||Painter and engraver Sir Edwin Henry Landseer was a favourite artist of which British monarch?
||A picture of which British singer was on the front cover of the first edition of teen magazine ‘Jackie’ in January 1964?
||Which was the first national football team to beat England after they won the 1966 World Cup?
||Double Dutch, Double Unders and Dipsy Doodles are all term used in which activity?
||Anthony Stark is the real name of which fictional superhero?
||Retailer Fortnum and Mason opened its first new UK store for more than 300 years at which London station in November 2013?
||St Pancras International
||Hester Prynnne is the main character in which novel by US author Nathaniel Hawthorne?
||The Scarlet Letter
||The Paragons originally recorded which 1980 hit single by Blondie?
||The Tide is High
||James Monroe became President of which country in March 1817?
||Which British singer released a 2011 album entitled ’21’?
||Paul Ford played Colonel John T Hall in which 1950’s US television series?
||Bilko (The Phil Silvers Show)
||What is the title of the Band Aid charity single, released in December 1984?
||Do They Know It’s Christmas
||The 1908 Summer Olympic Games were hosted by which European city?
||The Goya Gate is located at which European museum?
||Arkansas Black is a variety of which fruit?
||Which American soccer team is known as the ‘Quakes’?
||San Jose Earthquakes
||Who was the only US President not to live at the Whitehouse?
||What was the first name of 19th Century British explorer Stanley, who searched for David Livingstone in Africa?
||Doris Day plays which 1920’s and 30’s singer and actress in the 1955 film ‘Love Me or Leave Me’?
||The Shah Jahan Mosque, the first purpose-built mosque in England, is in which county?