1 Painter and engraver Sir Edwin Henry Landseer was a favourite artist of which British monarch? Queen Victoria
2 A picture of which British singer was on the front cover of the first edition of teen magazine ‘Jackie’ in January 1964? Cliff Richard
3 Which was the first national football team to beat England after they won the 1966 World Cup? Scotland
4 Double Dutch, Double Unders and Dipsy Doodles are all term used in which activity? Skipping
5 Anthony Stark is the real name of which fictional superhero? Iron Man
6 Retailer Fortnum and Mason opened its first new UK store for more than 300 years at which London station in November 2013? St Pancras International
7 Hester Prynnne is the main character in which novel by US author Nathaniel Hawthorne? The Scarlet Letter
8 The Paragons originally recorded which 1980 hit single by Blondie? The Tide is High
9 James Monroe became President of which country in March 1817? USA
10 Which British singer released a 2011 album entitled ’21’? Adele
11 Paul Ford played Colonel John T Hall in which 1950’s US television series? Bilko (The Phil Silvers Show)
12 What is the title of the Band Aid charity single, released in December 1984? Do They Know It’s Christmas
13 The 1908 Summer Olympic Games were hosted by which European city? London
14 The Goya Gate is located at which European museum? Prado Museum
15 Arkansas Black is a variety of which fruit? Apple
16 Which American soccer team is known as the ‘Quakes’? San Jose Earthquakes
17 Who was the only US President not to live at the Whitehouse? George Washington
18 What was the first name of 19th Century British explorer Stanley, who searched for David Livingstone in Africa? Henry
19 Doris Day plays which 1920’s and 30’s singer and actress in the 1955 film ‘Love Me or Leave Me’? Ruth Etting
20 The Shah Jahan Mosque, the first purpose-built mosque in England, is in which county? Surrey