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1 What was the name of the Prime Minister of Egypt who was assassinated in 1910?
2 Singer Alvin Stardust played pub landlord Greg Andersen in which UK tv soap?
3 In the novel ‘Gulliver’s Travels’ what is Gulliver’s first name?
4 In February 1935, Wallace H. Carothers first produced which synthetic material?
5 A mustang is what type of creature?
6 Englishman Bob Nudd has been world champion four times in which sport?
7 The heat of what is measured on the Scoville Scale?
8 The OK Corral is in which US town?
9 In Greek mythology, Amphitrite, queen of the sea, was the wife of which god?
10 Which European city is said to have been the first to introduce house numbers, in 1512?
11 The song ‘Wandrin’ Star’ comes from which 1969 film?
12 In 1816, which famous English dandy fled to France to escape debtor’s prison?
13 Which British boxer bought one of the original ‘Only Fools and Horses’ Reliant Robins in 2004?
14 John Sentamu was given which English title in May 2005?
15 On which part of the body would a mukluk be worn?
16 In religion, Michael, Raphael, Gabriel, Uriel, Chamuel, Jophiel and Zadkiel are all what?
17 Which was the first London Underground railway line to be built?
18 In the UK, which ‘money’ is struck in denominations of one, two, three and four pence?
19 Chamber, Time, Dead and Cylinder are all types of what?
20 The Scottish city of Perth lies on which river?
21 Which band released an 1974 album entitled ‘Crime of the Century’?
22 What is the first name of comic-hero Superman’s natural mother?
23 Which player scored for both sides during the 1987 F.A. Cup Final?
24 Which British Labour minister was known as Lord Porn?
25 What type of animal is a Herdwick?
26 The cat Gray-Malkin appears in which Shakespeare Play?
27 In horse racing, during which month is the St. Leger run?
28 Surrealist painter Rene Magritte was born in which country?
29 Actor Roy Harold Scherer was better known by what name?
30 Philip IV became King of which European country in 1621?