Quiz 132

Celebrity Ages Quiz

Quiz 132 – Round 2 – Celebrities

Celebrity ages quiz – In which decade were these celebrities born?

1. Tom Jones

1940s (1940)

2. Annie Lennox

1950s (1954)

3. Andy Murray

1980s (1987)

4. Bruce Forsyth

1920s (1928)

5. Declan Donnelly

1970s (1975)

6. Davina McCall

1960s (1967)

7. Barack Obama

1960s (1961)

8. Dame Judi Dench

1930s (1934)

9. Rod Stewart

1940s (1945)

10. Justin Bieber

1990s (1994)



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Food and Drink

Quiz 132 – Round 3- Food and Drink

1. ‘Borlotti’ and ‘Tarbais’ are types of which food?


2. Mutton is meat from a sheep that is older than what age?

Two years

3. Which Scottish dish is made from oatmeal fried with fat, onions and seasonings?


4. From which fruit is the drink Perry made?


5. What type of food is burrata?

Cheese (Italian cheese made from mozzarella and cream)

6. With which meat is mint sauce traditionally served?


7. Which celebrity chef lost his right arm in a car accident shortly after becoming head chef at Gidleigh Park in Devon 1994?

Michael Caines

8. What was the cartoon cat Garfield’s favourite food?


9. In which country is the Kopparberg brewery, famous for its flavoured ciders?


10. Which two ingredients would you find in a gimlet cocktail?

Gin and lime juice






Town nicknames quiz

Quiz 132 – Round 4 – Town Nicknames

Town nicknames quiz – Can you identify the UK town or city from its nickname? In some instances towns have a number of nicknames, so we have only picked one for each.

1. Cottonopolis


2. Woolopolis


3. The Maiden City


4. Queen of the Midlands


5. The Merry City


6. Copperopolis


7. The City of Dreaming Spires


8. The Toon


9. Auld Reekie


10. City of Discovery



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TV and Film quiz questions

Quiz 132 – Round 5 – TV and Film

1. What was the name of the horse in ‘Steptoe and Son’?


2. Which 1990s sitcom starred Diana Weston, Joe McGann, Honor Blackman and Kelly Bright?

The Upper Hand

3. Who stars as the eponymous superhero in the 2017 film Spider-Man: Homecoming?

Tom Holland

4. How many series of The Great British Bake Off were broadcast by the BBC?


5. Which classic sitcom was set in a shop in Balby, South Yorkshire?

Open All Hours (and the recent ‘Still Open All Hours’)

6. How many ‘Back to the Future’ films were made?


7. In which controversial Channel 4 dating show do contestants see their potential partners’ naked bodies before seeing their faces?

Naked Attraction

8. Which Scottish actor’s film credits include ‘Angels & Demons’, ‘Moulin Rouge’ and ‘Trainspotting’?

Ewan McGregor

9. Which actress holds the record for most ‘Best Actress’ Oscars, with four to her name?

Katharine Hepburn (For ‘Morning Glory’, ‘Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner’, ‘The Lion in Winter’ and ‘On Golden Pond’)

10. In the sitcom ”Allo ‘Allo’, what was the name of the British spy who posed as a French policeman, despite being unable to speak fluent French?

Officer Crabtree





Sporting terms quiz

Quiz 132 – Round 6 – Sport

Sporting terms quiz – We will give you three terms used in the same sport. Can you identify which sport uses all three of those words in its terminology?

1. Backswing, lob and deuce


2. Quiver, fletching and upshot


3. Spike, shank and dig


4. Piste, moguls and baseplate


5. Chukka, knock-in and mallet


6. Backwall shot, boast and hand


7. Axel jump, camel spin and hydroblading

Figure skating

8. Scrum, flanker and full-back


9. Buddy check, Nitrox and surface interval

Scuba diving

10. Aero bars, road race and pannier



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Quiz 132 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. What is the capital of the US state of Tennessee?


2. What does ‘RP’ stand for when referring to the accent of Standard English in the UK?

Received Pronunciation

3. What is the name of the nearest star system to our sun?

Alpha Centauri

4. What do the fashionable initials DKNY stand for?

Donna Karan New York

5. Who hosts the ITV quiz show ‘Tenable’?

Warwick Davies

6. How many degrees are there in one and a half full turns?


7. According to the Kennel Club’s statistics for registered dogs, what was the most popular dog breed in the UK in 2016?

Labrador Retriever

8. What are the Duke of Cornwall’s four Christian names?

Charles Philip Arthur George

9. During the Brexit campaign, a bus famously quoted an amount that the EU allegedly cost the UK. How many pounds per week was this?

£350 million

10. “There was no possibility of taking a walk that day.” This is the opening line of which classic work of literature?

Jane Eyre – Charlotte Brontë