Earlier this year we worked on the questions for ‘The Code’, a new BBC1 quiz show hosted by Matt Allwright, along with our own Lesley-Anne Brewis as the resident quiz expert. It starts on Monday 18th April, and is on every weekday at 2:15pm (and of course on iPlayer) until May 20th. We’ll post links to […]
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Entries by Jack Waley-Cohen
Please don’t ask us for a male QuizMaster. Or a female one. Or a fat one. Or an old one. Or a gay one. Or a non-[enter name of religion here] one. etc. etc. We’ve written about this before. We have, perhaps half a dozen times in the last 10+ years that we’ve been running […]
One of our most experienced QuizMasters, Brewis, faced an interesting challenge earlier this month: run a 45 minutes quiz for 50 people, all from Norway (+ 1 from Sweden), on an away weekend in the Cotswolds. Brewis picks up the story: “As I was preparing the quiz for this very specific audience, I realised that […]
We’ve written before about different methods for marking answer sheets. Our method at QuizQuizQuiz quiz nights is always to mark them ourselves. The Quiz Master or assistant will do all the marking: compared to other methods, it’s quicker, more accurate, and crucially (for the purpose of comparison in this blog post) helps with the atmosphere of […]
Another guest post by Barry Bridges, a veteran QQQ QuizMaster As I near the first decade of my QuizMastery at QuizQuizQuiz, I feel it’s the right time to let you into a little secret. First though, you need to promise not to tell anyone. Promise? In which case, it’s time for a revelation: I HATE […]
This is a guest post by veteran QuizQuizQuiz QuizMaster Barry Bridges. I’ve been inspired to put pen to paper (or should that be finger to keyboard?) following a quiz that I ran last night which involved a very challenging, complicated audience. They weren’t challenging because they were loud, rude or rowdy – far from it […]
Here is a video of a talk given by our QuizMaster Jack at an event in Leeds recently on the topic of pub quiz cheating. The event was Bettakultcha, in which a dozen or so speakers talk on different topics for just 5 minutes – and none of the 400+ audience know what the topics […]
We have just launched our Christmas Prize Quiz. You can do it online or use the print-friendly version to test your family and friends. We will be giving away £50 in Amazon vouchers – and to be in contention for that, you need to submit your answers online before midnight UK time on 6th January. In addition, […]
I travelled to Durham on Wednesday to take part in a pub quiz – which is a long way to go from London (where I live) at the best of times, but it was even further to go given that on Wednesday morning I was in Lithuania. But there was a good reason for the […]
This post is all about why we don’t use jokers in QuizQuizQuiz Quiz Nights. And by jokers we mean a device with which a team can get extra points (usually double points) for a round in the quiz. Jokers are ideally suited to 10×10 style quizzes – quizzes in which there are 10 rounds of […]
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@astandy By most sources, not seen as part of South America. But, thanks, when this q is reused, will tighten up wording to avoid any doubt
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@paperclipracket Surely not! (=thank you. Now fixed. Please try again)
I've run three quizzes in that Wandsworth venue. Hope the returning officer has his own PA system.
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