1 An onager is what type of animal? Ass
2 What was the name of the elder brother of Napoleon I of France, who became King of Spain in 1808? Joseph (Guiseppe)
3 The Spectre organisation first featured in which James Bond film? Dr No
4 Poire is French for which fruit? Pear
5 What is the name of the fictional vicar played by Dawn French in the UK television series ‘The Vicar of Dibley’? (Boadicea) Geraldine Granger
6 Who won the Golden Ball Award for best player at the 2006 FIFA World Cup? Zinedine Zidane
7 Who wrote and recorded the 1966 song ‘Mellow Yellow’? Donovan
8 Which English football club play their home games at White Hart Lane? Tottenham Hotspur
9 Who was the mother of British monarch King George V? Alexandra of Denmark
10 ‘Half the World Away’ by Oasis is the theme tune to which UK television series? The Royle Family
11 The Metro Shopping Centre is in which English town? Gateshead
12 Composers Beethoven and Schubert both died after completing which number symphony? Nine
13 Nani, Cobra Bubbles and Captain Gantu are all characters in which Disney film? Lilo and Stitch
14 Which two numbers on a phone keypad have no letters? 1 and 0
15 Which US state is known as The Land of Enchantment? New Mexico
16 Boxer Primo Carnera was known as the ‘Ambling ‘what’? Alp
17 Which is the smallest state by area in the US? Rhode Island
18 What does the Latin phrase ‘Res ipsa loquitur’ translate to in English? The thing speaks for itself
19 What are the name of the green flower buds used in tartar sauce? Capers
20 Who became Prime Minister of India in January 1966? Indira Gandhi