||Who was the illustrator for most of Roald Dahl’s stories for children?
||Which Mediterranean island attained its independence from Britain in 1960?
||In which year year did English footballer Stanley Matthews play his final international game?
||1957 – against Scotland
||Florimania is a passion for what?
||Mary Helen Mackillop, also known as Saint Mary of the Cross, is the only person from which country to be recognised by the Roman Catholic church as a saint?
||The Kaieteur Falls are in which South American country?
||Who wrote the book ‘Dubliners’, first published in 1914?
||La Sapienza University is in which European city?
||What is the first name of 2010 World Champion Formula One racing driver Vettel?
||What is the name of the narrow strip of land, with water either side, linking two larger areas of land?
||Film critic John Simon described which actor as resembling ‘A half-melted bulldog’?
||Myocardium is the muscular tissue of which part of the human body?
||Which legendary Greek hero killed the Minotaur with the help of Ariadne?
||In cookery, Pelmeni dumplings originated in which European country?
||Curio is a character in which Shakespeare play?
||What is the official language of Egypt?
|| ‘March of the Volunteers’ is the national anthem of which country?
||Which famous US outlaw shot the cashier of a savings bank in Gallatin Missouri in 1869?
||The 1958 film ‘Gigi’ was based on the novel by which French author?
||In weights and measures, how many grains are in one pound?
||Actress Harlean Carpenter was better known by what name?
||Which actor narrated the 1970’s UK tv documentary ‘The World At War’?
||Which online bookstore was originally called Cadabra.com?
||Magyarorszag is the local name for which country?
||Who was the last English monarch to die on the battlefield?
||Earth Day is celebrated in the USA during which month of the year?
||April – 22nd
|| ‘Back to Bedlam’ was the debut album for which British singer?
||The National Motor Museum is in which English county?
||Mal de mer is the French term for which ailment in humans?
||CDN is the international car registration for which country?