Quiz 65


Quiz 65 – Round 2 – Cartoons

Who provided/provides the voices for these animated characters?

1. Homer Simpson

Dan Castellaneta

2. Peter, Stewie and Brian Griffin in ‘Family Guy’

Seth MacFarlane

3. Chef in ‘South Park’

Isaac Hayes

4. Stuart Little

Michael J. Fox

5. Shrek

Mike Myers

6. Elsa in ‘Frozen’

Idina Menzel

7. Buzz Lightyear in ‘Toy Story’

Tim Allen

8. Penfold in ‘Danger Mouse’

Terry Scott

9. Peppa Pig

Lily Snowden-Fine, Cecily Bloom or Harley Bird (Any accepted – series 1, 2 and 3)

10. Count Duckula

David Jason


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Sport quiz questions

Quiz 65 – Round 3 – Sport

1. Which country has been elected to host the 2018 Winter Olympic Games?

South Korea

2. Which footballer holds the record for scoring the most UEFA Champions League goals?

Lionel Messi (74 as of November 2014)

3. Who won the Betway 2014 Premier Darts League?

Raymond Van Barneveld (Netherlands)

4. Which horse won the 2014 Epsom Derby?


5. Which tennis player released the 2013 book ‘The Outsider: My Autobiography’?

Jimmy Connors

6. At the Sochi Winter Olympics, Jenny Jones won Britain’s first ever Olympic medal on snow – in which event?

Snowboarding – Women’s Slopestyle

7. In which sport is the ‘Bledisloe Cup’ contested?

Rugby Union

8. Who won the Wimbledon Ladies Singles title in 2014?

Petra Kvitová

9. How many individual sections are there on a dartboard? 


10. Who were the winners of the 2014 FA Women’s Premier League Cup?






Music quiz

Quiz 65 – Round 5 – Music

1. Who released the 2014 album ‘The Pinkprint’?

Nicki Minaj

2. Of which UK rock band is Joe Elliott the lead vocalist?

Def Leppard

3. Two singles stayed at number one for four weeks during 2014, the longest period this year – can you name either song?

‘All About That Bass’ – Meghan Trainor or ‘Rather Be’ – Clean Bandit featuring Jess Glynne

4. Which band who found fame during 2014 consists of Michael Auger, Richard Hadfield, Jamie Lambert, Matt Pagan and Thomas J Redgrave?


5. Who released the 2006 album ‘Stadium Arcadium’?

Red Hot Chili Peppers

6. In musical notation, how many quavers are equal in length to one semibreve?


7. Ravi Shankar was best-known for playing which musical instrument?


8. Who composed the music and wrote the lyrics for the hit musical ‘Wicked’?

Stephen Schwartz

9. From which country does ‘Bachata’ music and dance originate?

Dominican Republic

10. With which surname was 80s singer Sinitta born?






True or false

Quiz 65 – Round 6 – True or False

This true or false round is all about Guinness World Records. Simply answer true or false. All answers are verified by the Guinness World Records website. As records are broken all of the time (and the site itself states that records may sometimes need updating), I have included the date of the record in brackets after the questions.

1. A man from the USA consumed his 26,000th Big Mac on 11th October 2012, after eating at least one a day for forty years. (11th October 2012)


2. The longest distance swam underwater in one breath is 200metres. (6th November 2008)


3. The fastest time to eat 15 Ferrero Rocher is 1 minute 10 seconds. (24th October 2014)

False – it is 2 minutes 22 seconds

4. The record for most needles inserted into the head is 15,000. (11th June 2013)

False – it is 2,188

5. The world’s longest legs belong to a Russian lady and measure 132cm (51.9 inches) (8th July 2003)


6. The heaviest aircraft pulled by a single man weighed 188.83 tonnes and was pulled 8.8 metres. (17th September 2009)


7. The record for the fastest time to solve a Rubik’s Cube one-handed is 37 seconds. (26th April 2014)

False – it is 12.56 seconds

8. The world’s tallest living man is 251cm / 8 ft 3 in. (9th February 2011)


9. The most expensive car number plate, showing only the number ‘1’, was bought in the United Arab Emirates for 52.2 million dirham, the approximate equivalent of £7.2 million. (16th February 2008)


10. The record for the longest rail tunnel is held by the Channel Tunnel between Britain and France. (15th October 2010)

False – it is held by the Gotthard Rail Tunnel, Switzerland, beneath the Alps and measures 35.42 miles. The Channel Tunnel is 31.4 miles





Quiz 65 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. According to the Chinese zodiac, as from 15th February 2015 it will be the year of which animal?

Sheep (accept also goat or ram)

2. In which country is the wine-growing region of the Barossa Valley?


3. To whom is the following quote attributed – “Science is not only a discipline of reason but, also, one of romance and passion.”?

Stephen Hawking

4. Which of the three astronauts on the Apollo 11 mission did not set foot on the moon?

Michael Collins

5. Of which European country is Podgorica the capital?


6. Which British sculptor designed the ‘Angel of the North’?

Anthony Gormley

7. Which young actor ‘saw dead people’ in the 1999 film ‘The Sixth Sense’?

Haley Joel Osment

8. Which is the world’s largest ocean?

Pacific Ocean

9. Which famous actress played Blanche DuBois in Benedict Andrews’s version of ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ at the Young Vic theatre in 2014?

Gillian Anderson

10. Which film won the 2014 ‘Best Picture’ Oscar?

12 Years a Slave