1 Harold Holt became Prime Minister of which country in January 1966? Australia
2 ‘Can I have a P please Bob’ is a catchphrase from which UK television game show? Blockbusters
3 In medicine, what does Dx stand for? Diagnosis
4 Alliumphobia is the irrational fear of which plant? Garlic
5 What is the name of the dragon in the 1937 novel ‘The Hobbit’? Smaug
6 What is a female lemur called? Princess
7 In the 1965 hit single by Jonathan King, where had ‘Everyone Gone’? To the Moon
8 In cookery, Zwiebel is German for which vegetable? Onion
9 What colour are the ‘Ladies’ in the 1978 film ‘Grease’? Pink
10 Who became British Prime Minister in March 1974? Harold Wilson
11 The Lower Usuma Dam is in which African country? Nigeria
12 Fish use their gills to extract what from the water around them? Oxygen
13 Which English Leicester-born boxer fought Marvin Hagler in 1983 for the WBC and WBA World Middleweight titles and lost by a technical knockout in the sixth round? Tony Sibson
14 How many chambers does a giraffe have in its stomach? Four
15 In 1968, ‘The Troubles’ began in which European country between elements of the nationalist community and the unionist community? Northern Ireland
16 Queen Grimhilde, Happy and Doc are all characters in which Disney film? Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
17 In mathematics, what is 3 cubed? 27
18 Brian Clough said of which sportsman ‘Misguided, mishandled, criticised and crucified – and only because he’s different’? Geoffrey Boycott
19 The towns of Milton Keynes and High Wycombe are in which English county? Buckinghamshire
20 Who directed the 2001 film ‘The Pledge’, starring Jack Nicholson? Sean Penn