1 On UK television, what does TOWIE stand for? The Only Way Is Essex
2 The Creamfields Dance Music Festival takes place annually in which English county? Cheshire
3 The London Bridge, built in 1831, was transported stone by stone to which US state? Arizona
4 In the poem ‘Monday’s Child’, what is Wednesday’s child full of? Woe
5 In which year was women’s football officially introduced into the Summer Olympics? 1996
6 In London in 1788, the ‘Daily Universal Register’ was relaunched as which newspaper? The Times
7 Which sea creature has been adopted as the symbol of the Parramatta Rugby League Club in Sydney, Australia? Eel
8 What is the first name of Mildred’s sister in the UK television sitcom ‘George and Mildred’? Ethel
9 Which clothing chain was founded by brothers Clemens and August Brenninkmeijer in 1841? C&A
10 Falange was the name given to several political movements and parties dating from the 1930’s in which European country? Spain
11 19th Century Hungarian-born newspaper proprietor, whose first name was Joseph, had which award named after him? Pulitzer (Prize)
12 Freddy Eynsford Hill is a character in which play? Pygmalion
13 Which breed of dog won Best In Show at Crufts 2011? Flatcoated Retriever
14 YMCA stands for which worldwide organisation? Young Men’s Christian Association
15 The format of which British television show is based on the American show ‘College Bowl’? University Challenge
16 The Buckingham Fountain, built in 1927, is in which US city? Chicago
17 Euronext is an electronic stock exchange based in which European city? Amsterdam
18 The alcoholic drink Absinthe originated in which European country? Switzerland
19 The company ‘Longines’ are famous for manufacturing which luxury items? Watches
20 In the US television show ‘The Simpsons’, what colour dress does Marge normally wear? Green
21 In sport, what does UEFA stand for? Union of European Football Associations
22 Who became Prime Minister of New Zealand in August 1989? Geoffrey Palmer
23 Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock play sisters from a long line of witches in which 1998 film? Practical Magic
24 Which is the second longest river in Africa? Congo River
25 In the novel ‘Jane Eyre’ by Charlotte Bronte, what is the name of Mr Rochester’s first wife? Bertha Mason
26 Which fictional character is the subject of George Frampton’s bronze statue in Kensington Gardens, London? Peter Pan
27 Actress Audrey Hepburn won her only Oscar for which film? Roman Holiday
28 On a mobile phone keypad, the letters ‘tuv’ are on which number button? 8
29 What was the name of the tavern in London where the Masonic Grand Lodge of England was founded in the 18th Century? Goose and Gridiron
30 Actress Betty Joan Perske is better known by what name? Lauren Bacall