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