1 How many birds are depicted on the logo of food and confectionery company Nestle? Three
2 The Five Sisters of ‘where’ appear in a story told in the novel ‘Nicholas Nickleby’ by Charles Dickens? York
3 Which US city hosted the 2002 Winter Olympic Games? Salt Lake City
4 Jeanne Louise Calment, the only person confirmed to have reached over 122 years of age, was born in which country in 1875? France
5 Howard and Hilda Hughes are characters in which 1980’s BBC television series? Ever Decreasing Circles
6 ‘The Cloud Club’, which closed in 1979, occupied the 66th, 67th and 68th floors of which New York building? The Chrysler Building
7 Which British boxer is known as ‘A-Force’? Audley Harrison
8 Which UK comedy drama was set mostly in the fictional Lancashire mining town of Utterley in the 1930’s? Brass
9 Which US President was born William Jefferson Blythe III? Bill Clinton
10 The Straddle Technique was a style performed in which athletics event? High Jump
11 British television puppet Lenny the Lion belonged to which ventriloquist? Terry Hall
12 In the game of bridge, which card is known as the Beer Card? Seven of Diamonds
13 In an Edward Lear poem, who has a Luminous Nose? The Dong
14 Neopolitan ice cream is traditionally made up of how many flavours? Three
15 What is the maximum length, in metres, of a bowling green? 40 metres
16 ‘Dundermusen’ is the Swedish version of which UK television cartoon hero? Danger Mouse
17 A Sachertorte is a type of chocolate cake which originated in which country? Austria
18 Birchill, Thornhill and Lisvane are all areas of which British city? Cardiff
19 Cyanophobia is an abnormal fear of which colour? Blue
20 Sound engineer Peter Lodge first announced which phrase on the London Undergound rail network in 1969? Mind the gap