1 The theme tune to the UK television series ‘The South Bank Show’ is by which composer? Andrew Lloyd Webber
2 How wide, in yards, is a polo field? 160 yards
3 A spleenwort is what type of plant? Fern
4 Which Paris airport opened in March 1974? Charles de Gaulle Airport
5 Oscar Madison and Felix Unger are better known as which fictional Neil Simon characters? The Odd Couple
6 Noss, Unst, Lamba and Foula are part of which Scottish island group? Shetland
7 In which country is the 1961 Gothic horror film ‘The Pit and the Pendulum’ set? Spain
8 What is the 23rd letter of the Greek alphabet? Psi
9 Ellen Louise Axson was the wife of which US President? Woodrow Wilson
10 The Mangla Dam is in which Asian country? Pakistan
11 Who is the speaking voice of Esmeralda in the 1996 Disney film ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’? Demi Moore
12 Which English football club is nicknamed ‘The Foxes’? Leicester City FC
13 Which American footballer player was nicknamed ‘The Refrigerator’? William Perry
14 In the US television show ‘The Simpson’s’, what colour are Bart’s shorts? Blue
15 In Greek mythology, what is the name of the son of Daedelus, for whom Dadaelus made wings from feathers and wax so he could escape Crete, but the wax melted when he flew too near to the Sun, and he fell into the sea and drowned? Icarus
16 Scaramanga’s servant Nick Nack is a character in which James Bond film? The Man With the Golden Gun
17 What was late singer Michael Jackson’s first solo UK number one hit single? One Day In Your Life
18 Which British boxer is nicknamed ‘King Khan’? Amir Khan
19 Who wrote the 1873 novel ‘Around the World in Eighty Days’? Jules Verne
20 What does the Latin phrase ‘Videre est credere’ translate to in English? Seeing is believing