||What is Lake Kinnernet in Israel known as in the Bible?
||The Sea of Galilee
||Who played Martha Jones in the UK tv series Doctor Who?
||Thanksgiving Day is celebrated in Canada during which month of the year?
||Charles Merivale of Cambridge University and Charles Wordsworth of Oxford University started which annual tradition in 1829?
||Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race
||The ‘Vichy Regime’ described the government of which European country during World War II?
||Marcha Real is the national anthem of which country?
||Pato, a game played on horseback, is the national sport of which South American country?
||Which US President died in 1841, on his 32nd day in office?
||William Henry Harrison
||The Ferrorie dello Stato is the main railway operator in which European country?
||Which Mexican food translates into English as ‘Little donkey’?
||Which 1966 ‘Carry On’ film is a spoof of the ‘Scarlet Pimpernel’?
||Carry On – Don’t Lose Your Head
||French artist, Fernande Olivier, was known primarily for being the model of which painter/artist, who painted over 60 portraits of her?
||Triticale is a hybrid of which two cereal crops?
||Wheat and Rye (Tritum and Secale)
||What body part is the title of Florence and the Machine’s debut album, released in 2009?
||The Chicago Bears defeated which team 73-0 in the 1940 NFL Championship game?
||The French daily newspaper ‘L’Equipe’ is dedicated to what?
||Which of the Great Lakes is the only one located entirely in the United States of America?
||Which district in London is famous for its Royal Hospital for old soldiers?
||The Vistula Lagoon is a freshwater lagoon on which sea?
||If a person is micturating, what are they doing?
||The Uffizi Gallery is a museum in which European city?
||Which BBC radio programme introduces a castaway every week?
||Desert Island Discs
||Lewis Hamilton was disqualified from which 2009 Formula One Grand Prix?
||Who played Dudley Moore’s butler in the 1981 film ‘Arthur’?
||In the animal world, nidification is the building of what?
||Which British monarch famously said ‘I don’t wish to open windows into men’s souls’?
||Queen Elizabeth I
||The world’s highest waterfall is in which country?
||Venezuela (Angel Falls)
||Fashion brand Miu Miu is a subsidiary of which famous Italian fashion house?
||The gemstone ruby is the birthstone of people born in which month of the year?
||The novels ‘The Shipmaster, ‘The Iron Ships’ and ‘The Trade Winds’ by Cyril Abraham, are based on which 1970’s British tv series?
||The Onedin Line