||Chlorophobia is the irrational fear of which colour?
||Which 19th Century figure was known as ‘The Lady With the Lamp’?
||In zoology, if something is squamous, it is covered with or characterised by what?
||What was the middle name of former British Prime Minister William Gladstone?
||Which French airport is also known as Roissy Airport?
||Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
||House, Hogline, Hacks and Button are all terms used in which sport?
||Which British singer released an eight CD box set in 2008 entitled ‘And They Said It Wouldn’t Last (My 50 Years in Music)’?
||Which spirit is traditionally used to make a Bronx Cocktail?
||The harbour wall known as ‘The Cobb’ features in which novel by John Fowles?
||The French Lieutenant’s Woman
||Mastrophobia is the irrational fear of which part of the body?
||Former US President Ronald Regan’s ‘Strategic Defence Initiative’, to use ground-based and space-based systems to protect the USA from attack by nuclear missiles, was known in the media by what nickname?
||What is the first name of Irish singer Van Morrison?
||St Helier is the capital of which Channel Island?
|| ‘The Rhubarb Triangle’, famous for producing early forced rhubarb, is in which English county?
||Jack Worthing is the main character in which Oscar Wilde play?
||The Importance of Being Earnest
||Golf, Cocktail, Beach and Bubble are all types of which accessory?
||Which country is known as ‘Switzerland of the Middle East’?
||Chatham Dockyard, which closed in 1984 and is now a visitor centre, is located in which English county?
||Which species of fish is a sterlet?
||In most constellations, which letter of the Greek alphabet was designated by German astronomer Johann Bayer to the brightest star?