Masterminds

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Masterminds


1. 2018 was the joint hottest summer on record for the UK since records began over a century ago, tying with which years? 2. Chris Evans has announced he will be leaving the Radio 2 breakfast show at the end of the year to host which station's equivalent? 3. The former Littlewoods headquarters in which city which has been engulfed by fire? 4. How many of the six founding members of the European Union can you name? 5. Tesco has angered shoppers by changing the way it charges for which fruit, thereby making it more costly? 2 6. In which year did Britain first hold a referendum on their continued membership of the European community? 7. The world's tallest statue is nearing completion, at 183 metres. In which country is it located? 8. The Spring Temple Buddha in which country is currently the world's biggest statue, at 128 metres.

9. What is the name of ITV's new Sunday night drama, based on William Makepeace Thackeray's 19th century novel? 10. Who plays David Budd, a troubled veteran assigned to protect a controversial politician in the BBC's new drama Bodyguard? 11. What was the name of that actor's character in Game of Thrones? 25 12. What has become the highest rated TripAdvisor attraction in Cornish seaside resort Bude? 13. A fishmonger in Kuwait has been closed down for sticking what on fish to make them appear fresher? 14. Simon May and Leslie Osborne composed which famous British television theme tune in 1984? 15. What is the name of the most southernly point on the UK mainland? 16. Which Jennifer played Tiffany in the film Silver Linings Playbook? 17. In which film might you find Jennifer Aniston working at Chotchkies? 18. What does GPS stand for in GPS navigation devices? 19. Which chain of lingerie stores owned by Theo Paphitis opened across the UK in 2011? …

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