Wednesday, March 19, 2014

18th March–The Questions

 

 

Specialist questions

as set by the Bate Hall Horntails:

Categories:

Transport through the ages

Geography

Picture round – Coats of Arms

History the 1960`s

Science

Sport

Entertainment

Art and Culture

Transport through the ages

  1. In 1904, the Cunard line launched a ship called Lusitania as rival to White Star line luxury liners. She also had a sister ship that was launched in 1907. What was this called?
    1. Mauritania.
  2. The ship Titanic was one of 3 sister ships that were built for the White Star company starting in 1911. Name either of the other 2 ships.
    1. Olympic or Britannic
  3. Starting in 1947, which car company introduced a series of models that were named after English Counties, for example Devon, Somerset, and Hampshire (among others)?
    1. Austin
  4. Started in 1864, which London Underground line now has terminii at Wimbledon, Richmond and Ealing Broadway in the south and west, and Upminster in the east?
    1. District line
  5. Which aircraft company that was started in 1920 made planes called Mosquito, Tiger Moth and Dragon Rapide (among others)?
    1. De Havilland
  6. Which car company introduced a series of models starting in 1947 called Consort, Conquest and Regency?
    1. Daimler
  7. Started gradually from 1900 onwards, which London Underground line has termini at West Ruislip and Ealing Broadway in the west and Epping in the east?
    1. Central line
  8. Two of the famous WWII fighter planes were the Spitfire and Hurricane. Supermarine made the Spitfire. Which company designed and the made Hurricanes starting in 1936?
    1. Hawker

Supplementary Questions:

  1. If the gauge of standard railways in the UK is 4ft. 8½ins, what was the gauge of the Great Western Railways system designed by IK Brunel opened, gradually, from 1838 to 1841 ?
    1. 7ft. 0¼ ins. ( accept 7ft )
  2. Cowcaddens, Hillhead and St Enoch are 3 stations on which UK underground train system that was opened in 1896 and consists of 2 circular lines and 15 stations?
    1. Glasgow

Geography

Q1. Which United States state has the lowest population?

A1. Wyoming

Q2. Apart from Mexico name one of the other two countries partly on the Yucatan peninsular?

A2. Belize or Guatemala.

Q3. The Schengen Agreement concerning border controls was signed in 1985. In what country is Schengen?

A3. Luxembourg

Q4. Which African country is the most populous landlocked country in the world?

A4. Ethiopia

Q5 What kind of landform is a Tepui?

A5. A flat topped mountain (mainly found in the North East of South America)

Q6. By population, what is the largest city in Morocco?

A6. Casablanca

Q7. Kibo, Mawenzi, and Shira are the three main peaks of which mountain?

A7. Kilimanjaro

Q8. In which continent are the Queen Maud mountains?

A8. Antarctic

Supplementaries

Q9. What is the only state in the United States whose name has one syllable?

A9. Maine

Q10. What is the exclave of Russia that is surrounded by Lithuania and Poland on the Baltic Sea?

A10. Kaliningrad Oblast (accept Kaliningrad)

Coats of Arms – Picture round

You’ve all seen these in your travels…. You’re given a picture. You provide

The County / Town / City represented - Hint.. they’re all places NORTH of a line from Bristol to The Wash

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  1. Manchester: symbol …the Bee..

a) By wisdom and Effort

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  1. Leicester: the Fox,

a) Forward, Forward hunting cry

 

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  1. Nottingham: the tree …Forest

a) Progress with wisdom

 

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  1. Warwickshire: Bear, chains, limb from a tree

a) Not without right

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  1. Liverpool: Liver birds, dolphin,

a) God has given us this tranquillity

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  1. Sheffield: Anvil, arrows, sheaf of wheat

a) With God’s help, our labour is successful

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  1. Newcastle on Tyne: 3 castles; sea-horses

a) Triumphing by a brave defence

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  1. Stoke: Pottery

a) United strength is stronger

Supplementaries:

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  1. Preston:

a) PP - proud Preston. The St. Wilfred's lamb. The Patron Saint of Preston

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  1. Widnes: retort, bees (again), red rose of Lancashire

a) Industry enriches

History – the 1960`s

1) What year was Prince Charles invested as Prince Of Wales? A.1969

2. Which Pop Group?s original name was ?Pete Novak and the Heartbeats?? A. Hermans Hermits

3. By what name did Malaya, Sabah, Sarawak and Singapore become known in 1963? A. Malaysia

4. Which model was voted the face of 1966? A. Twiggy

5. Which country singer was killed in a plane crash in 1964? A. Jim Reeves

6. What year did the unsuccessful Bay of Pigs invasion by US-backed troops take place? A. 1961

7. Which lord led the inquiry into the 1963 Profumo affair? A. Lord Denning

8. On 23rd April 1964, who became the first commoner to appear on a Royal Mail presentation stamp pack? A. William Shakespeare

Supplementaries:

9. Which brand of toothpaste was advertised on television as having a ring of confidence? A. Colgate

10. Benjamin Brittens war Requiem was first performed at the consecration of which Cathedral in 1962? A. Coventry

Science:

1. Whose theory placed the sun at the centre of the solar system? Copernicus

2. Who first developed the theory of Evolution by natural selection in 1859? Charles Darwin

3. What is the more common name for the medical condition of periorbital hematoma?
Black eye

4. Robert Oppenheimer is best remembered for his work on what? The Manhattan Project (accept Atomic Bomb)

5. Which metaphysician developed the theory of calculus at the same time as did Newton? Gotfried Wilhelm Leibniz

6. Who developed the modern system of classifying plants and animals and is considered to be the father of modern taxonomy? Carl Linnaeus

7. Who discovered X-rays or electromagnetic radiation in a wavelength? Wilhelm Roentgen

8. Who proposed in 1869 the periodic table of chemical elements?   Dmitri Mendelev

Supplementaries:

1. Who was hit on the head by a falling apple and so discovered Gravity? Isaac Newton

2. Who proposed his 2 theories of Relativity, special and general? Albert Einstein

Sport

  1. The first medal of any colour to be awarded to a British athlete at the London Olympics in 2012 went to whom? A: Lizzie Armistead (Cycling Road Race – Silver)
  2. The England Women’s Football (Soccer) team played its first international match in November 1972 against which country? A: Scotland
  3. Kelly Holmes won gold in the 800m in Athens in 2004. Who was the first British woman to win gold in this event? A: Ann Packer (Tokyo 1964)
  4. Open Era Tennis began in 1968. Who was the first women’s champion in the US Open that year? A: Virginia Wade
  5. Who was the skip of the GB men’s curling team at the Sochi Olympic Games?
    A: David Murdoch
  6. Name either of the two British women won gold in the Coxless Pairs event at the 2012 Olympics. A: Helen Glover or Heather Stanning
  7. How old was George Foreman when, in 1994, he became the oldest heavyweight champion in history? A: 45 (accept 44-46)
  8. Which boxing promoter was indicted for filing a false insurance claim with Lloyd’s of London? A: Don King

Supplementaries

  1. Which former World Heavyweight boxing champion was nicknamed “the real deal”?
    A: Evander Holyfield.
  2. In what Decade did England and Australia contest the first ever Women’s Test Cricket Match between the 2 countries? A: 1930`s (1934 December, in Brisbane, England won)

Entertainment

Identity Issues

1. In which Alfred Hitchcock film is the the character Roger Thornhill mistaken for a government agent?

North By North West

2. In which film are a group of science fiction actors mistaken for astronauts and kidnapped by aliens?

Galaxy Quest

3. In which Shakespeare play are two pairs of identical twins separated by a shipwreck?

Comedy of Errors

4. Which Mark Twain novel deals with switched identities?

The Prince and the Pauper

5. Which Gilbert and Sullivan opera about mistaken identity is set in the make believe kingdom of Barataria?

The Gondoliers

6. In which Gilbert and Sullivan opera does Little Buttercup confess that she mixed up the children she was caring for?

H.M.S Pinafore

7. Who sang about a wanted criminal posing as Sister Josephine?

Jake Thackray

8. Who sang the ‘It Ain’t Me Babe’?

Bob Dylan

Supplementaries

9. Which female singer had an album called ‘Mistaken Identity’?

Donna Summer

10. In which film is the character played by Jeff Bridges confused with a millionaire with same surname whose wife owes money to the mob?

The Big Lebowski

Art and Culture

  1. The Bennet family appear in which Jane Austen novel? a) Pride and Prejudice
  2. Which painter is associated with the Stour valley on the Essex/Suffolk border? a) John Constable
  3. Who painted a number of paintings of water lilies in his garden at Giverney? a) Claude Monet
  4. Who wrote The Day of the Jackal about an attempted assassination of Charles de Gaulle? a) Frederick Forsyth
  5. During the reign of which King of England was Hans Holbein the Younger a prominent painter? a) Henry VIII
  6. Who is the chief protagonist in John Buchan’s The 39 Steps? a) Richard Hannay
  7. Whose “Laughable Lyrics” included The Quangle Wangle’s Hat and The Dong with a Luminous Nose? a) Edward Lear
  8. In which play does Lady Bracknell memorably say “A handbag?” a) The Importance of Being Ernest by Oscar Wilde

Supplementaries:

  1. For which Henrik Ibsen play, first performed in 1876, did Edvard Grieg compose the instrumental music?

A) Peer Gynt

  1. Who wrote the Booker Prize winning novel The Life of Pi?

A) Yann Martel

General Knowledge

Set by Prince of Wales

1. Which animated series features characters including Butters, Jimmy and Kenny?

A. South Park

2. In what year was the actress Joan Collins born?

A. 1933 (accept two years either way 31-35)

3. Which artist painted ‘Rain Steam’ and speed – The Great Western Railway in 1844?

A. Turner

4. Who was the start of the 1953 film ‘Monseiur Hulot’s Holiday’?

A. Jacques Tati

5. Which people feature in the latest exhibition at The British Museum which runs until June 2014?

A. The Viking

6. Of which rock band was Derek Smalls the bassist?

A. Spinal Tap

7. According to Greek legend, what object was to be found in the land of Colchis?

A. The Golden Fleece

8. From which language does the word slalom originate?

A. Norwegian

9. Who captained England in the 5-1 victory over Germany in 2001?

A. David Beckham

10. Which Latin phrase means in good faith?

A. Bona Fide

11. With what type of entertainment would you associate Marcel Marceau?

A. Mime

12. Which historical figure is the main character in ‘A Man For All Seasons’?

A. Thomas More

13. In maths which word is represented by three dots in a triangular formation, one dot above two dots?

A. Therefore

14. Which is the only property on a traditional British Monopoly board which is south of the River Thames?

A. The Old Kent Road

15. Which king of England is supposed to have hidden in a tree after the battle of Worcester?

A. Charles II

16. The Heriot-Watt University is found in which city?

A. Edinburgh

17. Which character sings ‘I Don’t Know How To Love Him’ in the musical ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’?

A. Mary Magdelene

18. According to the group Radiohead what does 2+2=?

A. 5

19. In which year did Arsene Wenger join Arsenal as manager?

A. 1996 (One year leeway 95-97)

20. What was Norman Tebbitt’s job before he entered Parliament?

A. Airline pilot (accept pilot)

21. Which type of pasta’s name means ‘little worms’?

A. Vermicelli

22. Which phone company is currently using a five year old girl and a cat both singing ‘We Built this City’ in its current tv advert?

A. Three

23. What is the name of the elder of the two girls in ‘The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe’?

A. Susan

24. How many packs of cards are required to play Bezique?

A. Two

25. In which film did Jane Fonda ‘do her own thing’ in the 40th century?

A. Barbarella

26. Who composed the ‘Enigma Variations’?

A. Elgar

27. Which city in America is known as “The Biggest Little City in the World”?

A. Reno

28. What bird was the nickname of the German swimmer Michael Gross?

A. The Albratross

29. Who fell after colliding with Zola Budd in the 3000 metres in the 1984 Olympics?

A. Mary Decker

30. St Stephens Day is better known as what in the UK?

A. Boxing Day

31. A scallop sculpture on Aldeburgh beach in Suffolk is a tribute to which composer?

A. Benjamin Britten

32. Who is often misquoted as saying ‘Well he would say that, wouldn’t he’ in court?

A. Mandy Rice-Davies

33. What was Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s first son called?

A. Sonny

34. In which Gerry Anderson series was the main villain called Zelda?

A. Terrahawks

35. Who was the king of the Trojans during the Trojan war?

A. King Priam

36. In ‘Billy Elliot’ what does Billy’s father want him to train at instead of ballet?

A. Boxing

37. What is the connection between two lengths of railway track known as?

A. A Fishplate

38. What was Radio 4 Extra previous called?

A. Radio 7

39. What are members of The Watchtower Movement better known as?

A. Jehovah’s Witnesses

40. In Judaism kosher foods are allowed, but what word is given for those that are not allowed?

A. Treifa (accept trayf, treyf, or tref)

41. Which European astronomer was the first to record that the Sun had spots?

A. Galileo

42. Which island was held by the Knights of St John from 1530 to 1798?

A. Malta

43. Which English Prime Minister was known as “the Great Commoner”?

A. William Pitt the Elder

44. How many points did England score in the 2003 Rugby Union World Cup Final of 2003?

A. 20

45. Rudolph, Ronald and O’Kelley were which singing Brothers?

A. The Isley Brothers

46. Which US singer played the title character in the war film ‘Von Ryan’s Express’?

A. Frank Sinatra

47. Which Greenpeace ship was sunk in Auckland harbour in 1985?

A. Rainbow Warrior

48. Which bandmaster composed ‘The Stars and Stripes Forever’?

A. John Philip Sousa

49. What were the ‘Dogs of War’ in the novel by Frederick Forsyth?

A. Mercenaries

50. Which strait links San Francisco Bay with the Pacific?

A. Golden Gate

51. In which country is the wine-growing Barossa Valley?

A. Australia

52. Which scientist discovered that yeast causes fermentation?

A. Louis Pasteur

53. The NUPE was the Nation Union of what?

A. Public Employees

54. An inscription on whose grave reads ’ The Philosophers have only interpreted the world in various ways - The point however is to change it?

A. Karl Marx

55. Alevin and Parr are stages in the development of which fish?

A. Salmon

56. What are holes in a ship’s deck called which allow water to run off?

A. Scuppers

57. What is the dog in The Tweenies called?

A. Doodles

58. According to a TV Theme Tune who ‘was feared by the bad, loved by the good’?

A. Robin Hood

59. In a poem by Edward Lear, what was peculiar about the ‘Pobble’?

A. It had no toes

60. Name one of the two kinds of tree that can be called an osier?

A. Willow or Dogwood

61. Which comedian’s catch phrase was ‘Now there’s a funny thing’?

A. Max Miller

62. What was the title of the sequel to the children’s book ‘The Gruffalo’?

A. The Gruffalo’s Child

63. What breed of retriever takes its name from a North American bay?

A. Chesapeake Bay Retriever

64. What was the name of the daughter to Papa in the Renault Ad?

A. Nicole

65. Which Sunday newspaper first featured extracts from Bridget Jones’ Diary in the mid 1990s?

A. Independent on Sunday

66. Who commanded the Prussian troops at the Battle of Waterloo?

A. Marshal Blucher

67. On which part of the body is the skin the thinnest?

A. The eyelid

68. Which monarch was known as ‘the wisest fool in Christendom’?

A. James I (James VI of Scotland)

69. Yassar Arafat died in 2004, but in which country was he when he died?

A. France

70. The poster advertising the musical ‘Miss Saigon’ featured which form of transport?

A. Helicopter

71. Which duo wrote and first recorded `The Hippopotamus Song` - ‘Mud Mud, Glorious Mud’?

A. Flanders and Swann

72. In childrens fiction what type of creature is the ballerina Angelina?

A. Mouse

73. Which satirical TV comedy programme of the 90`s featured a four legged creature in its title?

A. Drop the Dead Donkey

74. Which hairdresser pioneered the geometric haircut of the 1960s?

A. Vidal Sassoon

75. To which group of trees do blue gum and red gum belong?

A. Eucalyptus

76. In the Matrix films what is the surname of the hero Neo, played by Keanu Reeves?

A. Anderson

77. Which prime minister proposed to bring in a 10.30pm TV curfew in 1973?

A. Edward Heath

78. What was the name of the spacecraft piloted by Steve Zodiac?

A. Fireball XL5

79. In the Bible, who asked for the head of John the Baptist?

A. Salome

80. Which canal was built by Ferdinand de Lessups?

A. The Suez Canal

81. The oil storage terminal at Buncefield, the scene of a major explosion in 2005, is near which town?

A. Hemel Hempstead

82. Who was the star of comedy films including ‘Ask a Policeman’, ‘Convict 99’ and ‘Boys will be Boys’?

A. Will Hay

83. Which Rochdale Cowboy was a 1970s folk club favourite?

A. Mike Harding

84. In which country would you see a lady traditionally wear a mantilla?

A. Spain

85. Which country won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1992, 1993 and 1994?

A. Republic of Ireland

86. Whose cave inspired Mendelssohn to compose his Hebrides overture?

A. Fingal’s

87. Which American Football Team won the first AFL-NFL championship later to be known as Super Bowl 1?

A. Green Bay Packers (they beat Kansas City Chiefs)

88. In which book would you find the character Mrs Do-as-you-would-be-done-by?

A. The Water Babies (by Charles Kingsley)

89. Leibniz’s calculating machine (the Stepped reckoner) was the first to perform which function?

A. Multiplication (it was actually the first to perform all 4 functions of multiplication, division, subtraction and addition)

90. Name any of the stations that appear on a traditional American Monopoly Board?

A. B&O, Reading, Short Line, Pennsylvania

91. Who invaded the stage all on his own to disrupt Michael Jackson’s appearance at The Brits in 1996?

A. Jarvis Cocker

92. On which London Underground Line is Marble Arch?

A. Central Line

93. What colour is the ribbon on a Victoria Cross?

A. Purple

94. In which country was King Juan Carlos of Spain born?

A. Italy

95. What type of fruit are Pershore eggs and Marjorie’s seedlings?

A. Plums

96. Who commands the ‘black Pig’?

A. Captain Pugwash

Supps

1. To ten either way, how many test wickets did Denis Lillie take?

A. 355 (345-365)

2. In which city was Ray Davies of The Kinks shot in the leg in 2004?

A. New Orleans

3. With which metal is the Iron Cross edged?

A. Silver

4. Which spice comes from the crocus?

A. Saffron

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