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Art Trivia

Art

Question: Giorgio De Chirico was born in which country?

Answer: Greece

Question: Edward Hopper died in which year?

Answer: 1967

Question: Which country's flag features in Jasper Johns 'Three Flags' of 1958?

Answer: USA

Question: Chaim Soutine was a painter of what nationality?

Answer: French

Question: What was the real first name of Jackson Pollock?

Answer: Paul

Question: Complete the title of the famous work from Jenny Holzer 'Protect me from what…'?

Answer: I Want

Question: In which year did the De Stijl movement originate?

Answer: 1917

Question: Emilie Floege is a famous work by whom?

Answer: Gustav Klimt

Question: Edvard Munch hailed from which nation?

Answer: Norway

Question: What nationality was artist Henri Matisse?

Answer: French

Question: What was the first name of 'Nighthawks' painter Hopper?

Answer: Edward

Question: What color is the middle strip in Barnett Newman's infamous 'Voice of Fire'?

Answer: Red

Question: In what decade did Purism emerge?

Answer: 1910s

Question: How old was Henri Matisse when he died?

Answer: 84

Question: Complete the title of a famous work by Brancusi 'Bird in…'?

Answer: Space

Question: Complete the title of a famous work by Umberto Boccioni 'Unique forms of continuity in a….'?

Answer: Space

Question: How many people are featured in Grant Woods American Gothic?

Answer: 2

Question: Egon Schiele was a protégé of which notable painter?

Answer: Gustav Klimt

Question: Les Nabis was a 20th century movement based in which country?

Answer: France

Question: Damien Hirst was born in which year?

Answer: 1965

Question: Complete the title of an influential work by Roy Lichtenstein 'Drowning…'?

Answer: Girl

Question: Nighthawks was the most famous work by which artist?

Answer: Hopper

Question: Featured on US Postage Stamps 'Noire Et Blanche' (1926) is a work by whom?

Answer: Man Ray

Question: In which state was Andy Warhol born?

Answer: Pennsylvania

Question: Complete the title of a famous 1923 work by Le Corbusier 'Still life with many…..'?

Answer: Eyes

Question: The Turner Prize is awarded to artists under the age of….?

Answer: 50

Question: For The Love of God' is a famous 'Skull' work by which artist?

Answer: Damien Hirst

Question: Drowning Girl is one of the notable works of which 20th century artist?

Answer: Roy Lichtenstein

Question: Eugene Chevreul, more famous for his discovery of Margerine, was what style of painter?

Answer: Orphism

Question: Der Blinde (The Blind Man) is a notable work by which artist?

Answer: Gustav Klimt

Question: Complete the title of a notable Giorgio De Chirico work 'The Mystery and Melancholy of a ….'?

Answer: Street

Question: During which war was Dadaism started in Zurich, Switzerland?

Answer: World War I

Question: Guernica' is a 1937 work by which artist?

Answer: Pablo Picasso

Question: Complete the title of a famous Paul Klee work 'Viaducts Breaks…'?

Answer: Ranks

Question: What was the first name of the artist Matisse?

Answer: Henri

Question: El Lissitzky hailed from which nation?

Answer: Russia

Question: Close Chuck shot to fame with the 1976 work entitled….?

Answer: Linda

Question: Complete the title of a famous Max Ernst work '_____ in the Wilderness'?

Answer: Napoleon

Question: Emile Benoit were the middle names of which 20th Century artist?

Answer: Matisse

Question: Joan Miro was from which major European city?

Answer: Barcelona

Question: What nationality was Paula Modersohon Becker?

Answer: German

Question: Mardas Rouge or the Red Turba is a famous work by whom?

Answer: Matisse

Question: Complete the title of the Francis Bacon work which sold for $142 million. 'Three Studies of…'?

Answer: Lucian Freud

Question: Who painted the famous 'target' work 'Agbatana II'?

Answer: Frank Stella

Question: Fernand Leger belonged to which school of art?

Answer: Cubism

Question: Max Beckman's 'The Night' depicts which conflict?

Answer: World War One

Question: Which 20th century painter had the first name Umberto?

Answer: Boccioni

Question: Easter and The Totem is a major work by which 20th Century Artist?

Answer: Jackson Pollock

Question: Jean Dupas is most associated with what type of art?

Answer: Art Deco

Question: Complete the famous work by Edward Hopper '______ in a Small City'.

Answer: Office

Books Trivia

Books

Question: How many cups of tea did Miss Marple drink in all the novels she appears in?

Answer: 143

Question: Agatha Christie's character Hercule Poirot was from which country?

Answer: Belgium

Question: How many murders did Miss Marple solve?

Answer: 47

Question: In what year did Agatha Christie's play 'The Mousetrap' begin in theatres in London?

Answer: 1952

Question: What is the intended final destination of the train in 'Murder on the Orient Express'?

Answer: Paris

Question: What was the name of Hercule Poirot's sidekick in 'Death on the Nile'?

Answer: Colonel Race

Question: How many days did Agatha Christie once disappear for?

Answer: 11

Question: What is the name of the woman that Hercule Poirot became smitten with?

Answer: Vera Rossakoff

Question: The character Mrs. Minton features in which Agatha Christie book?

Answer: N or M?

Question: What was the name of the first play written by Agatha Christie?

Answer: Black Coffee

Question: How many detective novels did Agatha Christie write?

Answer: 66

Question: Which of these is a fictional detective created by Agatha Christie?

Answer: Harley Quin

Question: In what year did David Suchet first begin playing Agatha Christie's Poirot?

Answer: 1989

Question: Agatha Christie wrote romance novels under what name?

Answer: Mary Westmacott

Question: In which UK county was Agatha Christie born?

Answer: Devon

Question: Which Agatha Christie novel begins when a mystery game invented by Ariadne Oliver turns into a real murder?

Answer: Dead Man's Folly

Question: What was Agatha Christie's job during World War I?

Answer: Nurse

Question: Which of these is not a Miss Marple novel?

Answer: After the Funeral

Question: In what year did Agatha Christie once disappear?

Answer: 1926

Question: Which of these characters appeared in 'And Then There Were None'?

Answer: Emily Brent

Question: Which of these is not a Hercule Poirot novel?

Answer: Postern of Fate

Question: Which Agatha Christie book was also published as Thirteen at Dinner?

Answer: Lord Edgware Dies

Question: Which Agatha Christie novel features the character Mr. Blatt?

Answer: Evil Under the Sun

Question: What was Agatha Christie's first published novel?

Answer: The Mysterious Affair at Styles

Question: Which Hercule Poirot book is set at a girls' boarding school?

Answer: Cat Among the Pigeons

Question: Which of these is the name of a club of which Miss Marple is a member?

Answer: Tuesday Night Club

Question: Which Hercule Poirot book begins when Miss Lemon makes three typing mistakes in a letter?

Answer: Hickory Dickory Dock

Question: Which Agatha Christie book concerns a number of poison pen letters in a small village?

Answer: The Moving Finger

Question: Anne Frank's friend Hanneli Goslar went on to which occupation?

Answer: Nurse

Question: How many versions of Anne Frank's diary are there?

Answer: 3

Question: During the summer of 1943 Anne Frank eagerly recounts how which enemy country drops out of the war?

Answer: Italy

Question: How old was Margot Frank when she died?

Answer: 19

Question: Anne Frank Remembered' won an Academy Award for Best Documentary in what year?

Answer: 1996

Question: How many siblings did Anne Frank have?

Answer: 1

Question: In what month is Anne Frank believed to have died?

Answer: March

Question: What was the name of Anne Frank's father?

Answer: Otto

Question: Hanneli Goslar gave Anne Frank bread and what else while in Bergen-Belsen?

Answer: Socks

Question: In what year was Anne Frank's diary published?

Answer: 1947

Question: In what year was Anne Frank's mother born?

Answer: 1900

Question: Anne Frank died in which conflict?

Answer: WWII

Question: In what year did Anne Frank die?

Answer: 1945

Question: Anne Frank's sister Margot was good at what?

Answer: Math

Question: In what year was Anne Frank born?

Answer: 1929

Question: In what year did Anne Frank lose her German citizenship?

Answer: 1941

Question: The Bergen-Belsen concentration camp was liberated in which year?

Answer: 1945

Question: At what age did Anne Frank begin writing her diary?

Answer: 13

Question: How many employees knew of Anne Frank's group hiding?

Answer: 4

Question: In what year did Anne Frank's father die?

Answer: 1980

Question: Anne Frank was given a diary for which of her birthdays?

Answer: 13th

Question: In what language was Anne Frank's diary first published?

Answer: Dutch

Business & Tech Trivia

Business & Tech

Question: Which global positioning system arrived with the iPhone 4S?

Answer: GLONASS

Question: Which security slot was the first one on the MacBook?

Answer: Kensington

Question: The name Macintosh comes from a cultivator of what fruit?

Answer: Apple

Question: Phone calls can be made on an iPad using what?

Answer: VoIP

Question: What did Apple introduce in 2006 to help users install Windows XP and Vista onto their Macs?

Answer: Boot Camp

Question: Apple gave us which much anticipated product in 2010?

Answer: iPad

Question: What arrived in 2008?

Answer: App Store

Question: Which was the last product launch Steve Jobs attended before his death?

Answer: iCloud

Question: All iPad Minis have cameras of what MP?

Answer: 5

Question: What is the latest version of the Mac OS X?

Answer: Yosemite

Question: Who was the last person the Apple website homepage paid tribute to?

Answer: Robin Williams

Question: Users sent music to each others iPods via what?

Answer: Bluetooth

Question: Which of the following is a Mac accessory?

Answer: Magic Trackpad

Question: What is the symbol for EDGE on an iPhone status bar?

Answer: E

Question: How many models of iPad are currently in production?

Answer: 5

Question: Which singer/songwriter tried to sue Apple for trademark infringement?

Answer: Bob Dylan

Question: What action allows users to use non authorized apps and programs to be run on Apple devices?

Answer: Jailbreaking

Question: All iPad Minis have what kind of backlighting?

Answer: LED

Question: All iPad minis run on which iOS?

Answer: 8

Question: The first 3 generations of iPad had which connector?

Answer: 30 Pin

Question: Steve Jobs passed away in which year?

Answer: 2011

Question: What was Mike Markkula's pen name when he wrote programmes for Apple?

Answer: Johnny Appleseed

Question: Who the man affectionately known as Mr Apple?

Answer: Steve Jobs

Question: The first generation iPad had what size screen?

Answer: 9.7'

Question: LCD stands for what?

Answer: Liquid Crystal Display

Question: Which was the first iPhone to have a motion coprocessor?

Answer: 5S

Question: The rainbow Apple logo was replaced in which year?

Answer: 1999

Question: The Gyroscope offers stability when doing what with an Apple device?

Answer: Shooting a Video

Question: The iSight camera was first available in which gen ipod Touch?

Answer: 5th

Question: How old was Steve Jobs when he passed away in 2011?

Answer: 56

Question: Face Time first appeared on which iPhone?

Answer: 4

Question: The MacBook Pro arrived on the market in which year?

Answer: 2006

Question: The most expensive Apple store to build is where?

Answer: Manhattan

Question: The 'byte' out of the Apple logo is to prevent it being mistaken for which fruit?

Answer: Cherry Tomato

Question: The largest plant belonging to Foxxcon is in which country?

Answer: China

Question: The first iPad to have Touch ID is what?

Answer: Air 2

Question: What is needed to replace the battery in an iPod Nano?

Answer: Soldering Iron

Question: The iPod Touchhas which of the following?

Answer: Retina Display

Question: The latest form of iPhone SIM card is what?

Answer: Nano

Question: The ad for the first Macintosh computer was inspired by which classic novel?

Answer: 1984

Question: What is the oldest iPhone that will be compatible with the Apple Watch?

Answer: 5

Question: Designer Jonathan Ivehas appeared in the same style of what in every Apple presentation?

Answer: T Shirt

Question: The three founders of Apple had all originally worked where?

Answer: Atari

Question: How many day was there between the announcement of the iPad Mini 3 and its release?

Answer: 6

Question: the 1st gen iPod Mini had what memory capacity?

Answer: 4GB

Question: 60% of the batteries used in Apple products are made where?

Answer: Taiwan

Question: Which was the first iPhone to have an 8MP rear camera?

Answer: 4S

Question: The iconic 1984 Apple ad was shown during which major sporting event?

Answer: Super bowl

Question: A 2014 ad was for which of the following?

Answer: Beats Headphones

Question: 720p HD video on the rear camera was a feature of which iPhone?

Answer: 4

Cars Trivia

Cars

Question: What is the name for the rubber portion of your windscreen wipers?

Answer: Blades

Question: What is the name of the part which takes debris out of air?

Answer: Filter

Question: What is a cylinder head gasket made from?

Answer: Metal

Question: Where on a car would you find hubcaps?

Answer: Wheels

Question: Radiators pull what into the engine to help cooling?

Answer: Air

Question: If your car radiator is damaged, what could happen?

Answer: Overheating

Question: What is the name of the pipe which takes waste out of your engine?

Answer: Exhaust

Question: What is the function of a car radiator?

Answer: Cooling

Question: ABS refers to which function of the car?

Answer: Braking

Question: What is the name for the removable disc to cover a wheel?

Answer: Hubcap

Question: What shape is the wiring in the ignition system?

Answer: Coil

Question: Which car part reduces the bumps felt while driving your car?

Answer: Shock absorbers

Question: What presses against brake discs to stop your car?

Answer: Brake pads

Question: What is the name for the glass section sometimes found in the ceiling of a car?

Answer: Sunroof

Question: What component of a car provides electricity?

Answer: Battery

Question: What is the name of the joint which links steering and suspension?

Answer: Ball joint

Question: Tread is mentioned in reference to which part of a car?

Answer: Tyres

Question: Which part of the car charges up the battery as you drive?

Answer: Alternator

Question: What device in the engine keeps the coolant moving?

Answer: Water pump

Question: What is the name of the part which the brake pads fit on to?

Answer: Calliper

Question: What is also known as the parking brake?

Answer: Handbrake

Question: The ignition is controlled by tightening and loosening what?

Answer: Screw

Question: What is the name of the tool used to raise your car up to change a tyre?

Answer: Jack

Question: What material is the engine block made from?

Answer: Metal

Question: Engine coolant is a mixture of antifreeze and which other fluid?

Answer: Water

Question: TDI indicates that what has been added to a diesel engine?

Answer: Turbo

Question: The typical symbol for hazard warning lights on your dashboard is a red what?

Answer: Triangle

Question: What is the name to the part of the engine which reduces engine noise?

Answer: Muffler

Question: What does MOT stand for in the UK testing system?

Answer: Ministry of Transport

Question: What is the name of the metal rod which connects the wheels?

Answer: Axle

Question: Laws about wearing a seatbelt were introduced to the UK in which decade?

Answer: 1980s

Question: What color is the regisration plate on the front of a UK car?

Answer: White

Question: What do you usually turn in the ignition to start a car?

Answer: Key

Question: What is the name of the professional who takes dents out of bodywork?

Answer: Panel beater

Question: Which engine part turns engine force into rotating power?

Answer: Crankshaft

Question: The spark plugs are are linked to which sort of cap?

Answer: Distributor

Question: How many parts make up the average modern car?

Answer: 30,000

Question: When a clutch starts to fail, it is said to be doing what?

Answer: Slipping

Question: What is the word which completes the car part starting cylinder head?

Answer: Gasket

Question: If your car battery is flat, what sort of leads might you need?

Answer: Jump

Question: What type of wheel does the clutch bite onto?

Answer: Fly

Question: What is a car radiator filled with?

Answer: Antifreeze

Question: Halogen is most often associated with which part of a car?

Answer: Lights

Question: The flywheel is part of which system in the car engine?

Answer: Transmission

Question: Hybrid engines usually combine petrol or diesel with which other type of power?

Answer: Electricity

Question: What is the name of the structure attached to a car to absorb impact?

Answer: Bumper

Question: What is the name given to a tyre which bursts as you're driving?

Answer: Blow out

Question: Which dial tells you how fast you're going?

Answer: Speedometer

Question: The engine control unit is which part of the car?

Answer: Computer

Question: In the UK, car tax is based on the emissions of which gas?

Answer: Carbon dioxide

Decades Trivia

Decades

Question: In what year did The Good Wife first air?

Answer: 2009

Question: In what year did The Sopranos end its original run?

Answer: 2007

Question: In what year did the final episode of The West Wing air in the US?

Answer: 2006

Question: In what year did The Sopranos first air?

Answer: 1999

Question: How many seasons of My Super Sweet Sixteen were there?

Answer: 8

Question: Which show won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series in 2007, 2008 and 2009?

Answer: 30 Rock

Question: In what year did TV show 24 first air?

Answer: 2001

Question: Which show is the story of Selina Meyer aiming to become President?

Answer: Veep

Question: In what year did Orange is the New Black first air?

Answer: 2013

Question: In 1983, LeVar Burton began hosting what long-running PBS show that encouraged kids to read?

Answer: Reading Rainbow

Question: In what year did Mad Men first air?

Answer: 2007

Question: In what city was the original 24 set?

Answer: Los Angeles

Question: Who performs the opening theme for Orange Is the New Black?

Answer: Regina Spektor

Question: Which TV show won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Main Title Design in 2007?

Answer: Dexter

Question: Complete the name of this hit US TV show. The Good _____

Answer: Wife

Question: Who is the original presenter of 'America's Next Top Model'?

Answer: Tyra Banks

Question: In which city is Mad Men set?

Answer: New York

Question: Which blonde bombshell played the popular C. J. Parker on 'Baywatch', which began airing in 1989?

Answer: Pamela Anderson

Question: Quagmire is a main character in which show?

Answer: Family Guy

Question: From 1984 to 1990, Chuck Woolery hosted a game show based on what popular board game?

Answer: Scrabble

Question: Airwolf was a US TV show about what mode of transport?

Answer: Helipcopter

Question: In what US city is the show 'Dexter' set?

Answer: Miami

Question: What was the family name of the main characters in the Cosby Show which ran from 1984-1992?

Answer: The Huxtables

Question: Ray Romano wrote and starred in which sitcom?

Answer: Everybody Loves Raymond

Question: In 1992, where was the first MTV reality show 'The Real World' set?

Answer: New York

Question: Of these, which was a TV show which began in 1991?

Answer: Step By Step

Question: Which of these was a popular animated children's show from 1997?

Answer: Recess

Question: From 1994 to 1998, which TV show won Best Comedy at the Primetime Emmy Awards?

Answer: Fraiser

Question: Of these, which was a popular animated series which began in 1993?

Answer: Rocko's Modern Life

Question: In what decade is the TV show The Americans set?

Answer: 1980s

Question: A pair of poor flatmates is the storyline for which sitcom?

Answer: 2 Broke Girls

Question: Which sitcom is narrated by main female character Frankie Heck?

Answer: The Middle 

Question: In which year did the TV show Dallas first air in the US?

Answer: 1978

Question: In 2008, which sports star appeared on US TV show Sesame Street, introducing Elmo to the word persistence?

Answer: David Beckham

Question: Created in 1993, what were 'Power Rangers'?

Answer: TV Show Characters

Question: Who won the 2013 reality show The Biggest Loser?

Answer: Danni Allen

Question: Lena Dunham is the star of which US TV hit show?

Answer: Girls

Question: Of these, which was a popular children's show from 1996?

Answer: Arthur

Question: In which US state was The Sopranos set?

Answer: New Jersey

Question: In the 1990s TV show Doogie Howser, MD how old was Doogie when he graduated form Princeton University?

Answer: 14

Question: What was the name of the Lone Ranger's horse from 'The Lone Ranger' which ran from 1949-1954?

Answer: Silver

Question: In what year did House of Cards first air?

Answer: 2013

Question: Name the show featuring 3 college dropouts and their drug dealer?

Answer: Workaholics

Question: Which ABC news show was sued by the Food Lion franchise in the 1990s?

Answer: Primetime

Question: Who did TV show host and comedienne Ellen DeGeneres marry on August 16, 2008?

Answer: Portia de Rossi

Question: Finish the title of this popular children's show from 1996: 'Hey ____!'

Answer: Arnold

Question: Which artist sang the theme tune to the hit reality show My Super Sweet Sixteen?

Answer: Hilary Duff

Question: What was the second lowest amount that could be won on the U.S. Deal or No Deal in 2006?

Answer: $1.00

Question: Which show won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series in 2000?

Answer: The West Wing

Question: Who plays the lead role in the TV show House of Cards?

Answer: Kevin Spacey

Entertainment Trivia

Entertainment

Question: With whom did Lionel Richie co-write the '80s hit song for Africa, 'We Are the World'?

Answer: Michael Jackson

Question: Complete the '70s hit by Jim Gilstrap : 'Swing Your ...'

Answer: Daddy

Question: Whose breakthrough single was the 1994 hit, 'Loser'?

Answer: Beck

Question: Who had a hit in the '80s with the song 'Sacrifice'?

Answer: Elton John

Question: Tracy Chapman performed which kind of music in the '90s?

Answer: Blues Rock

Question: Which '70s group was originally called the N' Betweens?

Answer: Slade

Question: Which soul group released an album and single called 'Body Talk' in 1981?

Answer: Imagination

Question: Which rock group of the '70s was named after a school teacher that gave the band a hard time about their long hair?

Answer: Lynyrd Skynyrd

Question: Which member of Wham! went on to record a multi-platinum record in 1987?

Answer: George Michael

Question: Little Red Corvette' was a hit song for who in 1983?

Answer: Prince

Question: Complete the title of this popular '90s dance track: '____ is a Dancer'.

Answer: Rhythm

Question: Which song gave Roxy Music their only UK No. 1 hit in 1981?

Answer: Jealous Guy

Question: Regulators' was a hit for which rap artist in the '90s?

Answer: Warren G

Question: Who in 1972 announced that 'School's Out' in his hit song?

Answer: Alice Cooper

Question: Which singer was 'Still Crazy After All These Years' in 1975?

Answer: Paul Simon

Question: Which early '80s band was Belinda Carlisle a part of?

Answer: The Go-Go's

Question: Where did The Beatles famously play a concert in January 1969?

Answer: A roof

Question: Love is a Battlefield' was an '80s hit for which artist?

Answer: Pat Benatar

Question: Which female singer took 'Without You' into the '90s charts?

Answer: Mariah Carey

Question: What is the name of the leader singer of The Stooges?

Answer: Iggy Pop

Question: Which '70s No. 1 hit contains the line 'The silicon chip inside her head gets switched to overload'?

Answer: I Don't Like Mondays

Question: Mr. Wendal' was released by which band in the '90s?

Answer: Arrested Development

Question: Which '70s track starts 'A long, long time ago, I can still remember, how that music used to make me smile'?

Answer: American Pie

Question: Who in the 1989 charts claimed, 'We Didn't Start the Fire'?

Answer: Billy Joel

Question: Who had a 1993 hit with 'Creep'?

Answer: Radiohead

Question: Who sung 'To Sir With Love' and 'The Man with the Golden Gun'?

Answer: Lulu

Question: I Wanna Dance with Somebody' was a hit for which artist in the '80s?

Answer: Whitney Houston

Question: What band was sued by its drummer in 1999?

Answer: Oasis

Question: Who had a 1972 hit with 'Jackie Wilson Said'?

Answer: Van Morrison

Question: Of these, which is a music genre which gained prominence in the early '80s?

Answer: New Wave

Question: Which partnership wrote 'The Locomotion', a hit for Kylie Minogue in '88?

Answer: Goffin and King

Question: Complete the name of this Beastie Boys hit in 1986. 'Fight For Your _____'.

Answer: Right

Question: Which musician, who was prominent in the '60s, was nicknamed 'Thunderfingers'?

Answer: John Entwistle

Question: What was the title of Stiltskin's 1994 No. 1 hit?

Answer: Inside

Question: Name the act that topped the charts with the Rocky theme 'Eye of the Tiger'

Answer: Survivor

Question: Which member of The Rolling Stones was replaced in 1969?

Answer: Brian Jones

Question: Which of these was a hit album for Poison in 1988?

Answer: Every Rose Has It's Thorn

Question: What kind of 'Holiday' did 10cc take in the '70s?

Answer: Dreadlock

Question: Complete the name of this '80s band. 'Joan Jett & The _____'

Answer: Blackhearts

Question: Who changed his name to a symbol in the '90s?

Answer: Prince

Question: Who was the lead guitarist of the '60s band Cream?

Answer: Eric Clapton

Question: Which Irish pop band released the album 'The Joshua Tree' in 1987?

Answer: U2

Question: In 1999, Sheryl Crow took which Guns N' Roses song into the UK charts?

Answer: Sweet Child o' Mine

Question: Which of these was a '70s chart-topper for T. Rex?

Answer: Telegram Sam

Question: In the early '70s, who did Billy Griffin replace as the lead singer of a Motown band?

Answer: Smokey Robinson

Question: With whom did Bono of U2 sing the duet, 'I've Got You Under My Skin' in 1993?

Answer: Frank Sinatra

Question: How many 'Tribes' in Frankie Goes to Hollywood's '80s hit?

Answer: Two

Question: Which of these songs was sung by Janis Joplin?

Answer: Piece Of My Heart

Question: Which Mungo Jerry hit was covered by Shaggy in the '90s?

Answer: In the Summertime

Question: Who were 'Sky High' in 1975?

Answer: Jigsaw

Food & Drink Trivia

Food & Drink

Question: American style hash browns are made of what vegetable?

Answer: Potato

Question: Which of the following sandwiches contains corned beef?

Answer: Reuben

Question: A traditional Johnny Cake is baked in what?

Answer: Cast Iron Pan

Question: A Half-smoke hot dog is half what two types of meat?

Answer: Pork and Beef

Question: A Chicago style hot dog is made of what meat?

Answer: Beef

Question: A Dynamite Sandwich would more commonly be called a what?

Answer: Sloppy Joe

Question: An American Snickerdoodle is a type of what?

Answer: Cookie

Question: Fried Chicken is dipped in batter made of what prior to frying?

Answer: Flour

Question: Fried Cheese Curds were invented in which American State?

Answer: Wisconsin

Question: Chicken Fried Steak is also known as what?

Answer: Country Fried Steak

Question: A classic Banana Split dessert is topped with how many types of ice cream?

Answer: 3

Question: Which of the following is a popular dessert in the United States?

Answer: Baked Alaska

Question: Traditional Shoofly Pie does NOT contain which of the following ingredients?

Answer: Chocolate

Question: Hominy is a traditional native American food made from dried what?

Answer: Corn

Question: Beef on a Weck is what type of food?

Answer: Sandwich

Question: Southern American Comeback sauce is used for what?

Answer: dipping

Question: A Hawaiian Haystack is a combination of chicken, pineapple, tomatoes and other ingredients served over what?

Answer: Rice

Question: American green bean casserole is traditionally made with with what soup?

Answer: Cream of Mushroom

Question: A Traditional American Cuban sandwich contains what vegetable topping?

Answer: Pickles

Question: What serves as the sauce base for a Fruit Pizza?

Answer: Cream Cheese

Question: A Reuben sandwich contains what type of cheese?

Answer: Swiss

Question: Bourbon Balls are often covered in what?

Answer: Powdered Sugar

Question: What fruit is the most popular type added to muffins in the United States?

Answer: Blueberry

Question: A Buckeye candy is a wad of what covered in chocolate?

Answer: Peanut Butter

Question: Fortune cookies are served in American versions of what type of restaurant?

Answer: Chinese

Question: What sort of cracker is used to make a S'more dessert?

Answer: Graham

Question: The Elvis Sandwich did NOT contain which of the following items?

Answer: Sausage

Question: Hush Puppies are a ball of cornmeal dough that is then what?

Answer: Deep Fried

Question: A sandwich made with bread, turkey, cranberry sauce and cheese is called a what?

Answer: Pilgrim

Question: The American Dessert Ambrosia most resembles what?

Answer: Fruit Salad

Question: What type of Banana is used to make Banana Nut Bread

Answer: Overripe

Question: What fruit is included in a California sushi roll?

Answer: Avocado

Question: What state is the origin of the Mud Pie?

Answer: Mississippi

Question: When baking Peanut Butter Cookies, it is traditional to roll the dough into balls then make criss cross marks on them with what?

Answer: A fork

Question: Spare Ribs are cut from which animal?

Answer: Pig

Question: Which United States city has a type of cream pie named after it?

Answer: Boston

Question: Hawaiian Toast is an open faced sandwich that contains what fruit?

Answer: Pineapple

Question: An Apple Fritter is cooked by using what process?

Answer: Deep Frying

Question: Virginia country ham is prepared by salting, curing and finally doing what?

Answer: Smoking

Question: Which of the following vegetables is NOT included in what Louisianans call the Holy Trinity?

Answer: Radishes

Question: American Chop Suey is made with what type of sauce?

Answer: Tomato

Question: Detroit style pizza is what shape?

Answer: Rectangular

Question: American Raisin bread is often spiced with what?

Answer: Cinamon

Question: The most popular brand of cream cheese in the United States is named after what city?

Answer: Philadelphia

Question: Bananas foster is an American dessert that originated in which U.S. City?

Answer: New Orleans

Question: Native American traditionally sweetened their baked beans with what?

Answer: Maple Syrup

Question: Which of the following ingredients is NOT used in Traditional Chocolate Chip cookies?

Answer: Cornmeal

Question: Barbeque Spaghetti is a dish that contains what smoked meat?

Answer: Pork

Question: Little Caesars is a popular American fast food chain what serves primarily what type of food?

Answer: Pizza

Question: How is a traditional Michigan style hot dog cooked?

Answer: Steamed

General Knowledge Trivia

General Knowledge

Question: Orly airport serves which European city?

Answer: Paris

Question: Which word means a list of things you wish to achieve in your lifetime?

Answer: Bucket List

Question: 15th century painter Jan van Eyck was from which country?

Answer: Netherlands

Question: What is the single word title of the famous novel by Alex Haley?

Answer: Roots

Question: Norma Jean Mortenson was the birth name of which movie star?

Answer: Marilyn Monroe

Question: The popular pet bird budgerigars originate in which country?

Answer: Australia

Question: Voodoo beliefs originated in which Caribbean island nation?

Answer: Haiti

Question: Flamenco is a traditional dance style associated with which country?

Answer: Spain

Question: In the international radio alphabet, which word represents M?

Answer: Mike

Question: Rattlesnakes are native to which continent?

Answer: North America

Question: Which items would you find for sale in a draper's shop?

Answer: Cloth

Question: Earl Lloyd was the first African-American to play which sport professionally?

Answer: Basketball

Question: Smores are made with cookies and which other food?

Answer: Marshmallows

Question: The traditional Hindu festival of colors has which name?

Answer: Holi

Question: Which word means the same as not very often?

Answer: Rarely

Question: What nationality was the 'Lietutenant's Woman' in the title of a John Fowles novel?

Answer: French

Question: Cupid is the Roman equivalent of which Greek Dog?

Answer: Eros

Question: The Strait of Gibraltar divides Morocco from which country in mainland Europe?

Answer: Spain

Question: Uncle Sam is the personification of which country?

Answer: United States

Question: Queen Elizabeth II is linked with which breed of dog?

Answer: Corgi

Question: Galloway, Holstein, and Maine-Anjou are breeds of which farm animal?

Answer: Cow

Question: A phyllophobe is afraid of what?

Answer: Leaves

Question: Which medic has contractions in pregnancy named after him?

Answer: Braxton Hicks

Question: The US President is always inaugurated in which month of the year?

Answer: January

Question: If there's lots of potential, you are told that the world is your what?

Answer: Oyster

Question: Which word can come after baby, bridal, and meteor?

Answer: Shower

Question: What is a corncrake?

Answer: Bird

Question: On which continent did modern humans first evolve?

Answer: Africa

Question: The name of which dinosaur means 'double beam'?

Answer: Diplodocus

Question: Shinjuku railway station is a major transport hub in which world capital?

Answer: Tokyo

Question: Someone who is teetotal doesn't do what?

Answer: Drink Alcohol

Question: Lassi, a popular drink in India, is made from which product?

Answer: Yoghurt

Question: Papa John's is a fast-food chain serving which food?

Answer: Pizza

Question: Who was the main activist for women's suffrage in the US?

Answer: Susan B Anthony

Question: Which plant does latex usually come from?

Answer: Rubber

Question: What is a young kangaroo called?

Answer: Joey

Question: In which language does 'Konnichi Wa' mean hello?

Answer: Japanese

Question: Highland Games are a cultural tradition of which country?

Answer: Scotland

Question: In which building would you find clerks, ushers, and a jury?

Answer: Courthouse

Question: Six white kangaroos are said to pull Santa's sleigh in which country?

Answer: Australia

Question: If you follow instructions saying purl two, cast off, what are you doing?

Answer: Knitting

Question: The flowers on the St John's Wort are which color?

Answer: Yellow

Question: Who wrote 'Uncle Tom's Cabin'?

Answer: Harriet Beecher Stowe

Question: Madeira and the Azores are part of which European country?

Answer: Portugal

Question: Photophobia is extreme sensitivity to what?

Answer: Light

Question: Who wrote 'To Kill a Mockingbird'?

Answer: Harper Lee

Question: What is both the name of a Spanish dance, and a short jacket worn open at the front?

Answer: Bolero

Question: Katniss Everdeen is a character from which series of novels?

Answer: Hunger Games

Question: Halloween was traditionally a festival to mark the end of what?

Answer: Summer

Question: A decorative cord used as a Christmas decoration has which name?

Answer: Garland

Geography Trivia

Geography

Question: What color is the cross on the flag of Switzerland?

Answer: White

Question: 99 per cent of which country's population live in a valley or delta of the River Nile?

Answer: Egypt

Question: Which of these African countries is an island?

Answer: Madagascar

Question: Which party won the General Election in South Africa in 2009?

Answer: ANC

Question: Which of these is a range of mountains in North Africa?

Answer: Atlas Mountains

Question: What percentage of the African continent is covered by the Sahara Desert?

Answer: 25%

Question: Which of these cities is in Africa?

Answer: Cairo

Question: Of which North African country is Cairo the capital?

Answer: Egypt

Question: Which of these African countries is landlocked?

Answer: Ethiopia

Question: Of which African country as Joao Bernardo Vieira President?

Answer: Guinea-Bissau

Question: For most of the 20th century, what was Zimbabwe called?

Answer: Rhodesia

Question: Which North African city has a name which means 'white house' in Spanish?

Answer: Casablanca

Question: Dallas, Texas lies on the same line of latitude as which African city?

Answer: Tripoli

Question: Which of these features lies between Zambia and Zimbabwe?

Answer: Victoria Falls

Question: From which country did Algeria gain independence in 1962?

Answer: France

Question: The island of Madeira lies off the coast of which African country?

Answer: Morocco

Question: Which of the countries of Africa is first alphabetically?

Answer: Algeria

Question: Which of these was NOT a former name of an African country?

Answer: British Guinea

Question: In which African country were the Mau Mau once active?

Answer: Sudan

Question: The Kissi, the Meru and the Kikuyu are tribes in which African nation?

Answer: Kenya

Question: The state of Washington is a similar size to which African country?

Answer: Senegal

Question: The lowest point in Africa is Asal Lake - in which country can it be found?

Answer: Tunisia

Question: Which of these ancient civilizations was formed in Africa?

Answer: Egyptian

Question: The Paris-Dakar rally originally ended in Dakar which is the capital of where?

Answer: Senegal

Question: Nigeria has Africa's biggest population, which is second?

Answer: Ethiopia

Question: 1936 Olympics star Jesse Owens was from which country?

Answer: United States

Question: What is the name of the small country entirely surrounded by South Africa?

Answer: Lesotho

Question: Lake Volta lies in which African country?

Answer: Ghana

Question: Bamako is the capital of which African country?

Answer: Mali

Question: Which of these African countries is furthest east?

Answer: Ethiopia

Question: Which African city is overlooked by Table Mountain?

Answer: Cape Town

Question: Which of these African countries is a member of the Commonwealth?

Answer: Cameroon

Question: Which country was known as Nyasaland?

Answer: Malawi

Question: Which of these South African cities lies furthest east?

Answer: Durban

Question: Which is Africa's least densely populated country?

Answer: Western Sahara

Question: Which religion regards Africa as a spiritual state rather than a geographical place?

Answer: Rastafarianism

Question: Which of these African countries is furthest west?

Answer: Mali

Question: The ruins of ancient Carthage are found in the suburbs of which modern city?

Answer: Tunis

Question: The Dallol volcano is in which African country?

Answer: Ethiopia

Question: In which year did Nelson Mandela become President of South Africa?

Answer: 1994

Question: Which of these countries is on the African continent?

Answer: Egypt

Question: Freetown is the capital of which African country?

Answer: Sierra Leone

Question: Which of these African countries' coast lies on the Red Sea?

Answer: Sudan

Question: Which African country is not a monarchy?

Answer: Tunisia

Question: Which popular holiday destination lies off the coast of Western Sahara in Africa?

Answer: Canary Islands

Question: Which of these capital cities is in Africa?

Answer: Windhoek

Question: Which country was formerly known as South West Africa?

Answer: Namibia

Question: Which of these African countries is furthest north?

Answer: Egypt

Question: Which African country's name means 'free'?

Answer: Liberia

Question: What is the more common name for the island of Unguja which lies off the east coast of Africa?

Answer: Zanzibar

History Trivia

History

Question: Which Chinese dynasty ruled from 1644 until 1911?

Answer: Qing

Question: Who sculpted the famous Statue of David?

Answer: Michelangelo

Question: The Great 'what' of London occurred in 1666?

Answer: Fire

Question: The Portuguese empire had control of which of these countries?

Answer: Brazil

Question: The Shoguns ruled over which country?

Answer: Japan

Question: The monarchs of which country sent Christopher Columbus on his journeys?

Answer: Spain

Question: What was Queen Mary of England's nickname?

Answer: Bloody

Question: Mount Vesuvius erupted in which country in 1631?

Answer: Italy

Question: Emperor Jiajing ruled in which country?

Answer: China

Question: Akbar the Great ruled over which empire?

Answer: Mughal

Question: Hernán Cortés presented which bean to the Europeans after his conquests?

Answer: Cocoa

Question: Cuauhtémoc ruled in which continent?

Answer: South America

Question: The Salem witch trials of 1692 occurred in which US state?

Answer: Massachusetts

Question: René Descartes was from which country?

Answer: France

Question: Diamyo' was a noble rank in which country?

Answer: Japan

Question: In 1536, which Argentinean city was founded by Pedro de Mendoza?

Answer: Buenos Aires

Question: Akbar the Great ruled over which country?

Answer: India

Question: Albrecht II was the elected but never-crowned king of which country?

Answer: Germany

Question: Caravaggio was renowned for creating what?

Answer: Paintings

Question: Elizabeth I of England led the fight against which Armada?

Answer: Spanish

Question: What was Galileo Galilei best known for being?

Answer: Scientist

Question: The Aztecs were conquered by which European country?

Answer: Spain

Question: The Aztecs lived primarily in the region known as what today?

Answer: Mexico

Question: Francisco de Orellana explored which river, found in South America?

Answer: Amazon

Question: Which Henry was famous for his six wives?

Answer: VIII

Question: François II was the king of which European country?

Answer: France

Question: The Spanish mainly colonized which part of what would come to be the United States?

Answer: South

Question: Leonardo da Vinci painted what in c.1503-1506?

Answer: Mona Lisa

Question: Which country led the Mayflower to America?

Answer: England

Question: John Calvin, who founded Calvinism, was influential in which field?

Answer: Religion

Question: Which of Henry VIII's wives gave birth to Elizabeth I?

Answer: Anne Boleyn

Question: The Spanish Inquisition attempted to maintain the dominance of which religion?

Answer: Catholicism

Question: Sir Francis Bacon was an advocate of which 'method'?

Answer: Scientific

Question: England broke away from which Church in the 16th century?

Answer: Catholic

Question: The Samurai were warriors in which Asian country?

Answer: Japan

Question: The Tudors ruled in which European country?

Answer: England

Question: The Edict of Nantes took effect in which country?

Answer: France

Question: The House of Bourbon ruled over which European country?

Answer: France

Question: Louis XIV was known as the 'what' King?

Answer: Sun

Question: In which country were cuckoo clocks invented?

Answer: Germany

Question: What was New York's original name?

Answer: New Amsterdam

Question: What was El Greco NOT particularly famous for?

Answer: Literature

Question: 347 English settlers were killed in 1622 in which American city?

Answer: Jamestown

Question: What was John Milton of England famous for?

Answer: Writing

Question: Luís Vaz de Camões was a famous writer from which country?

Answer: Portugal

Question: The famous St. Peter's Basilica is located in which city?

Answer: Vatican

Question: Michelangelo was famously from which Italian city?

Answer: Florence

Question: The Kingdom of Cuzco was part of which ancient civilization?

Answer: Inca

Question: The House of Braganza ruled in which European country?

Answer: Portugal

Question: Portugal reached Macau, an island off the coast of which country, in 1513?

Answer: China

Lifestyle Trivia

Lifestyle

Question: What gift is traditionally exchanged by people in Iceland on 24th December?

Answer: Books

Question: Which vegetable is hung outside Greek houses at New Year to symbolise new life?

Answer: Onion

Question: What plant is traditionally kissed under during the festive period?

Answer: Mistletoe

Question: Grandfather Frost brings presents to children in which country?

Answer: Russia

Question: Lebkuchen, a spiced gingerbread cookie, is a winter treat from which country?

Answer: Germany

Question: San Fernando in which Asian country hosts a Giant Lantern Festival in December?

Answer: Philippines

Question: Many people in Japan eat which fast food on Christmas Day?

Answer: KFC

Question: Which red plant native to Mexico is associated with the festive season?

Answer: Poinsettia

Question: Tinsel was originally made from which metal?

Answer: Silver

Question: Italians believe that wearing which color of underwear on New Year's Eve will bring love in the year ahead?

Answer: Red

Question: In which country is it traditional to eat 12 grapes as the clock strikes on New Year's Eve?

Answer: Spain

Question: What is the name of the traditional festival celebrated by northern Europeans at the winter solstice?

Answer: Yule

Question: In what state would you find Frank Lloyd Wrights 'Falling Water'?

Answer: Pennsylvania

Question: Erike Gunnar Asplund was born in which country?

Answer: Sweden

Question: In what part of a building would you find the Architrave?

Answer: Roof

Question: Leon Battista Alberti was a prominent Architect in which century?

Answer: 15th

Question: In which country was Frank Gehry born?

Answer: Canada

Question: Chandigarh is an example of is an example of what architectural style?

Answer: Brutalism

Question: Which famous building is famously 'guarded' by ravens?

Answer: Tower of London

Question: Which of these cities lost about 85% of its buildings in WWII?

Answer: Warsaw

Question: In which city is the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Guggenheim Museum of Art?

Answer: New York

Question: What was the name of the architect who designed St Paul's Cathedral in London?

Answer: Christopher Wren

Question: What sort of building is the 'Duomo' in Florence?

Answer: Cathedral

Question: Zaha Hadid was born in which country?

Answer: Iraq

Question: Which of these was a Roman Order of Architecture?

Answer: Tuscan

Question: Hagia Sophia is an example of what architectural style?

Answer: Byzantine

Question: Which building in Berlin features a spectacular glass dome?

Answer: Reichstag

Question: Chevron moulding occurs in what shape?

Answer: Zig Zag

Question: Now famous for another reason, where was the first lighthouse situated on America's west coast?

Answer: Alcatraz

Question: Lincoln Cathedral is an example of what architectural style?

Answer: Gothic

Question: Which Cathedral was designed and built by William of Sens?

Answer: Canterbury

Question: Who was the architect of the Millennium Dome?

Answer: Rogers

Question: An Acanthus is a decorative implement in which style?

Answer: Leaf

Question: What is a Clerestory a row of?

Answer: Windows

Question: Which type of window generally projects for an upper storey supported by a bracket?

Answer: Oriel

Question: Sun-dried bricks made of clay are known as…..?

Answer: Adobe

Question: The bar dividing a window vertically is known as a…..?

Answer: Mullion

Question: In 2009, Chicago's Sears Tower, was renamed what?

Answer: Wills Tower

Question: In which city would you find the Cenotaph?

Answer: London

Question: Which statue was given by France to the United States to commemorate the centennial of US independence in 1876?

Answer: Taj Mahal

Question: Which of these English cathedrals is the tallest?

Answer: St.Paul's London

Question: Stonework pattern within a window is often referred to by what term?

Answer: Tracery

Question: The Bauhaus was founded by Walter Gropius in which century?

Answer: 20th

Question: Who was the author of the controversial Architecture Book 'Super City'?

Answer: Alsop

Question: In which century did Architect Robert Adam live?

Answer: 18th

Question: The Guggenheim Museum of Art was designed by whom?

Answer: Wright

Question: What did Edward I build in London to in 1291 in memory of his wife Elaine?

Answer: Charing Cross

Question: Thomas Archer designed which British Cathedral?

Answer: Birmingham

Question: The 40-story Chase Tower is the tallest building in which US city?

Answer: Phoenix

Question: The Bank of America Tower is the tallest building in which city?

Answer: Jacksonville

Math & Spelling Trivia

Math & Spelling

Question: Where are these cliffs known as the gateway to Britain which were the first sight of home for troops returning across the English Channel from the World Wars?

Answer: Dover

Question: This lighthouse is situated on the longest coastline in the world, which country is this?

Answer: Canada

Question: In which European city would you find the Eiffel Tower?

Answer: Paris

Question: This is the largest city in the state of Illinois, what is it?

Answer: Chicago

Question: This image highlights the biggest latitude, what is it called?

Answer: Equator

Question: Which Roman emperor built an enormous wall in 122 AD across the north east of England?

Answer: Hadrian

Question: This is Japan's capital city, what is it called?

Answer: Tokyo

Question: This is the largest lake in Africa, what is it called?

Answer: Lake Victoria

Question: What is the name of this structure that Greek soldiers hid inside to enter the city of Troy?

Answer: Trojan Horse

Question: Which playwright is well known for having his plays performed here?

Answer: William Shakespeare

Question: These are the Szechenyi thermal baths, in what city would you find them?

Answer: Budapest

Question: This is the tallest mountain in Great Britain, what is it called?

Answer: Ben Nevis

Question: I was burned at the stake by the English after leading the French army in a victory at Orléans, who am I?

Answer: Joan of Arc

Question: Which ship that claimed to be unsinkable sunk in 1912?

Answer: Titanic

Question: This is the longest river in Europe, what is it called?

Answer: Volga

Question: This is Scotland's capital city, what is it called?

Answer: Edinburgh

Question: The Santa Maria del Fiore church is in which Italian city?

Answer: Florence

Question: This is the largest city in Wales by population, what is it called?

Answer: Cardiff

Question: In what country would you find the Red Square?

Answer: Russia

Question: Which city is this, famous for it's university and punting?

Answer: Cambridge

Question: How many approximate days does it take our moon to orbit the earth?

Answer: 30

Question: Who was the first person to set foot on the moon?

Answer: Neil Armstrong

Question: This is the smallest country in Asia by population, which is it?

Answer: The Maldives

Question: In what year was York Minster completed?

Answer: 1472

Question: In what city is this Atomic Bomb Dome?

Answer: Hiroshima

Question: What is the name for Ancient Egyptian coffins?

Answer: Sarcophagus

Question: What is the name of this royal residence in the English county of Berkshire?

Answer: Windsor Castle

Question: In which city will you find the Parthenon?

Answer: Athens

Question: What is this landmark in America called?

Answer: Grand Canyon

Question: In which country is the city of Warsaw?

Answer: Poland

Question: This bird is often associated with delivering babies, what is it called?

Answer: Stork

Question: This country is the only country to have a coastline on both the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf, which is it?

Answer: Saudi Arabia

Question: What is the name of the river that flows through London?

Answer: Thames

Question: Also called the 'Rose City', in what country would you find Petra?

Answer: Jordan

Question: This is one of the Seven Wonders of the World in Peru, what is it called?

Answer: Machu Picchu

Question: I was an Italian explorer who is known as 'the man who discovered America', who am I?

Answer: Christopher Columbus

Question: This river flows through the rainforest in Brazil, what is it called?

Answer: Amazon

Question: In which city would you find this Christ Redeemer statue?

Answer: Rio De Janerio

Question: The Sphinx and Pyramids can be found near which city?

Answer: Cairo

Question: What is the name of this historical site located in Somerset?

Answer: Glastonbury Tor

Question: What is the London residence of the British prime minister?

Answer: 10 Downing Street

Question: This type of train invented in the Victoria era is what type of train?

Answer: Steam

Question: I am best known for inventing the process of pasteurisation, what is my name?

Answer: Louis Pasteur

Question: In which country would you find fjords?

Answer: Norway

Question: Which force stops a ball from rolling on the ground forever?

Answer: Friction

Question: This is the Palace of Parliament in which European city?

Answer: Bucharest

Question: The River Tyne flows through which British city?

Answer: Newcastle

Question: This country has pyramids older than Egypt, which country is it?

Answer: Sudan

Question: These women were part of the fight for women's rights, what are they called?

Answer: Suffragettes

Question: The Las Ventas Bullring is in which city?

Answer: Madrid

Movies Trivia

Movies

Question: 1951 movie Quo Vadis was set in which ancient civilisation?

Answer: Roman

Question: 12 Angry Men is about a trial for which crime?

Answer: Murder

Question: What type of movie was Invasion of the Body Snatchers?

Answer: Sci-Fi

Question: The Day The Earth Stood Still was which type of movie?

Answer: Sci-Fi

Question: The African Queen is which type of transport?

Answer: Boat

Question: What is Bette Davis' real first name?

Answer: Ruth

Question: Which 1956 movie with Bing Crosby was Grace Kelly's last before she became a Princess?

Answer: High Society

Question: What character does Burt Lancaster play in Gunfight at the OK Corral?

Answer: Wyatt Earp

Question: Who was told to beware in the title of the 1952 movie?

Answer: Sailor

Question: Gentlemen prefer what, according to the 1953 movie?

Answer: Blondes

Question: 1950 movie King Solomon's Mines is set in which continent?

Answer: Africa

Question: Who plays opposite Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday?

Answer: Gregory Peck

Question: The movie Sayonara is set in which country?

Answer: Japan

Question: Where is 1953 movie Stalag 17 set?

Answer: Prison Camp

Question: What part of the Pacific featured in the 1958 musical movie?

Answer: South

Question: What sports star did Marilyn Monroe marry in 1954?

Answer: Joe Di Maggio

Question: What word completes the title of the Elvis movie, Love Me?

Answer: Tender

Question: 1954 action movie Vera Cruz is set in which country?

Answer: Mexico

Question: John Wayne is most associated with which type of films?

Answer: Westerns

Question: Troops from which country are running the camp in Bridge on the River Kwai?

Answer: Japan

Question: In 1954 the Hitchcock movie said to dial which letter for murder?

Answer: M

Question: Who starred in Pillow Talk with Rock Hudson?

Answer: Doris Day

Question: The 1959 movie was called Anatomy of a what?

Answer: Murder

Question: Where was the gunfight in the 1957 movie?

Answer: OK Corral

Question: Who played Sabrina Fairchild in the 1954 movie?

Answer: Audrey Hepburn

Question: Charlton Heston plays which Biblical character in The 10 Commandments?

Answer: Moses

Question: Bridge on the River Kwai is set during which conflict?

Answer: World War 2

Question: What word goes between Strategic and Command in the 1955 movie?

Answer: Air

Question: Who plays opposite Humphrey Bogart in The Barefoot Contessa?

Answer: Ava Gardner

Question: How many years' itch was Marilyn Monrose suffering in 1955?

Answer: 7

Question: What food are Lady and the Tramp eating in the 1955 Disney movie?

Answer: Spaghetti

Question: Brigitte Bardot was a 50s movie star from which country?

Answer: France

Question: Who plays Clint Reno in Love Me Tender?

Answer: Elvis Presley

Question: Movie star Grace Kelly became Princess of which state in 1956?

Answer: Monaco

Question: Who plays Victor Frankenstein in the 1957 movie?

Answer: Peter Cushing

Question: In the 1957 movie, David Niven went around the world in how many days?

Answer: 80

Question: Mister Roberts is set on which type of transport?

Answer: Ship

Question: What is the name of the Mister in the 1955 movie starring Henry Fonda?

Answer: Roberts

Question: What is the setting for 1956 movie Trapeze?

Answer: Circus

Question: How did actor James Dean die in 1955?

Answer: Car crash

Question: Demetrius and the Gladiators is set in which ancient city?

Answer: Rome

Question: What type of movie was Annie Get Your Gun?

Answer: Musical

Question: 1959 movie The mommy is set in which century?

Answer: 19th

Question: What type of movie is Carousel, released in 1956?

Answer: Musical

Question: What is the name of Judy Garland's character in A Star Is Born?

Answer: Esther

Question: From Here to Eternity is set in which part of the US?

Answer: Hawaii

Question: Sky Masterson and Sarah Brown are characters in whicj 50s musical?

Answer: Guys and Dolls

Question: A 1954 movie took viewers how many leagues under the sea?

Answer: 20,000

Question: What is the first name of the main character in A Streetcar Named Desire?

Answer: Blanche

Question: Who was the highest earning male film star in 1950?

Answer: John Wayne

Music Trivia

Music

Question: What was the first name of Chuck Willis?

Answer: Harold

Question: Who scored a 1957 hit with CC Rider?

Answer: Chuck Willis

Question: Fever was originally a 1956 hit for whom?

Answer: Little Willie John

Question: Which group had a hit with Courtroom Blues?

Answer: The Robins

Question: Percy Faith hailed from which country?

Answer: Canada

Question: Who backed Huey 'Piano' Smith?

Answer: The Clowns

Question: How old was Eddie Cochran when he died?

Answer: 21

Question: Richard Penniman was better known as…?

Answer: Little Richard

Question: Les Paul was a 1950s pioneer of which instrument?

Answer: Guitar

Question: Which singer was born Antoinette Ardizzone?

Answer: Toni Arden

Question: Which of these was a charting song for Vera Lynn?

Answer: My Son My Son

Question: Who had a 1950s hit with ''Kiss of Fire?

Answer: Toni Arden

Question: Little Richard released Tutti Frutti in which year?

Answer: 1955

Question: Which of these singers passed away in 2013?

Answer: Patti Page

Question: Which band were originally known as The Sentimental Four?

Answer: The Five Keys

Question: Mambo Boogie was a breakthrough record for whom?

Answer: Johnny Otis

Question: Who was often billed as Mr Excitement?

Answer: Jackie Wilson

Question: Old Leather Lungs was a nickname given to which artist?

Answer: Frankie Lane

Question: Eddy Howard topped the charts in 1951 with which song?

Answer: Sin

Question: How was Lloyd Price better known?

Answer: Mr Personality

Question: Which of these is a nickname often given to Frankie Lane?

Answer: Mr Steel Tonsils

Question: Yes Indeed was a hit 1950s album by whom?

Answer: Ray Charles

Question: Who had a hit in 1956 with 'Roll over Beethoven'?

Answer: Chuck Berry

Question: Complete the title of The Platters Number 1 'The Great…'?

Answer: Pretender

Question: What nickname was given to Roy Orbison?

Answer: The Big R

Question: Which girls name featured in several hits for Hank Ballad?

Answer: Annie

Question: In what year did 'Heartbreak Hotel' reach Number 1?

Answer: 1956

Question: Who began his career as a songwriter for Connie Francis?

Answer: Bobby Darin

Question: Please Send Me Someone To Love was a major hit for…?

Answer: Percy Mayfield

Question: Crazy Arms was a breakthrough hit for whom?

Answer: Jerry Lee Lewis

Question: Terry 'Buzzy' Johnson was a member of which group?

Answer: The Flamingos

Question: Who had a smash hit in 1958 with 'Rumble'?

Answer: Link Wray

Question: Jerry Lee Lewis was often found playing what instrument?

Answer: Piano

Question: Harry was the real first name of which 1950s star?

Answer: Bing Crosby

Question: Whose first hit was 'Money Honey'?

Answer: The Drifters

Question: What country musician sang the song 'Waterloo' in the 1950s?

Answer: Stonewall Jackson

Question: What were the names of the Everley Brothers?

Answer: Don and Phil

Question: Who had hits with Short Fat Fannie and Bony Moronie?

Answer: Larry Williams

Question: Harvey Fuqua and Bobby Lester were members of which group?

Answer: The Moonglows

Question: Duane Eddy was noted for playing which instrument?

Answer: Guitar

Question: Which act had a No.1 hit with 'Cry'?

Answer: Johnny Ray and The Four Lads

Question: Who had a hit in the 1950s with 'See You Later Alligator'?

Answer: Bill Haley

Question: Who had a major hit with 'The Shrine of St Cecilia'?

Answer: The Harp Tones

Question: Mae was the middle name of which singer?

Answer: Eartha Kitt

Question: Which of these was a nickname often given to Etta James?

Answer: Miss Peaches

Question: Which singer played Catwoman in the Batman TV series?

Answer: Eartha Kitt

Question: Antoine was the first name of which singer?

Answer: Fats Domino

Question: Which of these was the name of a successful 1950s group?

Answer: The Del Vikings

Question: Which band backed Billy Ward?

Answer: The Dominoes

Question: High School Confidential was a hit penned by whom?

Answer: Jerry Lee Lewis

Other Trivia

Other

Question: What is Elon Musk's estimated net worth as of October 27, 2022?

Answer: $210 billion

Question: What did Elon Musk do in the 1990s?

Answer: He started an internet business called Zip

Question: What did the internet business that Elon Musk started in the 1990s help newspapers do?

Answer: Go online

Question: What is one title that Elon Musk has?

Answer: Business Magnate

Question: What is one thing that Elon Musk is the president of?

Answer: Musk Foundation

Question: What is one thing that Elon Musk is the owner and CEO of?

Answer: Twitter, Inc..

Question: When did eBay bought PayPal?

Answer: 2002

Question: What is SpaceX?

Answer: An aerospace manufacturer and space transport services company

Question: What is the Falcon Heavy?

Answer: A spacecraft

Question: What is the Musk Foundation?

Answer: A foundation that donates to scientific research and education

Question: What is the name of Elon Musk's younger brother?

Answer: Kimbal Musk

Question: What was Elon Musk's father's occupation?

Answer: Electromechanical engineer

Question: How many siblings does Elon Musk have?

Answer: Two

Question: How many internships did Elon Musk have in Silicon Valley?

Answer: Two

Question: What is Elon Musk's birth date?

Answer: June 28, 1971

Question: Where was Elon Musk born?

Answer: Pretoria, South Africa

Question: What is Elon Musk's ancestry?

Answer: British and Pennsylvania Dutch

Question: What is Elon Musk's mother's profession?

Answer: Dietitian

Question: What was Elon Musk's family's economic status during his youth?

Answer: Wealthy

Question: Which parent did Elon Musk live with after his parents divorced?

Answer: with his father

Question: When did Elon Musk develop an interest in computing and video games?

Answer: in his youth

Question: What was the name of the web software company that Musk co-founded in 1995?

Answer: Zip2

Question: Who is the president of the Musk Foundation?

Answer: Elon Musk

Question: What was Elon Musk's first internship in Silicon Valley? Choices

Answer: Pinnacle Research Institute

Question: What was Elon Musk's PhD program in?

Answer: Materials science

Question: What did Elon Musk do instead of completing his PhD?

Answer: He founded Zip2

Question: When was Zip2 acquired by Compaq?

Answer: 1999

Question: Which two newspapers did Zip2 eventually obtain contracts with?

Answer: The Chicago Tribune and the New York Times

Question: What is X.com

Answer: an online financial services and e-mail payment company

Question: What was the first rocket launched by SpaceX?

Answer: The Falcon 1

Question: What was the goal of SpaceX when it was founded by Elon Musk?

Answer: To develop rockets that could send payloads to space at an affordable price

Question: What was the first launch attempt by SpaceX?

Answer: In 2006

Question: What was the first spacecraft launched by SpaceX?

Answer: The Dragon

Question: What year did the first SpaceX spacecraft dock with the ISS?

Answer: In 2012

Question: What has allowed SpaceX to receive contracts from NASA?

Answer: Its success in launching payloads into space

Question: What is SpaceX?

Answer: A company founded by Elon Musk with the goal of developing affordable rockets that could send payloads to space

Question: What is the Starlink constellation?

Answer: a satellite internet constellation operated by SpaceX

Question: What is one way Elon Musk plans on providing low-cost internet access to the masses?

Answer: With the help of micro-satellites

Question: In 2016, Musk founded another company, dedicated to providing tunnels for transportation. What is this company called?

Answer: The Boring Company

Question: Aged 17, Musk left his homeland and moved to Canada. This saved him from what?

Answer: National service

Question: Aged 12, Musk sold his first computer program for $500. It was a video game called what?

Answer: Blastar

Question: In 2004 Musk became the owner of a company which makes electric cars. It is named after which historical inventor?

Answer: Nikola Tesla

Question: n 1999 Musk bought himself a _______, for $3.5 million?

Answer: A racing car

Question: Which company is the source of most of Elon Musk's net worth?

Answer: Tesla

Question: What was Elon Musk's net worth as per Forbes' 2021 World's Billionaires List?

Answer: $151 Billion

Question: When did the US SEC sue Elon Musk over his claim he was taking Tesla private?

Answer: 2018

Question: What month did the acquisition of Twitter by Musk close?

Answer: October

Question: What TV show did Musk appear as a guest on in 2015?

Answer: The Simpsons

Question: What is one of the things that SpaceX manufactures?

Answer: Advanced rockets

Question: What is the industry that Musk is an important figure in?

Answer: The space industry

Politics Trivia

Politics

Question: Who became leader of the Labour Party in April 2020?

Answer: Keir Starmer

Question: What is the first name of prominent UK politician Mr Rees-Mogg?

Answer: Jacob

Question: The remains of Francisco Franco, former leader of which country, were moved and reburied in October 2019?

Answer: Spain

Question: What type of weather caused serious issues in South Wales and Yorkshire in February 2020?

Answer: Rain

Question: Which part of Australia was seriously affected by bush fires in early November 2019?

Answer: New South Wales

Question: India and which other country both claim the territory of Kashmir?

Answer: Pakistan

Question: Ramadan, a holy month in which religion, started on 23rd April 2020?

Answer: Islam

Question: Which band announced in December 2019 that former member John Frusciante was rejoining?

Answer: Red Hot Chilli Peppers

Question: What nationality is Malala Yousafzai, 2014 Nobel Peace Prize winner?

Answer: Pakistani

Question: Leo Varadkar, leader of which country, was involved in Brexit negotiations in October 2019?

Answer: Ireland

Question: Which newspaper was bought by a former KGB spy for £1 in 2009?

Answer: London Evening Standard

Question: Virgin's airline in which country collapsed in April 2020?

Answer: Australia

Question: Which position does Rishi Sunak hold in Boris Johnson's cabinet?

Answer: Chancellor

Question: Which Italian singer livestreamed a concert from Milan cathedral on Easter Sunday?

Answer: Andrea Bocelli

Question: Donald Trump was caught up in controversy over a phone call to the leader of which country?

Answer: Ukraine

Question: What was the name of Bernie Ecclestone's daughter whose London mansion was burgled in December 2019?

Answer: Tamara

Question: As at August 2015, how many registered users did Twitter have?

Answer: 500 million

Question: What was the first name of Spanish artist Dali?

Answer: Salvador

Question: What year was the U.S. Embassy in Beirut bombed?

Answer: 1983

Question: Which member of the Royal Family came under pressure over his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein?

Answer: Prince Andrew

Question: What comes before Ashley in the name of a British brand which went into liquidation in March 2020?

Answer: Laura

Question: President Carter signed legislation creating the US Department of what in 1977?

Answer: Energy

Question: Which country won the 2019 FIFA women's world cup?

Answer: United States

Question: What was the selling price of the Apple iPhone SE when launched in April 2020?

Answer: £419

Question: Who was the star of March 2020 Netflix hit 'Spenser Confidential'?

Answer: Mark Wahlberg

Question: What did Prince Harry and Meghan Markle call their first child?

Answer: Archie

Question: Taoiseach is the name given to the head of the government of which country?

Answer: Republic of Ireland

Question: After unrest in Chile, the 2019 UN Climate Change Conference was moved to which European capital?

Answer: Madrid

Question: Who won Time Person of the Year for 2013?

Answer: Pope Francis

Question: Which company announced the release of the Stadia gaming system for winter 2019?

Answer: Google

Question: Eliud Kipchoge became the first person to run a marathon in less than 2 hours in which city in October 2019?

Answer: Vienna

Question: At the end of October 2019, the EU agreed to extend Brexit to which month in 2020?

Answer: January

Question: Alphabet Inc was created as a holding company by which brand in 2015?

Answer: Google

Question: Who was the defeated Presidential candidate in the 1900 US election?

Answer: William Jennings Bryan

Question: Tata, a company in which sector, approached the government for financial help in April 2020?

Answer: Steel

Question: Filming began on movie 'The Batman' in which UK city in February 2020?

Answer: Glasgow

Question: Approximately what percentage of all the water on Earth is fresh water?

Answer: 0.03

Question: Crown Princess Mary of Denmark comes from which country?

Answer: Australia

Question: What was the name of the UK Labour leader who suffered losses in the 2019 General Election?

Answer: Jeremy Corbyn

Question: Sanna Martin became the world's youngest leader as Prime Minister of which country?

Answer: Finland

Question: The USS Cole was moored in which country when attacked by Al-Qaeda in 2000?

Answer: Yemen

Question: What is the name of Queen Elizabeth's oldest son?

Answer: Charles

Question: In what year was Queen Elizabeth II's coronation?

Answer: 1953

Question: The Mediterranean island of Lampedusa, arrival point for many immigrants, belongs to which country?

Answer: Italy

Question: Arthur Flegenheimer became notorious under which name?

Answer: Dutch Schulz

Question: Where did Prince Andrew go on an exchange programme while at secondary school?

Answer: Canada

Question: Who won the 93rd Miss America contest in September 2013?

Answer: Nina Davuluri

Question: In what year did the then Princess Elizabeth marry Prince Philip?

Answer: 1947

Question: In which year was Presidential hopeful Joe Biden born?

Answer: 1942

Question: Can we talk?' is a catchphrase associated with which of these?

Answer: Joan Rivers

Science Trivia

Science

Question: What is grown in an orchard?

Answer: Fruit trees

Question: How many times a day are cows milked?

Answer: Two

Question: Which crop failure caused a famine in Ireland between 1846 and 1851?

Answer: Potato

Question: What effect does adding 'lime' have on soil?

Answer: Neutralises acid

Question: Which vegetable can be broad or butter amongst other varieties?

Answer: Bean

Question: Which of these is a major crop of both India and China?

Answer: Tea

Question: Which of these wild flowers is particularly beneficial for farmers in restoring nitrogen content to the soil?

Answer: Clover

Question: What is silage used for?

Answer: Cattle Feed

Question: Which farm animal is an omnivore?

Answer: Pig

Question: The failure of which crop caused Ireland's Great Famine in the 19th century?

Answer: Potato

Question: What month does the sheep shearing season begin?

Answer: June

Question: Which of these is a dark gray slug which is a serious crop pest?

Answer: Budapest slug

Question: If cattle have been 'polled', what has happened to them?

Answer: Horns removed

Question: Which animals do dairy farmers keep?

Answer: Cattle

Question: Who invented the seed drill in 1701?

Answer: Jethro Tull

Question: The ancient Mesopotamians linked their farming activities to the movements of which planet?

Answer: Venus

Question: Which of these farm animals' young is called a kid?

Answer: Goat

Question: What kind of animal does bacon come from?

Answer: Pig

Question: The Irish Famine was a result of the failure of which crop?

Answer: Potato

Question: What is the world's most cultivated plant?

Answer: Wheat

Question: If your soil has a pH of 4, what color are your hydrangea flowers most likely to be?

Answer: Blue

Question: Which of these is a dark grey slug which is a serious crop pest?

Answer: Budapest slug

Question: Which of these common flowers is grown as a crop to produce cooking oil?

Answer: Sunflower

Question: What machine does a farmer use first in the year?

Answer: Plough

Question: Which cereal crop is the main staple of the Chinese diet?

Answer: Rice

Question: Which of these is a cereal crop?

Answer: Corn

Question: Which of these pigs is bred for both its bacon and its pork?

Answer: Hampshire

Question: Since the 1950s, how much has world crop production increased by?

Answer: x 3

Question: Which English agriculturist is best known for his invention of the seed drill in 1701?

Answer: Jethro Tull

Question: Which of these is a farm-hand?

Answer: Spalpeen

Question: Paddy fields are synonymous with the cultivation of which crop?

Answer: Rice

Question: How was the agricultural blight of the 1930s in the USA known?

Answer: Dust Bowl

Question: Which of these is NOT a root vegetable?

Answer: Shallot

Question: What aid to farmers did William Murchland invent in 1889?

Answer: Milking Machine

Question: Which of these European countries is NOT a major producer of wine?

Answer: Austria

Question: What is the bright yellow crop you see in the countryside during May?

Answer: Rapeseed

Question: Which of these sheep is bred for both its wool and its meat?

Answer: Lonk

Question: What is the blue crop you see in the countryside during May?

Answer: Linseed

Question: Einstein landed a job as an inspector in what sort of office in 1903?

Answer: Patent Office

Question: Einstein was still working on which theory up to his death?

Answer: Unified Field

Question: Who is often wrongly given credit for helping develop the theory of relativity?

Answer: Mileva Einstein

Question: in 1914, Einstein moved to the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Physics in which German city?

Answer: Berlin

Question: Einstein started work in 1903 at the Swiss Patent Office in which city?

Answer: Bern

Question: In Einstein's most famous equation E=mc2, what does M stand for?

Answer: Mass

Question: Which famous British scientist won the Albert Einstein Award in 1978?

Answer: Stephen Hawking

Question: Einstein was visiting his family in which country when he wrote his first paper on ether and magnetic fields?

Answer: Italy

Question: A New Determination of Molecular Dimensions' was Einstein's work for what?

Answer: His Phd

Question: In which year were Einstein's books publically burned by the German Nazis?

Answer: 1933

Question: Complete the Einstein quote: 'Insanity: doing the same thing over and over and …'

Answer: Expecting Different Results

Question: In Einstein's most famous equation E=mc2, what does E stand for?

Answer: Energy

Sports Trivia

Sports

Question: Which English club began the 2012-13 UEFA Champions League season as title holders?

Answer: Chelsea

Question: How many UEFA Champions League winners medals did Nicky Butt win?

Answer: 1

Question: Which of these teams did not participate in the Champions League between 2009-210 and 2013-14?

Answer: Skonto

Question: Which team represented Scotland in the 1958-59 European Cup?

Answer: Hearts

Question: Against which team did Claudio Susler score 5 goals in the first round of the 1978-79 European Cup?

Answer: Valleta

Question: How many matches were played in the 1986-1987 European Cup?

Answer: 57

Question: Which team did Dinamo Zagreb beat 5-0 away in the 2nd qualifying round?

Answer: Fola Esch

Question: Who scored an own goal against Bayern Munich in the 98-99 Quarter Final?

Answer: Uwe Rösler

Question: Eden Hazard played in the 2013-14 UEFA Champions League for Chelsea, but what is his nationality?

Answer: Belgian

Question: Which of these teams did not participate in the Champions League between 2009-210 and 2013-14?

Answer: Varder Skopje

Question: Who scored a hat-trick for Barcelona against Celtic?

Answer: Neymar

Question: Who was the top goal scorer in the Champions League for Real Madrid in 1999-2000?

Answer: Raul

Question: Which of these teams did not participate in the Champions League between 2009-210 and 2013-14?

Answer: FC St Gallen

Question: How many points did Manchester City earn from their three away games in the group stages?

Answer: 9

Question: Which Swedish player led Feyenoord in scoring with 7 goals in the 1969-70 European Cup?

Answer: Ove Kindval

Question: Which cycling team is Tom Dumoulin a member of?

Answer: Team Sunweb

Question: Who scored the only goal in the 1983 Final between Juventus and Hamburg?

Answer: Felix Magath

Question: Anton Geesink helped popularise which sport in the Netherlands?

Answer: Judo

Question: For which club did Salomon Kalou play in the 2012-13 Champions League?

Answer: Lille

Question: For which club did Jesús Navas play in the 2009-10 UEFA Champions League?

Answer: Sevilla

Question: In the 2009-10 Champions League which was the only Group A team not to lose during the Group stage?

Answer: Bordeaux

Question: At which Spanish side did Ruud van Nistelrooy finish his playing career?

Answer: Malaga

Question: How many straight European Cup titles were won by Real Madrid after the competition was founded?

Answer: 5

Question: Which team won the European Cup unbeaten in 1980-1981?

Answer: Liverpool

Question: When did Manchester United win the treble, memorably coming back from a goal down in the UEFA Champions League Final?

Answer: 1999

Question: Which country beat the women's Netherlands hockey team to the gold in Rio in 2016?

Answer: Great Britain

Question: Who scored the winning goal for Bayern Munich in their 1-0 win at Viktoria Plzeň?

Answer: Mario Mandzukic

Question: Which team defeated Real Madrid 3-0 in the second leg of the 1955-56 quarter-finals?

Answer: Partizan

Question: How many Champions League Winners / European Cup Winners Medals did Carlos Tévez win?

Answer: 1

Question: Peter Aerts is a famous name in which sport?

Answer: Kick Boxing

Question: Which country was not represented in the 1973-74 European Cup quarter-finals?

Answer: Greece

Question: How many East European teams withdrew from the first round of the 1968-69 European Cup?

Answer: 5

Question: Which goalkeeper won two European Cup titles with Nottingham Forest?

Answer: Peter Shilton

Question: Dennis Bergkamp played for which English football club from 1995 to 2006?

Answer: Arsenal

Question: Which of these teams has never reached the UEFA Champions League Final?

Answer: Bordeaux

Question: Between 2007-2009 which team went a record 25 games unbeaten in the Champions League?

Answer: Manchester United

Question: How many goals did Viktoria Plzeň score in their three home games in the group stages?

Answer: 2

Question: Jessica Blaszka competes in which sport?

Answer: Wrestling

Question: Lukas Podolski played in the 2013-14 Champions League for Premier League side Arsenal, but what is his nationality?

Answer: Germany

Question: Brøndby, who have played in the UEFA Champions League, come from which country?

Answer: Denmark

Question: What was the name of the manager who won the European cup in 1981?

Answer: Bob Paisley

Question: Which Dutch footballer famously wore goggles after being diagnosed with glaucoma?

Answer: Edgar Davids

Question: In 2017, Frank de Boer was sacked as manager of which English club after just 5 games?

Answer: Crystal Palace

Question: Which one of these teams did not qualify for the 2012-13 UEFA Champions League?

Answer: Werder Bremen

Question: The 1999 UEFA Champions League Final, who partnered Andy Cole?

Answer: Dwight Yorke

Question: How many goals were scored in the 1986/1987 European Cup season?

Answer: 163

Question: What is the name of Frank de Boer's twin brother, also a famous footballer?

Answer: Ronald

Question: Which of the following DID NOT miss his penalty in the 2005 Final for Milan?

Answer: Kaka

Question: Twan van Gendt represents the Netherlands in which sport?

Answer: BMX

Question: Which Scottish team played in the 1998-99 First Qualifying Round?

Answer: Celtic

Television Trivia

Television

Question: In 'The Big Bang Theory', which character knows how to do magic tricks?

Answer: Howard

Question: According to the 'Big Bang Theory' theme, who developed tools?

Answer: Neanderthals

Question: Along with Sheldon, which other 'Big bang Theory' character wins the Nobel Prize?

Answer: Amy

Question: At the end of season 12 of 'The Big Bang Theory', who makes a prank call to Sheldon about the Nobel Prize?

Answer: Barry

Question: A barbecue bacon cheeseburger; barbecue, bacon and cheese on the side is the regular order of which 'Big Bang Theory' character?

Answer: Sheldon

Question: A recurring theme in 'The Big Bang Theory' is about which character drinking wine?

Answer: Penny

Question: Asthma affects which character in 'The Big Bang Theory'?

Answer: Leonard

Question: Although she works as a waitress, Penny in 'The Big Bang Theory' wants to work in which profession?

Answer: Acting

Question: Amy Farrah Fowler specializes in which field of science in 'The Big Bang Theory'?

Answer: Neuroscience

Question: In 'The Big Bang Theory', Sheldon sings a song about which sort of kitty?

Answer: Soft

Question: Big Bang Theory' star Wil Wheaton previously appeared in which sci-fi show?

Answer: Star Trek : Next Generation

Question: Alfred and Beverly are family members of which 'Big Bang Theory' character?

Answer: Leonard

Question: In 'The Big Bang Theory', who received a Christmas gift of a signed napkin?

Answer: Sheldon

Question: Horror movie ''Serial Ape-ist 2: Monkey See, Monkey Kill' features which 'Big Bang Theory' character?

Answer: Penny

Question: In season 2 of 'The Big Bang Theory', which character is taught to drive using a simulator in their apartment?

Answer: Sheldon

Question: In 'The Big Bang Theory', Amy gets a painting done of herself with which other character?

Answer: Penny

Question: After Sheldon terminates his friendship with Amy in season 4 of 'The Big Bang Theory', he adopts several of which animal?

Answer: Cat

Question: In 'The Big Bang Theory', Howard finds a lost dog belonging to which famous actor?

Answer: Mark Hamill

Question: In 'The Big Bang Theory', the characters invent a 3D version of which game?

Answer: Chess

Question: At the end of season 2 of 'The Big Bang Theory', the main characters leave for a field trip where?

Answer: North Pole

Question: After too many changes at the start of of season 8 of the 'Big Bang Theory', Sheldon lives on which form of transport?

Answer: Train

Question: Howard buys a scooter in the final season of 'The Big Bang Theory' but who makes him sell it?

Answer: Bernadette

Question: Bernadette in 'The Big Bang Theory' is introduced as a co-worker of which other character?

Answer: Penny

Question: Holy crap on a cracker' is the catchphrase of which 'Big Bang Theory' character?

Answer: Penny

Question: During the seasons of 'The Big Bang Theory', who dates women called Emily, Emily, Lucy, and Claire?

Answer: Raj

Question: In 'The Big Bang Theory', which sci-fi series does Leonard love and Sheldon hate?

Answer: Babylon 5

Question: In 'The Big Bang Theory', Amy is often seen experimenting on which animals?

Answer: Monkeys

Question: In 'The Big Bang Theory', who draws up a 31 page agreement to regulate his relationship?

Answer: Sheldon

Question: During which holiday does Penny discover she's married to Zack in 'The Big Bang Theory'?

Answer: Thanksgiving

Question: Howard and Raj in 'The Big Bang Theory' pose as cable engineers to get onto the set of which TV show?

Answer: America's Next Top Model

Question: After the comic book store suffers a fire in 'The Big Bang Theory', Stuart moves in with which character?

Answer: Howard

Question: Howard in 'The Big Bang Theory' is allergic to which food?

Answer: Nuts

Question: How does the comic book store get damaged at the end of the 7th season of 'The Big Bang Theory'?

Answer: Fire

Question: In 'The Big Bang Theory', who is the first main character to become a father?

Answer: Howard

Question: A team from which country find the element Sheldon discovers in 'The Big Bang Theory', despite his incorrect calculations?

Answer: China

Question: In 'The Big Bang Theory', what does Sheldon do on Saturday nights?

Answer: Laundry

Question: In 'The Big Bang Theory', Howard often confuses Bernadette with which other relative?

Answer: Mother

Question: In 'The Big Bang Theory', which character is played by Mayim Bialik?

Answer: Amy

Question: Howard tries to bond with Bernadette's father doing which hobby?

Answer: Fishing

Question: In 'The Big Bang Theory', what is Penny's job at the Cheesecake Factory?

Answer: Waitress

Question: In 'The Big Bang Theory', who marries Bernadette?

Answer: Howard

Question: A regular reference in 'The Big Bang Theory' is to which animal, in a theory by Schrödinger?

Answer: Cat

Question: How many years ago did the universe start, according to the lyrics of the 'Big Bang Theory' theme?

Answer: 14 Billion

Question: At the end of season 12 of 'The Big Bang Theory', Raj's girlfriend Anu is offered a job in which city?

Answer: London

Question: In 'The Big Bang Theory', which character believes in psychics and horoscopes?

Answer: Penny

Question: In 'The Big Bang Theory', Leonard grew up in which US state?

Answer: New Jersey

Question: Howard wanted which Elton John song to inspire his nickname in 'The Big Bang Theory'?

Answer: Rocket Man

Question: How do Sheldon and Amy meet in 'The Big Bang Theory'?

Answer: Online Dating

Question: In 'The Big Bang Theory', Leonard's former girlfriend Joyce Kim was a spy for which country?

Answer: North Korea

Question: Christine Baranski plays which character's mother in 'The Big Bang Theory'?

Answer: Leonard

World Trivia

World

Question: Eleanor of Aquitaine lived in which country before marrying Henry II of England?

Answer: France

Question: In which year did the UK ban the slave trade?

Answer: 1807

Question: Explorers thought the fabled land of 'El Dorado' was on which continent?

Answer: South America

Question: Michael Collins was a central figure in the independence movement in which country?

Answer: Ireland

Question: Vietnam was divided into North and South in which decade?

Answer: 1950s

Question: Which country invented gunpowder?

Answer: China

Question: What was the name of the only son of Henry VIII?

Answer: Edward

Question: Which Paris landmark stands on the Champ de Mars?

Answer: Eiffel Tower

Question: Explorer Vasco da Gama was from which country?

Answer: Portugal

Question: Formosa is the former name of which country?

Answer: Taiwan

Question: Algeria was a former colony of which country?

Answer: France

Question: A serious fire broke out at Windsor Castle in which year?

Answer: 1992

Question: Which country would you visit to see the famous Bayeux tapestry?

Answer: France

Question: Napoleon was forced to retreat from which city in 1812?

Answer: Moscow

Question: The controversial Elgin Marbles were taken from a building in which city?

Answer: Athens

Question: The post-war Cambridge spy ring gave secrets to which country?

Answer: Soviet Union

Question: Which country switched sides and started supporting the Allies in 1943?

Answer: Italy

Question: In which year did France gift the Statue of Liberty to the United States?

Answer: 1886

Question: What was the name of the scandal which forced the resignation of President Nixon?

Answer: Watergate

Question: The Olmecs are an ancient civilisation from which country?

Answer: Mexico

Question: The famous Spanish Riding School is in which European city?

Answer: Vienna

Question: Xerxes was an ancient ruler of which country?

Answer: Persia

Question: Who was the next monarch after Queen Victoria?

Answer: Edward VII

Question: Where is the UK's oldest university?

Answer: Oxford

Question: Alexander had which type of animal named Bucephalus?

Answer: Horse

Question: In which year did Princess Diana die in Paris?

Answer: 1997

Question: Which monarch was the last Stuart ruler?

Answer: Anne

Question: Pioneering psychologist Sigmund Freud worked for most of his life in which city?

Answer: Vienna

Question: In which country is Hebrew an official language?

Answer: Israel

Question: What kind of dating is used in archaeology to find the age of ancient objects?

Answer: Carbon

Question: The Rosetta Stone, used to decode hieroglyphics, is in a museum in which city?

Answer: London

Question: Hibernia was the Roman name for which island?

Answer: Ireland

Question: Alfred the Great was a Dark Ages ruler of which part of England?

Answer: Wessex

Question: Tanks were used for the first time during which conflict?

Answer: World War 1

Question: What was the first name of scientist Newton, who wrote ' Principia Mathematica'?

Answer: Isaac

Question: The Battle of Stalingrad was a turning point in which conflict?

Answer: World War 2

Question: In 1803, the United States bought Louisiana from which European country?

Answer: France

Question: The Maze Prison was in which part of the UK?

Answer: Northern Ireland

Question: What was the first name of Tudor explorer Raleigh?

Answer: Walter

Question: What flower gives its name to the battles between the houses of York and Lancaster?

Answer: Rose

Question: Geoffrey Chaucer wrote a 14th century book about people travellnig to which city?

Answer: Canterbury

Question: In 2000, Prince William secured a place at which university?

Answer: St Andrews

Question: Which political leader wrote 'Mein Kampf'?

Answer: Adolf Hitler

Question: Beethoven was born in which century?

Answer: 18th

Question: Yoga is a cultural tradition which originated in which country?

Answer: India

Question: What was the first name of Prime Minister Eden, who resigned in 1957 due to ill-health?

Answer: Anthony

Question: Which US President won the American Civil War?

Answer: Abraham Lincoln

Question: How many wives of Henry VIII were beheaded?

Answer: 2

Question: In which county could you visit Alnwick and Bamburgh Castles?

Answer: Northumbria

Question: In which year were the first modern Olympics held?

Answer: 1896