||If something is hamiform it is shaped like a ‘what’?
||In 1497, John ‘who’ was said to have been the first European to have landed on mainland North America?
||With which song did Swedish pop group Abba win the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest?
||Michael, John, Steven and Susan are the children of which former US President?
||On men ‘Five o’clock shadow’ is another name for what?
||What is the fruit of a hawthorn called?
||In the game of English billiards, how many points does a cannon score?
||In which part of an animal is the cannon bone?
||In medicine, a spirograph is an instrument used for recording what?
||Which letter would appear on a cold tap in a bathroom in France?
||What is the title of singer Celine Dion’s first UK number one hit single?
|| ‘Dog and Bone’ is Cockney rhyming slang for what?
||Who wrote the trilogy of plays ‘The Norman Conquests’?
||How long, in yards, is a field polo pitch?
||Heteropoda davidbowie is the name given to which rare yellow creature in 2009?
||The 2008 film ‘Valkyrie’ depicts the 1944 plot to assassinate which political figure?
||Tansu Ciller was the first woman Prime Minister of which European country?
||Which London Underground station has the longest escalator?
||Elizabeth Anne Everest was the childhood nanny of which British Prime Minister?
||In which country was the 2010 golf Ryder Cup competition held?