1. Sharing its name with a city in New England, which French city on the River Lez is home to the Musée Fabre and the 14th Century cathedral of Saint-Pierre?
2. Stendahl's novel 'Le Rouge et le Noir', a Bildungsroman telling the story of the ambitious Julien Sorel, is set during the reign of which French king?
3. Which French Jesuit scholar and philosopher wrote 'The Practice of Everyday Life' in which he drew a distinction between "strategies", which he saw as linked to institutions of power, and "tactics", which he held to be utilised by individuals to create space for themselves in environments defined by strategies?
4. Discovered by the Dutch botanist Martinus Beijerinck in 1898, which disease of plants was the first virus ever to be discovered?
5. For what did the letters USM stand in the name of the British indie band Carter USM, formed in 1987 by Jim Bob Morrison and Fruitbat Carter?
6. Later used as a chemical weapon during World War I, which poisonous gas was first developed by the American chemist Julius Nieuwland in 1904?
7. Dedicated to arts and culture, the Festuge is the largest carnival in Scandinavia and takes place annually in which Danish city?
8. Which Nigerian-born Portuguese sprinter won the men's gold medal in both the 100m and 200m at the 2006 European Athletics Championships in Gothenburg?
9. Known as the 'Mad King', and the subject of a 1972 film by the Italian Director Luchino Visconti, who was the King of Bavaria during the second half of the 19th Century best remembered as the patron of Richard Wagner and for ordering the construction of several fantasy castles such as the Neuschwanstein?
10. The Russian city Arkhangelsk lies on the banks of the Northern Dvina river near its exit into which sea, an inlet of the Barents Sea?
11. Which ex-Soviet state is often referred to as 'the cradle of wine-making' as it is believed to contain the world's first cultivated grapevines and was home to neolithic wine production approximately 7000 years ago?
12. named after a 19th Century Austro-Hungarian dermatologist, what name is given to the tumour caused by Human herpesvirus 8 (HHV8) that became more widely known during the 1980s as one of the defining illnesses of AIDS?
13. Which town in the Girona province of Catalonia was the birthplace of Salvador Dalí and is home to the unusual Teatre-Museu Gala Salvador Dalí, designed by Dalí himself?
14. The 1953 musical 'Kismet' was adapted from the music of which Russian composer?
15. Also known as the seladang, which southern Asian ox is the largest of all wild cattle?
16. 'The Blood of a Poet', 'Orpheus' and 'Testament of Orpheus' comprised the Orphic trilogy of which 20th Century film director?
17. What was the Latin pseudonym of the 15th Century German mathematician and astronomer Johannes Müller von Königsberg who is credited with establishing the study of algebra and trigonometry in Germany?
18. Which football team, who play their home games at Stadion GOS, won the Polish league championship for only the second time in their history in 2007?
19. Released in September 2007, 'Open Warfare 2' is the latest installment in which hugely successful video game series, first released on the Amiga in 1994?
20. The 1997 comic-horror 'Office Killer', was the first film directed by which American photographer and conceptual artist?
2. CHARLES X
3. MICHEL DE CERTEAU
4. TOBACCO MOSAIC VIRUS
5. UNSTOPPABLE SEX MACHINE
8. FRANCIS OBIKWELU
9. LUDWIG II
10. WHITE SEA
12. KAPOSI'S SARCOMA
13. FIGUERES (or FIGUERAS)
14. ALEXANDER BORODIN
16. JEAN COCTEAU
18. ZAGŁĘBIE LUBIN
20. CINDY SHERMAN