Friday quiz: Cue and A
This week I got my big break when I was asked to fill in as quizmaster in the work quiz. Here are 10 questions whose answers are united by a theme.
- Which form of limestone makes up the White Cliffs of Dover?
- What shape can be equilateral, isosceles, or scalene?
- Which word can go before bread, even, and clause to make phrases?
- Which animal had to be rescued by firefighters in Dortmund last week, after getting its head stuck
- Lidl beat Tesco in a copyright dispute this week - but what design feature did the case centre on?
- Which country, known locally as Kalaallit Nunaat, is the world's largest island?
- Which Prime Minister appointed Martha Lane Fox as the UK's Digital Champion in 2009?
- Which 1986 David Lynch film starred Kyle MacLachlan and Isabella Rossellini?
- Which British singer had a hit with 'Boy's a Liar Pt. 2' in February 2023?
- Which 1877 novel by Anna Sewell is the fictional autobiography of a horse?
- Red squirrel
- Yellow circle (in the Lidl logo and the Clubcard branding)
- Gordon Brown
- Blue Velvet
- Pink Pantheress
- Black Beauty
There's a snooker theme to the answers - chalk, triangle, and break are various bits of snooker terminology, and the other answers contain the colours of the object balls in increasing order of value.