1. “Warren, what did you do?” was a line heard from an event this week. What event was it and what is Warrens full name?
  2. In a list of the fastest marathons of all times (in official record keeping on eligible courses) the top 52 times in history have come from two countries, which two?
  1. New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn are three of the books in which book seires?
         ANSWER: Twilight 
  2. Identify the names behind these four logos from the world of music.
  1. How many planets in our solar system are bigger than earth in mass?
  2. Listen to this audio clip. It is a cover version of a song that was a hit in 2001 by a well-known group and featured in a movie released in 2000. What is the name of the song and the group that released it in 2001?
    Audio file available for streaming or download on the website
  1. The World Championships between 1984 and 2005 have been won by Cuba in which sport?
  2. Three edited album covers using characters, items from Star Wars. Name the three characters in Star Wars and name the artist behind these well known albums
  1. In ten pin bowling if you get a turkey what have you done?
  1. Listen to these four clips. They are four fictional languages from movies and T.V. Identify the language and the T.V. show or movie.
  1. Name these four landmarks in London
  1. According to the bible Death, Famine, War and Pestilence are better known by which collective name?
  1. In computer gaming which two companies contributed to the making of the
    SNES CDROM console which was never actually released to the public?
  2. Name the four films from the posters below. The year each film was released is added s is any slogan that may be printed on the poster.
  3. Space-X. Tesla Incorporated were both founded or co-founded and run by which person?
  1. Listen to this song which was released in 2002. It features two of the best-known singers from the 1980’s. Name the two singers.
  2. In which sports can you be penalised 50 points if you are not smiling?
  1. The United States is divided up into 50 legal divisions called states. How are these four countries divided up?
  2. J’adore, Poison, Fahrenheit, Sauvage and Addict are perfumes by which French fashion house?
  3. What city was the capital of Portugal from 1815 to 1821?
  4. According to the most recent census in 2011 which three cities have the highest population in India. ½ bonus point for getting them in the right order?
  5. Look at these three famous images from history. Name the city that the photograph was taken and the year it was taken:

 

  1. “Warren, what did you do?” was a line heard from an event this week. What event was it and what is Warrens full name?      ANSWER: (½ point each correct answer)
    The Oscar mix up was the event
    Warrens second name is Beatty
     
  2. In a list of the fastest marathons of all times (in official record keeping on eligible courses) the top 52 times in history have come from two countries, which two?
         ANSWER: (½ point for each correct answer)
                               Kenya and Ethiopia 
  1. New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn are three of the books in which book seires?
         ANSWER: Twilight 
  2. Identify the names behind these four logos from the world of music.

         ANSWERS: (½ point for each correct answer)
                                 a) Spotify b) i-Tunes c) Ministry of Sound d) Tidal
  1. How many planets in our solar system are bigger than earth in mass?
         ANSWER: Four (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptue)
  2. Listen to this audio clip. It is a cover version of a song that was a hit in 2001 by a well-known group and featured in a movie released in 2000. What is the name of the song and the group that released it in 2001?
    Audio file available for streaming or download on the website      ANSWERS: (½ point for each correct answer)
    The song is Independent Woman and was released by Destiny’s Child
  1. The World Championships between 1984 and 2005 have been won by Cuba in which sport?
         ANSWER: Baseball 
  2. Three edited album covers using characters, items from Star Wars. Name the three characters in Star Wars and name the artist behind these well known albums

          ANSWERS: (½ point for each correct answer)
                                   a/b) Han Solo on the cover of Heroes by David Bowie
                                   c/d) The At At on the cover of Who Made Who by AC/DC
                                   e/f) Kylo Ren on the cover of Fever by Kylie Minogue
  1. In ten pin bowling if you get a turkey what have you done?
         ANSWER: Scored three strikes in row
  1. Listen to these four clips. They are four fictional languages from movies and T.V. Identify the language and the T.V. show or movie.      ANSWERS: ( ½ point for each correct answer)
    a/b) Na’vi language from Avatar
    c/d) Klingon from Star Trek
    e/f) Quenya (I accepted Sinadrin or Elvish) from Lord of the Rings
    g/h) Dothraki from Game of Throne
  1. Name these four landmarks in London

          ANSWERS: (½ point for each correct answer)
                                   a) Buckingham Palace b) Tower of London
                                   c) Saint Stephens Towers/Queen Elisabeth Tower or Westminster
                                        Palace
                                   d) Saint Pauls Cathedral
  1. According to the bible Death, Famine, War and Pestilence are better known by which collective name?
         ANSWER: Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
  1. In computer gaming which two companies contributed to the making of the
    SNES CDROM console which was never actually released to the public?
         ANSWER: ( ½ point for each correct answer)
    Sony and Nintendo (Education Systems)
  2. Name the four films from the posters below. The year each film was released is added s is any slogan that may be printed on the poster.

         ANSWERS: (½ point for each correct answer)
    a) Jaws b) Jurassic Park c) Back to the Future d) Tangled
  3. Space-X. Tesla Incorporated were both founded or co-founded and run by which person?
         ANSWER: Elon Musk
  1. Listen to this song which was released in 2002. It features two of the best-known singers from the 1980’s. Name the two singers.      ANSWERS: (½ point for each correct answer)
    Kim Wilde and Nena
  2. In which sports can you be penalised 50 points if you are not smiling?
           ANSWER: Synchronized Swimming
  1. The United States is divided up into 50 legal divisions called states. How are these four countries divided up?

    ANSWERS: (½ point for each correct answers)
                                  a) Counties b) Regions  c) Cantons d) Prefectures 
  2. J’adore, Poison, Fahrenheit, Sauvage and Addict are perfumes by which French fashion house?
         ANSWER: Christian Dior 
  3. What city was the capital of Portugal from 1815 to 1821?
         ANSWER: Rio de Janeiro
  4. According to the most recent census in 2011 which three cities have the highest population in India. ½ bonus point for getting them in the right order?
         ANSWERS: (½ point for each correct answer + ½ point for the correct order)
    Mumbai (Bombay), Delhi, Bangalore
    This result is correct according to the most recent census in 2011
  5. Look at these three famous images from history. Name the city that the photograph was taken and the year it was taken:

         ANSWERS: (½ point for each year and ½ point for the city)
    a/b) 1989 in Beijing (Tiananmen Square uprising)
    c/d) 1963 in Dallas (Murder of Lee Harvey Oswald)
    e/f) 1945 in Berlin (Soviet capture of the city)