Thursday, April 14, 2016

April 12th The Questions

 

Set By

The Weaver

Vetted by: Plough Horntails and Sutton Club

Specialist Rounds are:

Geography

Arts and Entertainment

Sport

Science

Second Chance

A Doctor Round

Nicknames

History

GEOGRAPHY

Q1 KIGALI is the capital city of which African country?

A1 RWANDA

Q2 LJUBLJANA (pronounced Loo Be Ana) is the capital city of which European country?

A2 SLOVENIA

Q3 Which village in the Scottish Borders region stands at the northern end of the Pennine Way national trail?

A3 KIRK YETHOLM

Q4 At some 630 miles (1014 km) which national trail is the UK’s longest national trail?

A4 SOUTH WEST COAST PATH (accept South West Way)

Q5 Which Scottish loch is the deepest freshwater body in the British Isles?

A5 LOCH MORAR (max depth of 1017 ft - 310 m)

Q6 What is the highest mountain in Northern Ireland?

A6 SLIEVE DONARD (2697ft – 822m)

Q7 What is the name of the inland sea that lies between the Dardanelles Strait and the Bosphorus Strait in Turkey?

A7 SEA OF MARMARA

Q8 SCHENGEN, the town after which the treaty allowing the free movement of people within the E.U. is named, is in which country?

A8 LUXEMBOURG

Supplementary Questions

Q9 Latvia has land borders with Lithuania, Estonia, Russia and which other country?

A9 BELARUS

Q10 The Four Corners Monument in the U.S.A. marks the spot where the states of New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona and which other state meet?

A10 UTAH

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

All the questions/answers concern classic British sitcoms

Q1 What is the character name of the language mangling policeman in “Allo-Allo”?

A1 OFFICER CRABTREE

Q2 A dim witted person of low intelligence, famous for statements such as “I fell in love with Agatha Christie after seeing her in Dr. Zhivago”, & “I never knew my father, he died some years before I was born”, Colin Ball is perhaps one of the best remembered characters in sitcom history. By what name is Colin Ball better known?

A2 TRIGGER (Only Fools and Horses)

Q3 Reaching 36 in the UK singles chart in 1981, what is the title of the theme song of Hi-De-Hi?

A3 HOLIDAY ROCK (in full Hi-De-Hi Holiday Rock)

Q4 What is the title of the sitcom that starred Hylda Baker and Jimmy Jewel as the continually squabbling siblings Nellie and Eli Pledge, owners of Pledges Purer Pickles?

A4 NEAREST AND DEAREST

Q5 Who was the maker of the timepiece that finally enabled Del Boy and Rodney to become millionaires in Only Fools and Horses?

A5 JOHN HARRISON

Q6 Played by Nicholas Smith what was the name of the bumbling and incompetent floor manager in the sitcom “Are You Being Served”?

A6 MR RUMBOLD (Cuthbert “Jugears”) (Capt. Peacock was the floorwalker)

Q7 Stacey in “Gavin and Stacey” lives in which Welsh town?

A7 BARRY (accept Barry Island)

Q8 Played by David Kelly (also the one armed dishwasher Albert Riddle in Robins Nest) what is the name of the incompetent Irish builder used by Basil Fawlty in Fawlty Towers because he is cheap?

A8 MR. O’REILLY

Supplementary Questions

Q9 The band of which British Army regiment provides the theme music heard over the closing credits to “Dad’s Army”?

A9 COLDSTREAM GUARDS

Q10 In Porridge what is the name of the governor of Slade prison?

A10 MR. VENABLES (Geoffrey) (Mr McKay is a prison warder).

SPORT

A round of questions on sporting venues.

Q1 Which Welsh Rugby Union club side plays home games at the Liberty Stadium?

A1 OSPREYS

Q2 The Formula One venue known as the Albert Park street circuit is in which city?

A2 MELBOURNE

Q3 The 2016 cricket World Twenty20 final was played at Eden GARDENS Kolkata India, however which national test cricket team uses EDEN PARK as one of its home venues?

A3 NEW ZEALAND

Q4 Which rugby super league team plays home games at Langtree Park stadium?

A4 ST. HELENS (Moved there in 2012 from Knowsley Road).

Q5 With a capacity of 12,000, which current English premier league football club has the smallest ground capacity?

A5 BOURNEMOUTH

Q6 The home ground of the Surrey county cricket club, who is the owner of the Oval cricket ground?

A6 H.R.H. Prince Charles (accept the Duchy of Cornwall)

Q7 The first permanent showground in the UK for equestrian sport and home of the Royal International Horse Show, is located adjacent to which hamlet in West Sussex?

A7 HICKSTEAD

Q8 On which Scottish golf course did the first ever Open championship take place in 1860?

A8 PRESTWICK

Supplementary Questions

Q9 The Beijing National Stadium, built for the 2008 Olympics, is also known popularly by what other name due to its appearance?

A9 BIRDS NEST

Q10 Which US baseball team play home games at FENWAY PARK?

A10 BOSTON RED SOX

SCIENCE

Q1 Ophiology (or Ophidiology) is the study of which creatures?

A1 SNAKES

Q2 Which chemical element (atomic number 31) is named after the Roman name for ancient France?

A2 GALLIUM

Q3 Which company/foundation develops the Firefox web browser?

A3 MOZILLA

Q4 What does a polyorchid man have at least 3 of?

A4 TESTICLES

Q5 What is the SI unit of electric charge?

A5 COULOMB

Q6 Which colour in the visible spectrum has the longest wavelength?

A6 RED

Q7 What is the most abundant element, by mass, in the Earth's crust?

A7 OXYGEN (46.6%)

Q8 SOLANUM TUBEROSUM is the Latin name for the most widely cultivated species of which plant?

A8 POTATO

Supplementary Questions

Q9 In an electrical circuit what quantity is given by current multiplied by voltage?

A9 POWER (allow WATT – the SI Unit of power)

Q10 In biology which taxonomic classification is ranked between Order and Genus?

A10 FAMILY

SECOND CHANCE

All questions refer to someone or something that came or comes second.

Q1 Following Star Trek: The Motion Picture, what is the sub-title of Star Trek:II. the second movie in the original series?

A1 THE WRATH OF KHAN

Q2 The first amendment to the U.S. constitution protects freedoms of religion, speech and the press. What does the second amendment concern?

A2 THE RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS

Q3 After the Thames, what is the next longest river entirely within England?

A3 TRENT

Q4 In the BBC TV series Dr. Who, which actor was the second actor to play the lead role, after William Hartnell?

A4 PATRICK TROUGHTON

Q5 Who was the second Tudor king?

A5 HENRY VIII

Q6 Tresco is the second largest island in which archipelago?

A6 SCILLY ISLES

Q7 Which mountain is the U.K.’s second highest mountain after Ben Nevis?

A7 BEN MACDUI

Q8 Which jockey finished second to Tony McCoy on sixteen occasions during McCoy’s twenty year reign as National Hunt champion jockey?

A8 RICHARD JOHNSON

Supplementary Questions

Q9 What is Egypt’s second city by population after Cairo?

A9 ALEXANDRIA

Q10 What is the title of the second book in the Harry Potter series?

A10 HARRY POTTER AND THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS.

A DOCTOR ROUND

All these people, films etc. were/are known as Doctor, Doc, etc.

Q1 The rapper Andre Morrell Young

A1 DR. DRE

Q2 A Mike Myers character in the Austin Powers films

A2 DR. EVIL

Q3 US pop band with Dennis Locorriere and Ray Sawyer

A3 DR. HOOK

Q4 British radio and TV presenter with the first name Neil

A4 DR. FOX

Q5 The fugitive in the long running T.V. Series “The Fugitive”?

A5 DR. RICHARD KIMBLE

Q6 Carbonated soft drink created in the 1880s

A6 DR. PEPPER

Q7 Real name of the notorious Nazi doctor (“the angel of death”) in Auschwitz concentration camp

A7 DR. JOSEF MENGELE

Q8 Pub band formed in Canvey Island in 1971

A8 DR. FEELGOOD

Supplementary Questions

Q9 Antagonist in the Sonic the Hedgehog series also known as Ivo Robotnik

A9 DR. EGGMAN

Q10 The mad professor in Monsters v Aliens spin offs

A10 DR. COCKROACH

NICKNAMES

Q1 Who, according to Sir Winston Churchill, was “The Bullfrog of the Pontine Marshes”?

A1 MUSSOLINI

Q2 Which World War II U.S. general was nicknamed “Old Blood and Guts”?

A2 GEORGE S PATTON

Q3 Which U.K. city is known as “The Athens of the North”?

A3 EDINBURGH

Q4 Which U.K. city was once known as Copperopolis (from its prominence in the copper industry)?

A4 SWANSEA

Q5 Which U.S. inventor and businessman was nicknamed “The Wizard of Menlo Park”?

A5 THOMAS EDISON

Q6 From his involvement in the agricultural revolution of the late 17th/early 18th centuries what nickname was given to Charles Townshend (1674-1738), the second Viscount Townshend?

A6 TURNIP (TURNIP TOWNSHEND)

Q7 Which former world heavyweight boxing champion was nicknamed “The Real Deal”?

A7 EVANDER HOLYFIELD

Q8 Which snooker player is known as “The Thunder from Down Under”?

A8 NEIL ROBERTSON

Supplementary Questions

Q9 Which volcanic Italian island is nicknamed “The Lighthouse of the Mediterranean”?

A9 STROMBOLI

Q10 Which former England fast bowler who died last year (2015) was nicknamed “Typhoon”?

A10 FRANK TYSON

HISTORY

Q1 William the Conqueror was succeeded by two of his sons. William II was one, who was the other?

A1 HENRY I

Q2 Which king of England was the half brother of Elizabeth I?

A2 EDWARD VI

Q3 Who in 1907 was the first lady to be awarded the Order of Merit?

A3 FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE

Q4 Who in 1919 became the first female M.P. to take her seat in the House of Commons?

A4 LADY (NANCY) ASTOR (Constance Markievicz was the first woman to be elected in 1918 – she did not take her seat)

Q5 Which defensive earthwork running between the Firth of Forth and the Firth of Clyde, built in the 2nd century AD, represented the northernmost frontier of the Roman Empire?

A5 THE ANTONINE WALL

Q6 Although refusing the crown, what title did Oliver Cromwell adopt when becoming head of state in 1653?

A6 LORD PROTECTOR

Q7 Who in 1991 became the first president of the Russian Federation?

A7 BORIS YELTSIN

Q8 Which U.S. army general commanded the forces that liberated Kuwait in the 1991 Gulf War?

A8 NORMAN SCHWARZKOPF (“Stormin’ Norman”)

Supplementary Questions

Q9 Where did the first battle in the Wars of the Roses take place?

A9 ST ALBANS (1455)

Q10 In what year did King John put his seal on the Magna Carta?

A10 1215

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

Q1 According to the bible, who was the third son of Adam and Eve?

A1 SETH

Q2 The tomb of King John is in which English cathedral?

A2 WORCESTER

Q3 Who is the current Prime Minister of Canada (full name required)?

A3 JUSTIN TRUDEAU (Pierre Trudeau was his father)

Q4 Who is the current President of Cuba (full name required)?

A4 RAUL CASTRO (Fidel Castro is his brother)

Q5 An extension to SMS (short message service) in a mobile communication system, for what does the first ‘M’ stand in MMS?

A5 MULTIMEDIA (message service)

Q6 Meaning “Little Ball” in French what name is usually given to the main pack of riders in a cycle road race?

A6 PELOTON

Q7 How many square metres are there in a hectare?

A7 10,000

Q8 The clock tower of the Houses of Parliament (Big Ben) was renamed what in 2012?

A8 THE ELIZABETH TOWER (Queen Diamond Jubilee)

Q9 What name is given to the science of projectiles and firearms, especially the study of the effects on a bullet being fired?

A9 BALLISTICS

Q10 What word means the study of the causes and effects of diseases, especially the branch of medicine dealing with the examination of body tissue?

A10 PATHOLOGY

Q11 In judo, what is a JUDOGI?

A11 THE WHITE UNIFORM (clothing) USED BY PRACTITIONERS

Q12 What term from sports and games derives from the Persian for “The king is defeated”?

A12 CHECKMATE

Q13 From the number of battles that have taken place there, which European country was nicknamed “The cockpit of Europe”?

A13 BELGIUM

Q14 Columbia is one of the two countries that border Panama. What is the other?

A14 COSTA RICA

Q15 URCHIN is an archaic or old fashioned word for what creature?

A15 HEDGEHOG

Q16 As in the German wine, who is the Lieb Frau in Liebfraumilch?

A16 THE VIRGIN MARY

Q17 The Hashtag symbol most closely resembles which musical symbol?

A17 THE SHARP

Q18 How many acres are there in a square mile?

A18 640

Q19 Which dance is named after the German for “Roll” or “Revolve”?

A19 WALTZ

Q20 In Australian slang terms a “banana bender” would come from which state?

A20 QUEENSLAND

Q21 The Tate Gallery has four art museums in the U.K. , Tate Modern, Tate Britain and Tate Liverpool are three. What is the other?

A21 TATE ST. IVES

Q22 In what year did both Alaska and Hawaii become the last two states to join the union of the U.S.A.?

A22 1959

Q23 .CH (dot CH) is the internet code for which country?

A23 SWITZERLAND

Q24 ADMIRALTY, DANFORTH, CQR and STOCKLESS are all types of what essential part of a ship?

A24 ANCHOR

Q25 What is the title of the Booker T and the MG’s track used as the theme music for BBC’s Test Match Special?

A25 SOUL LIMBO

Q26 Dale Arden is the love interest of which comic strip character/hero?

A26 FLASH GORDON

Q27 In which city does Interpol have its headquarters?

A27 LYONS (France – moved from Paris in 1959)

Q28 In which city does the I.M.F. (International Monetary Fund) have its headquarters?

A28 WASHINGTON D.C.

Q29 The bronze statue of the Lady of Justice atop the old Bailey (Central Criminal Court) in London holds a sword in one hand and what in the other?

A29 THE SCALES OF JUSTICE (accept a set of scales)

Q30 What famous meeting took place at UJIJI in what is now Tanzania on 10th November 1871?

A30 STANLEY AND LIVINGSTONE (“Dr. Livingstone I presume”)

Q31 Who is the current leader of the Liberal Democratic Party?

A31 TIM FARRON

Q32 Which duo are to represent the U.K. in the forthcoming Eurovision song contest?

A32 JOE and JAKE (Joe Woolford / Jake Shakeshaft)

Q33 Who said after a battle of 279 BC “One other such victory would undo me”?

A33 KING PYRRHUS (Pyrrhic victory)

Q34 Which famous military leader said one June evening after a monumental battle, “Next to a battle lost the greatest misery is a battle gained”?

A34 DUKE OF WELLINGTON

Q35 JOACHIM GAUCK is the current president of which European country?

A35 GERMANY

Q36 By what name is green horseradish normally known in Japan?

A36 WASABI

Q37 What is ‘SEPP’ BLATTER’s proper first name?

A37 JOSEF

Q38 As in the environmental organisation for what does the letter ‘C’ stand in the acronym CPRE?

A38 CAMPAIGN (to protect rural England)

Q39 As in the stories by Enid Blyton what is NODDY’s occupation?

A39 TAXI DRIVER

Q40 .IS (DOT IS) is the internet code for which country?

A40 ICELAND

Q41 Which architect, 1918-2008, designed the Sydney Opera House?

A41 JØRN UTZON

Q42 In Australian slang terms who or what is referred to as a SALTIE?

A42 SALTWATER CROCODILE (accept crocodile)

Q43 Give a year in the life of the artist Sandro Botticelli

A43 1445 - 1510

Q44 Give a year in the life of the painter and satirist William Hogarth?

A44 1697 - 1764

Q45 George V was the first monarch to broadcast a Christmas message to the nation (via the radio in 1932). Which poet and author compiled the message?

A45 RUDYARD KIPLING

Q46 The name of what chemical element means ‘Heavy Stone’ in Swedish?

A46 TUNGSTEN

Q47 What name is given to the artery that carries de-oxygenated blood from the heart to the lungs in humans?

A47 PULMONARY ARTERY

Q48 Highclere Castle, used for the main location work on Downton Abbey, is in which county?

A48 HAMPSHIRE

Q49 Dexter, Belted Galloway, and Ayrshire are breeds of which animal?

A49 COW (or cattle)

Q50 TALUS is the anatomical name for which bone of the human skeleton?

A50 ANKLE BONE (not heel bone – that is the calcaneus).

Q51 MANUEL VALLS is the current Prime Minister of which country?

A51 FRANCE (born in Barcelona – Spanish father, Swiss mother)

Q52 CALVIN BROADUS is the real name of which rapper?

A52 SNOOP DOGG

Q53 The new £1 coin due to be introduced next year (2017) will have how many sides?

A53 12

Q54 What name is the surname of the third president of the U.S.A. and also the middle name of both Bill Clinton and William Hague?

A54 JEFFERSON

Q55 How many squares are there on a standard scrabble board?

A55 225 (15 x 15)

Q56 Which former U.S. president was known as “The Great Communicator”?

A56 RONALD REAGAN

Q57 Which species of creature appears on the flag and the coat of arms of the Canary Isles?

A57 DOG

Q58 The national flag of which European country comprises three horizontal bands of red, white and blue with a red and white chequerboard shield superimposed in the middle?

A58 CROATIA

Q59 The high school featured in the U.S. TV series GLEE is named after which former U.S. president?

A59 WILLIAM MCKINLEY

Q60 Who played the lead role (Jim Taggart) in the long running TV police series TAGGART?

A60 MARK MCMANUS

Q61 In which city do Volkswagen have their headquarters?

A61 WOLFSBURG

Q62 What was the name of the NASA space station that orbited the Earth 1973 – 1979?

A62 SKYLAB

Q63 Australian born to Hungarian parents who is the current U.K. No. 1 ladies tennis player?

A63 JOHANNA KONTA

Q64 Which film took the Best Film Oscar at this years Academy Awards Ceremony?

A64 SPOTLIGHT

Q65 Which of the Beatles U.K. No. 1 singles does not feature the title anywhere in the lyrics?

A65 THE BALLAD OF JOHN AND YOKO

Q66 The Kentucky Derby is one of the three horse races that make up the U.S. Triple Crown. Name either of the other two.

A66 BELMONT STAKES / PREAKNESS STAKES

Q67 In which Kentucky city does the Kentucky Derby take place?

A67 LOUISVILLE

Q68 According to Forbes magazine of 1st March 2016 JEFF BEZOS is the 5th wealthiest person in the world with a personal fortune of $45.2 Billion. Of which company is he the founder, chairman and C.E.O.?

A68 AMAZON

Q69 The ‘toe’ of Italy lies in which Italian region?

A69 CALABRIA

Q70 A food dish described as ‘à la crécy’ would contain what vegetable?

A70 CARROT

Q71 Which British actor took the best supporting actor Oscar at this years Academy Awards for his role in “Bridge of Spies”?

A71 MARK RYLANCE

Q72 How many cards are there in a standard Tarot pack?

A72 78 (SEVENTY EIGHT).

Q73 Jenny Ryan, known as ‘The Vixen’, is the most recent addition to which TV line-up?

A73 THE CHASE (latest chaser to join the panel)

Q74 One of the most dangerous roads in the country, what is the alpha-numeric classification of the Macclesfield to Buxton road via the Cat and Fiddle?

A74 A537

Q75 According to Forbes magazine as of 1st March 2016 LARRY PAGE is the world’s 12th wealthiest person with a personal fortune of $35.2 billion. Which company did he co-found in 1998 along with SERGEY BRIN (13th wealthiest with $34.4 billion)

A75 GOOGLE

Q76 Why has GIANNI INFANTINO been in the news headlines recently?

A76 NEW PRESIDENT OF FIFA

Q77 Similar to samosas, what name is given to the small Spanish stuffed breads or pastries, the name meaning ‘wrapped or coated in bread’?

A77 EMPANADAS

Q78 Symphony No. 38, known as the The Prague Symphony, is a work by which composer?

A78 MOZART

Q79 The BOLIVAR FUERTE (literally meaning strong Bolivar) is the unit of currency in which South American country?

A79 VENEZUELA (Bolivia’s currency is the Boliviano)

Q80 What is added to a Gin Fizz cocktail to make a Golden Fizz?

A80 EGG YOLK

Q81 ORVILLE BURRELL is the real name of which Reggae Fusion singer and DJ?

A81 SHAGGY

Q82 For what does the letter ‘S’ stand in the name of novelist and poet C.S. Lewis?

A82 STAPLES (Clive Staples Lewis)

Q83 PARESTHESIA is the medical name for what common affliction?

A83 PINS AND NEEDLES

Q84 Generally toxic to humans, what acid is found in rhubarb leaves?

A84 OXALIC ACID

Q85 Resembling a small lobster, what is Britain’s largest freshwater crustacean?

A85 CRAYFISH

Q86 What is the only official language of TAHITI?

A86 FRENCH (part of French Polynesia)

Q87 The Egyptian god ANUBIS had the head of what creature?

A87 JACKAL

Q88 STRANGLES is a disease, sometimes fatal, that affects what creatures?

A88 HORSES (also known as equine distemper – accept equine creatures)

Q89 HADLEYVILLE was the fictional setting for which Oscar winning western movie of the 1950’s?

A89 HIGH NOON

Q90 Which singer and musician played the role of J.D. the pub landlord in the 1998 movie “Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels”?

A90 STING (accept Gordon Sumner)

Q91 For what does the letter ‘S’ stand in the name of poet and playwright T.S. ELIOT?

A91 STEARNS (Thomas Stearns Eliot)

Q92 Which French diplomat (1805-1894) was responsible for organising the construction of the Suez canal and for the initial unsuccessful attempt to construct the Panama canal?

A92 FERDINAND DE LESSEPS

Q93 The MÖHNE and EDER were two of the three German dams that were attacked in the famous “Dambusters” raids of 1943. What was the third dam?

A93 SORPE

Q94 Which horse won The Cheltenham Gold Cup last month?

A94 DON COSSACK.

Q95 Musician Ian (Lemmy) Kilmister died on 28th December 2015. Which rock band did he found in 1975?

A95 MOTORHEAD

Q96 Musician Maurice White died on 3rd February this year. Which band did he found in Chicago in 1971?

A96 EARTH WIND AND FIRE

Supplementary Questions

Q1 In which Japanese city is Puccini’s Madame Butterfly set?

A1 NAGASAKI

Q2 What type of musical composition is Handel’s Messiah?

A2 ORATORIO

Q3 Which midlands town had city status conferred on it as part of the millennium celebrations?

A3 WOLVERHAMPTON

Q4 Winner of four Grand Slams (French, Australian, Wimbledon x 2) in the 1920’s and 1930’s which French tennis player was known as “The Bounding Basque”?

A4 JEAN BOROTRA

Q5 What is the name of the new daily national newspaper published for the first time on 29 February this year?

A5 THE NEW DAY

Q6 Which London borough shares its name with that of a farming implement used to break up clods of soil?

A6 HARROW

Q7 The musical “Half a Sixpence” is based on which H.G. Wells novel?

A7 KIPPS

Q8 Although there is no historical evidence to corroborate it Boudica (Boadicea) is said to be buried beneath the platforms at which London railway station?

A8 KINGS CROSS

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