||British television commentator Kent Walton was associated with which sport for 33 years?
||In which Hollywood hotel was singer Janis Joplin found dead of an accidental heroin dose?
||Landmark Motor Hotel
||RMS Titanic called at which Irish port on her way to America in 1912?
||Queenstown (now COBH)
||Psittacosis is a contagious disease that affects which type of birds?
||The ‘Chorleywood Process’ is used in the making of which foodstuff?
||Fotheringhay Castle is in which English county?
||During which month of the year is Oak Apple Day (Royal Oak Day) celebrated?
||In the BBC television series Doctor Who, what does BOSS, a supercomputer, stand for?
||Biomorphic Organisational Systems Supervisor
||Joey, Chandler and Ross are all characters from which US television series?
||What was the name of the ship that housed pirate radio station Radio Caroline, which sank in March 1980?
||MV Mi Amigo
||Which famous concert venue is located at 881 Seventh Avenue, New York?
||What does the Canadian quarterly publication UMM stand for?
||Urban Male Magazine
||Which US President was born Lesley Lynch King Jr?
||What is the surname of animated character Caspar the Friendly Ghost?
||In February 2007 which Welsh town was twinned with Timbuktu in Africa?
||Which Pope was made an honorary member of the Harlem Globetrotters basketball team?
||Pope John Paul II
||Who plays George Carter in the 2012 film ‘The Sweeney’?
||In humans, the medical condition Hyposmia affects which of the senses?
||What is the term for a painting which consists of four or more leaves or panels, usually joined by hinges, and often used as an alterpiece?
||Smiriti is a religious text containing traditional teaching in which religion?