Wednesday, October 10, 2012

QUESTIONS FOR 9.10.2012

 

Set by: Waters Green Rams

Vetted by: Church House, Bollington

1. ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

2. SCIENCE

3. SPORT

4. OUT SHOPPING

5. GEOGRAPHY

6. RECENTLY DEPARTED

7. HISTORY

8. SPEAKING OF LOVE ETC.

ROUND ONE - ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

1. Which chart-topping singer refers to fans as “Little Monsters”?

A. LADY GA-GA

2. The TV series The Body Farm is a 2012 spinoff from what TV series?

A. WAKING THE DEAD

3. Which famous composer (1833-1897), one of whose most famous sets of works are the Hungarian Dances, was a virtuoso pianist and conducted an affair with Clara, the wife of fellow composer Robert Schumann?

A. JOHANNES BRAHMS

4. Which 55-year old entertainer became a father for the first time in May 2012 and gave his son the name Buzz Cody Collins?

A. FRANK SKINNER

5. How many players contest the final round in the TV programme Eggheads?

A. SIX

6. On TV’s Mastermind, what does John Humphrys ask for in his second question to contenders?

A. THEIR OCCUPATION

7. Which entertainer, who died in 2007, was backed by John Chilton’s Feetwarmers from 1970 until 2003?

A. GEORGE MELLY

8. First appearing in print in 1950, which character was described as a “Pilot Of The Future”?

A. DAN DARE

SUPPLEMENTARIES

1. For her role in which film did Meryl Streep win Best Actress Oscar in 2012?

A. THE IRON LADY

2. What was the common real surname of singer Conway Twitty and actor Richard Burton?

A. JENKINS ( Harold & Richard)

ROUND TWO – SCIENCE

1. What can be defined as “The force opposing relative motion of two bodies in contact”?

A. FRICTION

2. What is the common name of the plant from which the drug digitalis is obtained?

A. FOXGLOVE

3. Which pale yellowish-green gas has the chemical symbol F?

A. FLUORINE

4. What nationality was Carl Linnaeus who, in the 18th century, devised the modern way of classifying animals?

A. SWEDISH

5. After nitrogen and oxygen, which noble gas is the 3rd most abundant in the Earth’s atmosphere?

A. ARGON

6. Which medical man (1827-1912), the first to be knighted, introduced the antiseptic system to surgery in the 19th century?

A. JOSEPH LISTER

7. Also known as a cachalot, which animal has the largest brain, weighing approximately 18lbs? (2 word answer required)

A. SPERM WHALE

8. London Lock Hospital, opened in 1747 in Grosvenor Place near Hyde Park, was the first clinic in Britain to open specifically to treat what?

A. VENEREAL DISEASES (Accept syphilis, gonorrhoea etc.)

SUPPLEMENTARIES

1. To the nearest whole number, how many grams are there to an Imperial Ounce?

(No leeway)

A. 28

2. In which year will Halley’s Comet next be seen from Earth? (Some leeway)

A. 2061 (Accept 2056-2066)

ROUND THREE – SPORT

1. Beating Chelsea on penalties in May, which club are the current holders of the FA Women’s Cup?

A. BIRMINGHAM CITY

2. Which racecourse lies 50 miles north-east of Carlisle and close to the confluence of the Tweed and Teviot rivers?

A. KELSO

3. Which player won the European Footballer Of The Year award in 2 of the first 4 years of its existence?

A. ALFREDO DI STEFANO

4. What nationality by birth are the Olympic 5000 metres gold medal-winning athletes Said Aouita and Hicham El Guerrouj?

A. MOROCCAN

5. Prior to winning the 2012 US Open title, how many times had Andy Murray been defeated in a Grand Slam singles final?

A. FOUR (Wimbledon, US Open & the Australia Open twice)

6. Name 1 of the 3 cricketers who jointly hold the record of 22 test match centuries for England?

A. COLIN COWDREY, WALLY HAMMOND OR GEOFFREY BOYCOTT

7. What 4 words were spoken by the Queen as part of the 2012 Olympic opening ceremony, filmed at Buckingham Palace?

A. GOOD EVENING, MR BOND

8. The Chiefs, who play in the Aviva Premiership Rugby Union League, are based in which city?

A. EXETER

SUPPLEMENTARIES

1. Which former postman won the World Snooker Title at his first attempt in 1979?

A. TERRY GRIFFITHS

2. What nickname was shared by Ricky Hatton and Thomas Hearns?

A. HITMAN

ROUND FOUR – OUT SHOPPING

1. Which department store, founded in Glasgow in 1849, bought out Army & Navy, Beatties and Rackhams and now has over 60 stores?

A. HOUSE OF FRASER

2. Grieves and Hawkes hold royal warrants as suppliers of what to the Royal Family?

A. MENSWEAR (ESPECIALLY UNIFORMS)

3. Which laundry detergent, made by Procter and Gamble, was the first to include stain-removing enzymes when it was launched in 1968?

A. ARIEL

4. Which discount chain, specialising in clothing, was founded by John Hargreaves in 1985 in Preston and has over 200 stores nationwide, including one with an SK11 postcode?

A. MATALAN

5. Which company, founded in 1932, is famous for its Cross Your Heart bra and 18 Hour Girdle?

A. PLAYTEX

6. Which brand of cat food shares its name with an ancient kingdom thought to have been in present-day Yemen?

A. SHEBA

7. What is the cost of a first class postage stamp, for a standard size letter?

A. 60P (with effect from April 2012)

8. What is the cost of a Euromillions Lottery ticket? (no leeway)

A. £2

SUPPLEMENTARIES

1. Which brand of toys were advertised with the slogan “Real tough toys for real tough boys”?

A. TONKA

2. Which sweets were re-branded as Starburst in 1998?

A. OPAL FRUITS

ROUND FIVE – GEOGRAPHY

1. What is the most northerly motorway in the UK?

A. M90

2. By what alternative name is Belfast International Airport sometimes known?

A. ALDERGROVE (Belfast CITY Airport is now known as George Best Airport)

3. What is the 2nd largest island in the Mediterranean Sea?

A. SARDINIA

4. What is the Aboriginal name for Ayers Rock?

A. ULURU

5. The notorious Cantril Farm estate was renamed Stockbridge Village in 1983 and lies within the boundaries of which English city?

A. LIVERPOOL

6. Situated in the UK, taking its name from a nearby town and opening in 2002, by what 2-word name is the world’s only rotating boatlift known?

A. FALKIRK WHEEL

7. The island formerly called Formosa is now as what?

A. TAIWAN

8. The busiest airport in Italy is situated in the Fiumicino district on the outskirts of Rome. After whom is this airport named?

A. LEONARDO DA VINCI

SUPPLEMENTARIES

1. What is the largest national park in Britain?

A. CAIRNGORMS

2. The world’s largest coral reef lies off the coast of which Australian state?

A. QUEENSLAND

ROUND SIX – RECENTLY DEPARTED

From the description, name the person, all of whom died during 2012 –

1. Died in September, aged 91. Best-known for being the song-writing partner of Burt Bacharach.

A. HAL DAVID

2. Died in July, aged 89. Born in Oldham, this radio, TV & film writer, actor, director and comedian came to fame with Goon Shows scripts in the 1950s.

A. ERIC SYKES

3. Died in May, aged 84. Born to Jewish parents in London and was the creator of the “Bob” hairstyle. Mary Quant was one of his most famous models.

A. VIDAL SASSOON

4. Died in September, aged 90. As a jockey, known as John Lawrence, he finished 2nd in the Grand National in the 1960s. He became a TV pundit and was founder and president of the Injured Jockeys’ Fund.

A. LORD OAKSEY

5. Died in July, aged 72. Born in Dublin, a novelist and columnist who wrote about smalltown life in Ireland, selling 40 million books worldwide. Works include Circle Of Friends and Light A Penny Candle.

A. MAEVE BINCHY

6. Died in August, aged 68. Film director and producer born in North Shields. Mystery surrounds his death when he drowned after jumping from a bridge in Los Angeles.

A. TONY SCOTT

7. Died in August, aged 90. The author of Sex And The Single Girl and editor of Cosmopolitan magazine for 30 years.

A. HELEN GURLEY BROWN

8. Died in January, aged 46. Former Everton and Birmingham City footballer and Stockport County manager.

A. GARY ABLETT

SUPPLEMENTARIES

1. Died in February, aged 49. Drowned in the bath. Cousin of Dionne Warwick.

A. WHITNEY HOUSTON

2. Died in August, aged 82. Became the first of 12 in July, 1969.

A. NEIL ARMSTRONG

ROUND SEVEN – HISTORY

1. Which Scottish explorer (1771-1806), who trained in surgery and botany, is considered to be the first European to see the river Niger?

A. MUNGO PARK

2. In which year was the Mary Celeste found drifting in the Atlantic, having set out from New York bound for Genoa? (some leeway)

A. 1872 (accept 1867-1877)

3. Taking their name from the colour of their uniforms, what name was given to the auxiliary police force used, in 1920-1921, by the British-led Royal Irish Constabulary to suppress Irish Republicans?

A. BLACK AND TANS

4. Taking the throne in 1714, who was Britain’s first Hanoverian monarch?

A. GEORGE THE FIRST

5. Who was the prime minister of Southern Rhodesia when it made its Unilateral Declaration Of Independence in 1965?

A. IAN SMITH

6. Who collaborated with Karl Marx to produce the Communist Manifesto in 1848?

A. FRIEDRICH ENGELS

7. In which year did King Edward The Eighth reign? (no leeway)

A. 1936

8. Who was the dictator overthrown in Cuba by Fidel Castro in 1959?

A. FULGENCIO BATISTA

SUPPLEMENTARIES

1. Give a year during which Herbert Asquith was British Prime Minister?

A. 1908-1916

2. The Battle of Castillon, considered the first battle in European history where the use of cannon was a major factor in determining the victor, took place in which war?

A. ONE HUNDRED YEARS’ WAR (in 1453)

ROUND EIGHT – SPEAKING OF LOVE, ETC

1. What is love in the title of a 1955 film, starring William Holden and Jennifer Jones, the title song being a number 2 hit in the UK for the Four Aces?

A. (LOVE IS) A MANY-SPLENDOURED THING

2. Who wrote, in a work of 1850, “It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all”?

A. ALFRED, LORD TENNYSON

3. Give the 3 words that complete this rhyme by Philip Larkin-

Sexual intercourse began

In nineteen sixty-three

(which was rather late for me) -

Between the end of the Chatterley ban

And the …………………………………………

A. BEATLES’ FIRST LP.

4. Complete the proverb, “Love laughs at..................”.

A. LOCKSMITHS

5. “If music be the food of love, play on” comes from which Shakespeare play?

A. TWELFTH NIGHT

6. One of the principal characters of which work of 2011 said, “I’ve never had vanilla sex before. There’s a lot to be said for it. But then maybe it’s because it’s with you”?

A. FIFTY SHADES OF GREY (Spoken by Christian Grey)

7. Who wrote “Oh, my love’s like a red red rose, that’s newly sprung in June” in a work of 1794?

A. ROBBIE BURNS

8. In which Shakespeare work does the line “The course of true love never did run smooth” appear?

A. A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

SUPPLEMENTARIES

1. Which 4-member band had a UK number 1 hit in 2010 a BBC Children In Need single Love You More?

A. JLS

2. Who wrote the screenplay and novel that were the basis of the 1970 film Love Story?

A. ERICH SEGAL

 

General knowledge questions

Harrington B

9th October 2012

  1. Apart from an artist or decorator, what is a painter?

A ROPE ON THE BOW OF A SHIP FOR TYING UP (accept rope)

  1. What is the title of JK Rowling’s latest book, her first for adult readers?

THE CASUAL VACANCY

  1. Who is Mitt Romney’s running mate in the US elections?

PAUL RYAN

  1. Who is the Tory Chief Whip, of ‘Bicyclegate’ fame?

ANDREW MITCHELL

  1. The Battle of Denmark Strait saw the sinking of which famous British warship?

HMS HOOD (by the German battleship Bismarck)

  1. Who was Rome’s adversary in the Punic Wars fought between 264 and 146BC?

CARTHAGE

  1. Which commonly used word in English means ‘Water of Life’ in Gaelic?

WHISKY

  1. Name the woman who, in 1921, opened Britain’s first birth control clinic.

MARIE STOPES

  1. In which country are the Carpathian Mountains mainly to be found?

ROMANIA

  1. How is Isabella Mary Mayson better known?

MRS BEETON

  1. Which motorway links Portsmouth to Southampton?

M27

  1. What does the V in DVD stand for?

VERSATILE

  1. What was invented in 1934 by Wallace Carothers?

NYLON

  1. How was John Merrick, who lived from 1862 to 1890, better known?

THE ELEPHANT MAN

  1. How was Shirley Crabtree, who died in 1997, better known?

BIG DADDY (wrestler)

  1. In feet, how wide is a hockey goal?

12 FEET

  1. Who was the Greek God of Time?

CHRONOS

  1. In which year did the Tiananmen Square massacre take place?

1989 (accept 1988 -90)

  1. Which city hosted the 1952 Olympic Games?

Helsinki

  1. According to legend, in which castle was King Arthur born?

TINTAGEL CASTLE

  1. What is measured in a manometer?

PRESSURE (of gases)

  1. In which country was boxer Joe Bugner born?

HUNGARY

  1. What fruit provides the basis for Cumberland sauce?

REDCURRANTS

  1. Who was the first Prime Minister of Israel?

DAVID BEN GURION

  1. Give either forename of GK Chesterton?

GILBERT KEITH

  1. What word describes the study of rocks and their structure?

PETROLOGY

  1. Who painted ‘The Judgement of Paris’?

RUBENS

  1. In what year did the Jarrow hunger march take place?

1936 (accept 1935-37)

  1. The Bekkaa (pronounced ‘BEK-KAR’) Valley is in which Middle Eastern country?

LEBANON

  1. What are measured on a range of 1 to 12 on the Mercalli Scale?

EARTHQUAKES

  1. In what year did the Peterloo Massacre take place?

1819 (accept 1817 – 1821)

  1. Who was the best-known sister of Castor and Pollux?

HELEN OF TROY

  1. What was the Roman name for Chester?

DEVA

  1. What collective term is used to describe a group of ants?

A COLONY

  1. Where in the body would you find rods and cones?

THE EYE (light sensitive cells on the retina)

  1. Who was known as ‘The Man with the Golden Trumpet’?

EDDIE CALVERT

  1. What is a squirrel’s nest called?

A DREY

  1. In what year will we witness the next Preston Guild (no leeway)?

2032 (20 years from this year’s event)

  1. On which ground did Jim Laker take a record 19 for 90 against Australia in 1956?

OLD TRAFFORD

  1. How is the disease Varicella better known?

CHICKEN POX

  1. What name describes someone who makes arrows?

A FLETCHER

  1. Who was the first female jockey to compete in the Grand National?

CHARLOTTE BREW (in 1977)

  1. How did soldier Lynette Pearce make the news earlier this year?

SHE HAD A BABY ON THE FRONTLINE IN AFGHANISTAN (in September)

  1. Who won cricket’s 2012 County Championship?

WARWICKSHIRE

  1. The jester Jack Point appears in which Gilbert & Sullivan operetta?

YEOMEN OF THE GUARD

  1. Which capital city stands on the River Senne or Zenne?

BRUSSELS

  1. What is the width in inches of a set of cricket stumps?

9 INCHES

  1. How many players are there in a netball team?

SEVEN

  1. Who, in 1929, first proposed the Big Bang theory?

EDWIN HUBBLE

  1. What type of creature is a Dotterel?

A BIRD (of the plover family)

  1. Gunmetal is a mixture of copper, tin and which other metal?

ZINC

  1. What is the name of Hercule Poirot’s assistant in the much-repeated TV series?

CAPTAIN HASTINGS

  1. What colour is worn by a greyhound running from trap 4?

BLACK

  1. By what name is Lake Tiberius better known?

SEA OF GALILEE

  1. On 17th June 1775, where was the first major battle of the American War of Independence fought?

BUNKER HILL

  1. Whose womanising is the subject of the nursery rhyme ‘Georgie Porgie, Pudding & Pie’?

GEORGE I

  1. Graphology is the study of what?

HANDWRITING

  1. The kuna is the currency of which country?

CROATIA

  1. Which capital city was called Christiana until 1877?

OSLO

  1. What is the common name of potassium nitrate?

SALTPETRE

  1. Which ruler had Sir Walter Raleigh executed on a charge of conspiracy?

JAMES I

  1. Who won Britain’s first medal at the London 2012 Olympics?

LIZZIE ARMITSTEAD (Silver, Women’s Cycle Road Race)

  1. On what date is Trafalgar Day celebrated?

21ST OCTOBER (no leeway)

  1. Which British author became Governor General of Canada in 1935?

JOHN BUCHAN

  1. Who wrote the poem ‘Night Mail’?

WH AUDEN

  1. What is the purpose of an Ishihara Test?

TO CHECK FOR COLOUR BLINDNESS

  1. Who famously said “God does not play dice”?

ALBERT EINSTEIN

  1. Which herb is the main ingredient of pesto sauce?

BASIL

  1. What was the real forename of the landscape gardener ‘Capability’ Brown?

LANCELOT

  1. What Latin term describes the route taken by Christ through Jerusalem to Calvary?

VIA DOLOROSA

  1. At which sports venue could you stand at Stowe Corner?

SILVERSTONE

  1. In what year did Robert Maxwell die?

1991 (accept 1990 – 92)

  1. What is the chemical name for gypsum or Plaster of Paris?

CALCIUM SULPHATE

  1. Elected in 1722, who is widely regarded as Britain’s first Prime Minister?

ROBERT WALPOLE

  1. Which book begins “I was born in 1632, in the city of York”?

ROBINSON CRUSOE

  1. Which Gilbert & Sullivan operetta is sub-titled ‘The Slave to Duty’?

THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE

  1. How many acres are there in a square mile?

640

  1. Which chemical element derives its name from the Greek word for ‘pale green’?

CHLORINE (from the Greek chloros)

  1. In which organ of the body is glycogen stored?

THE LIVER

  1. The Torres Strait separates Australia from which other country?

PAPUA NEW GUINEA

  1. Whose plot against Elizabeth I led to the death of Mary Queen of Scots?

SIR ANTHONY BABINGTON

  1. Which actor, famous for his role as Inspector Dreyfus in the Pink Panther amongst others, died in September 2012?

HERBERT LOM

  1. Name the actor who has played David Frost, Tony Blair and Brian Clough in various films over the last 10 years (both names required).

MICHAEL SHEEN

  1. Who was the last British monarch to be killed in battle?

RICHARD III

  1. In which year did Britain have the 3-day week?

1974 (accept 1973-75)

  1. What simple device was patented by Walter Hunt in April 1849?

THE SAFETY PIN

  1. Which African country was formerly known as Basutoland?

LESOTHO

  1. What is the capital of Pakistan?

ISLAMABAD

  1. Give a year in the life of novelist Jane Austen.

1775 to 1817

  1. Name the G4S Chief Executive at the centre of the Olympics security fiasco?

NICK BUCKLES

  1. In which year did Macclesfield Town gain promotion to the Football League?

1997 (no leeway)

  1. Who was born Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller?

AGATHA CHRISTIE

  1. LIBOR made the news with the Barclays rate fixing scandal – for what does the ‘O’ stand?

OFFERED (London Inter-Bank Offered Rate)

  1. Who trains the wonder racehorse Frankel?

SIR HENRY CECIL

  1. Lewis Hamilton recently announced his move to Mercedes for the 2013 F1 season. Who will replace him at McLaren?

SERGIO PEREZ (currently driving for Sauber)

  1. Which horse won the Cheltenham Gold Cup in March 2012 only to suffer a fatal accident at Aintree the following month?

SYNCHRONISED


SUPPLEMENTARIES

Which king was murdered by his wife and her lover, Roger Mortimer?

EDWARD II

How is 21 expressed as a binary number?

10101

Who, in 1643, discovered Fiji?

ABEL TASMAN

Horripilation is a medical term for what?

GOOSE BUMPS

What was the Beatles’ first single, released 50 years ago last week?

LOVE ME DO

Who captained the American team that spectacularly lost golf’s Ryder Cup in September 2012?

DAVIS LOVE

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