||Larry Lurex was the original stage name of which late singer?
||The, now extinct, dodo was native to which island in the Indian Ocean?
||How many gold rings, altogether, did ‘My True Love give to me’ over the Twelve Days of Christmas?
||On which day of the week are General Elections traditionally held in Britain?
||1960’s British singer Allan Smethurst was better known as ‘The Singing _ ‘what’?
||Sable is the heraldic term for which colour?
||The Kodiak bear is native to which US state?
||The theme song to children’s television series ‘Fireball XL5’ was sung on karaoke by which actor in the 2000 London gangster film ‘Love, Honour and Obey’?
||Which sport in Britain is regulated by the GBGB?
||Who became the manager of (Glasgow) Rangers Football Club in May 2011?
||Which fictional villain has the real name Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot?
||How high, in inches, are the hurdles in a men’s 110 metre Olympic hurdle race?
||Formerly called ‘Scrabulous’, what is the name of the online word game based on Scrabble?
||Professor Caractacus Pott appears in which children’s novel by Ian Fleming?
||Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
||In which year was the Bank of France (Banque de France) established?
||In computing, what does BASIC stand for?
||Beginners All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code
||What is the title of the 2004 film which stars Imelda Staunton as a back-street abortionist?
||Plutophobia is the irrational fear of what?
||Who was said to have ridden naked through the streets of Coventry in the 11th Century?
||Which country’s football team won the 1986 FIFA World Cup?