1: Which British architect born in 1935 is best known for buildings including the Stansted Airport Terminal Building, London’s Millennium Footbridge, ‘The Gherkin’ and the new Wembley Stadium?
2: Bedfordshire, Blood Red and Lancastrian are all types of which vegetable?
3: Which ‘I’ is a internet image sharing app purchased by Facebook in April 2012?
4: Which athlete won gold in both the Men’s 100m and 200m sprint events at the 2016 Olympic Games?
5: Which planet sits between Saturn and Neptune in it’s proximity to the sun?
6:Astana is the capital city of which Eastern European country?
7: Which ‘C’ is the outermost part of the Sun’s atmosphere and is only visible with the naked eye during a solar eclipse?
8: Tom Hanks plays 12 year old Josh Baskin in which 1988 film?
9: Wandsworth, Woolwich and Harrow are all boroughs of which British city?
10: Actress Charlize Theron was born in which country?
- a) USA b) South Africa c) England
11: What is the name of the US public footpath that runs over two thousand miles between Georgia and Maine?
12: What ‘A’ is a bridge which carries water over valleys?
13: In which sport is the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern System used to determine which team wins, should the game be affected by rain?
14: Which team won the title in seven of the first nine seasons of Premier League football beginning in 1992?
15: Which has the largest population Moscow or London?
16: A mutiny on which ship was integral to the Russian revolution of 1905?
17: Which English city appears in the Lancashire Inquisitions of 1226 as “Sainford”?
18: at is the first name of the German composer Wagner, born in Leipzig in May 1813?
19: Which of the following elements has the lowest atomic number a) Lithium b) Potassium c) Sodium
20: What was the name of the official residence of Russian monarchs between 1732 and 1917? (the English name)
1: Norman Foster
4: Usain Bolt
10: b) South Africa
11: Appalachian trail
14: Manchester United
16: The Potemkin
19: a) Lithium
20: The Winter Palace