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Trivia Quia week 24 2011 (answers)

Answers for week 24 2011

1.  DENISE WELCH
2.  ORDER
3.  DAVID ESSEX
4.  PRINCE ANDREW
5.  +34
6.  INSECT
7.  .75
8.  DAVID HAYE
9.  999
10.  BEYONCE (KNOWLES)
11.  BELGIUM
12.  12
13.  TONY BLAIR
14.  POST MORTEM
15.  ARTICHOKE
16.  NEWCASTLE UNITED
17.  PRINCE WILLIAM
18.  18
19.  SEX PISTOLS
20.  SEX ON THE BEACH

killer round answers

1.  JAPAN
2.  TRUE
3.  ED MILLIBAND (1969)
4.  BIRD (of the crow family)
5.  TRUE (Hawaii is a American state)
6.  FRANCE
7.  TRUE
8.  ARGENTINA
9.  WEAR IT (chef’s hat)
10.  70s (1970)

Tie-break  (2 MILLION)

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By Popular Demand volume 2

Just to let everybody know, I’ll be giving out the new ‘By Popular Demand’ volume 2 disc away on Friday (1st July at Swinton Con Club), I’ve only got 10 copies so make sure you ask for one early.
this volume features 20 great tracks including Out On The Floor, Needle In A Haystack, At The Top Of The Stairs and the most requested Northern Soul song of all time….Do I Love You.

If you would like me to reserve you a copy just let me know (they are free)
Mike

Trivia Quiz week 25 2011 (ANSWERS)

1. CHERYL COLE
2. ENGLAND
3. 3
4. 5
5. WAGBO
6. 666
7. BEYONCE
8. CARRY ON ABROARD
9. WEST SUSSEX
10. JEHOVA’S WITNESSES
11. BEN NEVIS
12. LEE MEAD
13. QUEENSLAND
14. SNEEZY
15. PARTY
16. LES MISERABLES
17. VOTE
18. 1pm
19. BRAZIL
20. 74

1. BEES
2. GARY GLITTER
3. TRUE
4. DRUM KITS
5. FALSE
6. 3
7. FALSE
8. MARATHON
9. CIGARETTE
10. FALSE

Tie-break (117)

Trivia Quiz week 25 (answers published next week)

1. Which singer last year lost a husband and found malaria ?

2. Which country won the ashes in 2009 ?, was it Australia, England or the West Indies ?

3. On the BBC cooking programme Saturday Kitchen, how many eggs must be used for the omelette challenge ?

4. Including the present one, how many British prime ministers are still with us ?

5. According to Harry Hill, what was the name of Susan Boyle and Wagner’s love child ?

6. Which 3 figures are known as the ‘number of the beast’ ?

7. Which singer has put her name to the perfume, ‘Heat’ ?

8. Which ‘Carry On’ film comes first alphabetically ?

9. In which English county did violence & fire break out at an open prison on New Year’s Day 2011 ?

10. Which religion believed that the world would end in 1975, calling it Armageddon ?

11. We all know mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world above sea level, but what is the highest peak in the British Isles ?

12. Who won the title role in the 2007 reality BBC TV show ‘Any Dream Will Do’ ?

13. Which Australian state/territory suffered major flooding earlier this year ?

14. Which of the 7 dwarfs comes last alphabetically ?

15. Which ‘P’ can go before piece and line and after garden ?

16. Susan Boyle’s famous audition song, ‘I Dreamed A Dream’ comes from which West End show ?

17. The French do it on a Sunday, the Americans do it on a Tuesday, the British do it on a Thursday… what is it ?

18. At which time of the day is the red ball dropped at the Greenwich observatory ?

19. The 1st January 2011 saw Dilma Rousseff, being sworn into office as the new and first woman president of which South American country ?

20. If you add the amount of Disney’s dalmations to the Trumpton firemen, subtract Princess Diana’s
age when her candle in the wind blew out, then add Bob Marley’s little birds, what number do you
end up with ?
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Killer Round
(each correct answer is worth 2 points however if you get any wrong, all points below are wiped out!)
you must answer at least 3 questions.
1. The old English alcoholic drink, mead is made from the product of which animal ?

2. Which 70s pop singer once recorded under the name of Paul Raven ?, was it Les McKeown, Les Gray or Gary Glitter ?

3. Apples, peaches & plums all contain small amounts of cyanide, true or false ?

4. Founded in 1922, Premier of Leicester are world famous manufacturers of which musical instruments ?, pianos, drum kits or saxophones ?

5. Just before he died, Elvis Presley endorsed an aftershave called Elvisly Yours, true or false ?

6. How many hearts does a giant squid have ?, 1, 2 or 3 ?

7. The Merlin Engine that powered the famous World War II English fighter plane the Spitfire was originally made by Germans, true or false ?

8. Which major event took place in London on 29th March 1981 ?, the 1st London marathon or Pope John Paul II meeting the Queen ?

9. In 2003 what did the Americans air-brush out of Paul McCartney’s right hand on the cover of the Abbey Road album ?

10. The English-built car, the Morgan Aero-8 has a chassis made from wood, true or false ? (FALSE)

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Tie-Break:- Copies of the Nadine Coyle single that was Exclusively distributed by Tesco
only sold how many in the first 24 hours of its release last December 2010 ?

Dates for 2011

Hi everyone, here are some updates for my Northern Soul/Motown nights for the rest of 2011, I’ll let you know if there are any other changes.
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Fri 1st July   Swinton Sports & Social Club

Fri 15th July  Walkden Labour Club
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Fri 12th Aug  Walkden Labour Club

Sat 27th Aug  Swinton Sports & Social Club
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Sat 24th Sept  Swinton Sports & Social Club
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Sat 29th Oct  Swinton Sports & Social Club
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Sat 19th Nov  Swinton Sports & Social Club
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Fri 23rd Dec (ticket only)            Swinton Sports & Social Club

Trivia Quiz week 24 2011 (answers revealed next week)

Trivia Quiz      Week 24     2011     (answers published next week)

1. Actor Tim Healey is married to which ‘loose woman’ ?

2. What does the ‘O’ stand for on an OBE award ?

3. Which 70s singer plays Eddie Moon in Eastenders ?

4. Who is 4th in line to the British throne ?

5. If 44 is the code for the UK, what is the international dialling code for Spain ?

6. What type of creature is a katydid ?

7. What is the decimal for three quarters ?

8. Which British boxer became undisputed World cruiserweight champion in 2008 ?

9. CMXCIX is the Roman numeral for which three numbers ?

10. Which singer did Jay Z marry in 2008 ?

11. Which modern day country did the Battle of Waterloo take place ?

12. How many stars are featured on the blue European Union flag ?

13. Who was British prime minister in 2006 ?

14. What is the Latin name for ‘after death’ ?

15. Globe and Jerusalem are varieties of which vegetable ?

16. Which football club did Michael Owen move to after leaving Real Madrid in 2005 ?

17. Who is the Duke of Cambridge better known as ?

18. How many different countries are being visited by F1 racing this year (2011) ?

19. Which band recorded an album in the 70s called ‘Never Mind The Bollocks’ ?

20. Which modern cocktail consists of 2 measures vodka, 1 measure peach schnapps, 3 measures
orange juice, 3 measures cranberry juice ?

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Killer Round
(each correct answer is worth 2 points however if you get any wrong, all points below are wiped out!)
you must answer at least 3 questions.

1. Teriyaki is a cooking technique that originally developed in which country ?, Japan or the USA ?

2. An alcoholometer is a devise which measures the strength of alcohol, true or false ?

3. Who is the oldest ?, Mark Owen, Ed Miliband or Katie Price ?

4. What type of British wild creature is called a chuff ?, is it a bird, a reptile or a fish ?

5. Elvis Presley only performed five concerts outside the United States, all in Canada, true or false ?

6. The alcoholic drink, Pernod comes from which country ?, Belgium, France or Italy ?

7. In the Muppets, Miss Piggy’s full name is Miss Piggy Lee, true or false ?

8. The Tango is a dance that originated in which South American country ?, Argentina, Brazil or Venezuela ?

9. What would you do with a ‘toque’ ?, would you ride it, wear it or drink it ?

10. In which decade was ‘A Question Of Sport’ first broadcast nationally on the BBC ?, 50s 60s or 70s ?
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Tie-Break:- How many telephone sets were being used in the UK in 1931 ?

Trivia Quiz Week 22 2011 (ANSWERS)

Trivia Quiz week 22 2011 (ANSWERS)

1. VODKA & TOMATO JUICE
2. SALFORD
3. PLUMS
4. FAME ACADEMY
5. COTTON CANDY
6. NEVER MIND THE BUZZCOCKS
7. SIMON AMSTEL
8. GEORGE VI
9. CAPRICORN
10. 10
11. POST OFFICE (Royal Mail)
12. 80 MINUTES
13. HANDLEBARS
14. LEFT
15. BOON
16. MIKE TYSON
17. RIC FLAIR
18. 18
19. LIVER
20. MALTA

Killer Round (answers)

1. FALSE
2. SHARK
3. RED HAIR
4. ENGLAND
5. TRUE
6. NIGELLA LAWSON
7. £3,000
8. FALSE
9. FORKS
10. RIO

Tie-break (2)

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