||Effie Crockett was said to have composed which lullaby in 1886?
||What was former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s maiden name?
|| ‘Obey your thirst’ is the advertising slogan for which soft drink?
||Selenology is the scientific study of which celestial body?
|| ‘Papaver’ is the Latin name for which flower?
||What was the first name of Russian monk Rasputin, who befriended Nicholas II and his family?
||Erythema affects which part of the human body?
||What was the name of the restaurant opened by Lily Savage and Loyd Grossman in the UK tv soap ‘Brookside’?
||What was Dorothy’s surname in the 1939 film ‘The Wizard of Oz’?
|| ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf’ is the work of which American dramatist?
||The Nou Camp Football Stadium is in which Spanish city?
||Equinophobia is the abnormal fear of which animals?
||Who wrote the ‘Canterbury Tales’ in the 14th Century?
||In which James Bond film did Rowan Atkinson make his film debut?
||Never Say Never Again
||What type of creature is a bitterling?
||Which British musician hosts their Annual Hootenanny on television on New Year’s Eve?
|| ‘The Thought Police’ feature in which 1949 novel?
||How many medals did Germany win in the 2002 Winter Olympic Games?
||Which is the fastest moving land snake in the world?
||Which sport is featured in the 1992 film ‘The Mighty Ducks’?
|| ‘A crutch and a duck’ is the term for which bingo number?
||Spud, Shot and Hand are all types of what?
||Who wrote the children’s story ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes’?
||Hans Christian Anderson
||In which castle was English monarch Henry VII born?
||What was the middle name of US Vice President Spiro Agnew?
|| ‘Songs of Love’ by The Divine Comedy is the theme tune to which UK tv comedy series?
||Split Mountain is in which US state?
||Which Mediterranean island do Kevin and Perry holiday on in the 2000 film ‘Kevin and Perry Go Large’?
||What is the medical term for abnormally low blood pressure?
||Cassandra, Grizabella and Skimbleshanks are all characters in which Andrew Lloyd Webber musical?