||What was the name of the horse on which jockey Richard Dunwoody won the 1986 Grand National?
||Folic Acid is which vitamin?
||Which spirit is traditionally used to make a Sazarac cocktail?
||In human anatomy, the ‘sinciput’ forms which part of the body?
||Which religious reformer and theologian appeared before the ‘Diet of Worms’ in Germany in 1521?
||Which cathedral contains the tomb of English monarch Edward II?
||Poland, Russia, Sweden, Latvia, Germany and Finland all have a border on which body of water?
||Poet Wendy Cope wrote ‘Making Cocoa For……’who’?
||The ‘Osborne Bull’ is the unofficial national symbol of which European country?
||In French cookery, what is the main ingredient of an ‘Amandine’ sauce?
||What is the surname of the family in the tv series ‘Bonanza’?
||What is the nickname of Thierry Guetta, the French-born street-artist?
||How many ounces in a UK (long) ton?
||Wolf Mankowitz wrote the 1953 novel ‘A Kid For Two….’what’?
||In Greek mythology, sisters Stheno, Euryale and Medusa were the three what?
||Where is the UK’s annual four-day Bestival Music Festival held?
||Isle of Wight – Robin Hill Country Park
||Rhythm and Blues musician and vocalist Ellas Otha Bates was better known by what name?
||In the game of Bingo, ‘Dirty Knees’ represents which number?
||Caliban is a character in which Shakespeare play?
||William the Conqueror was Duke of which region of France from 1035 until his death?
||In Irish mythology, what is a ‘Pooka’ (or Puca)?
||Who plays Malcolm Tucker in the BBC comedy series ‘The Thick Of It’, which satirises the British modern government?
||The Cordoba is the basic monetary unit of which country?
||In UK employment, what did SERPS stand for between 1978 and 2002?
||State Earnings-Related Pensions Scheme
||Phobos and Diemos are the moons of which planet in our solar system?
||What is the name of a triangle which has sides unequal in length?
||Which English author wrote the ‘Swallows and Amazons’ series of children’s books?
||Cynology is the study of which animals?
||What is a ‘billets-doux’ in Engllish?
||In the human body, which bone connects the humerus with the clavicle?
||Scapula (shoulder blade)