||What does the ‘DC’ stand for in DC Comics?
||In 1996, Dolly the Sheep was successfully cloned in which European country?
||Which vowel is on the middle letter row on a computer keyboard?
||Dorian, Sharon and Tracy are all characters in which UK television comedy series?
||Birds of a Feather
||What process was banned temporarily in Blackpool after is was blamed for causing two earth tremors in 2011?
||What is the name of the fictional strip club in the US television series ‘The Sopranos’?
|| ‘Steps in Time’ is a 1959 autobiography by which American singer/actor?
||What is the national animal of Singapore?
||In nature, what are active, dormant and extinct?
||Dipsophobia is the abnormal fear of doing what?
||The opera ‘The Magic Flute’ by Mozart, was said to have revealed the secrets of which society that Mozart joined in 1784?
||The Georgian colonnaded walks of Royal Tunbridge Wells in Kent are known as The ‘what’?
||Historical figures John Rann, John MacLaine, James Hind and Claude Duval were all notorious what?
||Which English county is known as the ‘Heart of England’?
||In the US television series ‘Friends’, what is Joey’s surname?
||Which inventor was known as ‘The Wizard of Menlo Park’?
||Which fashion designer was responsible for the opening-ceremony outfits for Team USA at the 2008 Olympic Games?
||What is the name of the robot in the UK television commercials for ‘confused.com’?
||Which US comedian/actor is credited with saying ‘A man is only as old as the woman he feels’?
||In the UK which three classic horse races make up the Triple Crown?
||2000 Guineas, Derby, St Leger