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Tom Robinson: Quiz


Question 1: Although widely assumed from his public posture at the time to be homosexual, Robinson is indeed ________.
GaySexual orientationBisexualityHomosexuality

Question 2: We Never Had It So Good (1990, with ________)
Guaranteed (Level 42 album)Jakko JakszykMark King (musician)Level 42

Question 3: [3][2] A head teacher got him transferred to Finchden Manor, a therapeutic community for disturbed teenagers in ________,[3] where he would spend his following six years.

Question 4: He is a supporter of ________ and Peter Tatchell's Outrage! human rights organization and a leader of the Rock Against Racism campaign.
Amnesty InternationalPeacekeepingAung San Suu KyiUnited Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

Question 5: Robinson's return to Britain, led to late-night performances in cabarets at the ________, some of which later surfaced on the live album Midnight at the Fringe.
Edinburgh Festival FringeBill BaileyStephen FryEdinburgh Comedy Awards

Question 6: [2][3] The band nevertheless received an enthusiastic reception at a ________ concert with The Police.
Madison Square Garden, Inc.Madison Square GardenMSG NetworkMadison Square Garden (1925)

Question 7: In a 1994 interview for the ________, Robinson asserted, "We've been fighting for tolerance for the last 20 years, and I've campaigned for people to be able to love whoever the hell they want.
The New York TimesStar-BannerThe Boston GlobeTelegram & Gazette

Question 8: [2] The following year the group released the single "2-4-6-8 Motorway",[2] which peaked at #5 in the ________ for two weeks.
The Official Charts CompanyUK Singles ChartEcho (music award)UK Albums Chart

Question 9: In 1973, Robinson moved to ________ and joined the acoustic trio Café Society.

Question 10: The Pukkas' version was a top 20 hit in ________ under the title "Listen To The Radio".
United KingdomUnited StatesBarbadosCanada

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