||Which chemical element has the symbol Ba?
||Which British television series was first broadcast in 1983 as a single drama called ‘Woodentop’?
||What is a turret or tower called which is attached to a building and provides an extensive view of the surroundings?
||French actress Dany Robin made her only ‘Carry On’ appearance in which 1966 film?
||Don’t Lose Your Head
||Heritage Day is celebrated in South Africa during which month of the year?
||September – 24th
||Where is US sculptor Gutzon Borglum’s largest and most famous work?
||Mount Rushmore, South Dakota
||Who’s autobiography is entitled ‘The Naked Civil Servant’?
||Which former US President was given the nickname ‘Dubya’?
||George W Bush
||Which grocery retailer has a fir tree inside a circle as its logo?
||Umberto II (nicknamed the King of May) was the last king of which European country between 9th May and 12th June 1946?
||The EEC (European Economic Community) was created by the 1957 ‘Treaty of….’where’?.
||In the game of Bingo, ‘Little Boy Blue’ is the nickname for which number?
||Anchor, Honeycomb, Satin and Faggot are all what?
||In Greek mythology, what is Erinys?
||Who played Mr Brown in the 1991 film ‘Reservoir Dogs’?
||In the UK, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh’s, birthday is celebrated during which month?
||In 1994 Wendy Toms became the first female official in which sport?
||Which actress played the role of Cora Smith in the 1946 film ‘The Postman Always Rings Twice’?
||Joseph Cyril Bamford was the founder of which British company in 1945?
||Who was US gossip columnist Hedda Hopper’s friend turned arch-rival?
||Who played the role of Georgiana Cavendish in the 2008 film ‘The Duchess’?
||In poetry, how many lines are in a clerihew?
||Which country hosted the 2000 Summer Olympic Games?
||Which English poet wrote ‘Arms and the Boy’?
||A podiatrist works on which part of the human body?
||Which European capital is known as ‘The City of the Seven Hills’?
||How many properties are on a standard Monopoly board?
||Puppet Troy Tempest, from the television series ‘Stingray’, was said to have been modelled on which US actor?
||Who became British Prime Minister in May 1937?
||The ‘what’….House Rule’ is a core principle that governs the confidentiality of the source of information received at a meeting?