||Which two US actors played the title roles in the 1969 film ‘Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid’?
||Paul Newman and Robert Redford
||Captain James Cook began his training as a seaman in the 18th Century at which English port?
||Which sports promoter became chairman of Leyton Orient FC in June 1995?
||How many stations are on the London Underground Victoria Line?
||How many sonnets did William Shakespeare write?
||In which European country is Lake Sniardwy?
||Grizzled Giant, Southern Flying and Provost’s are all types of which creature?
||Yeux is French for which part of the body?
||Which analgesic occurs naturally in the bark of the cinchona tree?
||Who directed the 1982 film ‘Gandhi’?
||National Heroes Day is celebrated in Barbados during which month of the year?
||What was the first name of the inventor of the diesel engine?
||Who became British Prime Minister in October 1922?
||Andrew Bonar Law
||Ankara is the capital of which country?
||On a standard dartboard, what number lies between 7 and 8?
||Which fictional bear’s favourite food is marmalade sandwiches?
||What type of creature is a cobia?
||Emelius Browne, Mr Jelk and Colonel Heller are all characters in which Disney film?
||Bedknobs and Broomsticks
||What was the first name of PGT Beauregard, the first prominent general of the Confederate State Army in the American Civil War?
||Who played the title role in the 1970 film ‘Cromwell’?