Pub quiz questions

  1. Which member of the royal family's name was given to the hovercraft which broke the cross-channel commercial car-carrying record in 1995?
    Princess Anne's

  2. By 2000, which female artist became the first ever to have Number 1 hits as part of a group, part of a duet and as a solo artist?
    Mel C(/Chisholm) (Sporty Spice)
    Numerous (1994–2000) with the Spice Girls, 'When You're Gone' (1998) with Bryan Adams, and 'I Turn to You' (2000)

  3. What holy city was Robert Maxwell buried in?
    Jerusalem
    People(2) Media(2) 1990s(2) Sleaze(2)
    Died 1991

  4. On 23 March 1991, Hale and Pace had a UK one hit wonder with which single?
    "The Stonk"
    Charity single for Comic Relief.

  5. Which UN Secretary-General was sandwiched between Javier Pérez de Cuéllar and Kofi Annan?
    Boutros Boutros-Ghali
    1 January 1992 – 31 December 1996

  6. What method of transport was used to get most of the London Eye Structure to its site on the Thames?
    Barge

  7. Which star of 'Jerry Maguire' and 'As Good as it Gets' had his first movie rôle as a kid in the barber's shop in Eddie Murphy's 'Coming to America?'
    Cuba Gooding Jr
    Jerry Maguire 1996, As Good as it Gets 1997, Coming to America 1988

  8. Which London Tourist Attraction was originally constructed with planning permission for only five years?
    The London Eye
    opened 1999

  9. Show/Character
    Bullseye, Bully
    1981-2006

  10. Who asked a Scottish driving instructor 'How do you keep the natives off the booze long enough to pass the test?'
    Prince Phillip
    1995