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Subject Round 1: Pubs and Bars


  1. Where Everybody Knows Your Name was the theme song to which U.S. sit-com set in a bar in Boston?
  2. What is the most common pub name in Britain?
  3. What nickname was given to Eric Bristow when he visited an English pub of that name in 1976 during a visit to Santa Monica?
  4. Which fictional character entered Diagon Alley through The Leaky Cauldron Pub?
  5. The Chained Swan was the first building erected in London following which event?
  6. Standing near the Pennine Way in North Yorkshire, which inn is the highest in England and has been featured in an advert for Everest Double Glazing?
  7. At which notorious London pub did Ronnie Kray shoot rival gang member George Cornell?
  8. Which Venice bar is renowned for its Bellini cocktails?
  9. At which bar did Dave played by Glynn Edwards serve drinks to Arthur Daley and his Minder?
  10. In which film did two young men wander into a remote pub named The Slaughtered Lamb?


  1. Cheers
  2. Red Lion
  3. ‘The Crafty Cockney’
  4. Harry Potter (Accept also Hagrid)
  5. The Great Fire of London
  6. Tan Hill Inn
  7. The Blind Beggar
  8. Harry’s Bar
  9. Winchester Club
  10. An American Werewolf In London


Subject Round 2: Connections


  1. After the execution of King Charles I, who served as Lord Protector of the
    Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland?
  2. Which former member of the Provisional I.R.A. was elected as M.P. for Mid-Ulster on 1stMay 1997?
  3. Who was leader of the first Labour government from January to November 1924?
  4. At 107 feet high, one of the tallest statues of its time, which of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World was an effigy of the Greek god Helios?
  5. M.P. for Blaby, who served as Chancellor of the Exchequer from 1983 to 1989?
  6. Whose works include James and the Giant Peach, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda and The Witches?
  7. Born in 1935, at 21, who became the youngest man to win the world heavyweight title and was also the first heavyweight boxer to regain the title?
  8. In UK versions of the game Cluedo, which character has been depicted as a cook and a housekeeper?
  9. With its headquarters in Slough, which British retailer is best known for its chain of high street, railway station, airport, hospital and motorway service station shops selling books, stationery, magazines, newspapers and entertainment products?
  10. What is the connection between all, or part of each answer?
  1. Oliver Cromwell (Jamie Oliver)
  2. Martin McGuinness (James Martin)
  3. Ramsay Macdonald (Gordon Ramsay)
  4. The Colossus of Rhodes  (Gary Rhodes)
  5. Nigel Lawson (Nigella Lawson)
  6. Roald Dahl (Sophie Dahl)
  7. Floyd Patterson (Keith Floyd)
  8. Mrs White (Marco Pierre White)
  9. W.H. Smith (Delia Smith)
  10. Surnames of Chefs


Subject Round 3: Simon

In this round, all of the answers feature a famous Simon


  1. 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover was a 1975 hit song for which artist?
  2. Which ex- Spice Girls supremo was the creator of the TV talent show Pop Idol?
  3. Who is the lead singer of Duran Duran?
  4. Who in South America was known as ‘The Liberator’?
  5. Who, in June 1999, became the first Briton to be appointed principal conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra?
  6. According to Alan Price who owned an Amazing Dancing Bear?
  7. Who sang the theme tune to the Bond film, The Spy Who Loved Me?
  8. Barefoot in the Park, The Star-Spangled Girl, Plaza Suite and Last of the Red Hot Lovers were all written by which playwright?
  9. Which actor made his name in the TV show Spaced and went on to appear in films including Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the Dead and Paul?
  10. In January 2010, who left BBC Radio 5 Live to host the Drivetime show on Radio 2?


  1. Paul Simon
  2. Simon Fuller
  3. Simon Le Bon
  4. Simon Bolivar
  5. Simon Rattle
  6. Simon Smith
  7. Carly Simon
  8. Neil Simon
  9. Simon Pegg
  10. Simon Mayo


Subject Round 4: Blockbusters


  1. What ‘B’ can be a woody plant smaller in size than a tree or a general term for wild uncultivated country?
  2. What ‘T’ is the alternative name for the surgeon fish?
  3. What ‘P’ is a muscular tube, lined with mucous membrane, located in the neck?
  4. In geography, what ‘M’ is an African country bordered by Zambia, Tanzania and Mozambique?
  5. What ‘H’ was the Titan Sun god?
  6. What ‘T’ is a semi conductor component that amplifies an electric current?
  7. What ‘L’ is another name for Satan and is derived from the Latin for “light bringer”?
  8. What ‘B’ is the name for the indented parapets on the top of castle walls, originally designed to protect archers?
  9. What ‘I’ describes the tense of a verb which expresses a continuing state in the past?
  10.  What ‘C’ is the name given to the blocks wedged under the wheels of a parked aeroplane?


  1. Bush
  2. Tang
  3. Pharynx
  4. Malawi
  5. Hyperion
  6. Transistor
  7. Lucifer
  8. Battlements
  9. Imperfect
  10. Chocks


Subject Round 5: General Knowledge


  1. In which year of the 1980s was Ian Botham named B.B.C. Sports Personality of the Year, beating Steve David and Sebastian Coe into 2nd and 3rd place?
  2. “If you build it, he will come” is from which 1989 Kevin Costner film?
  3. Who duetted on the songs Say Say Say and The Girl Is Mine?
  4. Which English actor played the character of Captain Jean-Luc Picard in Star Trek – The Next Generation?
  5. In which Gilbert and Sullivan operetta was Captain Corcoran Commander of the ship?
  6. In the Cervantes (Pronounced Sir-Van-Tez) novel Don Quixote, (Pronounced Key-Hote-Ay), what did the hero mistake as a row of giants?
  7. Which doll had a boyfriend named Ken?
  8. In which California town is Disneyland?
  9. What is the medical name for the kneecap?
  10. Shakhtar Donetsk went 55 league games unbeaten between 2002 and 2004. In which country do they play?
  1. 1981
  2. Field Of Dreams
  3. Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson
  4. Patrick Stewart
  5. H.M.S. Pinafore
  6. Windmills
  7. Barbie
  8. Anaheim
  9. Patella
  10. Ukraine