||What was painter Rubens first name?
|| ‘Blood and Fire’ is the motto of which organisation?
||How many years make up a vicennial period?
||What is the name of the pub at Topsham near Exeter to which Queen Elizabeth made her first official pub visit, in 1998?
||The Bridge Inn
||Coleopterology is the study of which insects?
||Which channel of water separates the two parts of Istanbul?
||Which alcoholic drink is often referred to in historical literature as ‘The Green Fairy’?
||On a standard dartboard, which number lies between 4 and 6?
||Who was the last Catholic monarch to reign over England?
||British comedian John Bishop was born in which city?
||Situated in Paris, what was the original name of the ‘Place Charles de Gaulle’?
||Place de l’Etoile
||What do the interior angles of a regular pentagon add up to in degrees?
||Which spirit is traditionally used to make a Daiquiri cocktail?
||A serotine is what type of creature?
||Which Victorian author lived at number 14 Great Russell Street, London?
||Who plays Michael Douglas brother Conrad in the 1997 film ‘The Game’?
||Dulcinea was the love of which fictional character?
||What is the duration of a round in men’s professional boxing?
||What colour is the cross on the national flag of Switzerland?
||Varsovians are natives of which European city?
||Rigatoni is what type of foodstuff?
||What is the name of the lion in the children’s television programme ‘The Herbs’?
||Which planet lies between Saturn and Neptune?
||What is the name of the private investigator, played by Humphrey Bogart, in the 1941 film ‘The Maltese Falcon’?
||YWCA stand for which Worldwide organisation?
||Young Women’s Christian Association
||Dunkery Beacon is the highest point in which English National Park?
||In the British military, what does SBS stand for?
||Special Boat Service
||How many bones are in the neck of a giraffe?
||According to the Bible, which of Jacob’s sons was sold into slavery by his jealous brothers?
||Roman numerals MCMLXVIII represent which year?