1 Violinist Yehudi Menuhin was born in which City? New York
2 In cricket, which nation won the 2009 Ashes series? England
3 The islands of Jura, Sanday, Shapinsay and Balta belong to which European country? Scotland
4 Which US President had children named Tricia and Julie? Richard Nixon
5 In the UK television series ‘Dad’s Army’, what was Lance-Corpopal Jack Jones occupation? Butcher
6 In Greek mythology, who is the goddess of the rainbow? Iris
7 Which hymn is traditionally played before the start of the FA Cup Final? Abide With Me
8 Stargazy Pie originated in which English county? Cornwall
9 What is the longest side called on a right-angled triangle? Hypotenuse
10 Prosciutto is what type of foodstuff? Ham
11 Sergeant Tibbs is the name of the barn cat in which Disney film? 101 Dalmations
12 What was the name of the submarine in which film director James Cameron made a solo descent to the deepest place in the Pacific ocean in March 2012? Deepsea Challenger
13 What is the minimum alcohol drinking age in bars in Iceland? 20 years
14 What type of creature is Snowball in the 1945 novel ‘Animal Farm’? Pig
15 Black Sigatoka is a leaf spot disease of which fruit plant? Banana
16 Which game was nicknamed ‘Wiff Waff’? Table tennis
17 Paul Weller was the lead singer in which 1970’s/1980’s band? The Jam
18 Which Australian cricket ground is known as ‘The Gabba’? Brisbane Cricket Ground
19 What does the Latin phrase ‘Errare humane est’ translate to in English? To err is human
20 Which US singer married Debbie Reynolds, Elizabeth Taylor and Connie Stevens? Eddie Fisher