||Which English football club is nicknamed ‘The Red Devils’?
||Who was the first Polish Pope in history?
||Pope John Paul II
||The island of St Helena lies in which body of water?
||A sorel is which male animal in its third year?
||A Caduceus, a staff with two serpents twined around it, is associated with which profession?
||Drugs baron Franz Sanchez is a character in which 1989 James Bond film?
||Licence to Kill
||In Judaism, what is the name of the period of seven days of formal mourning for the dead, which begins immediately after the funeral?
||18th Century philosopher, writer and composer Jean-Jacques Rousseau was born in which European city?
||Galle, Le Vernier, Lassell, Arago and Adams are all rings round which planet?
|| ‘Ik hou van jou’ is Dutch for what?
||I love you
||A ‘Beaver Moon’ is the first full moon which occurs during which month of the year?
||The novels ‘The Tropic of Cancer’ and ‘The Tropic of Capricorn’ were written by which author?
||How many emirates make up the Untied Arab Emirates?
|| ‘The Adventure Home’ is the sequel to which 1993 film?
||Who won a place in the 1983 Guinness Book of Records for writing the most novels in a single year?
||Barbara Cartland (23 novels)
||Baldy Mountain is the highest peak in which range of mountains in New Mexico?
||Attributed to Julius Caesar, what does the phrase ‘Alea iacta est’ translate to in English?
||The die has been cast
|| ‘Probably the best lager in the world’ is the advertising slogan for which brand of lager?
||In which year was the first FA Cup Final played?
||In August 1960 Chad, in Central Africa, became independent from which country?