||In August 1990 Iraq invaded which country, eventually leading to the Gulf War?
||Which Australian cricket player, and former national team captain, is known as ‘Punter’?
||In the children’s television series ‘Scooby Doo’, what is Velma’s Surname?
||In December 1965, who became President of the Philippines?
||On a regular clockface, which number lies opposite 5?
||A Biggin is a type of pot used for making what?
||Who wrote the 1870 novel ‘Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea’?
||Kumamoto, Virginica, Pacific and Marennes are all types of which seafood?
||How many scoring zones are on a standard dartboard?
||Which Roman martyr, who made a promise to God never to stain her purity, is the patron saint of chastity?
||Algophobia is the persistent fear of what?
||Leith Hill is the highest point in which English county?
||What is the surname of Woody, the assistant bartender, in the US television comedy series ‘Cheers’?
||Craniates are animals which have what?
||In January 1997 which British yachtsman was found alive five days after his boat capsized in the Southern Ocean?
||What is the national animal of Tanzania?
||Governor Ratcliffe, Nakoma and Grandmother Willow are all characters in which Disney film?
||What was the first name of of American homeopathic physician and wife-murderer Dr Crippen?
||Adi Granth is the principal sacred scripture of which religion?
||Which is the tallest steel arch bridge in the world?
||Sydney Harbour Bridge?