||Who was the last British monarch to sack a British Prime Minister?
||Caen is the capital of which French Department?
||Relating to weather, cirrus is a type of what?
||In the British tv series ‘Rising Damp’, what is Rigsby’s first name?
||Which airline is nicknamed ‘The Flying Kangaroo’?
||What does the Latin phrase ‘Ad vitam’ translate to in English?
||The first Eurovision Song Contest was held in which European country in 1956?
||Mount Waas is in which US State?
||Which cartoon character had the maiden name ‘Slaghoople’?
||Mrs Chippy was the name of the ship’s cat aboard which vessel used by Ernest Shackleton for his Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition?
|| ‘Best of Both Worlds’ by Miley Cyrus is the theme song to which US tv show?
|| ‘Think Different’ is an advertising slogan for which company?
||A ‘moderate breeze’ is which number on The Beaufort Scale?
||The sixpenny coin ceased to be legal tender in Britain during which year?
||How many wings does a honeybee have?
||In the novel by Daniel Defoe, for how many years was Robinson Crusoe shipwrecked?
||Arachibutyrophobia is the irrational fear of which foodstuff sticking to the roof of the mouth?
||Uranium deposit Rum Jungle is in which Australian state?
||Albino, Grimshaw and Plachutta are terms used in which game?
||The resort town of Sliema is on which Mediterranean island?
||In the Bible, what is the Decalogue more commonly known as?
||The Ten Commandments
||Introduced in the UK in 1978 and ran until 1983, what did YOP stand for?
||Youth Opportunities Programme
|| ‘Now what I want is, Facts’ is the opening line of which Charles Dickens novel?
||In British currency, how many pre-decimal pennies were in a pound?
||The Kirin is a supernatural spirit in the mythology of which country?
||Hoss, Little Joe and Ben are characters in which US tv series?
||Harold and Louise were the parents of which member of The Beatles?
||In the book by Miguel de Cervantes, who was Don Quixote’s squire?
||American Buff, Pilgrim and Cotton Patch are breeds of which bird?
|| ‘Mercredi’ is French for which day of the week?