1. What was Julie Andrews’ first ever film?
A: Mary Poppins (1964).
2. If you’re running the 400 metres hurdles, how many individual hurdles would you have to clear?
3. The first written mention of the word ‘pig’ to describe a policeman was in which century?
A: 19th (1812).
4. Why could the Chupa Chups logo be described as surreal?
A: It was designed by Salvador Dali.
5. If you travelled due east from New York, which country would you come to first after leaving the USA?
6. A Duke may be married to a Duchess, a Baron to a Baroness and a Marquis to a Marchioness. What is the title given to the wife of an Earl?
7. What, in sport, must be four and a quarter inches in diameter and a minimum of four inches from top to bottom?
A: A golf hole.
8. Who, in her song Let’s Do It, requested that she be ‘beaten on the bottom with a Woman’s Weekly’?
A: Victoria Wood.
9. Which small town in northern Burgundy gives its name to a classic dry white wine made from the Chardonnay grape?
10. Which worldwide organisation was formed in London in 1844 by George Williams with several other young men in the drapery firm of Hitchcock and Rogers?
A: The YMCA.
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