Wednesday, February 15, 2012

14th Feb All Questions Set By The Nags Head

SPECIALIST QUESTIONS

set by The Nags Head

Round 1. Arts and Entertainment

1. To which London theatre would you go to watch ‘The Mousetrap’?

St. Martin’s

2. Which German town hosts the annual Wagner festival?

Bayreuth

3. A portrait of singer Bonnie Tyler was valued at £50,000 on The Antiques Road Show last year. Who painted it?

Rolf Harris

4. Which tune, played on the big screen by Ronny Cox and Billy Redden,won the 1974 Grammy Award for Best Country Instrumental Performance?

Duelling Banjos (from Deliverance)

5. What is the name of the music venue in Gateshead, which is home to the Northern Sinfonia Orchestra?

The Sage

6. In theatrical parlance, what is a ‘breeches part’?

A Male Part Played By an Actress

7. Which film from the 1990’s spawned the best selling soundtrack album of all time?

The Bodyguard

8. On whose life is Somerset Maugham’s ‘The Moon and Sixpence’ based?

Paul Gauguin

Supps.

1. Which comedian was recently voted ‘The UK’s most influential stand-up of all time’?

Billy Connolly

2. Name the ‘Dancing on Ice’ female judge, who is a former Olympic and World champion figure skater, and model

Katarina Witt

Round 2. For your ears only (a round on radio)

1. What is broadcast each weekday at 5.43 a.m. on Radio 4?

Prayer for the Day

2. What does the ‘M’ stand for in AM and FM?

Modulation

3. What are the UK radio’s annual Oscar equivalent awards called?

Sony Radio Academy Awards (accept Sony)

4. Which radio station across the UK, can be found between 99.9 and101.9 MHz FM?

Classic FM

5. Who is on the end of the line at Talk Sport, for the post- match phone- in on Saturdays

Stan Collymore

6. On Desert Island Discs, apart from a bible, or other appropriate religious work, what else do guests automatically receive?

The Complete Works Of Shakespeare

7. Which song of 1973, helped start a fad for Citizens Band radio. The song was the inspiration for a 1978 film of the same name?

Convoy

8. Radio Caroline began broadcasting from a ship in March 1964. It was initially anchored 3 miles out from the coast of which English port?

Felixstowe

Supps.

1. What fictional village is the setting for The Archers radio drama?

Ambridge

2. How much does the Radio Times currently cost?

£1.40

Round 3. They died in 2011

1. Died in January, this actor died aged 64. Born Warrington. Oscar nominated for In The Name of the father in 1993. Steven Spielberg called him, "the best actor in the world".

Pete Postlethwaite


2. Died in October at the age of 84, Yorkshire born entertainer extrordinaire he fought 107 bouts as a wrestler and won only 7 of them and ran 212 marathons. He claims to have invented the disco.
Jimmy Saville


3. Died aged 83, a US actor famous for his character of being a shabby and ostensibly absent-minded police detective lieutenant wearing an old raincoat in a celebrated 1970s TV series?
Peter Falk

4.
Died in July, this painter Known chiefly for his thickly impasted portrait and figure paintings, he was widely considered the pre-eminent British artist of his time?
Lucien Freud

5. Died in September: co- creator of Dad's Army and Hi-de-Hi?
David Croft


6. Died in January. Children's author who wrote Babe?
Dick King-Smith

7.
Died in May. This actress was famous for impersonating Margaret Thatcher?
Janet Brown


8. Died in October, this American businessman and inventor is widely recognized as a charismatic pioneer of the personal computer revolution.
Steve Jobs

Supps.

1. Died in January, this Yorkshire born composer wrote film scores Midnight Cowboy and Born Free. Wrote the theme tune for Jukebox Jury.
John Barry


2 . Died in November, former world heavyweight boxer aged 67. Beat Ali once but lost to him twice.
Joe Frazier

Round4. Sport – 164

There are 164 days to go to the opening ceremony of the London Olympics so this sport round is all about Olympic Games, past and present.

1. Two sports were voted out of the 2012 Olympic Games, the first time any sports have been voted out since 1936. Name either of these two sports.

Baseball and Softball

2. At this year’s Olympic Games, which sport will take place at Lords Cricket Ground?

ARCHERY

3. There are 6 grounds staging football matches. Wembley and Old Trafford are two of them. Name any of the other four.

Hampden Park (Glasgow), Millenium Stadium (Cardiff), St. James’ Park

(accept Sports Direct Arena or Newcastle) and City Of Coventry Stadium

(accept Ricoh Arena or Coventry)

4. Who won the men’s long jump gold medal in 1984, 1988, 1992 and 1996 as well as 5 other gold medals?

CARL LEWIS

5. The first modern Olympics were staged in Athens in 1896 but where were the 1900 Olympics held?

PARIS

6. Steve Redgrave won gold medals at 5 different Olympics. In which year did he win the first of these?

1984 (at Los Angeles)

7. Who lit the flame during the Opening Ceremony at the Atlanta Olympics in 1996?

Muhammad Ali

8. Who is the artistic director of the Opening Ceremony at this year’s Olympics?

Danny Boyle

Supps.

1. Give either the year or the city of the Olympics, where Muhammad Ali (or Cassius Clay as he was then), won a gold medal

1960 in Rome

2. Rugby was last staged at the 1924 Olympics in Paris. Which country surprisingly won the gold medal ?

USA

Round 5. Geography

1. The lowest point in the USA is Death Valley. The highest point in the contiguous USA (ie. not including Hawaii and Alaska), is only 84 miles from Death Valley. What is it’s name?

Mount Whitney

2. Which is Britain’s largest National Park?

Cairngorms

3. Which is the world’s largest landlocked country by area?

Kazakhstan

4. Tourist chiefs want its name to be changed to ‘The Queen Elizabeth Promenade’. What do we know it as now?

The Golden Mile (at Blackpool)

5. Only two South American countries are landlocked. Name either. Bolivia and Paraguay

6. The capital city of Slovakia is the only national capital that borders two independent countries. What is the name of this capital city?

Bratislava (it borders Austria and Hungary)

7. Three countries have both an Atlantic coast and a Mediterranean coast. France and Spain are two. What is the other?

Morocco

8. Two United Nations member states, are double landlocked (ie they are surrounded only by other landlocked countries). Name either.

Liechtenstein and Uzbekistan

Supps.

1. Which is the only US state that does not have a straight line in its borders?

Hawaii

2. The world’s tallest cable-stayed bridge was completed in January 2012, in which country?

Mexico (Baluarte bridge)

Round 6. Science and Nature

1. What is the Cassini division?
The Gap Seperating Saturn’s Rings


2. Who discovered Uranus in 1871?
William Herschel


3. While Britain developed the Gloster Meteor, its German counterpart was the world's first operational jet-powered fighter aircraft. Including the model, what was it called?
Messerschmitt ME262


4. For what would you use a wheatstone bridge?
To Measure Resistance Of A Conductor


5. In nautical terms, what name is given to the upper edge of a ship's side?
Gunwale (pronounced Gunnle)


6. What was the name of the first propeller driven ship to cross the Atlantic?
SS Great Britain


7. What is the name of the pollen producing part of a flower?
Anther


8. What is hydroponics?

Soil-less Gardening.

Supps

1. The yield of an oil well is measured in barrels. How many gallons are there in a barrel?
35 Imperial gallons or 42 US gallons


2. Which breed of dog is considered to be the tallest?
Irish Wolfhound

Round 7. History

1. What was the last battle of the English Civil War, after which the future Charles II allegedly escaped by hiding in an oak tree?

The Battle of Worcester

2. What is the name given to the forced evacuation of Scottish people in the 18th and 19th centuries, to make way for more profitable farming use of the land?

The Highland Clearances (accept Clearances)

3. Give a year in the Great Famine in Ireland when the potato crop failed?

1845 to 1852

4. Which English king was responsible for initiating the great programme of castle building, to subdue the Welsh people after a string of conflicts in the late 13th century

Edward I

5. What nickname was given to the Duke of Cumberland for his brutal suppression of the Scots after the Battle of Culloden in 1745?

Butcher

6. Who was the longest reigning monarch of England i.e. before the Treaty of Union in 1707?

Henry III (he reigned for over 56 years)

7. Who was the first elected labour MP, chosen to represent Merthyr Tydfil and Aberdare in 1900?

Keir Hardie

8. Which Irish nationalist leader, described by Gladstone as the most remarkable man he ever met, fell from grace after revelations about his relationship with Kitty O’Shea

Charles Stewart Parnell

Supps

1. Where is the Stone of Scone (pronounced Scoon) now kept, having been handed back to Scotland in 1996?

Edinburgh Castle

2. In which battle of 1690, did the deposed James II, rally Irish Catholics to try and take back the crown from William and Mary?

The Battle of the Boyne

Round 8. Oh Brother, Where art thou?

All of the questions in this round have some connection with brothers. Obviously where the surname appears in the question then the Christian name will be required.

1. Which comedian made a novelty record called “My Bruvver”?

Terry Scott

2. Which Parliamentary constituency does Ed Miliband represent?

Doncaster North (accept Doncaster)

3. What was the name of the eldest Kennedy son, (brother to JFK) who was killed in action in 1944?

Joseph (or Joe) – his full name was Joseph Patrick Kennedy Jnr

4. What nationality are the footballing brothers Kolo and Yaya Toure?

Ivory Coast

5. Who was the last British monarch to be succeeded by their brother?

Edward VIII

6. Leonard, Adolph, Julius, Milton and Herbert were the real first names of which group of brothers?

The Marx Brothers

7. What is the surname of the brothers who were part of Australia’s 1999 cricket world cup winning team?

Waugh (Steve and Mark)

8. What was the name of Jesse James elder brother?

Frank - his full name was Alexander Franklin James

Supps

1. Who is missing from this list of members of The Jackson 5 – Jackie, Tito, Marlin and Michael?

Jermain

2. Who is missing from this list of members of The Osmonds group – Alan, Merrill, Jay and Donnny

Wayne (Jimmy or Marie weren’t members of the group)

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

 

1. Named after the the US judge who first grew it in the 1880s, what is a cross between a blackberry and a raspberry called?

LOGANBERRY

2. Why has Francesco Schettino been in the news recently?

HE WAS THE CAPTAIN OF THE COSTA CONCORDIA CRUISE SHIP WHICH CAPSIZED

3. In the Disney film Bambi, what sort of creature is Flower?

A SKUNK

4. Dennis the Menace has a dog called Gnasher and a pig called Rasher. What is his spider called?

DASHER

5. What name for a short haircut came from its popularity amongst the rowing teams of Harvard & Yale in the 1950s?

CREW CUT

6. What word which now means a “time limit”, formerly applied to the perimeter around a military prison in the USA, beyond which a prisoner was likely to be shot?

DEADLINE

7. In which North American city is the Space Needle?

SEATTLE

8. Which Spanish city is the setting for both Mozart’s Don Giovanni and Bizet’s Carmen?

SEVILLE

9. In 1934, the Biograph Theatre in Chicago was the scene of the killing of which bank robber?

JOHN DILLINGER

10. Apart from writing 'Tom Jones’, the author Henry Fielding also founded which organisation, often called London’s first police force?

THE BOW STREET RUNNERS

11. Which breed of dog features on Radley handbags and accessories?

SCOTTISH TERRIER (accept Scottie or Aberdeen Terrier)

12. 51 year old American Nancy Shevell is married to whom?

PAUL McMARTNEY

13. In gymnastics, the vault is one of 2 events that are common to both men and women. Which is the other one?

THE FLOOR EXERCISE

14. The symbol for which world currency derives its name from the Latin word for scales or a balance?

POUND (libra)

15. The Tugela Falls are the second highest waterfall in the world. In which country are they?

SOUTH AFRICA

16. Which is the longest river in the word which flows entirely in one country?

THE YANGTZE

17. What is the popular name for the Swiss RE Building, 30 St Mary Axe, London?

THE GHERKIN

18. Which writer and craftsman’s only completed oil painting was the 1858 work Queen Guinevere?

WILLIAM MORRIS

19. Who was the drummer on Scarlet Division’s song Sundial, which was a number 42 hit on its re-release in 2000 ? He later went on to achieve fame and fortune as a chef.

JAIMIE OLIVER

20. The circumstances of whose death were examined by the Hutton Inquiry in 2003?

DAVID KELLY

21. In which 2000 film and 2005 musical is Georgia Wilkinson the eponymous character’s teacher?

BILLY ELLIOT

22. What is the name of the dog who has a starring role in the film ‘The Artist’?

UGGIE

23. Which comedian, actor and TV presenter, as at Christmas 2011, has been guest presenter of ‘Have I Got News For You’ a record 19 times but has never been a panellist?

ALEXANDER ARMSTRONG

24. In Islamic law, how many wives is a man allowed to have?

4

25. In which year was the satellite Sputnik 1 launched?

1957 (allow 1956 – 1958)

26. What traditionally did a costermonger sell?

FRUIT & VEGETABLES (accept either)

27. Which American 79 year old film and TV actor appeared recently as Milton in Coronation Street?

ROBERT VAUGHN

28. Which Salford band, founded in 1980, has Shaun Ryder as lead vocalist?

HAPPY MONDAYS

29. What was the name of the Irish political leader born in 1775 and often referred to as ‘The Liberator’?

DANIEL O’CONNELL

30. As at January 1st this year, Goodluck Jonathan is the President of which African country?

NIGERIA

31. How many US states have a Pacific coastline?

5 (California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska and Hawaii)

32. Which Dutch city’s claim to fame is its pottery as well as being home to the painter Vermeer?

DELFT

33. An Indian Camelback was sold at auction recently for $72,540. What is it?

A MOTORCYCLE (from 1906 - one of the oldest motorcycles in existence)

34. Who wrote the play ‘Uncle Vanya’?

HENRIK IBSEN

35. Who is the only Spice Girl never to have had a British number one single as a solo artist?

VICTORIA BECKHAM or POSH SPICE

36. ‘Clowns to the left of me, jokers to the right’. Where am I ?

STUCK IN THE MIDDLE WITH YOU (from ‘Stuck In The Middle With You’ by Stealers Wheel)

37. Which range of hills extends through the middle of the county of Hereford & Worcester?

THE MALVERNS

38. The highest price ever paid for a work of art is now £158 million when ‘The Card Players’ was sold at auction recently. Who painted it?

PAUL CEZANNE

39. What culinary term is the Urdu word for bucket?

BALTI

40. A ban on Stilton cheese being produced in Stilton, Cambridgeshire has been lifted but bizarrely it must be called something else. What will it be called?

BELL BLUE (blue cheese made in the Bell Inn)

41. Which organisation’s logo is a lighted candle surrounded by barbed wire?

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL

42. In vocal jazz, what is the style in which vocal improvisation is made with random syllables or even without words?

SCAT SINGING

43. Which book and film features the characters Atticus Finch and Boo Radley?

TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

44. Which herb, now commonly associated with pizza, derives its name from the Greek for ‘joy of the mountain’?

OREGANO

45. In which Egyptian city were 74 people killed recently after a football match?

PORT SAID

46. Which type of cheese with an unappetising name, was brought to international attention by its role in the 2005 Oscar film Wallace & Grommet : The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit?

STINKING BISHOP

47. What is the name of the island off the coast of Italy where the cruise ship Costa Concordia ran aground last month?

GIGLIO

48. Until his death 10 days ago, Nigel Doughty was the owner of which Championship football club?

NOTTINGHAM FOREST

49. Who directed the film Hugo which has received 11 Oscar nominations?

MARTIN SCORSESE

50. Who has directed the two recent Sherlock Holmes movies starring Robert Downey Jr as Sherlock?

GUY RITCHIE

51. Which actor has received huge acclaim in the recent TV productions of Sherlock Holmes?

BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH

52. Who is the Chief Executive of RBS who, rather reluctantly, gave up his £1 million share bonus recently?

STEPHEN HESTER

53. Carson City is the capital of which US state?

NEVADA

54. In which European city are the headquarters of OPEC?

VIENNA

55. Who wrote the novel ‘Something Happened’, in which nothing ever did?

JOSEPH HELLER (it was the follow up to Catch 22)

56. Whose poem states that “ the female of the species is more deadly than the male”?

RUDYARD KIPLING (The Female Of The Species)

57. Of which island group is Formentera a part?

BALEARIC ISLANDS

58. In which year was the first Premium Bonds draw held?

1957 (allow 1956 – 1958) (the first Bond was sold on November 1st 1956 with the first draw on June 1st 1957)

59. When were Nobel Prizes first awarded?

1901 (accept 1899 – 1903)

60. AltaVista, which closed down in 2011, was an early type of what?

INTERNET SEARCH ENGINE

61. Who recently won the 2012 series of Celebrity Big Brother?

DENISE WELCH

62. The 2012 Superbowl was played at the Lucas Oil Stadium in which city?

INDIANAPOLIS

63. Terry Biddlecombe was a champion in which sport in the 1960s?

HORSERACING (he won the National Hunt Champion Jockey title 3 times)

64. ‘Chimes Of Freedom : The Songs Of Bob Dylan’, released this month, is a 4 cd set of cover versions of Dylan songs issued to commemorate the 50th anniversary of what?

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL

65. What name is given to a person who cuts, polishes and engraves precious stones?

LAPIDARY

66. First appearing on children’s television in 1981, how is Patrick Clifton better known?

POSTMAN PAT

67. Until sacked in 612 BC, Nineveh was the capital of which empire?

ASSYRIAN

68. Helena is the capital of which US state?

MONTANA

69. Which former England manager was sacked by Nottingham Forest after just 10 matches in charge at the start of the 2011/12 season?

STEVE MCLAREN

70. Who is the mother of 5 children called Track, Trig Paxson Van, Bristol Sheeran Marie, Willow and Piper?

SARAH PALIN

71. Who wrote children’s books The Midnight Folk and The Box Of Delights and in 1967 was the last poet buried in Poets Corner?

JOHN MASEFIELD

72. In Manet’s painting ‘Bar At The Folies Bergere’, 2 bottles of which English beer are standing on the bar?

BASS

73. Which female American folk singer was the regular singer on the 60s TV programme The Frost Report ?

JULIE FELIX

74. Where in the body are the temporal bones?

SKULL

75. In which country was the wife of comedian Billy Connolly born?

NEW ZEALAND (Pamela Stephenson was born in New Zealand in 1949 and moved to Australia in 1964)

76. What bird did William Wordsworth refer to as ‘the pilgrim of the sky’?

SKYLARK

77. The novels of RD Wingfield were used as the basis of which television detective series which ran from 1992 to 2010 ?

A TOUCH OF FROST (accept Frost)

78. Why was Gary Dobson in the news last month?

HE WAS CONVICTED, ALONG WITH DAVID NORRIS, OF THE MURDER OF STEPHEN LAWRENCE

79. Which South African tennis player did Boris Becker beat to win his first Wimbledon title in 1985?

KEVIN CURREN

80. The only player to have won the FA Cup with both Liverpool and Everton, died on January 1st at the age of 46. What is his name?

GARY ABLETT

81. What did RAF Finningley become in 2005?

ROBIN HOOD AIRPORT (accept Doncaster Airport or Doncaster Sheffield Airport)

82. With whom did Karl Marx write the Communist Manifesto?

FRIEDRICH ENGELS

83. Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney are the 2 front runners for the Republican Presidential nomination. Name either of the other two potential candidates?

RON PAUL and RICK SANTORUM

84. What is the name of the RAF base on the Moray Firth which was the home of the Nimrod reconnaissance fleet until being closed in 2011?

KINLOSS

85. The album “Old Ideas”, released at the end of January, was the first release of new material in over seven years by which 77 year old singer/songwriter?

LEONARD COHEN

86. Which navigator is credited with popularising the name Australia where several venues (including a sporting one) and many geographical features are named after him?

MATTHEW FLINDERS

87. Who wrote the novel ‘Schindler’s Ark’ which formed the basis of the Spielberg film ‘Schindler’s List’?

THOMAS KENEALLY

88. The Information Commissioners Office which is responsible for both Data Protection and Freedom Of Information in the UK is based in which Cheshire town?

WILMSLOW

89. Which is the only country to have won at least 1 gold medal at every Summer Olympics?

GREAT BRITAIN

90. The name of which game can be traced to the winter hoods of French priests which were black on the outside and white on the inside?

DOMINOES

91. In Greek mythology, who commanded a group of fierce fighters called the Myrmidons?

ACHILLES

92. Which classic ballet tells the story of Odett who is turned into a creature by an evil sorcerer’s curse?

SWAN LAKE

93. Which London Underground line was the first to be built?

METROPOLITAN LINE

94. Which painter gave his name to a type of beard and a type of collar?

VAN DYCK

95. Which is the smallest of the Canadian provinces?

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

96. And finally, the token Valentines Day question…..The Saint Valentines Day Massacre took place in 1929 when 7 members of whose gang were murdered?

BUGS MORAN (accept George Moran)

Supplementaries

1. What was the subject of both the 18th and 21st Amendments to the US Constitution?

PROHIBITION (they covered the establishment and subsequent repeal)

2. The script of Thuluth, a variety of Islamic calligraphy, is seen on the flag of which country?

SAUDI ARABIA

3. Nunavut is a territory of which country?

CANADA

4. What is Hong Kong Phooey’s day job?

JANITOR

5. Ron Flowers was the oldest member of England’s 1966 World Cup winning squad. For which club did he play for the majority of his career?

WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS (Wolves)

6. Which instrument would you associate with bandleader Gene Krupa?

DRUMS

7. If someone from Manchester is a Mancunian, what term is sometimes used for someone from Macclesfield?

MAXONIAN

8. Why did Jeremy Clarkson get into trouble at the end of November last year?

HE JOKINGLY SUGGESTED THAT STRIKING PUBLIC SECTOR WORKERS SHOULD BE TAKEN OUT AND SHOT

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