||Which motorcycle company introduced the Jet Ski in 1972?
||How many feathers, traditionally, form the cone of a badminton shuttlecock?
||In the British Army, what does NCO stand for?
||What are the two main political parties in the USA?
||Democrat and Republican
||Which English composer conducted the London Symphony Orchestra at the 1931 opening of the Abbey Road Studios in London?
||Who became US President Barack Obama’s Vice President in 2008?
||The song ‘Send in the Clowns’ is from which musical?
||A Little Night Music
||If the temperature is 15 degrees in Centigrade, what is it in Farenheit?
||Lake Havasu City is in which US state?
||Which British television chef created snail porridge?
||What is the title of the work by artist Damien Hirst in which a sheep is suspended in a tank of formaldahyde?
||Away From the Flock
||Who played Bodie and Doyle’s boss, George Cowley, in the UK television series ‘The Professionals’?
||The Olmec and Mayan are two of the earliest recorded civilisations of which modern-day country?
||Which tennis player, born in 1946, was nicknamed ‘Nasty’?
||Who wrote the 1973 novel ‘The Dressmaker’?
||Who plays Debbie Aldridge in the BBC 4 radio series ‘The Archers’?
||Which chemical element has the symbol ‘As’?
||Which US television fashion programme is co-hosted by model Heidi Klum?
||What was US gangster Al Capone’s nickname?
||In education/training what does NVQ stand for?
||National Vocational Qualification
||What was the first name of English singer/musician Elton John’s ex-wife?
||The French resort of Biarritz lies on which body of water?
||Mid-off, Cover Point and Square Leg are all terms used in which sport?
||Which horse won the 2001 English Grand National?
||Who was the last Kaiser of Germany?
||What is a castrated male chicken called?
||Which US President was the first to occupy The White House?
||Drax Power Station is in which English county?
||In the game of chess, which term is used to describe the position where a King cannot escape from an attack?
||What is the name of the gallery from which members of the public can watch proceedings in the British House of Commons?