||On the human body, Walrus, Pencil and Toothbrush are all types of what?
||Which mountain is known as ‘The White Spider’?
||Eiger (North Face)
||Spumoni is what type of foodstuff?
||Members of the 1966 World Cup winning English football team, Bobby Moore, Martin Peters and Geoff Hurst played for which league team?
||West Ham FC
||What is the name of the four-footed herbivorous dinosaurs, with small heads and a double row of large bony plates along the back?
|| ‘The history of all the hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles’ is part of the first chapter of which publication?
||The Communist Manifesto
||In which colour strip does the England football team traditionally play home games?
||What is the name of the wizard and Leader of the Fellowship of the Ring in Tolkein’s ‘The Lord of the Rings’?
||Orso is Italian for which animal?
||What is the first name of Jamaican-born retired boxer Razor Ruddock?
||The Notting Hill Carnival in London is held during which month of the year?
||Which composer wrote the ‘Brandenburg Concertos’?
||Johann Sebastian Bach
||What was the name of the 1960’s rock band which comprised Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, Steve Winwood and Ric Grech?
||Which are the four Fixed Signs of the Zodiac?
||Taurus, Virgo, Scorpio, Aquarius
||What colour cape does Batman’s sidekick Robin wear in the 1960’s television series?
||Jack Nicholson played Randle McMurphy in which film?
||One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
||In 1942, what was the US President’s summer home Camp David named by Franklin D Roosevelt?
||Camp Shangri -La
||In the game of snooker, which coloured ball, after the first coloured ball after all the red balls have been potted, should be sunk second?
||A florican is what type of creature?
||What is the Latin phrase ‘ad lib’ short for?