1 Who won the 1990 Men’s Wimbledon Singles Championship? Stefan Edberg
2 Columbia University, in the city of New York, was founded as King’s College by royal charter of which British monarch? King George II
3 Which former British politician died on 8th April 2013 aged 87? Margaret Thatcher
4 Who wrote the 1818 novel ‘Frankenstein’? Mary Shelley
5 The English resort of Blackpool lies on which body of water? Irish Sea
6 In April 2013, which three digit free-to-call, non-emergency number was introduced by the NHS to replace the telephone triage and advice services provided by NHS Direct? 111
7 Sheading is each of the six administrative divisions of which European island? Isle of Man
8 In which 1999 Sam Mendes film is Kevin Spacey married to Annette Bening? American Beauty
9 ‘Just One More Thing’ is a 2006 autobiography by which late US actor? Peter Falk
10 Which is the fifth planet from the sun? Jupiter
11 Who played the title role in the 1951 film ‘Captain Horatio Hornblower RN’? Gregory Peck
12 A Clifden Nonpareil is what type of creature? Moth
13 Agyrpphobia is the persistent fear of doing what? Crossing roads
14 Who plays the blind man in the 1989 comedy film ‘See No Evil, Hear No Evil’? Richard Pryor
15 The badge/logo of which car is a circle with a three-pointed star in the centre? Mercedes-Benz
16 In Greek mythology, which hero of the Trojan war committed suicide after the armour of the dead Achilles was awarded to Odysseus and not him? Ajax
17 What was the name of the band formed by Paul McCartney after the break-up of The Beatles? Wings
18 Circumlocution is the term for using several ‘what’ when less or only one will do? Words
19 A Prion is what type of creature? Bird
20 In the novel ‘Oliver Twist’ by Charles Dickens, what is the first name of Oliver’s mother? Agnes