||In 1818, British obstetrician James Blundell performed the first successful human what?
||Which British explorer arrived in Tahiti in 1769?
||Captain James Cook
||Who played the title role in the 1975 film ‘Barry Lyndon’?
||In 1907, which ill-fated liner of the Cunard Line made its maiden voyage?
||Who was the last British Prime minister to die in office?
||Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston
||Aravind Adiga’s novel ‘The White Tiger’ won which prestigious award in 2008?
||The Man Booker Prize
||NaCl is the chemical compound of which common substance?
||Salt (Sodium Chloride)
||Which actress played the role of identical twins, Susan and Sharon, in the 1961 film ‘The Parent Trap’?
||In cooking, 190 degrees Celsius is the equivalent to which Gas Mark?
||What do the interior angles of a hexagon add up to in degrees?
||The Big Muddy River in Southern Illinois joins which other river?
||Marie Antoinette was married to which French King?
||The drug ‘Reyataz’ is used for treating which medical condition?
||Who was replaced by Sid Vicious as bassist in the punk rock band The Sex Pistols?
||The roe of lumpfish is used as a substitute for which delicacy?
||In banking, what does ATM stand for?
||Automated Teller Machine
||Which singer released the single ‘Lonely’ in 2005?
||In Greek mythology, what is the name of the nymph who was pursued by Apollo and transformed by the gods into a laurel bush?
||In botany, what is the decay-resistant outer coating of a pollen grain or spore called?
||In Vermont, USA, there is an old law stating that it is illegal for women to wear what without their husbands written consent?
||Actor Nicholas Cage plays gun-runner Yuri Orlov in which 2005 film?
||Lord of War
||The first Stock-Exchange in America was founded in which city?
||What is the eighth sign of the Zodiac?
||To the nearest month, what is the gestation period of a horse?
||Which 18th Century scientist and politician invented a glass harmonica (or ‘armonica) in 1761?
||British tv ‘Dragon’ Theo Paphitis was the chairman of which London football club for eight years until 2006?
||Which two mainland European countries compete in the Six Nations Rugby Tournament?
||France and Italy
||In medicine, algology is the study of what?
||Who invented the Mercury Thermometer in 1714?
||Sir Walter Raleigh was executed during the reign of which English monarch?