Thursday, 11 November 2010

Children in Need Audiovisual Quiz 2010

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Last night I hosted my annual Children in Need Pub Quiz in the BBC Bristol Club we had 30 teams and raised a fantastic £550 pounds. I've posted my full quiz here and would be more than happy if you would like to use this to run your own Charity Pub Quiz. The answers are at the bottom of the page. You can download answer sheets here
Enjoy - Paul.


MOVIE ROUND

Name these 10 films & 5 cartoons




PICTURE ROUND
AUDIO ROUND




TRACK 1
a. Which decade was this released in?
b. and next line?

TRACK 2
a. Name the Track
b. Name the Track
c. Name the Track

TRACK 3
a. Name the band?
b. Next Line

TRACK 4
a. Name the person singing in this original version of a classic song.

TRACK 5
a. How many Caribbean islands do they mention in the section I’m about to play you

TRACK 6
a. Name the comedian who had a chart hit in 1984 with this?

TRACK 7
a. Name the Artist
b. Next Line

TRACK 8
a. What year were most of these released in the UK?
b. Whats the odd one out?

TRACK 9
a. Track in Reverse: Name the Group

TRACK 10
Which film is this from?



ROUND 1: RANDOM ROUND

1. In the nursery rhyme Mondays child is fair of face, Tuesdays child is full of grace, Wednesdays child is what?

2. Which company released `Pong` in 1972 the first ever video game released?

3. Where would you find the `Ocean Of Storms`?

4. What 2 creatures are on the Australian Coat of Arms? (1 point each)

5. how many drum beats can be heard at the end of each episode of eastenders?

6. Which producers signature appeared at the end of the Tom and Jerry cartoons ?

7. Who painted The Laughing Cavalier?

8. The currency of Costa Rica shares its name with which punctuation mark?

9. How many strings does a ‘Chello’ have?

10. How many stripes are there on an American flag?



ROUND 2: Cars & Drivers

1. According to the Highway Code, passengers of what age and above are responsible for themselves wearing a seatbelt?

2. Which famous car did Professor Caractacus Potts drive?

3. Which company brought out the Rover group in 1994?

4. Cars from which country have the letters CH on them?

5. Who manufactured a car called the silver ghost?

6. Which car shares its name with the Italian Island in the southern part of the Bay of Naples?

7. Which character did Lee Majors play in TVs Six Million-Dollar Man?

8. From which country does the Proton car originate?

9. What product was advertised using a race between a blue and red car?

10. What is the surname of Russia's first driver who appeared in the 2010 season?



ROUND 3: Cooking & Food

1. Which pasta sauce is believed to take its name from the Italian charcoal workers who often ate it?

2. What food flavouring is obtained from the crocus plant?

3. In October 1995, what became the first vegetable to be grown in space?

4. By law, Stilton cheese can only be made in which three counties?

5. Which drink is made from the Blue Agave plant?



ROUND 4: HISTORY

1. What was the name of the plane Lindbergh flew on the first non-stop flight across the Atlantic?

2. In which country was The Queen when she heard that she had acceded to the throne?

3. The throne of which country has been occupied by the same family since the sixth century BC and has 125 successive monachs?

4. The Titanic had two sister ships. What were their names?

5. In which city did the grave robbers Burke and Hare operate?

6. Who was the last tudor monarch?

7. In Greek mythology, what was the name of the river which rendered Achilles invincible, apart apart from his heel, when his mother dipped him in it?

8. By what name was 617 squadron known during the Second World War?

9. The French Coastguard want a ban on people swimming the channel but who was the first man to swim the English channel?

10. When the first World War broke out which three countries made up the Triple Entente?



ROUND 6:  SCIENCE 5, 4, 3, 2, 1

1. What were the 5 Ancient Greek Classical Elements that were thought to make up everything?

2. What are the names of the 4 leg bones?

3. What are the 3 lightest elements?

4. What are the two closest stars to Earth?

5. What was the name of Yuri Gagarin`s space ship?



ANSWERS

MOVIE ROUND ANSWERS:
Name the Film: 1. Dirty Dancing (1987), 2. Back to the Future (1985), 3. Waynes World (1992), 4. Blazing Saddles (1974), 5. Bedazzled (2000), 6. Goonies (1985), 7. 2001 a space odyssey (1968), 8. Apocalypse Now (1978), 9. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984), 10. Bruce Almighty (2003)

CARTOON MONTAGE
a. Jimbo, b. Powerpuff Girls, c. The Racoons (German intro) d. Johnny Bravo, e. Mysterious Cities of Gold

PICTURE ROUND ANSWERS:
1. Dr Martha Jones, 2. Dr Otto Octavious (Dr Octopus) Spiderman, 3. Dr Hilary Jones, 4. The Doctor (emergency medical hologram), 5. Dr Nick Riviera. 6. Dr Gunther Von Hagens, 7. Dr Peter Venkman, 8. Dr Claw (inspector Gadget), 9. Dr Gonzo (Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas), 10. Dr john Michael Dorian - JD Scrubs, 11. Dr Doogie Howser, 12. Dr Doom (Iron Man) 13. Dr Raj Persuad, 14. Dr Chase Meridian, 15. Dr Ivo Eggman Robotnik (Sonic)

AUDIO ROUND ANSWERS:

TRACK 1
a. Next Line: Expert Timing
b. Artist: Carl Douglas

TRACK 2
a. Voodoo Child – Jimmy Hendrix
b. Scar Tissue - Red Hot Chili Peppers
c. Sympathy for the Devil - Rollin Stone

TRACK 3
a. Steppenwolf - Born to be Wild
b. Heavy Metal Thunder

TRACK 4
Audrey Hepburn: Breakfast at Tiffanys 1961

TRACK 5
2 = Aruba, Jamaica
Montego is not an island – it’s a bay in Jamaica
Key Largo – is not part of the Carribbean – its part of the Florida Keys
Bermuda & Bahamas are not in the Carribbean

TRACK 6
Russ Abbott

TRACK 7
a. Barry Manilow
b. The hottest spot north of Havana

TRACK 8
a. 2001 ( Soak up the Sun – Sheryl Crow, Escape – Enrique, Skaterboy – Avril Lavigne, Jenny from the block)
b. Odd one out Toxic by Britney Spears: 2004

TRACK 9
a. Aqua

TRACK 10
The Three Amigos


RANDOM ROUND ANSWERS:
1. Full of woe, 2. Atari Inc, 3. On the moon, 4. Kangeroo & Emu, 5. 9, 6. Fred Quimby, 7. Frans Hals (1624), 8. Colon, 9. 4, 10. 13 (represent the original 13 colonies)

CARS & DRIVERS ANSWERS:
1. 14, 2. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, 3. BMW, 4. Switzerland, 5. Rolls Royce, 6. Capri (Ford), 7. Steve Austin, 8. Malaysia, 9. Milky Way, 10. (Vitaly) Petrov
  
COOKING & FOOD ANSWERS:
1. Carbonara, 2. Saffron, 3. The Potato, 4. Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire, 5. Tequila

HISTORY ANSWERS:
1. The Spirit Of St Louis, 2. Sagana Lodge, Kenya, 3. Japan, 4. Brittanic and Olympic, 5. Edinburgh, 6. Elizabeth I, 7. The Styx, 8. The Dambusters, 9. Matthew Webb (1875 – less than 22 hours), 10. England, France and Russia

SCIENCE ANSWERS:
1. Earth, Water, Air, Fire, Aether, 2. Femur, Patella, Tibia, Fibula, 3. Hydrogen, Helium, Lithium, 4. Sun & Proxima Centauri, 5. Vostok 1

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