1 What type of creature is a Kokanee? Fish
2 Which Roman numerals depict the year 1980? MCMLXXX
3 Polish-born Wislawa Szymborska won the 1996 Nobel Prize in what? Literature
4 Which Asian country is the world’s largest exporter of black pepper? Vietnam
5 Which Rodgers and Hammerstein musical made its television debut when CBS broadcast the 1955 film version as a three-hour Thanksgiving special in 1970? Oklahoma
6 John Hosking was the first Mayor of which Australian city? Sydney
7 Which British singer had a 1997 hit single with ‘Angels’? Robbie Williams
8 In the human body, the buccal cavity is commonly known as what? The mouth
9 The Khamaseen (or Chamsin) is what type of weather condition? Wind
10 Bunny Chow, also known as Kota, is a fast-food dish consisting of a hollowed-out loaf filled with curry and is native to which country? South Africa
11 In 2012, which British MP apologised to his former French teacher in a letter published in the Radio Times, for misbehaving in class 30 years ago? Michael Gove
12 If something is harengiform it is shaped liked what type of fish? Herring
13 Bundz cheese comes from which country? Poland
14 Playwright J M Barrie used a drawing by English artist Ben Nicholson as the base for a poster for which play? Peter Pan
15 The main entrance of which London museum is situated on Great Russell Street? British Museum
16 Which planet in our solar system takes around 165 Earth years to orbit the Sun? Neptune
17 What is the name of the character played by Keanu Reeves in the 1999 film ‘The Matrix’? Thomas A Anderson/Neo
18 Which sculpture by Auguste Rodin was originally named ‘The Poet’? The Thinker
19 How many nuclear weapons have been used in the course of warfare? Two
20 What is the title of British singer Gary Barlow’s album, released in 2012 to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II? Sing