1 ‘Bertha and Bernie’ is a 1961 painting by which British artist? David Hockney
2 Banjul is the capital of which African country? Gambia
3 In which US city does Macaulay Culkin end up at Christmas time in Home Alone 2? New York
4 The fictitious station of Walford East, which features in the UK television series ‘Eastenders’, replaces which London Underground station on the tube map? Bromley-By-Bow
5 The ‘Althing’ is the national parliament of which country? Iceland
6 Which British group were banned from performing in the US for four years in the 1960’s? The Kinks
7 How many people ride each elephant in the game of Elephant Polo? Two
8 Sheppey and Canvey are islands in which English river estuary? River Thames
9 In which country is Lake Chapala? Mexcico
10 Which 18th Century English industrialist produced an anti-slave medallion which included the words ‘Am I not a man and a brother’? Josiah Wedgwood
11 Conglomerations of frozen ice crystals which fall through the Earth’s atmosphere are commonly known as what? Snowflakes
12 Bucket, Poison Ivy, Cincinnati and Pumpkin are all terms used in which sport/game? Ten-pin bowling
13 Juan Velasco Alvarado became President of the Revolutionary Government in October 1968 in which south American country? Peru
14 Celine Dion won the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest for which country? Switzerland
15 What is a score of 40-all otherwise known as in the game of tennis? Deuce
16 Footballer Mario Balotelli joined which English football club in 2010? Manchester City
17 In the human body, which teeth are known as the ‘cutting teeth’? Incisors
18 Apart from a clan, what is another name the collective term for a group of hyenas? Cackle
19 In which country is the 2008 film ‘The Hurt Locker’ set? Iraq
20 Ichicascadiggaphobia is the fear of which part of the body? Elbows