GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
1. Alfred Nobel, the man after whom the Nobel Prizes are named, was originally well known for inventing what?
 Dynamite
2. On a standard dart board, what is the lowest number that cannot be scored with a single dart?
 23
3. Which politician was once replaced by a tub of lard on the TV show Have I Got News For You?
 Roy Hattersley
4. What is the most common colour that appears in the flags of the world?
 Red
5. In movies, who directed the Godfather trilogy?
 Francis Ford Coppola
6. What is the name of the parliament of the Isle of Man?
 Tynwald
7. Which American state is known as the Sunshine State?
 Florida
8. What was the name of Elvis Presley’s manager?
 Colonel Tom Parker
9. By which nickname was Edward Teach better known?
 Blackbeard the pirate
10. Who wrote The Canterbury Tales?
 Geoffrey Chaucer
Tie Break In what year was the Bank of England founded?
 1694