2 Which 1968 film is partially based on the novel ‘Sentinel’ by Arthur C Clarke? 2001:A Space Odyssey
3 A labeorphilist collects what type of bottles? Beer bottles
4 What was the pen-name of British writer Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch? Q
5 Remy, Colette Tatou and Anton Ego are all characters in which 2007 Disney film? Ratatouille
6 What is the ‘Fifth Pillar of Islam’? The Hajj
7 How many events are in a tetrathlon? Four
8 In which country was the radio telescope situated that transmitted pictures all over the world of Neil Armstrong walking on the moon in 1969? Australia
9 Which Peanuts cartoon character is famous for saying ‘There is no heavier burden than a great potential’? Linus
10 Which is the largest of the Balearic Islands? Majorca
11 In sport, what does NABBA stand for? National Amateur Body-Builders Association
12 What was the first name of the wife of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill? Clementine
13 In car manufacturing, what does BMW stand for in English? Bavarian Motor Works
14 Who was the mother of King James I of England? Mary, Queen of Scots
15 In 2010, who became Germany’s youngest President at the age of 51? Christian Wulff
16 Which island group became known as The Friendly Islands? Tonga
17 What is the title of the fourth Harry Potter film? Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
18 Ambridge is the home of which BBC series? The Archers
19 In June 1971, who was the first indigenous Australian to become a member of the Parliament of Australia? Neville Bonner
20 Which English television presenter served as the High Sheriff of The Isle of Wight between 2008 and 2009? Alan Titchmarsh