1 Who directed the 1994 film ‘Natural Born Killers’? Oliver Stone
2 Didsbury, Ardwick and Fallowfield are all areas of which British city? Manchester
3 What is the surname of Cliff in the US television series ‘Cheers’? Clavin
4 French professional footballer Thierry Henry played for which English football club from 1999 Arsenal FC
5 In music, an axe is a slang term for which instrument? Guitar
6 Which English author said ‘Freedom is the right to tell people what they do not want to hear’? George Orwell
7 Anpan is a sweet roll, usually filled with red bean paste, which originates from which country? Japan
8 Which Shropshire town is known for its gingerbread? Market Drayton
9 Which vegetable is associated with a person who spends a lot of time sitting or lying down, usually watching television? (Couch) Potato
10 The Real Estate investments of which US President were investigated in the ‘Whitewater Scandal’? Bill Clinton
11 The disease bovine spongiform encephalopathy is commonly known by what name? Mad Cow Disease
12 Chirophobia is the irrational fear of which part of the body? Hands
13 In the 1964 film ‘Goldfinger’, what is the name of the team of Goldfinger’s all-female pilots? Flying Circus
14 ‘Boat Race’ is Cockney rhyming slang for which part of the body? Face
15 The unicorn on the British coat of arms represents which country? Scotland
16 Which birds are depicted on the corners of the 61st floor of the Chrysler Building in New York? Eagles
17 Late American singer/songwriter Buddy Holly was born in which state in 1936? Texas
18 In May 1987 the first ever Rugby Union World Cup was won by which nation? New Zealand
19 The early medieval inhabitants of which English county were known as the Cantwara? Kent
20 The Fat ‘what’ is a cake make nationally famous by Bettys Cafe Tea Rooms in North Yorkshire? Rascal