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100 Greatest Britons Quiz

In 2002, the BBC took a poll to determine the 100 greatest British (and Irish) people of all time. Even though it's completely subjective, see how many can you guess.
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Who They Were
Briton
1
WWII Prime Minister
Winston Churchill
2
Builder of railroads and
steam-ships
Isambard Kingdom
Brunel
3
Celebrity princess
Princess Diana
4
Discovered evolution
Charles Darwin
5
Playwright
William Shakespeare
6
Discovered the theory of
gravitation
Isaac Newton
7
Queen
Queen Elizabeth I
8
Pop musician
John Lennon
9
Admiral
Horatio Nelson
10
Roundhead
Oliver Cromwell
11
Polar explorer
Ernest Shackleton
12
Pacific explorer
Capt. James Cook
13
Scouting founder
Robert
Baden-Powell
14
King of Wessex
Alfred the Great
15
Defeated Napoleon
Arthur Wellesley
16
1980's prime minister
Margaret Thatcher
17
Actor & singer
Michael Crawford
18
Queen
Queen Victoria
19
Pop musician
Paul McCartney
20
Discovered penicillin
Alexander Fleming
21
Computer pioneer
Alan Turing
22
Studied electromagnetism
Michael Faraday
23
Welsh patriot
Owain Glyndwr
24
Queen
Queen Elizabeth II
25
Theoretical physicist
Stephen Hawking
26
Protestant reformer
William Tyndale
27
Suffragette
Emmeline Pankhurst
28
Abolitionist
William Wilberforce
29
Pop musician
David Bowie
30
Gunpowder Plotter
Guy Fawkes
31
RAF pilot
Leonard Cheshire
32
Half of a comedic duo
Eric Morecambe
33
Famous footballer
David Beckham
34
English/American political
philosopher
Thomas Paine
35
Celtic queen
Boudica
36
Olympic rower
Steve Redgrave
37
Humanist and
Catholic leader
Thomas More
38
Poet and painter
William Blake
39
Invented marine clock used
to establish longitude
John Harrison
40
Bad husband
King Henry VIII
41
Victorian author
Charles Dickens
42
Jet engine inventor
Frank Whittle
43
BBC Radio 1 DJ
John Peel
44
Television inventor
John Logie Baird
45
NHS leader
Aneurin Bevan
46
Pop musician
Boy George
47
WWII ace
Douglas Bader
48
Scottish freedom fighter
William Wallace
49
Sea captain and privateer
Francis Drake
50
Methodist
John Wesley
51
King Arthur
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Who They Were
Briton
52
Nursing pioneer
Florence Nightingale
53
Arabian fighter
T. E. Lawrence
54
Polar explorer
Robert Falcon Scott
55
Conservative politican
Enoch Powell
56
Pop musician
Cliff Richard
57
Telephone inventor
Alexander
Graham Bell
58
Lead singer of Queen
Freddie Mercury
59
Musical actress
Julie Andrews
60
"Pomp and Circumstance"
composer
Edward Elgar
61
Royal relative
Queen Elizabeth,
the Queen Mother
62
Pop musician
George Harrison
63
"Planet Earth" narrator
David Attenborough
64
Martyr of Irish independence
James Connolly
65
Railway pioneer
George Stephenson
66
Silent actor
Charlie Chaplin
67
Prime minister, 1997-2007
Tony Blair
68
Printing press importer
William Caxton
69
1966 World Cup captain
Bobby Moore
70
"Pride & Prejudice" author
Jane Austen
71
Founded the Salvation Army
William Booth
72
Agincourt victor
King Henry V
73
Occultist and libertine
Aleister Crowley
74
Scottish king
Robert the Bruce
75
The Unknown Warrior
76
Philanthropist / punk rocker
Bob Geldof
77
Best-selling solo artist in
British history
Robbie Williams
78
Vaccination pioneer
Edward Jenner
79
WWI Prime Minister
David Lloyd George
80
Computing pioneer
Charles Babbage
81
"The Canterbury Tales" poet
Geoffrey Chaucer
82
King who was given a bad rap
King Richard III
83
Harry Potter author
J.K. Rowling
84
Steam engine developer
James Watt
85
Founder of Virgin
Richard Branson
86
Irish pop musician
Bono
87
Punk singer
Johnny Rotten
88
WWII General
Bernard Montgomery
89
Broke land and
water speed records
Donald Campbell
90
King from 1154-1189
King Henry II
91
Magnestism and
electricity scientist
James Clerk
Maxwell
92
"Lord of the Rings" author
J.R.R. Tolkien
93
English explorer and courtier
Walter Raleigh
94
King from 1272-1307
King Edward I
95
Made bombs in World War II
Barnes Wallis
96
Shakespearean and film actor
Richard Burton
97
Labour politician
who renounced his title
Tony Benn
98
African explorer
David Livingstone
99
Proposed the
World Wide Web
Tim Berners-Lee
100
Birth control campaigner
Marie Stopes
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level 65
Jan 31, 2012
Suprised to see Abraham Darby missing in this list. He developed a method of producing pig iron in a blast furnace fuelled by coke rather than charcoal. This was a major step forward in the production of iron as a raw material for the Industrial Revolution.
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level 44
Jan 31, 2012
Odd list... Isn't Michael Crawford Australian?
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level 60
Apr 18, 2013
And that's not even the strangest thing about having him in the list.
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level 29
Jan 31, 2012
21/98 This is an...interesting...list. David Beckham and Boy George?? Kicking myself that I forgot Charles Darwin, I grew up in the town he was born in...my brother went to Charles Darwin School! And it's quite funny that all of the Beatles are on this list except for poor old Ringo! @The Chosen, I can guarantee that if this was a BBC poll of the British general public, as they usually are, then probably a good 95% would have no idea who he is.
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level 61
Jan 31, 2012
What? Boy George?! Really? I completely understand Isaac Newton and Churchill and many others on the list, but not Boy George! Also I don't think Beckham is hardly deserving of this either. But then again I am American and so "Football" is not of much interest to me.
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level 55
Jan 31, 2012
How is Boy George on there but Mic Jagger, Keith Richards and Elton John aren't?
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level 71
Sep 10, 2018
AND KATE BUSH!!!!
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level 84
Jan 31, 2012
Tim Berners-Lee is ninety-nine!? The man invented the web!
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level 76
Oct 5, 2014
not really. He had a big hand in developing the world wide web, along with others at CERN. Though the Internet had been around for a long time before that which is something people are often confused about, and he played no part in that. I know many people think he invented the Internet. and often Internet and web are used interchangeably. He invented the Internet about as much as Ray Kroc invented hamburgers. He helped commercialize and popularize the Internet and push it toward the mainstream, along with a lot of other people.
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level 62
Apr 2, 2016
I have no idea what the criteria are, but I assume they're not using "great" in the sense of "good". If that were the case, Cromwell, Fawkes and Thatcher would certainly not be on there, as well as a number of monarchs.
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level 71
Sep 10, 2018
Oh come on; everybody knows the Internet was invented by Al Gore!
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level 76
Dec 21, 2018
Al Gore did a lot more to invent the Internet than Berners-Lee did, actually. Though Gore never claimed that. But he did play an important role in getting its early development funded.
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level 59
Jun 5, 2019
Dwo did say (world wide) web and not internet, as your reaction seem to suggest.

but indeed people often seem to think the two are interchangeable or at least "invented" at the same time

(maybe you just glanced the comment and the IN in invented threw you off, assuming he was was saying something about the internet? )

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level 66
Jan 31, 2012
Who doesn't know who Isambard Kingdom Brunel is? He designed the Clifton Suspension Bridge! And Bristol Temple Meads! (Also, second best name in England, after Lancelot "Capability" Brown)
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level 76
Jun 23, 2013
I can't tell if this comment is meant to be sarcastic or not.
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level 77
May 10, 2014
Seriously, who's that guy? I'm from Belgium and never heard of him :3.
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level 39
Jun 11, 2014
Brunel honestly is one of the great civil engineers. He built the Great Western Railway (GWR) that runs from London Paddington to Bristol Temple Meads and had to face many challenges such as building a box tunnel near Bath so had to use carefully designed maps and surveys. He built the first known tunnel under a navigable river (the Thames Tunnel) and constructed the Clifton Suspension Bridge that provides one of the main road routes into Wales from Bristol. He also built the first transatlantic steamship (The Great Western) and what is considered the first "modern" ship, the SS Great Britain. His designs completely revolutionised public transport in Britain - the GWR and most if not all of his bridges have stood the test of time and are still in use over 150 years after his death. The reason he's on the list is because of his legacy and the fact the British have a close affinity to the railways. The fact he's second underlines the lasting impact he's had on the UK. Hope this helps. :-)
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level 66
Oct 19, 2014
The Great Eastern was his third ship after the Great Western and the Great Britain. It was by far the largest ship ever built at the time of her 1858 launch.
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level 34
Jul 26, 2016
If you lived in Bristol you would definitely have heard of him. He was a Victorian inventor who designed the first suspension bridge, one of the first transatlantic steamships, the great western railway.... etc
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level 69
May 17, 2019
According to the Wikipedia article on the 100 Greatest Britons television series: Isambard Kingdom Brunel occupied the top spot in the polls for some time thanks largely to "students from Brunel University who have been campaigning vigorously for the engineer for weeks." I'm sure he would have been high on the list anyway, but this explains a lot.
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level 70
Feb 1, 2012
there are David Beckham, Boy George and Robbie Williams!!! what the hell? ...what's with Elton John and Alfred Hitchcock????
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level 34
Jul 26, 2016
Agreed
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level 80
Feb 1, 2012
30/98. Not bad for a yankee.
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level 27
Feb 1, 2012
Hello. John Cleese? Rudyard Kipling? Elton John? Davy Jones? Dermot Morgan? The Bronte Sisters?
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level 85
Jan 19, 2018
All more important than David Beckham or Robbie Williams
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level 33
Dec 21, 2018
Bruv, you've hit the spot with Dermot Morgan. Only the best.
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level 43
Feb 9, 2012
27% guessed Charles Darwin? Are you kidding me?
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level 73
Jan 31, 2019
He's now at 91%
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level 15
Feb 20, 2012
cannot believe bono, david beckham and robbie williams are on there but tony hancock, oscar wilde and enid blyton aren't what is wrong with britain haha
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level 71
Sep 23, 2014
I can't believe they have Bono as a brit.
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level 34
Jul 26, 2016
It very clearly says British and Irish in the description
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level 72
Aug 27, 2012
funny how a would be assassin made the list
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level 73
Dec 16, 2018
Cromwell is far beyond that
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level 71
Dec 31, 2012
I think Wilberforce deserves to be called an Abolitionist. And could you accept Bruce for Robert the Bruce?
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level 34
Jul 26, 2016
No, his name was not Bruce... Why are you even suggesting this it makes 0 sense.
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level 40
Jan 5, 2013
No one objects to Diana at no 3? Really? Good, bad or indifferent the rest of the people on this list at least did... something. Sorry Mister Darwin... apologies Mister Shakespeare... but Diana's just way better than you. Err...
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level 76
Oct 5, 2014
I think I stopped playing both times I took this quiz after seeing Diana at number 3. Just ridiculous. Like placing Paris Hilton or Kim Kardashian on a top 10 list of greatest Americans. The country should be enormously embarrassed by the sycophantic institutionalized worship of wealth/celebrity that is the monarchy. But those responding to this poll obviously weren't. I saw another list online of Britain's most beautiful women, as determined by polling so conducted in the same way, and members or relatives of the royal family dominated the top spots of that list. I think Middleton was #1 and Pippa was in the top 10. It's just sad. I hate on Americans for loving celebrity gossip and reality TV shows and making people famous for being famous... but the level of reverence doesn't even compare.

and yes I know Diana worked with charities and such. So what? If your job is being royalty how else are you going to spend your time? You don't have to actually work.
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level 64
Oct 5, 2014
What does "100 Greatest Britains" mean? If it means the gross contribution they made to contemporary/future society then perhaps your criticism is valid. But if it is a list of 100 of the people Britains think best exemplify what it means to be British then Diana is absolutely a part of this list. She put a positive face on a royal family plagued by scandal, spent virtually all of her time working with charities in dangerous parts of the world and on topics no one else was paying attention to. Landmines are hardly a sexy topic to advocate on. She continued this work even when she could have retired from public life after her divorce and she was a class act in what she did. She was the public face of Britain to the world and rather than sneering in derision at that face the way most everyone sneers at Paris Hilton or Kimye, the world loved her.
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level 58
Oct 6, 2014
The 100 Greatest Britons was a major cultural event promoted (I think) by the BBC in which everybody could contribute names and people voted by internet and phone lines. Then some of our great and good (ie famous people) made programmes, each championing one of the people who came at the top of the list. Then there was a final vote. There was a serious danger of Diana coming first, let alone third, so to some the final order was a great relief.
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level 56
Apr 14, 2013
Wilberforce was an abolitionist, not an abolitionish.
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level 19
Jun 13, 2013
36/98. Missed people like Robbie Williams and Diana because they have done nothing for Great Britain. It's real shocking that 42% of the Quiz takers know Diana (without the car crash nobody would remember her) but only 6% remember David Livingstone, one of the greatest persons to come from Great Britain...
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level 76
Jun 23, 2013
Sir Francis Bacon loses out to Boy George, David Beckham, Paul McCartney, and two imaginary characters (among others, haven't reviewed the entire list). Pretty sad. Also, Margaret Thatcher > Adam Smith?
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level 76
Jun 23, 2013
re: all the comments above about questionable inclusions/ommissions/rankings.. there are so many so hard to know where to begin.
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level 71
Aug 6, 2013
No Morrissey?? Come on!
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level 73
Aug 8, 2013
Never knew Steven Hawking was British. Perhaps they should give his computer a bit of an accent?
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level 83
Feb 25, 2014
I was going to make a snark about Britain not having enough technical skill to pull it off... but Alan Turing's on the list, so I'll let it slide this time.
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level 34
Jul 26, 2016
What? Just.... What?
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level 25
Apr 15, 2014
Eric Morecombe but no Ernie Wise? And if you're adding comedians.....what bout: Arthur Askey and Wilfred Bramble?
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level 67
Aug 4, 2015
Good to see Van spelt 'MORECOMBE' as I did several times and did not get it.
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level 25
Apr 15, 2014
And for cripes sake, Mrs. Mills didn't even make the list but dross like Robbie Williams, does?
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level 71
Apr 16, 2014
Fun quiz to take, though the source material is clearly garbage. Morecambe but no Milligan? Diana #3? And for the love of all that's good and holy, where is PG Wodehouse?!?!
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level 44
May 3, 2014
Only 4% got Aneurin Bevan! The man gave us free healthcare! Not his fault the rest of Europe wants to come and use it!
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level 58
Nov 14, 2014
I'm a bit embarrassed about missing him, I had Attlee in mind instead
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level 47
Oct 19, 2017
There's no such thing as free healthcare! You pay for it through your taxes. I lived under that healthcare system for a few years and am eternally grateful I never got really sick.
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level 76
Sep 5, 2018
Nobody in the UK ever went bankrupt from healthcare, or had to choose between eating and treatment.
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level 71
May 4, 2014
OK, this list is a really odd assortment... You get Kings, explorers, scientists, a few great writers and musical artists... and then you got Beckham, Boy George and Lady Di. Uh. Anyway, I managed 32 out of 100, which I thought was pretty meh until I saw I was in the 91st percentile. I'm happy for having gotten some of the lower-guessed answers like Wilberforce and Florence, but somehow I never got to scientists in my mental review of UK history so I missed the really obvious ones like Newton and Darwin and Hawking, and missed lots of writers like Tolkien, Chaucer, Blake and More (I couldn't believe tehBrontes, Wilde or Byron were not there). And of course there's a lot of people I didn't even know were Brits like Watt and Turing. Anyway. I love those kind of quizzes, though, it really stretches your memory.
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level 77
May 10, 2014
Well... a poll is a poll. What a stupid list this is...
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level 59
Jun 5, 2019
exactly, it is a poll, so I really dont get all the comments; the list is wrong etc. It is the outcome of a poll, therefor the answers are valid. Are the things and order people voted for a bit silly, yes, definitely.

But really how can anyone be truly surprised about that. It is not a new thing that some people that have hardly any skill accomplishment or contribution to their name are popular.

( kind of getting tired of this is an outrage comments... yeahyeah we know... move on...)

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level 73
May 15, 2014
Sometimes you wonder about people. This list makes you wonder about a lot of them. A few names missing that really jump out at me: John Stuart Mill, Roger Bannister, Christopher Wren, Benjamin Britten, Henry Purcell, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Lord Byron. And I'm surprised it didn't include any actors such as Lawrence Olivier, Rex Harrison, Richard Burton, Sean Connery. Very odd definition of great some people have. Boy George?
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level 73
Dec 16, 2018
Burton is at #96
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level 46
Jul 27, 2014
There should be at least 20 footballers.
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level 66
Sep 15, 2014
If by "20" you mean "zero," I agree.
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level 75
Aug 3, 2014
Boy George is included but not one Bronte sister? I weep.
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level 50
Aug 10, 2014
3:00 left! Phew!
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level 46
Aug 25, 2014
Surprised to see that the Quizmaster hasn't heard of Brunel
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level ∞
Sep 5, 2014
I updated the quiz to add clues!
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level 73
Dec 16, 2018
Why titles for some writers and not for musicians? (Well it would've been easier for me the other way round :P)
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level 66
Sep 15, 2014
I thought Philo Farnsworth invented the television. Just read on Wikipedia that Baird's moving picture demonstration was first. Also didn't realize Farnsworth was American. I thought he was British. :D
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level 56
Sep 22, 2014
Better without the clues.
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level 72
Sep 29, 2014
"Campbell" doesn't work - can you accept that please? (now I know why he's on 5%!!!)
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level ∞
Sep 29, 2014
Fixed
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level 50
Oct 5, 2014
Philo T. Farnsworth invented the television. And didn't Nazi Germany invent the jet engine? Or were they the first to use it on a jet?
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level 22
Oct 5, 2014
What about Henry Hudson?
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level 32
Oct 5, 2014
The clue for Tony Benn is wrong - he was a Labour politician, not Liberal.
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level ∞
Oct 5, 2014
Changed it to Labour, although I meant Liberal in terms of the political ideology, not the political party.
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level 67
Oct 5, 2014
People voted for this list and for many people pop singers and footballers are more important than people in other fields of endeavour. Ask family and friends who the most important people are today and you may be surprised at their answers........
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level 63
Oct 5, 2014
I shall never make fun of an American again.
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level 35
Oct 6, 2014
Id have to argue against the television inventor listed here; much of what I have read over the years have said that Philo Farnsworth, an American, invented television.
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level 62
Apr 2, 2016
No one person invented anything.
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level 19
Oct 7, 2014
I'm glad James Connelly will never see his name on this list. For the record Irish people are not Britons.
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level 28
Sep 3, 2015
Northern Irish people are indeed British.
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level 33
Dec 21, 2018
Officially, I'm pretty sure no, but essentially yes.
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level 46
Oct 8, 2014
Surnames worked for most answers...but randomly "Harrison" and "Richard" did not. Please fix the consistency, otherwise great quiz!
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level 32
Oct 23, 2014
Freddy mercury was not born in the uk I believe he was from Lebanon but may be mistaken
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level 67
Aug 4, 2015
Freddy was born in Tanzania (then Zanzibar) to parents of Indian (Gujarati) extraction. Freddy was a British Citizen at birth and remained so for life.
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level 62
Apr 2, 2016
Zanzibar and India were both British countries at the time.
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level 23
Dec 11, 2014
Shame Richard Trevethick is always missed off these lists....
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level 40
Jan 20, 2015
Guy Gibson and/or The Dam Busters
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level 76
Oct 10, 2015
I wanted to put "Captain John Hatteras" for polar explorer. Sadly he is fictitious, and nobody knows who he is anyway.
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level 76
Oct 28, 2015
And Samuel Fergusson for African explorer... darn it, I think I've been reading too much Jules Verne.
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level 58
Nov 30, 2015
As a Brit, I have seen this list before and am still horrified at the choices some people have made. Taking the political element out (I would be here all day otherwise!) it amazes me that people think Michael Crawford is a greater Briton than Stephen Hawking. I mean, seriously, based on what exactly?!
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level 72
Mar 9, 2016
It's really quite depressing that some of these names are on this list, especially at the expense of certain others
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level 45
Mar 15, 2016
Wonder what the definition of great is. Churchill was an accomplished figurehead and highly influential figure, but as a human being he was absolute evil.
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level 62
Apr 2, 2016
Well, he was a Tory.
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level 34
Jul 26, 2016
Also Tony Blair/Thatcher over Disraeli?
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level 62
Dec 29, 2016
You need to accept way more spelling errors. It's almost impossible with the current time limit if I also have to figure out how to spell some of these surnames. I didn't get Tolkien when I misspelt it "Tolkein" so I moved on. You should also accept "Bruce" for Robert the Bruce since it is sometimes used as his surname.
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level 59
Jun 5, 2019
If you don't know how to spell Tolkien, all the rest of your complaints are invalid ;)
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level 68
Dec 29, 2016
Most lists of this kind are divisive, but this one is just shameful. It's not a list of the greatest Britons. It's just a popularity contest among not particularly bright individuals.
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level 63
Jan 14, 2017
Ok Time to add sir Terry Pratchett, isnt it? Maybe there are some updates to that source list by now
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level 58
Jul 15, 2017
I'm surprised Alfred Hitchcock wasn't in the top 98.
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level 59
Sep 30, 2017
Johnny Rotten is in there but Sting is not. The Beatles are all separate. Some clues are clueless... sorry this is a bad quiz
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level 48
Oct 19, 2017
This list is ridiculous - but don't blame the quiz master, blame the British people - it is based on what they (we) said. To anyone who thinks referenda (or even democracy) are a good idea, how can you entrust decisions to people who think Princess Diana contributed more to history than Newton or Shakespeare?
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level 67
Oct 19, 2017
I agree with your statement 100%.
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level 69
Dec 21, 2018
Yes, but ...any list like this is going to be skewed by people in the public eye at the moment. This is 16 years old. I very much doubt that Diana would be number 3 now whereas a lot of the truly important historical figures will still be there. Oh, and I'm not sure the British should be sneered at for voting for Diana by people from the country that elected Donald Trump.
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level 78
Oct 19, 2017
Really skewed to current popular celebrities but that's what happens when you ask the general population to list important people. If you're out of sight you're out of mind. Crazy that Attlee, Gladstone, Pitt and Disraeli are not on the list. That would be like Americans excluding Lincoln, Jefferson, Teddy Roosevelt and Washington. I would like to think that we (yanks) are better than that but I know that probably isn't true.
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level 54
Dec 8, 2017
This list is quite extensive but could have went on for pages and pages, just people's own opinions on who is The Greatest in their particular field, not surprised there are so many variances on what one person thinks should be in over another.
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level 40
Mar 30, 2018
Of course they don't mean 'great, in the sense of good' there is Crowley on there, for goodness sake!!!!!
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level 59
Jun 5, 2019
Being an occultist this comment works on its own, but knowing the character named crowley makes this extra funny :)
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level 79
May 23, 2018
Be honest: who here got John Harrison legitimately, and not just as a freebie because you were typing in names of Beatles? (I sure didn't.)
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level 73
Dec 16, 2018
Typo at #91: Magnestism
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level 58
Dec 21, 2018
No "Nightengale"? Probably less alternative/incorrect spelling energy on these really long quizzes...
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level 33
Dec 21, 2018
George Best (ignore the alcohol). Also MCB/Methody got me Jon Wesley, only 15%!
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level 50
Dec 22, 2018
64 and proud!
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level 25
Jan 5, 2019
I'm surprised to see someone like Thomas Paine on the list.
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level 68
Apr 10, 2019
Johnny Rotten on the list, but no Keats or Shelley. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA............The English are crazier than us Americans.
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level 72
Apr 26, 2019
You obviously haven't seen his butter adverts - they changed the world