1 During which month of the year is the Crufts Dog Show held in the UK? March
2 In which year did Italy join the Six Nations (then Five Nations) Rugby Union Championship? 2000
3 In Britain, who does the Best Man traditionally sit next to at a wedding reception? Groom’s mother
4 The Banoffee Pie was invented at the Hungry Monk restaurant in which English county? East Sussex
5 Who played British fictional television detective Freddie Spender? Jimmy Nail
6 Who wrote the novel ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’? Ken Kesey
7 Visage is French for which part of the body? Face
8 In 2012, Bradford City FC presented the Dalai Lama with a personalised club shirt with which number on the back? 14
9 ‘The Stolen Generations’ were children of which country who were taken from their families to be adopted or brought up by the state? Australia
10 ‘The Entertainer’ by Scott Joplin is the theme tune for which 1973 film? The Sting
11 In computing, what does SRAM stand for? Static random-access memory
12 Late actress Greta Garbo was born in which country? Sweden
13 ‘The Long March’ took place in which country in 1934-35? China
14 What is the title of the only published novel by J D Salinger? The Catcher in the Rye
15 The River Danube empties into which body of water? Black Sea
16 British comedians Graeme Garden, Tim Brooke-Taylor and Bill Oddie were collectively known as who? The Goodies
17 Which number is the title of singer Beyonce’s 2011 album? 4
18 In which year was the Cannes Film Festival founded? 1946
19 The first Wendy’s restaurant was opened in 1969 in which US state? Ohio
20 Who won the 2003 BBC Sports Personality of the Year award? Jonny Wilkinson