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Question 1: The tower was officially opened to the public on 16 May 1966 by ________ and Billy Butlin.
John Sinclair, 3rd Viscount ThursoJohn Eccles, 2nd Viscount EcclesDouglas HoggTony Benn

Question 2:
Which of the following titles did BT Tower have?
Mr. Chevy Celebrity
Member of Parliament for West Lothian
BT Tower
The Day After Trinity

Question 3: In Alan Moore's graphic novel ________ the tower is headquarters for both the "Eye", and the "Ear", the visual and audio surveillance divisions of the government.
V for VendettaMarvelmanWatchmenAlan Moore bibliography

Question 4: An example that has not been mentioned, but which is so trivial that it is worth mentioning, is the absence of the British Telecom tower from ________ maps.
Department for Communities and Local GovernmentUnited KingdomEnglandOrdnance Survey

Question 5:

Question 6: I hope that I am covered by ________ when I reveal that the British Telecom tower does exist and that its address is 60 Cleveland Street, London."[6]
Westminster systemCommon lawUnited KingdomParliamentary privilege

Question 7: In Patrick Keiller's film London (1992) the narrator claims the tower is a monument to the love affair between ________ and Paul Verlaine, who lived nearby.
Le Bateau ivreGeorges IzambardTotal Eclipse (film)Arthur Rimbaud

Question 8: Its existence was finally "confirmed" by ________, MP, on 19 February 1993: "Hon.
United KingdomKate HoeyEnglandTony Banks, Baron Stratford

Question 9: Large portions of the 1966 ________ serial The War Machines were set in and around the tower.
The Sarah Jane AdventuresCompanion (Doctor Who)Doctor WhoTorchwood

Question 10:
When was BT Tower built?
1961-07-14
1958-1961
1964
1961-1964







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