||On UK television, what does TOWIE stand for?
||The Only Way Is Essex
||The Creamfields Dance Music Festival takes place annually in which English county?
||The London Bridge, built in 1831, was transported stone by stone to which US state?
||In the poem ‘Monday’s Child’, what is Wednesday’s child full of?
||In which year was women’s football officially introduced into the Summer Olympics?
||In London in 1788, the ‘Daily Universal Register’ was relaunched as which newspaper?
||Which sea creature has been adopted as the symbol of the Parramatta Rugby League Club in Sydney, Australia?
||What is the first name of Mildred’s sister in the UK television sitcom ‘George and Mildred’?
||Which clothing chain was founded by brothers Clemens and August Brenninkmeijer in 1841?
||Falange was the name given to several political movements and parties dating from the 1930’s in which European country?
||19th Century Hungarian-born newspaper proprietor, whose first name was Joseph, had which award named after him?
||Freddy Eynsford Hill is a character in which play?
||Which breed of dog won Best In Show at Crufts 2011?
||YMCA stands for which worldwide organisation?
||Young Men’s Christian Association
||The format of which British television show is based on the American show ‘College Bowl’?
||The Buckingham Fountain, built in 1927, is in which US city?
||Euronext is an electronic stock exchange based in which European city?
||The alcoholic drink Absinthe originated in which European country?
||The company ‘Longines’ are famous for manufacturing which luxury items?
||In the US television show ‘The Simpsons’, what colour dress does Marge normally wear?
||In sport, what does UEFA stand for?
||Union of European Football Associations
||Who became Prime Minister of New Zealand in August 1989?
||Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock play sisters from a long line of witches in which 1998 film?
||Which is the second longest river in Africa?
||In the novel ‘Jane Eyre’ by Charlotte Bronte, what is the name of Mr Rochester’s first wife?
||Which fictional character is the subject of George Frampton’s bronze statue in Kensington Gardens, London?
||Actress Audrey Hepburn won her only Oscar for which film?
||On a mobile phone keypad, the letters ‘tuv’ are on which number button?
||What was the name of the tavern in London where the Masonic Grand Lodge of England was founded in the 18th Century?
||Goose and Gridiron
||Actress Betty Joan Perske is better known by what name?