||What is the abbreviation for the US state of Tennessee?
||What is the name of the female friend of children’s television puppet Andy Pandy?
||In 2000, British television chef Jamie Oliver became the face of which supermarket chain?
||Bhutan is bordered by which two countries?
||China and India
||In May 1990, the World Health Organisation removed what from its list of mental disorders?
||Dienstag is German for which day of the week?
||How many points is a ‘W’ tile worth in the game of Scrabble?
||In the 2006 film ‘Snakes on a Plane’, the plane takes off from which US state?
||In the book ‘A Bear Called Paddington’ by Michael Bond, what is the name of the Browns’ housekeeper?
||Which African country changed its capital city from Zomba to Lilongwe in January 1975?
||US actor Joseph Yule Jr, born September 1920, is better known by what name?
|| ‘If I should die, think only this of me: That there is some corner of a foreign field. That is forever England’ is from which poem by Rupert Brooke
||Who was elected Prime Minister of Australia in March 1983?
||Tonitrophobia is the fear of which weather condition?
||The name of which Suzuki motorbike model is Japanese for peregrine falcon?
||In a 1993 episode of ‘The Simpson’s’ television show, entitled ‘Rosebud’, which US rock band were featured providing music and voices for animated versions of themselves?
||Which of the elements has the lowest boiling point?
||The Fujita-Pearson Scale is a scale for rating the intensity of what?
||The drummer of which band was the winner of the 2011 UK television show ‘Strictly Come Dancing’?
||McFly (Harry Judd)
||The ‘Shining Path’ is another name for the Communist Party of which South American country?