||What is the title of the 1971 film in which Clint Eastwood plays DJ Dave Garver?
||Play Misty For Me
||Who wrote the poem ‘Funeral Blues’ (Stop All the Clocks)?
||Phan Xi Pang is the highest mountain in which country?
||Red Connors is the sidekick of which fictional Wild West hero?
||On a standard dartboard, what number lies between 2 and 10?
||What relation was German-born British painter Lucian Freud to Austrian neurologist Sigmund Freud?
||Saqqara is an ancient burial site in which country?
||Who composed the ballet ‘Swan Lake’?
||What is the smallest British bird?
||Who wrote the novel ‘The Bad Mother’s Handbook’?
||What is the medical term for the condition in which one or both of the testes fail to descend from the abdomen to the scrotum?
||Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize?
||Which English model was married to musicians George Harrison and Eric Clapton?
||A sallet, part of Medieval armour, was worn on which part of the body?
|| ‘What a gentleman, a scholar, what an acrobat’ describes which cartoon character?
||Banana cut, Dingle and Swingman are terms used in which sport?
||In the game of Scrabble, the ‘M’ tile is worth how many points?
||Which film won the Oscar for Best Picture at the 2011 Academy Awards?
||The King’s Speech
||Which bank had the first ATM machine in Britain?
||A ‘Scouser’ is a native of which English city?
||The volcanic rock Kimberlite is best known for sometimes containing which gemstone?
||Perkin, Posie and Pootle were characters in which children’s tv programme?
||Logan International Airport serves which US city?
||What type of animal is a karakul?
||Who developed bifocal spectacles in 1784?
||Myelitis is the inflammation of which part of the human body?
||In the 1994 film ‘Speed’ starring Keanu Reeves, what speed must the bus not fall below?
||50 Miles per hour
||Which British singer released a 1972 album entitled ‘Blondes Have More Fun’?
||In which part of the human body would you find the obturator muscles?
||In horse racing, during which month is the Cheltenham Cup run?