||Silent film star Charlie Chaplin was born in which European city?
||What type of creature is a minke?
||Which playing card is known as ‘Lancelot’?
||Jack of clubs
||The Azores island group is administered by which country?
||Which was the first Latin-American country to legalise same-sex marriage?
||In which event did Amy Williams win a gold medal for Britain at the 2010 Winter Olympics?
|| ‘Tanach’ describes the whole of the scriptures of which religion?
||Who played Vicky Pollard’s twin sister in the 2006 Comic Relief episode of ‘Little Britain’?
||Deba, boning, sashimi and paring are all types of what?
||Managua is the capital of which South American country?
||In the game of Bingo, ‘Jump and Jive’ is the nickname for which number?
|| ‘Crome Yellow’ is the title of which author’s first novel?
||In 1865, British mountaineer Edward Whymper became the first person to scale which mountain?
||In Greek mythology, Hypnos was the god of what?
||Who directed the 1968 film ‘Rosemary’s Baby’?
||How many starting players are in a basketball team?
||Who does the commentary in the UK tv programme ‘Come Dine With Me’?
||Fratricide is the killing of one’s what?
||Dubris was the Roman name for which English port?
||Which 18th century British author described a second marriage as ‘The triumph of hope over experience’?
||Which is the second planet from the sun?
||Which real-life couple starred in the 1994 remake of the film ‘The Getaway’?
||Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger
||In January 1986, George Younger took up which British cabinet post
||Which football club did Jimmy Greaves play for between 1977 and 1979?
||Alice Fitzwarren was the wife of which Lord Mayor of London?
||Hidrosis is the medical term for which bodily function?
||Blueberry Jelly Beans were created for which US President?
||What are author J.R.R. Tolkien’s first names?
||John Ronald Reuel
||In which city was tennis player Martina Navratilova born?
||What type of animal is Sooty the Bear’s girlfriend Soo?