||Which British monarch was the last Emperor of India?
||King George VI
||Tess Coleman, Jake and Pei Pei are all characters in which 2003 Disney film?
||The seaport of Dar-es Salaam is in which African country?
||Mytacism is the incorrect or excessive use of which letter of the English alphabet?
||How long, in metres, is an Olympic size swimming pool?
||The bouzouki is the traditional musical instrument of which European country?
||In 1994, who bought Leonardo da Vinci’s Codex Leicester (or Codex Hammer) for $30.8 million at auction, making it the most expensive book ever sold?
||Which bodybuilding competition, first held in 1965, was created by Joe Weider to enable Mr Universe winners to continue competing and to earn money?
||In the game of snooker, which colour ball should be pocketed after all the reds?
||Who sang the theme song to the BBC television series ‘Dad’s Army’?
||The A3 road crosses which bridge over the River Thames?
||Which English football club is nicknamed ‘The Baggies’?
||West Bromwich Albion FC
||What is the name of the coffee bean, the most expensive in the world, which is eaten and excreted by the civet?
||Which 2008 musical film is set on the fictional Greek island of Kalokairi?
||Which sports promoter became chairman of Leyton Orient FC in 1995?
||On a cat, ‘Vibrissae’ are more commonly known by what name?
||What was the surname of British horticulturalist and garden designer Gertrude, who died in 1932?
||The first Tesco store opened in 1929 in which Greater London town?
||Edgeware (Burnt Oak)
||Which British singer released a 2003 album entitled ‘Life For Rent’?
||Bankstown Airport is in which Australian state?
||New South Wales