||Swiss-born architect, designer and writer Charles-Edouard Jeanneret was better known by what name?
||In teaching in the UK, what does OFSTED stand for?
||The Office for Standards in Education
||Actress Rachel Weisz married which actor in 2011?
||The Pharoah Cephranes was buried with over 2,000 of what type of animal?
||The Pya is a monetary unit of which country?
|| ‘How To Talk Dirty and Influence People’ is the title of which US comedian’s autobiography?
||How many steeplechase fences are on the Aintree Grand National race course?
||Which British band released a 2002 album entitled ‘A Rush of Blood to the Head’?
||In fashion Straight Cut, Boot Cut and Skinny are all types of what?
||Which English football club play their home games at Ewood park?
||Blackburn Rovers FC
||What does ‘Son et Lumiere’ translate to in English?
||Sound and Light
||Who plays Violet Crawley, Dowager Countess of Grantham, in the UK television series ‘Downton Abbey’?
||What is a female alligator called?
||Teutophobia is the irrational fear of which country and its culture?
||Jones the Steam is the driver of which fictional train?
||Ivor the Engine
||Scottish Blackface is a breed of which animal?
||What is the name of the electric vehicle invented by Clive Sinclair and launched in the UK in 1985?
||Which English singer was described as ‘The barefoot pop princess of the 1960’s’?
||The novel ‘The Day of the Jackal’ is about the attempted assassination of which political figure?
||Charles de Gaulle
||A sapsucker is what type of bird?
||What colour Cat’s Eyes mark the offside (right) of a British motorway?
||What is the first event of a men’s decathlon?
||How many letters of the English alphabet are used as Roman Numerals?
||Who wrote the 19th Century play ‘Hedda Gabler’?
||In which London road is Harrod’s department store?
||In 2012 the Austrian Mint brought out a 5 coin gold series to coincide with the 150th anniversary of the birth of which artist?
||What was the name of the favourite warhorse of the 1st Duke of Wellington?
||By what name is Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, known in the satirical magazine ‘Private Eye’?
||Max de Winter is a fictional character in which novel by Daphne du Maurier?
||If a skateboarder is ‘goofy-footed’, which foot is closest to the front of the board?