||Composite, Shield and Cinder Cone are all types of what?
||In the Harry Potter novels, what is the name of Neville Longbottom’s toad?
||Mouldwarp is an old name for which creature?
||If a person is born on 10th January, what zodiac sign do they have?
||Which famous racehorse is buried next to the finishing post of the Aintree Racecourse?
||All Saints Day is celebrated in France during which month of the year?
||November – 1st
||What is the name of Humphrey Bogart’s character in the film ‘Casablanca’?
||In which European country is the Great Belt Bridge?
||The Clarin is the best-selling daily newspaper in which South American country?
||Winston Churchill’s tribute ‘Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few’, was paid to which of the UK’s armed forces?
||Royal Air Force
||The painting, La Jaconde, is better known by what name?
||What is the US state capital of Louisiana?
||Sandra Bullock played FBI agent Gracie Hart in which 2000 film?
||Which English King met Francois l of France on the Field of the Cloth of Gold in 1520?
||The Sonoran Desert is part of the border between which two countries?
||United States and Mexico
||Thabo Mbeki became President of which country in June 1999?
||Gloucester Old Spot is a breed of which animal?
||What is the title of the 1996 Oscar-winning documentary about the Muhammad Ali and George Foreman 1974 ‘Rumble in the Jungle’ fight in Zaire?
||When We Were Kings
||A lumpectomy is the surgical removal of a lump from which part of the body?
||In June 1938, Action Comics #1 was published, featuring which comic book hero for the first time?
||In which year was Queen of France, Marie Antionette, executed?
||1793 – 16th October
||London is a city in which Canadian province?
||The Battle of Vimy Ridge took place in which country during World War l?
||In the children’s story ‘Peter Pan, what is Captain Hook’s first name?
||What is the name of the flag that has been seriously considered by some as an alternative to the Australian flag, because of its association with with democracy and nationalism?
||The Eureka Flag
||The company Starbucks is reportedly named after a character in which novel?
||Hellen was the mythological patriarch of which European country?
||In November 1952, which Agatha Christie murder-mystery play opened at the Ambassadors Theatre, London?
||French writer Michel Thaler published a 233 page novel called ‘The Nowhere Train’ (Le Train de Nulle Part), without using any what in his sentences?
||What is the only number in the English language which is spelt using the same number of letters as the number itself?