||Scottish footballer Kenny Dalglish played for which English club from 1977 to 1990?
||The late media proprietor Robert Maxwell became Member of Parliament for which UK constituency in 1964?
||Bigarade sauce is traditionally made using which fruit?
||Who wrote the 1898 book ‘The War of the Worlds’?
||H G Wells
||Pernio is the Latin name for which medical complaint?
||How much, in pounds sterling, does the Best in Show Winner receive at the annual Crufts Dog Show?
||Traditionally a ‘coven’ traditionally refers to a meeting of how many witches?
||In the ‘Harry Potter’ series of books what is the American version of the game of Quidditch?
||Which European porcelain company introduced its black and white ‘Dazzle’ collection in 2013?
||Which Egyptian Pharoah was known as ‘The Boy King’?
||Corriedale is a breed of which animal?
||Winnipeg is the capital of which Canadian province?
||What is the first name of US actor Al Pacino?
||Which year in the 1970’s saw three popes?
||In the game of Bingo ‘Kelly’s Eye’ is the nickname for which number?
||In our solar system which is the 5th planet from the Sun?
||A gourami is what type of creature?
||Robert Stephen Rintoul was the founding editor of which British magazine, first published in 1928?
||In cooking, Senf is German for which condiment?
||What were the first names of the characters played by Jason Donovan and Kylie Minogue in the Australian series ‘Neighbours’?
||Scott and Charlene