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Round 5 questions below...
- Who directed 2010 film Submarine?
- In which city is Ho Chi Minh preserved?
- The large Piccadilly Circus adverts have been a London landmark for quite a while. In which year did the first ad, created with lightbulbs, appear?
- Jorge Mario Bergoglio is a head of state in Europe and a notable public figure - but by which name is he most commonly known?
- Who is the patron saint of Nigeria?
- On which date did the 21st Century start?
- What is the name of the strait in the Caribbean between Haiti & Cuba?
- What is the smallest country in the world?
- What’s the capital of Madagascar?
- American alternative rock band Veruca Salt are named after a character in which classic children's book and movie?
And that’s your Big York Pub Quiz!
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Round 4 questions are below!
- Which animals are shown videos of their own species mating to ensure successful breeding?
- How many toppings are on a Chicago style hot dog?
- How many functioning stations are there on the London Underground Network?
- What name is going to be given to the new TFL Crossrail line when it becomes operational on the network?
- Name the four March sisters in Little Women.
- One for train geeks: which steam train, which shares its name with a bird, holds the world record speed for a steam train?
- Who has won the most Oscars in history?
- Which classic horror was the first film to controversially show a toilet flushing on screen?
- How many films have Al Pacino & Robert De Niro starred in together?
- What is the name of the Netflix show inspired by the sixth branch of the U.S. armed forces?
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True or false: your round 3 questions are below*
- The capital city of Kazakhstan is Astana
- Colonel Sanders (or Harland David Sanders) was a real colonel in the US Military.
- In 2016 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart sold more CDs than Adele
- According to the US Presidential Line of Succession, the next in line after the Vice President would be the Secretary of State.
- Elon Musk, when he's not launching rockets into space, owns "The Drilling Company" which is digging massive tunnels underneath New York City.
- The most expensive cheese in the world comes from Serbia
- Under Chairman Mao, every Chinese family was obliged to kill a sparrow a week to stop them eating all the rice
- Norway has the highest number of Metal bands per capita.
- In 2008 a man was arrested in Ohio. For having sex with a picnic table.
- Durex once printed flyers that had pregnancy tests built in, the advert said "Peeing on this ad may change your life"
(*The answer is true...)
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...and if you needed a repeat of any of those questions for Round 2, our Music round, here they are!
- Bruce Springsteen recorded the album Nebraska all by himself, on what type of tape recorder? 4 track or 8 track?
- Who went to number 1 in 1979 with the track 'Are Friends Electric'?
- Which wrinkly topless boi's real name is James Newell Osterberg Jr.?
- What song are these lyrics taken from? But he moved a million hearts in mono / Our mothers cried, sang along, who'd blame them / You're grown, So grown / Now I must say more than ever
- There is a Paul Simon album named after which famous rock and roll star’s home?
- The UEFA champions league anthem is heavily based upon which anthem by Handel?
- Which band share their name with a famous catchphrase of a fictional radio disc jockey?
- Who wrote the Bangles hit Manic Monday?
- Which brand of butter would you find Sex Pistols frontman Johhny Rotten promoting?
- Which city was the home of the bands The Bee Gees, Elbow and Simply Red?
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Here are your questions for Round 1!
- The premier league returned this week, behind closed doors, but can you name one of the two teams who played in the first match to return?
- Which has a greater land mass - Scotland or the isle of Ireland?
- Weevil, Blister and Ladybird are all types of what?
- Carrauntoohil is the highest mountain in which remote country?
- Tots TV was the best TV show when I was a kid. Tom and Tilly were two of the tots, but who was the third?
- The Stonewall riots started nearly 51 years ago, but from what type of place did they take the name Stonewall from to name them?
- What is the official title of the minister that leads the Treasury?
- Syngenesophobia is the fear of what?
- Which BBC radio station is older, BBC Radio 2, or Radio 3?
- What country has the highest cost for a loaf of bread on average?
Make sure your team captain (the member who registered you all) submits your scores using this form. Please grab a drink, sit back and get yourselves ready for Round 2!