1 How many players are on the field at one time in an American Football team? Eleven
2 ZZ Tripp is a tribute band to which famous band? ZZ Top
3 What was the only film directed by Cecil B DeMille in which actor John Wayne appeared? Reap The Wild Wind
4 SHAPE (Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe) is located in which European country? Belgium
5 The 1968 MCC tour of South Africa was cancelled when the South Africans refused to accept the presence of which England cricket player? Basil D’Oliveira
6 What is the name of the holiday camp in the UK television series ‘Hi De Hi’? Maplins
7 In 1966, in an interview with a London Evening Standard reporter, which Beatle stated that they had become ‘More popular than Jesus’? John Lennon
8 What was the name of the Belfast shipyard in which RMS Titanic was built? Harland and Wolff
9 On a standard dartboard, which number lies between 12 and 20? 5
10 In which year did students first enrol in the Open University in the UK 1971
11 Which actor became the 38th Governor of California, USA in 2003? Arnold Schwarzenegger
12 In the human body, which pigment is primarily responsible for the colour of skin? Melanin
13 Who was the second wife of US actor Tom Cruise? Nicole Kidman
14 The ‘Squiddy Awards’ (or The Squiddies) are awarded for achievement in what type of publication? Comics
15 Rialto, Scalzi and Constitution are all bridges in which European city? Venice
16 On a map of the London Undergound rail system what colour is the District Line? Green
17 American author John Steinbeck was born in which US state? California
18 In astronomy, the ‘Aurora Borealis’ is better known by what name? The Northern Lights
19 Michael J Fox travels back to which year in the Wild West in the 1990 film ‘Back To The Future Part III’? 1885
20 Andy Coulson resigned as editor of which British newspaper in 2007? News of the World
21 The James Bond film ‘You Only Live Twice’ is set in which country? Japan
22 Which two English footballers had a hit single with ‘Diamond Lights’ in 1987? Glenn Hoddle and Chris Waddle
23 Who wrote ‘If you can keep your head when all about you/Are losing theirs and blaming it on you….’? Rudyard Kipling
24 How many noggins are in an Imperial pint? Four
25 What type of creature is a shad? Fish
26 Who played Phil Archer in the BBC radio series ‘The Archers’? Norman Painting
27 ‘Lovers of the Stinking Rose’ have a great fondness for what? Garlic
28 Broken Heart, Charley Horse, Wish Bone and Brain Freeze are all parts of which board game? Operation
29 In a standard game of chess, how many bishops does each player start with? Two
30 The Nansen Basin contains the lowest part of which ocean? Arctic ocean