||Which British monarch was known as ‘Bertie’ to his family?
||King Edward VII
||Which planet in our solar system has around 244 Earth days to one year?
||Incirlik Air Base is located in which European country?
||Rhode Island Red is a breed of which bird?
||What is the national flower of Scotland?
||In September 2011, a drunken Elk made the news when it was found stuck in an apple tree in which European country?
||Lula da Silva was re-elected President of which South American country in 2006?
||Mount McKinley, the highest mountain peak in North America, is in which US state?
||In the novel ‘1984’, in which ministry is room 101?
||Ministry of Love
||Which London football club won the last FA cup final held at the old Wembley Stadium?
||In the 2007 film ‘Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street’, was is the first name of Sweeney Todd’s wife?
||English artist Damien Hirst was born in which city?
||In which James Bond film did Sean Connery wear the Bell Rocket Belt (Jet Pack)?
||The ‘Qumran Scrolls’ are better known by what name?
||Dead Sea Scrolls
||What was the name of the flagship used by the English fleet against the Spanish Armada?
||What does the fashion label DKNY stand for?
||Donna Karan New York
||English sportswoman Charlotte Edwards is associated with which sport?
||What is the name of Mr Carburettor’s mother in the children’s television series ‘Roary the Racing Car’?
||Which is the only US state to begin with the letter ‘U’?
||Remus and Castrol Edge are corners on the Formula One Grand Prix race track in which country?