16th October 2015 - knowledge.fail

16th October 2015

News & Current Affairs

  1. Which UK newspaper briefly showed adverts on their website linking to malware?
  2. According to the High Court, is Uber lawful in the UK?
  3. Which computer image format could see more built-in restrictions, if recommendations of the Joint Photographic Experts Group are introduced?
  4. Which UK politician flattened a child while playing touch rugby in Tokyo this week?
  5. Which Premier League team has the cheapest matchday tickets this season?
  6. Walt Disney Company was founded on 16th October 1923. Which was its first feature length animated film?

Which sport has more players on a team?

  1. Ultimate Frisbee or Volleyball
  2. American Football or Australian Football
  3. Baseball or Ice Hockey

This week's random country: Namibia

  1. Other than the smaller amounts of white and yellow, which three colours appear on Namibia's flag?
  2. Which is the official language of Namibia?
  3. The oryx is a national symbol of Namibia - what is it?
    animal, plant or gemstone

Lucky Dip

  1. Which London Underground station is an anagram of "Railway Gone Bad"?
  2. Beating black and silver to the top spot, which is the world's most popular colour of car?
  3. Which song talks about a man who
    "... sits alone at a table in a small cafe
    Drowning his tears in a bottomless cup of coffee"?
  4. If a person in Spain asks for "una mesa para cuatro", how many people do they want a table for?
  5. Who provided the voice of Princess Fiona in the Shrek films?

Letter of the week: E

  1. Which EU country begins with an E?
  2. Which company, beginning with E, ranks number 2 in this year's Fortune 500 list?
  3. Which is the UK's most populous city beginning with E?

Name the link between the following:

  1. Which boy-band released "Everybody Get Up" in 1998?
  2. Which BBC channel replaced Choice in February 2003?
  3. What is the name given to Sainsbury's own-brand range of clothing?
  4. Which Northern Irish traybake has a recipe involving 15 marshmallows and 15 glace cherries?

Answers

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