||What is the capital of Sicily?
||Which Shakespearian character said ‘But soft, what light through yonder window breaks’?
||The Stinking Rose is another name for which herb?
||How many holes are on a classic cribbage board?
||Peter Rasmussen, Ji Xinpeng and Lars Paaske are all associated with which sport?
||Sago is extracted from which plant?
||What colour light indicates the starboard side of a ship?
||What is the name of the galaxy that contains the Earth?
||The Boxer Rebellion took place during 1900 in which country?
||In the human body, the hormone cortisol (or hydrocortisone) is produced by which gland?
||Which English football team play their home games at Vicarage Road?
||What is the name of the theme tune to the Uk television series ‘Monty Python’?
||The Liberty Bell (March)
||Prince Philip, the consort of Queen Elizabeth II, was born on which Mediterranean island?
||In which English city is Preston Park railway station?
||What does the letter L stand for in S.W.A.L.K when written on the back of an envelope?
||In Roman mythology, Aestas is the goddess of which season?
||Which US President is depicted on a $5 bill?
||Seal Point and Blue Point are types of which cat?
||How many gills are in an Imperial pint?
||The Estadio de Maracana football stadium is in which country?
||Chinese Restaurant Syndrome, a collection of symptoms caused in some people after eating Chinese food, is said to be caused by which food additive?
||Monosodium glutamate (MSG)
|| ‘A Spaniard in the Works’ is a book written by which member of The Beatles?
||What is the national flower of Australia?
||How many balls are on a snooker table at the beginning of a game?
||In car batteries, what does SLI stand for?
||Starting, Lighting, Ignition
||What is the first name of comic-book hero Captain Marvel’s twin sister?
||Which actor replaced Charlie Sheen in the US television series ‘Two and a Half Men’?
||In boxing, what is thrown into the ring to stop a fight?
||In which building is London’s Whispering Gallery?
||St Paul’s Cathedral
||In mathematics, what is 3.14159 better known as?