1 Who played the title role in the 1971 film ‘Klute’? Donald Sutherland
2 The Pitt Rivers Museum is in which English city? Oxford
3 What is a person who makes barrels or casks called? Cooper
4 Edmund Tudor, 1st Earl of Richmond and Lady Margaret Beaufort were the parents of which Engllish monarch? Henry VII
5 What did fictional detective Sherlock Holmes keep in the toe of his Persian slipper? Tobacco
6 How many planets are in our solar system have rings? Four
7 Red Max, Professor Pat Pending and Blubber Bear are characters in which children’s tv series? Wacky Races
8 Edouard Daladier became Prime Minister of which country in 1933? France
9 On a standard dartboard, what number lies opposite 17? Five
10 Which year does Michael J Fox travel back to in the 1985 film ‘Back to the Future’? 1955
11 Geel is Dutch for which colour? Yellow
12 Ascham, Clout and Limbs are all terms used in which sport? Archery
13 In which European country are the Lammermuir Hills? Scotland
14 In the game of Scrabble, a ‘Q’ tile is worth how many points? 10
15 Which British author and campaigner for women’s rights, born in 1880, was a pioneer of birth control? Marie Stopes
16 Author N.S. Norway is better known by what name? Nevil Shute
17 Incheon International Airport serves which Asian city? Seoul
18 What does the Latin phrase ‘Cave canem’ translate to in English? Beware of the dog
19 The Pontipines and the Tombliboos appear in which UK children’s tv programme? In the Night Garden
20 Who was Britain’s first divorced Prime Minister? Anthony Eden
21 What is the name of the sea which lies between the Philippines and Borneo? The Sulu Sea
22 Singer Sertab Erener won the 2003 Eurovision Song Contest for which country? Turkey
23 England’s largest free-standing Roman ruin is situated in which county? Shropshire
24 In the human body, the aorta carries blood from which organ? Heart
25 Which creatures are used as croquet balls in the novel ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’? Hedgehogs
26 Which English football team knocked both Liverpool FC and Chelsea FC out of the 2007/2008 FA Cup? Barnsley FC
27 In the Bible, what are the names of the two cities destroyed by God for their sins? Sodom and Gomorrah
28 What is the word for ‘lion’ in Swahili? Simba
29 What is the name of the sharp-toothed wheel inserted into the end of a spur? Rowel
30 Which Spanish artist painted the series known as ‘Fantasy and Invention’ in the 18th century? Francisco Goya