1 Who was the mother of King Edward VI of England? Jane Seymour
2 Film actor Jeanne Claud van Dam is nicknamed The ‘what’ From Brussels? Muscles
3 Which British television chef uses the phrase ‘Lovely Jubbly’? Jamie Oliver
4 Who did Germany defeat to win the 1990 FIFA World Cup? Argentina
5 Egyptian actor Michel Demitri Chalhoub is better known by what name? Omar Sharif
6 Which US space probe completed the first mission to the planet Jupiter? Pioneer 10
7 What is the surname of Django in the 2012 film ‘Django Unchained’? Freeman
8 In 1933, US President Franklin D Roosevelt signed Executive Order 6102 which banned US citizens from hoarding what? Gold
9 Dupion, Habotai and Noil are all types of which fabric? Silk
10 A splenectomy is the surgical removal of which part of the body? Spleen
11 Who’s notorious book is entitled ‘Mein Kampf’? Adolph Hitler’s
12 Sir Ector, Sir Kay and Archimedes the owl are all characters in which Disney film? The Sword in the Stone
13 Not including the centre square, how many Double Word squares are there on a standard Scrabble board? 16
14 What does the Latin phrase ‘Suum cuique’ translate to in English? To each his own
15 Spessartine (or Spessartite) is what type of gemstone? Garnet
16 Which animals live in a Pride? Lions
17 How many male strippers perform on stage together in the 1997 film ‘The Full Monty’? Six
18 A logophile is a lover of what? Words
19 Yellowstone National Park is located primarily in which US state? Wyoming
20 Which is the only US state to have two rivers both with the same name? Florida