1 In November 1994 who became the oldest heavyweight boxing champion in history by defeating Michael Moorer? George Foreman
2 What is the US state capital of West Virginia? Charleston
3 ‘Lucky Man’ is a 2003 autobiography by which US actor? Michael J Fox
4 A douroucouli is what type of animal? Monkey
5 Sabato is Italian for which day of the week? Saturday
6 The towns of Bishop’s Stortford and Berkhamsted are in which English county? Hertfordshire
7 In a game of football, what does a.e.t stand for? After extra time
8 Fictional planets Aridan, Herbos and Zofeit featured in which children’s television series? Fireball XL5
9 In March 1974 a picture of which US actress was on the cover of the first issue of ‘People’ magazine? Mia Farrow
10 What is the first name of Scrooge’s former fiancee in the novel ‘A Christmas Carol’ by Charles Dickens? Belle
11 In which year did divorce become officially legal in the Republic of Ireland? 1997
12 Who was the first woman tennis player to win all four Grand Slam tournaments in the same year? Maureen Connolly
13 Which English monarch was known as ‘Brandy Nan’? Queen Anne
14 What is the collective name for a group of woodpeckers? Descent
15 John Wayne played Ethan Edwards, who sets out to find his abducted niece, in which classic 1956 western film? The Searchers
16 Which British monarch introduced The George Cross? King George VI
17 A pyroclastic flow comes from which natural structure? Volcano
18 The 1992 Summer Olympic Games were hosted by which European country? Spain
19 In January 1986 US politician Bill Nelson was aboard which space shuttle when he became the second sitting member of the United States Congress to fly in space? Columbia
20 What are the first names of the characters played by Adrian Edmonson and Rik Mayall in the UK television comedy series ‘Bottom’? Richie and Eddie