||What is the modern-day name of the Kingdom of Mauretania?
||What does the Latin phrase ‘Primus inter pares’ translate to in English?
||First among equals
||In computing, what does AOL stand for?
||What is the name of the 1780 London riots which were an anti-Catholic protest against the 1778 Papists Act?
||What is the capital of Guyana?
||What type of creature is a francolin?
||In 1960, Makarios III became the first President of which Mediterranean island?
||In rugby union, the Cook Cup is a challenge cup contested by which two countries?
||Australia and England
||William of Orange was the husband of which English sovereign?
||The English town of Barnstaple lies on which river?
||The Chianti Mountains are in which mountain range?
||Which US state is known as the ‘Beaver State?
||What is the final event of a men’s decathlon?
||In Greek mythology, whose face was said to have launched a thousand ships?
||Helen of Troy
||Who played painter Paul Gaugin in the 1956 film ‘Lust for Life’?
||In humans, esotropia affects which part of the body?
||In the 1940 Disney film ‘Pinocchio’, what is the name of Geppetto’s cat?
||A barista makes and serves what?
||What is the national flower of Pakistan?
||Jasmine (or Chambeli)
||Spider, Jaw and Kiss are all terms used in which sport?
||In 2006, who did Kirsty Young replace as the host of BBC’s Desert Island Discs?
||What is the everyday name for ethylene glycol?
||Used in gaming, what are ‘Devil’s bones’?
|| ‘Hit and Miss’ was the theme tune to which UK television programme?
||Juke Box Jury
||Plateado is Spanish for which colour?
||In which year was England footballer David Beckham awarded an OBE?
||Actress Brooke Shields modelled jeans for which designer in the 1980’s?
||What is the fin called underneath the rear of a surfboard?
||Which mountain range is known as ‘The Backbone of England’?
||In which year was former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher born?