||On a dating website what does WLTM stand for?
||Would Like To Meet
||Elliot Carver is the villain in which James Bond film?
||Tomorrow Never Dies
||The thistle is the national emblem of which European country?
||Stomatology is the branch of medicine concerned with which part of the human body?
||Which line on the London Undergound rail system is the only line which interconnects with every other line?
||In 1964, which British actor was the first man to appear on the cover of Playboy magazine?
||The Batavian Republic is now known by what modern-day name?
||Sarking is found in which part of a building?
||Which musical instrument depicts the bird in Prokofiev’s ‘Peter and the Wolf’?
||James Gandolfini plays the sadistic military prison commandant Colonel Winter in which 2001 film starring Robert Redford?
||The Last Castle
||Which British monarch had the nickname Silly Billy?
||King William IV
||Roman numerals MCMLXVIII represent which year?
||In cooking, 230 degrees Celsius is the equivalent of which gas mark?
||Silence Dogwood was a pseudonym used by which Founding Father of the United States to get his satirical pieces of writing published?
||Which British fashion designer created the UK television series ‘The Clothes Show’ in 1986?
||Which is the largest borough in New York City?
||Which English author’s novels are set in the imaginary county of Barsetshire?
||Bell, Chum, Kohte and Tipi are all types of what?
||What did the New York City music club CBGB, which closed in 2006, stand for?
||Country, BlueGrass and Blues
||How many bones, altogether, does a horse have in its neck?
||Cannis Vulpes is the scientific name for which animal?
||What does the distress signal SOS stand for?
||Save Our Souls
||What is a female gerbil called?
||Which Hampshire castle was used for the exterior shots of the UK television series ‘Downton Abbey’?
||If something is somniferous what does it induce in humans?
||Which US astronaut became the first man to hit a golf ball on the moon?
||In fashion Peter Pan, Wing, Eton and Fichu are all types of what?
||In the children’s television series ‘Ivor the Engine’ what is the name of the dragon?
||What is the surname of Scottish-born singer and musician Donovan?
||Which planet in our solar system is known as ‘The Blue Planet’?