06 May


Welcome to the Beaufort Raglan, Online quiz June 5, 2020.

Hopefully you are all staying safe and well.

Remember this is just for fun and you are only cheating yourself by doing a sneaky Google search.

The winner will be the person/Team that gets the most right and in the quickest time.

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1. A David Lean film was about a passage to which country?
2. According to the Nick Berry song title,  "Every loser...." , does what?
3. Following the Representation of the People Act 1928, women over what age were allowed to vote in Parliamentary elections?
4. In the First World War, Anzac troops came from which two countries?
5. At what did Antonio Stradivari achieve fame?
6. Black, Whooper, and Bewick are all types of what?
7. Often know as "Laughing gas", what is it's more usual name?
8. Canaan Banana was the first president of which country?
9. Errol Brown is lead singer with which group?
10. Used to treat heart problems, from which flower is digitalis obtained?
11. Officially, Painter Van Gogh committed suicide.  How did he die?
12. Which object took almost seven hours to rise from the Solent in 1982?
13. According to Christian teachings. the seven deadly sins are Lust, Gluttony, Greed, Wrath, Envy, Pride and what else ?
14. Which word is used to describe the art of ringing or studying bells?
15. Which famous painting was stolen and kept for two years by Vincenzo Peruggia in the greatest art theft of the 20th century?
16. From which planet does Superman come from?
17. Which pop singer played in goal for Real Madrid?
18. Which purple precious gem is the birthstone for February?
19. Which group publishes a magazine called 'The War Cry'?
20. Which royal residence is located in Norfolk?
21. Which two scales are used to measures the effects of an earthquake?
22. Which Scottish Isle became linked to the mainland by a bridge in 1995?
23. Which person in the public eye who was 'fond' of alcohol, once said, 'You're not drunk if you can lie on the floor without holding on'?
24. Which soap features The Woolpack pub?
25. Which society requires a belief in the Great Architect of the Universe?
26. Which sport is played at Rosslyn Park?
27. In traffic light sequences, what light follows green?
28. Which US writer created the character Tarzan?
29. Who created the cartoon characters,  'The Flintstones'?
30. Who is the host of British television panel show ‘Eight Out of Ten Cats’?
31. Which country produces Gruyere cheese?
32. What do Otis Redding, Jim Reeves, Laurel and Hardy, and Jimi Hendrix have in common?
33. In 'Mission Impossible' the tape always ended with a self-destruct warning, how long was it before the tape blew up?
34. In which 1970s British kids show would you have found the characters Billie, Brains, Doughnut, Scooper, Spring, Sticks and Tiger?
35. Who sang 'I Could Be So Good For You', the closing theme tune to 'Minder'?
36. It was once the only way to get the latest news, but when did Ceefax start broadcasting?
37. Which human first appeared with Gordon the Gopher?
38. Which TV programme began; 'Here is a house; Here is a door; Windows one, two, three, four...'?
39. In which film do Paul Newman and Robert Redford jump into a river holding hands?
40. What would you do with a Lee Enfield?
41. What kind of food is borscht?
42. In tennis, what does the initial L in LTA stand for?
43. Which American city is served by John F. Kennedy International Airport?
44. The Cambridge, Adelphi and Lyric in London are all what?
45. What is the fundamental oath usually associated with doctors?
46. Where would you normally find a gavel?
47. Carmine is a vivid shade of which colour?
48. What is measured on the Beaufort scale?
49. Author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson is better known by the pseudonym of what?
50. What nationality is golfer Gary Player?
51. In which film did Elizabeth Taylor achieve child stardom in 1944?
52. Who was the only person to win Nobel prizes for physics and chemistry?
53. Who succeeded John Paul I as Pope in 1978?
54. According to her hit song, What part of Shakira’s body doesn’t lie?
55. Which Richie Valens 1950s hit, was re-released by Los Lobos in 1987?
56. Where was Bonnie Tyler lost in 1976?
57. Which cheese has been accepted by Italian banks as collateral for small business loans?
58. In which English county did Wensleydale cheese originate?
59. What type of nuts are used in the production of Marzipan?
60. If you order Cuisses de Grenouilles in a French restaurant what would you expect to be served?
61. How many strings does a violin have?
62. In an Orchestra, which is the largest brass section instrument?
63. Who is the oldest member of the Spice Girls?
64. Which all girl band released the single “Eternal Flame”?
65. Famously the following singers, Janis Joplin, Jim Hendrix, Brian Jones, Jim Morrison,  Amy Winehouse and Kurt Cobain were the same age when they died, what is that age?
66. Which group opened the Wembley Stadium section of Live Aid?
67. Who had 'Heartache' in 1987?
68. 'Time goes by so slowly, And time can do so much,' comes from which song?
69. The Stadium of Light is home to which English football club?
70. Since 1977, where has snooker's World Championship taken place?
71. The 2024 Summer Olympics is currently scheduled to be held where?
72. Which horse is the only three-time winner of the Grand National?
73. On which course is The Masters golf tournament held?
74. Ron Atkinson last managed which club in the Premier League?
75. In which year did Sue Barker win the French Open?
76. With which team did Jenson Button win the Formula One World Championship?
77. How many Paralympic gold medals did Tanni Grey-Thompson win in her career?
78. Which type of beans are used to make baked beans?
79. In Indonesian and Malay cuisine what does the word ‘nasi’ refer to?
80. From which fruit is Grenadine obtained?
81. What is calamari?
82. What is tofu made from?
83. Anagram

to ritual ale (french vegetable dish)


drab glacier
- (A Favourite of Peter Kay)

85. Mulligatawny soup originates from which country?
86. How many standard bottles of champagne are there in a magnum?
87. Which vegetable has its own festival held on the Isle of Wight every year?
88. In which country will you find wine growing region, The Yarra Valley?
96. 7 months of the year have 31 days,  but how many months have 28 days?
97. Anagram

Aback Fish  Jeans - (Beaufort Takeaway served with coconut curry sauce)
98. Anagram

Bungee Neighbours  Wolf  - (Beaufort Takeaway with prime meat)
99. Anagram

 lightless workers - (Beaufort Takeaway from under the sea)
100. Anagram

escaped hippo tot  - (Miguel's portion will always tempt you for £1)
101. Anagram

The anal brogue fart  - (Takeaways Wednesday - Sunday)

Chargoggagoggmanchauggagoggchaubunagungamaugg is the longest place name in America, but how many letters does it contain?

103. If you were born on New Year’s Day, which is your astrological sign?
104. Galena is an ore of which metal?
105. Which sea creature has three hearts?
106. Which fictional furry creatures lived on Wimbledon Common?
107. Name the actor who died in 1984, who also starred in the film titled 1984?
108. The actors Tom Baker, William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton have all played which TV character?
109. In which city was PM Boris Johnson born?
110. What does the word "pont" mean in both the French and Welsh languages?
111. Can you identify the real "Carry On.." films from the fakes?

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