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Visit our Sample Quiz page to enjoy the questions which challenged DPQL members on May 4th.

May 4th, Week 22, was the last match of our 2021-2022 season.

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BBC Radio 4 Brain of Britain has returned to the air-waves.

How would you fare?

Can you realise alternate ways to approach an answer as you listen?

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The Derbyshire Pub Quiz League’s 2022-2023 season will start this autumn.

Would you like to quiz? Are you from Derbyshire or East Staffordshire?

Do you have a group of friends who think likewise?

Why not form a team to join the DPQL? Contact us here.

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Batteries, Beatles, boxing and Ron Mael from Sparks – take the Thursday quiz (Guardian)

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Train troubles and funny voices – take the Thursday quiz (Bernard Cribbins special) (Guardian)

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Remember DPQL quizzes must not be used for commercial gain.

We recommend that you use our quiz questions to to fund raise for charities and good causes – as the DPQL has done for decades.

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Don Ingham writes:-

The DPQL AGM will be held at the Red Lion, Hollington at 8pm on Wednesday, 14 September.  All are invited (although only two people from each team can vote on any propositions).
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If anyone has any formal proposals for the AGM, please can they be emailed to me before the end of this month (ie at least two weeks before the AGM).
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The league format and schedule will be ratified by the AGM, but the current expectation is for a first set of fixtures on 12 October.
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Thanks to all the teams that have so far responded about intentions to play in the coming season; please can all teams who have not yet responded get in touch with me.  I will start to chase responses soon.
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A special data project from Stuff, the New Zealand news website, has crunched the numbers.

Here is a full report (Stuff.co.nz)

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Wuthering Heights and Lionhearts – take the Thursday quiz Kate Bush special (Guardian)

Each of these general knowledge and vaguely topical questions this week is loosely

and tangentially related to one of the amazing songs

that she has released over the years. But don’t worry –

you don’t have to know anything about Kate Bush to take part.

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Today’s Brain of Britain contestants find quiz harder, says host (Guardian)

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