1 Ray’s Jazz Cafe is situated inside which famous London bookshop? Foyles
2 Bombora, Iceberg, Eristoff and Chopin are all brands of which alcoholic drink? Vodka
3 Edward of Woodstock, The Black Prince, was the father of which English monarch? King Richard II
4 Who played Tracy di Vicenzo in the 1969 James Bond film ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’? Diana Rigg
5 Mageirocophobia is the fear of doing what in the home? Cooking
6 Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair was born in which British city? Edinburgh
7 In June 1972, Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney founded which electronics and video games company? Atari
8 Which British Olympic swimmer has a pub named after them in the town of Mansfield? Rebecca Adlington
9 In zoology, what is the term for animals that eat various or all kinds of food? Polyphagous
10 Children with the medical condition hyperlexia have an advanced ability to do what? Read
11 Who plays Jack Regan in the 2012 film ‘The Sweeney’? Ray Winstone
12 Xuan (or Shuen) paper is commonly known by what name? Rice paper
13 The Greek statue ‘Discobolus’ is better known by what name? The Discus Thrower
14 Who was the father of American singer-songwriter Norah Jones? Ravi Shankar
15 Dorado is Spanish for which colour? Gold
16 Late British singer-songwriter John Simon Ritchie was better known by what name? Sid Vicious
17 What is the second most traded commodity in the world value wise? Coffee
18 Who became the youngest winner of FHM’s ‘Sexiest Woman in the World’ award in 2006? Keira Knightly
19 The New York Rangers represent the city in which sport? Ice Hockey
20 Which British entertainer, born June 1960, played football for Barnet FC at the same time as Jimmy Greaves? Bradley Walsh