||The heaviest swinging bell in England is in which cathedral?
||St Paul’s Cathedral
||In medicine, dysphonia is difficulty in doing what?
||Sophie, Mark and Jeremy are the three main characters in which UK Channel 4 television series?
||In computing, what does the ‘L’ in URL stand for?
||Which is the only sign of the Zodiac represented by an object, rather than a person or animal?
||What type of animal is a chital?
||Who became the first female Prime Minister of Israel, in 1969?
||Who won the gold medal in light-heavyweight boxing in the 1960 Summer Olympics?
||Cassius Clay (Muhammed Ali)
||What is the title of Take That’s first UK number one single?
||US actress Susan Tomalin is better known by what name?
||Who plays Dr John Becker in the US television series ‘Becker’?
||Freetown is the capital of which African country?
||Russian doctor Ivan Pavlov was known for his experiments on which animals?
||Which British monarch died in October 1760?
||King George II
||In nature, what are Spring and Neap?
||The Singapura is one of the smallest breeds of which animal?
||The First World War began during which month of 1914?
||Who wrote the 1963 novel ‘Ice Station Zebra’?
|| ‘The Fight of the Millennium’ took place in Las Vegas in September 1999 between Felix Trinidad and which other boxer?
||Oscar de la Hoya
||In which year was the maximum speed limit of 70 mph introduced in the UK?