||The Hawaiian phrase ‘Aloha kakahiaka’ translates to what in English?
||Which was the first country to win the Six Nations Rugby Union Championship?
||In humans, microcephaly is having an abnormally small what?
||Which land mammal has the longest tail?
||Who was the first person to report seeing craters on the moon using a telescope?
||In which year did British monarch Queen Victoria celebrate her Diamond Jubilee?
||The World Bog Snorkelling Championships are held annually in which European country?
||American millionaire Leonard Jerome was the grandfather of which British Prime Minister?
||Which line on the London Underground rail system has the longest distance between two stations?
||Which bird has the poetic name ‘Halycon’?
||How many spaces does a standard ‘Connect Four’ game have?
||In an episode of the US television series ‘The Simpsons’ who did Homer mistake for Mr Bean?
||Brownsea Island is off the coast of which English county?
||What is the title of the Millais painting used to advertise Pears Soap?
||El Prat Airport serves which European city?
||Which US film director and actor said he wanted to ‘Achieve immortality through not dying’?
||Dorothea Jordan was the mistress of which future British monarch?
||What was the the first name of 17th Century artist van Dyck?
||A splat is a single thin, flat piece of wood, often ornamental, which forms part of which piece of furniture?
|| ‘Spud’ is slang for which vegetable?