||In 1889 which American inventor devised the first flexible transparent film suitable for motion pictures?
||What is the first part of the Jewish Bible called, which refers to the first five books of Moses?
||A halophyte is a plant that grows in what type of conditions?
||The Transandine Railway runs between which two South American countries?
||Chile and Argentina
||Which author wrote the book ‘The Firm’, ‘The Pelican Brief’ and ‘The Rainmaker’?
||In humans, emesis is more commonly known as what?
|| ‘Dimanche’ is French for which day of the week?
||In which 1932 film does Greta Garbo say the line ‘I want to be alone’?
||What name is given to an ornamental, usually coloured, design made of small pieces of hard material such as stone, tile or glass?
||Who was the first Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa?
||Sinology is the study of the language, history and culture of which country?
||A bronze medal is traditionally awarded for which place in a competition or race?
||Irish darts player John MaGowan is known by what nickname?
||Which spirit is traditionally used to make a Tom Collins cocktail?
||On the human body, a keloid is a type of what?
||Which English singer/songwriter released a 2010 album entitled ‘Lights’?
||Which French king was known as ‘The Quarrelsome’ (Le Hutin)?
||In a rugby union team, what number does the fly half wear on their shirt?
||What does the Latin phrase ‘Ad astra’ translate to in English?
||To the stars
||What is the square root of 225?
||What is a baby skunk called?
|| ‘Coach’ is a brand name for which fashion items?
||Misr is the local name for which North African country?
||What is the first name of Mr Darcy in the 2001 film ‘Bridget Jones’s Diary’?
||A ladder-back is a type of what?
||Which river runs past Balmoral Castle in Scotland?
||In the British military, a bombadier is equivalent to which other rank?
||A moa was what type of creature?
||Hafnia was the Latin name for which Danish city?
||On a can of WD-40, what does the WD stand for?