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WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 20:00
A very good Friday evening to you Rejects.
A warm welcome awaits you in the Reject’s Bar.
Get yourself your favourite tipple.
Get comfy.
Let’s have a crackin’ quiz.

NSG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18


1) Who had a 1965 hit with ‘I Got You Babe’

2) Geography, what is the County town of Kent?

3) TV, in the Scottish sitcom ‘Still Game’, what is the name of the
Pub which Jack and Victor frequent?

4) Film, who starred as Queen Victoria in the 1997 film ‘Mrs Brown’?

5) In what country was Adolph Hitler born?

6) Food and drink, what do St Auger, Gorgonzola and Stilton cheeses have in common?

7) Science, in which human organ would you find the hypothalamus?

8 ) What car which was manufactured and marketed in Germany from 1938 to 2003 was known as Der Käfer in German?

9) In which sport might you win the Claret Jug?

10) History, in 1553, how long did Lady Jane Grey's reign as Queen of England and Ireland last?

11) Made famous by Gerry and the Pacemakers and the Liverpool Kop, from what 1945 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical does the song 'You'll Never Walk Alone' come?

12) If you are ‘Sinistral’ what condition do you have?

13) Literature, first published in 1813, who wrote the classic novel ‘Pride and Prejudice’

14) Which country presented the Statue of Liberty to America as a gift?

15) Film, who starred as Axel Foley in the "Beverley Hills Cop" series of movies?

16) TV, in the 1980’s sitcom ‘Hi de Hi’, who played Peggy Ollerenshaw the aspirational chalet maid hoping to become a Yellowcoat?

17) Which record by Queen reached number 1 in the charts in 1975 and again in 1991?

18) Science, how many planets make up our solar system?

19) Classical music, Piano Sonata No. 14, commonly known as the ‘Moonlight Sonata’, was written by which German composer?

20) History, how was Edward, the English King between 1042 and 1066, commonly known?

21) Food and drink, Mafalda Corta, Penne and Fusilli are what type of food?

22) Geography, which country has the wine making region known as the Barossa Valley ?

23) Literature, first published in 1847, who wrote the classic novel ’Jane Eyre’?

24) What is a ‘metronome?.

25) ♪♫Dirty old river, must you keep rolling
Flowing into the night
People so busy, makes me feel dizzy
Taxi light shines so bright
But I don't need no friends
As long as I gaze on…………………..♪♫

From what song are those the opening lines?


BROTHERS BONUS QUESTIONS


Which rock/pop bands did the following brothers form?

BQ1) Brian, Dennis and Carl Wilson.

BQ2) Mark and David Knopfler

BQ3) Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb.

BQ4) Noel and Liam Gallagher

BQ5) Ray and Dave Davies

STINKER) In which dystopian fantasy novel, first published in 1949, is Great Britain known as ‘Airship One’ a province of the Superstate ‘Oceania’?

TRICKY) The French high speed train is known as the ‘TGV’, what does the acronym stand for?
marieM
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 20:11
2. Tunbridge Wells
5. Austria
9. Golf
14. Sweden
18. seven
20. The confessor
21. Pasta
22. Portugal
24, Beat timer
]
BBq1 Beach Boys
3, Bee Gees
4, Oasis
5. The kinks
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 20:15
@marieM wrote:2. Tunbridge Wells
5. Austria
9. Golf
14. Sweden
18. seven
20. The confessor
21. Pasta
22. Portugal
24, Beat timer
]
BBq1 Beach Boys
       3, Bee Gees
       4, Oasis
       5. The kinks

Evening Marie.

A very good score of 9 correct, well done.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 20:20
1 Sonny and Cher
2 Maidstone
4 Judi Dench
5 Austria
7 Brain
10 9
11 Carousel
13 Jane Austen
14 France
16 Sue Pollard
18 ..8
20 The confessor
21 Australia
23 Charlotte Bronte
24 Tempo timer

Bq1 Beach boys
2 Dire straits
3 Bee gees
4 Oasis
5 Kinks
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 20:23
@maureen wrote:1 Sonny and Cher
2 Maidstone
4 Judi Dench
5 Austria
7 Brain
10  9
11 Carousel
13 Jane Austen
14 France
16 Sue Pollard
18 ..8
20 The confessor
21 Australia
23 Charlotte Bronte
24 Tempo timer

Bq1 Beach boys
2 Dire straits
3 Bee gees
4 Oasis
5 Kinks

Evening Mo.

An excellent 20 correct, very well done.
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jo anne
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 20:25
Evening, Ray Smile

1) sonny & Cher 
2) Canterbury
3) 
4) judi dench
5) Austria
6) Mould
7) Brain
8 ) 
9) 
10) 7 days?
11) Carousel
12) 
13) Jane Austen 
14) France 
15)
16) Sue
17) Bohemian rhapsody
18) 8
19) Mozart 
20) Edward the confessor
21) pasta

22) Germany 

23) Charlotte Bronte (Bolton Octagon, 18 Jan - 10 Feb)

24) Swinging pendulum to count beats
25) Waterloo sunset

BQ1) Beach Boys
BQ2) UB40
BQ3) Bee Gees
BQ4) Oasis
BQ5) 
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raymyjamie
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 20:31
@jo anne wrote:Evening, Ray Smile

1) sonny & Cher 
2) Canterbury
3) 
4) judi dench
5) Austria
6) Mould
7) Brain
8 ) 
9) 
10) 7 days?
11) Carousel
12) 
13) Jane Austen 
14) France 
15)
16) Sue
17) Bohemian rhapsody
18) 8
19) Mozart 
20) Edward the confessor
21) pasta

22) Germany 

23) Charlotte Bronte (Bolton Octagon, 18 Jan - 10 Feb)

24) Swinging pendulum to count beats
25) Waterloo sunset

BQ1) Beach Boys
BQ2) UB40
BQ3) Bee Gees
BQ4) Oasis
BQ5) 

Evening Jo Anne.

I make that an excellent 19 correct.

I've marked your Q6 as correct, which it is technically,

but not the answer I had.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 20:36
Thanks, Ray. I'll look up what links the three cheeses now Smile
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 20:39
@raymyjamie wrote:A very good Friday evening to you Rejects.                                                                                        
A warm welcome awaits you in the Reject’s Bar.
Get yourself your favourite tipple.
Get comfy.
Let’s have a crackin’ quiz.

NSG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18


1)  Who  had a 1965 hit with ‘I Got You Babe’ sonny and Cher

2)  Geography, what is the County town of Kent?

3)  TV, in the Scottish sitcom ‘Still Game’, what is the name of the
Pub which Jack and Victor frequent?

4)  Film, who starred as Queen Victoria in the 1997 film ‘Mrs Brown’? Dame Judi dench

5)  In what country was Adolph Hitler born? Austria

6)  Food and drink, what do St Auger, Gorgonzola and Stilton cheeses have in common? All blue cheeses (injected with mould)

7)  Science, in which human organ would you find the hypothalamus? Brain

8 )  What car which was manufactured and marketed in Germany from 1938 to 2003 was known as Der Käfer in German? VW Beetle?

9)  In which sport might you win the Claret Jug? Golf

10)  History, in 1553, how long did Lady Jane Grey's reign as Queen of England and Ireland last? 7 days?

11)  Made famous by Gerry and the Pacemakers and the Liverpool Kop, from what 1945 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical does the song 'You'll Never Walk Alone' come? South Pacific?

12)  If you are ‘Sinistral’ what condition do you have? Snoring?

13) Literature, first published in 1813, who wrote the classic novel ‘Pride and Prejudice’ Jane Austin

14)  Which country presented the Statue of Liberty to America as a gift? France?

15)  Film, who starred as Axel Foley in the "Beverley Hills Cop" series of movies? Eddy Murphy

16)  TV, in the 1980’s sitcom ‘Hi de Hi’, who played Peggy Ollerenshaw the aspirational chalet maid hoping to become a Yellow coat? Sue Pollard

17)  Which record by Queen reached number 1 in the charts in 1975 and again in 1991? Bohemian rhapsody

18)  Science, how many planets make up our solar system? 8 (used to be 9 but one was declassified if I remember right)

19)  Classical music, Piano Sonata No. 14, commonly known as the ‘Moonlight Sonata’, was written by which German composer? Beethoven

20)  History, how was Edward, the English King between 1042 and 1066, commonly known? Harold?

21)  Food and drink, Mafalda Corta, Penne and Fusilli are what type of food? Pasta

22)  Geography, which country has the wine making region known as the Barossa Valley ? Spain

23)  Literature, first published in 1847, who wrote the classic novel ’Jane Eyre’? It was a bronte. Charlotte?

24)  What is a ‘metronome?. An instrument that keeps the time/beat of music. Usually piano.

25)  ♪♫Dirty old river, must you keep rolling
          Flowing into the night
          People so busy, makes me feel dizzy
          Taxi light shines so bright
          But I don't need no friends
          As long as I gaze on…………………..♪♫

From what song are those the opening lines?


BROTHERS BONUS QUESTIONS


Which rock/pop bands did the following brothers form?

BQ1)  Brian, Dennis and Carl Wilson. Beach boys

BQ2)  Mark and David Knopfler Dire Straits

BQ3)  Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb. Bee gees

BQ4)  Noel and Liam Gallagher. Oasis

BQ5)  Ray and Dave Davies. The kinks

STINKER)  In which dystopian fantasy novel, first published in 1949, is Great Britain known as ‘Airship One’ a province of the Superstate ‘Oceania’? 1984?

TRICKY)  The French high speed train is known as the ‘TGV’, what does the acronym stand for? Train grand vitesse

Some tough ones tonight but enjoyable as ever
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 20:40
@jo anne wrote:Thanks, Ray. I'll look up what links the three cheeses now Smile

Cheers Jo Anne.

You were right to say 'mould', but it is what the mould does to the cheese.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 20:44
@Lima Lima wrote:
@raymyjamie wrote:A very good Friday evening to you Rejects.                                                                                        
A warm welcome awaits you in the Reject’s Bar.
Get yourself your favourite tipple.
Get comfy.
Let’s have a crackin’ quiz.

NSG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18


1)  Who  had a 1965 hit with ‘I Got You Babe’ sonny and Cher

2)  Geography, what is the County town of Kent?

3)  TV, in the Scottish sitcom ‘Still Game’, what is the name of the
Pub which Jack and Victor frequent?

4)  Film, who starred as Queen Victoria in the 1997 film ‘Mrs Brown’? Dame Judi dench

5)  In what country was Adolph Hitler born? Austria

6)  Food and drink, what do St Auger, Gorgonzola and Stilton cheeses have in common? All blue cheeses (injected with mould)

7)  Science, in which human organ would you find the hypothalamus? Brain

8 )  What car which was manufactured and marketed in Germany from 1938 to 2003 was known as Der Käfer in German? VW Beetle?

9)  In which sport might you win the Claret Jug? Golf

10)  History, in 1553, how long did Lady Jane Grey's reign as Queen of England and Ireland last? 7 days?

11)  Made famous by Gerry and the Pacemakers and the Liverpool Kop, from what 1945 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical does the song 'You'll Never Walk Alone' come? South Pacific?

12)  If you are ‘Sinistral’ what condition do you have? Snoring?

13) Literature, first published in 1813, who wrote the classic novel ‘Pride and Prejudice’ Jane Austin

14)  Which country presented the Statue of Liberty to America as a gift? France?

15)  Film, who starred as Axel Foley in the "Beverley Hills Cop" series of movies? Eddy Murphy

16)  TV, in the 1980’s sitcom ‘Hi de Hi’, who played Peggy Ollerenshaw the aspirational chalet maid hoping to become a  Yellow coat? Sue Pollard

17)  Which record by Queen reached number 1 in the charts in 1975 and again in 1991? Bohemian rhapsody

18)  Science, how many planets make up our solar system? 8 (used to be 9 but one was declassified if I remember right)

19)  Classical music, Piano Sonata No. 14, commonly known as the ‘Moonlight Sonata’, was written by which German composer? Beethoven

20)  History, how was Edward, the English King between 1042 and 1066, commonly known? Harold?

21)  Food and drink, Mafalda Corta, Penne and Fusilli are what type of food? Pasta

22)  Geography, which country has the wine making region known as the Barossa Valley ? Spain

23)  Literature, first published in 1847, who wrote the classic novel ’Jane Eyre’? It was a bronte.  Charlotte?

24)  What is a ‘metronome?. An instrument that keeps the time/beat of music. Usually piano.

25)  ♪♫Dirty old river, must you keep rolling
          Flowing into the night
          People so busy, makes me feel dizzy
          Taxi light shines so bright
          But I don't need no friends
          As long as I gaze on…………………..♪♫

From what song are those the opening lines?


BROTHERS BONUS QUESTIONS


Which rock/pop bands did the following brothers form?

BQ1)  Brian, Dennis and Carl Wilson. Beach boys

BQ2)  Mark and David Knopfler Dire Straits

BQ3)  Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb. Bee gees

BQ4)  Noel and Liam Gallagher. Oasis

BQ5)  Ray and Dave Davies. The kinks

STINKER)  In which dystopian fantasy novel, first published in 1949, is Great Britain known as ‘Airship One’ a province of the Superstate ‘Oceania’? 1984?

TRICKY)  The French high speed train is known as the ‘TGV’, what does the acronym stand for? Train grand vitesse

Some tough ones tonight but enjoyable as ever

They were so tough that you got a brilliant 24 correct LL.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 20:45
1. Sonny and Cher
2. Maidstone
3.
4. Judy Dench
5. Austria
6. Can all be Blue Veined Cheeses (Stilton is generaly a plain cheese, Blue Stilton is veined)
7. The Brain
8. Volswagen Beatle ???????
9.
10. 9 Days
11. Carousel
12. You are Left Handed
13. Jane Austin
14. France
15. Eddie Murphy
16. Sue Pollard
17. Bohemian Rhapsody
18. Was 9 Now 8 (Pluto Downsized )
19. Beethoven
20. The Confessor
21. Types of Pasta
22. Australia
23. Charlotte Bronte
24. An Item that gives a regular beat (Can be changed) for use in music
25. Waterloo Sunset

Bonus Questions.
1. The Beach Boys
2.
3. The Bee Gees
4. Oasis
5. The Kinks

Stinker: = Nineteen Eighty Four......by George Orwell
Tricky:=
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 20:54
@weatherwax wrote:1. Sonny and Cher
2. Maidstone
3.
4. Judy Dench
5. Austria
6. Can all be Blue Veined Cheeses (Stilton is generaly a plain cheese, Blue Stilton is veined)
7. The Brain
8. Volswagen Beatle ???????
9.
10. 9 Days
11. Carousel
12. You are Left Handed
13. Jane Austin
14. France
15. Eddie Murphy
16. Sue Pollard
17. Bohemian Rhapsody
18. Was 9 Now 8 (Pluto Downsized )
19. Beethoven
20. The Confessor
21. Types of Pasta
22. Australia
23. Charlotte Bronte
24. An Item that gives a regular beat (Can be changed) for use in music
25. Waterloo Sunset

Bonus Questions.
1. The Beach Boys
2.
3. The Bee Gees
4. Oasis
5. The Kinks

Stinker: = Nineteen Eighty Four......by George Orwell
Tricky:=

Evening WW.

I make that a brilliant 28 correct, But it's what we expect LOL.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 21:14
Thanks again Ray for your brilliant quiz,you certainly keep us all on our toes throughout the week.
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raymyjamie
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 21:17
@maureen wrote:Thanks again Ray for your brilliant quiz,you certainly keep us all on our toes throughout the week.

Thanks a lot Mo.

Well done you tonight, really excellent quizzing.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 21:19
@raymyjamie wrote:A very good Friday evening to you Rejects.                                                                                        
A warm welcome awaits you in the Reject’s Bar.
Get yourself your favourite tipple.
Get comfy.
Let’s have a crackin’ quiz.

NSG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

1)  Who  had a 1965 hit with ‘I Got You Babe’ SONNY AND CHER

2)  Geography, what is the County town of Kent? MARGATE

3)  TV, in the Scottish sitcom ‘Still Game’, what is the name of the
Pub which Jack and Victor frequent?

4)  Film, who starred as Queen Victoria in the 1997 film ‘Mrs Brown’? JUDI DENCH

5)  In what country was Adolph Hitler born? AUSTRIA

6)  Food and drink, what do St Auger, Gorgonzola and Stilton cheeses have in common? COLOURED VEINS

7)  Science, in which human organ would you find the hypothalamus?BRAIN

8 )  What car which was manufactured and marketed in Germany from 1938 to 2003 was known as Der Käfer in German? VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE

9)  In which sport might you win the Claret Jug? GOLF

10)  History, in 1553, how long did Lady Jane Grey's reign as Queen of England and Ireland last? 9 DAYS

11)  Made famous by Gerry and the Pacemakers and the Liverpool Kop, from what 1945 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical does the song 'You'll Never Walk Alone' come? CAROUSEL

12)  If you are ‘Sinistral’ what condition do you have? LEFT HANDED

13) Literature, first published in 1813, who wrote the classic novel ‘Pride and Prejudice’ JANE AUSTEN

14)  Which country presented the Statue of Liberty to America as a gift?
FRANCE
15)  Film, who starred as Axel Foley in the "Beverley Hills Cop" series of movies? EDDIE MURPHY

16)  TV, in the 1980’s sitcom ‘Hi de Hi’, who played Peggy Ollerenshaw the aspirational chalet maid hoping to become a Yellowcoat? SUE POLLARD

17)  Which record by Queen reached number 1 in the charts in 1975 and again in 1991? BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY

18)  Science, how many planets make up our solar system? EIGHT

19)  Classical music, Piano Sonata No. 14, commonly known as the ‘Moonlight Sonata’, was written by which German composer? BACH

20)  History, how was Edward, the English King between 1042 and 1066, commonly known? THE CONFESSOR

21)  Food and drink, Mafalda Corta, Penne and Fusilli are what type of food? PASTA

22)  Geography, which country has the wine making region known as the Barossa Valley ? AUSTRALIA

23)  Literature, first published in 1847, who wrote the classic novel ’Jane Eyre’? CHARLOTTE BRONTE

24)  What is a ‘metronome?. IT KEEPS THE BEAT OR TEMPO IN MUSIC

25)  ♪♫Dirty old river, must you keep rolling
          Flowing into the night
          People so busy, makes me feel dizzy
          Taxi light shines so bright
          But I don't need no friends
          As long as I gaze on…………………..♪♫
WATERLOO SUNSET. KINKS
From what song are those the opening lines?


BROTHERS BONUS QUESTIONS


Which rock/pop bands did the following brothers form?

BQ1)  Brian, Dennis and Carl Wilson. BEACH BOYS

BQ2)  Mark and David Knopfler. DIRE STRAITS

BQ3)  Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb. BEE GEES

BQ4)  Noel and Liam Gallagher. OASIS

BQ5)  Ray and Dave Davies. KINKS

STINKER)  In which dystopian fantasy novel, first published in 1949, is Great Britain known as ‘Airship One’ a province of the Superstate ‘Oceania’?

TRICKY)  The French high speed train is known as the ‘TGV’, what does the acronym stand for? TRAIN GRAND VITESSE


EVENING RAY JUST BACK FROM SCARBOROUGH
IN TIME FOR T'QUIZ. ITS BALTIC ON THAT COAST
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 21:24
@Gassey wrote:
@raymyjamie wrote:A very good Friday evening to you Rejects.                                                                                        
A warm welcome awaits you in the Reject’s Bar.
Get yourself your favourite tipple.
Get comfy.
Let’s have a crackin’ quiz.

NSG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

1)  Who  had a 1965 hit with ‘I Got You Babe’  SONNY AND CHER

2)  Geography, what is the County town of Kent?  MARGATE

3)  TV, in the Scottish sitcom ‘Still Game’, what is the name of the
Pub which Jack and Victor frequent?

4)  Film, who starred as Queen Victoria in the 1997 film ‘Mrs Brown’?  JUDI DENCH

5)  In what country was Adolph Hitler born?  AUSTRIA

6)  Food and drink, what do St Auger, Gorgonzola and Stilton cheeses have in common?  COLOURED VEINS

7)  Science, in which human organ would you find the hypothalamus?BRAIN

8 )  What car which was manufactured and marketed in Germany from 1938 to 2003 was known as Der Käfer in German?  VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE

9)  In which sport might you win the Claret Jug?  GOLF

10)  History, in 1553, how long did Lady Jane Grey's reign as Queen of England and Ireland last?  9 DAYS

11)  Made famous by Gerry and the Pacemakers and the Liverpool Kop, from what 1945 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical does the song 'You'll Never Walk Alone' come?  CAROUSEL

12)  If you are ‘Sinistral’ what condition do you have?  LEFT HANDED

13) Literature, first published in 1813, who wrote the classic novel ‘Pride and Prejudice’ JANE AUSTEN

14)  Which country presented the Statue of Liberty to America as a gift?
FRANCE
15)  Film, who starred as Axel Foley in the "Beverley Hills Cop" series of movies?  EDDIE MURPHY

16)  TV, in the 1980’s sitcom ‘Hi de Hi’, who played Peggy Ollerenshaw the aspirational chalet maid hoping to become a Yellowcoat?  SUE POLLARD

17)  Which record by Queen reached number 1 in the charts in 1975 and again in 1991?  BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY

18)  Science, how many planets make up our solar system? EIGHT

19)  Classical music, Piano Sonata No. 14, commonly known as the ‘Moonlight Sonata’, was written by which German composer?  BACH

20)  History, how was Edward, the English King between 1042 and 1066, commonly known?  THE CONFESSOR

21)  Food and drink, Mafalda Corta, Penne and Fusilli are what type of food?  PASTA

22)  Geography, which country has the wine making region known as the Barossa Valley ?  AUSTRALIA

23)  Literature, first published in 1847, who wrote the classic novel ’Jane Eyre’?  CHARLOTTE BRONTE

24)  What is a ‘metronome?.  IT KEEPS THE BEAT OR TEMPO IN MUSIC

25)  ♪♫Dirty old river, must you keep rolling
          Flowing into the night
          People so busy, makes me feel dizzy
          Taxi light shines so bright
          But I don't need no friends
          As long as I gaze on…………………..♪♫
WATERLOO SUNSET. KINKS
From what song are those the opening lines?


BROTHERS BONUS QUESTIONS


Which rock/pop bands did the following brothers form?

BQ1)  Brian, Dennis and Carl Wilson.  BEACH BOYS

BQ2)  Mark and David Knopfler. DIRE STRAITS

BQ3)  Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb.  BEE GEES

BQ4)  Noel and Liam Gallagher.  OASIS

BQ5)  Ray and Dave Davies. KINKS

STINKER)  In which dystopian fantasy novel, first published in 1949, is Great Britain known as ‘Airship One’ a province of the Superstate ‘Oceania’?

TRICKY)  The French high speed train is known as the ‘TGV’, what does the acronym stand for?  TRAIN GRAND VITESSE


EVENING RAY JUST BACK FROM SCARBOROUGH
IN TIME FOR T'QUIZ. ITS BALTIC ON THAT COAST

A just brilliant 28 correct Gassey, very well done.

You've actually matched WW's score, so that's a real achievement.

I bet it's been 'taters' on that East Coast this week, you're braver than me LOL.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 21:35
Thanks for the questions Ray another
classic quiz:TU:

Yeah it was bad over there but the 99 pence bar
at night softened the blow drunken
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 21:45



1)  Who  had a 1965 hit with ‘I Got You Babe’ Sonny & Cher

2)  Geography, what is the County town of Kent? ?????????

3)  TV, in the Scottish sitcom ‘Still Game’, what is the name of the
Pub which Jack and Victor frequent? The Clansman

4)  Film, who starred as Queen Victoria in the 1997 film ‘Mrs Brown’? Dame Judy Dench

5)  In what country was Adolph Hitler born? Austria

6)  Food and drink, what do St Auger, Gorgonzola and Stilton cheeses have in common? Have live organisms in them

7)  Science, in which human organ would you find the hypothalamus? Brain

8 )  What car which was manufactured and marketed in Germany from 1938 to 2003 was known as Der Käfer in German? VB Beetle THANKS GASSEY Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

9)  In which sport might you win the Claret Jug? Golf

10)  History, in 1553, how long did Lady Jane Grey's reign as Queen of England and Ireland last? One month

11)  Made famous by Gerry and the Pacemakers and the Liverpool Kop, from what 1945 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical does the song 'You'll Never Walk Alone' come? Carousel

12)  If you are ‘Sinistral’ what condition do you have? Left handed

13) Literature, first published in 1813, who wrote the classic novel ‘Pride and Prejudice’ Emily Bronte

14)  Which country presented the Statue of Liberty to America as a gift? France

15)  Film, who starred as Axel Foley in the "Beverley Hills Cop" series of movies? Eddie Murphy

16)  TV, in the 1980’s sitcom ‘Hi de Hi’, who played Peggy Ollerenshaw the aspirational chalet maid hoping to become a Yellowcoat? Su (As seen in Wigan last year) Pollard

17)  Which record by Queen reached number 1 in the charts in 1975 and again in 1991? Bohemian Rhapsody

18)  Science, how many planets make up our solar system? Nine

19)  Classical music, Piano Sonata No. 14, commonly known as the ‘Moonlight Sonata’, was written by which German composer? Handel

20)  History, how was Edward, the English King between 1042 and 1066, commonly known? Harold

21)  Food and drink, Mafalda Corta, Penne and Fusilli are what type of food? Pasta

22)  Geography, which country has the wine making region known as the Barossa Valley ? Italy

23)  Literature, first published in 1847, who wrote the classic novel ’Jane Eyre’? Emily Bronte

24)  What is a ‘metronome?.

25)  ♪♫Dirty old river, must you keep rolling
          Flowing into the night
          People so busy, makes me feel dizzy
          Taxi light shines so bright
          But I don't need no friends
          As long as I gaze on…………………..♪♫

From what song are those the opening lines? Waterloo Sunset (The Kinks)


BROTHERS BONUS QUESTIONS


Which rock/pop bands did the following brothers form?

BQ1)  Brian, Dennis and Carl Wilson. The Three Degrees

BQ2)  Mark and David Knopfler

BQ3)  Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb. Bee Gees

BQ4)  Noel and Liam Gallagher Oasis

BQ5)  Ray and Dave Davies Proclaimers

STINKER)  In which dystopian fantasy novel, first published in 1949, is Great Britain known as ‘Airship One’ a province of the Superstate ‘Oceania’? 1984

TRICKY)  The French high speed train is known as the ‘TGV’, what does the acronym stand for?

Train Grande Vitesse (F****h for HST)
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 21:49
@Gassey wrote:Thanks for the questions Ray another
classic quiz:TU:

Yeah it was bad over there but the 99 pence bar
at night softened the blow drunken

Cheers Gassey, very well played tonight.

I like the sound of a 99p bar
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 21:52
@Corky Ringspot wrote:


1)  Who  had a 1965 hit with ‘I Got You Babe’    Sonny & Cher

2)  Geography, what is the County town of Kent?  ?????????

3)  TV, in the Scottish sitcom ‘Still Game’, what is the name of the
Pub which Jack and Victor frequent?    The Clansman

4)  Film, who starred as Queen Victoria in the 1997 film ‘Mrs Brown’?   Dame Judy Dench

5)  In what country was Adolph Hitler born?    Austria

6)  Food and drink, what do St Auger, Gorgonzola and Stilton cheeses have in common?  Have live organisms in them

7)  Science, in which human organ would you find the hypothalamus?   Brain

8 )  What car which was manufactured and marketed in Germany from 1938 to 2003 was known as Der Käfer in German?    VB Beetle THANKS GASSEY  Very Happy  Very Happy  Very Happy  

9)  In which sport might you win the Claret Jug?    Golf

10)  History, in 1553, how long did Lady Jane Grey's reign as Queen of England and Ireland last?  One month

11)  Made famous by Gerry and the Pacemakers and the Liverpool Kop, from what 1945 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical does the song 'You'll Never Walk Alone' come?    Carousel

12)  If you are ‘Sinistral’ what condition do you have?   Left handed

13) Literature, first published in 1813, who wrote the classic novel ‘Pride and Prejudice’   Emily Bronte

14)  Which country presented the Statue of Liberty to America as a gift?   France

15)  Film, who starred as Axel Foley in the "Beverley Hills Cop" series of movies?   Eddie  Murphy

16)  TV, in the 1980’s sitcom ‘Hi de Hi’, who played Peggy Ollerenshaw the aspirational chalet maid hoping to become a Yellowcoat?   Su (As seen in Wigan last year) Pollard

17)  Which record by Queen reached number 1 in the charts in 1975 and again in 1991?  Bohemian Rhapsody
 
18)  Science, how many planets make up our solar system?    Nine

19)  Classical music, Piano Sonata No. 14, commonly known as the ‘Moonlight Sonata’, was written by which German composer?     Handel

20)  History, how was Edward, the English King between 1042 and 1066, commonly known?   Harold

21)  Food and drink, Mafalda Corta, Penne and Fusilli are what type of food?   Pasta

22)  Geography, which country has the wine making region known as the Barossa Valley ?    Italy

23)  Literature, first published in 1847, who wrote the classic novel ’Jane Eyre’?   Emily Bronte

24)  What is a ‘metronome?.

25)  ♪♫Dirty old river, must you keep rolling
          Flowing into the night
          People so busy, makes me feel dizzy
          Taxi light shines so bright
          But I don't need no friends
          As long as I gaze on…………………..♪♫

From what song are those the opening lines?    Waterloo Sunset (The Kinks)


BROTHERS BONUS QUESTIONS


Which rock/pop bands did the following brothers form?

BQ1)  Brian, Dennis and Carl Wilson.   The Three Degrees

BQ2)  Mark and David Knopfler

BQ3)  Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb.  Bee Gees

BQ4)  Noel and Liam Gallagher   Oasis

BQ5)  Ray and Dave Davies   Proclaimers

STINKER)  In which dystopian fantasy novel, first published in 1949, is Great Britain known as ‘Airship One’ a province of the Superstate ‘Oceania’?   1984

TRICKY)  The French high speed train is known as the ‘TGV’, what does the acronym stand for?

Train Grande Vitesse  (F****h for HST)

I make that a very impressive 20 correct Mester C, very well done.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 21:57
Thanks again, Ray. Just realised I missed the metronome one. Embarassed Very Happy
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 21:59
Cheers Corky.

Yes a fairly easy one the metronome really.
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 22:58
Well done to all tonight's quizzers.

A very high standard as always.

Here are the answers:-


WR Friday Night Pub Quiz Answers 19-1-18


1)  Who  had a 1965 hit with ‘I Got You Babe’?
Sonny and Cher  

2)  Geography, what is the County town of Kent ?
      Maidstone

3)  TV, in the Scottish sitcom ‘Still Game’, what is the name of the
Pub which Jack and Victor frequent?
The Clansman      

4)  Film, who starred as Queen Victoria in the 1997 film ‘Mrs Brown’?
  Judie Dench

5)  In what country was Adolph Hitler born?
  Austria

6)  Food and drink, what do St Auger, Gorgonzola and Stilton cheeses have in common?
They are blue veined, I will also accept they contain mould/bacteria to give the cheese its colour  

7)  Science, in which human organ would you find the hypothalamus?
  The brain

8 )  What car which was manufactured and marketed in Germany from 1938 to 2003 was known as Der Käfer in German?
  VW Beetle, or more correctly the Volkswagen Type 1  

9)  In which sport might you win the Claret Jug?
Golf (British Open)    

10)  History, in 1553, how long did Lady Jane Grey's reign as Queen of England and Ireland last?
Nine days  

11)  Made famous by Gerry and the Pacemakers and the Liverpool Kop, from what 1945 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical does the song 'You'll Never Walk Alone' come?
  Carousel

12)  If you are ‘Sinistral’ what condition do you have?
   Left handed

13) Literature, first published in 1813, who wrote the classic novel ‘Pride and Prejudice’
Jane Austen  

14)  Which country presented the Statue of Liberty to America as a gift?
    France

15)  Film, who starred as Axel Foley in the "Beverley Hills Cop" series of movies?  
Eddie Murphy

16)  TV, in the 1980’s sitcom ‘Hi de Hi’, who played Peggy Ollerenshaw the aspirational chalet maid hoping to become a Yellowcoat?
Su Pollard  

17)  Which record by Queen reached number 1 in the charts in 1975 and again in 1991?
Bohemian Rhapsody  

18)  Science, how many planets make up our solar system?
Eight, Pluto has been downgraded to a Dwarf Planet

19)  Classical music, Piano Sonata No. 14, commonly known as the ‘Moonlight Sonata’, was written by which German composer?
  Beethoven 

20)  History, how was Edward, the English King between 1042 and 1066, commonly known?
Edward the Confessor  

21)  Food and drink, Mafalda Corta, Penne and Fusilli are what type of food?
  Pasta

22)  Geography, which country has the wine making region known as the Barossa Valley ?
Australia

23)  Literature, first published in 1847, who wrote the classic novel ’Jane Eyre’?
Charlotte Bronte  

24)  What is a ‘metronome’?
A mechanical or electrical instrument that makes repeated clicking sounds at an adjustable pace, used for marking rhythm in music.  

25)  ♪♫Dirty old river, must you keep rolling
          Flowing into the night
          People so busy, makes me feel dizzy
          Taxi light shines so bright
          But I don't need no friends
          As long as I gaze on…………………..♪♫

From what song are those the opening lines?

  Waterloo Sunset  

BROTHERS BONUS QUESTIONS


Which rock/pop bands did the following brothers form?

BQ1)  Brian, Dennis and Carl Wilson.
The Beach Boys  

BQ2)  Mark and David Knopfler
Dire Straits    

BQ3)  Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb.
The Bee Gees  

BQ4)  Noel and Liam Gallagher
  Oasis

BQ5)  Ray and Dave Davies
The Kinks  

STINKER)  In which dystopian fantasy novel, first published in 1949, is Great Britain known as ‘Airship One’ a province of the Superstate ‘Oceania’?
    1984

TRICKY)  The French high speed train is known as the ‘TGV’, what does the acronym stand for?
Train a Grande Vitesse  
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Re: WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 19-1-18

on Fri Jan 19 2018, 23:02
Admin has been conspicuous by her absence tonight,

I hope all is well.
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