||In December 1935, Anthony Eden took up which government post in Britain?
||The Wang River is in which Asian country?
||Who wrote the 1940 novel ‘Fanny By Gaslight’?
||Henry Vlll became heir to the English throne on the death of which brother in 1502?
||The Jasmund National Park is in which European country?
|| ‘Brenda’ is the nickname of which famous person in the satirical magazine ‘Private Eye’?
||Queen Elizabeth ll
||Who played Danny Ocean in the 1960 film ‘Ocean’s Eleven’?
||What is the national flower of Persia?
||In the human body, what is the mandible?
||Actor/comedian Maxwell George Lorimer is better known by what name?
||In which US state was the late singer Michael Jackson born?
||The European city of Vienna lies on which river?
||In November 1936, who was elected US President for a second term in office?
||Franklin D. Roosevelt
||A broom made of twigs tied round a stick is called a what?
||Which artist is the subject of the 1956 film ‘Lust For Life’?
||Vincent van Gogh
||Potomology is the scientific study of what?
||The medical condition Herpes Zoster is commonly known as what?
||Which English artist’s first names were Joseph Mallord William?
||What is the capital of Estonia?
||A Bouvier is what type of animal?
||What is the sub-title of the 1984 film ‘Star Trek 3’?
||The Search For Spock
||The alcoholic drink Perry is made from the fermented juice of which fruit?
||Who wrote the children’s stories ‘The Clangers’, ‘Noggin the Nog’ and ‘Bagpuss’?
||A Gurdwara is a place of worship in which religion?
||Sevastopol, in the Crimea, lies on the shore of which body of water?
||Roman numeral XCV is what number?
||According to the Bible, what was the first bird to be sent out of the Ark by Noah?
||What was British Empire Day renamed in 1958?
||Which Hollywood actress appeared on the centrefold of the first issue of ‘Playboy’ magazine?
||Who wrote the novel ‘Brideshead Revisited’?