1 In 2007 at the Orsay Museum in Paris intruders ripped a hole in the painting ‘The Argenteuil Bridge’ by which artist? Claud Monet
2 Who was named the Greatest Briton of All Time in a 2002 poll? Winston Churchill
3 Which is the northernmost and westernmost station on the London Underground rail system? Chesham
4 Who played the title role in the 1994 film ‘Wyatt Earp’? Kevin Costner
5 Skopje is the capital of which European country? Macedonia
6 In which European city was Crimean War nurse Florence Nightingale born? Florence
7 The St John’s River is the longest river in which US state? Florida
8 Which NATO member country has the smallest population? Iceland
9 Sir Edward Burgh was the first husband of which wife of English monarch King Henry VIII? Catherine Parr
10 Nancy Astley and Kitty Butler are the main characters in which historical novel by Sarah Waters? Tipping the Velvet
11 English architect Sir Horace Jones designed which London bridge? Tower Bridge
12 A group of which birds is known as a ‘Charm’? Finches
13 On which island is the former royal residence Osborne House, built for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert? Isle of Wight
14 In the children’s fairytale, what was transformed into a carriage for Cinderella? Pumpkin
15 How many pins are in the back row in ten-pin bowling? Four
16 In which year was gender testing introduced in the Olympic Games? 1968
17 Which English monarch banned the sale and consumption of coffee in a bid to close coffee houses, claiming they were places where people met to plot against him? King Charles II
18 Who is the narrator on the UK television show The Only Way Is Essex? Denise van Outen
19 The Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) is named after the Roman goddess of what? The Dawn
20 Brazo is Spanish for which part of the body? Arm