upon their demise?
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Sir Walter Scott
Robert Louis Stevenson
Can you tell me the artist and title of the painting currently on display to your right (please do not touch)?
Hunters in the Snow .............. Pieter Bruegel
Bradford Ice Rink (circa 1926) .... L S Lowry
The Sprout Collectors ............... I.M. Asnoman
Dave's Big Day Out ...................... Bob Ross
As at 2014, assisted suicide is legal in five of the states of the U.S.: Oregon, Vermont, Washington, New Mexico and which from the options listed below?
Although you hardly ever heard of him being called by his real character's name (Colin Ball), he made regular appearances in which TV show?
The High Chaparaal
Only Fools and Horses
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