1 What is the abbreviation for the US state of Tennessee? TN
2 What is the name of the female friend of children’s television puppet Andy Pandy? Looby Loo
3 In 2000, British television chef Jamie Oliver became the face of which supermarket chain? Sainsbury
4 Bhutan is bordered by which two countries? China and India
5 In May 1990, the World Health Organisation removed what from its list of mental disorders? Homosexuality
6 Dienstag is German for which day of the week? Tuesday
7 How many points is a ‘W’ tile worth in the game of Scrabble? 4
8 In the 2006 film ‘Snakes on a Plane’, the plane takes off from which US state? Hawaii
9 In the book ‘A Bear Called Paddington’ by Michael Bond, what is the name of the Browns’ housekeeper? Mrs Bird
10 Which African country changed its capital city from Zomba to Lilongwe in January 1975? Malawi
11 US actor Joseph Yule Jr, born September 1920, is better known by what name? Mickey Rooney
12 ‘If I should die, think only this of me: That there is some corner of a foreign field. That is forever England’ is from which poem by Rupert Brooke The Soldier
13 Who was elected Prime Minister of Australia in March 1983? Bob Hawke
14 Tonitrophobia is the fear of which weather condition? Thunder
15 The name of which Suzuki motorbike model is Japanese for peregrine falcon? Hayabusa
16 In a 1993 episode of ‘The Simpson’s’ television show, entitled ‘Rosebud’, which US rock band were featured providing music and voices for animated versions of themselves? Ramones
17 Which of the elements has the lowest boiling point? Helium
18 The Fujita-Pearson Scale is a scale for rating the intensity of what? Tornados
19 The drummer of which band was the winner of the 2011 UK television show ‘Strictly Come Dancing’? McFly (Harry Judd)
20 The ‘Shining Path’ is another name for the Communist Party of which South American country? Peru