||The town of Honiton in Devon is famous for producing what?
||Who plays the Alfred the butler in the 2005 film ‘Batman Begins’?
||Which animal is measured in hands?
||Who was the first US President to appear on television while still in office?
||Franklin D. Roosevelt
||Castle Howard is in which English county?
||The headwear item ‘yamulke’ is better known by what name?
||Dydd Iau is Welsh for which day of the week?
||The quetzal is the basic monetary unit of which country?
||The East Siberian Sea lies in which body of water?
||What is the collective name for a group of rhinos?
||British athlete Tessa Sanderson competed in which field event?
||Who was the Archbishop of Canterbury between 1980 and 1991?
||Which British former politician wrote the novel ‘The Eleventh Commandment’?
||In medicine, belonephobia is an irrational fear of what?
||Who played Muhammad Ali in the 2001 film ‘Ali’?
||What type of creature is a kagu (or cagou)?
||A ‘Lace’ anniversary celebrates many years of marriage?
||In human anatomy, popliteal relates to which part of the body?
||Back of the knee
||Who was the father of English monarch Edward VI?
||In 1785, the first crossing of which body of water was made by Francois Blanchard and John Jeffries using a hot air balloon?
||How many coloured rings make up the Olympic Games symbol?
|| ‘Prince Caspian’, ‘The Magician’s Nephew’ and ‘The Silver Chair’ are all books from which series?
||The paint calcamine (or kalsomine) is better known by what name?
||In which sport would a referee say ‘Crouch, Bind, Set’?
||Author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson is better known by what name?
||Vermicide is a substance used for killing which creatures?
||Miss Gatsby and Miss Tibbs were two elderly residents in which UK tv sitcom?
|| ‘The Angel of the North’ is the work of which British sculptor?
||Who was US actor Mickey Rooney’s first wife?
||Which year saw the Dunkirk evacuation of British forces during World War II?