||A ‘what’ Republic is a politically unstable country that is economically dependent on a single export commodity, and is usually governed by a dictator or the armed forces?
||What is the name of the television character who hosts the UK show ‘Celebrity Juice’?
||In the children’s fairy tale, what was Cinderella’s carriage before it was changed by the Fairy Godmother?
||What fruit is a, usually single, person called who tags along with a couple who are having a romantic relationship, and who would prefer to be alone?
||What is the name of the girlfriend of fictional cartoon character Popeye?
||What is the title of the 1973 non-fiction book by Joseph Wambaugh which chronicles the kidnapping of two plainclothes LAPD officers by a pair of criminals?
||The Onion Field
||What nickname was England football team manager Graham Taylor given after England lost to Sweden in Euro 92?
||What is the title of the 1984 UB40 single, originally recorded by Eric Donaldson in 1971?
||Cherry Oh Baby
||Which British actor played the role of Odysseus in the 2004 film ‘Troy’?
||In the human body, what is the slight projection at the front of the throat, formed by the largest cartilage of the larynx, commonly known as?
||In the 1974 film ‘Mr Majestyk’, what does the title character, played by Charles Bronson, grow on his farm?
||In British slang, which vegetable is the name of the snippets of cloth appropriated by a tailor from a customer’s material?
||Which word is said to be used by actors to simulate conversion?
||Which ‘fruity’ phrase describes a person’s complexion that is light, smooth, rosy and unblemished?
||Peaches and Cream
||Which member of the band Take That has a twin brother named Justin?
||Which city is the ‘de facto capital’ of the European Union?
||The medical condition Hematoma Auris is better known by what name?
||Which 1940 film, directed by John Ford, was based on John Steinbeck’s Pulitzer-Prize winning novel of the same name?
||The Grapes of Wrath
||In the human body, and Infantile Haemangioma is better known by what name?
||The feathers of which bird are said to bring bad luck if they are brought into the house?