||The Rum Rebellion of 1808 was the only successful armed takeover of government in the history of which country?
||Robert Timothy French created which type of condiment, which debuted at the St. Louis World’s Fair in 1904?
||In religion, who is said to be the maternal grandmother of Jesus?
||Who wrote the 1930’s novel ‘Tender is the Night’?
||F. Scott Fitzgerald
||Which two of English monarch Henry VIII’s wives were executed for adultery?
||Anne Boleyn, Catherine Howard
||Which annual motor event did former Armani model Maximillion Cooper found in 1999?
||The Gumbal 3000 Car Rally
||Edeomania is an abnormal interest in which part of the body?
||In Greek mythology, musician and poet Arion was kidnapped by pirates and saved by which creatures?
||Which US actor’s film company founded the Sundance Film Festival?
||Who became the youngest World Heavyweight Boxing Champion in 1956?
||In humans, dipsosis is an excessive what?
|| ‘Heard melodies are sweet, but those unheard are sweeter’, is from which work by John Keats?
||Ode to a Grecian Urn
||What is the title of the 1984 film in which Bob Hoskins plays the owner of a club where Richard Gere plays the cornet?
||The Cotton Club
||Who was the first unseeded tennis player to win the Wimbledon Men’s Finals?
||Maria Fitzherbert was ‘married’ to which British monarch?
||Which British comedian was known as ‘The Cheeky Chappie’?
||Portugal shares a land border with which country?
||In which year was live television coverage of the Olympic Games available internationally for the first time?
||Which US organisation has the motto ‘Fidelity, Bravery and Integrity’?
||In Shakespeare’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ who does Beatrice agree to marry in the end?
||What is the head of a jellyfish called?
||Which element is added to steel to make it stainless?
||Which is the smallest instrument in the flute family?
||In religion, who traditionally sits on the Sedia Gestatoria?
||In June 1940, who was officially recognised by Britain as the ‘Leader of all free Frenchmen, wherever they may be’?
||General Charles de Gaulle
||What is composer Offenbach’s ‘Galop Infernal’ better known as?
||The Can Can
||What is the eighth sign of the Zodiac?
||Which spirit is traditionally used to make the cocktail Mint Julep?
||Which explosive is named after a suburb of Pardubice in the Czech Republic, where it was first manufactured in 1964?
||Semtex (SEMTin and EXplosive)
||Who was the last English monarch to enter the House of Commons?