1. Q) LAN Airlines is an airline from where? A) Chile.
2. Q) Who founded The Salvation Army in 1865? A) William Booth.
3. Q) What name is given to an angle of less than 90 degrees? A) Acute.
4. Q) Where is the hometown of heptathlete Jessica Ennis-Hill? A) Sheffield.
5. Q) What was the name given to the Apollo 12 Lunar Module? A) Intrepid.
6. Q) Consumption of the sciatic nerve is forbidden in which religion? A) Judaism.
7. Q) Where would you find an airport named after John Murtha? A) Johnstown, Pennsylvania, United States.
8. Q) The cut known as a flitch is today generally associated with which type of meat? A) Pork.
9. Q) The Galapagos Islands form a province of which country? A) Ecuador.
10. Q) Which legendary Greek king commanded the Greek armies at the siege of Troy? A) Agamemnon.
11. Q) A vehicle with HR on its registration plates is from where? A) Croatia.
12. Q) Which astronomer was the first to formally theorise the idea that the earth was not the centre of the universe in the 16th century? A) Nicolaus Copernicus.
13. Q) Which star sign is represented by the crab? A) Cancer.
14. Q) What name is given to the group of mountains in Scotland whose altitudes range from 2,500 to 3,000 ft? A) Corbetts.
15. Q) Which internet texting service was created by US software designer Jack Dorsey in 2006? A) Twitter.
16. Q) Which American singer-songwriter had a hit in 1984 with the single Time After Time? A) Cyndi Lauper.
17. Q) How many square millimetres are in one square metre? A) One Million.
18. Q) Which chemical element has the symbol Co? A) Cobalt.
19. Q) What was the name of the 17th prime minister of Australia who went missing presumed drowned in 1967? A) Harold Holt.
20. Q) What was the title of the theme song for the James Bond film Quantum Of Solace? A) Another Way To Die.
21. Q) The restaurant on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower is named after which French author? A) Jules Verne.
22. Q) Which bird has the Latin name Branta canadensis? A) Canada Goose.
23. Q) What is the collective name for the first five books of the bible? A) The Pentateuch.
24. Q) Who sculpted the figure of Peter Pan which stands in Kensington Palace Gardens? A) Sir George Frampton.
25. Q) Where were the Summer Olympics held in 1988? A) Seoul, South Korea.
26. Q) How is/was Alecia Beth Moore better known? A) Pink.
27. Q) Wednesday Morning 3am was the debut album of which famous singing duo? A) Simon and Garfunkel.
28. Q) For what team was Mika Hakkinen driving when he won the Formula One championship in 1998? A) McLaren.
29. Q) Which fruit is also known as an alligator pear? A) Avocado.
30. Q) Tim Allen and Jamie Lee Curtis starred in which 2004 Christmas film? A) Christmas With The Kranks.
31. Q) The adjective taurine relates to which type of creature? A) Bull.
32. Q) In which English county is the town of Wiveliscombe? A) Somerset.
33. Q) For which wedding anniversay is Diamond the traditional recognized gift? A) 60th.
34. Q) Which mammal is also known as the tatou or ocarro? A) Giant armadillo.
35. Q) Larceny is a name for what type of crime? A) Property theft.
36. Q) Pique, or Marcella, is a style of what? A) Weaving.
37. Q) Posology is the study of what? A) Medical doses
38. Q) Which German composer is celebrated in an annual festival in the Bavarian town of Bayreuth? A) Wagner.
39. Q) What was the British Christmas No.1 Single in 1965? A) The Beatles - Day Tripper/We Can Work It Out.
40. Q) Which literary amateur detective investigated The Murder At The Vicarage? A) Miss Marple.
41. Q) On what river does Dushanbe, Tajikstan stand? A) River Varzob.
42. Q) Which US President followed Abraham Lincoln? A) Andrew Johnson.
43. Q) Who starred as the humanoid alien Thomas Jerome Newton in the 1976 film The Man Who Fell To Earth? A) David Bowie.
44. Q) What part of a bird is the syrinx? A) The vocal organ.
45. Q) What is the name of the spit of land on which Sydney Opera House was constructed in the Sixties? A) Bennelong Point.
46. Q) What is Jamie Oliver's wife called? A) Jools.
47. Q) Which composer was born in the Tuscan town of Lucca in 1858? A) Giacomo Puccini.
48. Q) Whom did Adolf Hitler appoint as Reich Minister of Armaments and War Production in February 1942? A) Albert Speer.
49. Q) In which year did the Vietnam War end? A) 1975.
50. Q) Which of Wikipedia's founders was born in Alabama? A) Jimmy Wales.