Thursday, February 11, 2010

9th February

SPECIALIST QUESTIONS
set by The Lamb Inn
14th February
Art and Entertainment
Creatures
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Geography
History
Science
Sport
01.  Who was the first woman in space?
A. Valentina Tereshkova
2. Who abolished St. Valentine's Day, Hogmanay and Halloween as being altogether too frivolous and irreligious ?
A. Oliver Cromwell.
3. Who was the Greek goddess of love ? A. Aphrodite.
4. Which British city did Shirley Valentine abandon for her Greek holiday ?
 A. Liverpool.
05. Q. In which year was the first recorded valentine sent ? Considerable leeway allowed.
1415 (accept 1365 to 1465). (a rondeau written by Charles, Duke of Orleans to his wife believed earliest surviving valentine)
6. Who was the intended target of the St Valentine's Day Massacre ?
A. George Clarence "Bugs" Moran (accept Bugsy Moran or Moran)
07.  In the middle ages, where would jousting knights wear a handkerchief or favour given by their admiring lady ?
A. On the sleeve (accept arm) `wearing your heart on your sleeve'.
Q8. Other than chocolates, flowers or cards etc., what traditional Valentine's gift was originally given to a loved one ?
A. Gloves, symbolising a desire for the hand in marriage.
SUPPLEMENTARIES
(a) Who first linked St. Valentine with love and romance ? A. Geoffrey Chaucer in his Parlement of Foules'.
(b) Which romantically named actor played Raffles ? A. Anthony Valentine.
(c)  Worldwide, plus or minus 5%, what percentage of Valentine's Day cards are romantic compared to humorous ?
A. 75% (accept 70% to 80%).
(d)  Which multi-Oscar winning film has been described as "dangerously close to being a Shirley Valentine for middle-aged men" ? A. American Beauty.
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Entertainment with a leaning towards law enforcement.
1. What was the name of the antipodean detective series of the 1970's featuring a member of Australia's indigenous population ? A. Boney.
2. The UK TV series `Shoestring' was set in which city ?
A. Bristol.
3. Which actor played the role of ex British intelligence officer Callan ?
A. Edward Woodward.
4. Who sang `Watching the Detectives' in 1977 ?
A. Elvis Costello.
5. `Eye Level' was the theme tune to the Dutch TV detective series `Van der Valk' starring Barry Foster. Who performed the instrumental music theme ?
A. The Simon Park Orchestra.
6. Who had a 1977 hit with the catchy single `Whodunnit' ?
A. Tavares.
7. Who starred in the lead role of the I970's US crime series `Policewoman' ?
A. Angie Dickinson.
8. What was the name of the US TV series that saw a lawyer living in a caravan in the country with his wife Maggie, whilst their home was being built and, arguably never finished ?
A. Petrocelli.
SUPPLEMENTARIES
(a) Raymond Burr famously portrayed which disabled US detective ?
A. Ironside.
(b) What was the name of the TV series featuring Michael Kitchen as a WW2 detective ?
A. Foyles War.
(c) E.G.Marshall and Robert Reed starred as father and son defence lawyers in which US TV series ?
A. The Defenders.

CREATURES
1. Which creatures, of the type meaning literally `stomach-foot', have eyes on the end of their horns ?
A. Slugs and snails. (Gastropods)
2. Which Lancastrian-born English film maker and animator created the short film `Creature Comforts' and later popularised the cheese `Stinking Bishop' ?
A. Nick Park (Aardman Animations)
3. In the Edgar Allan Poe story `Murders in the Rue Morgue', who is the murderer ?
A. An ape (Orangutan)
4. In `Macbeth' which part of a newt do the witches add to their cauldron to make their `charm of powerful trouble' ?
A. The eye. (Eye of newt and toe of frog, wool of bat and tongue of dog ).
5. Which creature, from the novel alternatively named `The Modern Prometheus', did William Henry Pratt become famous for portraying ?
A. Frankenstein's monster (William Henry Pratt was the real name of Boris Karloff)
6, In the 1960's TV series `Daktari', what distinctive feature did the lion Clarence possess ?
A. He was cross-eyed.
8. The name Halcyon, meaning calm, peaceful and happy, derives from which bird found all over the world, that in various mythologies had a calming effect on the seas ?
A. The Kingfisher.
SUPPLEMENTARIES
(a) Which creature, tattooed on his chest, became the nickname of the French criminal Henri Carriere, who was portrayed in film by Steve McQueen ?
A. A Butterfly (Papillon).
(b) `The Phoenix and the Turtle' by Shakespeare, is an allegorical poem about the death of ideal love. What type of creature is the turtle ?
A, A bird (The Turtle Dove).
(c) Which 1940's female `film star' was played by a male ?
 A. Lassie (played by a male dog called Pal).
(d) Who is the subject of the Monty Python song with these lines :
"I love this hive employee, bisected accidentally, one summer afternoon by me" ?
A. Eric the Haifa Bee.

DRINK
1. `To alcohol! The cause of, and solution to, all of life's problems" is a quote from which fictional character, voiced by teetotaller Dan Castellaneta ?
A. Homer Simpson.
2. What nickname was given to the spirit Absinthe, a favoured tipple of 19th century bohemian artists ?
A. The Green Fairy.
3. Who is the only member of the House of Commons officially permitted to consume alcohol in the chamber ?
A. The Chancellor of the Exchequer (during the budget speech).
4. Which 18th century artist produced the prints called `Beer Street' and `Gin Lane' ?
 A. William Hogarth
5. The literary character Zaphod Beeblebrox invented the `Pan-Galactic Gargle Blaster' cocktail in which book ?
A. The Hitch-hikers Guide to the Galaxy. (By Douglas Adams)
6. Introduced in the late 1980's, the `Bacardi Breezer' was one of the first examples of which generic type of beverage ?
A. Alcopop.
7. Which band had a hit with the Neil Diamond song `Red Red Wine', in the 1980's ?
A. UB40
8. Which novelist and journalist wrote the 1946 article, `The Moon Under Water', describing his ideal pub ?
A. George Orwell.
SUPPLEMENTARIES
(a) What was the name for establishments which illegally sold alcohol during Prohibition in the United States ?
A. Speakeasys (the term `blind pig' was also sometimes used).
(b) Which gas, less soluble than carbon dioxide, is used to put Guinness under high pressure and create tiny bubbles, without making it fizzy?
A. Nitrogen.
(c) What is the name of the fictional priest who lives on `Craggy Island' and whose vocabulary is usually restricted to outbursts such as "Drink" ; "Feck" ; "Arse" ; "Girls" ?
 A. Father Jack Hackett (Tv 's Father Ted) accept Father Jack.
(d) Which member of the `Rat Pack' said "You're not drunk if you can lie on the floor without holding on" ?
 A. Dean Martin.

GEOGRAPHY
1. What is the great mass of stone trees in the Painted Desert in Arizona, USA, called ?
A. The Petrified Forest.
2. Honshu, Hokkaido, and Kyushu are three of the four main islands of Japan. Name the fourth.
A. Shikoku.
3. Which of the North American Great Lakes lies wholly within the U.S.A. ?
A. Lake Michigan.
4.  Sierra Nevada mountain ranges can be found in both Spain and the U.S.A. Name either the Spanish region or U.S. state.
A. Andalucia or California.
5. The South American country Suriname was formerly known as what ?
A. Dutch Guyana.
6. If you were travelling from London to Brighton by rail, from which station would you normally leave ?
A. Victoria.
7. What is the word, derived from Malay, for rice when its grains are still in their husks ?
A. Paddy.
8. Which former Arab port is now part of Tel Aviv in Israel ?
A. Jaffa.
SUPPLEMENTARIES
(a) Of which northern city did Sir Walter Scott write "Half church of God, half castle `gainst the Scot" ?
A. Durham.
(b) The Sargasso Sea in the North Atlantic is the breeding ground of which fish ?
A. (European) Eel. (Accept Eel).
(c) What do the Irish Republic, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Monaco, Denmark, and Portugal have in common ?
A. A coastline and a land border with only one country. (accept one land border).
(d) The Galapagos Islands belong to which country ?
A. Ecuador.
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1.  Name any of the Pankhursts who campaigned for women’s suffrage.
A. Emmeline, Sylvia and Christobel.
2. Name any of the three letters which were replaced by SOS as a morse code mayday signal

A. C Q D (C Q was a general call to all ships and D was for distress).
3. In China in 1900, how was the `Society of Harmonious Fists' known ?
A. The Boxers
04. What startling theory did Polish astronomer Copernicus put forward ?
A, That the earth orbited the sun.
05.  Who designed the gun known as `The Peacemaker' ?
A. Samuel Colt.
06. What did Elisha Otis install for the first time ever in a New York store in 1857 ?
A. A passenger elevator (accept elevator or lift).
07  Who invented a system to reduce background noise on audio equipment in 1967 ?
A. Ray Dolby.
08.  Where was the Russian royal family shot in 1918 ?
A. Yekaterinburg (also called Ekaterinburg).
SUPPLEMENTARIES
(a) Which political group imposed dictatorship in France after the revolution ?
A. The Jacobins.
(b) In the Indian mutiny of 1857, sepoys serving with the British army refused to handle cartridges. Why ?
A. In the belief that they were coated with cow or pig grease.
(c) In 1907 the worlds most powerful warship to date was launched. What was it called? A. Dreadnought.
(d) Name either of the two British sprinters remembered in the film `Chariots of Fire'. A. Harold Abraham and Eric Liddell.
SCIENCE
1. What name is given to the spore bearing leaf of ferns?
A. Fronds
2. What is the heaviest known metallic element?
A. Osmium
3 In mechanics what name is given to the mass of an object multiplied by its speed ?
A. Momentum.
4. Which chemical element is named after the Greek for the sun ?
A. Helium.
5. What is the British name for the synthetic material called `Dacron' in the U.S.A. ?
A. Terylene.
6, What do astronomers call the redness of the sky just before sunset or sunrise ?
A. Aurora.
7. Which is the only chemical element named after an American state ?
A. Californium.
SUPPLEMENTARIES
(a) In Einstein's theory of relativity, what does C stand for in E=MC2 ?
A. The speed of light (in a vacuum).
(b) Which gland produces hormones to control the body's metabolic rate ?
A. Thyroid.
(c) The dinosaur Archeopteryx had teeth, claws and a bony tail, but otherwise had the characteristics of which modem group of creatures ?
(d) A. Birds.
(e) Which part of the body is affected by Crohn's disease ?
A. Intestines.
f. What is the medical name for the skull ?
 A. Cranium.

SPORT

1. In which German city do FC Schalke 04 play their home games ?
A. Gelsenkirchen.
2.  Name the GB skier who had his Olympic bronze medal stripped away after using an unauthorised nasal spray ?
a. Alain Baxter.
3. Name the substitute fielder who famously ran out Ricky Ponting at Trent Bridge during the 2005 Ashes series ?
A. Gary Pratt.
4. Who is the current British Open Golf champion ?
A. Stewart Cink.
5. The 2010 Winter Olympics commence on 12th February in which city ?
 A. Vancouver.
6. The original `Red Devils', Salford Reds Rugby League club play their home games at which stadium ?
A. The Willows.
7. Who won the first ever match played under lights at Wimbledon in 2009 ?
A. Andy Murray.
8. In which city were the 1976 summer Olympics held ?
 A. Montreal.
SUPPLEMENTARIES
(a) Name either of the teams that competed in this year's Superbowl ?
(b) A. New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts.
(c) Name either of the teams that played in the 2008 FA Cup Final ?
(d) A. Portsmouth and Cardiff
(e) In golf, which Englishman won the 1S` Volvo World Matchplay competition to be played away from Wentworth ?
A. Ross Fisher.
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
set by CHURCH HOUSE BOLLINGTON
1. Which Russian city was previously known as Tsaritsin and Stalingrad?
VOLGOGRAD
2. Who is the only woman to have been French Prime Minister?
EDITH CRESSON
3. On which Flemish ridge did 400,000 British soldiers die in 1917?
PASSCHENDAELE
4. The European parliament is based in Strasbourg and which other city?
LUXEMBOURG
5. In which short film did Micky Mouse first appear?
S'TEAMBOAT WILLIE
6. What is the prize for best film at the Berlin film festival?
GOLDEN BEAR
7. What is the name of Rupert Bear's elephant chum?
EDWARD TRUNK
8. Senator Scott Brown, tipped to be the next President of the USA, first came to fame as what?
A NUDE MODEL

9. What is England's best visited tourist attraction outside London?
ALTON TOWERS
10. In the original 1960s film, who or what was the Pink Panther?
A DIAMOND
11. Which French phrase is commonly used to describe a small second home usually located in a city ?
PIED-A-TERRE
12. Of which country is Vaduz the capital?
LIECHTENSTEIN
13. What substance is formed when an alkali is added to an acid?
SALT
14. What is the literal English translation of the word Blitzkrieg?
LIGHTNING WAR
15. By what name was the Kingdom of Jordan known until 1949?
TRANSJORDAN
16. Which European country declared itself officially to be an atheist state in 1967?
ALBANIA

17 For what is the chemical aspartame used?
SWEETENER
18. After football, what, measured by numbers attending, is Britain's second most popular spectator sport ? GREYHOUND RACING
19. By what name is the sport of octopush otherwise known?
UNDERWATER HOCKEY
20. For what reason was Irish teenager Kirk McCambley in the news in January this year?
AFFAIR WITH IRIS ROBINSON(Northern Ireland First Minister's wife)
21. What word describes a word or phrase chanted repeatedly during meditation ?
MANTRA
22. Which bandleader's signature tune was "You're Dancing on my Heart"?
VICTOR SYLVES'IER
23. Which is the only Canadian province with a Pacific coastline?
BRITISH COLUMBIA
24. What name is given to a harmless pill or drug which is prescribed because the person taking it believes it will cure him of an illness ?
PLACEBO

25. According to the song, what happens when the moon is in the seventh house and Jupiter aligns with Mars ?
(THE DAWNING OF) THE AGE OF AQUARIUS
26. Which neutral country did Britain accidentally bomb in the Second World War?
SAN MARINO
27. ) Who is the director of the film Avatar which recently became the biggest grossing movie of all time ?
JAMES CAMERON
28. What word is defined as the resistance of liquid to flow?
VISCOSITY
29. What name is given to the vibration that spreads out from the epicentre of an earthquake?
SEISMIC WAVE
30. Which Manchester United footballer played cricket for England in the 1980s?
ARNOLD SIDEBOTTOM
31. In the financial world, what does the letter P in the abbreviation APR stand for?
PERCENTAGE
32. What was the codename for the evacuation of Dunkirk?
OPERATION DYNAMO

33. On which book is the film Cabaret based?
GOODBYE TO BERLIN (written by Christopher Isherwood)
34. Who does "she" refer to in the song lyric "I felt the knife in my hand and she laughed no more" ?
DELILAH
35. Which 1942 report first outlined the idea of the Welfare State? BEVERIDGE REPORT
36. Opened in January in Dubai, what is the name of the current highest building in the world?
BURJ KHALIFA
37. The song Flowers In The Rain was the first ... what?
FIRST SONG PLAYED ON RADIO ONE
38. The song Sing Little Birdy Sing was the first... what?
BRITISH ENTRY INTO THE EUROVISION SONG CONTEST
39. Which dam controls the waters of the Zambezi river?
KARIBA
40. Which ship rescued many of the survivors of the Titanic? CARPATHIA

41. ,What was the name of the plane which dropped the atom bomb on Hiroshima?
ENOLA GAY
42. Which law of physics states that energy can neither be destroyed nor created?
THERMODYNAMICS
43 What is the only time a chess player may move two pieces in one move?
IN CASTLING (i.e. changing the positions of the king and rook/castle)
44. Whom did Andy Murray beat in the semi final of the recent Australian Open?
MARIN CILIC
45. In which Sussex village is the Royal Greenwich Observatory now located?
HURSTMONCEUX
46. What is the common name for acetylsalicylic acid?
ASPIRIN
47. What is calculated using the formula 4 Pi r squared?
SURFACE AREA OF A SPHERE
48. Who was the runner-up in the 2009 X Factor contest? (full name)
OLLY MURS

49. What would be most distinctive about someone suffering from calivity?
THEY'D BE BALD
50. Which Scottish physicist invented Radar?
ROBERT WATSON-WATT
51. Who was the first cricketer to play 100 test matches?
COLIN COWDREY
52. Which TV western series starred Leif Ericsson as a rancher and Cameron Mitchell as his brother ?
THE HIGH CHAPARRAL
53. In which film did Kane, Parker, Lambert, Ash, Dallas and Brett all fail to make it to the end?
ALIEN (NB NOT Aliens)
54. On which river does Florence stand?
ARNO

55 . A tangelo is a hybrid of a tangerine and which other fruit? POMELO
56. Which prophetess and witch lived in a cave near Knaresborough?
MOTHER SHIPTON
57. What is removed in the process of excortication?
BARK OF A TREE
58. What German word means pleasure in another's misfortune?
SCHADENFREUDE
59. About whose life is the Somerset Maugham novel The Moon and Sixpence?
PAUL GAUGUIN
60. Capers are the pickled seeds of which flower?
NASTURTIUM
61 Which train did Casey Jones drive?
CANNONBALL EXPRESS
62. Which actress is the mother of film star Melanie Griffith?
TIPPI HEDREN
63. In literature, who was the son of the giant Pantagruel?
GARGANTUA
64. Which TV character's catchphrase was "You've all done very well"?
(YOUNG) MR GRACE

 65. Which city was known by the Romans as Durovernum?
CANTERBURY
66. Under Hebrew Law, in what circumstances would a man be able to marry his dead brother's widow ?
IF THE MARRIAGE HAD BEEN CHILDLESS
67. Who wrote the novel I Know Why The Caged Bird sings?
MAYA ANGELOU
68. Which spirit is used in a margarita?
TEQUILA
69. Which ladies tennis champion had to retire after a horse-riding accident?
MAUREEN CONNOLLY (LITTLE MO)
70. Who or what was referred to in the early 20th century as The Sick Man of Europe
TURKEY (OTTOMAN EMPIRE)
71. On what product can a painting of the Barnum & Bailey's Circus animal Old Joe be seen?
CAMEL CIGARETTES
72. What was Casanova's main profession?
LIBRARIAN

73. . Who was the manager of Arsenal when they won the double in 1971?
BERTIE MEE
74. Which secret society took its name from the Greek word for circle?
KU KLUX KLAN
75. Which Canadian territory forms most of the border with Alaska?
YUKON
76. By what name is Lake Tiberias also known?
SEA OF GALILEE
77. What code was invented by Depillon and developed by Popham and Pasley?
SEMAPHORE
78. In a pack of playing cards, what are the queens holding?
A FLOWER
79. What did the Combination Laws of 1799 & 1800 prohibit?
TRADE UNIONS
80. As in Galapagos Islands, what does the word Galapagos mean?
TORTOISES/TURTLES

81. What is the more common name for a lycanthrope? WEREWOLF
82. What poison is obtained from the seed nux vomica? STRYCHNINE
83. What was Kevin Keegan's first football league club as a player? SCUNTHORPE UNITED
84. Who was Israel's Defence Minister during the Six-day War?
MOSHE DAYAN
85. Which liqueur is flavoured with caraway seeds?
KUMMEL
86. What is made in the process of nidification?
A NEST
87. Which Englishman became Pope Adrian IV?
NICHOLAS BREAKSPEAR
88. Which country was liberated in the 19th century by Bernardo O'Higgins?
CHILE

89. Which flower is also known as the rose-mallow?
HOLLYHOCK
90. From which TV programme did the hit songs Hi-Fidelity and Starmaker come?
FAME
91Which breed of dog was originally bred to hunt badgers?
DACHSHUND
92. Which English town is served by Radio Wave?
BLACKPOOL
93. What is the purpose of the process of kyanisation?
PREVENT DRY-ROT
94. Which old name for Britain derives from the Latin word for white?
ALBION
95. In Elizabethan times, what profession was followed by the Admiral's Men?
ACTORS
96. Which James Herbert novel features a man who is reincarnated as a dog?
FLUKE
SUPPLEMENTARIES
1. Which spice comes from the berry of the pimento?
ALLSPICE
2. Whom did Frank Bruno defeat to win the WBC heavyweight Championship ?
OLIVER McCALL
3. Who would use a cockabondy?
AN ANGLER
4. By what name is a loupe better known?
MAGNIFYING GLASS
5. By what name is the drug methylene dioxy methamphetamine better known?
ECSTACY
6. Where in Britain is a figure supposed to represent Hercules carved into the earth?
CERNE ABBAS
7. A proposed merger between Oxford United and Reading very nearly took place a few years ago. By what name would the new club have been known ?
THAMES VALLEY ROYALS
8. Which poem by Milton tells the story of Christ's temptation by Satan?
PARADISE REGAINED

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