1: Britain's most popular pub name is taken from the emblem of John of Gaunt. What is it?
2: Which furnishing company, which has more than 300 shops in nearly 40 countries, calls itself 'The Life Improvement Store'?
3: The name of which political and religious symbol comes from a Sanskrit word meaning 'luck', or 'auspicious object'?
4: Which fictional character died saving her friend's horse, Midnight, from a burning barn in 1955?
5: Which drink did Ernest Hemingway describe as 'that opaque, bitter, tongue-numbing, brain-warming, stomach-warming, idea-changing, liquid alchemy'?
6: The Trinidadian musician Lord Shorty devised which musical form, a fusion of calypso and Indian influences?
7: Which 'Coronation Street' actress, who died in 1986, campaigned for Tony Blair in the 1983 general election?
8: The inhabitants of which British-administered islands were evicted in the early 1970s to make room for a US military base?
9: The Fields Medal is awarded to notable achievers in which discipline, for which there is no Nobel Prize?
10: Which 1960s series was pitched to TV companies by its creator as 'Wagon Train in the sky'?Reuse content