1 Who plays Huggy Bear Brown in the 2004 film ‘Starsky and Hutch’? Snoop Dogg
2 Who scored the first 147 (maximum) break in a World Snooker Championship? Cliff Thorburn _ 1983
3 Which English monarch formed The Yeomen of the Guard? Henry VII
4 A durian is what type of foodstuff? Fruit
5 In the UK, ‘An Act for the better securing the Liberty of the Subject, and for the Prevention of Imprisonment beyond the seas’ is commonly known by what name? The Habeas Corpus Act
6 Which singer released a 1993 album entitled ‘Music Box’? Mariah Carey
7 US President Herbert Hoover belonged to which political party? Republican Party
8 George Burns and Walter Matthau starred in which 1975 film about two ageing vaudevillains? The Sunshine Boys
9 Which country hosted the 2010 FIBA World Championship international basketball tournament? Turkey
10 The forerunner of the Internet, what does ARPANET stand for? Advanced Research Projects Agency NETwork
11 In the Harry Potter series of books, who teaches Potions at Hogwarts School? Severus Snape
12 Mamucium was the Roman name for which English city? Manchester
13 Who was the captain of the English cricket team which won the 2005 Ashes victory over Australia? Michael Vaughan
14 Roman numerals MCMLXXIV represent which year? 1974
15 What is the Hebrew word for the underworld or the abode of the dead? Sheol
16 How many points are scored for a dropped goal in rugby league? One
17 ‘The Persistence of ‘what’ is a 1931 painting by Salvador Dali? Memory
18 Constanze Weber married which composer in 1782? Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
19 St Patrick’s Day falls during which month of the year? March
20 Pan Troglodytes is the scientific name for which animal? Chimpanzee