1 What is the title of late actor Charlie Chaplin’s last completed film, launched in the UK in 1967? A Countess From Hong Kong
2 A complete set of Endangered Species prints, by which artist, was sold for auction at Sotheby’s in London in March 2013? Andy Warhol
3 ‘It was a bright, cold day in April and the clocks were striking thirteen’ is the opening line of which novel? 1984
4 Which English port in the county of Kent is the only one which has the right to call itself a Royal Harbour? Ramsgate
5 Butterfly, Deke, Kneeing and Sniper are all terms used in which sport? Ice Hockey
6 Who plays Jean Valjean in the 2012 film ‘Les Miserables’? Hugh Jackman
7 What does the Latin phrase ‘Omnia Vincit Amor’ translate to in English? Love conquers all
8 The German dessert Schwarzwalder Kirschtorte is known by what name in Britain? Black Forest gateau
9 According to the Bible, on which day of Creation did God make man? Sixth day
10 ‘A la limousine’ is a method of cooking which vegetable? Red cabbage
11 Mount Catherine is the highest mountain in which African country? Egypt
12 How many time zones does Brazil have? Three
13 What is the name of the ‘Special Agent’ meerkat toy in the UK television commercial for Compare the Market? Maiya
14 Which British city is known as ‘Copperopolis’? Swansea
15 Which former Olympic gymnast was known as ‘The Sparrow From Minsk’? Olga Korbut
16 Chenjeh, Kakora, Beyti and Shami are all types of which food dish? Kebab
17 Which World War II US General was given the nickname ‘Dugout Doug’? General Douglas MacArthur
18 What is the name of the concert venue in Glasgow, completed in September 2013, becoming the largest entertainment venue in Scotland? The SSE Hydro
19 Which element has the atomic number 6? Carbon
20 What is the name of the pet dog in the UK children’s television series ‘The Woodentops’? Spotty Dog