Lockdown Quiz Number 42 – 18 Jan 2021

1.Which man was the judge at the trial of Jesus and ordered his crucifixion?
2. William Pitt the Younger served as Prime Minister during the reign of which British Monarch?
3. What is the name given to the row of three chalk stacks located off the west coast of the Isle of Wight?
4. What is the name of the Manchester Utd Goalkeeper who survived the Munich Air Disaster and later became the Manager of Crewe Alexandra FC?
5. Which member of the Dragon’s Den Team is the only one to have appeared on every series?
6. What name is given to the branch of medical science that is concerned with the occurrence, transmission & control of diseases?
7. What name is given to a castrated domestic rooster which is fattened for eating?
8. Which Author, Screenwriter & Playwright wrote the plays: Loot, Entertaining Mr Sloane & What the Butler Saw?
9. The toys, Humpty, Hamble & Jemima appeared on which Children’s TV Show?
10. What name is given to a low shelter at the side of a sports pitch with seating for coaches & players?
11. The Savoy Hotel is located on which London street?
12. Which British Author wrote the ‘Discworld’ series of fantasy novels
13. Which 5 letter word goes before HAND, CRUST, FALL, LIST & BREAD to make 5 longer words?
14. What name is given to the heraldic emblem in the form of a St Andrew’s Cross?
15. What is the name of the fictional character, created by comedian Harry Enfield, who continually boasted about his wealth?
16. Which musical instrument appears on the logo of the Aviation Company: Ryanair?
17. De Montfort University is located in which British City?
18. Which BBC Sports Presenter is the daughter of a former Welsh footballer and the wife of a former Scottish Rugby Union player?
19. In 1963, Martin Luther King Jnr delivered his ‘I have a dream’ speech from the steps of which famous monument?
20. Which metric unit of mass is equivalent to 2.205 pounds?

ANSWERS BELOW

JULIE CLARKE


1. Which man was the judge at the trial of Jesus and ordered his crucifixion? PONTIUS PILATE
2. William Pitt the Younger served as Prime Minister during the reign of which British Monarch? GEORGE III
3. What is the name given to the row of three chalk stacks located off the west coast of the Isle of Wight? THE NEEDLES
4. What is the name of the Manchester Utd Goalkeeper who survived the Munich Air Disaster and later became the Manager of Crewe Alexandra FC? HARRY GREGG
5. Which member of the Dragon’s Den Team is the only one to have appeared on every series? PETER JONES
6. What name is given to the branch of medical science that is concerned with the occurrence, transmission & control of diseases? EPIDEMIOLOGY
7. What name is given to a castrated domestic rooster which is fattened for eating? CAPON
8. Which Author, Screenwriter & Playwright wrote the plays: Loot, Entertaining Mr Sloane & What the Butler Saw? JOE ORTON
9. The toys, Humpty, Hamble & Jemima appeared on which Children’s TV Show? PLAYSCHOOL
10. What name is given to a low shelter at the side of a sports pitch with seating for coaches & players? DUGOUT
11. The Savoy Hotel is located on which London street? THE STRAND
12. Which British Author wrote the ‘Discworld’ series of fantasy novels TERRY PRATCHETT
13. Which 5 letter word goes before HAND, CRUST, FALL, LIST & BREAD to make 5 longer words? SHORT
14. What name is given to the heraldic emblem in the form of a St Andrew’s Cross? SALTIRE
15. What is the name of the fictional character, created by comedian Harry Enfield, who continually boasted about his wealth? LOADSAMONEY
16. Which musical instrument appears on the logo of the Aviation Company: Ryanair? HARP
17. De Montfort University is located in which British City? LEICESTER
18. Which BBC Sports Presenter is the daughter of a former Welsh footballer and the wife of a former Scottish Rugby Union player? GABBY LOGAN
19. In 1963, Martin Luther King Jnr delivered his ‘I have a dream’ speech from the steps of which famous monument? THE LINCOLN MEMORIAL
20. Which metric unit of mass is equivalent to 2.205 pounds? KILOGRAM