Quiz Number 15

Published: Tuesday 22nd June 2010
  1. Who was the first person to appear on the cover of "Rolling Stone" magazine in 1967?
  2. In which English cathedral is King John interred?
  3. The following artists all had UK top 10 hits containing 'father' in the title, name the songs, [a] Nat 'King' Cole (1953), [b] Chicory Tip (1972), [c] Blackgrape (1995), [d] L L Cool J (1998) and [e] Ronan Keating / Yousuf (2004).
  4. If all the elements were arranged alphabetically, which would be first?
  5. If all the elements were arranged alphabetically, which would be last?
  6. From which film does the song 'Secret Love' come from?
  7. At the end of the Indianapolis 500 motor race, with which drink does the winner traditionally toast his victory?
  8. What four states meet at the Four Corners monument in the USA?
  9. What was the name of the small island community attacked by a shark in the film 'Jaws'?
  10. To which part of the body do these medical prefixes relate, [a] CHOLECYST-, [b] OSTEO- , [c] RHINO- , [d] TYMPANO- and [e] KERATO-
  11. Who scored the first ever goal in World cup history in 1930?
  12. Prior to the adoption of the Euro what was the currency in the following countries, [a] Finland, [b] The Netherlands, [c] Portugal, [d] Slovakia and [e] Greece?
  13. From which English town did Glen Miller's plane take off from on his last flight in December 1944?
  14. The following nations are all taking part in the FIFA World Cup, but what are their capital cities, [a] Nigeria, [b] Serbia, [c] Paraguay, [d] New Zealand and [e] North Korea?
  15. How many 'Chance' squares are there on a standard Monopoly set?
  16. Who played the toymaker in the 1968 film 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang'?
  17. Which is the most visited museum in the world?
  18. Which well known actors/actresses real names were [a] Marion Morrison [b] William Henry Pratt, [c] Richard Walter Jenkins, [d] Mavis Fluck and [e] Arthur Stanley Jefferson?
  19. Who was the last English king to be killed in battle?
  20. What North African dish is named after the heavy clay cone-shaped pot that it is cooked in?
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