1 What value is a yellow Euro banknote? 200 Euros
2 On British television, who played fictional detectives Charley Farley and Piggy Malone? Ronnie Corbett and Ronnie Barker
3 The Marshall islands are in which body of water? Pacific Ocean
4 Which 1960 British film is subtitled ‘How to Win Without Actually Cheating’? School For Scoundrels
5 The Triton Fountain in the Piazza Barberini is in which Italian city? Rome
6 British comedian Jasper Carrott was a director of which English football club? Birmingham City FC
7 In the board game ‘Operation’, which part of ‘Cavity Sam’s’ body lights up if the player touches the metal edge with the tweezers while removing a body part? Nose
8 On a map of the London Underground, what colour is the Northern Line? Black
9 What colour jersey is worn by the best-placed rider under 26 years of age in the Tour de France? White
10 In the game of golf, an Albatross is how many strokes under par for a given hole? Three
11 What was the first name of British Field Marshall Kitchener, who played a central role in the early part of the First World War? Horatio
12 How many hurdles are in a 100 metre women’s hurdle race? 10
13 Abyssinia was the former name of which country? Ethiopia
14 What is the pin, or bolt, called which forms the pivot of a hinge? Pintle
15 Milwaukee Deep is the deepest part of which Ocean? Atlantic
16 In which English castle did King John die in 1216? Newark Castle
17 Who played Leonardo DiCaprio’s murdered father in the 2002 film ‘Gangs of New York’? Liam Neeson
18 Whipsnade Zoo is in which English county? Bedfordshire
19 An Ecdysiophile is a person who likes to watch others do what? Strip (undress)
20 The 2003 book ‘Trowel and Error’ is an autobiography of which British television presenter? Alan Titchmarch