||The US Ramstein Air Base is in which European country?
||What are the names of the leather boxes, sometimes called phylacteries, worn by orthodox Jewish men on their head and arm during weekday morning prayers?
||In the Scottish nursery rhyme who runs through the town in his nightgown?
||Wee Willie Winkie
||Which brothers created the hot air balloon?
||Jacques and Joseph Montgolfier
||Who married Captain Mark Phillips at Westminster Abbey in November 1973?
||Pitkin County is in which US state?
||In the novel ‘Jane Eyre’ by Charlotte Bronte, in which year was Jane born?
||Lady Day (The Feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin) falls in which month of the year?
||What was the name of the campaign, endorsed by British Prime Minister Harold Wilson in 1968, to boost productivity by asking people to work an extra half an hour each day without pay?
||I’m Backing Britain
||Omphalophobia is the irrational fear of which part of the body?
||Which US cartoon series first appeared on The Tracey Ullman Show in April 1987?
||In March 1969 which US singer was arrested in Miami for five misdemeanors, including indecent exposure?
||Swiss author Johanna Spyri wrote which famous children’s book about a young orphan girl in her grandfather’s care?
||Which British Merseybeat singer was born William Howard Ashton in 1943?
||Billy J Kramer
||Which chemical compound has the formula H2S?
||On a regular clockface, which number lies opposite 3?
||In the board game Monopoly, what is the highest denomination banknote in ‘pounds’ sterling?
||Since 1992, what type of boat is the logo of aftershave ‘Old Spice’?
||Who wrote the 1924 musical composition ‘Rhapsody in Blue’?
||Which UK supermarket chain has an in-store section called ‘Market Street’?