1: In architecture, which ‘G’ is a style popular in Western Europe between the 12th and 16th centuries including features such as stone structures and large expanses of glass?
- a) Gothic b) Georgian c) Grecian
2: What mode of transport did Christopher Cockerell invent in 1955?
3: Which avant-garde British artist born in 1965 became known for his work preserving dead animals in formaldehyde? He won the Turner Prize in 1995.
4: Ecclesiophobia is the fear of what?
5: Ataturk International Airport services which city?
6: Which sports film sees teen Danny Noonan employed as a caddy at the snob-infested Bushwood Country Club?
7: What is the collective name for the eight small bones that connect the forearm with the hand?
8: HMS Bounty famously suffered a mutiny by the crew, but what was the mission the ship was on?
9: Which city is home to Michelangelo’s masterpiece ‘David’?
10: A Greek goddess personified by the rainbow, a plant, and a colourful part of the human body. One word.
11: . A catastrophe and an Italian wine bottle in a straw basket. One word.
12: In literature, who does Akela adopt?
13: In the Royal Navy which ranks higher? a) Midshipman b) Chief Petty Officer
14: What did the United States adopt as its national anthem in 1931?
15: What is the name for the object that is placed either side of an aeroplane wheel to stop it rolling?
16: The life of entertainer Fanny Brice inspired which musical film starring Barbra Streisand?
17: Which best friend of Hercule Poirot was introduced in the Agatha Christie novel The Mysterious Affair at Styles?
18: In Scrabble, how many points is the letter K worth?
19: What is US President Donald Trump’s middle name?
- a) John b) James c) Joseph
20: Which ‘A’ is a soft stone of type gypsum, commonly used for carving and decorative pieces?
1: a) Gothic
3: Damien Hirst
7: Carpal bones
8: Transporting Breadfruit from Tahiti to the West Indies.
12: Mowgli (from Kipling’s ‘The Jungle Book’)
13: a) Midshipman
14: The Star Spangled Banner
16: Funny Girl
17: Arthur Hastings
18: 5 points
19: a) John