1. More fallout from Brangelina – on the set of which film did they first meet?
  2. In the TV show The Road Runner what is the first name and middle initial of the coyote who is constantly chasing the Road Runner (This only works with English)?
  3. Shimon Peres died recently. He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1994 with which two other people?
  4. Name these four heads of state from the past and present.
    quiz-54-q4-female-heads-of-state
  5. The Ryder Cup took place last weekend in the USA. Which team won it and who was the only Swede taking part?
  6. Listen to this piece of music. It was written originally written by Piero Umiliani and was the backing track to an Italian documentary about the life (mostly the sex life) of Swedes. In which 1969 childrens tv show did it become known all over the world and who was the creator of that tv show?

    1.

  7. Peter Sunde, Fredrik Neij, Gottfrid Svartholm were sentenced to one year in jail by Swedish courts in 2009 for creating what?
  8. Name these six movies.
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  9. The election has been hotting up in the USA for what seems like years. This weel there was a debate between the two candidates for vice president – name any one of them.
  10. Listen to these eight karaoke intros from songs which became famous in the eighties and ninetie. there are four from each decade in no particular order. Name each of the songs.

                1.

  11. Name these four Asian countries.
    quiz-54-q11-asian-country-outlines
  12. Which element on the periodic table, discovered in 1789, was named after a planet on our solar system?
    1.  
  13. Two answers required here, Name the two largest fish in the sea 8in size, not numbers)?
  14. Pictures
    quiz-54-q14-birds
  15. Black Hawk Down, a great film from 2001 which is based on a true story reflected in a book by Mark Bowen centres on events that happened in which African city during 1993?
  16. Which film is this the opening piece of music to?

          1.  

  17. The world famous Sultan Ahmed mosque in Istanbul is better known under which colourful name?
  18. Answer these four maths problems.
    quiz-54-q18-mathematics

  19. In literature in which book (or book series)  does the Hogs Head Inn fature, what town is it in and which character owns it?
  20. How many stars on the flag of the European Union?
  21. Known as a ‘flag of convenience’, the majority of ships in the world fly the flag of which country?
  22. Name these six celebrities
    quiz-54-q22-celebrity-mashups
  1. More fallout from Brangelina – on the set of which film did they first meet?
    1. Mr. And Mrs. Smith
  2. In the TV show The Road Runner what is the first name and middle initial of the coyote who is constantly chasing the Road Runner (This only works with English)?
    1. Wile E.
  3. Shimon Peres died recently. He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1994 with which two other people?
    1. Yasser Arafat and Yitzak Rabin
      (½ point every correct answer)
  4. Name these four heads of state from the past and present.
    quiz-54-q4-female-heads-of-state

    1. a) Angela Merkel (Germany) b) Benazir Bhutto (Pakistan)
      c) Indira Gandhi (India) d) Ema Solberg (Norway)
      (½ point every correct answer)
  5. The Ryder Cup took place last weekend in the USA. Which team won it and who was the only Swede taking part?
    1. The USA won it and Henrik Stenson was the only Swede.
      (½ point every correct answer)
  6. Listen to this piece of music. It was written originally written by Piero Umiliani and was the backing track to an Italian documentary about the life (mostly the sex life) of Swedes. In which 1969 childrens tv show did it become known all over the world and who was the creator of that tv show?

    1. Sesame Street by Jim Henson
    (½ point every correct answer)

  7. Peter Sunde, Fredrik Neij, Gottfrid Svartholm were sentenced to one year in jail by Swedish courts in 2009 for creating what?
    1. The Pirate Bay
  8. Name these six movies.
    quiz-54-q8-silhouette-movies

    1. a) Star Wars b) Titanic c) Spiderman d) Dumb and Dumber e) Brokeback Mountain f) Twilight
      (½ point every correct answer)
  9. The election has been hotting up in the USA for what seems like years. This weel there was a debate between the two candidates for vice president – name any one of them.
    1. Mike Pence or Tim Kaine
  10. Listen to these eight karaoke intros from songs which became famous in the eighties and ninetie. there are four from each decade in no particular order. Name each of the songs.

    1.   a) Winds of Change (Scorpions) b) Gooody Two Shoes (Adam Ant) c) Our Huse (Madness)
                      d) Blue Monday (New Order) e) Golden Brown (The Stranglers) f) Super Trouper (Abba)
                      g) Survivor (Destiny’s Child() h) Dragula (Rob Zombie)
    (½ point every correct answer)

  11. Name these four Asian countries.
    quiz-54-q11-asian-country-outlines

    1. a) Mongolia b) Pakistan c) China d) North Korea
      (½ point every correct answer)
  12. Which element on the periodic table, discovered in 1789, was named after a planet on our solar system?
    1. Uranium
  13. Two answers required here, Name the two largest fish in the sea 8in size, not numbers)?
    1. Whale Shark and Basking Shark
      (½ point every correct answer)
  14. Pictures
    quiz-54-q14-birds

    1. a) Puffin b) Woodpecker c) Cuckoo d) Peregrin Falcon
      (½ point every correct answer)
  15. Black Hawk Down, a great film from 2001 which is based on a true story reflected in a book by Mark Bowen centres on events that happened in which African city during 1993?
    1. Mogadishu
  16. Which film is this the opening piece of music to?

         1.   Forest Gump

  17. The world famous Sultan Ahmed mosque in Istanbul is better known under which colourful name?
    1. The Blue Mosque
  18. Answer these four maths problems.
    quiz-54-q18-mathematics

    1. a) Area πr squared 113.09cm  b) Circumference 2πr  = 37.7cm
      c) 13 (Pythagoras Theorem) d) 30
      (½ point every correct answer)
  19. In literature in which book (or book series)  does the Hogs Head Inn fature, what town is it in and which character owns it?
    1. Harry Potter, it is located in the village of Hogsmeade and it is owned by Aberforth Dumbledore
      (½ point each for the book and village plus full point for the owner)
  20. How many stars on the flag of the European Union?
    1. 12
  21. Known as a ‘flag of convenience’, the majority of ships in the world fly the flag of which country?
    1. Panama
  22. Name these six celebrities
    quiz-54-q22-celebrity-mashups

    1. a/b) Taylor Swift and ed Sheeran c/d) Jennifer Lawrence and  Emma Watson
      e/f) Barak Obama and George W. Bush
      (½ point every correct answer)