||Who was the mother of King Edward VI of England?
||Film actor Jeanne Claud van Dam is nicknamed The ‘what’ From Brussels?
||Which British television chef uses the phrase ‘Lovely Jubbly’?
||Who did Germany defeat to win the 1990 FIFA World Cup?
||Egyptian actor Michel Demitri Chalhoub is better known by what name?
||Which US space probe completed the first mission to the planet Jupiter?
||What is the surname of Django in the 2012 film ‘Django Unchained’?
||In 1933, US President Franklin D Roosevelt signed Executive Order 6102 which banned US citizens from hoarding what?
||Dupion, Habotai and Noil are all types of which fabric?
||A splenectomy is the surgical removal of which part of the body?
||Who’s notorious book is entitled ‘Mein Kampf’?
||Sir Ector, Sir Kay and Archimedes the owl are all characters in which Disney film?
||The Sword in the Stone
||Not including the centre square, how many Double Word squares are there on a standard Scrabble board?
||What does the Latin phrase ‘Suum cuique’ translate to in English?
||To each his own
||Spessartine (or Spessartite) is what type of gemstone?
||Which animals live in a Pride?
||How many male strippers perform on stage together in the 1997 film ‘The Full Monty’?
||A logophile is a lover of what?
||Yellowstone National Park is located primarily in which US state?
||Which is the only US state to have two rivers both with the same name?