||During which month of the year is the Crufts Dog Show held in the UK?
||In which year did Italy join the Six Nations (then Five Nations) Rugby Union Championship?
||In Britain, who does the Best Man traditionally sit next to at a wedding reception?
||The Banoffee Pie was invented at the Hungry Monk restaurant in which English county?
||Who played British fictional television detective Freddie Spender?
||Who wrote the novel ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’?
||Visage is French for which part of the body?
||In 2012, Bradford City FC presented the Dalai Lama with a personalised club shirt with which number on the back?
|| ‘The Stolen Generations’ were children of which country who were taken from their families to be adopted or brought up by the state?
|| ‘The Entertainer’ by Scott Joplin is the theme tune for which 1973 film?
||In computing, what does SRAM stand for?
||Static random-access memory
||Late actress Greta Garbo was born in which country?
|| ‘The Long March’ took place in which country in 1934-35?
||What is the title of the only published novel by J D Salinger?
||The Catcher in the Rye
||The River Danube empties into which body of water?
||British comedians Graeme Garden, Tim Brooke-Taylor and Bill Oddie were collectively known as who?
||Which number is the title of singer Beyonce’s 2011 album?
||In which year was the Cannes Film Festival founded?
||The first Wendy’s restaurant was opened in 1969 in which US state?
||Who won the 2003 BBC Sports Personality of the Year award?