1 On the human body, Walrus, Pencil and Toothbrush are all types of what? Moustache
2 Which mountain is known as ‘The White Spider’? Eiger (North Face)
3 Spumoni is what type of foodstuff? Ice cream
4 Members of the 1966 World Cup winning English football team, Bobby Moore, Martin Peters and Geoff Hurst played for which league team? West Ham FC
5 What is the name of the four-footed herbivorous dinosaurs, with small heads and a double row of large bony plates along the back? Stegosaurus
6 ‘The history of all the hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles’ is part of the first chapter of which publication? The Communist Manifesto
7 In which colour strip does the England football team traditionally play home games? White
8 What is the name of the wizard and Leader of the Fellowship of the Ring in Tolkein’s ‘The Lord of the Rings’? Gandalf
9 Orso is Italian for which animal? Bear
10 What is the first name of Jamaican-born retired boxer Razor Ruddock? Donovan
11 The Notting Hill Carnival in London is held during which month of the year? August
12 Which composer wrote the ‘Brandenburg Concertos’? Johann Sebastian Bach
13 What was the name of the 1960’s rock band which comprised Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, Steve Winwood and Ric Grech? Blind Faith
14 Which are the four Fixed Signs of the Zodiac? Taurus, Virgo, Scorpio, Aquarius
15 What colour cape does Batman’s sidekick Robin wear in the 1960’s television series? Yellow
16 Jack Nicholson played Randle McMurphy in which film? One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
17 In 1942, what was the US President’s summer home Camp David named by Franklin D Roosevelt? Camp Shangri -La
18 In the game of snooker, which coloured ball, after the first coloured ball after all the red balls have been potted, should be sunk second? Green
19 A florican is what type of creature? Bird
20 What is the Latin phrase ‘ad lib’ short for? Ad libitum