||How many violins are in a string quartet?
||What was the first name of Marconi, Italian inventor known for his pioneering work on long-distance radio transmission?
||Statins are drugs which lower what in the blood?
||In mathematics, how many degrees are in a straight angle?
||In religion, what does SPCK stand for?
||Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
||Fleeceflower, Monkey Fungus and Hancock’s Curse are all names for which invasive Asian plant?
||What is the title of US author Dan Brown’s debut novel?
||The Bay of Fundy, which has the highest tides in the world, is mainly in which country?
||What is the name of the fictional ship on which the fictional character Dracula arrives in England?
||Parker and Barrow were the surnames of which US outlaw duo?
||Bonnie and Clyde
||The Smithsonian Institution, the world’s largest museum and research centre, is in which US city?
||Artiodactyla Suidae is the scientific name for which farm animal?
||Who directed and starred in the 2000 film ‘Pollock’, about the artist Jackson Pollock?
||What type of animal is an Leonberg?
||Comic book artist Bob Kane created which superhero in 1939?
||How many times did Stanley Baldwin become British Prime Minister?
||Which planet has the strongest gravity in our solar system?
||Who plays a lounge singer who has to hide out in a convent after witnessing a gangland killing in the 1992 film ‘Sister Act’?
||Which UK television chef made Earl Grey and mandarin hot cross buns for Waitrose?
||Who wrote the 1991 novel ‘Gridlock’?