1. Which Derbyshire market town is associated with an almond-flavoured pudding? A. Bakewell, B. Alfreton, C. Matlock, D. Uttoxeter. 2. What is the German town of Meissen famous for producing? A. Beer, B. Cars, C. Engines, D. Porcelain. 3. Which instrument associated with Scottish music consists of a windbag, chanter and drones? A. Bagpipes, B. Sackpipes, C. Screechpipes, D. Dronepipes. 4. What is the name of the prefabricated bridge built from interchangeable and interlocking sections invented in World War II by a British engineer? A. Haig bridge, B. Monty bridge, C. Bailey bridge, D. Frankie bridge. 5. What is the largest natural lake in Wales, also called Llyn Tegid? A. Idris, B. Bala, C. Brecon, D. Maesteg. 6. Which metallic element has the symbol Y? A. Ytterbium, B. Yttrium, C. Xenon, D. Zirconium. 7. What is the unit used in measuring nuclear explosives that is equal to an explosion of one million tons of TNT? A. Milloton, B. Ton, C. Centoton, D. Megaton. 8. Which South African city is called Kaapstad in Afrikaans? A. Durban, B. Johannesburg, C. Cape Town, D. Bloemfontein.