1 Which classic sci-fi thriller was originally made in 1956 and re-made in 1978, with another version made in 1993? Invasion of the Body Snatchers
2 What is the capital of The Ivory Coast? Yamoussoukro
3 What is the oldest independent record label in Britain, founded in 1939? Topic Records
4 In the UK, what is the name of the pedestrian crossing with traffic lights that go green only when no more pedestrians are detected on the crossing by infrared detectors and mats? Puffin crossing
5 The Kruger National Park is located in which country? South Africa
6 In which European city is Richmond Bridge? London
7 In human anatomy, a buccula is a double what? Chin
8 Late actor John Elton Halliley was better known by what name? John Le Mesurier
9 In the children’s story by the Brothers Grimm, the rooster, cat, dog and donkey are known as the Town Musicians of where? Bremen
10 What is the name of Elliott’s dog in the 1982 film ‘ET’? Harvey
11 St Joseph’s Day is celebrated during which month of the year? March -19th
12 The town of Nokia is in which European country? Finland
13 In the game of Bingo, ‘Cup of Tea’ is the nickname of which number? Three
14 What is the name of the fictional planet which is the homeworld of the ‘Transformers’? Cybertron
15 What was the name of Clement Freud’s late artist brother? Lucian Freud
16 Which country will be hosting the 2014 Winter Olympic Games? Russia
17 Who wrote the 1942 song ‘White Christmas’? Irving Berlin
18 British sportswoman Anita Lonsbrough won a 1960 Olympic Gold medal in which sport? Swimming
19 Svengali is the hypnotic musician in which George du Maurier novel? Trilby
20 A lumpsucker is what type of creature? Fish