||In 2007 at the Orsay Museum in Paris intruders ripped a hole in the painting ‘The Argenteuil Bridge’ by which artist?
||Who was named the Greatest Briton of All Time in a 2002 poll?
||Which is the northernmost and westernmost station on the London Underground rail system?
||Who played the title role in the 1994 film ‘Wyatt Earp’?
||Skopje is the capital of which European country?
||In which European city was Crimean War nurse Florence Nightingale born?
||The St John’s River is the longest river in which US state?
||Which NATO member country has the smallest population?
||Sir Edward Burgh was the first husband of which wife of English monarch King Henry VIII?
||Nancy Astley and Kitty Butler are the main characters in which historical novel by Sarah Waters?
||Tipping the Velvet
||English architect Sir Horace Jones designed which London bridge?
||A group of which birds is known as a ‘Charm’?
||On which island is the former royal residence Osborne House, built for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert?
||Isle of Wight
||In the children’s fairytale, what was transformed into a carriage for Cinderella?
||How many pins are in the back row in ten-pin bowling?
||In which year was gender testing introduced in the Olympic Games?
||Which English monarch banned the sale and consumption of coffee in a bid to close coffee houses, claiming they were places where people met to plot against him?
||King Charles II
||Who is the narrator on the UK television show The Only Way Is Essex?
||Denise van Outen
||The Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) is named after the Roman goddess of what?
||Brazo is Spanish for which part of the body?