1 Plaka is the old quarter of which European city? Athens
2 What do the French ‘Appellation d’Origine Controlee’ laws regulate? Wine
3 A malophile loves which fruit? Apples
4 Which actor played the title role in the 1968 film ‘Bullitt’? Steve McQueen
5 In which city is George Eliot’s novel ‘Romola’ set? Florence
6 Professor Philip Brainard, Wilson Croft and Martha George are all characters in which Disney film? Flubber
7 The Brockton Blockbuster was the nickname of which American boxer? Rocky Marciano
8 Hu Jintao became President of which country in 2003? China
9 Which British monarch was the first Head of the Commonwealth? King George VI
10 What does Nature require five of, Custom require seven of, Laziness take nine of and Wickedness take eleven of? Hours of sleep
11 Which US President is depicted on a $2 bank note? Thomas Jefferson
12 Speleology is the scientific study or exploration of what? Caves
13 Actors Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly appeared together on screen for the first time in which 1946 film? Ziegfeld Follies
14 ‘The Ego and the Id’, published in 1923, is the work of which neurologist? Sigmund Freud
15 John Alderton played teacher Bernard Hedges in which UK television series? Please Sir!
16 What was the first name of US army officer Custer, who died at the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876? George
17 Who is the title character in the Shakespeare play ‘The Merchant of Venice’? Antonio
18 Who released a 2011 album entitled ‘Born This Way’? Lady Gaga
19 Which British monarch was nicknamed ‘The Sailor King’? William IV
20 The city of Geneva is in which European country? Switzerland