Quiz 33

Picture Round

Quiz 33 – Round 1 – Picture Round

This week’s picture round is all about UK Prime Ministers. Download the picture quiz by clicking on the grey box and print out your answers too from underneath.




1. David Cameron

David Cameron, British Prime Minister,” © 2011 Department for Business, Inovation and Skills, used under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/2.0/deed.en

2. Harold Wilson

Harold Wilson Number 10 official.jpg” – By Vivienne (Florence Mellish Entwistle) (Active 1940, died 1982) [This file is licensed under the Open Government Licence v1.0], via Wikimedia Commons

3. Anthony Eden

Anthony Eden visiting Canada 1954” – By National Film Board of Canada. Photothèque collection/Library and Archives Canada/C-004047 (Library and Archives Canada DAPDCAP 330094) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

4. John Major

John Major,” © 2011 Chatham House, used under a Creative Commons Attribution license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/deed.en

5. Benjamin Disraeli

Young Disraeli” – Painted by Sir Frances Grant [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

6. Neville Chamberlain

Arthur-Neville-Chamberlain” – Photographer unknown (1937-1940) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

7. Ramsay MacDonald

Ramsay MacDonald” – By Bain News Service [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

8. David Lloyd George

David Lloyd George” – By Harris & Ewing [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

9. Margaret Thatcher

Margaret Thatcher” – By Rob Bogaerts / Anefo (Nationaal Archief) [CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

10. William Pitt The Younger

William Pitt The Younger” – Thomas Gainsborough [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Quiz 33 – Round 3 – Entertainment

This round is a catch phrases quiz – To whom can these famous catchphrases be attributed? In all cases we want the real name of the person whose voice you hear, not character name.

1. “Am I bovvered?”

Catherine Tate

2. “Well, here’s another nice mess you’ve gotten me into.”

Oliver Hardy

3. “Computer says no.”

David Walliams (Little Britain)

4. “What you talkin’ ’bout, Willis?”

Gary Coleman (Different Strokes)

5. “Eat my shorts.”

Nancy Cartwright (As Bart Simpson)

6. “Book ’em, Danno.”

Jack Lord (As Steve McGarrett in ‘Hawaii Five-O’)

7. “It’s all done in the best possible taste!”

Kenny Everett

8. “Drink! Feck! Arse!”

Frank Kelly (As Father Jack Hackett in ‘Father Ted’)

9. “Back of the net!”

Steve Coogan (As Alan Partridge)

10. “You dirty old man!”

Harry H. Corbett (As Harold Steptoe in ‘Steptoe and Son’)


To download the catch phrases quiz as a PDF contestant question paper, please click on the link below:





Religion quiz

Quiz 33 – Round 4 – Religion

1. What is the name for the Islamic holy month?


2. What is name for the Buddhist term used to describe the state of being free from all suffering, the aim of all Buddhists?


3. Brahma, Ganesha and Vishnu are Gods and Goddesses from which religion?


4. Name 5 of the ten commandments.

Any five of the following, in any wording:

1. Thou shalt have no other Gods before me.

2. Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image (or idol).

3. Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain.

4. Remember the Sabbath day and keep it holy.

5. Honour thy Father and thy Mother.

6. Thou shalt not kill.

7. Though shalt not commit adultery.

8. Thou shalt not steal.

9. Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour.

10. Thou shalt not covet.

5. In which modern-day country was Mother Teresa born?

Republic of Macedonia (She was born in Skopje, which at the time part of the Ottoman Empire – many sources state that she was Albanian – she was born to an Albanian mother, but Skopje is now part of Macedonia)

6. What religion is the Dalai Lama?


7. Candomblé is a religion with African origins, which is predominantly followed in which country?


8. The faith of Shintoism is mostly associated with which country?


9. The ‘Harmandir Sahib’ is a religious building which is one of the holiest sites of which religion?

Sikhism (translates as ‘Golden Temple’)

10. ‘The Watchtower’ is a magazine for members of which religious group?

Jehovah’s Witnesses





TV and Film quiz questions

Quiz 33 – Round 6 – TV and Film

This round is all about sitcoms – can you remember the sitcom and identify it by those who starred in it?

1. Anton Rodgers, Eve Matheson, who was later replaced by Lesley Dunlop, Carolyn Pickles and Rebecca Lacey

May to December

2. Chris Barrie, Pippa Haywood, Julia St. John and Harriet Thorpe

The Brittas Empire

3. Martin Clunes, Neil Morrissey, Caroline Quentin and Leslie Ash

Men Behaving Badly

4. Nicholas Lyndhurt, Dervla Kirwan who was later replaced by Elizabeth Carling, Victor McGuire and David Ryall

Goodnight Sweetheart

5. Nigel Havers, Tony Britton, Dinah Sheridan and Simon Williams

Don’t Wait Up

6. Peter Davison, Nicola Pagett, Lesley Manville and Karen Drury

Ain’t Misbehavin’

7. Ian McKellan, Derek Jacobi, Frances De La Tour and Iwan Rheon


8. Richard Briers, Penelope Wilton, Peter Egan and Geraldine Newman

Ever Decreasing Circles

9. Diana Weston, Honor Blackman, Joe McGann and Kellie Bright

The Upper Hand

10. Penelope Keith, Peter Bowles, Angela Thorne and Daphne Heard

To the Manor Born





Pub Quiz

Quiz 33 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. Who was the youngest of the Marx brothers?


2. James Galway is famous for playing which musical instrument?


3. What does a barometer measure?

Atmospheric pressure

4.  What happened to Ruth Ellis in 1955, for which she would go down in history?

She was the last woman to be executed in the United Kingdom

5. Which football team are known at the ‘Sky Blues’?

Coventry City

6. After how many years would you celebrate a pearl wedding anniversary?


7. Who wrote the original ‘Twilight’ books which have since been adapted into a famous film series?

Stephenie Meyer

8. Which team won the FA Cup Final in the year 2000?


9. ‘Rocky mountain oysters’ are a foodstuff, but they are not oysters. What are they?

Testicles (usually bull calf)

10. Name the four stations on a Monopoly board.

Kings Cross, Fenchurch Street, Liverpool Street and Marylebone