||What value is a yellow Euro banknote?
||On British television, who played fictional detectives Charley Farley and Piggy Malone?
||Ronnie Corbett and Ronnie Barker
||The Marshall islands are in which body of water?
||Which 1960 British film is subtitled ‘How to Win Without Actually Cheating’?
||School For Scoundrels
||The Triton Fountain in the Piazza Barberini is in which Italian city?
||British comedian Jasper Carrott was a director of which English football club?
||Birmingham City FC
||In the board game ‘Operation’, which part of ‘Cavity Sam’s’ body lights up if the player touches the metal edge with the tweezers while removing a body part?
||On a map of the London Underground, what colour is the Northern Line?
||What colour jersey is worn by the best-placed rider under 26 years of age in the Tour de France?
||In the game of golf, an Albatross is how many strokes under par for a given hole?
||What was the first name of British Field Marshall Kitchener, who played a central role in the early part of the First World War?
||How many hurdles are in a 100 metre women’s hurdle race?
||Abyssinia was the former name of which country?
||What is the pin, or bolt, called which forms the pivot of a hinge?
||Milwaukee Deep is the deepest part of which Ocean?
||In which English castle did King John die in 1216?
||Who played Leonardo DiCaprio’s murdered father in the 2002 film ‘Gangs of New York’?
||Whipsnade Zoo is in which English county?
||An Ecdysiophile is a person who likes to watch others do what?
||The 2003 book ‘Trowel and Error’ is an autobiography of which British television presenter?