||Pteridology is the study of which type of plants?
||Cantabrigians are residents of which English city?
||According to the Bible, what was the name of Noah’s second son?
||In which English city was the UK tv soap ‘Albion Market’ set?
||Which type of seeds are traditionally used in a recipe for seed cake?
||Scrumpy is a type of which alcoholic drink?
||At which temperature do Fahrenheit and Celsius meet?
||The Greek national anthem has a total of how many verses (or stanzas)?
||Which late singer was known as the ‘Electric Poet’?
||An atoll is formed by which natural substance?
||Port-of-Spain is the capital of which Caribbean republic?
||Trinidad & Tobago
||Which famous British author used the pen name Mary Westmacott?
||In sport, what does IOC stand for?
||International Olympic Committee
||What are the names of Peter Rabbit’s sisters in ‘The Tale of Peter Rabbit’ by Beatrix Potter?
||Flopsy, Mopsy, Cottontail
||What does an anemometer measure?
||What are the name of the veins on each side of the neck which drain blood from the head and neck to larger veins passing to the heart?
||Who wrote the novel ‘The Invisible Man’, published in 1897?
||Mount Chimborazo is in which South American country?
||What is the basic monetary unit of Israel?
||In June 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austria-Hungary throne, was assassinated in which Bosnian province?
||In 1937, which aviatrix disappeared on a flight from New Guinea to Howland Island?
||Demophobia is the irrational fear of what?
||Which band’s 2007 album is entitled ‘Send Away the Tigers’?
||Manic Street Preachers
||Which British presenter spoke the first words on GMTV when it was launched in January 1993?
||A piculet is which type of creature?
||Who directed the 1987 film ‘Full Metal Jacket’?
||In which European country is Lake Ree?
||King Zog was the monarch of which country?
||The magazine Marie Claire was first published in 1937 in which country?
|| ‘The Declaration of Breda’ was which English monarch’s manifesto for the Restoration of the Monarchy?