||The adrenal glands are situated above which organs in the human body?
||In the sport of fencing, what is the name of a bladework manoeuvre intended to deflect or block an incoming attack?
||What was the first name of British Prime Minister Gladstone?
||Which British coastal town is known as ‘The Pearl of Dorset’?
||Mawrth is Welsh for which month of the year?
||Who was the only British Chancellor of the Exchequer not to deliver a budget?
||The Dogger Bank earthquake of June 1931, the strongest ever in the UK, reportedly caused the wax head of which infamous murderer to fall off in London’s Madame Tussaud’s?
||The 2010 autobiography ‘Full Circle’ is by which British sportswoman/sailor?
||Runnymede, where the Magna Carta was said to have been sealed by King John, is in which English county?
||Eosophobia is the irrational fear of which part of the day?
||What is the surname of Terry, played by James Bolam, in the UK 1960’s television series ‘The Likely lads’?
||In astronomy, Pulsar, Binary, Dwarf and Red Giant are all types of what?
||A bloater is which fish salted, smoked and partially dried?
||Which Scottish city is known as the ‘Capital of the Highlands’?
||English country and western songwriter Samuel Hutt is better known by what name?
||Former football player Eusebio, who died in January 2014, played for which national team?
||In November 1990, Mary Robinson defeated Brian Lenihan to become the first female President of which country?
||What is the name of the Trust, founded in 1986, which specialises in the removal of the debris of war, such as landmines?
||The HALO Trust
||Which vegetable represented the green team on the UK television series ‘Ready Steady Cook’?
||How many dresses are in the title of a 2008 film starring Katherine Heigl?