Quiz

Test your general knowledge with our weekly quiz. By Cindy MacDonald. No. 401
chevron
View all Questions
1
In 1967, the world’s first human-to-human heart transplant was performed in which country? (Bonus point for naming the surgeon who led the transplant team.)

Reveal Answer

2
Vexillology is the study of: (a) flags; (b) coins; or (c) stamps?

Reveal Answer

3
What name is given to the coloured part of the eye?

Reveal Answer

4
Slouch, cloche and boater are all types of what?

Reveal Answer

5
The headquarters of the European Union are in which national capital?

Reveal Answer

6
Fugu is a Japanese term for what type of fish?

Reveal Answer

7
Bob Hawke served as Australia’s 23rd prime minister. What number is Anthony Albanese?

Reveal Answer

8
Archibald Prize-winning artist Adam Douglas Hill is better known by what name?

Reveal Answer

9
Which soccer team recently won the 2022 women’s FA Cup final, with Australian Sam Kerr scoring two goals?

Reveal Answer

10
Which writer–director links the films The French Dispatch, The Grand Budapest Hotel and The Royal Tenenbaums?

Reveal Answer

Cindy MacDonald is The Saturday Paper’s deputy editor.