1 ‘Alcea rosea’ is the Latin name for which common garden flower? Hollyhock
2 ‘The Valley of the ‘what’ is a 1966 novel by US author Jacqueline Susann? Dolls
3 Jess Wright, Chloe Sims, Lauren Pope and James Argent all appear in which British Television reality show? The Only Way Is Essex
4 Bryndza cheese is made from the milk of which animal? Sheep
5 In the British army, which rank is between Lieutenant and Major? Captain
6 What it the title of the second James Bond film, which opened in the UK in 1963? From Russia With Love
7 Euchre, Pinochle and Skat are all games played with what? Cards
8 The Gordon Bennett Cup, first awarded in 1906, is a prize in which sport? Gas Ballooning
9 On a standard dartboard, what number lies between 8 and 14? 11
10 The ‘Wolf Moon’ is the name of the full moon which occurs during which month of the year? January
11 In which century was the office of Black Rod created for the House of Lords in England? 14th Century
12 The name of which animal derives from the Native American word for ‘He who kills with one leap’? Jaguar
13 What were the names of the founder of British company JCB? Joseph Cyril Bamford
14 ‘Rock Paper Scissors’ is the title of an exhibition which opened in London’s Waddington Custot Galleries in November 2012 in celebration of the 80th birthday of which British artist? Sir Peter Blake
15 Who wrote the 1932 novel ‘Tobacco Road’? Erskine Caldwell
16 In which year was drug testing first introduced in the Summer Olympic Games? 1968
17 Who became British Prime Minister on November 1990? John Major
18 Which country is the only one to hold a Grand Slam Tennis Tournament on clay courts? France
19 Jamaica Inn is in which English county? Cornwall
20 What is a female hedgehog called? Sow