Welcome to 7 days 7 questions - the Magazine's quiz of the week's news.
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1.) Multiple Choice Question
Who inspired Coldplay's new album title Viva la Vida (translation: long live life)?
- Ricky Martin
- Gwyneth Paltrow
- Gabriel Garcia Marquez
- Frida Kahlo
2.) Multiple Choice Question
Prince Charles opened his Highgrove shop in Tetbury for local organic produce. In the Somerfield supermarket opposite, a bunch of leeks cost £1.01. How much at Highgrove?
3.) Multiple Choice Question
What was the difference between what Heather Mills estimated she and her daughter needed to cover living costs, and what the judge awarded?
- £2.65m a year
- £2.85m a year
- £3.05m a year
4.) Multiple Choice Question
Anthony Minghella had a prolific scriptwriting career before finding stardom as a film director. Which of the following shows did he NOT pen?
- Inspector Morse
- The Muppets
- Grange Hill
5.) Missing Word Question
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6.) Multiple Choice Question
Which British football club was indirectly affected by the collapse of US bank Bear Stearns?
- Tottenham Hotspur
7.) Birthday question
In the next seven days, there will be birthday cakes in the households of the following people. Who will have the most candles?
- William Shatner
- Michael Heseltine
- Montserrat Caballe
- It's Frida Kahlo. Coldplay frontman Chris Martin says he saw the phrase on a painting by the Mexican artist. Martin conceded 'everyone thinks it comes from Ricky Martin'.
- It's £1.35. Not a bad deal when you consider it's locally sourced. No such bargains in the gardening gloves section - a pair will set you back £30.
- £2.65m is correct. Mills wanted £3.25m a year, including £500,000 a year for holidays and £627,000 a year for charity commitments, but Mr Justice Bennett said £600,000 would be adequate.
- The answer is The Muppets. However he did write The Storyteller for children's television in 1988, which used puppets from Jim Henson's Muppet workshop.
- It's Irish. Tourism Ireland held a virtual St Patrick's Day parade on Sunday in the internet world of Second Life (SL). Festivities included a treasure hunt around recreated landmarks like Trinity College and the Guinness Brewery.
- It's Spurs. Joe Lewis, a major investor at Tottenham, reportedly lost £1.2bn as second largest shareholder at the bank. QPR and Chelsea also have billionaire backers, Bernie Ecclestone and Roman Abramovich respectively.
- It's William Shatner, who will be 77 on Saturday. It is also the birthday of his most famous incarnation, Captain James T Kirk, who it is widely thought was born in 2233. Lord Heseltine is 75 today (Friday) and Ms Caballe will be 75 on Wednesday.
0 - 2 : Black hole
3 - 5 : Star
6 - 7 : Intergalactic
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