Quiz of the Day.
1. Which phrase, twice mentioned in the Psalms, did Stephen Fry use as the title of his 1997 autobiography? 2. Which Texas city features in the title of a song first released in 1971 but which later topped the UK charts in 2005? 3. Belmopan is the capital city of which country in Central America? 4. Which was the first state to secede from the union before the American Civil War? 5. Who played Patsy Stone's sister Jackie in Absolutely Fabulous? 6. Which London railway terminus appears in the title of an Agatha Christie detective novel? 7. Poet Philip Larkin spent most of his working life as a librarian in which city? 8. Idris Elba won a Golden Globe award for his portrayal of a detective with a dark side in which BBC crime thriller series? 9. Which British city did the Romans know as Aquae Sulis? 10. Which London rapper has a name meaning an alternative strategy? B.
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Idris Elba - see Question 8
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|Publication:||The Journal (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||Nov 2, 2015|
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