1 Chlorophobia is the irrational fear of which colour? Green
2 Which 19th Century figure was known as ‘The Lady With the Lamp’? Florence Nightinglae
3 In zoology, if something is squamous, it is covered with or characterised by what? Scales
4 What was the middle name of former British Prime Minister William Gladstone? Ewart
5 Which French airport is also known as Roissy Airport? Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
6 House, Hogline, Hacks and Button are all terms used in which sport? Curling
7 Which British singer released an eight CD box set in 2008 entitled ‘And They Said It Wouldn’t Last (My 50 Years in Music)’? Cliff Richard
8 Which spirit is traditionally used to make a Bronx Cocktail? Gin
9 The harbour wall known as ‘The Cobb’ features in which novel by John Fowles? The French Lieutenant’s Woman
10 Mastrophobia is the irrational fear of which part of the body? Breasts
11 Former US President Ronald Regan’s ‘Strategic Defence Initiative’, to use ground-based and space-based systems to protect the USA from attack by nuclear missiles, was known in the media by what nickname? Star Wars
12 What is the first name of Irish singer Van Morrison? George
13 St Helier is the capital of which Channel Island? Jersey
14 ‘The Rhubarb Triangle’, famous for producing early forced rhubarb, is in which English county? West Yorkshire
15 Jack Worthing is the main character in which Oscar Wilde play? The Importance of Being Earnest
16 Golf, Cocktail, Beach and Bubble are all types of which accessory? Umbrella
17 Which country is known as ‘Switzerland of the Middle East’? Lebanon
18 Chatham Dockyard, which closed in 1984 and is now a visitor centre, is located in which English county? Kent
19 Which species of fish is a sterlet? Sturgeon
20 In most constellations, which letter of the Greek alphabet was designated by German astronomer Johann Bayer to the brightest star? Alpha