1 Adelost cheese is made in which European country? Sweden
2 Charlotte was the daughter of Caroline of Brunswick and which future British monarch? King George IV
3 The Amazon Rainforest is located in which continent? South America
4 What is the name of the plump, clumsy fairy in the children’s television series ‘Willo the Wisp’? Mavis Cruet
5 The cathedral in which British city is known as ‘The Ship of the Fens’? Ely
6 Which former US boxer is referred to as the ‘Poet laureate of boxing’? Floyd Mayweather Sr
7 From which decade of the 20th Century did Wales have a capital city? 1950’s (1955)
8 A Spinone is what type of animal? Dog
9 Which fictional character was crowned as the ‘Pope of Fools’ in an 1831 novel? Quasimodo
10 What is the name of the target in a game of curling? House
11 Jaffa is an ancient port in which country? Israel
12 ‘Love is Like a Butterfly’ is a 1974 single written and recorded by which US singer? Dolly Parton
13 Which letter is furthest to the right on a top letter row on a computer keyboard? P
14 In private healthcare what does BUPA stand for? British United Provident Association
15 Clanger, a dish with a savoury filling at one end and a sweet filling at the other end, is from which English county? Bedfordshire
16 What type of flesh does a pescatarian eat? Fish
17 Which Asian country is known as the ‘Land of Smiles’? Thailand
18 London landmark The Shaftesbury Memorial is better known by what name? Eros
19 What is the surname of Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, in the US television series? Summers
20 Sitophilia is the use of what for sexual arousal? Food