1. In which famous book would you come across a Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster?
 The Hitch-Hikers Guide To The Galaxy
2. In which city did Anne Frank pen most of her diary entries?
3. Who is responsible for the painting entitled "Marilyn"?
 Andy Warhol
4. Who wrote the "Paddington Bear" books?
 Michael Bond
5. Who wrote the poems "The Tiger" and "Jerusalem"?
 William Blake
6. What is the name of the British spy of the 1960s featured in Fredrick Forsyth's book "The Fourth Protocol"?
 Kim Philby
7. Which British Prime Minister won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1953?
 Winston Churchill
8. How many paintings did Van Gogh sell in his lifetime?
9. In 2004, who designed a cover for the Band Aid 20 single featuring the Grim Reaper with an African child on his knee, only for it to be rejected by record executives?
 Damien Hirst
10. Which member of the Monty Python team wrote children's books about "Erik The Viking"?
 Terry Jones
Tie Break In 2001, Jonathan Coe in his book "The Rotters' Club" created the longest sentence in literature - how many words was in this?