||Indian politician Sonia Gandhi was born in which country in 1946?
||What is the name of the four-sided spinning top with a Hebrew letter on each side, used by Jews in gambling games, especially at Hanukkah?
||Dreidel (or dreidl)
||In which year was the Factory Act passed in Britain, to improve conditions for children working in factories?
||In 1997, what was the first mammal to be cloned from an adult cell?
||Dolly the sheep
||In medicine, chromotopsia is the term for abnormally coloured what?
||What is the highest range of the male singing voice?
||Who was the mother of King James l of England?
||Mary Queen of Scots
||Which Irish musician released a 1988 album entitled ‘Watermark’?
||Wanlockhead is the highest village in which European country?
||Which London train station was designed by Lewis Cubitt in 1852?
||In medicine, what does GIFT stand for?
||Gamet IntraFallopian Transfer
||What is the name of the long, loose hooded cloak worn by Arab men?
||Burnous (or burnoose)
||What is the name of the spiked metal plate fixed to a boot for climbing on ice or rock?
||A pneumonectomy is the removal or part-removal of which part of the human body?
||Which US President ordered the development of the hydrogen bomb, in response to Russia (USSR) detonating its first atomic bomb?
||Harry S. Truman
||Which British designer designed the iPod?
||Saint Apollinia is the patron saint of which medical profession?
||In a synagogue, what is the name of the cupboard in which the Torah Scrolls are kept?
||The ‘Harvester Judgement’ was a benchmark legal case for ensuring workers in which country were paid a fair basic wage?
|| ‘The past is a foreign country, they do things differently there’, are the opening words to which novel?
||‘The Go Between’
||Which UK children’s tv show, launched in 1968, had a mascot called Murgatroyd?
||In banking, what does HSBC stand for?
||Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Coropration
||The Antionette Perry Awards for Excellence are better known by what name?
||What is the name of the two-dimensional surface with only one side/surface?
||Which US author said ‘Clothes make the man; naked people have little or no influence’?
||Which European country hosted the 1956 Winter Olympic Games?
||‘Lofsongur’ is the national anthem of which country?
||According to the Bible, how many pieces of silver did each of the Philistines offer Delilah to find out where Samson’s strength lay?
||In which board game do players use a ‘doubling cube’, which has the numbers 2,4,8,16,32,64 on it?
||In which mountain range is the 2000 film ‘Vertical Limit’ set?