||Aschenputtel is the German name for which fairy tale heroine?
||In which English town is the University of Teesside?
||Which British politician became Member of Parliament for Epping in October 1924?
||Which was the first country to stage football’s European Championship final twice?
||Which musician/singer had a pet cat called Rupi that inspired the title song of his 2004 album ‘Rupi’s Dance’?
||Who was the first US President to be born in a hospital?
||In Rudyard Kipling’s novel ‘The Jungle Book’, what is the name of the black panther?
||What items were issued to British pilots in World War ll, which could be soaked in water and unfold to reveal a map for escape if the pilot was captured?
||‘The Crafty Cockney’ was the nickname of which British darts player?
||In which year was the Ford Anglia car first produced in the UK?
||Dame Mary Lesley Perkins is a co-founder of which chain of UK opticians?
||How many tentacles (or appendages) does a squid have?
||Ten (8 tentacles, 2 arms)
||Former Wimbledon tennis player John McEnroe was born in which country?
||The term ‘Cathay’ refers to which modern day country?
||Who wrote the novel ‘Across the River and Into the Trees’?
||‘Good ‘Ol Boys’ by Waylon Jennings was the theme tune to which US tv series?
||The Dukes of Hazzard
||St Gallen Airport is in which European country?
||Which famous jewellers makes the Super Bowl Trophy?
||Tiffany & Co.
||Which mythical creature features on the flag of Bhutan?
||In ancient Rome, what was a scutum?
||Bedloe’s Island in New York Harbour, is the former name of which island?
||In medicine, a penectomy is the removal of what?
||Which scientist was offered the presidency of Israel in 1952 by Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion?
||Atomic, Water and Carriage are all types of what?
||In the UK, what was the first Welsh football team to play in the Premier League?
||Which part of Peter Pan was kept in a drawer in the Darling household?
||In computing, what does DPI stand for?
||Dots per inch
||Who was the first US President to speak in Westminster Hall in London?
||‘The Palace of the Peak’ is the nickname of which English stately home?
||How many tiles are at there in a Double-12 set of dominoes?