||What is name of cartoon character SpongeBob SquarePants pet snail?
||British athlete Jonathan Edwards competed in which event?
||In which body of water is the Great Barrier Reef?
||The Coral Sea
||Pico da Neblina is the highest mountain in which South American country?
|| ‘Mucke’ is the Serbo-Croatian name for which UK tv series?
||Only Fools and Horses
||Who did actress Marilyn Monroe marry in January 1954?
||The Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) is a political party in which country?
||Who composed ‘Water Music’ in 1717?
||George Frederic Handel
||Comedian, actor and director Melvin Kaminsky is better known by what name?
||Entomomania is a compulsive fascination with which type of creatures?
||Tahir Square is in which North African city?
||Which Russian city is the home of the Kirov (or Marinsky) Ballet?
||What is the name of the absent-minded inventor in the 1968 film ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’?
||Which chemical element does ‘Li’ represent in the Periodic Table?
||Reggie, Jughead, Betty and Veronica were members of which fictional band?
||Which country is bordered by China to the north, Laos to the northwest and Cambodia to the southwest?
||Regicide is the killing of who?
||In ornithology, what are remiges?
||Which cleric is known as the ‘Primate of All England’?
||Archbishop of Canterbury
||Basque, Aranese and Galician are all languages spoken in which European country?
||What is the name of the light porous form of solidified lava used a skin abrasive?
||A surgeon would perform brachioplasty on which part of the body?
||Which is the longest motorway in Britain?
||Who captained the England rugby union team in the 2011 World Cup in New Zealand?
|| In astronomy, ‘The Big Dipper’ is another name for which constellation?
||The Belgian beer ‘Kriek’ is flavoured with which fruit?
||The Forest of Arden is in which English county?
||In biochemistry, what does RNA stand for?
||Who composed the ‘Trout Quintet’?
||Which World War II battle was officially known as ‘The Ardennes Offensive’?
||The Battle of the Bulge