1 What is the US state capital of Idaho? Boise
2 What was the first name of 18th Century English poet Lord Byron? George
3 What is the main ingredient of the dish lutefisk? Fish
4 In the children’s tv cartoon series, who is Inspector Gadget’s arch enemy? Dr Claw
5 The Sopot International Song Festival is held annually in which European country? Poland
6 What is the title of the only ‘Carry On’ film in which US actor Phil Silvers appeared? Follow That Camel
7 Liberation Day is celebrated in the Netherlands during which month of the year? May – 5th
8 Which English Lord led the Charge of the Light Brigade at the Battle of Balaclava in 1854? Lord Cardigan
9 In which continent is the Beardmore Glacier? Antarctica
10 The Republic of the Union of Myanmar is otherwise known by what name? Burma
11 Which French driver won the 1996 Monaco Grand Prix, his first Formula One victory? Olivier Panis
12 What is the name of the German origin biscuit baked in a looped knot and often glazed with salt. Pretzel
13 Which British comedian’s catchphrase was ‘Just like that’? Tommy Cooper
14 Ainsley Harriot was once head chef at which UK cricket ground? Lord’s
15 In politics, psephology is the study of what? Elections
16 Ligustrum Ovalifolium is the Latin name for which shrub? Privet
17 In which country was US politician Henry Kissinger born? Germany
18 What is the name of Romeo’s friend and cousin in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet? Benvolio
19 Astrakhan is the curly hair of which young animal? Lamb
20 Nguyen Tan Dung became Prime Minister of which country in June 2006? Vietnam
21 What does the Latin phrase ‘Caveat emptor’ translate to in English? Let the buyer beware
22 Lyon (or Lyons) is the capital of which French departement? Rhone
23 Which national football team is nicknamed ‘Bafana Bafana’? South Africa
24 In mathematics, acute, obtuse and reflex are all types of what? Angles
25 What relation was Napoleon III of France to Napoleon I of France? Nephew
26 Which US state is known as the ‘Bluegrass State’? Kentucky
27 Who played Ron Kovic in the 1989 film ‘Born on the Fourth of July’? Tom Cruise
28 Which planet in our solar has the longest year, equal to 164 Earth years? Neptune
29 Who wrote the 1804 poem ‘Jerusalem’? William Blake
30 Where on the body would a Hoxton Fin be worn? Head