||Which duo wrote the UK television series ‘Dad’s Army’?
||Jimmy Perry and David Croft
||In medicine, if something is subcutaneous it is applied or located under which organ of the body?
||What is the nickname of the youngest child of late US singer Michael Jackson?
||Blanket (Prince Michael II)
||Food brand Knorr was founded in which country?
||What was the first name of 18th Century gardener Capability Brown?
||Cronian relates to which planet in our solar system?
||Who wrote the 1869 novel ‘Lorna Doone’?
||R D Blackmore
||The song ‘Tossed Salad and Scrambled Eggs’ is sung at the end of each episode of which US television series?
||Greenburst, Zohar, Munchkin and Kong are all varieties of which flower?
||What is the name of the loose, white wide-sleeved linen vestment worn over a cassock by clergy and choristers at Christian services?
||English highwayman Dick Turpin was executed in 1739 in which city?
||Which Muppet from the television series shares a name with a former US President?
||The Royal Pavilion, designed by John Nash in the 18th Century, is in which British seaside resort?
||In the play by Shakespeare, what is the first name of Hamlet’s mother?
||Which chemical compound has the molecular formula H2O2?
||How much, in pounds sterling, is the cheapest property on a British Monopoly Board?
||What was the name of the ‘asylums’ in Britain which were slave laundries from the 18th to late 20th Centuries, ostensibly to house ‘fallen women’?
||A Spur Royal was a rare English gold coin, first issued during the reign of which monarch?
||King James I
||Who was the leader of the Greek forces during the Trojan War?
||Which New York landmark is known as ‘The Crossroads of the World’?