Tes Quiz: 18 January 2019

Pit your wits against Tes’ weekly general knowledge quiz

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1. What is the name of the only horse to have won the English, Welsh and Scottish Grand Nationals (1998, 1997 and 1994 respectively)?

2. Named the Sandwich Islands by James Cook when he visited them on 18 January 1778, by what name are these Pacific islands now known?

3. Dr Teeth and The Electric Mayhem is the house band in which TV troupe?

4. Which poet and author, who died on 18 January 1936, wrote Gunga Din?

5. Sultanas, raisins and currants are all dried varieties of which fruit?

6. Raindrops Keep Fallin’ is an Oscar winning song from which 1969 film?

7. In Roman mythology, who was ...

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