Quiz 350

Quiz 350

1              Which film character’s pets were called Aragog, Buckbeak, Fang, Fluffy & Norbert?

2              What is the name of the famous gardens in Copenhagen?

3              The Naked Civil Servant was a TV film based on whose life and which actor played him?

4              Romney’s & Quiggin’s are manufacturers of which energy bar popular with mountaineers & climbers?

5              Since 1967 which 3 players have won the most Women’s Singles titles at Wimbledon?

6              Segedunum lay at the eastern end of Hadrian’s Wall – what is its name today?

7              In the entertainment industry, what does CBS stand for?

8              Which singer was known as the Walrus of Love?

9              What is generally stored in a humidor?

10            4 chemical elements are named after European countries – which countries?

11            What are the 2 official languages of Pakistan?

12a          Jay McGuiness, who won Strictly Come Dancing in 2015, is the vocalist with which group?

12b          Harry Judd, who won Strictly Come Dancing in 2011, is the drummer with which band?

13            Fratercula Arctica is the Latin name for which bird particularly associated with the Farne Islands?

14            Sneck Lifter, Cocker Hoop & Cumberland Ale are beers produced by which brewery near Cockermouth in Cumbria?

15            According to the NHS what is the recommended maximum daily intake of these: – Total Sugars (90, 100 or 120 g),   Salt (2, 4 or 6g)  Total Fats (40, 70 or 90g)?

16            At which London station would you arrive on a direct train from Liverpool?

17            What were the first names of the characters played by Jennifer Saunders, Joanna Lumley & Julia Sawalha in AbFab?

18            Which 2 yellow properties in Monopoly are mentioned in the chorus of It’s a Long Way to Tipperary?

19            In which South American country was the Nazi Adolf Eichmann found in 1960?

20a          In music how should the piece be played if it is described as adagio?

20b          In music how should the piece be played if it is described as allegro?

21            Which 80s TV sitcom was set in the fictional village of Grantleigh?

22            After Madrid what are the next 3 largest cities in Spain?

23            What is the Swedish word for a buffet meal of hot and cold dishes? (a bonus point for spelling it right)

24            Which Disney animated 2016 musical film is set on the Polynesian island of Motunui?

25            In which “shire” counties are the following stately homes – Blenheim Palace, Chatsworth, Woburn Abbey?

26            What is the singular of candelabra?

27            Don Partridge had big hits in the 60s with Rosie & Blue Eyes – what kind of musician was he?

28            Accrington Stanley, who are they? Is a line from a milk advert featuring 2 young fans of which football team?

29            In the game Operation, what creature should be removed from the stomach?

30            In education, what does STEM stand for?

Answers

1              Hagrid (Harry Potter)

2              Tivoli Gardens

3              Quentin Crisp & John Hurt

4              Kendall Mint Cake

5              Martina Navratilova, Steffi Graf, Serna Williams

6              Wallsend

7              Columbia Broadcasting System

8              Barry White

9              Cigars/cigarettes/tobacco

10            France, Germany, Poland, Cyprus

11            Urdu & English

12a          The Wanted

12b          McFly

13            Puffin

14            Jennings

15            90g, 6g, 70g

16            Euston

17            Edina, Patsy & Saffron

18            Piccadilly & Leicester Square

19            Argentina

20a          Slowly

20b          Quickly or fast

21            To The Manor Born

22            Barcelona, Valencia, Seville

23            Smorgasbord

24            Moana

25            Oxfordshire, Derbyshire, Bedfordshire

26            Candelabrum

27            One-man band (accept busker)

28            Liverpool

29            Butterflies

30            Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics

Jackpot

Q             On its first showing on British TV, which James Bond film got the biggest viewing audience?

A              Live and Let Die

Number Guess (nearest wins)

Q             How many people has James Bond killed in total in all the films to date?

A              352

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