1. Which bingo number is known as 'clicketty-click'?
2. Paul Gascoigne had a top ten hit with which group?
3. Which singer paid $240,000 to free his kidnapped son?
4. Which Monty Python film was banned in Scotland?
5. What have recently been discovered around Uranus?
6. What common phrase came from the practice of burning people's houses down to get rid of
7. What was Puff the Magic Dragon's human friend called?
8. How did Captain Keith Brown, late of the Royal Hussars, make sporting history in April 1993?
9. Does a zebra have black stripes or white stripes?
10. Which host head of state first suggested transporting the Olympic flame to the site of the
11. On which date was V.E. Day? (point for day, point for month, point for year)
12. Where in America were the 1692 witch trials held?
13. Concerning commercial flying, what does B.A.L.P.A. stand for?
14. What was the first food sold in an aerosol can?
15. Who appeared in more than 30 Hitchcock films?
16. What breed of dog was the first to have it's pedigree or bloodline recorded?
17. What was painted white after British troops set fire to it?
18. What sort of creature is a Clydesdale?
19. In which 2 successive Olympics did Daley Thompson win gold? (years please)
20. Which 3 Beatles number ones had the word 'love' in the title?
21. Who was the Greek god of confusion?
22. Who was called a 'turnip' by the Sun newspaper?
23. In what unusual way was tobacco introduced to the body, for medical reasons, in the 18th
Century? (2 ways)
24. What is the main ingredient in most bricks?
25. Which song contains the lyric: "Though it worries me to say, I've never felt this way"?
26. Who solves the crime in 'Death On The Nile'?
27. What were the balls of fur on 'Star Trek' called?
28. Which company manufactured the 'Tristar' aircraft?
29. In which decade was canned beer invented? (extra point for year)
30. Noddy Holder starred in the Christmas advert for what store?
31. What kind of car did Janis Joplin ask the Lord to buy her?
32. What section of the orchestra does the harp belong to?
33. 'Egg Fu' was which superheroine's arch enemy?
34. What was Glen Miller's signature tune?
35. What is the only element named after a US state?
36. What was the magpie called on the children's TV programme 'Magpie'?
37. According to the experts, what is the easiest recognized smell in the world? (a drink)
38. What 3 colours are on the flag of Belgium?
39. Who were the 2 stars of the film 'Cut Throat Island'?
40. What type of creature is a 'Painted Lady'?
41. What year of the 90's was Buckingham Palace opened to the public?
42. What kind of seats are collected by Prince Charles?
43. How many men normally go down in a rugby union scrum?
44. What is the scientific term for someone that has sex with chickens?
45. What was Rambo's first name?
46. What piece of wood is meant in the phrase 'touch wood'?
47. What were the occupations of the 3 men in a tub?
48. Which Scottish team were the first British soccer club to win the European Cup?
49. What do the Roman numerals XL represent?
50. Which country watches the most TV? (as in hours per person)
JACKPOT QUESTION: WHAT YEAR WERE FINGERPRINTS FIRST USED AS A MEANS OF IDENTIFICATION?
3. FRANK SINATRA
4. LIFE OF BRIAN
5. 2 NEW MOONS
6. TO BE FIRED
7. LITTLE JACKIE PAPER
8. HE WAS THE STARTER OF THE GRAND NATIONAL THAT NEVER HAPPENED
9. BLACK STRIPES
10. ADOLF HITLER
11. 8th MAY 1945
12. SALEM, MASSACHUSETTES
13. BRITISH AIR LINE PILOTS ASSOCIATION
15. ALFRED HITCHCOCK
16. BLOOD HOUND (IT IS CALLED A BLOOD
HOUND BECAUSE IT'S BLOOD LINE IS RECORDED)
17. THE WHITE HOUSE, WASHINGTON
18. A HORSE
19. 1980, 1984
20. SHE LOVES YOU, CAN'T BUY ME LOVE, ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE
22. GRAHAM TAYLOR
23. A SKIN RUB, AND AN ENEMA
25. I THINK I LOVE YOU, by The Partridge Family
26. HERCULE POIROT
29. 1930's 1935
31. A MERCEDES BENZ
33. WONDER WOMAN
35. MOONLIGHT SERENADE
38. BLACK, RED, YELLOW
39. GEENA DAVIS, MATTHEW MODINE
40. A BUTTERFLY
42. TOILET SEATS
46. THE CROSS OF JESUS
47. BUTCHER, BAKER, CANDLESTICK MAKER