‘3AW Quiz’

3AW Quiz: Who invented it No4?

3AW Quiz: Who invented it No4?

Paper came from China, but where did the paperclip come from? Can you guess who invented the bunsen burner? With which country do we associate the invention of...

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3AW Quiz: UK vs US terminology

3AW Quiz: UK vs US terminology

We say lollies, they say candy. George Bernard Shaw once said, ‘The British and the Americans are divided by a common language’. In Australia, we use...

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3AW Quiz: Radio stations of the world

3AW Quiz: Radio stations of the world

Jonar plugs into radio stations from around the world via a live feed, and he asks Bruce and Phil to guess which station we are listening to. Some are much easier...

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3AW Quiz: Country of origin

3AW Quiz: Country of origin

This quiz takes a look at normal words and asks a studio audience to tell us the original language from whence they came. The contestants are at level 55 of the...

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3AW Quiz: Name the ingredients

3AW Quiz: Name the ingredients

In this segment, Jonar speaks with Phil and Paul about the normal household foods, and he reads out the ingredients found in normal household products. Jonar reads...

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3AW Quiz: Who invented it No3?

3AW Quiz: Who invented it No3?

Jonar takes studio contestants on a journey to discover who invented the electric heater, the electric mixer, and Nutrasweet. He asks about who invented the thermometer,...

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3AW Quiz: Who invented it No2?

3AW Quiz: Who invented it No2?

To a studio audience at the top of the Rialto Centre, Jonar quizzes contestants about chewing gum, the pop-up toaster, the electric food mixer, frozen food, the...

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3AW Quiz: Who invented it No1?

3AW Quiz: Who invented it No1?

From the Melbourne Observation Deck, and to a large studio audience, Jonar quizzes contestants with a range of true-or-false questions, and explores inventions....

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3AW Quiz: Names of pubs

3AW Quiz: Names of pubs

How do pubs get their name? In which city would you be if you went to the The Flying Duck, The Bull and Bush, Dirty Nelly’s, The Asylum, The KGB Bar, The...

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