||Who succeeded Alf Ramsey as England (caretaker) football manager in 1974?
||British comedians Katy, Joe and Russell all share which surname?
||Manzana is Spanish for which fruit?
||What was late actress Elizabeth Taylor’s middle name?
||In the nursery rhyme, what did the third ‘Little Piggy’ have to eat?
||What is the capital of Uzbekistan?
||The medical condition Tinea Pedis is better known by what name?
||Oscar Wilde described which ‘sport’ as ‘The unspeakable in full pursuit of the uneatable’?
||What type of animal is fictional character Babar?
||Which British fashion designer was commissioned by Stanley Kubrick to design the costumes for the film ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’?
||The Bonneville Salt Flats are in which US state?
||Lutraphobia is the fear of which animals?
||What was the name given to a series of five yachts owned by former British Prime Minister Edward Heath?
||The phrase ‘Trust in God and keep your powder dry’ is attributed to which historical English figure?
||Anderlecht Football Club is based in which European country?
||In the Charles Dickens novel ‘Oliver Twist’ what is the name of Bill Sykes dog?
||In betting, what odds are known as ‘Pony’ or ‘Macaroni’?
||25 to 1
||Which two colours make up the NATO flag?
||Blue and white
||Artists Gustav Klimt and Carl Moll were born in which European country?
||Loggerhead, Kemps Ridley and Hawksbill are all type of which creature?
||What is the name of cartoon character Bugs Bunny’s girlfriend?
||Which jazz musician and clarinet player was known as the ‘King of Swing’?
||The Royal Airforce Aerobatic Team is better known by what name?
||Dormant volcano Mount Elbrus is in which mountain range?
||Pulmonary relates to which part of the human body?
||Who played tutor Stephen Potter in the 1960 film ‘School for Scoundrels’?
||The Isis is the upper reach of which British river?
||In the British Royal Navy, which rank is between Captain and Rear-Admiral?
||What does the largest star on the national flag of Australia represent?
||The US animated television series ‘South Park’ is set in which state?