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Quiz 122 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. Two pairs of United States Presidents have been father and son – Can you give both surnames?

Bush and Adams (George Bush and George W. Bush, John Adams and John Quincy Adams)

2. What was the name of the 2016 film sequel to ‘Finding Nemo’?

Finding Dory

3. Who was the first ever presenter of University Challenge?

Bamber Gascoigne

4. What is the sum of the prime numbers between 30 and 50?

199 (31+37+41+43+47)

5. What was the first name of the German philosopher Nietzsche?

Friedrich

6. There are four ‘Tate’ museums – Where are they all?

Tate Britain (London), Tate Modern (London), Tate Liverpool and Tate St. Ives

7. What type of creature is a dugite?

Type of snake

8. Who wrote the thriller ‘Apple Tree Yard’, which was adapted into a four-part series by the BBC in 2016?

Louise Doughty

9. Who was the first narrator of the Channel Four show ‘Gogglebox’?

Caroline Aherne

10. In which year was Prince Harry born?

1984

 

 

 

 

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Easter Quiz Questions

Easter Quiz – Round 7 – General Knowledge

Ten Easter quiz questions with a downloadable question paper for contestants. (Link at end of quiz)

1. How many marzipan balls should sit on top of a Simnel cake?

11 (To represent the 12 disciples minus Judas)

2. According to the Gospel of Matthew, for how many silver coins did Judas Iscariot betray Jesus?

Thirty

3. The Easter Rising, or Easter Rebellion, took place in Ireland in which year?

1916

4. How many days after Easter Sunday is Pentecost celebrated?

49 (Fifty if you count Easter Sunday itself)

5. How is the equivalent of Shrove Tuesday known in France?

Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday)

6. Which 1948 film starred Judy Garland as Hannah Brown and Fred Astaire as Don Hewes?

Easter Parade

7. Which British actress provided the voice for the Cadbury’s Caramel bunny?

Miriam Margolyes

8. Which 1987 film inspired the term ‘bunny boiler’?

Fatal Attraction

9. What is the name for a female rabbit?

Doe

10. In a 1996 ‘The Vicar of Dibley’ episode, Geraldine takes over the role of Dibley Easter Bunny. Who had done the job previously?

Leticia Cropley  (She passes away and Geraldine takes over ‘Easter Bunny’ duties)

 

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Quiz 121 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. Which river, the second longest in Scotland, flows through Glasgow?

River Clyde

2. Which is the closest prime number to 100?

101

3. Which news and social networking service was founded by Jack Dorsey, Noah Glass, Biz Stone and Evan Williams?

Twitter

4. Which English composer’s works include ‘The Enigma Variations’ and the ‘Pomp and Circumstance Military Marches’?

Edward Elgar

5. How many squares are there on a standard Scrabble board?

225 (15 X 15)

6. “Hugo has been doing his homework.” Specifically, which tense is this sentence in?

Present perfect continuous

7. Which is the most expensive property to purchase on a standard UK Monopoly board?

Mayfair

8. Which chemical element has the atomic number three?

Lithium

9. Which football club plays at Pride Park stadium?

Derby County

10. How many different animals are there in the Chinese Zodiac?

12

 

 

 

 

 

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Quiz 120 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. What colour is Coventry Street on a UK Monopoly board?

Yellow

2. ‘The Laughing Cavalier’ is a 1624 Baroque portrait by which Dutch painter?

Frans Hals

3.How many players are there on an American football team?

Eleven

4. Which has the greater land mass, North Korea or South Korea?

North Korea (46,540 square miles – South Korea has 38,690 square miles)

5. Who was Chief Inspector George Gently’s sidekick?

John Bacchus

6. Where is Sir Isaac Newton buried?

Westminster Abbey

7. What is the capital of Lebanon?

Beirut

8. Who became champion of celebrity winter sports programme ‘The Jump’ in March 2017?

Spencer Matthews

9. What is the official language of Andorra?

Catalan

10. In which year was the first ever Academy Awards ceremony?

1929

 

 

 

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St. Patrick's Day

St. Patrick’s Day Quiz – Round 7 – General Knowledge

St. Patrick’s Day quiz questions.

1. Which three colours are on the Irish flag?

Green, white and orange

2. On which date is St. Patrick’s Day?

17th March

3. What is a shillelagh?

A thick stick of blackthorn used as a walking cane or a weapon

4. What was the vocation of Saint Patrick?

Missionary/bishop

5. What are the two main ingredients of colcannon?

Mashed potato and cabbage/kale

6. According to tradition, which creatures did Saint Patrick drive out of Ireland?

Snakes

7. Which type of alcohol is added to coffee to make it ‘Irish’?

Irish whiskey

8. Which female Irish novelist’s titles include ‘Light a Penny Candle’, ‘The Copper Beech’, ‘Circle of Friends’ and ‘Evening Class’?

Maeve Binchy

9. Which Irish sitcom was set on the fictional ‘Craggy Island’?

Father Ted

10. How many times have Ireland won the Eurovision Song Contest?

Seven (1970, 1980, 1987, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996)

 

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Quiz 119 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. Of which British band is Tom Chaplin the lead singer?

Keane

2. ‘Thicken’ is an anagram of which other word?

Kitchen

3. Which American novelist’s works include ‘A Perfect Stranger’, ‘Fine Things’ and ‘Family Ties’?

Danielle Steel

4. What was the name of the boy whose toys came alive in the ‘Toy Story’ films?

Andy

5. Which English rapper, singer and songwriter was born Patrick Chukwuemeka Okogwu?

Tinie Tempah

6. Which ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ professional partnered Fiona Phillips, Lulu and Victoria Pendleton?

Brendan Cole

7. Which Hindu God is the first of the triumvirate (trinity) and is responsible for creation of the world and all its creatures?

Brahma

8. In which country was the actor Richard E. Grant born?

Swaziland

9. What is the capital of Cyprus?

Nicosia

10. Which John Steinbeck work tells the story of George Milton and Lennie Small?

Of Mice and Men

 

 

 

 

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Quiz 118 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. On the 6th February 2017 Queen Elizabeth II became the first British monarch to reach which jubilee? (Gemstone required, not number of years)

Sapphire

2. To which country do the Faroe Islands belong?

Denmark

3. What is the name of Ben Affleck’s younger brother, who is also an actor?

Casey Affleck

4. How many lines are there in a limerick?

5

5. What is the capital city of Bulgaria?

Sofia

6. Who created the fictional detective Jules Maigret?

Georges Simenon

7. Who has been married to Penny Calvert, Anthea Redfern and Wilnelia Merced?

Bruce Forsyth

8. Who won a Laurence Olivier Award in 2006 under the category of ‘Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical’ for her appearance in Victoria Wood’s ‘Acorn Antiques: The Musical’?

Celia Imrie

9. In the University known as ‘UWE Bristol’, what does ‘UWE’ stand for?

University of the West of England

10. According the proverb, who is not recognised in his own land?

A prophet

 

 

 

 

 

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Quiz 117 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. In terms of area, which island is the largest in the Mediterranean Sea?

Sicily

2. In which country is ‘Barsac’ wine produced?

France

3. How many long triangles are there in total on a backgammon board?

24

4. How many permanently inhabited Channel Islands are there?

8 (Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark, Herm, Jethou, Lihou and Brechou – There are also some smaller uninhabited islands)

5. Which letter in Morse Code consists of one single dash?

T

6. Which country has a national anthem entitled ‘Wilhelmus’ which can be translated as the name ‘William’?

Netherlands

7. The loganberry is a hybrid of which two fruits?

Raspberry and blackberry

8. A ‘Harvey Wallbanger’ is a cocktail consisting of vodka, orange juice and what?

Galliano

9. How often does a ‘vicennial’ event occur?

Once every 20 years

10. According to Guinness World Records Jeanne Louise Calment of France holds the record for being the oldest human being to have ever lived (fully authenticated). To what age did she survive?

122 (122 years and 164 days)

 

 

 

 

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Quiz 116 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. After whom was the Teddy Bear named?

President Theodore Roosevelt

2. How many spots are there on twelve dice?

252 (21 spots on one die, 21×12=252)

3. Which evil mythological creature was part woman and part bird, having a human face and a bird’s wings and claws?

Harpy

4. What is the national flower of Scotland?

Thistle

5. Who hosts the ITV dating show ‘Take Me Out’?

Paddy McGuinness

6. What is the name of the Armed Forces Radio Service DJ played by Robin Williams in ‘Good Morning Vietnam’, upon whom the film is loosely based?

Adrian Cronauer

7. Which three teams were relegated from the Premier League at the end of the 2015-16 season?

Newcastle United, Norwich City and Aston Villa

8. Which artist painted the most expensive painting ever sold at action to date?

Pablo Picasso (‘Nude, Green Leaves and Bust’ which sold for $106.5 million in 2010)

9. Which English monarch had the nickname ‘Harefoot’?

Harold I

10. What is 2017 in Roman numerals?

MMXVII

 

 

 

 

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Quiz 115 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. What were the first names of detectives Dalziel and Pascoe?

Andy Dalziel and Peter Pascoe

2. How many rooms are there in the original version of the game of ‘Cluedo’ where the murder can take place?

9 (Kitchen, ballroom, conservatory, dining room, billiard room, library, lounge, hall and study)

3. Which German singer had a 1999 hit with a revived version of ‘Mambo Number 5’?

Lou Bega

4. What was the name of the first Roald Dahl children’s book to be published?

The Gremlins (The hit 1984 film was not this book, although it is said to be loosely inspired by it)

5. How is the condition ‘scrivener’s palsy’ better known?

Writer’s cramp

6. Which team was the first ever winner of the FA Premier League?

Manchester United

7. Thomas Derbyshire and Robert Harper use stage names and formed a double act – how are they better known?

Cannon and Ball

8. What is seventeen cubed?

4,913

9. In the American television series ‘The Waltons’ what was the name of youngest of the seven children?

Elizabeth Walton

10. Aegean Airlines is the largest airline of which country?

Greece

 

 

 

 

 

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2016 Quiz – Round 7 – General Knowledge

2016 Pub Quiz Questions – General Knowledge questions based on the events of the year.

1. Which musical, based on a 2005 film starring Judi Dench and Bob Hoskins, opened a run at the Noel Coward Theatre in February?

Mrs Henderson Presents

2. Who came second to Hillary Clinton in the race to become the Democrat candidate in the 2016 US presidential election?

Bernie Sanders

3. Which highly anticipated 3rd film in a series was the UK’s highest grossing film of the year?

Bridget Jones’s Baby

4. What was the name of the character played by Robbie Coltrane in the Channel 4 drama series ‘National Treasure’?

Paul Finchley

5. Which music legend was turned away from a Grammy’s after-party in February, which was being held by the rapper ‘Tyga’?

Paul McCartney

6. A new government acronym ‘JAM’ appeared this year – What does it stand for?

Just About Managing (Referring to individuals who are ‘Just About Managing’ financially)

7. Under which name did Anna Georgette Gilford find fame this year?

Honey G (X Factor)

8. Which American actress from the golden age of Hollywood celebrated her 100th birthday on July 1st this year?

Olivia de Havilland

9. Who is the Republican vice president elect?

Mike Pence

10. Which sporting feat did Tim Peake complete whilst aboard the International Space Station on 24th April 2016?

He ran the London Marathon from a treadmill

 

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Quiz 114 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. Einstein’s theory of relativity can be written as E=mc2. What does the ‘E’ stand for?

Energy (of a physical system)

2. Was President Richard Nixon a Democrat or a Republican?

Republican

3. Which child actor played the eldest son, Jake Brockman, in TV sitcom ‘Outnumbered’?

Tyger Drew-Honey

4. In which year did the International Astronomical Union downgrade the status of Pluto from planet to ‘dwarf planet’?

2006

5. In which James Bond film did singer Grace Jones appear as a character called ‘May Day’?

A View to a Kill

6. According to the proverb, of what is discretion the better part?

Valour

7. In which year did women achieve equal voting rights to men in the UK?

1928 (The Equal Franchise Act – All over the age of 21 could vote. The Representation of the People Act in 1918 only allowed women over 30 who met certain criteria the right to vote)

8. Three-time Formula One World Champion Ayrton Senna died in 1994 after crashing into a barrier while he was leading in the Grand Prix where?

San Marino

9.Who was the oldest member of Spice Girls?

Geri Halliwell

10. Which vessels carry oxygenated blood away from the heart, veins or arteries?

Arteries

 

 

 

 

 

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Quiz 113 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. Which two famous songwriters composed the theme tune for the original 1966 film version of ‘Alfie’?

Burt Bacharach and Hal David

2. Of which country was Pieter Willem Botha the last serving Prime Minister, who held the post between 1978 and 1984?

South Africa (He became the first executive State President in 1984)

3. In computing terms, what does AGP stand for?

Accelerated Graphics Port

4. According to the Chinese zodiac the year commencing on 28th January 2017 will be the year of which animal?

Rooster

5. Which ‘birthstone’ is associated with the month of September?

Sapphire

6. In which country would you find Shinjuku railway station?

Japan (Tokyo)

7. Which American singer, songwriter and actor was born Francesco Paolo LoVecchio on March 30th 1913?

Frankie Laine

8. How many German ‘states’ or ‘Bundesländer’ are there?

16 (See this link for a list)

9. What does an anemometer measure?

Wind speed

10. Is the human large intestine or small intestine longer?

Small intestine (Length of small intestine can vary greatly, from around 3 metres to ten metres long. The large intestine is usually around 1.5 metres long)

 

 

 

 

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Quiz 112 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. A mandrake is a type of what?

Plant

2. Which Italian former footballer earned himself the nickname ‘The Divine Ponytail’?

Roberto Baggio

3. In which year did Ken Livingstone become Mayor of London?

2000

4. Who had a 1986 hit with the song ‘Always There’, a version of the theme tune from the 80s TV show ‘Howards’ Way’ with lyrics?

Marti Webb

5. Who plays the title character in the ITV comedy drama series ‘Doc Martin’?

Martin Clunes

6. What is the national currency of Sri Lanka?

Sri Lankan Rupee

7. Who gives his name to the Channel 4 show ‘____ ____’s Amazing Spaces’?

George Clarke

8. How many zeros are there in a trillion?

12 (There will likely be some discussion about this – please see this article http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-15478580)

9. What is the name of the stretch of water which separates the Orkney Islands from mainland Scotland?

Pentland Firth

10. How many playing spaces are there on a Monopoly board?

40

 

 

 

 

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Quiz 111 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. Which duo, who are often described as a one-hit wonder, had a number one single in 1975 called ‘Barbados’ which was covered by the Vengaboys in 1999 and renamed ‘We’re Going to Ibiza’?

Typically Tropical

2. In terms of population which is the second largest city in Wales?

Swansea

3. Which book of the Bible tells the story of Samson and Delilah?

Judges

4. The cover artwork for the ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ by the Beatles was designed by two pop artists, using an ink drawing by Paul McCartney. Can you name either artist?

Peter Blake or Jann Haworth

5. In Greek mythology, who killed the Minotaur?

Theseus

6. In which month of the year 1912 did RMS Titanic sink after colliding with an iceberg?

April

7. In which year will the next Rugby World Cup take place?

2019

8. ‘Leaves of Grass’, which was first published in 1855, is a collection of the work of which American poet?

Walt Whitman

9. Worcester, Lowell, New Bedford and Brockton are all cities in which American state?

Massachusetts

10. Which river flows through the city of Durham?

River Wear

 

 

 

 

 

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Quiz 110 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. What is the name given to a female swan?

Pen

2. What was the capital of England before London?

Winchester

3. For what did the Austrian Felix Baumgartner become famous in 2012?

Setting a world skydiving record after jumping from the edge of space, 24 miles above the Earth’s surface

4. What was the name of the butler in the 1970s TV series ‘Upstairs, Downstairs’?

Mr Angus Hudson

5. “All the leaves are brown and the sky is grey…” What are the next 9 words?

I’ve been for a walk on a winter’s day (California Dreamin’)

6. Where on a horse would you find the ‘gaskin’?

On its hind leg (upper part)

7. In fashion, what does FCUK stand for?

French Connection United Kingdom

8. Name all four houses in Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw and Slytherin

9. What is the national currency of Iceland?

Icelandic króna

10. What is the name of the day of remembrance observed by New Zealanders and Australians (and several other countries/islands) on 25th April each year?

Anzac Day

 

 

 

 

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Halloween Quiz 2 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. Which collective noun is given to a group of witches?

Coven/Incantation

2. Which prolific horror writer has published novels entitled ‘Demon Seed’, ‘Odd Thomas’, ‘Fear Nothing’ and ‘Sole Survivor’?

Dean Koontz

3. Which 1938 song was written by Harry Warren, was first performed by Louis Armstrong and was featured in the 1938 film ‘Going Places’?

Jeepers Creepers

4. What are the first names of the two children in ‘The Addams Family’?

Wednesday and Pugsley

5. In which of Shakespeare’s plays does the sorcerer ‘Prospero’ appear?

The Tempest

6. Which famous illusionist died on Halloween in 1926?

Harry Houdini

7. Which former Apollo 11 astronaut was born on Halloween in 1930?

Michael Collins

8. In which horror film series is Jason Voorhees the main character?

Friday 13th

9. What is the main food source of a vampire bat?

Blood

10. Who played the ‘Grand High Witch’ in the 1990 film adaptation of Roald Dahl’s ‘The Witches’?

Anjelica Huston

 

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Quiz 109 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. Who is the lead vocalist of British rock band Mumford & Sons?

Marcus Mumford

2. The adjective ‘malar’ is used to refer to which part of the human body?

Cheek/side of head

3. If an insect is ‘xylophagous’, what does it feed off?

Wood

4. In which British newspaper did the cartoon strip ‘The Perishers’ appear, between 1959 and 2006?

Daily Mirror

5. ‘The appliance of science’ was an advertising slogan used by which manufacturer of household electrical goods?

Zanussi

6. Which river flows through Settle, Clitheroe and Preston?

Ribble

7. On which date of the year do the French celebrate ‘Bastille Day’?

July 14th

8. Which British sitcom was set at the fictional ‘Bayview Retirement Home’?

Waiting for God

9. On which continent is the State of Eritrea?

Africa

10. Who has written novels entitled ‘High Fidelity’, ‘About a Boy’ and ‘A Long Way Down’?

Nick Hornby

 

 

 

 

 

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Quiz 108 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. In which Shakespeare play would you find the characters Valentine, Proteus, Silvia and Julia?

Two Gentlemen of Verona

2. What is the first name of ITV’s criminal barrister Judge Rinder?

Robert

3. Who was acting leader of the Liberal Democrat party for 2 months before the election of Nick Clegg in December 2007?

Vince Cable

4. How many points is the letter J worth in a game of Scrabble?

8

5. Which two men present BBC TV show ‘Eat Well For Less’, in which they try to save the British public money on their weekly grocery shop?

Gregg Wallace and Chris Bavin

6.Which Christian hymn begins with the words “O Lord my God, When I in awesome wonder, Consider all the worlds Thy hands have made”?

How Great Thou Art

7. What shape is rotini pasta?

Corkscrew/Helix

8. In Judaism what is meant by the Hebrew word ‘Mitzvah’?

Commandment (Referring to the 613 commandments given in the Torah)

9. Who is actor Emilio Estevez’s famous father?

Martin Sheen

10. Which contains the most calories: A McDonald’s Big Mac or a Burger King Bacon Double Cheeseburger?

A Big Mac (A Big Mac in the UK has 508 kcal, a Bacon Double Cheeseburger has 380kcal)

 

 

 

 

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Quiz 107 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. Michael Phelps is the most decorated Olympian of all time, but how many medals has he won?

28

2. What was the name of the character played by Bill Murray in the 1984 film Ghostbusters?

Dr. Peter Venkman

3. What is the lowest number that cannot be scored with a single dart?

23

4. Who portrayed the artist JMW Turner in the 2014 film ‘Mr Turner’?

Timothy Spall

5. In which year is Halley’s Comet next predicted to be visible from Earth?

2061

6. In ‘The Munsters’, what was the name of Herman and Lily Munster’s only child?

Eddie Munster

7. Who created the character of Inspector Morse?

Colin Dexter

8. How many squares lie uncovered by playing pieces in the beginning of a game of chess?

32

9. Which American film actor was born Bernard Schwartz on June 3rd 1925?

Tony Curtis

10. In which Shakespeare play do the characters of Benedick, Beatrice and Don Pedro appear?

Much Ado About Nothing

 

 

 

 

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