||The city of Memphis is in which North African country?
||Convict George Joseph Smith was known as the ‘Brides in the ‘what’ murderer’?
||Which late actor and comedian was born Solomon Joel Cohen in May 1913?
|| ‘Der er et yndigtland’ is the national anthem of which country?
||Which British monarch founded the Yeomen of the Guard, originally as a royal bodyguard?
||Which US author wrote the novel ‘Get Shorty’?
||What is the person called who calls Muslims to prayer from the minaret of a Mosque?
||Muezzin (or Muzim)
||Which artist is known for his ‘Blue Period’?
||Which country hosted the 1994 FIFA World Cup?
||Which Hollywood actress and gossip columnist debuted as a host of her own radio programme in November 1939?
||The Solheim Cup is contested by women in which sport?
||In the human body, Seasonal Allergic Rhinitis is commonly known by what name?
||Italian musician David Rizzio was private secretary to which British monarch?
||Mary Queen of Scots
||Independence Day is celebrated in Finland during which month of the year?
||Who was World Heavyweight Boxing Champion 1919 to 1926?
||What type of creature is a bulbul?
||How many players are on the field at one time in a men’s lacrosse team?
||What is the name of the dark, dense German bread made from coarsely ground rye?
||What does the rubbery synthetic polymer PVA stand for?
||Asturias, Aragon and Murcia are regions in which European country?
||US singer Thomas DeCarlo Callaway is better known by what name?
||In the British Army, what does REME stand for?
||Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
|| ‘Down and Out in Paris and London’ was written by which British author?
||Who won the 2010 Brit Award for best British Female Solo Artist?
||The city of Qom is in which country?
||In British law, what does QC stand for?
||X Type, Open End, Two Way and Closed End are all types of what used in the fashion industry?
||What was the name of the late King’s jester in Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’?
||Who assassinated US President Abraham Lincoln in 1865?
||John Wilkes Booth
||Which is the only novel by Charles Dickens to have a female narrator (Esther Summerson)?