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1. In 1996 there was a fire in which major tunnel?
2. Which Paul was named Sports Personality of the Year in 1990?
3. The letters DDR are the initials of which countries name?
4. Who wrote ‘The Invisible Man’?
5. The star sign Scorpio covers which 2 months?
6. Which type of animals were the Teenage Mutant Ninja’s?
7. Who was the outgoing Prime Minister when Margaret Thatcher came to power?
8. Which is thicker, Pearl or Double knitting?
9. In the fairytale, the princess had to remember the name of whom?
10. In athletics, what does ‘PB’ stand for if shown next to an athlete’s name?
11. In 1992, the Government decided to move which Bank Holiday?
12. Who was the Greek God of time?
13. What musical instrument did Sherlock Holmes play?
14. What starts an ice hockey match?
15. What is the only anagram of ‘catalogue’?
16. Who was the first TV presenter of ‘Holiday’?
17. In which decade was Paul Newman born?
18. What is carnophobia the fear of?
19. What is the birthstone for March?
20. The Caspian Sea isn’t a sea at all, what is it?
21. Hawkes, Champagne and Prince Albert are all types of which fruit?
22. What is the most common colour of amethyst?
23. What colour is the inside of a pistachio nut?
24. Who was (is) known as the Iron Duke?
25. Which famous ocean liner had its maiden voyage in 1946?
26. What is the capital of Sri Lanka?
27. What year was the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima?
28. Which is darker, Demarara or Muscavado?
29. What is the chemical symbol for ice?
30. What were the gangs called in West Side Story?
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