||Who plays Huggy Bear Brown in the 2004 film ‘Starsky and Hutch’?
||Who scored the first 147 (maximum) break in a World Snooker Championship?
||Cliff Thorburn _ 1983
||Which English monarch formed The Yeomen of the Guard?
||A durian is what type of foodstuff?
||In the UK, ‘An Act for the better securing the Liberty of the Subject, and for the Prevention of Imprisonment beyond the seas’ is commonly known by what name?
||The Habeas Corpus Act
||Which singer released a 1993 album entitled ‘Music Box’?
||US President Herbert Hoover belonged to which political party?
||George Burns and Walter Matthau starred in which 1975 film about two ageing vaudevillains?
||The Sunshine Boys
||Which country hosted the 2010 FIBA World Championship international basketball tournament?
||The forerunner of the Internet, what does ARPANET stand for?
||Advanced Research Projects Agency NETwork
||In the Harry Potter series of books, who teaches Potions at Hogwarts School?
||Mamucium was the Roman name for which English city?
||Who was the captain of the English cricket team which won the 2005 Ashes victory over Australia?
||Roman numerals MCMLXXIV represent which year?
||What is the Hebrew word for the underworld or the abode of the dead?
||How many points are scored for a dropped goal in rugby league?
|| ‘The Persistence of ‘what’ is a 1931 painting by Salvador Dali?
||Constanze Weber married which composer in 1782?
||Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
||St Patrick’s Day falls during which month of the year?
||Pan Troglodytes is the scientific name for which animal?