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Rusholme: Quiz


Question 1: Rusholme was immortalised in the song "Rusholme Ruffians" by Manchester band ________ on their 1985 album Meat Is Murder.
Johnny MarrThe SmithsThis Charming ManMorrissey

Question 2: Over the ________, there were several different socio-political meanings of Rusholme.
Georgian eraVictorian eraUnited KingdomEngland

Question 3: This led ________ to be dubbed the "Curry Mile".
Wilmslow RoadManchesterWilmslow Road bus corridorChorlton-on-Medlock

Question 4: Rusholme, unlike other areas of ________ which have '-holme' in the place name is not a true '-holme'.
LiverpoolGreater ManchesterManchesterSalford, Greater Manchester

Question 5: In 1963 the ________ bought the studios as their northern base and on New Year's Day, 1964, Jimmy Savile presented the first edition of the British music chart television programme Top of the Pops.
Norwegian Broadcasting CorporationBBCTG4Raidió Teilifís Éireann

Question 6: The community is surrounded by Fallowfield to the south, Moss Side to the west, Victoria Park to the east and ________ to the north.

Question 7: There is a large, mostly ________ South Asian community as well as a dwindling community of working class white people.

Question 8: The centre was in use until 1971 when the BBC moved to purpose-built ________ studios in central Manchester.
United StatesUnited KingdomColor televisionPAL

Question 9: Wilmslow Road is part of the B5117 which includes the University of Manchester and ________.
Liverpool Hope UniversityLancaster UniversityManchester Metropolitan UniversityLiverpool John Moores University

Question 10: Rusholme is a part of Manchester, in North West ________, about two miles south of Manchester city centre.
ScotlandEnglandUnited KingdomWales

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