||How many birds are depicted on the logo of food and confectionery company Nestle?
||The Five Sisters of ‘where’ appear in a story told in the novel ‘Nicholas Nickleby’ by Charles Dickens?
||Which US city hosted the 2002 Winter Olympic Games?
||Salt Lake City
||Jeanne Louise Calment, the only person confirmed to have reached over 122 years of age, was born in which country in 1875?
||Howard and Hilda Hughes are characters in which 1980’s BBC television series?
||Ever Decreasing Circles
|| ‘The Cloud Club’, which closed in 1979, occupied the 66th, 67th and 68th floors of which New York building?
||The Chrysler Building
||Which British boxer is known as ‘A-Force’?
||Which UK comedy drama was set mostly in the fictional Lancashire mining town of Utterley in the 1930’s?
||Which US President was born William Jefferson Blythe III?
||The Straddle Technique was a style performed in which athletics event?
||British television puppet Lenny the Lion belonged to which ventriloquist?
||In the game of bridge, which card is known as the Beer Card?
||Seven of Diamonds
||In an Edward Lear poem, who has a Luminous Nose?
||Neopolitan ice cream is traditionally made up of how many flavours?
||What is the maximum length, in metres, of a bowling green?
|| ‘Dundermusen’ is the Swedish version of which UK television cartoon hero?
||A Sachertorte is a type of chocolate cake which originated in which country?
||Birchill, Thornhill and Lisvane are all areas of which British city?
||Cyanophobia is an abnormal fear of which colour?
||Sound engineer Peter Lodge first announced which phrase on the London Undergound rail network in 1969?
||Mind the gap