European Flags Quiz

Quiz 133 – Round 1 – Picture Round

European Flags Quiz – Pub quiz picture round with ten European flags. Can your contestants identify them?

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1. Sweden

By Jon Harald Søby and others. – This flag is regulated by Swedish Law, Act 1970:498, which states that “in commercial activities, the coats of arms, the flag or other official insignia of Sweden may not be used in a trademark or other insignia for products or services without proper authorization. This includes any mark or text referring to the Swedish government which thus can give the commercial mark a sign of official endorsement. This includes municipal coats of arms which are registered.”, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=389852

2. Ukraine

By Government of Ukraine – ДСТУ 4512:2006 — Державний прапор України. Загальні технічні умови, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=421234

3. Belgium

By Dbenbenn and others – Van den Bussche, E., Chief of Protocol, Belgian Federal Department of the Interior (2008) Noble Belgique, ô Mère chérie – LE PROTOCOLE EN BELGIQUE (PROTOCOL IN BELGIUM), Heule: Editions UGA ISBN: 9789067689359.iThe source code of this SVG is valid., Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=342972

4. Cyprus

By User:Vzb83 – Own work, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=433230

5. Iceland

By Árni Dagur, and Magasjukur2 – Proportions: Forsetisráðuneyti Íslands Colours: Alþingi, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=318251

6. Portugal

By Columbano Bordalo Pinheiro (1910; generic design); Vítor Luís Rodrigues; António Martins-Tuválkin (2004; this specific vector set: see sources) – http://jorgesampaio.arquivo.presidencia.pt/pt/republica/simbolos/bandeiras/index.html#imgs, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=433235

7. Slovakia

By SKopp – Own work; here, colors, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=343740

8. Germany

Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=343071

9. Albania

Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=369728

10. Bulgaria

By SKopp – The flag of Bulgaria. The colors are specified at http://www.government.bg/cgi-bin/e-cms/vis/vis.pl?s=001&p=0034&n=000005&g= as:White: Pantone SafeGreen: 17-5936 (Green TC) [textile color] [1]Red: 18-1664 (Fiery Red TC) [2], Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=342993

 

 

 

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TV Characters Quiz

Quiz 133 – Round 2 – TV and Film

TV Characters quiz – Below is a list of TV programmes, the names of which describe the group of people who star in it. Can you tell us all of the first names of the main group of characters? We have given how many names we are looking for in brackets.

1. Friends (6)

Joey, Chandler, Ross, Rachel, Monica and Phoebe

2. The Golden Girls (4)

Blanche, Dorothy, Rose and Sophia

3. The Likely Lads (2)

Terry and Bob

4. The IT Crowd (3)

Maurice, Roy and Jen

5. The Young Ones (4)

Vyvyan, Rick, Neil and Mike

6. Birds of a Feather (3)

Sharon, Tracey and Dorien

7. Dinnerladies (5 – Dinnerladies only)

Bren, Dolly, Jean, Twinkle and Anita

8. Men Behaving Badly (2)

Gary and Tony (Dermot was Gary’s original flatmate in the first series, so accept also Gary and Dermot)

9. The Simpsons (5)

Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie

10. Two and a Half Men (3)

Charlie, Alan and Jake (Later series had a different cast – accept also ‘Walden, Alan and Jake’)

 

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Science Quiz

Quiz 133 – Round 3 – Science and Nature

1. Bakelite, the world’s first fully synthetic plastic, was patented in which decade?

1900s (Patent was filed in 1907 and granted in 1909)

2. What is the name of the order of insects that includes butterflies and moths?

Lepidoptera

3. How many discs are there in a human spine: 13, 23 or 33?

23

4. Which planet in our solar system has the most moons?

Jupiter (69 confirmed moons as of 2017)

5. What is the chemical symbol for the element mercury?

Hg

6. The adjective ‘hircine’ refers to which animal?

Goat

7. ‘Saki’ and ‘Patas’ are types of which animal?

Monkey

8. Which two-word term is often used as a name for a biogas produced in wetland areas which consists predominantly of methane?

Marsh gas (‘Swamp gas’ or ‘bog gas’ equally acceptable)

9. If you suffered from ophidiophobia which animal would you be afraid of?

Snakes

10. What is the standard unit of electrical resistance?

Ohm

 

 

 

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Backing Bands Quiz

Quiz 133 – Round 4 – Music

Backing bands quiz – Can you name the backing bands who performed with these artists?

1. Martha Reeves and the…

Vandellas

2. Gladys Knight and the…

Pips

3. Huey Lewis and the…

News

4. KC and the…

Sunshine Band

5. Siouxsie and the…

Banshees

6. Katrina and the…

Waves

7. Tom Petty and the…

Heartbreakers

8. Gloria Estefan and the…

Miami Sound Machine

9. Nick Cave and the…

Bad Seeds

10. Bruce Hornsby and the…

Range

 

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History Pub Quiz Questions and Answers

Quiz 133 – Round 5 – History

1. Boudicca was queen of which historic tribe of eastern Britain?

Iceni (or Eceni)

2. D-Day and the Normandy landings took place on which date?

June 6th 1944

3. Which war was ended by the Treaty of Paris in 1783?

American revolutionary War

4. In which year did the United Nations officially come into existence?

1945

5. Who succeeded Charles II as King of England after his death in 1685?

James II (of England and VII of Scotland)

6. What was the first name of the doctor who invented the Heimlich manoeuvre?

Henry

7. Who was the first British monarch to visit India?

George V (1911)

8. In which century did Joan of Arc live?

15th Century (Lived from 1412 until 1431)

9. Which battle was the final confrontation in the Jacobite rising of 1745?

Battle of Culloden

10. Aquae Sulis was the Roman name for which English city?

Bath

 

 

 

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UK Motorway Service Stations Quiz

Quiz 133 – Round 6 – UK Geography

UK motorway service stations quiz – On which UK motorway are the following services?

1. Beaconsfield Services

M40

2. Watford Gap Services

M1

3. Thurrock Services

M25

4. Membury Services

M4

5. Medway Services

M2

6. Killington Lake services

M6

7. Hartshead Moor Services

M62

8. Gordano Services

M5

9. Chester Services

M56

10. Bothwell services

M74

 

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Quiz 133 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. Which member of the original line-up of the Rolling Stones was born first?

Bill Wyman (1936)

2. Which country won the 2017 UEFA Women’s Euro?

Netherlands

3. Who created the cartoon cat Garfield?

Jim Davis

4. How many furlongs are there in a mile?

8

5. In which year was the National Curriculum introduced into state schools in England, Wales and Northern Ireland?

1988

6. How many people have held the post of Prime Minister of the UK since Margaret Thatcher?

Five (John Major, Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Theresa May)

7. In which continent is the coldest place on Earth?

Antarctica (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-25287806)

8. Which English town has previously been named ‘Duroliponte’ and ‘Cantabrigia’?

Cambridge

9. On what date do the French celebrate Bastille Day?

14th July

10. Who is the current Prime Minister of Australia?

Malcolm Turnbull

 

 

 

 

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