||Which US state was considered the first to join the Union?
||Who is the narrator at the beginning and end of each episode of the children’s tv programme ‘Roary the Racing Car’?
||‘The Monday Club’ was established in 1961 by Tory MPs in reaction to which British Prime Minister’s ‘Winds of Change’ speech?
||What type of creature is a tanager?
||Who wrote the books ‘The Good Companions’ and ‘An Inspector Calls’?
||Who played the title role in the 1977 film ‘Annie Hall’?
||Navigator Fred Noonan disappeared with who, after taking off in their plane from New Guinea?
||What was the title of the book to first feature serial killer Hannibal Lecter?
||In the UK, in which year did the Life Peerage Act entitled women to sit in the House of Lords for the first time?
||Which actor plays a chain-smoking, womanising angel in the 1996 film ‘Michael’?
||The Rimutaka Railway Tunnel is in which country?
||In ‘Follow That Camel’, the fourteenth Carry On film, Sid James was replaced by which US actor?
||After their wedding in April 2011, Prince William’s bride placed her bouquet on whose tomb?
||‘The Unknown Warrior’ – Westminster Abbey
||In the UK, who was the Queen’s press secretary from 1978 to 1987?
||US comedian and actor Nathan Birnbaum, born in 1898, was better known by what name?
||On 26th September 1953, the rationing of what ended in the UK?
||What type of flower is a cattleya?
||Which former England rugby union player was nicknamed ‘Squeaky’?
||Used in cooking, Royal, Fondant, Buttercream and Foam are all types of what?
||A carillon is a set of at least 23 what, often located in a tower, each producing a musical note and usually played from a keyboard?
||In 1879, the Zulu War ended after which battle?
||The Battle of Rorke’s Drift
||What is the name of the two-handled, narrow-necked jar, used by ancient Greeks and Romans for holding oil or wine?
||Which British Prime Minister introduced income tax, to help offset a reduction in revenue caused by a decline in trade?
||William Pitt the Younger
||The Krimml Falls are in which European country?
||Borachio is a villain in which Shakespeare play?
||Much Ado About Nothing
||A mahout is a person who works, tends and rides which animal?
||American Larry Adler was known for playing which musical instrument?
||Which English-born businessman and politician was Rhodesia named after?
||Pung and Chow are terms used in which game?
||In mythology, which Roman goddess often assumed the form of a cat in order to mate with her brother Lucifer?