1 A bammy (or bami) is a flatbread originating in which country? Jamaica
2 What shape, typically, is an ingot? Rectangular
3 Who was US President immediately before and after Benjamin Harrison? Grover Cleveland
4 The UK television drama series ‘Boys From the Black Stuff’ was set in which city? Liverpool
5 Rothschild, Kordofan, Nubian and Rhodesian are all species of which animal? Giraffe
6 On a regular clockface which number lies opposite 2? 8
7 Orteil is French for which part of the body? Toe
8 Akane is a variety of which fruit? Apple
9 In 2011, which South American country banned the sale of alcohol for three days after 21 people died as a result of drinking contaminated liquor? Ecuador
10 Which US mobster is quoted as saying ‘Capitalism is the legitimate racket of the ruling class’? Al Capone
11 ET is the international vehicle registration of which country? Egypt
12 Robert Mitchum plays Reverend Harry Powell in which 1955 film? The Night of the Hunter
13 Sometimes called a ‘Mercyseat’, what is the name of the small wooden shelf on the underside of a folding seat in a church? Misericord
14 TX is the abbreviation for which US state? Texas
15 Who played Buddy Holly in the 1978 film ‘The Buddy Holly Story’? Gary Busey
16 Which car has a logo shaped like a letter ‘C’ with a yellow triangle? Smart Car
17 The Idle Working Men’s Club is in the village of Idle in which English city suburb? Bradford
18 Butler, Elope, Matrix and Panama are all terms used in which card game? Contract Bridge
19 Who plays Calvin J Candie in the 2012 film ‘Django Unchained’? Leonardo DiCaprio
20 Which fruit is traditionally used in the recipe for Liverpool Tart? Lemon