1 What does the ‘DC’ stand for in DC Comics? Detective Comics
2 In 1996, Dolly the Sheep was successfully cloned in which European country? Scotland
3 Which vowel is on the middle letter row on a computer keyboard? A
4 Dorian, Sharon and Tracy are all characters in which UK television comedy series? Birds of a Feather
5 What process was banned temporarily in Blackpool after is was blamed for causing two earth tremors in 2011? Fracking
6 What is the name of the fictional strip club in the US television series ‘The Sopranos’? Bada Bing
7 ‘Steps in Time’ is a 1959 autobiography by which American singer/actor? Fred Astaire
8 What is the national animal of Singapore? Lion
9 In nature, what are active, dormant and extinct? Volcanoes
10 Dipsophobia is the abnormal fear of doing what? Drinking alcohol
11 The opera ‘The Magic Flute’ by Mozart, was said to have revealed the secrets of which society that Mozart joined in 1784? The Freemasons
12 The Georgian colonnaded walks of Royal Tunbridge Wells in Kent are known as The ‘what’? Pantiles
13 Historical figures John Rann, John MacLaine, James Hind and Claude Duval were all notorious what? Highwaymen
14 Which English county is known as the ‘Heart of England’? Leicestershire
15 In the US television series ‘Friends’, what is Joey’s surname? Tribbiani
16 Which inventor was known as ‘The Wizard of Menlo Park’? Thomas Edison
17 Which fashion designer was responsible for the opening-ceremony outfits for Team USA at the 2008 Olympic Games? Ralph Lauren
18 What is the name of the robot in the UK television commercials for ‘confused.com’? BRIAN
19 Which US comedian/actor is credited with saying ‘A man is only as old as the woman he feels’? Groucho Marx
20 In the UK which three classic horse races make up the Triple Crown? 2000 Guineas, Derby, St Leger