1 Which British Royal Naval officer was known as the ‘Hero of the Nile’? Horatio Nelson
2 ‘All My Love’ was a 1967 hit single for which British singer? Cliff Richard
3 A splake is what type of creature? Fish
4 What is the name of the small blobs of glass fused to a drinking glass, often in the shape of raspberries or lions heads, which help provide a firm grip in the absence of a handle? Prunts
5 Which element has the highest melting point? Carbon
6 In July 2012, singer/actor Snoop Dogg announced that he had been rechristened Snoop ‘what’ by a Rastafarian priest in Jamaica? Lion
7 The late Diana, Princess of Wales, was born in which English county? Norfolk
8 Which British author co-wrote the script for the 1968 film ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’? Roald Dahl
9 During which year were escalators installed in the Empire State Building in New York? 1964
10 ‘Be the best’ is the official motto of which of the British armed forces? Army
11 The Nightingale Training School for Nurses was set up in 1860 at which London hospital? St Thomas’s Hospital
12 What is the only city in the US not technically located in a state? Washington DC
13 A Square Dance is traditionally for how many dancers? Eight
14 ‘Full English’ relates to which meal? Breakfast
15 What is the first name of the film director/actress daughter of director Francis Ford Coppola? Sofia
16 Restormel, Erewhon, Cupani and Romeo are all varieties of which garden flower? Sweet Pea
17 Superciliary is in the region of or relates to which part of the face? Eyebrow
18 The Suricate is another name for which mammal? Meerkat
19 What is the middle name of Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger? Philip
20 Who was the first Scottish footballer to win the European Player of the Year Award? Denis Law