Pub Quiz

The Sunday Telegraph - - Arts - COM­PILED BY GAVIN FULLER

1 Paul Ed­ding­ton played Jim Hacker in the orig­i­nal se­ries of Yes, Prime Min­is­ter (pic­tured, above), but who por­trayed the politi­cian in the 2013 tele­vi­sion re­make?

2 Dis­cov­ered by the Ger­man Antarc­tic Expedition in 1902, af­ter whom is the por­tion of the coast of Antarc­tica ly­ing be­tween Cape Penck and Cape Filch­ner named?

3 Which Liver­pool de­fender is the cur­rent cap­tain of Scot­land’s men’s foot­ball team?

4 What name is given to the In­done­sian bird (pic­tured,

above) first filmed in a 1996 David At­ten­bor­ough doc­u­men­tary (footage he achieved by drop­ping leaves on the for­est floor, which ir­ri­tated the bird into clear­ing them away)?

5 A Par­lia­men­tary Af­fair

was the first novel of which for­mer Con­ser­va­tive min­is­ter, who had one of th­ese with John Ma­jor?

6 Only two English women have won the U.S. Women’s Open golf cham­pi­onship. Laura Davies in 1987 was the first; who fol­lowed her ten years later?

7 The phrase “Oh, the hu­man­ity!” is taken from the com­men­tary by Amer­i­can jour­nal­ist Her­bert Mor­ri­son of which air­ship dis­as­ter in 1937?

8 To which Hollywood star, now mar­ried to An­nette Ben­ing, was Joan Collins (pic­tured, right) briefly en­gaged in the early 1960s?

9 When Eng­land won the Rugby World Cup in 2003, who, play­ing Num­ber 8, was the only mem­ber of the team to play every minute of their matches?

10 “Glory be to God on high and on Earth peace” is the clos­ing sen­tence of the in­scrip­tion above an 800ft-long mo­saic frieze on the out­side of which Lon­don con­cert venue?

11 Bill Ack­man is the CEO of which hedge fund man­age­ment com­pany, one of the world’s largest?

12 What was the real name of El Cid?

13 Which Eng­land crick­eter was the first male win­ner of Strictly Come Danc­ing?

14 Be­com­ing its first pres­i­dent when the Re­pub­lic of Turkey was founded in 1923, who is re­garded as the fa­ther of mod­ern Turkey?

15 Which nov­el­ist, who wrote in English de­spite it be­ing his third lan­guage, was born Józef Korzeniowski in Ukraine in 1857?

16 Gene Hack­man won two Os­cars dur­ing his ca­reer: Best Ac­tor in 1972 for his role as Jimmy Doyle and Best Sup­port­ing Ac­tor in 1993 for his role as Lit­tle Bill Daggett. What were the films on each oc­ca­sion?

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