1 What is the surname of brother and sister Samson and Sally in the novel ‘The Old Curiosity Shop’ by Charles Dickens? Brass
2 Who became Vice-President of the USA in December 1973? Gerald Ford
3 In the children’s television series ‘Fireball XL5’, what is the name of the robot co-pilot of XL5? Robert the Robot
4 If something is ‘aestival’ it belongs to or appears in which season of the year? Summer
5 The towns od Grimsby and Cleethorpes are in which English county? Lincolnshire
6 Venerdi is Italian for which day of week? Friday
7 What is the currency of Armenia? Dram
8 ‘Never Have Your Dog Stuffed and Other Things I’ve Learned’ is a 2005 autobiography by which US actor? Alan Alda
9 What is the US state capital of Oklahoma? Oklahoma City
10 In commerce and established in January 1994, what does NAFTA stand for? North American Free Trade Agreement
11 In September 1990, Geoffrey Palmer resigned as Prime Minister of which country? New Zealand
12 Who was the first person to bear the title of Holy Roman Emperor? Charlemagne
13 ‘The Motherland Calls’ which commemorates the Battle of Stalingrad, is a statue in which Russian city? Volgograd
14 The Admiralty Islands in the Pacific Ocean belong to which country? Papua New Guinea
15 Rivella is a soft drink which originated in which European country? Switzerland
16 The World Coal Carrying Championship is held every Easter Monday in which English county? Yorkshire
17 A bonxie is what type of creature? Bird
18 Eddie Valiant, Judge Doom and Dolores are all characters in which Disney film? Who Framed Roger Rabbit
19 Where are the ossicones situated on the body of a giraffe? Head
20 The Oahe Dam is located in which US state? South Dakota