||Which British singer released a 2009 album entitled ‘3 Words’?
|| ‘Caballo’ is Spanish for which animal?
||What is the title of the theme tune to the BBC radio show ‘The Archers’?
||The Italian cooking sauce pasata is made from which vegetable?
||Slovenia was once part of which former European country?
||Which country will host the 2014 Winter Olympic Games?
||The Ashmolean Museum is in which English city?
||What is the name of the submarine piloted by fictional character Troy Tempest?
||Which British poet wrote ‘Kubla Khan’?
||Samuel Taylor Coleridge
||An echidna is what type of animal?
||Which artist designed the logo for UK television children’s show ‘Blue Peter’?
||What was the name of the dog that found the stolen World Cup (Jules Rimet Trophy) in 1966?
||Who wrote the 1966 comic novel ‘The Virgin Soldiers’?
|| ‘Odette’ is a character in which ballet?
||Arborio rice comes from which European country?
||Which three countries signed the ‘Triple Entente’ in 1907?
||France, Great Britain and Russia
||In the UK, during which year were women first allowed to vote in a General Election?
||Saxony is a region of which European country?
||A ‘Scissor Hold’ is used in which sport?
||Humphrey Pumphrey is a character in which British television sitcom?
||George and Mildred
||The goat represents which sign of the Zodiac?
||In cookery, the traditional Austrian Wiener Schnitzel is made with which meat?
||In UK communications, what did Oftel stand for?
||Office of Telecommunications
||Thai Pongal is the Harvest Festival celebrated by which religious people?
||Dustin Hoffman plays army medic Colonel Sam Daniels in which 1995 film?
||Which planet lies between Jupiter and Uranus?
||English singer Sandie Shaw married which fashion designer in March 1968?
||In Greek mythology, the ‘Grey Sisters’, or Graeae, shared one eye and one ‘what’ among them?
||Mickey Murphy was the baker in which British children’s television programme?
||The Riel is the currency of which Southeast Asian country?