||Who returned to office as Canadian Prime Minister in March 1980?
||Which electronics company released the world’s first all-electric compact calculator in 1957?
||In Roman mythology, sisters Megaera, Tisiphone and Alecto are known as the what?
||Furies (or Dirae)
||What are the titles of the four books in the ‘Twilight’ series by Stephenie Mayer?
||Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse and Breaking Dawn
||The original lyrics of the folk song ‘Waltzing Matilda’ were written by which Australian poet in 1895?
||What is the nickname of the UFC (Uniting For Consensus), which was developed in the 1990’s in opposition to the possible expansion of the United Nations Security Council?
||The Coffee Club
||What is the name of the villain Azal’s gargoyle servant in the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who?
||What is the highest number on a UK National Lottery ticket?
||The Henley Royal Regatta takes place over the first weekend of which month?
||How many squares does a Rubik’s Cube have on each side?
||The name of which region in India means ‘Land of Five Rivers’?
||Provolone is what type of foodstuff?
||In the medical profession, what does SRN stand for?
||State Registered Nurse
||Nelson’s Column is in which London Square?
||What is the name of the poltergeist which haunts Hogwarts School in the Harry Potter series of novels?
||Who had a 1987 hit with the song (Something Inside) So Strong?
||Who succeeded Henry Cooper as British Heavyweight Boxing Champion?
||Who wrote the novel ‘Looking for Mr Goodbar’?
||Which British monarch was the grandfather of Queen Victoria?
||King George III
||US actor/director Jerome Silberman is better known by what name?