What links Sir Andy Murray and Logan Roy? Take our Scotland quiz

1.Scottish inventions have shaped the modern world, but which everyday product was created by Glasgow chemist Charles Macintosh in 1823?

2.Which of these Scottish acts has NOT won the annual Mercury music prize?

3.A population of which mammal – thought to be Scotland’s most exotic species – inhabits the island of Inchconnachan in Loch Lomond?

4.It took until 2012 for Scotland’s first ever Disney princess to grace the big screen. What is her name?

5.While based on a true story, the 1947 novel – and its 1949 film adaptation – Whisky Galore tells the tale of a shipwreck on the fictional Scottish island of Todday. On which island did the real shipwreck occur?

6.The Scottish parliament, currently led by first minister Nicola Sturgeon, is located in the Holyrood area of Edinburgh. In which year was it founded?

7.Name the actor whose character Mike Pomeroy drinks Bruichladdich whisky in the 2010 film Morning Glory.

8.Speaking of which, how do you pronounce Bruichladdich?

9.The actor Brian Cox and his Succession character Logan Roy were both born in which Scottish city?

10.Speaking of Logan Roy, both he and Sir Andy Murray are supporters of which Scottish football club?

11.“Uisge Beatha” is the Gaelic name for whisky. What does it mean in English?

12.A statue of Edinburgh’s most famous dog, Greyfriars Bobby, is a popular tourist attraction in the capital city. What breed was he?

13.Adam Wiles is the real name of which Brit award-winning Scottish artist?

14.The four most important industries on the island of Islay are farming, fishing, tourism and …

15.The first issue of which comic book was published in Dundee on 30 July 1938?

16.The last time a team other than Celtic or Rangers won the top Scottish football league was in 1984. Name the champion side.

17.Which 1990s band were discovered by Alan McGee at Glasgow’s iconic music venue King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut?

18.Scotland has produced some of the world’s greatest authors, from Robert Louis Stevenson to Ian Rankin, but which Scottish author won the Booker prize for their novel, Shuggie Bain, in 2020?

19.At 7,452m cubic metres, which Scottish loch contains more freshwater than all the lakes of England and Wales combined?

20.Which Scot was named above Barack Obama in Time magazine’s 2010 Time 100 poll of the world’s most influential people?

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