Quarantine Quizzes

Sunday Night Silliness

When Covid-19 struck the world, Ted responded in the only way he knew how: making an online quiz and running it every Sunday night until the end of lockdown. He's also really good at making ventilators in innovative ways, but chose quizzes as the best use of his time.

Ted's Sunday Quiz is a bit of a silly laugh, and runs throughout lockdown, every Sunday at 8pm. Just head to twitch.tv/thetedhill at 8pm on Sunday's to take part. 

 
 

How does it work? i'm glad you asked because i'm just telling you now. Ted streams him asking the questions on Twitch (it's basically just a website normally used by gamers that he can use to stream reliably from), and sends a link to a google form for answers to be submitted. You either play solo, or get into teams in your household, or over video chat (best to have one player watch the stream and the others listen to the audio from their computer) and fill your answers in the google form at the end of each round.


After a few rounds we take a break while Ted marks the answers and drinks more wine. Then we come back for a couple more rounds that consist of multiple choice questions, which handily mark themselves, and then bish-bash-bosh we're done by 10 (ok normally like 10:15)

Ted's Sunday Quiz was created by Ted Hill, presented and co-written by Ted Hill and is produced and co-written by Cate Kelly.

Drop Ted a message below if you'd like more info before you take part, or for Ted to help put you on a team with some fellow strangers, or if you'd like Ted to run a private quiz for you for a very small fee (or very very very small fee if you've lost your income thanks to this dickhead virus). Ted will genuinely do it for whatever you tell me you can afford, he'd be happy to just make some new friends and cover my costs.

 
 
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©2020 by Ted Hill. Photos & Images by Steve Cross, Cate Kelly, Effie Davis & Science Museum Learning. Video by Festival of The Spoken Nerd. It'd be nice to put something funny here but can't think of anything right now.