1 Which English football club is nicknamed ‘The Red Devils’? Manchester United
2 Who was the first Polish Pope in history? Pope John Paul II
3 The island of St Helena lies in which body of water? Atlantic Ocean
4 A sorel is which male animal in its third year? Fallow deer
5 A Caduceus, a staff with two serpents twined around it, is associated with which profession? Medical profession
6 Drugs baron Franz Sanchez is a character in which 1989 James Bond film? Licence to Kill
7 In Judaism, what is the name of the period of seven days of formal mourning for the dead, which begins immediately after the funeral? Shiva
8 18th Century philosopher, writer and composer Jean-Jacques Rousseau was born in which European city? Geneva
9 Galle, Le Vernier, Lassell, Arago and Adams are all rings round which planet? Neptune
10 ‘Ik hou van jou’ is Dutch for what? I love you
11 A ‘Beaver Moon’ is the first full moon which occurs during which month of the year? November
12 The novels ‘The Tropic of Cancer’ and ‘The Tropic of Capricorn’ were written by which author? Henry Miller
13 How many emirates make up the Untied Arab Emirates? Seven
14 ‘The Adventure Home’ is the sequel to which 1993 film? Free Willy
15 Who won a place in the 1983 Guinness Book of Records for writing the most novels in a single year? Barbara Cartland (23 novels)
16 Baldy Mountain is the highest peak in which range of mountains in New Mexico? Cimarron Range
17 Attributed to Julius Caesar, what does the phrase ‘Alea iacta est’ translate to in English? The die has been cast
18 ‘Probably the best lager in the world’ is the advertising slogan for which brand of lager? Carlsberg
19 In which year was the first FA Cup Final played? 1872
20 In August 1960 Chad, in Central Africa, became independent from which country? France