||Which two colours make up the national flag of Greenland?
||White and red
||In which US state were the 1692 Witch Trials held?
||Which English author’s five years experience in the Indian Imperial Police was behind his 1934 novel ‘Burmese Days’?
||In the Harry Potter series of books, what is the name of Hermoine Granger’s cat?
||The ‘Up-Helly-Aa’ festival is held in the Scottish town of Lerwick during which month of the year?
||In Greek mythology, who murdered Glauce, the bride of Jason, on their wedding day?
||Which English Premier League football club has the motto ‘Nil Satis Nisi Optimum’ (Nothing but the best is good enough)?
||Which UK comedy series featured the characters Eccles, Bloodnok and Bluebottle?
||The Goon Show
||Bacon, Hazzard, Ganter and Topa Topa are all varieties of which fruit?
||What is the cube root of 729?
||The railway in Africa which runs from Mombasa to lake Victoria, which was hit by a series of disasters, is known as The ‘what’ Line?
||Which national team beat Hungary 4-2 to win the 1938 FIFA World Cup?
||Carried in front of English sovereigns at their coronation to represent mercy, what is a curtana?
||A hexagon is a plane figure with how many sides and angles?
||Chopin Airport is in which European city?
||What is the main ingredient of a matelote dish?
||Who played Hannah in the 1986 film ‘Hannah and Her Sisters’?
|| ‘The Divine Miss M’ was the debut album of which US singer?
||Cobweb and Toolroom are Secret Service codenames for whose US office?
||The Vice President
||Who hosted the first televised UK National Lottery show in 1994?
||Which Rodgers and Hammerstein musical was written for actress Gertrude Lawrence, who died a year later halfway through the show’s run?
||The King and I
||Curtly Ambrose played for which national cricket team?
||Which was the 48th US state to be admitted to the Union, in February 1912?
||Irish businessman Sean Quinn became the owner of which British golf course in 2005?
||Donald Pleasance, Telly Savalas and Charles Gray have all played the role of which James Bond villain?
||Ernst Stavro Blofeld
||In Greek cookery, what is the name of the selection of small hot and cold dishes served as an appetizer?
||Meze (or mezze)
||Pen y Fan is the highest peak in which British national park?
||What was the name of the US poet, famous for writing confessional poems, who committed suicide in 1972 aged 57?
||What is the US state capital of North Dakota?
||Which singer released a 1989 album entitled ‘Foreign Affair’?