1 Which band released a 2008 album entitled ‘Konk’? The Kooks
2 ‘Motion and Emotion’ is the advertising slogan for which car manufacturer? Peugot
3 Mount Apo is the highest point in which Asian country? Philippines
4 What does the Latin phrase ‘Ab aeterno’ translate to in English? From the beginning of time (From eternity)
5 In the novel Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, what is the name of the headmaster of Lowood Institution? Mr Brocklehurst
6 What is the US state capital of Utah? Salt Lake City
7 In the game of Scrabble, how many points is a ‘P’ tile worth? Three
8 Who does John Wayne play in the 1960 film ‘The Alamo’? Davy Crockett
9 The ‘Rodney Riots’ took place on which Caribbean island in October 1968? Jamaica
10 What was the name of Adolph Hitler’s German Shepherd dog? Blondi
11 What is the family surname in the 2003 film ‘Cheaper By The Dozen’, starring Steve Martin? Baker
12 ‘Ionawr’ is Welsh for which month of the year? January
13 The 1950 FIFA World Cup was held in which country? Brazil
14 Which English religious leader founded The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in the 17th Century? George Fox
15 Protophobia is the fear of disease or pain in which part of the body? Rectum
16 Who played Dolly Levi in the 1969 film ‘Hello Dolly’? Barbra Streisand
17 1962 saw the first trans-Atlantic satellite broadcast via which satellite? Telstar
18 The US Statue of Liberty is the work of which French sculptor? Frederic Auguste Bartholdi
19 Professor Caractacus Pott appears in which children’s novel by Ian Fleming? Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
20 According to the folklore of which European country, Santa Claus has a brother called Bells Nichols? France