||What is the national flower of South Africa?
||Meles Zenawi became Prime Minister of which country in 1995?
||The Burgos Cathedral is in which European country?
||Which US President was given the nickname ‘The Comeback Kid’?
||Which champion racehorse, who died in 1932, was sometimes referred to as ‘Australia’s Wonder Horse’?
||Mountjoy Prison is in which European city?
||What colour are post/mail boxes in Morocco?
||Napoleon and Snowball appear in which 1945 novel?
||What is the US state capital of Illinois?
||Renaissance astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus was born in which modern-day European country?
||Actor Sid James played the character Sid Boggle in which ‘Carry On’ film?
||Carry On Camping
||What is the basic currency in Greenland?
||In humans, epicondylitis affects which part of the body?
||Nefertiti was the wife of which Egyptian Pharaoh?
||Which country has the internet domain .fi?
||What type of creature is a bummalo?
||What was the first name of Roget, the compiler of the first ‘Roget’s Thesaurus’?
||In which 1974 and 2003 films does the character ‘Leatherface’ appear?
||The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
||Campanology is the study and art of what?
||Who was former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s Chief Press Secretary?
||Which South American country has borders with all other South American countries apart from Ecuador and Chile?
||Fanny Price is the main character in which Jane Austen novel?
||In the UK, which year was the Royal Automobile Club founded?
||Which 1980 film, starring Kris Kristofferson, and generally considered the biggest flop in cinema history contributed to the bankruptcy of United Artists?
||The Russian seaport Novorossiysk lies on which body of water?
||Jock, Trusty, Toughy and Pedro are all characters in which Disney film?
||Lady and the Tramp
||Who led the 1381 Peasants Revolt in the UK, with Jack Straw, John Ball and others, and was stabbed to death by the Lord Mayor of London?
||The UEFA (Union of European Football Associations) was founded in which European country in 1954?
||What does ‘S’ represent in the Periodic Table?
||A hangover cure, made traditionally with raw, egg, Worcestershire Sauce and seasoning, is known as a ‘Prairie….what’?