1 The heaviest swinging bell in England is in which cathedral? St Paul’s Cathedral
2 In medicine, dysphonia is difficulty in doing what? Speaking
3 Sophie, Mark and Jeremy are the three main characters in which UK Channel 4 television series? Peep Show
4 In computing, what does the ‘L’ in URL stand for? Locator
5 Which is the only sign of the Zodiac represented by an object, rather than a person or animal? Libra
6 What type of animal is a chital? Deer
7 Who became the first female Prime Minister of Israel, in 1969? Golda Meir
8 Who won the gold medal in light-heavyweight boxing in the 1960 Summer Olympics? Cassius Clay (Muhammed Ali)
9 What is the title of Take That’s first UK number one single? Pray
10 US actress Susan Tomalin is better known by what name? Susan Sarandon
11 Who plays Dr John Becker in the US television series ‘Becker’? Ted Danson
12 Freetown is the capital of which African country? Sierra Leone
13 Russian doctor Ivan Pavlov was known for his experiments on which animals? Dogs
14 Which British monarch died in October 1760? King George II
15 In nature, what are Spring and Neap? Tides
16 The Singapura is one of the smallest breeds of which animal? Cat
17 The First World War began during which month of 1914? July
18 Who wrote the 1963 novel ‘Ice Station Zebra’? Alistair MacLean
19 ‘The Fight of the Millennium’ took place in Las Vegas in September 1999 between Felix Trinidad and which other boxer? Oscar de la Hoya
20 In which year was the maximum speed limit of 70 mph introduced in the UK? 1965