1 Which plant has the Latin name Ribes Rubrum? Redcurrant
2 Which business directory had the ‘Walking Fingers’ logo? Yellow Pages
3 Which British rock band’s original line-up was Syd Barrett, Nick Mason, Roger Waters and Richard Wright? Pink Floyd
4 What is the name of a surface weather condition in a snow-covered area in which no object casts a shadow, and only dark objects can be seen? White-out
5 Which 2010 film stars Mila Kunis as Lily and Natalie Portman as Nina Sayers? Black Swan
6 Which US bus company was founded in Minnesota in 1914? Greyhound (Lines Inc)
7 Adam Levine is the lead singer of which US pop rock band? Maroon 5
8 Which baby pram company, founded in 1877, provided the baby carriage to King George VI for Princess Elizabeth? Silver Cross
9 What was the maiden name of Jemima, ex-wife of cricketer Imran Khan? Goldsmith
10 Which plant, used as a herb, is also known as barbed-wire grass? Lemongrass
11 Which institution, based in Northern Ireland and founded in 1796, has a name which is a tribute to the Dutch-born Protestant king of England, Ireland and Scotland? Orange Order/Lodge
12 What is the title of the 1984 film starring singer Prince as The Kid? Purple Rain
13 Actor David Prowse portrayed which character in a road safety awareness campaign for children in the UK? Green Cross Man
14 The original motto of which organisation was ‘Amidst War, Charity’? Red Cross
15 Which chemical element has the symbol Pt? Platinum
16 Which ancient European period came before the Iron Age? Bronze Age
17 What is the name of a person who forges and shapes iron with an anvil and hammer? Blacksmith
18 Norman ‘who’ wrote and recorded the 1969 hit single ‘Spirit in the Sky’? Greenbaum
19 What is the name of the unofficial accolade given to passenger liners crossing the Atlantic Ocean in regular service with the record highest speed? The Blue Riband
20 Richard Attenborough played which gang member in the 1947 film ‘Brighton Rock’? Pinkie Brown