a just can’t get enough quiz

It’s Sunday, week 6 of Lockdown 3! As usual, no Fagan’s theme quiz!

This week, we requested refunds for our Chester Zoo tickets that were booked for next week because, like, that ain’t happening, innit!

It’s a quiz of 20 questions and one theme.

There’s a clue to the theme in the quiz title and a bonus point if you can guess the theme itself.

There may be “sound-a-likes” or embedded words.

The use of electronic devices to divine the answers, with the exception of hearing aids and pacemakers, is forbidden.

1. Name the artist and song?

2. Which Beach Boys songs was covered for the BBC launch of the BBC Music brand in 2014, featured an assortment of artist including Elton John, Kylie Minogue, Stevie Wonder, Brian May as well as Brian Wilson and was released as a charity single for Children In Need?

3. Name the artist and song?

4. What is a sucrose sugar product with a distinctive brown colour due to the presence of molasses or a slang term for heroin?

5. Name the artist and song?

6. In which 1999 comedy movie do four high school friends try every trick in the book to ensure that they lose their virginity before prom night?

7. Name the artist and song?

8. Which song is played at traditional events such as Wimbledon and The Proms, is one of New Zealand’s two national anthems and whose author is unknown, although attribution to the composer John Bull is sometimes made?

9. Name the artist and song?

10. Who was the Russian mystic and self-proclaimed holy man who befriended the family of Nicholas II, the last emperor of Russia, and gained considerable influence in late imperial Russia?

11. Name the artist and song?

12. Which one of the nine Austrian states is also a city that, until the beginning of the 20th century, was the largest German speaking city in the world?

13. Name the artist and song?

14. Which 1974 movie starring Roger Moore as a manager of a South African mine shares its name with both a UK radio station and a UK TV station?

15. Name the artist and song?

16. Romanian Nadia Com─âneci is generally recognized as the first person to score what at the Olympic Games?

17. Name the artist and song?

18. In 1687 Sir Isaac Newton’s Principia included a computation for what, the answer to the computation being “979 feet per second in air”?

19. Name the artist and song?

20. Which English television and radio presenter is best known as a presenter of the popular children’s series Blue Peter from 1962 to 1972 and also also presented the BBC Radio 4 PM programme?

Bonus: What connects all the answers?