Q1 The Beatle’s song ‘Till there was you ‘ originally featured in which stage musical and Hollywood film ?
Q2 On which Scottish island is the town of Tobermory ?
Q3 Which actor played the character Radar in MASH in both the original film and the TV series ?
Q4 Name the composer of the music for the light operettas ‘Rose Marie’ and ‘The vagabond King’ ?
Q5 What famous ship had the honour of sailing second in line to HMS Victory at Trafalgar ?
Q6 Which diminutive pair of brothers played as half backs in the first French team ever to win the Grand Slam in 1968 ?
Q7 In Richmal Crompton’s Just William stories , what is the name of the little girl with a lisp who torments the Outlaws by constantly interfering in their affairs ?
Q8 Which term in academic discourse , derived from Latin for peace is used to disagree courteously with the point of view of a rival scholar ?
Q9 Espoo , ( population 270,000 ) is the second largest city in which European country ?
Q10 In pre decimal coinage , how many halfpennies were in 15 shillings ?
Q11 In which country can you find Moonee Valley Horse Racing Course ?
Q12 In terms of size , which is the third smallest planet in our Solar System ?
Q13 In golf which actress’s name is used as a slang term for a score of ten on any particular hole ?
Q14 The City of Warsaw in Poland stands on which river ?
Q15 Which of the Noble Gases takes it’s name from the Greek for ‘lazy or idle one ‘ ?
Q16 Which fellow English team did Spurs defeat to win the 1972 UEFA Cup Final ?
Q17 In which UK city are the headquarters of Morrisons?
Q18 What does the letter A stand for in the context of a CAT scan ?
Q19 What nationality was Kel Nagle , winner of golf’s British Open in 1960 ?
Q20 Who reigned over England for more than half of the 13th century ?
Q21 Which African country’s flag is mainly light blue and has a large white star in the centre
Q22 Which famous 1814 novel by Jane Austen features a character named Fanny Price ?
Q23 On a standard London Monopoly board which is the most expensive of the Orange properties , costing £200 ?
Q24 Which motor racing circuit was used for the cycling road races at the 2012 London Paralympic Games ?
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS A
Q1 The Music Man
Q2 Isle of Mull
Q3 Gary Burghoff
Q4 Rudolf Friml
Q5 HMS Temeraire
Q6 The Camberabero brothers
Q7 Violet Elizabeth Bott
Q8 Pace ( pronounced Parchay )
Q13 Bo Derek
Q20 Henry The Third ( 1216-72)
Q22 Mansfield park
Q23 Vine Street
Q24 Brands Hatch
Q1 Name the composer of the music for the light operettas ‘ The Student Prince’and ‘The Desert Song ‘ ?
Q2 Loretta Swit played Hotlips Houlihan in the TV series Mash but who portrayed her in the original film ?
Q3 Which house in Edinburgh , with the same name as one of the Isles , is the official home of Scotlands 1st Minister ?
Q4 Which non-musical actor played the lead in the film version of ‘The Music man ‘ ?
Q5 Which term in academic discourse , derived from the Latin for everywhere is used to reference an idea repeatedly mentioned in the author’s source ?
Q6 In Richmal Crompton’s Just William stories , what is the name of Williams great rival , the leader of the gang hated by the Outlaw Gang ?
Q7 Which powerful pair of brothers played international rugby together in the French pack , contributing to their country’s victory in the 1973 Five Nations ?
Q8 What was the name of Lord Howard Effingham’s flagship in the battle against the Spanish Armada ?
Q9 In terms of size , which is the third largest planet in our Solar System ?
Q10 In which country can you find the Happy Valley Horse Racing Course ?
Q11 In pre decimal coinage how many farthings were in a Half Crown ?
Q12 With an urban population of about 700,000 which is the largest city that is in the EU but is not geographically in Europe ?
Q13 Which club did Spurs beat in the 1984 UEFA Cup Final after a penalty shootout ?
Q14 Which of the Noble
Gases takes it’s name for the Greek for hidden
Q15 The city of Melbourne lies on which river ?
Q16 Rarely achieved , which 6 letter word in golf is used to describe a score of 4 under par on a hole ?
Q17 In which county is Edgehill where the first pitched battle of the English Civil War took place in 1642 ?
Q18 What nationality was Bob Charles winner of golfs British Open in 1963 ?
Q19 What does the letter R stand for in the context of an MRI scan ?
Q20 In which UK city are the headquarters of ASDA ?
Q21 What was the name of the circuit on which the Dutch Formula One Grand Prix was held from 1948 until its last running in 1985 ?
Q22 On a standard London Monopoly board ,which is the most expensive of the purple properties , costing £160 to purchase ?
Q23 Which 1847 novel by Charlotte Bronte features a character named Edward Rochester ?
Q24 Which African country’s flag is mainly red in colour and has a green interlocking star in the centre ?
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS B
Q1 Sigmund Romberg
Q2 Sally Kellerman
Q3 Bute House
Q4 Robert Preston
Q6 Hubert Lane
Q7 Spanghero Brothers
Q8 Ark Royal
Q10 Hong Kong
Q12 Las Palmas ( de Gran Canaria)
Q18 New Zealand
Q22 Northumberland Avenue
Q23 Jane Eyre
Q1 Fat Charlie was the mascot for which famous food business ?
A Little Chef
Q2 What is the capital of Malawi ?
Q3 Who is the youngest of King Lear’s three daughters ?
Q4 When spelling out the integers ONE , TWO , THREE etc in ascending order , which is the first to contain the letter B ?
A Ona Billion
Q5 A Comedo is the medical term for what ?
Q6 Who was the Roman goddess of the dawn ?