Will you be the winner taking it all, or facing your Waterloo? Charge your glasses and test your brain cells with questions on film locations, geography and current affairs
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What island was used as a location in the Mamma Mia! sequel, Here we go Again?
The 2018 smash Crazy Rich Asians was set largely in which city?
Next year marks the 50th anniversary of the release of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. In which US state was most of the film shot?
Frances McDormand won an Oscar this year for her role in Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri, but where was the film actually shot?
Ithaca, New York state
Sylva, North Carolina
Beverly Hills, California
This year’s Harry Potter spin-off, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, was set in which city?
Which singer was named “ambassador extraordinary” by her country and tasked with promoting tourism?
Celine Dion, Canada
Katie Melua, Georgia
Rita Ora, Kosovo
Victoria Beckham, UK
Which was the most visited city in 2018 (and for the third year running)?
Which European country recently declared it would be the first in the world to make all its public transport free?
In which city did a popular attraction lose thousands of pounds because its monoglot attendant was scared of foreigners?
In which city was a restaurant in trouble for charging tourists almost £1,000 for four main course and drinks?
What was the biggest city in the world by population in 1850?
And what was the biggest in 1950?
Which city has the highest crime rate per capita in the world?
Rio de Janeiro
Which capital had its name changed from Edo 150 years ago?
Which city will celebrate the 500th anniversary of its founding in 2019?
What is Europe’s westernmost archipelago?
How is a desert island defined?
It is technically a desert (ie with annual precipitation of less than 250mm)
It must be remote and tropical
It is uninhabited
None of the above; it is a term invented by Roy Plomley, the creator of Desert Island Discs
What is the world’s second largest island after Greenland?
Which island off the South Australia coast, known for its colony of little penguins, has been called Australia’s Galapagos?
Which island, whose name means puffin island, was controlled by pirates from north Africa for five years in the 17th century? Correct
12 and above.
Good effort but try reading the Travel section more often
17 and above.
Well done, you are Alan Whicker
7 and above.
Mmm … time to dust off that passport
0 and above.
You’re as geographically-challenged as Dominic “Dover-Calais” Raab