Welcome to Quiz 4 Your Challenge In this

Welcome to Quiz 4 Your Challenge In this

Welcome to Quiz 4 Your Challenge In this Quiz there are 8 rounds based on 8 former, or present day, quiz shows. Your task is to build up a bank of points in the first 7 rounds and then gamble those points in Round 8. Your Target is to try to get more than 10,000 points. Good Luck.

Celebrating TV Quiz Shows A Question of Sport University Challenge Sale of the Century Double your Money Take Your Pick Generation Game Pointless Winner Takes All A Question of Sport

2nd December 1968 present day Round 1 Your job is to note the 20 previous Ladies Champions at Wimbledon and, if you recognise the lady, to get a bonus by noting their country. Your target at the end of this round is 300 points Question of Sport Wimbledon Ladies Singles Champions 10 pts per competitor (Bonus 10 pts for their country)

1 (2014) 2 (2013) Question of Sport Wimbledon Ladies Singles Champions 10 pts per competitor (Bonus 10 pts for Country) 3 (2012)

4 (2008) Question of Sport Wimbledon Ladies Singles Champions 10 pts per competitor (Bonus 10 pts for Country) 5 (2006) 6 (2004) Question of Sport

Wimbledon Ladies Singles Champions 10 pts per competitor (Bonus 10 pts for Country) 7 (1999) 8 (1998) Question of Sport Wimbledon Ladies Singles Champions 10 pts per competitor (Bonus 10 pts for Country)

9 (1997) 10 (1996) Question of Sport Wimbledon Ladies Singles Champions 10 pts per competitor (Bonus 10 pts for Country) 11 (1994) 12 (1990)

Question of Sport Wimbledon Ladies Singles Champions 10 pts per competitor (Bonus 10 pts for Country) 13 (1981) 14 (1980) Question of Sport Wimbledon Ladies Singles Champions

10 pts per competitor (Bonus 10 pts for Country) 15 (1977) 16 (1975) Question of Sport Wimbledon Ladies Singles Champions 10 pts per competitor (Bonus 10 pts for Country) 17 (1970)

18 (1969) Question of Sport Wimbledon Ladies Singles Champions 10 pts per competitor (Bonus 10 pts for Country) 19 (1964) 20 (1962)

Final check on your answers Have you noted your answers to all 20 former Champions, and have you tried for a bonus by noting the countries of the ones you recognise? 10 pts per competitor + 10 pts per country 1 Petra Kvitova

Czech Rep. 11 Steffi Graff Germany 2 Marion Bartoli

France 12 Martina Navratilova USA 3

Serena Williams USA 13 Chris Evert USA 4

Venus Williams USA 14 Evonne Goolagong Australia

5 Amelie Mauresmo France 15 Virginia Wade GB

6 Maria Sharapova Russia 16 Billie Jean King

USA 7 Lindsay Davenport USA 17 Margaret Court

Australia 8 Jana Novotna Czech Rep. 18

Ann Jones GB 9 Martina Hingis Switz. 19

Maria Bueno Brazil 10 Conchita Martinez Spain

20 Karen Susman USA Target How did you do? The target was 300 points. Did you surpass the target?

University Challenge 1962-1987 & 1994- present University Challenge Which of these places are to the West of Chilton (Bucks) (1.008W)? 30 pts per correct answer; TOTAL SCORE OF ZERO on this round for even one incorrect answer. AYLESBURY NOTTINGHAM

BOURNEMOUTH OXFORD BRILL READING BUCKINGHAM

RUGBY EDINBURGH SHEFFIELD JOHN OGROATS SUNDERLAND LEEDS

THAME LEICESTER TOWCESTER LONG CRENDON WINCHESTER

NEWBURY YORK Target In this round you must only record which of the 20 places you believe to be West of Chilton. If you get one wrong you score ZERO on the whole round. I think you will get 12 correct and avoid all of the wrong answers. This would give you a score of

360. So your Target after 2 Rounds is 660 pts Map showing the position of Chilton University Challenge Which of these places are to the West of Chilton (1.008 W)? 30 pts per correct answer; TOTAL SCORE OF ZERO on this round for even one incorrect answer. AYLESBURY 0.82 W

NOTTINGHAM 1.08 W BOURNEMOUTH 1.52 W OXFORD 1.15 W BRILL 1.052 W READING 0.58 W BUCKINGHAM 0.986 W

RUGBY 1.26 W EDINBURGH 3.11 W SHEFFIELD 1.28 W JOHN OGROATS 3.07 W SUNDERLAND 1.38 W

LEEDS 1.32 W THAME 0.97 W LEICESTER 1.8 W TOWCESTER 0.99 W LONG CRENDON 0.997 W WINCHESTER 1.31 W

NEWBURY 1.32 W YORK 1.4 W How did you do? Did you avoid all of the RED ones? What did you score? Are you meeting the target of 660 points? Sale of the Century

1972 - 1983 Sale of the Century Winners share 2400 pts 4th Round losers 300 pts 3rd Round losers 200 pts 2nd Round losers 100 pts First Round losers 50 pts John Lewis All items are taken from the current John Lewis

catalogue. They are items that are used from daybreak to nightfall. You have a choice of 3 prices each round. Target Your target is to survive at least 3 rounds. This would score you 300 points. Sale of the Century Wake up to the smell of freshly baked bread in the morning, with the Panasonic SD-2500WXC bread maker.

A Less than 50 B 50 C More than 50 Breadmaker C 89.50 Losers get 50 pts and are out of the competition.

Sale of the Century The Kenwood JE720 Juicer offers a smarter way to get your five a day. Providing continuous juice, the JE720 features Kenwoods latest Apex- advanced pulp extraction technology, to give you more juice and less pulp to throw away. A Less Than 100 B 100 C More than 100 Juicer

A 99.50 Losers get 100 pts and are out of the competition Sale of the Century LG HOM-BOT VR62701LVB is a robotic vacuum cleaner that offers the ultimate in innovation and stylish design. This unique vacuum includes sensors and brushes that enable it to reach the hard-to-get-to places that conventional cleaners cant. Ultrasonic and infrared sensors detect obstacles to avoid, while the vacuums Dual Eye 2.0 cameras accurately scan and map rooms, even when the lights are turned off.

A Less than 500 B 500 C More than 500 Vacuum Cleaner A 479.50 Losers get 200 pts and are out of the competition Sale of the Century

The Bosch Indego robotic lawnmower mows all by itself, so you can enjoy other projects in and around your home. Featuring Boschs logicut technology, this intelligent navigation system automatically measures your garden, calculates the shortest possible route and gets mowing in orderly parallel lines. A Less than 1150 B 1150 C More than 1150 Robotic Lawnmower

B 1150 Losers get 300 pts Winners get 800 pts Target You were set a target of 300 points on this round. How did you do? The target for the first 3 Rounds was 960 points Are you meeting the target?

Double Your Money 1955 - 1968 Hughie Green Monica Rose & Hughie Green Win from 50 to 6,400 pts All questions relate to the flags of European nations.

Answer 8 questions correctly to win 6,400 You can quit whenever you like to claim your points before the next question is asked. Target Your target is to get the first 4 correct and then quit. If you did this you would get 400 points, so that is your target. For 50 points

Whose flag is this? Switzerland Double or Quits? For 100 points Whose flag is this? Iceland Double or Quits?

For 200 points Whose flag is this? Belgium Double or Quits? For 400 points Whose flag is this? Albania Double or Quits?

For 800 points Whose flag is this? Macedonia Double or Quits? For 1,600 points Whose flag is this? Bosnia

Double or Quits? For 3,200 points Whose flag is this? Estonia Double or Quits? For 6,400 points Whose flag is this?

Lithuania Did you hit the jackpot? How did you do? The target was 400 points. Did you meet the target? Did you avoid going on and getting a loser to wipe out all of your points? The overall target at the half way point is 1360 points. Are you meeting the target?

Half way through the show;get another glass of wine! Lucky Take Your Pick 1955 - 1968 Michael Miles Rules

There are 14 boxes with varying points in them. You can choose boxes 1 to 12, or box 14. You cannot choose box 13. Which Box are you choosing? Your target is 600 points. Points available 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 800 1000 1200 1500 1800 2000

A share of Mystery box 13 Box 1 Name a UK county beginning with B Counties starting B Bedfordshire Berkshire Buckinghamshire If you chose Box 1

Did you get a correct county? Would you like to trade your box for a share of box 13? If not then you are awarded 400 points Box 2 Name a UK county beginning with C Counties beginning with C Cambridge Cheshire

Cornwall Cumbria If you chose Box 2 Did you get a correct county? Would you like to trade your box for a share of box 13? If not then you are awarded 800 points Box 3 Name a UK county beginning with D.

Box 3 Counties starting with D. Derbyshire Devon Dorset Durham If you chose Box 3 Did you get a correct county? Would you like to trade your box for a share of

box 13? If not then you are awarded 200 points Box 4 Name a UK county starting with H Box 4 Counties starting with H Hampshire Herefordshire Hertfordshire

If you chose Box 4 Did you get a correct county? Would you like to trade your box for a share of box 13? If not then you are awarded 1200 points Box 5 Name a UK county starting with L. Box 5

Counties starting with L Lancashire Leicestershire Lincolnshire If you chose Box 5 Did you get a correct county? Would you like to trade your box for a share of box 13? If not then you are awarded 100 points

Box 6 Name a UK county starting with N. Box 6 UK counties starting with N Norfolk Northamptonshire Northumberland North Yorkshire Nottinghamshire

If you chose Box 6 Did you get a correct county? Would you like to trade your box for a share of box 13? If not then you are awarded 2000 points Box 7 Name a UK county starting with O Box 7 UK county starting with O

Oxfordshire If you chose Box 7 Did you get a correct county? Would you like to trade your box for a share of box 13? If not then you are awarded 1000 points Box 8 Name a UK county starting with S

Box 8 Counties starting with S Salop Shropshire Somerset South Yorkshire Suffolk Staffordshire Surrey Sussex

If you chose Box 8 Did you get a correct county? Would you like to trade your box for a share of box 13? If not then you are awarded 0 points Box 9 Name a UK county starting with W Box 9 Counties starting with W

Warwickshire West Midlands West Sussex West Yorkshire Wiltshire Worcestershire If you chose Box 9 Did you get a correct county? Would you like to trade your box for a share of box 13?

If not then you are awarded 1500 points Box 10 Name a UK county starting with A or E Box 10 Counties starting with A or E Avon Essex East Sussex

If you chose Box 10 Did you get a correct county? Would you like to trade your box for a share of box 13? If not then you are awarded 500 points Box 11 Name a UK County starting with M Box 11 Counties starting with M

Merseyside Middlesex If you chose Box 11 Did you get a correct county? Would you like to trade your box for a share of box 13? If not then you are awarded 1800 points Box 12 Name a UK County starting with G

Box 12 Counties starting with G Gloucestershire Greater London Greater Manchester If you chose Box 12 Did you get a correct county? Would you like to trade your box for a share of box 13?

If not then you are awarded 300 points Box 14 Name a UK County starting with I,K or R Box 14 Counties starting with I,K or R Isle of Wight Kent Rutland

If you chose Box 14 Did you get a correct county? Would you like to trade your box for a share of box 13? If not then you are awarded 600 points Box 13 So you decided to opt for a share of Box 13 instead of opening your box did you? Box 13

5 other people also opted for Box 13, so you get a 1/6th share of the box This mystery box contains 4800 points So you get 800 points How are you doing? Your target on this round was to get 600 points. How well did you do? Your target on all 5 rounds to date is 1960 points. Are you meeting this target?

Generation Game 1971-1982 & 1990 - 2002 Rules In this round you must try to remember the 20 items and how many of each there are. You get 25 points for each you remember and a bonus 25 points if you correctly state how many there are. Your target is to remember 14 of them and to

correctly remember the numbers in 10 of those 14. This gives you a target of 24x25 = 600 points Generation Game Conveyor belt 25 points per item+ Bonuses Asparagus Avocados Beans

Beet Generation Game Conveyor belt Brussels Carrots Corn

Generation Game Conveyor Belt Cuddly Toys Generation Game Conveyor Belt Eggplants Fennel Garlic

Kohlrabi Leek Lettuce Generation Game Conveyor Belt Mushroom

Onion Generation Game Conveyor Belt Parsnip Peas Radish Shallots

Generation Game Let the thinking commence. No cheating, just write down as many of the items as you can remember and the number of each item. Generation Game Conveyor Belt 25 pts each item (25 pt bonus for correct number)

Asparagus 8 Garlic 2 Avocados 2

Kohlrabi 4 Beans 16 Leeks

6 Beet 3 Lettuce 2 Brussels

3 Mushroom 3 Carrots 3

Onions 8 Corn 1 Parsnip 8

Cuddly Toys 2 Peas 6 Eggplants

3 Radish 5 Fennel 3 Shallot

3 How well did you do? Did you meet the target of 600 points? The overall target has now reached 2560 points. Are you meeting this target? Pointless 24th August 2009 - present

Word Round Think of a word in the Oxford English Dictionary ending in OND The longer, more obscure your word the more points you will score. Points from 1 to 500 are available. What is your word? Your target is to get 140 points on this round.

The Junior Board ABSCOND 100 DISPOND 50 LOND

100 ALMOND 50 FISHPOND 100 MILLPOND

100 ARCSECOND 150 FOND 10

MUISHOND 300 AYOND 100 FROND 20

NURSEPOND 200 BACKBOND 100 GERLOND

150 OVERFOND 150 BEYOND 20 GIRLOND

150 POND 10 BLOND 10

GOND 100 RESPOND 50 BOND 10

GROND 100 RICHMOND 150 BROND

100 HOND 100 SECOND 20 COND

100 HORSEPOND 100 STOND 100

DESPOND 50 KEESHOND 300 STROND 100

DIAMOND 150 KHOND 250 YOND

100 And the big boys board!!! VAGABOND 350 MILLISECOND 400

CORRESPOND 350 FEMTOSECOND 500 ATTOSECOND 350

PICOSECOND 500 ALLHALLOND 350 MICROSECOND

400 TESTICOND 350 NANOSECOND 450 How did you do?

What did your word score? Did you beat the target of 140 points? The overall target in the first 7 rounds is 2700 points. Are you meeting this target? Winner Takes All 1975 1988 Rules There are now just 7 questions to go.

In this Round you will be asked a question and given 5 possible answers. You must choose just one of the answers. You must decide how many of your points you would like to gamble on your answer/ If you are correct you make that number of points profit. If you are wrong you lose that number of points. Turn your points into at least 10,000 to win the show. 7) How many English/British Monarchs have been named William, Henry, Edward, George or Richard

since 1066? (After Edward the Confessor and not counting Richard Cromwell) A 26 B 27 C

28 D 29 E 30

How many English/British Monarchs have been named William, Henry, Edward, George or Richard since 1066? (After Edward the Confessor and not counting Richard Cromwell) A 26 B 27

C 28 D 29 E

30 William 4 Henry 8 Edward 8 George 6 Richard 3 6) What is the TOTAL number of letters in these Shakespeare plays beginning with M? M. FOR ..E M.. OF .E M.. .. OF R M .. ..M M . .G

A B C D E 87 88 89 90

None of these What is the TOTAL number of letters in these Shakespeare plays beginning with M? MEASURE FOR MEASURE (17) MERCHANT OF VENICE (16) MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (19) MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM (20) MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (19) A

B C D E 87 88 89 90 None of these (91)

5) Which of the following countries has 3 capital cities? A Bolivia B Ivory Coast C

Nigeria D South Africa E Tanzania

Which of the following countries has 3 capital cities? A Bolivia (La Paz & Sucre) B Ivory Coast (Abidjan & Yamoussoukro)

C Nigeria (Abuja & Lagos) D South Africa (Bloemfontein, Cape Town, Pretoria) E

Tanzania (Dar Es Salaam & Dodoma) 4) At 6s and 7s How many of the following are correct references to at sixes and sevens? 1. An early French 2 dice game called Hazard because 6 and 7 are the most difficult numbers to get. 2.Chaucer set the world on 6 or 7 meaning to risk ones life. 3.In 1484 the Merchant Taylors and Skinners trading companies had their argument settled by agreeing to give dinner to the other on the 6th and 7th Feast days.

4.In the early 1960s Harold Macmillan was in a quandary as to whether to join the EEC 6 or the EFTA 7. (European Economic Community/European Free Trade Assoc) A B C D E 0

1 2 3 4 At 6s and 7s How many of the following are correct references to at sixes and sevens? 1. An early French 2 dice game called Hazard because 6 and 7 are the most difficult numbers to get. 2.Chaucer set the world on 6 or 7 meaning to risk ones life. 3.In 1484 the Merchant Taylors and Skinners trading companies had their

argument settled by agreeing to give dinner to the other on the 6th and 7th Feast days. 4.In the early 1960s Harold Macmillan was in a quandary as to whether to join the EEC 6 or the EFTA 7. (European Economic Community/European Free Trade Assoc) A B C D E

0 1 2 3 4 3) How many of the 18 First Class Cricket counties are Shire counties? A

7 B 8 C 9

D 10 E 11 How many of the 18 First Class Cricket counties are Shire counties? A

B C D E 7 8 9 10 11

Derbyshire, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Lancashire, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire, Yorkshire 2) Which university won the first University Challenge title in 1963? A Balliol College Oxford

B Keele University C Leicester University D Magdalen College Oxford

E New College Oxford Which university won the first University Challenge title in 1963? A Balliol College Oxford

B C D E Keele University Leicester University Magdalen College Oxford New College Oxford

1) If the politicians below were listed in age order, who would be in the middle? A David Miliband B Ed Miliband

C Nick Clegg D George Osborne E David Cameron

If the Politicians listed below were placed in age order, who would be in the middle? A David Miliband 15/7/1965 B Ed Miliband 24/12/1969

C Nick Clegg 7/1/1967 D George Osborne 23/5/1971

E David Cameron 9/10/1966 Thats all folks Did you manage to beat the target of 10,000 points? If so, well done! If not, then why not try

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