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The British Experience. Part Five
"Here is your chance for another look at the culture, people and places of the British Isles."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
A trip to the theatre land in the United States means a visit to Broadway. But, if you are looking for the top shows in the UK where in London should you be heading?
Britain is a comparatively small nation. You can get some idea of its physical size by calculating the location of the point furthest from the sea coast. What is greatest distance you can get away from the sea in the UK?
Many UK counties, cities and towns have their own particular food speciality. Which of these English counties is famous for its pasties?
The eisteddfod is a fine Welsh tradition. What type of event is an eisteddfod?
A festival of music and literature
An agricultural show
A competitive sports meeting
A rally for steam powered vehicles
What is the name of the British born creator of the World Wide Web?
Queen Elizabeth II is known around the world, but the royal family name is perhaps not so well known. What is Her Majesty's surname?
The Giant's Causeway is a stunning natural rock formation. On the coast of which part of the UK is this wondrous sight located?
Over the years many entertainers have left the UK seeking fame and fortune in the United States of America.
Three of the entertainers below were born in Britain, but which one was NOT a UK export?
The geographical location of 0 (zero) degrees longitude passes through the UK, and it is from here that GMT is referenced. What do the initials GMT stand for?
Greenwich Mean Time
Geological Median Time
General Maritime Time
Geolograpic Mark Time-zones
Below are some of the traditional sights synonymous with London's bustling streets. But, which is the odd one out in this 'colour'ful scene?
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