1. Who is Alexander Armstrong’s comedy partner, who also starred in the first series of TV show Death In paradise?
 Ben Miller
2. In Watership Down, what was the name of Fiver's brother? Voiced in the film by John Hurt, and whose death was the source for the song Bright Eyes?
3. Who were the two lead detectives in both the TV Series and the movie version of Miami Vice?
 Crockett & Tubbs
4. What is the proper name for the long benches with high backs used predominantly in churches?
5. What common construction material is used to embed rebars in masonry walls, connect sections of pre-cast concrete, fill voids, and seal joints?
6. By what name is the hobbit, Peregrin Took better known in The Lord Of the Rings?
7. In pre decimal currency, what coin was the lowest denomination? UK only… (there were several lower denominations in Ceylon and Malta)
8. To which east London suburb did car manufacturer Ford relocate from Manchester in 1931. In 1968 it was the site of a famous industrial action by the sewing machinists over sexual discrimination, which became the subject of a recent film starring Bob Ho
9. What plant has the latin name, “Carum carvi”? It’s uses include essential oils, soap, and it is used extensively across Europe and The Middle East in food, as an ingredient in many breads, stews, curries, and a particular type of seed cake.
10. What is the connection?
 TRUMPTONSHIRE. All characters or places from Trumpton, Camberwick Green and Chigley. (Windy MILLER, Peter HAZEL the postman, Mr Crocket the mechanic, PEW (OK… PUGH) Pugh Barney Magrew, (etc) The Firemen, Sgt Major GROUT, PIPPIN Fort, Harry FARTHING the Po