2 What card game takes its name from the Spanish for "basket"?
3 What surname links a Pop Idol winner, a snooker player and a one-time professional wrestler?
4 Which British Prime Minister was part of the research team that invented soft-serve ice-cream, as used by Mister Softee?
5 What is the name of the theme park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, owned by a famous country singer and actress?
6 Which 1981 film is the only Best Picture Film Academy winner to contain all of the letters of "Oscar" in its title?
7 What name is given to any Scottish mountain with a height over 3,000 feet?
8 In France, it reads F on the cold tap. Which letter would you expect to find on the hot tap?
9 What first name was Tiger Woods given at birth?
10 What is the most southerly of the United States of America?
1 Is (Is this the real life?)
3 McManus (Michelle, Alan, Mick) 4 Margaret Thatcher
5 Dollywood (Dolly Parton)
6 Chariots of Fire
7 Munro (after Sir Hugh Munro, who attempted to catalogue them)
8 C (for chaud)