Daily Quiz #2610
What medium had its first test with a recording of Richard Strauss's "Eine Alpensinfonie" by the Berlin Philharmonic conducted by Herbert von Karajan in 1981, and its first commercial pressing with "The Visitors" by ABBA a year later?
The name of the Doukhobor religious sect means what?
The actor who plays police sergeant, then manager of the post office and eventually publican, Oscar Blaketon in the UK TV series "Heartbeat" was formerly well-known in which role?
Which castle, when used as a prison for prisoners of war in World War II, was known as Oflag VII C?
Which lies farthest west?
The Borg-Warner Trophy is symbolic of victory for what sporting event?
What was the surname of English 20th century siblings: Edith, a poetess who led a movement in contemporary poetry, Osbert, the author of poems, satires, novels and essays, and Sacheverell, an author of books on history and travel?