Pub quiz rounds - Cross House Hotel - Team Name:

Mon 7 Nov 2011 - 1970s

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Question 1 (#521)
Q: Who was the original host of BBC's "Question of Sport" between 1970 and 1978?
Question 2 (#456)
Q: What was Roxy Music's first hit single?
Question 3 (#3447)
Q: Which future Tory MP broke the world mile record in 1979?
Question 4 (#2581)
Q: Starting in 1970, who was BBC Radio One's first female DJ; and, since the death of John Peel in 2004, it's longest serving presenter?
Question 5 (#4158)
Q: Who claimed it was his idea to have his character killed off in the first Star Wars movie so he 'wouldn't have to go on saying those rubbish lines?'
Question 6 (#614)
Q: Where were the 1972 summer Olympic games held?
Question 7 (#468)
Q: Who was the tyrant leader of the Khmer Rouge, whose reign of terror resulted inthedeaths of nearly 3 million Cambodians in the 1970s
Question 8 (#1118)
Q: Of which country was Idi Amin the president from 1971 to 1979?
Question 9 (#2560)
Q: The 1968 song "I can't Let Maggie Go" by Honeybus became popular again in the 1970s when it was used to advertise which consumer item?
Question 10 (#1002)
Q: Who, born Bernard William Jewry, is a singer and actor who's debut hit was "My Coo Ca Choo?"