||An onager is what type of animal?
||What was the name of the elder brother of Napoleon I of France, who became King of Spain in 1808?
||The Spectre organisation first featured in which James Bond film?
||Poire is French for which fruit?
||What is the name of the fictional vicar played by Dawn French in the UK television series ‘The Vicar of Dibley’?
||(Boadicea) Geraldine Granger
||Who won the Golden Ball Award for best player at the 2006 FIFA World Cup?
||Who wrote and recorded the 1966 song ‘Mellow Yellow’?
||Which English football club play their home games at White Hart Lane?
||Who was the mother of British monarch King George V?
||Alexandra of Denmark
|| ‘Half the World Away’ by Oasis is the theme tune to which UK television series?
||The Royle Family
||The Metro Shopping Centre is in which English town?
||Composers Beethoven and Schubert both died after completing which number symphony?
||Nani, Cobra Bubbles and Captain Gantu are all characters in which Disney film?
||Lilo and Stitch
||Which two numbers on a phone keypad have no letters?
||1 and 0
||Which US state is known as The Land of Enchantment?
||Boxer Primo Carnera was known as the ‘Ambling ‘what’?
||Which is the smallest state by area in the US?
||What does the Latin phrase ‘Res ipsa loquitur’ translate to in English?
||The thing speaks for itself
||What are the name of the green flower buds used in tartar sauce?
||Who became Prime Minister of India in January 1966?