||The medical term ‘Prominentia Laryngea’ is commonly known as which part of the body?
||In 1935, which country was renamed Iran?
||Which was the first British football club to win the European Cup-Winners Cup?
||The SNCF is the national railway corporation of which European country?
||On 30th July 1938, the first issue of which children’s comic was published in Britain?
||Which country was defeated by the French during the Battle of Friedland in the Napoleonic Wars?
||Canada has how many provinces?
||Australian born Laura Robson is associated with which sport?
||Which is the only species of deer of which both male and female have antlers?
||In 1961, the painting titled ‘Le Bateau’ by which artist hung upside down in the Museum of Modern Art in New York for 47 days without anyone noticing?
||What is the name given to the fluid surrounding a foetus in the womb?
||Which former RAF pilot wrote the novel ‘Airport’?
||In James Bond novels and films, what is the codename for the fictional research and development division of the British Secret Service?
||Xerophagy is the eating of what?
||In 1993, which animated animal was first used to advertise Coca Cola?
||The Seto Inland Sea separates the three main islands of which country?
||In Salvador Dali’s painting ‘The Persistence of Memory’, what objects appear to be melting?
||What is the national flower of Cyprus?
||Which element does ‘K’ represent in the Periodic Table?
||Which American playwright wrote the play ‘All God’s Chillun Got Wings’?
||A pottle is an old measurement for liquids equal to how many pints?
||Four (half a gallon)
||If a person is ambidextrous they can use which part of the body equally well?
||Which cartoon cat has friends called Choo Choo, Benny the Ball and Fancy Fancy?
||Top Cat (or Boss Cat)
||Which English Monarch was created ‘Defender of the Faith’ by Pope Leo X?
||In the US tv series ‘Dallas’, what was the first name of Bobby and Pam Ewing’s adopted son?
||A creance is the name of the long fine cord used in which sport?
||In the UK tv series ‘Mr Bean’, what model car does Mr Bean drive?
||Which 19th Century poet wrote ‘Clancy of the Overflow’?
||Italian mountaineers Lino Lacedelli and Achille Compagnoni became the first people to successfully reach the summit of which Himalayan peak, via the Abruzzi Ridge?
||The Codex Vaticanus is said to be the oldest almost complete manuscript of which book?