Quiz 67

Geography Quiz Questions and Answers

Quiz 67 – Round 2 – The World

In which country will you find these places of interest?

 1. Maasai Mara National Reserve


2. Mount Kilimanjaro


3. The Contra Dam (also known as the Verzasca Dam)


4. Saint Peter’s Basilica


5. The Parthenon


6. Potala Palace


7. Karnak Temple


8. Bayon Temple


9. Gettysburg National Military Park


10. Teotihuacan



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Pub Quiz

Quiz 67 – Round 3 – The 2010s….so far!

1. On March 13th 2013, Pope Francis was elected – from which country does he come?


2. Who became King of Spain on 19th June 2014, after the abdication of his father, King Juan Carlos I?

Felipe VI

3. In which year did Margaret Thatcher die?

2013 (April 8th)

4. Which X Factor winner was number one in the UK at the very beginning of 2010?

Joe McElderry (The Climb)

5. What was the worldwide highest grossing film of 2014?

Transformers: Age of Extinction

6. Which discount supermarket chain sold all of its UK stores to Asda in 2010, in a £778 million deal?


7. In which year did the News of the World cease publication?

2011 (10th July)

8. Name the Conservative MP at the centre of the 2012 ‘Plebgate’ scandal.

Andrew Mitchell

9. How many gold medals did team GB win at the Sochi Winter Olympics in 2014?

One (Lizzy Yarnold, Skeleton)

10. In which month and year did the Scottish Independence Referendum take place?

September 2014






Quiz 67 – Round 4 – Anagrams

The following are all anagrams of famous UK TV programmes, some new and some old.

1. Tigerish Pitcher

The Price is Right

2. Bird Omen


3. Pathetic Preen

The Apprentice

4. Flee Him Wildcat

Call the Midwife

5. Cheetahs

The Chase

6. Aha Hostesses

Ashes to Ashes

7. Haunting Bra

Bargain Hunt

8. Wrecking Embrace

Camberwick Green

9. Rabbit Scent

Rab C. Nesbitt

10. Clingy Accident Storm

Strictly Come Dancing





Science and Nature Quiz questions

Quiz 67 – Round 5 – Science and Nature

1. What is the chemical formula for table salt?


2. What is the name for the branch of biology concerned with the study of fungi?


3. Iolite is a gemstone of which exists in various shades of which colour?

Blue (blue ranging to blue/violet)

4. What does LCD stand for when describing television screens?

Liquid-Crystal Display

5. Which is the second largest planet in our solar system?


6. Which chemical element has the atomic number 10?


7. Who invented cat’s eyes?

Percy Shaw

8. How many ribs are there in a typical adult human ribcage?


9. Which is the longest bone in the human body?


10. Inside what in the human body would you find Haversian Canals?

Bone (canals in compact bone through which blood vessels, nerve fibres and lymphatics pass)





Art and Literature Quiz Questions

Quiz 67 – Round 6 – Art and Literature

Famous authors quiz – Who wrote the following works of literature?

1. Anne of Green Gables

Lucy Maud Montgomery

2. Watership Down

Richard Adams

3. The Thorn Birds

Colleen McCullough

4. The Lovely Bones

Alice Sebold

5. Life of Pi

Yann Martel

6. Fifty Shades of Grey

E. L. James

7. Bridget Jones’s Diary

Helen Fielding

8. The Foundation Trilogy

Isaac Asimov

9. Little House on the Prairie

Laura Ingalls Wilder

10. Lolita

Vladimir Nabokov


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Free Pub Quizzes

Quiz 67 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. Which was the first James Bond film in which Pierce Brosnan starred in the title role?


2. To which country does the archipelago of Madeira belong?


3. Which actor plays Stephen Hawking in the 2014 film ‘The Theory of Everything’?

Eddie Redmayne

4. In which Thomas Hardy novel do the characters of Bathsheba Everdene and Gabriel Oak appear?

Far from the Madding Crowd

5. Of which Canadian rock band is Chad Kroeger the lead singer?


6. Name three of the six naturally occurring noble gases.

Helium, Neon, Argon, Krypton, Xenon and Radon (any three of)

7. Name all six weapons used in a traditional British version of the board game Cluedo.

Candlestick, dagger, lead pipe/piping, revolver, rope and spanner

8. In which English county will you find Bolsover Castle?


9. How many feet above the ground must the bottom edge of the crossbar on a football goal be?

8 feet (2.44 metres)

10. Who was the first character to ever appear on Eastenders?

Den Watts