||Which US disc jockey is credited with coining the phrase ‘Rock and Roll’ during the 1950’s?
||The Java Trench is part of which ocean?
||Who became the youngest man, at age 35, to win the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964?
||Martin Luther King
||Which planet in our solar system is known is ‘The Morning Star’ when it appears in the eastern sky before sunrise?
||Bicerin is a traditional hot drink native to which Italian city?
||Turin – a mix of cappuccino and hot chocolate
||In British politics, who succeeded Jeremy Thorpe as acting leader of the Liberal Party in 1976?
||The 1950’s Mau Mau uprising was against the British occupation of which country?
||On which part of the body would a ghillie normally be worn?
||In science, a pascal is a measure of what?
||Who played Father Noel Furlong in the British tv series ‘Father Ted’?
||Which Biblical figure destroyed the Temple of the Philistines?
||Domingo Liotta MD, of Argentina, designed and developed the first artificial what, which was successfully implanted in a human in 1969?
||In which 2000 film starring Jude Law does former boxer Ricky Grover make a cameo appearance?
||Love, Honour and Obey
||On the human body, a sanguineous crust is better known by what name?
||‘The First Lord of the Treasury’ is inscribed on the letterbox of which address in London?
||10, Downing Street
||In which year did the Euro become the official currency in Ireland?
||2002 – 1st January
||Architect Inigo Jones was born in which European city in 1573?
||How many goals were scored in the 2006 FIFA World Cup?
||In which European country is the Briksdal Glacier?
||In the children’s ‘Mr Men’ books, what shape is Mr Rush?
||A painting by which artist was damaged in January 2010 when a student fell into it at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York?
||Picasso – ‘The Actor’
||What is the title of the 1983 film in which teenager Tom Cruise turns his parents home into a brothel?
||What was the name of the ship in which Captain Robert Scott set sail for the Antarctic in 1901?
||In which year was the Battle of Bannockburn, between Scotland and England?
||Which Canadian island lies to the east of the Gulf of St Lawrence?
||What is the capital of Switzerland?
||Bern or Berne
||Mycroft is the older brother of which fictional detective?
||What is the name of the short red cape, or piece of cloth, suspended from a hollow staff and brandished by a matador during a bullfight?
||What is a positively charged ion called?
||In which year were women allowed to compete in athletics events for the first time in the Olympic Games?