||In which English city was singer Robbie Williams born in February 1974?
|| ‘Through Thick and Thin’ is a 2011 autobiography by which UK television presenter?
||In March 1977, India’s Missionaries of Charity chose Sister Nirmala to succeed who as its leader?
||Who was US Secretary of State between 1997 and 2001?
||What is the first name of the Parkinson’s cleaner in the UK television series ‘Butterflies’?
||Thailand is divided into how many provinces?
||The sphenoid bone is situated in which part of the body?
||Which is the only insect that can turn its head 360 degrees?
||Who was the longest serving BBC Radio One Breakfast Show presenter?
||A surcingle is a belt or girth used on which animal?
||Bada, Bing, Lambert and Tartarian are all varieties of which fruit?
||How high, in metres, is the London Eye?
||Which playing card is known as ‘The Devil’s Bedpost’?
||Four of Clubs
||What is the name of the Towers in which Doctor Who villain Kroagnon (The Great Architect) existed as a disembodied intelligence stored in a tank?
||What is the surname of Norm in the US television series ‘Cheers’?
||Mole Valley is in which English county?
||Dishabiliophobia is a strong aversion to doing what in front of other people?
||Who wrote the 1977 novel ‘The Thorn Birds’?
||The martial art vovinam originated in which country?
||Agnus Dei is a figure of which creature as an emblem of Christ?