1 Greenland is an autonomous country within the Kingdom of which other country? Denmark
2 Which Australian band released their album ‘Back in Black’ in July 1980? AC/DC
3 The WPBSA is the governing body of which sports? Snooker and billiards
4 English writer and raconteur Denis Charles Pratt, born December 1908 was better known by what name? Quentin Crisp
5 How many feet in a UK mile? 5280
6 Nocciola is Italian for which nut? Hazelnut
7 The Royal Shakespeare Company is based in which British town? Stratford-upon-Avon
8 What is the title of the third film in the ‘Twilight Saga’ series? Eclipse
9 In which English city was singer Chuck Berry’s live recording of ‘My Ding-A-Ling’ recorded in 1972? Coventry
10 The islands of Oahu, Molokai and Lanai are part of which US state? Hawaii
11 How many ‘Triangles’ are there on the logo of car manufacturer BMW? Four
12 Which US comedian was the first celebrity guest to appear as himself in a episode of the US television series ‘Hannah Montana’? Larry David
13 In which year did golfer Tiger Woods turn professional? 1996
14 Musician Richey Edwards, who went missing in February 1995, was the rhythm guitarist in which band? Manic Street Preachers
15 Developed by IBM, Deep Blue was a computer that played what? Chess
16 A group of which animals is known as a cackle? Hyenas
17 Which US record label was bought by Polygram in August 1993? Motown
18 Terry Molloy, David Gooderson and Julian Bleach have all portrayed which villain in the UK television series Dr Who? Davros
19 A ‘Flower Moon’ is the traditional name for the first full moon of which month of the year? May
20 What is the official fruit of New York, USA? Apple