# Quiz 152

## Quiz 152 – Round 2 – TV

TV narrators quiz – Who narrates/narrated the following UK TV shows?

1. Love Island

Iain Stirling

2. Big Brother

Marcus Bentley

3. Blind Date (Since Paul O’Grady took over as host)

Melanie Sykes

4. Come Dine with Me

Dave Lamb

5. W1A

David Tennant

6. Meerkat Manor

Bill Nighy

7. Who Do You Think You Are?

Mark Strong

8. Pineapple Dance Studios

Michael Buerke

9. Eat Well for Less

Liza Tarbuck

10. Dragons’ Den

Evan Davis

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## Quiz 152 – Round 3 – Maths

1. What is four-fifths as a decimal?

0.8

2. What is the volume of a cube which has edges measuring 5cm?

125cm³ (centimetres cubed)

3. How many months are there in twelve years?

144

4. What is the next number in the series: 2, 9, 30, 93, …?

282 (multiply the previous number by three and then add three)

5. If y=10x − 1 and the value of x is 10, what is the value of y?

99

6. If a recipe requires 400 grams of potatoes for four people, how many kilograms would be required for twelve people?

1.2kg (Note difference in measurement – question given in grams and answer requires conversion to kilograms)

7. A dress has a thirty percent discount applied and is on sale for £63. What was the original price of the dress before the reduction?

£90

8. Geoff thinks of a number. He deducts five from it and then divides the result by three. His answer is 25. What number did he start with?

80

9. What is nine-tenths of 2000?

1800

10. 3 − 7 × 4 = ?

-25 (minus 25 – multiplication should be completed before subtraction)

## Quiz 152 – Round 4 – The UK

In which UK cities could you visit the following?

1. Jorvik Viking Centre

York

2. Bullring Shopping Centre

Birmingham

3. Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Glasgow

4. Crucible Theatre

Sheffield

5. Arthur’s Seat

Edinburgh

6. S.S. Great Britain

Bristol

Leeds

8. Royal Albert Memorial Museum

Exeter

9. The Royal Albert Dock

Liverpool

Cardiff

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## Quiz 152 – Round 5 – Music

1. What is the real name of rapper Eminem?

Marshall Bruce Mathers III (accept Marshall Mathers)

2. Which original member of Take That released the solo album “In Your Own Time” in 2003?

Mark Owen

3. In which year did the Lightning Seeds, David Baddiel and Frank Skinner release the original version of “Three Lions”?

1996

4. Which two artists duet on the song “Me Against the Music”, released in 2003?

5. Which British artist can be seen performing “The Hits” show at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas from November 2018?

Rod Stewart

6. Which comedian wrote the music and lyrics to the musical “Matilda”?

Tim Minchin

7. Who performed the song “The A Team” with Ed Sheeran at the 2013 Grammy Awards?

Elton John

8. Who featured on the 2002 single “A Little Less Conversation” with JXL?

Elvis Presley

9. What was the name of the tour and subsequent documentary that Michael Jackson was rehearsing for in 2009 when he died?

This Is It

10. Whose 10th solo album, released in 1978, was called “Modern Priscilla”?

Cilla Black

## Quiz 152 – Round 6 – Science and Nature

Muscle Quiz – Where in the human body would you find the following muscles?

1. Deltoid

Top of arm/shoulder

2. Soleus

Lower leg/calf

3. Masseter

Jaw/face

Inner thigh

5. Occipitofrontalis

Hand

7. Scalene muscles

Neck (Three muscles in the neck)

Foot

9. Biceps brachii

Upper arm

10. Pectoralis major

Chest

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## Quiz 152 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. When referring to a cash machine, what does ‘ATM’ stand for?

Automated Teller Machine

2. In which group were England in the 2018 FIFA World Cup?

Group G (alongside Belgium, Tunisia and Panama)

3. In which decade was Donald Trump born?

1940s (born 14th June 1946)

4. Who was the 2018 Wimbledon Women’s Singles champion?

Angelique Kerber

5. How many sides has a pentacontagon?

50 (A fifty-sided polygon)

6. In which country was Amal Clooney born?

Lebanon

7. What was the first name of the character played by Alison Steadman in the hit sitcom ‘Gavin and Stacey’?

Pam

8. Who was the first ever winner of ‘Britain’s Got Talent’?

Paul Potts

9. Which word can come before ‘lion’, ‘bike’ and ‘warehouse’ to make names for other things?

Mountain

10. Which was the first product to be launched by Henry J Heinz and L Clarence Noble in 1869?