1 Scottish footballer Kenny Dalglish played for which English club from 1977 to 1990? Liverpool FC
2 The late media proprietor Robert Maxwell became Member of Parliament for which UK constituency in 1964? Buckingham
3 Bigarade sauce is traditionally made using which fruit? Oranges
4 Who wrote the 1898 book ‘The War of the Worlds’? H G Wells
5 Pernio is the Latin name for which medical complaint? Chilblain
6 How much, in pounds sterling, does the Best in Show Winner receive at the annual Crufts Dog Show? 100 pounds
7 Traditionally a ‘coven’ traditionally refers to a meeting of how many witches? 13
8 In the ‘Harry Potter’ series of books what is the American version of the game of Quidditch? Quodpot
9 Which European porcelain company introduced its black and white ‘Dazzle’ collection in 2013? Lladro
10 Which Egyptian Pharoah was known as ‘The Boy King’? Tutankhamun
11 Corriedale is a breed of which animal? Sheep
12 Winnipeg is the capital of which Canadian province? Manitoba
13 What is the first name of US actor Al Pacino? Alfredo
14 Which year in the 1970’s saw three popes? 1978
15 In the game of Bingo ‘Kelly’s Eye’ is the nickname for which number? One
16 In our solar system which is the 5th planet from the Sun? Jupiter
17 A gourami is what type of creature? Fish
18 Robert Stephen Rintoul was the founding editor of which British magazine, first published in 1928? The Spectator
19 In cooking, Senf is German for which condiment? Mustard
20 What were the first names of the characters played by Jason Donovan and Kylie Minogue in the Australian series ‘Neighbours’? Scott and Charlene