Quiz Questions 22 |
- In which city was Boris Johnson born?
- Which of the Beatles was walking barefoot over the zebra crossing on The Beatles’ Abbey Road album cover?
- How many members were in the Monty Python team?
- Which famous ship was named after the nickname of the witch Nannie Dee in the Robert Burns's 1791 poem Tam o' Shanter?
- Henry VIII had two of his wives executed, Anne Boleyn was one, can you name the other?
- Which animal can deliver a kick capable of killing a lion and also attacked singer Johnny Cash leaving him adicted to painkillers?
- According to the Queen of Hearts in Alice in Wonderland, what kind of food is eaten tomorrow, yesterday, but never today?
- Which 2004 American drama film starring Sandra Bullcok and Matt Dillon shares its name with the collective noun for a group of rhinos?
- Four of the five Olympic rings are green, blue, red and yellow, which colour is the fifth ring?
- What name is given to a cage or box filled with rocks, concrete, or sometimes sand and soil for use in civil engineering?
- Which actress sang the song "Team Work" with Bing Crosby and Bob Hope in the 1962 film The Road to Hong Kong?
- What do galena and a Cluedo murder weapon have in common?
- What is the Swahili word for 'journey'?
- True or False. The catchphrase "Beam me up, Scotty" has never been said in any Star Trek TV series or film?
- What is the stage name of singer Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta?
- Which continent has the largest Catholic population?
- The M90 motorway is the most northerly motorway in the United Kingdom; which city is at its northern end?
- What does the word 'pont' mean in both French and Welsh?
- Name the world's fourth most populated country?
- Which American crime drama starring Alice Braga as Teresa Mendoza shares its name with the nickname of a Scottish market town?
- What is the literal meaning of the word 'Islam'?
- Which hospital is the the oldest in Britain? Above its entrance is the only public statue of King Henry VIII in London.
- Which American university awards the Pulitzer prize?
- Which country do swallows migrate to when they leave Britain for the winter?
- Which slogan, used during the late 1960s and early 1970s as a symbol of a non-violence ideology, was coined by the American beat poet Allen Ginsberg? (Hint: It's a two word slogan)
- Which animal is the symbol of the American Republican Party?
- "When You Wish Upon a Star" is a song written for which 1940 film?
- Including its claws, how many legs does a crab have?
- 16th-century pirate Francis Le Clerc, nicknamed "Pata de Palo" by the Spanish, was the first modern era pirate to have what?
- At the 2017 Oscars, which actress incorrectly announced La La Land as Best Picture instead of the actual winner, Moonlight?
- Which city's cathedral is the largest cathedral and religious building in Britain?
- New York City
- Paul McCartney
- Six (Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, and Michael Palin)
- Catherine Howard
- An ostrich (Cash was kicked and wounded by an ostrich he kept on his farm)
- Joan Collins
- Lead (the mineral galena is a lead ore, and the weapon is lead piping)
- True, it has never been said. (The closest Kirk ever came to saying that phrase was in Star Trek IV: The Journey Home, in which he says, "Scotty, beam me up".)
- Lady Gaga
- South America
- Queen of the South
- St Bartholomew's Hospital, commonly known as Barts.
- South Africa (and Namibia)
- Flower Power
- A peg leg ('pata de palo' is stick leg in English)
- Faye Dunaway (she was given the incorrect envelope)
- Liverpool's (largest cathedrals in order: Liverpool, St Paul's, York Minster and Lincoln)
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