1 Paul Eddington played Jim Hacker in the original series of Yes, Prime Minister (pictured, above), but who portrayed the politician in the 2013 television remake?
2 Discovered by the German Antarctic Expedition in 1902, after whom is the portion of the coast of Antarctica lying between Cape Penck and Cape Filchner named?
3 Which Liverpool defender is the current captain of Scotland’s men’s football team?
4 What name is given to the Indonesian bird (pictured,
above) first filmed in a 1996 David Attenborough documentary (footage he achieved by dropping leaves on the forest floor, which irritated the bird into clearing them away)?
5 A Parliamentary Affair
was the first novel of which former Conservative minister, who had one of these with John Major?
6 Only two English women have won the U.S. Women’s Open golf championship. Laura Davies in 1987 was the first; who followed her ten years later?
7 The phrase “Oh, the humanity!” is taken from the commentary by American journalist Herbert Morrison of which airship disaster in 1937?
8 To which Hollywood star, now married to Annette Bening, was Joan Collins (pictured, right) briefly engaged in the early 1960s?
9 When England won the Rugby World Cup in 2003, who, playing Number 8, was the only member of the team to play every minute of their matches?
10 “Glory be to God on high and on Earth peace” is the closing sentence of the inscription above an 800ft-long mosaic frieze on the outside of which London concert venue?
11 Bill Ackman is the CEO of which hedge fund management company, one of the world’s largest?
12 What was the real name of El Cid?
13 Which England cricketer was the first male winner of Strictly Come Dancing?
14 Becoming its first president when the Republic of Turkey was founded in 1923, who is regarded as the father of modern Turkey?
15 Which novelist, who wrote in English despite it being his third language, was born Józef Korzeniowski in Ukraine in 1857?
16 Gene Hackman won two Oscars during his career: Best Actor in 1972 for his role as Jimmy Doyle and Best Supporting Actor in 1993 for his role as Little Bill Daggett. What were the films on each occasion?