||How many imperial gallons of oil are in a barrel?
||Rocinante is the name of which fictional character’s horse?
||Which British actress played Valerie in the 1997 film ‘Nil By Mouth’?
||In humans, enteritis is the inflammation of which part of the body?
||Who became Archbishop of Canterbury in February 2003?
||In literature, the Kate Greenaway Medal is awarded for what?
||Illustration – in children’s books
||In the Bible, what was the name of Jacob’s only daughter?
||Felsic, Mafic and Intermediate are all types of which natural substance?
||What was the name of the Brazilian player who won the Women’s Singles Finals at Wimbledon in 1959, 1960 and 1964?
||What is the name of the scarlet and gold banner of St Denis, which was given to early French kings on setting out for war?
||In which year was the death penalty for treason formally abolished on the mainland UK?
||In 1776, the United States Declaration of Independence decreed that how many American colonies, which were at war with Britain, were no longer part of the British Empire?
||Which nation’s football team won the FIFA World Cup in 2006?
||What type of food item is an andouille?
||Spicy pork sausage
||In 1938, which racehorse beat War Admiral by four lengths in their famous match race at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland, USA?
||What is the flattened circular organ in the uterus of pregnant women which nourishes the foetus through the umbilical cord?
||What type of plant is an opuntia?
||What was the final battle of the Napoleonic Wars?
||The Colossus of Rhodes was a statue of which Greek god?
||Helios – God of the Sun
||What is the rank of officer in the US Army above Colonel and below Major General?
||Which British singer had a lily named after her in 2010, which is officially registered as ‘Popstar’?
||The Cuillin Hills are on which Scottish island?
||What is the name of the soft fatty tissue in which blood cells are produced, found in the cavities of bones?
||Apart from English, what is the official language of Canada?
||What is the name of the steam locomotive which set the world speed record in July 1938 by reaching 126 mph on the East Coast Mainline in England?
||In which English county is Dunster Castle?
||Singer and musician Bono called which venue ‘Rock and roll’s great cathedral’?
||Madison Square Garden
||Which English Labour politician was Chancellor of the Exchequer 1974 – 79?
||Which prime number is between 11 and 17?
||Frederico Fellini was famous for his work in which of the arts?