||Cointreau, lemon juice and which spirit make a Sidecar cocktail?
||Which cigarette brand was launched in 1924 with the slogan ‘Mild As May’?
||Which US artist died in a car crash in August 1956, aged 44?
||In humans, the condition erythema affects which part of the body?
||The Aviva Premiership is a professional English league competition in which sport?
||Who wrote the novel ‘The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie’?
|| ‘On Stranger Tides’ and ‘Dead Man’s Chest’ are subtitles of which series of films?
||Pirates of the Caribbean
||In the game of darts, what is the name of the line behind which the players stand to throw their darts?
||What is the word for ‘Friend’ in Swahili?
||What type of acid is secreted by red ants and stinging nettles?
||What is the extreme sport called in which a person hurls themselves down a hill inside a large hollow ball?
||How many pins are on a SCART connector, used to connect video equipment?
||In November 2011, which rock star was made an ‘Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters’ in Paris, one of France’s highest cultural awards?
||A Sergeant Baker is what type of creature?
||Pomiculture is the cultivation of what?
||In September 2011, who became the oldest living artist to have a number one album, with Duets II, in the US charts?
||In cookery, calabaza is also called West Indian ‘what’?
||Tom, Barbara, Jerry and Margo are all characters in which 1970’s UK television sitcom?
||The Good Life
||Sindh is a province of which Asian country?
||Russian dessert ‘Pashka’ is traditionally eaten during which religious holiday?
||What is the name of the jockey who won the 2011 English Grand National on Ballabriggs?
||In the UK television series ‘Sharpe’, starring Sean Bean, what is Sharpe’s first name?
||The diameter of a standard CD measures how many centimetres?
|| Olympus is the highest peak on which Mediterranean island?
||Madame de Pompadour and Madame du Barry were mistresses of which French King?
||In the nursery rhyme, who met a Pieman going to the fair?
||Odontology is the scientific study of what?
||The wine ‘Bull’s Blood’ of Eger is produced in which country?
||Who became US Secretary of State in 2009?
||In Britain, ‘The Habeas Corpus Act’ of 1679 was passed during the reign of which monarch?
||King Charles II