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Week 36 2013

Trivia Quiz Week 35 2013

1. Which TV programme connects Louie Spence, Vicky Anderson & Ron Atkinson ?
2. Who recently displayed her newly tattooed bum to all the newspapers ? (CHERYL COLE) [what a nob ! ]
3. “Toto, I’ve got a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore”. is a line from which classic film ?
4. ‘The special one’ is the nickname given to which football Premiership manager ?
5. What 6-letter word goes before English and after stool ? (PIGEON)

6. In darts, from what number under 100 , is it not possible to finish with 2 darts ? (99)

7. In cockney rhyming slang, what type of curry is a ‘Basil’ ? (BALTI)
[Basil Fawlty-Balti]
8. In which decade did Viagra officially become available on the NHS for the first time ? (1990s)
9. Which is the only mainland English county that has 2 separate coastlines ? (DEVON)

10. Nicky Campbell, Bradley Walsh & John Lesley presented which TV game show ?
11. What government department deals with immigration, passports & the police ? (HOME OFFICE)

12. On which joint of the human body is your head of humerus ? (SHOULDER)

13. In Royal history, who succeeded king George II ? (GEORGE III)
1727-1760 1760-1820
14. In what month is Groundhog Day celebrated in the USA ? (FEBRUARY) 2nd.

15. What word have the French government told all its employers to use instead of iPad ?
16. Which 2011 superhero film was filmed on location in the Northern Quarter in Manchester ?
17. Most learner motorbike & scooter riders must take a CBT before riding on the road, what does
18. ‘Oh when I look back now, that summer seemed to last forever’ is a line from which classic song
from 1985 ? (SUMMER OF 69) Bryan Adams.
19. What language was created in the 19th century by a Polish doctor as a universal language ?
20. What body movement connects a fizzy drink, a Spanish sauce & a European city ? (DANCE)
[fizzy drink-Tango, Spanish sauce-Salsa, Vienna-Viennese waltz]

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. What name is given to the wide end of a trumpet ?, is it a funnel or a bell ? (THE BELL) bell-end.

2. What is the maximum penalty for not wearing a seat belt ?, is it £50, £500 or £1,000 ? (£500)
[no penalty points]
3. Roman emperor Julius Caesar had 3 wives, all called Julia, true or false ? (FALSE)
[his 3 wives were called Cornelia, Calpurnia & Pompeia]
4. What was rescued from floods in Russia last week ?, was it wild bears or CDs of Rod Stewart ? (BEARS)
5. Jessie J was recently quoted as saying she felt the BBC’s ‘The Voice’ had no future,
true or false ? (TRUE)
6. What is produced more in the world every year, bicycles or cars ? (BICYCLES)
[since 2003… 100 million bikes, 50million cars]
7. The real name of the founder of Cadburys chocolate was John Bourneville, true or false ? (FALSE)
[John Cadbury]
8. The Hindustan Times is a newspaper published every day in Pakistan, true or false ? (FALSE)
9. How old were the recent record-breaking youngest formation wing walkers, Rose & Flame ?,
8, 9 or 10 ? (9)
10. Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton was named after American athlete Carl Lewis, true or false ?

Tie-Break:- How many cans of soup does the Heinz factory in Wigan produce every day ?

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