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Round 1 – Mixed Bag


  1. Who had a number one hit in 1990 with Turtle Power?
  2. In dance music, the initials B.P.M. stand for what?
  3. With which continent is British explorer Robert Falcon Scott most closely associated?
  4. What is the name of the U.S. award winning drama series starring James Gandolfini about a family with Mob connections?
  5. Which night was special for Whigfield?
  6. Mogadishu is the capital of which country?
  7. “Goggle-box” is British slang for what?
  8. Whose magic words are “Izzy Wizzy Let’s Get Busy”?
  9. What is the capital of Lebanon?
  10. How many lifelines do contestants have in Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
  1. Partners in Kryme
  2. “Beats Per Minute”
  3. Antarctica
  4. The Sopranos
  5. Saturday Night
  6. Somalia
  7. A Television Set
  8. Sooty
  9. Beirut
  10. 3

Round 2 – 1980s


  1. Which 1986 film starred Paul Hogan as an Australian visiting New York?
  2. Vangelis won an Academy Award for writing the theme music for which 1981 film based on British athletes?
  3. Who was the ageing goalkeeper for Northern Ireland during the 1986 World Cup finals?
  4. The Kemp brothers were members of which 1980s band?
  5. Who asked in the 1980s When Will I Be Famous?
  6. Which Australian golfer spent 331 weeks as the world’s number one-ranked golfer in the 1980s and 1990s?
  7. What was Madonna’s first U.K. top ten hit single?
  8. What was the occupation of Robin Williams’ military character in the 1987 film Good Morning, Vietnam?
  9. In 1981, the actress Barbara Bach married which drummer?
  10. Which band had U.K. hits in the 1980s with Rio and Wild Boys?
  1. Crocodile Dundee
  2. Chariots of Fire
  3. Pat Jennings
  4. Spandau Ballet
  5. Bros
  6. Greg Norman
  7. Holiday
  8. Disc Jockey
  9. Ringo Starr
  10. Duran Duran

Round 3 – Politicians


  1. Of what country have Helmut Kohl and Konrad Adenauer (Pronounced Add-An-Hour) both been Chancellor?
  2. What was officially opened by H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and Francois Mitterrand in 1994?
  3. Who was the British prime minister directly before Tony Blair?
  4. If you were to meet the president of the United States of America, how would you address him according to proper etiquette?
  5. What was the first name of U.S. President Eisenhower?
  6. What is Margaret Thatcher’s middle name?
  7. What did Sir Winston Churchill say had “descended across the continent” in a 1946 speech?
  8. Charles Kennedy was the leader of which U.K. political party from 1999 to 2006?
  9. In British history, who was the first female Speaker of the House?
  10.  Which former U.S. president was pardoned by Gerald Ford in 1974?
  1. Germany
  2. Channel Tunnel
  3. John Major
  4. Mr. President
  5. Dwight
  6. Hilda
  7. An Iron Curtain
  8. Liberal Democrats
  9. Betty Boothroyd
  10. Richard Nixon

Round 4 – Towns and Cities


  1. The Gravelly Hill Interchange in Birmingham is also known by which pasta-related nickname?
  2. Which port off Anglesey runs ferries to Dublin?
  3. Which U.S. boy band has 2nd March as its official day in Baltimore, Maryland?
  4. What ‘B’ is a type of vinegar that is produced in Modena, Italy?
  5. Which Italian city was used to name ‘The Lady of the Lamp’?
  6. Where did the 2008 Olympic Games take place?
  7. Which country has Ankara as its capital?
  8. What city is the ‘capital’ of the Catalonian region of Spain?
  9. Which American town was infamous for its Witchcraft Trials of 1692?
  10. Which city was said to have been founded by Romulus and Remus?
  1. Spaghetti Junction
  2. Holyhead
  3. Backstreet Boys
  4. Balsamic
  5. Florence
  6. Beijing
  7. Turkey
  8. Barcelona
  9. Salem
  10. Rome

Round 5 – Death


  1. In which English cathedral was Thomas Becket murdered in 1170?
  2. In which city did Mormon pioneer Brigham Young die in 1877?
  3. Known for her drug treatment facility, which former U.S. First Lady died in 2011 at the age of 93?
  4. Whose dying words are reputed to have been “Kiss me Hardy”?
  5. Which Lord disappeared after the death of Sandra Rivett in 1974?
  6. Which two-time world snooker champion died at the age of 61 on 24th July 2010?
  7. Which Shakespearean character was killed on the Ides of March?
  8. Who was the last woman to be executed in Britain?
  9. Which Indian leader was assassinated in 1948?
  10. Which pub in the East End of London was the site of Ronald Kray’s murder of George Cornell?
  1. Canterbury
  2. Salt Lake City
  3. Betty Ford
  4. Horatio Nelson
  5. Lucan
  6. Alex Higgins
  7. Julius Caesar
  8. Ruth Ellis
  9. Mahatma Gandhi
  10. Blind Beggar

Round 6 – Entertainment


  1. What is the name of Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise’s daughter?
  2. Who played the adult Moses in the 1956 film The Ten Commandments?
  3. John Nettles starred as a Jersey detective in which 1980s TV series?
  4. In the American series Dallas who played the part of Sue Ellen?
  5. Which actor played the character Norman Bates in the film Psycho?
  6. The name of the famous cartoon making duo that created Scooby Doo and The Flintstones is Hanna and who?
  7. With which BBC2 TV show would you associate the character of David Brent?
  8. The 1986 album So was recorded by Peter who?
  9. Singer Samuel Preston once walked out of a recording of which TV quiz show after host Simon Amstell mocked his wife?
  10. In what movie did we see a mogwai for the first time?
  1. Suri
  2. Charlton Heston
  3. Bergerac
  4. Linda Gray
  5. Anthony Perkins
  6. Barbera
  7. The Office
  8. Gabriel
  9. Never Mind The Buzzcocks
  10. Gremlins

Round 7 – Science and Nature


  1. What is the modern name of the chemical element once known as “quicksilver”?
  2. What is the name of the nest of an eagle?
  3. In which part of the human body are the bones the Anvil, Hammer and Stirrup found?
  4. What ‘E’ is the name given to the condition in which an artery is blocked by a blood clot?
  5. What is the name of the scale used to measure wind speed?
  6. Which word is the name of a game bird of the sandpiper family and also means to shoot from a concealed position?
  7. If each side of the base of the Great Egyptian Pyramid of Khufu is 230 metres long, how far would you walk if you went right round it?
  8. Aberdeen Angus and Alderney are breeds of what?
  9. Au is the chemical symbol for which chemical element?
  10. What type of energy is energy due to motion?
  1. Mercury
  2. Eyrie
  3. Ear
  4. Embolism
  5. Beaufort
  6. Snipe
  7. 920 metres (It’s a square base)
  8. Cattle
  9. Gold
  10. Kinetic

Round 8 – Quickfire Round –  Inventors

Name the people credited with the invention of the following things – surnames are acceptable.


  1. Coca Cola
  2. The Miner’s Safety Lamp
  3. The Hovercraft
  4. The Electric Telegraph
  5. The Rocking Chair
  6. Logarithms
  7. The Phonograph
  8. The Spinning Mule
  9. Cat’s Eyes (in the road!)
  10. The word “Assassination”
  1. John Pemberton
  2. Sir Humphrey Davy
  3. Sir Christopher Cockerell
  4. Samuel Morse
  5. Benjamin Franklin
  6. John Napier
  7. Thomas Edison
  8. Samuel Crompton
  9. Percy Shaw
  10. William Shakespeare

Round 9 – Women


  1. According to The Bible, which woman was the first to see Jesus after his resurrection?
  2. Elton John played in Westminster Abbey at which woman’s funeral?
  3. Coleen McLoughlin and her peers became known as ‘WAGs’ during the World Cup by the tabloid press. What does “WAGs” mean?
  4. In which sporting reality show did Terry Dwyer,Lady Isabella Hervey, Kirsty Gallacher and Javine Hylton win gold medals in each of the four series?
  5. What was the first name of the first wife of Napoleon Bonaparte?
  6. What nationality is singer and actress Avril Lavigne?
  7. Two books in The Bible are named after women. The books are Esther and who?
  8. In 1988, who was the first modern supermodel to pose nude for Playboy magazine.
  9. Which mistress and favourite of King Charles II was born in 1650?
  10. Name the two girls who travel in the ‘Mystery Machine’ alongside Scooby Doo.
  1. Mary Magdalene
  2. Princess Diana’s
  3. “Wives and Girlfriends”
  4. The Games
  5. Josephine (de Beauharnais)
  6. Canadian
  7. Ruth
  8. Cindy Crawford
  9. Nell Gwynn
  10. Velma (Dinkley) and Daphne (Blake)

  Final Round – Wipeout Round

10 questions – answer as many as you like – you’ll receive 1 point for each correct answer but remember – if you get any wrong in this round, you’re wiped out and get 0 points. Teams who get full marks on this round receive 5 bonus points giving them 15/10


  1. Which actress married Chris Martin from Coldplay and had an Apple?
  2. What type of sculpture represents a person from the chest up?
  3. Who wrote about Charlie and the Chocolate Factory?
  4. Which actor was the tenth Doctor Who?
  5. What chemical element has the symbol ‘Pb’?
  6. In 2011, which rugby union player starred in a U.K. version of the American reality TV series The Bachelor?
  7. In the Harry Potter stories, what was the name of the goblin-run wizard’s bank?
  8. In Greek mythology, what was the name of the winged horse who was Poseidon’s son?
  9. Which sleuth first appeared in the novel Murder at the Vicarage?
  10. In literature, what was the name of Bertie Wooster’s valet?
  1. Gwyneth Paltrow
  2. Bust
  3. Roald Dahl
  4. David Tennant
  5. Lead
  6. Gavin Henson
  7. Gringotts
  8. Pegasus
  9. Miss Marple
  10. Jeeves


Tie-break question if required (Closest or first correct answer submitted wins):

In which year did Bertie Wooster’s valet first appear in a book?

Tie-break answer: 1915