||US singer Steveland Hardaway Morris is better known by what name?
||Who was the first British sovereign to take up residence at Buckingham Palace?
||Kosciuszko is the highest mountain in which Southern Hemisphere country?
||In the game of chess, ‘en passant’ involves which chess pieces?
||What is the only city in the English county of Wiltshire?
||What does a plangonolist collect?
||In the Hebrew calendar, Yom Chamishi corresponds with which day of the week?
|| ‘Have it your way’ was an advertising slogan for which fast-food outlet?
||Bonnie Brae, Eureka and Ponderosa are all varieties of which fruit?
||What is the name of the fictional motor racing circuit in the children’s television series ‘Roary the Racing Car’?
||The names of how many US states begin with the letter ‘L’?
||Spoon Curve, Casio Triangle and Dunlop Curve are all sections of the Formula One Grand Prix circuit in which country?
||What is the surname of US television courtroom show host Judge Judy?
||Caviglia is Italian for which part of the body?
||The Hillary Shield is competed for in rugby union by which two countries?
||New Zealand and England
||Mintonette was the original name of which ball game?
||Who plays the role of Lieutenant Aldo Raine in the 2009 film ‘Inglorious Basterds’?
||Fictional superhero Batman is known as ‘The Caped ‘what’?
||Succotash is a dish of mainly maize and usually what type of beans boiled together?
||Which are the only two planets in our solar system that have no moons?
||Mercury and Venus