1 In anatomy, if something is ‘subcostal’ it is situated or performed below which part of the body? Ribs
2 Which is the only London Underground station to be named after a football team? Arsenal
3 Gainsboro is a pale shade of which colour? Grey
4 Javier Sotomayor set the world record in 1993 for which athletics event? High Jump
5 Who played Sam ‘Ace’ Rothstein in the 1995 film ‘Casino’? Robert De Niro
6 Which former US heavyweight boxer had the nickname ‘Terrible’? Tim Witherspoon
7 Jackson Heights is a neighbourhood in which New York borough? Queens
8 In the US television cartoon series ‘The Simpsons’, what is Homer’s middle name? Jay
9 Which two English authors co-wrote the 19th Century play ‘Frozen Deep’? Wilkie Collins and Charles Dickens
10 Lima is the capital of which country? Peru
11 A Sweeting is what type of fruit? Apple
12 In skiing and snowboarding, what does NASTAR stand for? NAtional STAndard Race
13 Louis Philippe I, King of the French and last king to rule France, abdicated in 1848 and lived the rest of his life in exile in which country? England
14 Actress Audrey Hepburn sang ‘Moon River’ in which 1961 film? Breakfast at Tiffany’s
15 Which bridge in London was dubbed the ‘Wobbly Bridge’? The Millennium Bridge
16 Which Scottish city is promoted as ‘One City, Many Discoveries’? Dundee
17 Which playing card is known as ‘Puppy Foot’? Ace of clubs
18 The Wallace Line (or Wallace’s Line) is a faunal boundary line which separates the ecozones of Southeast Asia and which country? Australia
19 In a game of curling, how many stones does each team have? Eight
20 What was the currency of Lithuania before it adopted the euro in 2015? Litas