Another Britain Quiz
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Isambard Kingdom Brunel built ships railways and bridges, mainly, along with tunnels. And, today, he has a university named after him.. But where is Brunel University?
Can you complete the headline of a story that came from the BBC News Department last Summer (2009)?
Demand growing for British mission to Jupiter
Demand growing for the end of TV "Celebrity Bore-a-thons"
Demand growing for squirrel pie
Can you remember the opening words of Tennyson's "The Charge of the Light Brigade"?
"Half a league, half a league, half a league onward........"
"Charge!!........and, for a moment, time stood still"
"600 men waited, swords unsheathed, for the moment to arrive"
Near to which city are the Headquarters of Lotus Cars?
Since disappearing, who has been spotted in Africa, in the Orkney Islands, New Zealand and even Antarctica yet still remains on the "Missing" list?
Osama Bin Laden
What is the score between these two great 19th century British Prime Ministers with regard to the number of times they held that office?
Disraeli 3 Gladstone 2
Disraeli 2 Gladstone 4
Disraeli 2 Gladstone 2
Which dates show the two previous occassions that the Olympics have been held in London?
1908 and 1948
1912 and 1932
1904 and 1952
Who were "the Goodies"?
Bill Garden, Graeme Brooke-Taylor, Tim Oddie
Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden, Bill Oddie
Bill Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Oddie, Tim Garden
The popular TV series "Heartbeat" centres around the criminal activities in "Aidensfield". But where is the real "Aidensfield"?
Rosedale Abbey in North Yorkshire
Dawly in Cumbria
Goathland in North Yorkshire
It is generally well-known that Windermere is the largest lake in the Lake District. Which is the second largest lake in the area?
The latest figures show Britain's Armed Forces total strength to be approx. how many?
Figures for the last two years show that 543 people have used Accident and Emergency across the country after trying to open what with what?
opening beer bottles with their teeth
opening tins of beans etc with knives
opening walnut whips with their tongues
Which is Britain's largest Cathedral?
St Albans Cathedral
Which UK town/city has the largest Marks and Spencer shop apart from the huge store on London's Oxford St?
Which option best describes the Queen on a 2p coin?
Facing left, looking glum
Facing right, smiling, winking
Facing right, looking glum
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