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10. A: Kate Winslett
11. Q: Acid rain is composed mainly of the oxides of two elements. Give either.

12. A: Sulphur or Nitrogen
13. Q: What is calcium carbonate normally known as?

14. A: Chalk
15. Q: Who commanded the Allied forces, which invaded Europe on D-Day?

16. A: Dwight Eisenhower
17. Q: Who holds the record as being Britain's youngest ever Formula 1 Driver?

18. A: Jensen Button
19. Q: What word do we use to describe the Asexual reproduction of a genetic carbon copy of an animal or plant?

20. A: Clone
21. Q: What is the state capital of Alaska?

22. A: Juneau
23. Q: How many holes are there in a ten pin bowling ball?

24. A: 3
25. Q: Which country voted to keep the Queen in 1999?

26. A: Australia
27. Q: Yale University is named after Mr. Yale. What nationality was he?

28. A: English - founded in 1701 as a collegiate school it was renamed Yale college in his honour in 1718
and renamed Yale University in 1887. 29. Q: What does a soldier keep in a frog?

30. A: His bayonet
31. Q: In mythology what was Minerva the Goddess of?

32. A: Wisdom
33. Q: Of whom did Adolf Hitler say, "He seemed such a nice old gentleman that I gave him my autograph as a souvenir"?

34. A: Neville Chamberlain

35. Q: In the movies who plays the role of Harry Potter?

36. A: Daniel Radcliffe
37. Q: In the Hans Christian Andersen story, which little girl was found inside the petals of a flower?

38. A: Thumbelina
39. Q: Which is the only US state to begin with the letter 'P'?

40. A: Pennsylvania
41. Q: Which is the world’s oldest airline still using its original name?

42. A: KLM or Royal Dutch Airlines (Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij)
43. Q: What name is given to the negative electrode of an electrolytic cell?

44. A: Cathode
45. Q: In 1996 what overtook Coca-Cola as being the most well known brand name in the world?

46. A: McDonalds
47. Q: Who is the last English born manager to coach an FA Cup winning side?

48. A: Joe Royle (1995 - Everton 1 Man. Utd. 0)
49. Q: Ron Dennis has been the manager for many years of the team behind which Formula One motor racing car?

50. A: McLaren
51. Q: In which film did Jim Carrey play the bank clerk Stanley Ipkiss?

52. A: The Mask
53. Q: Which military dictator died on August 16th 2003 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia at the age of 78?

54. A: Idi Amin Dada
55. Q: Which country is home to Grolsch lager?

56. A: Holland (The Netherlands)
57. Q: When was the last bare-knuckle fight in professional boxing?

58. A: It took place in 1889. John L(awrence) Sullivan –1858 to 1918 knocked out Jake Kilrain in 75
rounds. 59. Q: What do Tony Blair and Lord John Russell, in 1848, have in common whilst holding the office of Prime Minister?

60. A: They fathered children
61. Q: If you were playing darts and got a 'Shanghai' score of 72 with 3 darts which number have you scored on?

62. A: 12
63. Q: Which is the largest Fresh water lake in the world?

64. A: Superior
65. Q: Name 3 James Bond films that have a one-word title.

66. A: "Goldfinger", "Thunderball", "Moonraker", "Octopussy" and "Goldeneye"

67. Q: What is the name of the Russian stringed instrument with a triangular body?

68. A: Balalaika
69. Q: Which musical instrument derived it name from the Italian words for soft and loud?

70. A: Piano or pianoforte
71. Q: JRR Tolkien (1892-1973) wrote the Hobbit in 1937 for his children and Lord of the rings in 1954/55. Give me 2 of his first names.

72. A: John Ronald Reuel - 1892 to 1973
73. Q: Who discovered the rabies vaccination?

74. A: Louis Pasteur (1885)
75. Q: How many hearts does an octopus have?

76. A: 3
77. Q: Who plays Gabrielle Solis in Desperate Housewives?

78. A: Eva Longoria
79. Q: Who is the Greek god of music?

80. A: Apollo
81. Q: How many countries are still members of the British Commonwealth?

82. A: 53
83. Q: Who would be put into a panoptican?

84. A: Prisoners (it's a circular prison with a hollow core in which the guard sits)
85. Q: Who wrote the opera Madam Butterfly?

86. A: Puccini (1896)
87. Q: In the TV comedy Dad's Army what is Captain Mainwaring's first name?

88. A: George
89. Q: Pershore, Victoria and Washington are types of which fruit?

90. A: Plum
91. Q: How many teeth does an elephant have?

92. A: 4
93. Q: Which US city hosted the 1985 Live Aid concert?

94. A: Philadelphia
95. Q: Haptic relates to which of the five senses?

96. A: Touch
97. Q: What is the second largest island in the world?

98. A: New Guinea (Greenland is the largest)
99. Q: How many times in succession did Bjorn Borg win the Men's Tennis Singles at Wimbledon?

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Q: What was first crossed by tightrope by Charles Blondin in 1859? A: Niagara Falls Q: Which drug is named after the Greek God of Dreams? A: Morphine Q: What does a 'Pluvio meter' measure? A: Rainfall Q: The Dead Sea can be found in which 2 countries? A: Israel and Jordan Q: Which chess piece can only move diagonally? A: Bishop Q: The Korean soup ‘Poshintang’ is a popular item on summertime menus. What is it made A: Dogs Q: Scientists claim that every minute, about 900 million tons of what hits the earth? A: Rain Q: In Australian slang, what is a 'Thunder Box'? A: Toilet

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A: The Venus de Milo Q: Who played Mary in the Film 'There's Something About Mary'? A: Cameron Diaz Q: What’s a young kangaroo called? A: A joey Q: With which heavy metal band did Ozzy Osbourne come to fame? A: Black Sabbath Q: Which 14th century poet wrote The Canterbury Tales? A: Geoffrey Chaucer Q: Toronto is the capital of which Canadian province? A: Ontario Q: In Money for Nothing by Dire Straits, what sort of ovens did they sing about? A: Microwave

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in which year? A: 1974 Q: In which 1950's film. 323. 337. A: Friends Q: What did the American settlers caller British troops during the War of Independence? A: Redcoats Q: Who was the first pope? A: St Peter Q: Where is 'Thatcher Day' celebrated on January 11th? A: The Falkland Islands Q: Which is the World's most popular brand of cigarette? A: Marlboro 310. A: Tommy 319. Q: China has won the Swaythling cup more times than any other country. that is software to collect any Email) Q: Where in London would you find Poet’s Corner? A: Westminster Abbey Q: Which famous sportsman said "When you are as great as I am. 314. 331. 321. 312. A: Table Tennis Q: Who flew the LZ1 in July 1900? A: Count Zeppelin Q: Richard Nixon was the first President of the USA to resign. A: April Fools Day Q: Which European City has the highest mileage of Canals in the World? A: Birmingham 332. 316. 324. 313. what is it? 330. 326. A: Planet Hollywood Q: What is the name of Microsoft's free e-mail service? A: Hotmail (not Outlook. 327. 309. In which sport is the Swaythling cup played for? 334. Q: A modern version of the ancient Roman festival of Hilaria still occurs in Britain and other countries today. 329. Q: What was the name of the restaurant chain opened by Bruce Willis. 328.308. 315. it's hard to be humble"? A: Muhammad Ali Q: What actor starred in the 1999 film The Green Mile? A: Tom Hanks 322. 333. 339. 335. what was the Christian name of the man considered to be the Coward of the County? 318. were some of the actors mistakenly wearing wristwatches? 336. Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Swartzeneger? 320. 338. . Q: According to the No1 hit by Kenny Rogers. 311. 317. 325.

354. . 357. Q: What in Fairy Tales was the name of the Long Haired Beauty who was locked in a tower by a witch? 344. 343. 367. 345. 358. 341.340. A: Rapunzel Q: On a standard computer keyboard. how was the character Oswald Cobblepot played by Danny DeVito better known? 348. Q: Alice shrank after she drank from a Bottle that said what on the Label? A: Drink me Q: Who was the President of Argentina when they invaded the Falkland Islands? A: General Galtieri Q: Where is a fresco painted? A: On a wall Q: Where in London would you find Speakers Corner? A: Hyde park Q: Who played the part of a flustered vicar in 4 Weddings and a Funeral? A: Rowan Atkinson Q: Which river forms much of the border between England and Scotland? A: Tweed Q: Which pop singer's real name is Eileen Regina Edwards? A: Shania Twain Q: What word is used in international radio communications to denote the letter L? A: Lima Q: What is a lexicon? A: A dictionary Q: Who was the oldest member of the Beatles? A: Ringo Starr Q: What's the Chemical symbol for Potassium? A: K 352. 353. A: The Penguin in Batman 349. 356. 365. 364. 362. 355. 347. Q: Which word beginning with "C" is the name given to the electronic line judge at Wimbledon 350. 372. 369. Q: On Film. which key is the largest? A: The space bar. A: Cyclops 351. 346. 370. 363. 359. 371. A: Ben Hur Q: What did Albert Parkhouse invent that is one of the most stolen items from hotels? A: Coat hanger 342. 368. 366. 361. 360.

Q: What is the name of the flap of cartilage which prevents food from entering your windpipe? 406. Donald Sutherland and Tommy Lee Jones? 378. A: Epiglottis . James Garner. 376. 397. 402. 383. 404. 381. 398. 395. 391. 405. 382. 386. 377. Q: Who played the part of Annie Porter in the 2 Speed films? A: Sandra Bullock Q: What colour do you get if you mix blue and yellow paint? A: Green 374.373.red. Q: According to the title of the film. 388. 396. 385. 400. 389. 394. 403. 392. 375. white and platelets (clotting agents Q: Which F1 Team made their Debut in Australia on March 3rd 2002? A: Toyota Q: In which European country is the city of Strasbourg? A: France Q: What would you suffer from if you had dichromatic vision? A: Colour Blindness Q: In which galaxy is the Earth? A: The Milky Way Q: Which American car firm made the Corvette? A: Chevrolet Q: The imprisonment of Nick Leeson followed the collapse of which bank? A: Barings Q: On which Island was Napoleon born? A: Corsica Q: In the TV series 'Kung Fu' what name did the Buddhist priests give to Kwai Chang Caine? A: Grasshopper Q: Sharon Stone uncrossed her legs to much ado in which film? A: Basic Instict Q: Which magazine did Hugh Hefner found? A: Playboy Q: What was Apollo 11's landing module called? A: Eagle 380. 390. 379. 384. 401. 387. A: Blood Cells . what sort of cowboys are Clint Eastwood. A: Space Cowboys Q: What is or was Breitling Orbiter 3? A: The name of the balloon which circumnavigated the Earth in 1999 Q: What is manufactured by (red) bone marrow? Yellow marrow is just fat. 393. 399.

434. 420. 432. 431. 423. 424. 425. 410. 436. 411. Q: Before the terrorist attack how many stories high were the World Trade Centre’s twin towers? 426. which was first published 1848? Karl MARX was one. never lowered. A: On the Moon Q: In the animated film Fantasia. 435.407. 409. A: Grog Q: What is a crapulous person full of? A: Alcohol Q: Which small Norwegian town hosted the 1994 Winter Olympics? A: Lillehammer Q: Which military base in North Kentucky holds the US Gold Reserves? A: Fort Knox Q: Which trade would use a cambrel? A: A Butcher (it's a butcher's block) 418. 439. 422. Aragon & Howard Q: What name was given by the Christians to their Muslim enemies during the Middle Ages? 430. Q: What was the name of the highly diluted rum that admiral Vernon ordered given to British sailors to reduce drunkenness? 416. Q: Who's 3rd law states that every action has an equal and opposite reaction? A: Newton’s law of motion Q: Which sea lies between Italy and the former Yugoslavia A: Adriatic 408. 421. 429.never raised. Q: There were two authors of the 'Communist Manifesto'. Who was the other? 412.Parr. who plays the part of the sorcerer’s apprentice? A: Mickey Mouse Q: Starry starry night are the opening words of a song dedicated to which artist? A: Vincent Van Gogh Q: Which company's name is short for Durability. . 433. 419. A: Friedrich Engels Q: What speed were the 1st records played at A: 78 rpm 414. 437. 438. 417. 415. A: 110 427. 413. and never saluted? 428. Reliability and excellence? A: Durex Q: How is 120% expressed as a Fraction in lowest common denominator? A: 6/5 Q: How many Catherine's did Henry VIII marry? A: 3 . Q: Where is the only place that the American flag flies 24 hours a day .

451. 458. A: Quidditch . 462. 443. 467. 464. 465. 13. Q: Theoretically. 444. 461. 445. 468. 469. 453. 446. 460. Q: What word describes an objects ability to return to its original shape after being stretched or compressed? 470. 459. 447. A: Saracens Q: What are the two main colours on Argentina's flag? A: Blue/White (It also has a yellow sun in the middle known as the sun of May) Q: What is the name given to a triangle where all the sides are of different length? A: Scalene Q: How many notes are there in a musical scale? A: 8 Q: How many prime numbers are there between 10 and 20? A: Four (11. 448. A: Elasticity or Elastic constant 471. 457. A: 12 Q: What is Michael Jackson’s middle name? A: Joseph Q: What is an assembly of Cardinals called? A: Conclave Q: In which month is the French national holiday of Bastille Day? A: July 14th (It commemorates the beginning of the French revolution in 1789). 17 and 19) Q: What was the call sign used by Tom Cruise in Top Gun? A: Maverick 442. 466. what is the minimum number of strokes a player needs to make to win a set at tennis? 452.440. 441. Q: What's the name of the game played by Harry Potter and his team mates on broomsticks? 472. 456. Q: What word is used to describe an angle between 90 and 180 degrees? A: Obtuse Q: How many teeth should a normal healthy adult have? A: 32 Q: Which club did Alex Ferguson leave to go to Manchester United? A: Aberdeen (in November 1986) Q: Which city is traditionally called the birthplace of Jazz? A: New Orleans Q: Who was the leader of the Revolutionary Command Council of Libya? A: Colonel Gadaffi 454. 463. 455. 449. 450.

497.473. 491. 477.)? A: 13 (Sum of previous 2 numbers) Q: Which are the only 2 countries with an X in their names? A: Mexico/Luxembourg Q: Who is the scheming criminal genius.2. the mantle and what? A: The Core Q: In which City did George Harrison Die? A: Los Angeles Q: What is the smallest living unit called? A: A Cell Q: Gennifer Flowers claimed to have had a 12 year affair with whom? A: Bill Clinton Q: What does the musical term Largo mean? A: Slowly (& Stately) Q: In the animal kingdom. 480. 501. A: Static Q: What Nationality was the Composer Joseph Brahms (1833-1897)? A: German Q: What is the English Equivalent of Nom de Plume? A: Pseudonym or Pen Name Q: What is the name given to the imaginary line of 180 degrees longitude? 504.5. 482. 489. . 506. 507. 495. 492. 476. 479. 500. 499. 496. 493. 484. which builds up on an insulated object? 502. 483. 488. which large rodent is also known as the ‘Quill Pig’? A: Porcupine Q: What is the state Capital of Colorado? A: Denver 474. 498. constantly foiled by superman? A: Lex Luthur Q: In nature. Q: Which device measures the density of liquids? A: Hydrometer Q: A molecule of water contains how many atoms of Oxygen? A: 1 Q: How many pedals does a Grand Piano have? A: 3 Q: Who went with Alice to Buckingham Palace? A: Christopher Robin Q: What is the next number in the sequence (1. 503. Q: What is the name for a stationary electrical charge.1. the earth is composed of 3 main parts. 478. the Crust. 485. 487. 505. 475.8. 490. 481. 494.3. 486.

If light of these primary colours is added together in roughly equal intensities. Queen and worker are two. 515. 512. 530.e. Earl Spencer. what title would they hold? i. 533. A: King William V Q: What is a Marmoset? A: A type of monkey Q: Princess Diana had a brother. 519. A: International Date Line Q: Who Bills himself as the 'Worlds greatest Boxing Promoter'? A: Don King Q: Which Roman general became Cleopatra's lover. 538. Q: Who served time in jail for the rape of Desiree Washington? A: Mike Tyson Q: Rumplestiltskin and Hansel and Gretl were written by who? A: The brothers Grimm Q: What is the motto of the British SAS? A: Who dares wins Q: What's the Capital city of the Philippines? A: Manilla 534. 529. 527. 537. George Washington and Abraham Lincoln are two of them. . and died just before her? A: Mark Antony Q: What sort of food can be described as soft. What's the other? A: Drone Q: All Time High by Rita Coolidge was the theme tune to which Bond film? A: Octopussy Q: In Disney's Lion King who starts as King? A: Mufasa 518. Q: If the 2nd in line to the British Throne ever became Monarch . 539. 531. 520. Blue and Green. 509. 528. 540. 532. 523. 536. 521.508. 511. 517. 514. 525. 522. semi-hard or hard? A: Cheese 510. 524. King or Queen and what number? 516. 526. 513. A: Thomas Jefferson or Theodore Roosevelt Q: What is acclaimed to be the most ferocious fresh water fish? A: Piranha Q: What are the three primary colours of light? (For pigments it’s Yellow not Green). 535. A: Red. the sensation of white light is produced. Give me either of the other two. Q: Mount Rushmore in America has 4 presidents heads carved into it. what is his first name? A: Charles Q: There are 3 types of adult honeybee.

556. becoming the first woman to break the 12-second barrier. 545. A: Mcintosh Q: Agatha Christie created Miss Marples. 542. Q: Why was New Amsterdam renamed New York in 1664? A: It changed from Dutch to British rule. *If I have seen further than others it is because I have stood on the shoulders of giants*? 544. 562. 1938? 570. Q: Who said. 557. 568. When she was killed 48 years later in 1980. 569. . Q: Who is the present Commander in Chief for the British Armed Forces? A: The Queen Q: What is the medical term for German Measles? A: Rubella Q: Which maritime measure of speed is equal to one nautical mile per hour? A: Knot Q: Which branch of Medicine is concerned with providing artificial limbs for the body? A: Prosthetics Q: What is (Sir) Paul McCartney's first name? A: James 548. 543. 563. 571. A: Sir Isaac Newton Q: Who was the 1st President of the fifth republic of France? A: Charles Andre Jospeh Marie de Gaulle or General (Charles) de Gaulle 547. 552. 553. 551. 566. 550. 546. 565.what happened? 572. 561. Q: Which waterproof item of clothing was first manufactured by a Scotsman and named after him? 558. 554. A: A post mortem declared her to be a male. What is her 1st name? A: Jane Q: What do you call somebody from Monaco? A: Monagasque Q: What creature is said to the have the most legs? A: Millipede Q: What is the term for a group of whales? A: Pod Q: What is the main crop of the Greek island of Corfu? A: Olives Q: What name was given to the union (annexation) of Austria with Germany on March 14th A: Anschluss 560. 559. Q: Poland's Stella Walsh (Stanislawa Walasiewicz) won the women's 100-meter race at the 1932 Olympics. 549. 564.541. 555. 567.

583. the Grail was preserved by Joseph of Arimathea. According to tradition. 584. Q: On which card in a pack of playing cards is usually to be found the maker's mark and the copyright mark? 578. A: Ace of Spades Q: Whose wife would eat no lean? A: Jack Spratt's Q: George Harrison Died in November 2001. A: Bolsheviks 603. 598. 601. Q: What word beginning with "B" were the Russian revolutionaries who took their name from the Russian word for 'Majority'? 602. A: Atmosphere .573. 590. 585. Q: Who are the engine suppliers for the 'Williams' formula 1 team? A: BMW Q: What is a Codicil? A: An Appendix explaining. or part of it. 575. What is the name of his wife? A: Olivia Q: Who had Skytrain printed on the side of his aircraft? A: Sir Freddy Laker Q: How many milligrams are in one gram? A: 1000 Q: What term is used for the result of multiplying two or more numbers? A: Product Q: Fidelio was the title of whose only Opera? A: Beethoven Q: Which Knight of the round table found the Holy Grail? 580. Q: Which Latin word are the German 'Kaiser' and the Russian 'Tsar' derived from? A: Caesar Q: What was the surname of the French brothers who founded a tyre company in 1888. What is the name of his wife? A: Olivia 577. 594. 586. 596. the Holy Grail and the leading role in the quest is assigned to Sir Galahad. who collected in it the blood from the body of the crucified Christ. 588. 579. Q: On which card in a pack of playing cards is usually to be found the maker's mark and the copyright mark? 574. A: Michelin 593. 576. 599. 597. Q: What name is given to the envelope of gases which surrounds the Earth or another celestial body? 604. modifying or revoking a will. 600. 589. 587. 582. 595. 591. 592. In later legend. 581. A: Ace of Spades Q: George Harrison Died in November 2001. A: Sir Galahad.

613. 635. Which is the only Country it grows in? . Q: On what road did Nellie the Elephant meet the Head of the Herd? A: The road to Mandalay Q: What was Al Capone eventually imprisoned for? 616. 615. 611. A: The Bronx. What are the other two? 620. 621. mansion. Convicted of income tax evasion in 1931 and sentenced to 11 years in prison. 632. Q: The worlds largest fruit is called the love fruit or the Coco de Mer. and can weigh up to 50 pounds (23kg). 612. 619. A: Northern Lights . 614. A: Tax evasion.605. 618. Q: In the Alexandre Dumas novel of 1844 "The Three Musketeers". Florida. 629. Three of them are Queens. 617.high-altitude luminosity occurring most frequently above 60° north or south latitude. 633. 608. Brooklyn and Staten Island. 610. Q: New York city is subdivided into five boroughs. Crippled by syphilis. 607. after the Beatles is the biggest selling group ever? A: Led Zepplin Q: Which is the largest Greek Island? A: Crete Q: What is the southern limit of the Tropics called? A: Tropic of Capricorn Q: In a 1970s Film. 609. 631. he was released on parole in 1939. 624. he spent the rest of his life in his Miami Beach. 625. and Manhattan. what was the name of the leading female character. 627. 630. who was an agent of Cardinal Richelieu? 626. A: Milady De Winter Q: Which footballer's full name (excluding his first name) is Luis Nazario de Lima? A: Ronaldo Q: Which company invented the computer floppy disc in 1970? A: IBM Q: What is the (religious) society of friends more commonly known as? A: Quakers Q: Which is the only US state to start with the letter "H"? A: Hawaii 628. Q: What name was given to the persistent air attack on London? A: Blitz Q: Which Pop Singer and Actor had a Hit in the 70’s with "Silver Lady"? A: David Soul 622. 634. 623. what was the name of "The Biggest dog in the World"? A: Digby Q: What are the 'aurora borealis' also known as? 606. Q: Which group.

652. Black Sheep"? 650. Q: What is Deoxyribonucleic Acid better and more commonly known as? A: DNA Q: The original film 'The Italian Job' is about robbery in which city? A: Turin Q: Which song from the Film 'Jungle Book' was nominated for an Oscar in 1964? A: The Bare necessities. 649. In April 1992 Noriega was found guilty of cocaine trafficking. Manchester. 653. Q: Who is the only footballer to have played for Manchester United. 665. 641. Liverpool and Everton? 660. 637. What is the English translation of the A: My Struggle Q: What did Earl W Tupper invent in 1944? A: TUPPERware Q: Which country was Montezuma the ruler of? A: Mexico (1502-1520) 662.636. Q: What name was given to murderer Peter Sutcliffe? A: The Yorkshire Ripper 651. City. It belonged to Auric Goldfinger 642. title? A: Peter Beardsley Q: Hitler's autobiography was called "Mein Kampf". who became the 1st man to sail non-stop and single-handed around the world? 646. 663. 639. A: Gold finger. A: Robin Knox-Johnstone 647. A: Seychelles Q: What is the name of the second book in the Lord of the Rings trilogy? A: The two towers 638. 659. Born in Bombay at the age of six he was sent to be educated in England. racketeering. years that he described in this poem. A: Rudyard Kipling. 664. 643. 644. 658. A: General (Manuel Antonio) Noriega (Morena) of Panama. Q: Which central american dictator had the nickname Pineapple face? 640. . 645. A: Robert De Niro Q: Who wrote "Baa Baa. Q: Who won the 2001 British Open Golf Championship? A: David Duval Q: In which film did a Rolls Royce have the number plate AU 1. 656. Q: In 1968/69. 661. 666. and money laundering. Q: Other than Marlon Brando which other actor has played the part of Vito Corleone in the Godfather series? 648. 657. 654. He spent five miserable years at a foster home in Southsea where he was beaten and humiliated. the first time in history that a US jury convicted a foreign head of state on criminal charges. 655.

A: It was *the Land of Apples* Apples symbolized the eternal youth granted to conquering heroes including the mortally wounded King Arthur. A: Wilson . What or where was Avalon? 668.667. 675. 687. 695. 685. . which British Prime Minister and American President have shared the same surname? 688. What was the name of the A: Redoubtable Q: How many 20 minute sessions are there in a game of ice hockey? A: 3 Q: Who devised the Package Tour? 669. 679. 696. 690. What is the greeting? 680. Q: Columbus took 3 ships on his voyage to the Americas in 1492. A: 'Top of the morning to you' 681. A: Stefan Edberg 683. 694. 672. A: Thomas Cook. 677. 691. who was said to have been *healed* on Avalon and many followers prophesied his return. What was the name of the third? 684. (3 for the red. 674. ship? 670. Q: A musket ball fired from a French ship killed Lord Nelson. 2 for the canon and 2 for the white). 693. A: The Santa Maria Q: Who is the headmaster of Hogwart’s School of Witchcraft and Wizardry? A: Professor Albus Dumbledore 686. Q: In 1987. It began after he led a temperance group on a guided train ride from Leicester to Loughborough Q: Who played Batman in the film 'Batman forever'? A: Val Kilmer Q: What is the official language of Brazil? A: Portuguese 676. Q: During the 20th Century. He ran a successful travel agency in the 19th century. 673. 3 for going in off the red. 671. The Nina and the Pinta were 2 of them. 678. which Swede became the first man for 40 years to win a match at Wimbledon without losing a single game? 682. 692. Q: The correct response to a traditional Irish Greeting is 'And the rest of the day to yourself'. 689.Woodrow and Harold Q: Which part of a man's anatomy remains the same size from birth? A: His eyes (this is also true of females) Q: Who succeeded Stalin as Communist Party leader? A: Nikita Khrushchev Q: Which series of films features a police detective called Martin Riggs? A: Lethal Weapon Q: What is the maximum number of points that can be scored from a single shot in billiards? A: 10. Q: Brian Ferry had a hit with a song called Avalon.

701. 717. 726. 727. 707. 722. Q: What did the Archbishop of Canterbury do at Easter 2003.697.not Duck Q: Who fled his 'Peacock Throne' into exile in 1979? A: Shah of Iran. Most of the officers. A: Camp David Q: What was the first name of the character played by Olivia Newton John in Grease? A: Sandy 728. 703. 716. A: French. 713. 725. 721. 705. He was hanged two years later. Backgrounds and personal histories are not investigated. 724. 714. what is it called if you are out 1st Ball? A: Golden Duck . that hadn't been done for more than 400 years? 708. Q: What do the initials HB stand for on a pencil? A: Hard Black Q: What lies between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario? A: Niagra Falls Q: Where were the stone tablets on which the Ten Commandments were written kept? A: Ark of the Covenant Q: Who was Captain Hook's first mate in Peter Pan? A: Smee Q: In which country is Marrakech? A: Morocco 711. 709. 700. Q: Which location in the United States was originally known as Shangri-La. 718. 699. capable of rotating its neck through 270º? A: Owl 698. Q: In Cricket. The country was a constitutional monarchy from 1906 until 1979. and taken to Israel. and is now named after President Eisenhower's grandson. 712. After the war he disappeared. 702. 706. Nationals of any country other than France may enlist if they are between the ages of 18 and 40 and are physically fit. men? A: Washed the feet of (some of) his parishioners Q: Which nationality is legally barred from joining the French foreign legion as enlisted 710. Q: According to legend. 715. but he was found in 1960 by Israeli agents in Argentina. A: Karl Adolf Eichman. 719. 720. however. are French. Q: At which club did Sir Stanley Mathews begin and finish his playing career? A: Stoke City Q: Which is the only bird. 723. who was Uther Pendragon? A: King Arthur’s Father Q: What does 'anti-penultimate' mean? A: The last but two Q: Which Adolf was executed in May 1962 for his part in the Holocaust? 704. .

749. 752. Who and what is it? A: ABBA – Dancing Queen Q: What is the only English anagram of the word stationed? A: Antidotes Q: Go. Tennessee in 1865? A: Ku Klux Klan 748. 735. 753. Q: In 1976. Q: Song lyrics . how far is it between bases? A: 30 Yards (27. 741.729. 743. 754. 744. Q: What was the name of the building and the name given to the Parliament of Germany prior to Hitler becoming Chancellor on January 30th 1933? 736. 734. A: 6009 739. 751. A: Reichstag . 755.43 metres) Q: In science. The hostages were later freed in an astounding raid by Israeli forces.“Feel the beat from the tambourine”. 757. Go to Jail and what is missing? A: Free Parking (4 corners on monopoly board) 730. Q: Which campaign of the 1980s had the codename Operation Corporate? A: The Falklands War Q: What term is used for the distance a golf ball travels from the tee to first bounce? A: The carry Q: Which planet normally lies between Saturn and Neptune? A: Uranus Q: Which 60s pop group caught “The Last Train To Clarkesville”? A: The Monkees Q: What's the largest Island in the Mediterranean sea? A: Sicily Q: Which secret organisation was founded in Pulaski. 759.From 1933 to 1935 the democratic structure of Germany was replaced by a completely centralized state. Q: In baseball. 745. 742. the PFLP (Popular front for the liberation of Palestine) and Baader-Meinhof terrorists hijacked an Air France plane and landed at an airport. a substance dissolved in another substance is known as what? A: Solute Q: What is the criminal offence of embracery? A: Bribing a jury 740. 733. 731. 747. A: Entebbe Q: Who was most likely to have uttered the phrase 'morituri te salutant'? A: Roman Gladiators on entering the arena. Q: What will be the next year that reads the same upside down and back to front as it does the right way up? 738. Which airport? 746. The Reichstag retained only a ceremonial. 760. 756. function. 758. 737. 732. Jail. 750. ‘Those who are about to die salute you’. . not a legislative.

A: Tora Bora 785. 789. . What is the official total distance in Km? 766.8km) Q: What was the name of the South African student leader who died in police custody in A: Steve Biko Q: When is the Blue Peter Flown? A: When a ship is about to leave Port Q: Who invented the jet engine? A: Sir Frank Whittle Q: What is the bony substance in a tooth just beneath the enamel? A: Dentine 767. 773. Q: In the Harry Potter stories name either of the dogs kept by Hagrid? A: Fang or Fluffy 781. 790. Q: Who played the part of the toymaker in the film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang? A: Benny Hill Q: What covers 85% of Algeria? A: Sahara Q: What was the name given to Gorbachev's foreign relations programme? 776. A: Night of the Long Knives Q: What is Al Pacino's full first name? A: Alfredo Q: Who was the playwright son of Mary Arden? A: William Shakespeare 788. Q: What is the name of the cave complex that was thought to be the hide out of Osama Bin Laden? 784. 777. The annual Ironman World Championship in Hawaii. 769. 765.5km swim. a 179km bicycle race and a 42km marathon (224. The distance for each event varies depending on the level of competition. Q: On which sea is the port of Gdansk? A: Baltic Q: Which singer’s daughter won the Miss World title in December 2003? A: Chris de Burgh 762. cycling and running. 772. 783. 764. 779. 774. 775. 780. 1977? 768. Whilst perestroika concentrated on economic restructuring USSR. Q: What name was given to the occasion in 1934 when Hitler had members of his own party murdered by the SS? 786. 787. 40km cycle and 10km run). Q: The Triathlon consists of swimming. 778. 771. 763. 770. 782. includes a 3. glasnost was to relax the restrictive policies that prevented freedom of speech and Dissemination of ideas. A: 51. A: Glasnost (openness).5km (1.8km swim.761. together with the policy of perestroika.

805. 821. Prince Albert: foreskin. Madisons. 794. 804. 815. . 793. 816.791. A: The names of body piercings (Madonna: top lip. 798. 823. Q: The world’s largest Mobile Phone maker is based in which country? A: Finland. Q: Which fruit is a cross between a peach and a plum? A: Nectarine Q: What colour is the mineral 'malachite'? A: Green Q: What is converted into alcohol during brewing A: Sugar Q: What is the state capital of Massachusetts? A: Boston Q: In which country was Osama bin laden born? A: Saudi Arabia Q: What are Madonnas. 807. 796. 799. 809. 812. 819. 824. A: The Dead Man’s Hand – Wild Bill Hickock was shot and killed whilst playing poker and his hand contained these cards! Q: How many books make up the Bible's Old Testament? A: 39 Q: Who founded Playboy magazine in 1953? A: Hugh Hefner Q: Who plays Jim Morrison in the 1991 film 'The Doors'? A: Val Kilmer Q: In which country are the Churchill Falls? A: Canada (Labrador) Q: What make and model of car was John F Kennedy in when assassinated in 1963? A: Lincoln Continental Q: What planet is nearest to the Sun? A: Mercury Q: In which year was the first FIFA World Cup held? A: 1930 (in Uruguay . Christina: clitoris) Q: In poker what is a hand containing the 2 black aces and the 2 black 8’s called ? 806. Prince Alberts and Christinas? 792. 817. it's Nokia. 820. 822.Uruguay beat Argentina 4-2) Q: What is a tree or shrub called that sheds its leaves annually? A: Deciduous Q: In the world of nature what is a Camberwell beauty? A: A butterfly 808. 797. 801. 802. 813. 811. Madison: near collar bone. 800. 795. 810. 818. 814. 803.

854. 856. Q: An Eskimo roll would be seen in which sport? A: Kayaking Q: What is the male part of a flower called? A: Stamen Q: Reynard is a nickname for which animal? A: A fox Q: In which country was tennis player John McEnroe born? A: Germany Q: What spirit is used to make a daquari? A: Rum Q: What is or was an Aldis Lamp used for? A: Signalling (Morse code) Q: In electronics what does LED stand for? A: Light Emitting Diode Q: If an object is hastate what shape is it? A: Triangular Q: What is the world's largest sea? A: South China Sea Q: Which twins were said to be the founders of Rome? A: Romulus and Remus Q: What colour is the cabbage moth? A: Brown Q: Dendrology is the scientific study of what? A: Trees Q: How long is Johnny Walker Black Label whisky matured for? A: 12 years 826. 855. 838. 834. 841. 848. 858. 844. 830. 836. 839. 829. 840.825. 827. 853. 847. 828. Q: What is the capital of Finland? A: Helsinki Q: Which US organisation's headquarters is situated in Langley. 849. . 857. 832. 833. 831. 843. 846. 835. Virginia? A: CIA Q: In which country is the site of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon? A: Iraq (60 miles south of Baghdad) Q: A nebuchadnezzar of wine holds the equivalent of how many bottles? A: 20 852. 837. 845. 850. 842. 851.

859. 862. 887. 882. 881. Q: Founded in Canada in 1971. A: To oppose U. 886. 892. and now with its headquarters in Amsterdam. 877. nuclear testing in Alaska Q: Who was god of the sea in Greek Mythology? A: Poseidon Q: Which was the first European country to give all women the vote? A: Finland (Scandinavia is Norway. . 883. 865. 893. what was the original aim of the environmental organization Greenpeace? 876. Q: What colour is the mineral 'azurite'? A: Blue Q: The density of which substance is measured by a lactometer? A: Milk Q: In which country is the region of Dalmatia? A: Croatia Q: Which cosmetics and perfume company was originally named The California Perfume Co? A: Avon Q: In anatomy what is the outer layer of the skin called? A: Epidermis Q: Which Egyptian president was shot and killed in 1981? A: Anwar Sadat Q: Whose autobiography is entitled Zero to Hero? A: Frank Bruno Q: What is the other name for the Jewish day of Atonement? A: Yom Kippur 860. 889. 867. 888. 890. 891.S. 884. 864. 880. 863. 866. Sweden and Denmark) Q: What type of creature is a Garibaldi? A: A fish Q: What type of weapon is a Falchion? A: A sword Q: By what name was world champion boxer Walker Smith better known? A: Sugar Ray Robinson Q: Mount Elbert is the highest peak in which mountain range? A: The Rockies (USA) Q: Which American horse race is run at Churchill Downs? A: Kentucky Derby Q: What type of food is Quark? A: Cheese Q: Which Alex Graham cartoon appears in the Daily Mail newspaper? 878. 885. 872. 869. 873. 874. 871. 875. 879. 861. 868. 870.

916. 927. 899. A: Negative equity Q: Which film featured the Joe Cocker hit. 897. 915. 910. 911. 923. Q: What term is used to describe when your mortgage is more than the value of your house? 906. 907. Q: Which fruit is a 'Laxton Superb'? A: Apple Q: Where do mice who are proverbially poor live? A: Church Q: How many Grand Prix had Jordan competed in before they won their first race? A: 127 Q: What is the International vehicle registration letter(s) for Germany? A: D Q: What number is represented in Roman Numerals by the letter 'D'? A: 50 Q: What is the term used to describe a plant that has been crossed with different species? A: Hybrid Q: Which word can go before 'house' and after 'home' to create 2 new words? A: Work Q: In which country is Marrakesh? A: Morocco Q: What do 'polled' cattle not have? 912. 924. 926. 919. 925. 898. 921. 920. A: Fred Basset Q: What did Harry Beck design in 1931 which is still used in London today? A: The map of the London Tube system (the Underground) Q: Which tennis player was stabbed while playing against Steffi Graf in Hamburg in 1993? A: Monica Selles Q: Which country has the largest malt whisky distillery in the world? A: Japan (the Suntory Distillery) Q: What was the capital of the old West Germany? A: Bonn Q: Which is the only English word anagram of the word 'english'? A: Shingle 896. 'Up where we belong'? A: An officer and a gentleman Q: Who duetted with Barbara Dixon for the hit 'I know him so well'? A: Elaine Paige 908.894. 905. . 914. 909. 901. 917. 903. 918. 904. 900. 895. 913. 922. 902.

936. 943. 957. 944. 954. 929. 940. 942. 961.fox. 962. 959. 935. 945. 931. 947. 932. 950. 934. 955. 956. 960. . 952.3. 941. badger or camel? A: Fox Q: Who was Mr Universe between 1978 and 1980? A: Arnold Schwarzenegger Q: What colour tongues do giraffes have? A: Blue Q: How much are you paid if you hold an honorary post? A: Nothing Q: What was the name of AA Milne's son? A: Christopher Robin 930. 953. 939. 948. 958. 949. what was a 'Mae West'? A: A life jacket Q: With which country do you associate the 'Chorizo' sausage? A: Spain Q: What is a butterfly larvae more commonly known as? A: Catterpillar Q: How many laps are there in a normal speedway race . 951. 938. 946. A: Horns Q: On a World War II battleship. 4 or 5? A: 4 Q: What did Adam not have that every other man does have? A: A belly button or Navel Q: Which French phrase means ' road closed at one end'? A: Cul de sac Q: The Vatican City is within which other city? A: Rome Q: Who have you betrayed if you commit treason? A: Your Country Q: Which scientific word relates to the structure of the human body? A: Anatomy Q: According to the saying how will March go out if it came in like a lion? A: Like a lamb Q: The Province of Flanders is in which country? A: Belgium Q: On which island was the Mafia founded? A: Sicily Q: Which animal does 'vulpine' describe .928. 933. 937.

996. 979.963. 984. 987. which piece must always stay on the same colour squares? A: Bishop Q: What is Cryogenics? A: The scientific name for the study of extremely low temperatures Q: How high is the crossbar on a football goal? A: 8 ft (2. 975. 966. 981. 992. 965. 993. 969. 991. 983. 977. 971. . 976. 997. 995. 974. 967. 968. 990. 994. 986. 970.44 metres) Q: What is the largest American state? A: Alaska Q: Which film won the Oscar for best animation in 2004? A: Finding Nemo 964. 978. Q: Which part of the human body shares its name with a punctuation mark? A: Colon Q: Which childhood disease has the same virus as Shingles? A: Chicken Pox Q: What colour is cayenne pepper? A: Red Q: What type of animals were Lady and the Tramp? A: Dogs Q: Which Paul was named Sports Personality of the Year in 1990? A: Gascoigne Q: The letters DDR are the initials of which countries name? A: Germany Q: What is carnophobia the fear of? A: Meat Q: What colour is the inside of a pistachio nut? A: Green Q: What is the capital of Sri Lanka? A: Columbo Q: What were the gangs called in West Side Story? A: the Sharks and the Jets Q: In Greek Mythology. 989. 972. who found herself combing a head of snakes every day? A: Medusa Q: Which Communist country had the Red Guard? A: USSR Q: In which country is Transylvania? A: Romania Q: In chess. 985. 973. 980. 982. 998. 988.

Q: Before the 2001 tournament. 1025. Q: Which Spanish city is the capital of the Basque Region? A: Bilbao 1000. 1012. 1016. 1019. 1020. 1013. 1028. 1022. 1014. who were the ball boys at Wimbledon warned not to stare at? A: Anna Kournikova 1001. A: Stigmata . 1004. 1018. 1007. Q: Which formula one driver is the owner of the luxurious Columbus Hotel in Monaco? A: David Coulthard 1002. you? A: Best director Q: Which parts of your body are said metaphorically to burn when someone is talking about A: Ears Q: In which US state is Daytona Beach? A: Florida Q: True or false…electric eels actually produce electricity? A: True 1023. 1011. 1026. 1008. Q: What is the term given to the appearance of wounds or scars corresponding to those of the crucified Christ on a human's body? 1029. 1024. 1006.999. Q: From 1990 to 1997 every movie that got the Best Picture Oscar also got an Oscar in which other category? 1021. Q: In which country is the ancient city of Dubrovnik? A: Croatia Q: What is the official language of Brazil? A: Portuguese Q: What is a blue moon? A: If there are two full moons in one calendar month the 2nd is called a Blue Moon Q: What is the main emission of a car engine after Catalytic exhaust purification? A: Nitrogen Q: What is the Gaelic word for Ireland? A: Eire Q: In the “Rocky” films. 1015. 1009. 1003. 1027. what is Rocky’s surname? A: Balboa Q: Which President's name is inscribed on the 1969 Apollo 11 moon plaque? A: Richard Nixon Q: Dances With Wolves concerns a soldier from which war? A: American Civil War Q: In The X-Files which character is a medic? A: Dr Dana Scully 1005. 1017. 1010.

Q: Vespa and Lambretta are famous manufacturers of what? A: Scooters Q: What name is given to a racehorse that has never won a race? A: A maiden 1031. Name the other. A: Preston North End . 1062. 1048. 1059. 1055. Q: Before Arsenal. 1034. 1032. 'osculation'? A: Two (its a kiss) 1037. 1041. 1053. 1040. 1042. Q: Perry Como died in his sleep at the age of 88. A: Magic Moments Q: Which is Europe’s most mountainous country? A: Switzerland Q: What can travel to the far side of the world. A: Anglesey Q: On which island did actor Oliver Reed die? . 1045.1030. 1054. 1052. 1058. Name both. 1036. Louis Q: Which pop star admitted that she was a buffoon and an idiot until the age of 40? A: Madonna 1043.1888-89 Q: What type of fruit is a jargonelle? A: A pear Q: How many people generally take part in an. which is the only other team to go through an entire top flight league season in England undefeated? 1035. 1033. 1039. 1056. A: Kings Cross & Charing Cross Q: The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand precipitated what? A: World War I Q: On which night of the week do Witches traditionally hold their meetings? A: Friday Q: Which country does Red Stripe lager come from? A: Jamaica Q: Which is the most common first name in the world? A: Mohammed Q: Which city is located where the Mississippi meets the Missouri river? A: St. yet stay in its own corner? A: A postage stamp Q: Two main London railway stations have the word “Cross” in their names. 1044. 1057. 1049. 1050. 1047. Q: Ynys Mon is the largest island in England and Wales .by what name is it known in English? 1061. 1046. 1038. Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes was one. He achieved two UK No1 hit singles in a career that spanned 6 decades. 1051. 1060.

1096. 1084. 1081. 1090. Q: Which cartoon character lived on Sweetwater island and was the son of Poopdeck Pappy? A: Popeye Q: What was Hilary Clinton's maiden name? A: Rodham 1095. A: Malta (during the making of Gladiator) Q: What does Dorothy have to steal from the wicked witch in the Wizard of Oz? A: Her broomstick Q: Which substance is the main product of the Haber-Bosch process? A: Ammonia Q: 'Cab'. 90% igneous-rock. 1097. 1071.1063. 1064. 1072. 1080. according to Shakespeare was the "Noblest Roman"? A: Brutus Q: In which city were the 2008 Olympics be held? A: Beijing Q: Who wrote 'Paradise Lost'? A: John Milton Q: From which region does Claret come from? A: Bordeaux Q: Who composed the 'New World Symphony'? A: Dvorák 1065. 1074. . 1079. 1068. in which year was Mount Everest first climbed? A: 1953 Q: If you were at The Brickyard what sport would you be watching? A: Motor Racing (nickname for Indianapolis) Q: Who. 1066. 1087. 1082. 1067. 1077. 1092. 1088. A: Silicon. 1073. 1076. 1070. It constitutes about 28% of the Earth's crust. 1086. is short for which word? A: Cabriolet Q: Alphabetically. Silicon dioxide is the principal constituent of sand 1094. what is the first country in the world? A: Afghanistan Q: The Crimean War was fought by Britain and France against which other country? A: Russia Q: What does the acronym SCUBA stand for? A: Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus Q: Which Gladiator led a Revolt against Rome in 73 BC? A: Spartacus Q: According to record books. 1089. 1069. 1091. 1085. 1083. as in taxi. 1075. 1078. Q: Which is the most common element on Earth after oxygen? 1093.

1111. 1116. 1126.Tarik's Hill? A: Gibralter Q: Which pop group named themselves after a 1956 John Wayne film? A: The Searchers Q: In which war was the novel “For Whom The Bell Tolls” set? A: The Spanish Civil War Q: What is the name of the fifth novel in the Harry Potter series released in June 2003? A: Harry Potter & The Order Of The Phoenix Q: What is the name of Yogi Bear’s best friend? A: Boo Boo Q: Which company owned the ill-fated Titanic? A: White Star line Q: Which country is furthest from New Zealand? A: Spain 1099. 1125. 1124. 1122. 1119. 1128. 1112. 1127. 1110. 1107. 1106. 1101. 1115. 1118. 1104. 1103.1098. 1108. Q: What is the name of the railway that was opened in 1901 and runs from Moscow to Vladisvostok? 1129. 1114. 1109. 1102. 1100. Q: Which children's book features Tweedledee and Tweedledum? A: Alice In Wonderland Q: Which evergreen tree's berries are used to flavour gin? A: Juniper Q: Who was the wife of Louis XVI who was guillotined in 1793? A: Marie Antoinette Q: Which animal is the official emblem of Canada? (Not referring to the maple leaf) A: The beaver Q: What historic event took place on March 15th 44 BC? A: The assassination of Julius Caesar Q: Which actress was the mistress of King Charles II A: Nel Gwyn Q: Which car manufacture makes the engine for the Mclaren F1 team? A: Mercedes Benz Q: What event does Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture commemorate? A: Napolean's retreat from Moscow Q: What do we call what the Moors (North African Arabs) called Gebel-al-Tarik . 1120. 1123. 1130. 1117. 1121. 1105. 1113. A: Trans-Siberian Railway Q: Who won a Best Actor Oscar for the film Wall Street? A: Michael Douglas 1131. .

1158. 1141. what is the only other fruit to grow on a palm tree? 1155. 1159. 1139. 1134. 1144. 1156. Just below the epiglottis is the angular thyroid cartilage. 1148. 1151. A: Dates. Q: In which Film did the wind blow up Marilyn Monroes skirt? A: 7 year itch Q: What are normally the species with the longest life span? A: Tortoises and turtles . 1162. 1149. composed of two vertical plates that join in the front of the neck. Q: From which fruit is the alcoholic drink Slivovitz distilled? A: Plum (especially made in the former Yugoslavia and Romania) Q: What is the only country that represents a letter in the NATO phonetic alphabet? A: India Q: What name is given to a doctor that specialises in children’s diseases? A: Paediatrician Q: Which flower is also the name of the Greek goddess of the rainbow? A: Iris Q: A fisherman’s bend and a cat’s paw are both types of what? A: Knots Q: By what nickname was the ornithologist/prisoner Robert Stroud better known as? A: The birdman of Alcatraz Q: What name is given to the front teeth between the canines? A: Incisors Q: At the start of a game of chess. . 1161. 1157. 1145. 1140. 1154. 1135. We also get sago.they often live to well over a hundred years old.July 1st 1961 to 31st August 1997. 1163. 1165. 1138. 1146. 1164. 1152. Q: Yoshida Kogyo Kabushibibaisha or YKK for short appears on nearly every what? A: Zip Q: Before he changed his name. A: Cordon Bleu Q: How old was Princess Diana when she died? A: 36 . 1142. what was Cassius Clay's middle name? A: Marcellus. each player has a choice of how many moves? A: 20 (8 pawns can move 1 or 2 squares and 2 knights can move in 2 directions) Q: Who was the last British Prime Minister not to have a wife? A: Margaret Thatcher Q: What is the common name given to thyroid cartilage? 1133. 1136.1132. A: he Adam's apple. 1160. and vegetable oil used in making margarine and soap from palms but they are not fruits. 1147. Q: What term for excellent cookery is derived from a Blue Ribbon worn by members of a French Order of Knighthood? 1153. 1143. Q: Apart from the coconut. 1150. 1137.

the first general-purpose orbiting observatory was launched on April 24. 1188. 1190. 1168. A: Orbiting the Earth . 1184. Q: What is the name of the cold wind that blows in the winter through Southern France to the Mediterranean? 1195. 1175. 1178. 1194. 1191. 1196. what is used to hit the ball? A: A mallet Q: What is the Italian equivalent of Hors d'oeuvres? A: Antipasta Q: Where is the Hubble telescope situated? 1167. 1990 Q: Until the introduction of the Euro. . what do we better know it as? A: Polar Bear Q: What is the type of organism that lives on or in another called? A: Parasite Q: In polo.1166. 1171. 1170. 1182. "Of Mice and Men" and "The Grapes of Wrath"? 1179. captained by William Bligh in 1788? A: The Bounty 1189. 1174. 1186. 1192. 1185. 1169. 1172. 1180. Not Bullfighting Q: What was the name of ship. 1176. Q: Which American author wrote the classics "East of Eden". A: John Steinbeck Q: What is the patella bone better known as? A: The kneecap Q: What is the capital city of Morocco? A: Rabat Q: What colour light is displayed from the starboard side of a ship? A: Green 1181. Q: What is the name of the film starring Clint Eastwood in which he steals a Russian prototype fighter plane? 1187. A: The Mistral Q: Which direction do Muslims face when they pray? A: In whichever direction Mecca is 1197. Q: Called Nanook by the indigenous population. what is the unit of currency in Austria? A: Schilling 1177. 1193. 1173. A: Firefox Q: Who was General de Gaulle's successor as President of France? A: Georges Pompidou Q: What is the most popular spectator sport in Spain? A: Football. 1183.The Hubble Space Telescope (HST).

A: Pan Am. 1212. What is the name of the tower housing it? 1203. 1228. Maccavity and Gus? A: Cats (Lloyd Webber musical) Q: On which river does the Canadian city of Quebec stand? A: Saint Lawrence Q: Which legendary beauty was the daughter of Zeus and Leda? A: Helen of Troy (Leda was married to Tyndareus. 1209.real name Nguyen Tat Thanh (1890-1969). 1202. via London. Q: What name meaning 'Enlightened One'. Q: Yuri Gagarin was the 1st man in Space. Q: What do Homer Simpson and Elvis Presley have in common? A: They both have a daughter named Lisa Marie Q: Name the dragon that guarded the treasure in the Hobbit? A: Smaug Q: In which city is Karl Marx buried? A: London 1205. Q: Big Ben is the name of the Bell in the Clock Tower of the Houses of Parliament. 1200. king of Sparta at the time). On December 21 a terrorist bomb exploded in a Pan-Am aircraft flying from Frankfurt to New York. 1210. Q: Who was the head of the South African 'Truth and Reconciliation Commission' A: Bishop Desmond Tutu 1201. 1224. Q: Which Airline owned the Plane that blew up over Lockerbie in 1988? 1199. A: Saint Stephen's Tower 1204. 1222. 1206. Neil Armstrong was 1st on the Moon. 1229. Q: From what fruit is the French cordial syrup of grenadine made? A: Pomegranate Q: What nationality was Hans Christian Andersen? A: Danish 1223. 1230. 1217. 1226. Q: What are members of the Watchtower Movement better known as? A: Jehovah's Witness's 1213. was given to Prince Gotama Siddattha who lived in North East India from about 563 BC to 483 BC? 1211. 1227. 1215.1198. 1219. A: Hello Magazine Q: What are most of the American states divided into for administrative purposes? A: Counties Q: Who founded the Vietnamese communist party and became president of North Vietnam? A: Ho Chi Minh . 1220. 1225. 1214. Q: Which magazine was sued by Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones in 2003 for taking photographs of their wedding? 1221. what was Edward White's famous "First"? . 1218. A: Buddha Q: What type of animals are Mistoffelees. 1207. 1216. 1208.

1238. 1235. . It was disbanded in 1974 1233.1231. Q: In boxing. 1259. 1236.a wealthy Saudi businessman. 1254. A: Seconds out Q: In England. 1255. 1245. you can never be more than 75 miles away from what? A: The sea (coastline/tidal waters) Q: By birth what nationality is or was Osama bin Laden? (Correct spelling "Ussama") 1243. Ferrari's first name? A: Enzo Q: Which US city is known as the 'the big easy'? A: New Orleans Q: What is the emblem of the Islamic faith. 1251. 1258. 1249. What is it called under the earth's surface? 1237. A: Magma Q: What nationality is the Golfer Padraig Harrington? A: Irish 1239. Q: Molten rock above the earth's surface is called lava. 1234. 1256. Q: At the feeding of the five thousand. 1257. According to the Old Testament (Genesis 8:4). what instruction is given by the officials before the beginning of each round to indicate that everybody apart from the boxers and referee should leave the ring? 1241. 1242. was stripped of his citizenship in 1994 because he had supported terrorist groups. 1261. 1244. 1248. 1232. 1262. Ussama Bin Laden. 1240. Noah's ark landed on the “mountains of Ararat” after the deluge. Q: What was Abba's last no 1 UK hit? A: Super Trouper Q: What is the speed of sound called at sea level? A: Mach1 Q: What was Mr. 1260. as displayed on a number of national flags? A: A crescent moon Q: According to the title of the Hans Christian Anderson story who had new clothes? A: The Emperor 1253. 1250. 1246. A: Turkey. A: Saudi Arabian . how many loaves and fishes were there to start with? A: 5 loaves and 2 fishes Q: Who was President (military dictator) of Chile from 1973 to 1990? A: Augusto Pinochet Q: In which country is Mount Ararat? 1247. A: Edward (Higgins) White II was the 1st man to walk in space. Q: What is a Piano in Rhyming slang? A: A Joanna Q: Which Palestinian organisation murdered 11 Israelis at the 1972 Olympics? A: The Black September organisation. 1252. 1263.

Q: In April 2002. . Q: It was missed by John Pierpont Morgan-the owner. 1280. 1282.1264. 1279. who was held up by a Goods Train and James V O'Brien as he was detained by a Court Case. 1293. David (Wales). 1270. 1278. A: Atrium Q: Who had a hit in 1995 with the song 'Think Twice'? A: Celine Dion Q: Which (sometimes fatal) disease derives its name from the Italian for. Q: What is the architectural term for a large open space inside a building. 1286. What? 1273. A: The Titanic's Maiden (and only) Voyage Q: Which river forms part of the border between Colombia and Venezuela? A: Orinoco Q: What is a lion called in Swahili? A: Simba Q: Which American president gave the order to withdraw from the Vietnam War? A: Richard Nixon Q: HMS Dreadnought was Britain's 1st what? A: Nuclear Powered Submarine 1275. 1271. bad air? A: Mal-aria Q: What colour flag would a motor racing driver receive if he were disqualified A: Black Q: Which two countries are connected by the Khyber Pass? A: Afghanistan and Pakistan Q: Name the patron saints of the four countries in the British Isles? A: Andrew (Scotland). 1277. usually topped by a glass roof to provide light? 1283. 1281. 1284. which originated in China and Hong Kong in early 2003? 1267. 1276. George (England) and Patrick (Ireland). Q: Who played Harrison Ford's Father in 'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade'? A: Sean Connery 1285. A: Michael Owen Q: What name is given to the 'halo' of gas that surrounds the sun? A: Corona 1272. 1291. A: Severe acute respiratory syndrome 1268. 1294. 1266. Robert Bacon-the US Ambassador to Paris who had a business engagement. Q: What nationality is F1 driver Kimi Raikkonen? A: Finnish 1265. Q: What is the full name of the SARS virus disease. 1287. 1290. 1288. Bertram Slade. 1295. 1289. 1292. 1274. which footballer became the youngest captain of England since Bobby Moore? 1269.

1317. 1319. Lotus (Esprit) and BMW (Z3/750I and Z8) Q: Which country hosted the 1999 Rugby Union World Cup? 1322. A: Silicon valley Q: Which African country has exactly the same name as its capital city? A: Djibouti Q: In Mobile (cell) Phones. 1313. Q: What do the languages of Arabic. Q: Which river flows over the Niagara Falls? A: The Niagara River. A: Chloroform Q: Which is the smallest of the 50 states in the US? A: Rhode Island Q: What do you call the number below the line in a fraction? A: Denominator Q: What name is given to an inert substance administered in place of an active drug? A: Placebo 1314. 1316. Mandarin and Hebrew have in common? A: They are written right to left Q: Which state was the last to declare their election results in the US election of 2001? A: Florida Q: Why was Elm Street in the news in 1963? Clue – November. Q: Which anaesthetic was first used in 1847 to prevent patients from feeling pain whilst surgeons operated on them? 1312. 1326. Q: A Quiver is the collective name for which sea creature? A: Jelly fish 1297. 1325. 1307. 1299. A: It's where John F Kennedy was shot in Dallas Q: In Football by what name is or was Edson Arantes do Nascimento better known? A: Pele 1301. 1302. more commonly called? 1320. 1315. 1305. Q: What name is given to the Spanish drink that consists of sweetened red wine and lemonade or soda water and decorated with fruit? 1309. 1306. 1300. 1308. in Western New York and Southeastern Ontario. Q: What name is California's Santa Clara County. which dropped the first atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima August 6th 1945? 1310. what does WAP stand for? A: Wireless Application Protocol Q: How many different makes of car has James Bond used? A: 3 . 1324. 1327. 1304. . the heartland of the US Computer Industry. 1298. 1303. 1318. 1321. A: Enola Gay 1311. Q: What was the name of the specially equipped Boeing B29 bomber.1296.Aston Martin (DB5 and V8 and the ?). 1323.

1328. 1345. 1337. A: 4 x 400 meters (One mile is 1. 1329. 1330. Q: Two South American countries were members of OPEC (the organisation of petroleum exporting countries). The Blair’s lived in number 11 because it’s bigger.609 metres) Q: In 1986 the world's worst nuclear disaster happened where? A: Chernobyl Q: What word is used for the removal of salt from seawater to produce fresh water? A: Desalinisation Q: What colour is the M on the Mcdonald’s logo? A: Yellow Q: Which city did Hitler plan to make his capital of England after he invaded? A: Oxford 1356. What was the other? 1360. Q: Of all the 'metric' track events competed for at the Olympics. 1349. 1359. Q: There are three countries that have both an Atlantic and a Mediterranean coast. 1355. Q: What do you do if you are 'somniloquist'? A: You talk in your sleep 1346. 1348. A: Wales Q: Which is the largest Web Footed Bird in the world? A: The Albatross Q: Which country do the Faroe Islands belong to? A: Denmark Q: What's the Capital of Malaysia? A: Kuala Lumpur Q: Which Sport is played by the Boston Red Sox? A: Baseball Q: Who lived at number 10 Downing Street in 2004? 1334. 1358. (apparently no. Spain & Morocco Q: What is the national symbol of the USA? A: The bald eagle. 1341. A: Gordon Brown. Which movie equaled them? 1342. Q: Two movies held the joint record for most number of Oscars until 2004. name 2 of them? 1344. Blair!) Q: What is the name of the optical illusion caused by atmospheric conditions? A: Mirage 1340. World Championships etc. which is closest in total distance to the old mile? 1350. 1332. Venezuela is still one. . 1354. A : Ecuador (they joined in 1973 and left in 1992). 1357. 1339. 1331. 1333. A: “The return of the king” 1343. A: France. 1352. 1351. 1347. 1338. 1353. 10 wasn't big enough for Mrs. 1335. They were Ben Hur and Titanic. 1336.

2 stories high. 1366. 1378. what is it? 1362.000 square feet. 1386. A: Bill Shankly . 1373. 1381. 1383. I can assure you it is. Q: Who said.1361. 1388. Q: Which organ of the body is responsible for the production of anti-bodies? A: The spleen Q: What common household item was invented by Percy Spencer in 1945? A: Microwave oven Q: What two colours make up the flag of Pakistan? A: Green and white Q: Which Dickens character owned a pet dog called Bullseye? A: Bill Sikes Q: Which South American country has an Inca name meaning 'Cold Winter'? A: Chile Q: Which sporting event is contested from the capital of France to the capital of Senegal? A: The Paris to Dakar Rally Q: What does the D stand for in the name of Franklin D Roosevelt? A: Delano Q: Who was manager of Manchester United immediately before Sir Alex Ferguson? A: Ron Atkinson Q: Which American President ordered the dropping of the first atomic bomb? A: Harry S Truman Q: What is the number of the Baker Street residence of Sherlock Holmes? A: 221b Q: In which country is the world's largest McDonalds Restaurant? A: CHINA (The McDonalds in Beijing is 28. A: Become the Pope . much more important than that. "Some people believe football is a matter of life and death. 1367. 1375. 1389. 1385. 1384. 1372. it is designed to withstand boiling water.manager of Liverpool 1959 to 1974. 1369. people) 1391. 1376. and seats 700 1370. 1379. A: A teabag Q: What is the only creature that has a tongue but cannot stick it out of its mouth? A: Crocodile Q: The most famous Spanish festival is the running of the bulls in July in which city? A: Pamplona 1364. Albans Hertfordshire in 1100. 1377.I'm very disappointed with that attitude. 1390. 1380. Q: Born Nicholas Breakspear in St. he was the first and only Englishman to do what? Clue: he was (Adrian IV in 1154) 1392. 1363. 1365.'? 1368. 1382. 1371. Q: It is made from thermo-plastic paper and the manilla hemp used to make rope. 1374. 1387.

1414. 1406. 1410. Q: Who was the daughter of a Prime Minister. which is the largest key? A: The space bar Q: What is 1999 in Roman numerals? A: MCMXCIX Q: Who is the only person to have won 18 major golf championships? A: Jack Nicklaus Q: What part of the body does Silicosis affect? A: The lungs Q: Which of the following is the smallest paper size. . 1402. the mother of a Prime Minister and was a Prime Minister herself until her assassination? 1398. 1400. 1405. A HATTER makes or sells hats in general. A: Mrs Indira Gandhi 1399. 1425. 1395. 1408. 1422. 1409. A4. 1403. 1416. 1417. Q: Which international organisation was set up in the aftermath of the First World War with the aim of attaining world peace? 1424. A3. A: The League of Nations Q: In which city would you find the Wailing Wall? A: Jerusalem Q: Who is the only British commoner to have been given a state funeral? 1426. 1421. 1423. 1407. 1397. 1415. Q: On a standard computer keyboard. 1419. 1420. 1411. 1413. 1404.1393. Q: What is the largest island in the Indian Ocean? A: Madagascar Q: What is the main difference between monkeys and apes? A: Monkeys have tails 1394. 1401. 1412. 1418. 1396. 1427. or A5? A: A5 Q: What are the flat treeless plains of Argentina called? A: Pampas Q: Where would you hurt if you were kicked on the Tarsus? A: The ankle Q: Which sport uses the lightest ball? A: Table Tennis Q: Who discovered penicillin? A: Alexander Fleming Q: By what other name is the abominable snowman known? A: The Yeti Q: What was the Jaguar car called before 1945? A: The SS Q: What specifically does a milliner do? A: Makes or sells WOMEN’S hats.

1453. A: They all have airports named after them. A: Nuts . what symbol is used to denote the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter? . Leonardo da Vinci. 1451.1428. 1457. David Ben-Gurion and Charles de Gaulle got in common? 1452. Q: Which classic computer game contained the characters Inky. A: The Pony Express Q: In which country are Lada cars made? A: Russia Q: Which Foodstuff are Human Beings most allergic to? 1434. 1439. may have acute swelling of the tongue and throat. was abolished in 1948? (In USA) 1430. war? 1456. Marco Polo. Q: In mathematics. Pinky. A: Pac Man Q: In which city is the musical 'Phantom of the Opera' set? A: Paris Q: Which group became internationally successful in 1964 with the song “You Really Got A: The Kinks Q: What does a horologist do? A: Makes clocks Q: What name is given to a person authorised to vote on behalf of someone else? A: Proxy Q: What's the most northerly county of the Scottish mainland? A: Highland Q: What kind of hat takes its name from the Spanish word for shade? A: Sombrero 1440. Q: What kind of punishment. Joseph in Missouri.Anyone who is allergic to peanuts. 1447. 1444. 1441. 1450. an acute asthma attack. 1449. 1436. 1433. which was often added to a prison sentence. 1445. A: Sir Winston Churchill 1429. Q: What ran between Sacramento in California and St. A: Hard Labour 1431. in the early 1860's? 1432. 1446. for example. Kennedy. 1435. Q: What form of defence in a Criminal prosecution is a Latin word meaning “elsewhere”? A: Alibi Q: Which international agreement of 1864 regulated the treatment of those wounded in A: The Geneva Convention 1454. 1443. Q: What have John F. and could possibly die after eating even a small piece of peanut or any other nut. 1448. Me”? 1442. Blinky and Clyde that eat Ghosts? 1438. 1437. 1455.

1470. 1468.Nos 10. A: Pi Q: Which Shakespeare play begins with the words "If music be the food of love play on"? A: Twelfth Night Q: Which of the continents has the most countries? A: Africa Q: In which dance does the male represent a bullfighter and the female his cloak? A: Paso Doble (or double step in Spanish) Q: Which Bond character has been played most consistently by the same person? A: Miss Moneypenny Q: What endangered species of animal has varieties called Black. the SS Parisian and the SS Olympic have in common? 1472. London? A: 3 . A: 1642-1727 Q: What is the world's largest invertebrate? (No backbone)? A: The giant squid. 1488. 1478. 1459. 1475. 1465. 1479. It weighs up to 2. 1489. the SS Virginian. 1464. 1485. 1490. 1473. 1469. 1486. A: They all attended the Titanic rescue Q: In the USA what is Marine One? A: Presidents Helicopter Q: What is Europe's biggest island? A: Great Britain Q: What is the name of the python in the novel 'Jungle Book'? A: Kaa Q: How many houses are there in Downing Street. 1471. 1482. 1480. 1484. 1481. 1462. 1477. Indian& Sumatran? A: Rhinoceros Q: Who was the Democrat Challenger for the Presidency of the USA in 2005? A: John Kerry 1460. . 1476. 1466. Q: What do the SS Carpathia. 1487. White. 1461. 1463. 1467.1458. 1483.11 &12 Q: What do the Greeks call a restaurant? A: Taverna Q: Name any year in which the scientist Isaac Newton was alive. Each eye is a foot or more in diameter. Q: In Physics what does UV stand for ? A: Ultra Violet Q: What was the Capital of India prior to 1912 when New Delhi became the capital city? A: Calcutta 1474.5 tons and grows to at least 60 feet in length.

1491. Q: Which item of lingerie is also the name of the language of the inhabitants of the Western Pyrenees in South Western France and Northern Spain?

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A: Basque Q: In the Don Mclean song American Pie, what was American Pie? A: The name he gave to the plane in which Buddy Holly died in 1959 (no. N3794N). Q: Which is the longest river to flow into the Mediterranean? A: Nile (of Course) Q: What was the character name of Leonardo Dicaprio in 'Titanic'? A: Jack Dawson Q: Which water transport vessel’s name is a palindrome? A: Kayak

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A: The Americas Cup in Yachting (1851 (when it started) until 1983). In 1983 Australia II defeated the United States entry, Liberty, for the first victory by a non-American boat in the race's history.

1503. Q: The Haboob in Sudan, the Zonda in Argentina, the Puna in Peru and the Sirocco in North Africa are all the names of what?

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A: Winds Q: What word is the name given to the smallest blood vessels in the body? A: Capillaries Q: Which mythical beast was half Man half Bull? A: Minotaur Q: How many degrees are there in one and three quarter revolutions A: 630 (360 + 270) Q: On the 9th July 1951 which conflict was formally declared at an end? A: World War 2 - State of war with Germany Q: What kind of animal was Rikki Tikki Tavi? A: Mongoose Q: Credits on all Bond films finish with which same four words? A: James Bond will return Q: Which is the largest inland country in the World? A: Mongolia Q: What units are used to measure sound intensity? A: Decibels

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Q: What name is given to a quadrilateral with two parallel sides of unequal length? A: Trapezium Q: What is the name of the mascot on the bonnet of a Rolls Royce? A: The Spirt of Ecstacy Q: How many land miles are there in a League? A: 3 Q: Who plays the Bond Girl (Jinx) in the film Die Another Day? A: Halle Berry Q: What is added to tomato juice to make a Bloody MARIA (NOT MARY)? A: Tequilla Q: Which word was derived from the Greek for "Circle of animals"? A: Zodiac Q: What do Sumo wrestlers throw into the ring prior to a match? A: Salt Q: What single letter of graffiti did Donna Diego De La Vega scratch on walls? A: Z for Zorro Q: Genghis Khan was the most famous leader of what people? A: The Mongols Q: Who succeeded Colin Powell as Secretary of State? A: Condoleeza Rice Q: Which cartoon duo belonged to The Royal Order of Water Buffaloes? A: Fred Flintstone & Barney Rubble Q: What is the more common name for the North Atlantic Drift? A: Gulf Stream Q: What is the world's biggest selling copyrighted game? A: Monopoly Q: Parker and Barrow were the surnames of which famous couple? A: Bonnie & Clyde. Q: What was Operation Dynamo in World War II? A: The evacuation at Dunkirk. Q: What is the study of insects called? A: Entomology

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A: Calcutta Cup Q: In Hong Kong a wife may kill her adulterous husband but only by what method? A: Using her bare hands. Q: Who recorded the Album "Bat out of Hell"? A: Meatloaf

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A: Enzyme Q: In which country did the My Lai massacre take place? A: Vietnam Q: Who was the Queen of the Fairies in Shakespeare's 'A Midsummer's Night's Dream'? A: Titania Q: In the film "The Great Escape", what were the names of the three tunnels? A: Tom, Dick and Harry Q: Who won the 2004 British Open Golf championship? A: Todd Hamilton Q: In science which K is a unit of measurement used when describing an objects mass? A: Kilogram Q: Which two US cities are joined by Route 66? A: Chicago & Los Angeles Q: What do Americans call Sweets and chocolate? A: Candy Q: In fairy tales - what was the name of the little man who could turn straw into gold? A: Rumplestiltskin Q: In World War 2 what were Panthers and Tigers? A: German tanks Q: Who composed the Four Seasons? A: Vivaldi Q: In which town was Sadam Hussain captured in December 2003? A: Tikrit / al Dawr Q: On which night of the week do Witches traditionally hold their meetings?

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A: Friday Q: Which system of weight is used for precious metals? A: Troy Q: Which person has won the most Oscars with 26? A: Walt Disney Q: Who wrote the song "Jealous Guy"? A: John Lennon Q: Which Bob Dylan song was taken to number 1 in the UK in 1965 by The Byrds? A: 'Mr Tambourine Man' Q: Who released albums called "Slowhand", "Behind The Sun" and "August"? A: Eric Clapton Q: 'Wichita Lineman' was the first British top ten hit for who? A: Glen Campbell Q: Which musical features the song 'I could have danced all night'? A: My Fair Lady Q: As in the music shop, what do the letters HMV stand for? A: His Masters Voice Q: 'When Will I See You Again' was a number one hit in 1974 for which group? A: The Three Degrees Q: Which three piece band were Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce members of? A: Cream Q: Which group had a hit first with 'Sweets for My Sweet'? A: The Searchers Q: In music, who has sometimes been called the "thin white duke"? A: David Bowie Q: According to Elvis Presley, where was Heartbreak Hotel situated? A: At the end of lonely street

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A: Phil Collins Q: Which creature features on the logo of Bacardi Rum? A: Bat Q: In June 1906 where was the world’s first grand prix held? A: Le Mans in France Q: Up until the building of the Eiffel tower, which old Structure was the tallest in the world? A: The Great Pyramid

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1648. I'm Only The Piano Player'? A: Elton John Q: In which year did Simon and Garfunkel release their album 'Bridge Over Troubled Water'? A: 1970 Q: What was the name of Marmalades only number one hit in the UK? A: 'Ob-La-Di-Ob-La-Da' (Originally by The Beatles) 1636. 1649. Q: Which American female singer fronted the 1970s rock band Blue Angel. 1635. A: Nose to Finger 1633. 1629. A: Cyndi Lauper Q: Which female singer had hits with 'I Am What I Am' and 'Never Can Say Goodbye'? A: Gloria Gaynor Q: Who wrote the words to Frank Sinatra's hit 'My way'? A: Paul Anka Q: What was the name of The Who's drummer. 1640. . 1647. 1644. 1660. before going on to solo success? 1650. 1653. 1631. 1641. 1638. 1651. 1654. 1630. 1655.S. Lewis 1652. 1643. 1656. 1645. 1637. 1639. 1634. who died in 1978? A: Keith Moon Q: What was the band The Animals' only UK number one hit single? A: House Of The Rising Sun Q: Who wrote Children's Books about the Land of Narnia? A: C. Q: Where is Pamplona? A: Spain Q: Who had a UK number one hit single with *I'm A Believer* in 1967? A: The Monkees Q: Who released the album "Wednesday Morning" in 1964? A: Simon and Garfunkel Q: Who reached number 7 in the UK charts in 1972 with the single 'Layla'? A: Derek and the Dominoes (Eric Clapton) Q: Which group had a hit album in 1977 called 'Arrival'? A: Abba Q: Who had a hit album in 1973 with 'Don't Shoot Me. 1657. 1659. 1646. Q: Vaduz is the capitol of where? A: Liechtenstein Q: Which of the continents has the most countries? A: Africa 1628.1627. 1658. Q: The 'Yard' is a measurement introduced by Henry 1st as the distance between which 2 parts of the body? 1632. 1642.

Q: Which England player was revealed to have lost £30. a 19th century poet and painter. Stronger Q: In the film Jurassic Park. 1677. 1671.1661. 1693. 1683. 1673. 1681. Edward Lear. Q: Who first produced a book in 1955 to help pub owners settle debates (and bets) between patrons? 1676. Lear Jet) Q: What does the Olympic motto. the park is on an island off the coast of which country? A: Costa Rica Q: In cycling. 1679. 1691. 1675. 1686. and a manufacturer of jet aircraft? 1680. 1674. Higher. 1694. 1685. Citius. 1667. Altius. 1665. A: Lear (King Lear. 1666. 1687.000 playing cards during the 2002 World Cup? 1668. A: Michael Owen Q: The Skoda car company is based in which country? A: Czechoslovakia Q: In which film did Julia Roberts play the part of Tinkerbell? A: Hook Q: On which continent would you find the Atlas mountains? A: Africa 1670. who has set a record by winning 6 Tours de France in succession? A: Lance Armstrong Q: An insect is separated into 3 parts. A: Guinness (book of world records) Q: What is the name of the monkey that gave its name to a blood group? A: The Rhesus monkey 1678. the Head the Thorax and which other? A: Abdomen Q: Who discovered the Law of Gravity? A: Sir Isaac Newton Q: In what country did Yasser Arafat's funeral take place? A: Egypt Q: The Equator runs through Ecuador. 1672. 1688. 1690. literally translate as? A: Swifter. Q: What name connects a Shakespearean King. Fortius. 1664. 1692. Brazil and which other South American country? A: Columbia 1682. Q: What is philography? A: Autograph collecting Q: In which film does Paul Newman’s character eat 50 hard boiled eggs for a bet? A: Cool Hand Luke Q: Which Chinese game involves 144 tiles divided into six suits? A: Mah Jong 1662. 1669. 1663. . 1689. 1684.

1707. A: Somalia Q: What is converted into alcohol during brewing? A: Sugar Q: If you were Lapidated. 1724. 1721. 1725. A: Poltergeist Q: The name of which Pudding literally means Burnt Cream? A: Crème Brulee Q: What part of Peter Pan was kept in a drawer in the Darling household? A: His shadow Q: The figure of justice (at The Old Bailey) holds a sword in one hand and what in the other? A: Scales 1700. 1723. 1710. Q: What's the main ingredient of Sauerkraut? A: Cabbage 1697. 1727. 1701. A: Goat Q: What was the first name of Gabrielle Chanel. 1696. Q: The 2001 movie Black Hawk Down was set against a true conflict between the USA and warlords in which African country? 1706. the French fashion designer 1883-1971? A: Coco Q: Which Mexican cocktail gets its name from the red glow caused by the grenadine in it? A: Tequila Sunrise Q: What do the Fins call Finland? A: Suomi Q: Which 2003 film has the subtitle The Curse of the Black Pearl? A: Pirates of the Caribbean 1722. 1717. 1718. Q: In Greek mythology Pan was the god of the woods. Q: What name is given to the unexplained. what would happen to you? A: You would be stoned to death. 1703. 1705. he was half man and half what? 1720. 1714. 1711. mischievous phenomenon that comes from the German for 'noisy ghost’? 1698. 1715. 1728. 1699.1695. 1716. 1726. 1713. fields & fertility. 1704. 1719. 1709. 1712. . 1702. Q: Which goldsmith and jeweler was famous for ornate Easter eggs? A: Peter Faberge Q: Who was the Leader of Germany between 1933 and 1938? A: Adolf Hitler Q: The Mosconi Cup is played for in which Sport? A: Pool Q: What is the traditional Thanksgiving dessert in the USA? A: Pumpkin Pie 1708.

1745. concerto or aria? A: Cadenza Q: Which golfer won the 2002 British Open Championship? A: Ernie Els Q: What's the proper term for the art of bell-ringing? A: Campanology Q: In Iraq. 1736. 1733. 1742. 1740. Q: In 1994 the football league banned an innovation first introduced by Queen's Park Rangers in 1982. Q: What is the name of the chief male sex hormone? A: Testosterone Q: What do the Argentineans call 'The Falkland Islands'? A: Malvinas Q: At which resort is the International Film Festival Held A: Cannes Q: How many yellow stars are there on the flag of China? A: Five Q: What nationality was the first non-US. 1749. 1758. . 1759. 1760. 1737. 1739. non-Soviet spaceman? A: Czechoslovakian Q: What sign did God give Noah that the earth would not be flooded again? A: A rainbow. 1734. 1735. what are the 2 main Muslim sects? A: Sunni and Shiite Q: For what was Operation Z the codename in World War II? A: The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour Q: Which expensive vinegar is aged in wooden barrels? A: Balsamic Q: What's the name of the character played by Gene Hackman in the 'French Connection'? A: Popeye Doyle 1730. Q: What is the most popular sport played in Nudist Camps? A: Volleyball Q: Which musical term means a flourish towards the end of a movement. 1752. 1755. Q: Who was the Vice President of George W Bush? A: Dick Cheney 1762. A: Artificial pitch. 1751. 1732. 1756. 1754. 1747. 1761. 1750. 1741. 1753. 1743. 1731. 1744. what was it? 1746. 1757.1729. Q: What is the chemical symbol for Ozone? A: 03 1748. 1738.

A: Five Q: In which country have all the Lord of The Rings films been filmed? A: New Zealand Q: Why is Easter always on a Sunday between March 22 and April 25? A: It's the 1st Sunday after the 1st Full moon after the vernal equinox (21st March) Q: The 'Bay of Pigs' forms part of the coastline of which country? A: Cuba Q: Into which ocean does the river Zambesi flow? A: Indian 1780. 1782. 1793. 1781. Q: In cricket how many runs are scored when the ball hits a helmet left on the ground by the fielding team? 1778. 1771. 1776. butterfly and which other? 1788. 1779. 1791. 1783. 1777. 1768. 1772. Q: There are four strokes in competitive swimming. 1789. 1775. breaststroke. Q: Who cut off the tails of the three blind mice? A: The Farmer's Wife Q: Which Beatles No 1 was the only one to have a single word in the title? A: Help Q: Which famous British singer was once billed as Tommy Scott the Twisting Vocalist? A: Tom Jones 1766. . 1770. 1792. 1773. what did they dispense? 1764. 1787. Q: From what port did the Titanic set sail on its fateful voyage? A: Southampton. 1785. A: Chewing Gum Q: What is the only rock that is edible to man? A: Salt Q: Who was British Prime Minister on Sunday 3rd September 1939? A: Neville Chamberlain. 1786. 1774. It was the day the second world war started. 1765. 1795. A: Freestyle Q: What is the most abundant metal in the Earth's crust? A: Aluminium Q: What was the name of Sir Paul McCartney’s last wife? A: Heather Mills Q: How many spikes are there in the Statue of Liberty's crown? A: 7 Q: Which present day capital city is built on the capital city of the Aztecs? 1790. 1767. backstroke.1763. 1769. 1794. Q: The 1st vending machines in the USA were installed on New York City railway platforms in 1888. 1784.

patriarch of the West. 1819. 1823. A: Mexico City Q: In mythology. 1797. successor of St Peter. 1803. French and Spanish there are 2 other official languages of the United Nations. Q: The official title of the head of the Roman Catholic Church is not Pope. 1812. 1815. Some others are: vicar of Christ. Q: Which country did Celine Dion represent when she won the Eurovision Song Contest in A: Switzerland Q: It’s the Oxford and Cambridge boat race this afternoon. 1805. Q: Other than English. 1811. What number race is it? A: 151st (This is out dated) Q: What was discovered by Howard Carter and the Earl of Caernarfon in 1922? A: The tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamen 1801. 1816. 1821.1796. sovereign of the State of Vatican City. A: Russian and Chinese Q: Which landmark is portrayed as a combination of a Bust of a Woman and body of Lion? A: The Sphinx Q: On which island was Napoleon exiled when he died? A: St Helena Q: Whose treasure did Ben Gunn dig up on Skeleton Island? A: Captain Flint’s Q: What game is played on a Diamond? A: Baseball Q: In musical notation which note is half a minim? A: Crotchet Q: Who was the wizard in Tolkein's novel The Hobbit? A: Gandalf Q: What are the three largest planets in the solar system? A: Jupiter. Give me either one. Saturn and Uranus 1810. and servant of the servants of God. what is it? 1800. .. 1813. 1806. 1988? 1802. 1818. 1817. A: Supreme Pontiff of the universal church. 1808. 1798. 1809. Q: The White House is the most visited house in the USA what is the second? A: Graceland 1824. on which Greek Island did Sappho write poems for her female admirers? A: Lesbos Vazhdon 1799. 1814. 1820. 1822. primate of Italy. 1807. 1804.

1855. 1849. A: Agatha Christie 1835. Q: Who is the all-time best-selling fiction writer in the world. 1833. 1830. 1842. Cherokee and Voyager? A: Chrysler 1828. became a farmer.1825. 1827. Q: What do we call the electromagnetic waves between radio waves & infrared. 1829. 1846. 1843. 1845. A: Duelling Q: What name is given to plants that last for many years? A: Perennials Q: Whose last words were reputed to have been 'Thank God I have done my duty'? A: Horatio Nelson 1854. 1856. Q: In F1 motor racing what flag is displayed by all track marshalls when a race is to be stopped? 1836. 1848. 1844. 1847. Q: What kind of fighting was outlawed in Britain in 1819 because the Army was losing too many of its Officers? 1852. went to Florida. A: microwaves Q: How many lanes does an Olympic swimming pool have? A: 8 Q: Which country lies immediately south of Nicaragua? A: Costa Rica Q: Which car manufacturer has made models called Neon. whose 78 crime novels have sold an estimated 2 billion copies? 1834. they are actually higher frequencies of radio waves? 1826. 1841. 1851. 1831. 1850. Q: Which Apache Chief finally surrendered. 1839. dictated his autobiography and died in 1909? 1838. A: Geronimo Q: In which US state's capital is the headquarters of the Mormon Church? A: Utah Q: What in Victorian times was the device known as a servant regulator? A: Alarm Clock Q: What do the Americans call Old Glory? A: The American flag Q: Which leader of a country was linked with trying to Buy Crystal Palace FC ? A: Colonel Gaddafi Q: In which 1990 film did Sean Connery play a defecting Soviet submarine commander? A: The Hunt For Red October Q: In which city is the La Scala opera house a feature? A: Milan 1840. 1853. 1832. A: The red flag 1837. .

1874. 1873. Ruby and Sapphire. 1872. 1860. 1870. Q: Which bird brought an olive branch to Noah after the Flood? A: The Dove Q: Who was imprisoned in 1923 for trying to overthrow the Bavarian Government? A: Adof Hitler Q: What word is used for the letter 'O' in the phonetic alphabet? A: Oscar Q: What is the name for the art of clipping hedges into shapes called? A: Topiary Q: What is Simba's uncle called in the Lion King? A: Scar Q: What often used computer term is short for picture element? A: Pixel Q: Copper gets its name from which Mediterranean island? A: Cpyrus Q: What is the largest city in Africa A: Cairo Q: During wartime what title was awarded to a pilot with five confirmed kills? A: Ace Q: Who was Anne Hathaway married to? A: William Shakespear Q: The word Be-ezlebub appears in queen’s bohemian rhapsody. 1862. 1889. 1890. 1869. 1882. 1864. A: Diamond. . 1883. 1879. 1867. 1884. 1886.1857. 1888. 1871. Q: What is the chief port of Iraq? A: Basra Q: Which Japanese electronics firm is named after a word meaning sound? A: Sony Q: What does the musical term Fortissimo mean? A: Very loud or loudest Q: What is considered to be the world's fastest growing plant? A: Bamboo 1858. 1876. Emerald. What is the state's capital? A: Austin 1868. Q: There are only 4 gemstones that can be called precious . 1859. 1881. 1863. 1875. 1865. 1861. 1885. what does it refer to? A: The Devil (My ex!) Q: Texas achieved statehood in 1845.the rest are semi-precious what are the 4? 1866. 1880. 1887. 1878. 1877.

Q: In which city would you find the International Court of Justice? A: The Hague Q: What is the outer layer of skin called? A: Epidermis 1892. 1915. Q: What do we call a secret group who try to destroy a state from within? The term originated in the Spanish civil war when Franco attacked Madrid with so many units on the outside and one on the inside? 1922. 1919. 1976. A: 5th column .212 ft) Q: When milk sours what acid is formed? A: Lactic Acid Q: What animal appears on the flag of Sri Lanka? A: Lion 1914. 1909. 1895. A: Angel Falls in Venezuala . 1903. what left London going to Bahrain and from Paris going to Rio de Janeiro? 1896. A: Concorde 1897. 1917. dropping 979 m (3. 1894. who were the legendary female warriors living near the Black Sea. meaning 'My Lady’? A: Madonna Q: Who wrote Pride and Prejudice? A: Jane Austen Q: What is the name of the second Bridget Jones film? A: The edge of reason Q: When did New Year’s Eve & New Year’s Day last fall in the same year? A: It happens every year! Q: What is the light sensitive part of the eye called? A: The retina Q: What are the ridges across guitar fingerboards called? A: Frets Q: Which is the highest waterfall in the world? 1902. 1907. 1910. 1921. A: The Amazons Q: Kiev is the capital of which country? A: Ukraine 1920. 1905. 1900. 1916. 1912. 1908. 1899. 1904. banning all English clubs from European Football for 6 years? 1898. who cut off their right breasts so as to be able to use a bow more easily? 1918. 1911.1891. Q: Which team was Liverpool playing in the 1985 European Cup Final when the Heysel stadium disaster happened. A: Juventus Q: What's the Italian for the Virgin Mary. 1913. 1906. Q: On January 21. Q: In Greek mythology.the highest uninterrupted cataract in the world. 1901. 1893.

1954. 1930. 1943. how many does a giraffe have? A: 7 Q: What is the world’s longest man made waterway – 1600km A: The Grand Canal in China Q: Augusta is in which American State? A: Georgia Q: Who played the title role in the film 'The American Gigolo'? A: Richard Gere Q: What is H2SO4 the chemical formula for? A: Sulphuric Acid 1926. 1936. 1929. 1944.1923. 1940. 1925. 1932. 1945. 1951. 1953. 1948. 1947. Q: What is the name of the Qatar based TV station that is often a mouthpiece for the statements by Islamic militants? 1950. 1928. 1946. Q: In 10-pin bowling. 1955. 1934. 1938. 1935. 1942. A: Al Jazeera Q: What is the name of Bill Clinton's daughter? A: Chelsea Q: What colour flag is flown at Beaches deemed clean and pollution free? A: Blue Q: Which company makes the Xbox games console? A: Microsoft 1952. 1937. 1939. 1956. . a strike is when you get all pins down with 1 ball . 1933.what term is used for getting them down with 2? 1924. 1941. 1931. 1949. 1927. A: A spare Q: Which Roman Goddess is also a brand of margarine? A: Flora (Goddess of flowers) Q: The film 'All the President's Men' relates to what? A: The Watergate scandal Q: What was the name of the space shuttle that exploded after lift off in 1986? A: Challenger Q: Which part of the body is affected by gingivitis? A: The gums Q: How many of the drivers who finish a formula one grand prix win points? A: 10 Q: The Treaty of Nanking in 1842 ceded what to Britain? A: Hong Kong Q: Which is the worlds 2nd largest French speaking city? A: Montreal Q: Humans have 7 vertebrae in the neck.

1985. 1988. 1986. What is it? A: NY State Prison Q: What is Bouillabaisse? A: Fish soup Q: How many of the Magnificent Seven are still alive at the end of the film? A: Three Q: Who did John Hinckley Junior shoot on 30th March 1981? A: Ronald Reagan Q: Who created the cartoon cat Garfield? A: Garfield Q: Who played Ned Kelly in the 1970 film of the same name? A: Mick Jagger Q: Which arm and which eye did Nelson lose in service? A: Both right Q: What were the names of Wendy Darlings 2 brothers in Peter Pan? A: Michael & John Q: The Sheffield Shield is competed for in which sport? A: Cricket Q: What are the names of Margaret Thatcher's twin children? A: Mark and Carol Q: What is the bookmakers signalling system called? A: Tic tac 1960. 1980. which bird rose from its own ashes? A: The Phoenix Q: Which cheese is known as the King of English cheeses? A: Stilton Q: Lacking of which vitamin causes rickets? A: D Q: What are or were Oxford Bags? A: Trousers Q: 'Sing Sing' is located in New York city. 1968. 1987. 1984. 1983. 1963. 1970. 1979. 1982. 1974. 1978. 1975. 1972. 1976. 1969. 1973. 1991. Q: Which spice comes from the Crocus? A: Saffron Q: What is the bluebird the symbol of? A: Happiness Q: Where in your body is the Metatarsal arch? A: The foot Q: In Legend. 1962. 1981. 1967. 1990. 1961. 1966. 1958. 1959. 1977. 1989. 1992. 1965. 1971. .1957. 1964.

2004. 2025. 2021. The Invisible Man? A: HG Wells Q: On which island did King John set his seal to the Magna Carta? A: Runeymede Q: What was the Profession of Patrick Swayze’s character in Ghost? A: Stock Broker Q: Which of Shakespeare plays involves a pound of flesh? A: The Merchant of Venice 1994. 2003. 2012. 2018. Q: How did Van Gogh commit suicide? A: He shot himself Q: Who is the mother of Rummer. 2009. 2015. 2002. 2023. what was his name? A: Branwell Q: Name a country whose name begins with the letter A but doesn't end with the letter A? A: Azerbaijan (Nr Iran) or Afghanistan Q: What disease is the BCG vaccine used to combat? A: Tubercolosis Q: Macaroni. 2020. 2001. 2026. 2016. 2006. 2024. Chinstrap and Emperor are types of what? A: Penguins Q: Which herb is used to make Pesto sauce? A: Basil Q: Whom did Mark Chapman kill in New York? A: John Lennon Q: In a modern 3 pin electrical plug.1993. 1996. . 2014. 2000. 2005. Scout & Tallulah Belle? A: Demi Moore Q: Graphite is composed of which element? A: Carbon Q: The Bronte sisters had a brother. 1995. 2008. 2019. 2011. 2022. what is the colour of the live or positive wire? A: Brown Q: How many Queens have ruled France? A: None Q: Which American City is named after a British Prime Minister? A: Pittsburgh Q: Who was Queen of England for only 9 days before she was beheaded? A: Lady Jane Grey Q: Who wrote the story. 1997. Gentoo. 2010. 1999. 2017. 1998. 2007. 2013.

2044. 2034. 2058. 2047. 2043. Q: Who first conceived the helicopter. 2039. 2041. My last. 2051. 2059. 2050. 2061. 2045. Q: Which famous sports person married his fiancé Elin Nordegren in Barbados in October A: Tiger Woods Q: Jane Wyman was the first wife of which famous American? A: Ronald Reagan Q: What was Ghana's former name? A: Gold Coast Q: Which musical is the name of a US state? A: Oklahoma Q: Which soap character had a secretary called Sly? A: J R Ewing Q: Who recorded the 70's disco song "You're My First. 2048. 2029. 2037. 2046. 2055. Judges & Habakkuk all have in common? A: All books of the Old Testament Q: What is the scientific name for the wind pipe? A: The Trachea Q: Where was princess Elizabeth when she learned she had become the queen? A: Kenya Q: On which day of the week are British elections held? A: Thursday Q: Whose long jump record in the 1968 Olympics lasted for 24 years? A: Bob Beamon's Q: What is the official residence of the French President? A: Elysée Palace Q: Who was the first Black soccer captain for England? A: Paul Ince Q: Lapland straddles 4 countries Norway. Sweden. 2036. 2052. 2004? 2028. 2040. Finland and which other? A: Russia Q: Where are the Tivoli gardens? A: Copenhagen Q: Which magazine uses the mythological winged horse Pegasus for its logo? A: Readers Digest 2030. 2038. 2057. 2054. 2056. 2060. 2031. 2033. 2042. 2032. 2049. 2035. My Everything"? A: Barry White Q: The Suez Canal connects the Red sea with which other sea? A: The Mediterranean Q: What have Job.2027. 2053. which at the time was called an ornithopter because it was designed to simulate birds in flight? .

A: Leonardo Da Vinci Q: What unit is used to measure the frequency of radio waves? A: Hertz Q: Eva Herzagova advertised what using the slogan 'hello boys'? A: The WonderBra Q: How many strings has a Ukulele? A: 4 Q: What was Ronald Reagan's middle name? A: Wilson 2064. 2084. 2077. Q: What was the name of the German founder of Protestantism who was excommunicated by Pope Leo X in 1521.2062. 2090. Q: President Laurent Kabila was assassinated in January 2001. A: Martin Luther 2087. Q: Who won a 'Golden Slam' in 1988 by winning the singles titles at the Australian. 2067. A black leopard IS a panther. Q: In the First World War. 2065. Yehudi Menuhin? A: American Q: What colour is the sari traditionally worn by an Indian bride at her wedding? A: Red Q: What is the difference between a black leopard and a panther? A: Nothing. French. A: Steffi Graff 2073. he was president of which country? 2094. Wimbledon and United states tennis championships and the Olympic games? 2072. 2085. 2081. 2082. 2083. 2070. 2078. 2066. what was the colloquial British name for a German soldier. 2063. the equivalent of Britain’s 'Tommy'? 2074. A: Jerry Q: Who wanted Beethoven to "Roll Over' in 1956? A: Chuck Berry Q: Which sculptor created the famous work 'The Thinker'? A: Auguste Rodin Q: What nationality is the violinist. 2080. 2089. Q: What Olympic record did Jesse Owens hold for 25 years? A: Long jump Q: Which country is divided into 23 cantons? A: Switzerland Q: Which country is immediately to the south of Egypt? A: Sudan 2088. 2093. 2092. 2079. 2071. 2068. A: Democratic republic of Congo . 2069. for challenging Catholic Church doctrine? 2086. 2091. 2075. 2076.

2104. became the first US President to visit China? A: Richard Nixon Q: What is the book Glass's Guide a guide to? A: Used Car Prices Q: What was the nickname of Edward Prince of Wales. 2097. 2120. 2123. . A: The European flag. 2109. 2117. them? A: The Boer War Q: The locks on the Panama canal were designed so that which ship could steam through A: The Titanic Q: Which flag consists of 12 gold stars on an azure blue background? 2124. which is now called Brittany.2095. 2112. 2106. Q: During which war did British troops under General Sir Charles Warren capture Spion Kop in 1900? 2122. 2110. 2111.America? A: Bolivia and Paraguay Q: What is the name of the Moslems most sacred shrine in Mecca? A: Kaaba Q: What name is given to the immediate floor between ground and first floor level? A: Mezzanine Q: Why was Great Britain called Great Britain? A: To distinguish it from little Britain. 2101. 2125. 2118. Q: How many players are there on a Baseball Team? A: 9 Q: How many sides has a tetrahedron? A: 4 Q: What was the nationality of the composer Franz Schubert? A: Austrian Q: In which state of the USA is the city of Detroit? A: Michigan Q: Happy birthday sweet 16 and Breakin' up is hard to do were both hits for whom? A: Neil Sedaka Q: Husky was the code name for which WW 11 Invasion? A: Invasion of Sicily Q: What are the only 2 Landlocked countries of S. 2102. 1993. son of Edward III? A: The Black Prince 2096. 2108. 2107. 2119. 2098. in 1972. 2115. Q: Who. 2126. 2099. 2100. 2105. 2103. 2121. or Treaty of Maastricht. 2114. The European Union was established on November 1. was ratified by the 12 members of the European Community (EC) Q: Brent. Canada and Pink footed are all types of which creature? 2127. when the Treaty on European Union. 2113. 2116.

A: Geese Q: What does the B stand for in BMW? A: Bavarian or Bayerische Q: Which volcano caused the destruction of Pompeii? A: Vesuvius Q: Which animal is supposedly named after the aborigine for 'I don't know'? A: Kangaroo Q: What is the capital of Romania? A: Bucharest Q: What colour are albino animal's eyes? A: Pink 2130. 2159. what is the name of this channel? 2142. 2149. A: Heteronym Q: Formerly Dutch Guiana what is it now called? A: Suriname Q: The rock-group 'Satan's Jesters' later found fame with which name? A: The Rolling Stones Q: How many dots are there on a pair of dice? A: 42 Q: In Fiji. 2139. which people outnumber ethnic Fijians? A: Indians Q: What is the Italian name for Turin? A: Torino Q: What gender-bender name did rock star Vincent Furnier adopt? A: Alice Cooper 2150. 2136. 2129. 2158. 2132. 2156. 2138. 2154. 2131.2128. Q: What name is given to a word having the same spelling as another but a different sound and meaning? Eg Wind (moving air) and Wind (what you do to a clock)? 2148. 2146. 2135. 2134. 2145. 2143. 'Video Killed the Radio Star" by the Buggles. . 2147. Tenor. 2155. Q: Ironically. 2160. 2157. A: Altos 2141. Q: A Full choir is divided into 4 ranges of voices. was the 1st Video to be shown on this new cable channel on its Debut in the USA on the 1st Aug 1981. 2153. 2151. Sopranos and Basses are 3. 2152. 2137. A: MTV Q: Who was the first person to Captain and Manage a World Cup winning Football team? A: Franz Beckenbauer Q: What two colours are on a semaphore flag? A: Red and yellow 2144. 2133. what is the other? 2140.

2191. 2167. 2193. A: Hispaniola . 2175. Albert Schweitzer & Martin Luther King share? A: Nobel Peace Prize Q: Who had a 1963 hit with the song 'Take these chains from my heart'? A: Ray Charles Q: How many minutes of play are in an American football match? A: 60 Q: What sea does the Crimean Peninsular jut into? A: Black sea Q: Which gland is enlarged in the condition known as 'goitre'? A: Thyroid Q: Who was British Prime Minister when Japan surrendered in WWII? A: Clement Atlee Q: Calvados is a spirit made in France from what? A: Apples Q: Which number psalm begins. 2185. 2190. 2171. 2181. 2176. Q: Which 20th century leader introduced the custom of carrying a flaming torch from Athens to the site of each Olympic games? 2180. 2186. A: Adolf Hitler Q: Which girl's name literally means 'Jewess'? A: Judith Q: If you were a Lepidopterist. 2178. 2188. Yellow and Red 2184. 2172. 2182. 2177. what would your hobby be? A: Collecting Butterflies or moths Q: Mount Kosciusko is the highest mountain in which country? A: Australia Q: In an Indian restaurant. 2166. 2192. Q: What's the Caribbean Island called that contains the countries of Haiti and the Dominican Republic? 2194. 2174. 2164. 2169. 2168. 2173. 2183. 2187. 2179. 2189. 2165. 'The Lord is my Shepherd I shall not want'? A: 23 2162. what is the mildest sauce used? A: Korma Q: Who is the youngest ever winner of the World Heavyweight Boxing Championship? A: Mike Tyson Q: What 3 colours are the national flag of Belgium? A: Black. Q: What does the word dinosaur mean? A: Terrible lizard Q: What honour do Theodore Roosevelt.2161. 2170. 2163.

what was the name of Henry VIII's Lord Chancellor. A: Hasim Rahman Q: The name of which Jewish ceremony means 'Son of the Commandment'? . Q: In which 1958 film musical did Maurice Chevalier. who was executed for refusing to deny Papal authority? He was canonized in 1935. 2225. 2209. 2213. Q: What is the capital of the 'Seychelles'? A: Victoria Q: What was the official name for the military offensive against the Taliban? A: Operation Enduring Freedom 2196. 2204.2195. Bjorn Agnetha & Annifred Q: How many normal size wine bottles would you have in a methusulah? A: 8 Q: How is the Aurora Australis better known? A: The southern lights Q: Which family owns the American wrestling federation. 2217. Q: Who did Lennox Lewis lose the Heavyweight Championship to and then regain it from the same person? 2226. 2208. 2222. 2197. and 'I Remember it Well'? 2200. 2220. 2207. 2219. 2205. A: Sir Thomas More Q: Which Acker Bilk record was in the charts for 55 weeks? A: Stranger on the shore Q: What are the 4 first names of the artists in the pop group ABBA? A: Benny. 2212. 2216. 2201. 2223. Q: Born in London in 1478. 2206. 2198. the WWF? A: The MacMahons Q: If a liquid had a ph of 6 . A: Gigi Q: Which English Physicist discovered that white light is made up of many colours of light? A: Issac Newton Q: Who created the cartoon characters "The Simpsons"? A: Matt Groening Q: What in the USA is the name of the central bank? A: The Federal reserve Q: According to Shakespeare who stabbed Caesar 1st? A: Casca (Brutus 2nd) Q: What currency is used in Japan? A: Yen 2202. 2210. 2199. 2221. author of 'Utopia'. 2218. 2224.would it be Acid. 2211. 2203. 2227. 2215. sing 'Thank Heaven for Little Girls'. Alkali or Neutral? A: Acid 2214.

what does the Scoville Scale measure? A: The heat of chillies Q: What was the nickname of Manfred Von Richthofen? A: The Red Baron Q: In which country is the Corinth canal? A: Greece Q: What kind of acid is found in car batteries? A: Sulphuric Acid Q: Which fruit is most commonly eaten in a salad? A: Tomato Q: What is the name for a Japanese hostess trained to entertain men? A: Geisha Q: Which is the heaviest snake in the world? A: Anaconda .2228. 2254. 2256. 2231. 2245. 2257. the Retiarius would be armed with a net and which weapon? A: Trident 2230. A: Bar Mitzvah Q: In Gladiatorial combat. 2259. 2261. 2235. 2238. what does LAN stand for? 2242. A: Spain Q: According to the Germans. 2250. 2247. 2233. 2239. 2255. 2241. 2249. 2236. 2260. 2253. Q: In May 1984. 2248. 2258. 2246.11 metres? 2240. . how many teams have won the English Premiership? A: 4 Q: What does the ‘MP’ stand for in MP3 Player? A: Moving Pictures 2234.has been measured up to 500lb / 27ft 9ins length Q: Which golfer is nicknamed El Nino? A: Sergio Garcia Q: From which language does the word ketchup originate? A: Chinese Q: In computer terminology. 2251. 2252. who were the Ladies from Hell? A: Kilted Scottish soldiers (Highlanders) Q: As at March 2006. A: A haggis Q: Which Wimbledon court is known as “The Graveyard of Champions”? A: Court no 2 Q: In food. 2243. Alan Pettigrew of Loch Lomond gained the world record from throwing what item with a distance of 55. 2244. Q: Which country provided the opposition for Sven Goran Eriksson's 1st match as England manager? 2232. 2237. 2229.

2287. 2273. . Q: What colourless liquid used as an antiseptic and a bleach has the chemical formula H2O2? 2278. 2286. 2267. 2276. 2281. 2272. 2268. 2294. 2292. 2296. 2288. 2263. 2271. 2274. 2285. 2266. 2269. who was the Greek Goddess of Victory? A: Nike Q: How many points is a touchdown worth in American Football? A: 6 Q: By what name is solid carbon dioxide known? A: Dry Ice Q: What is God called by the Islamic or Muslim faith? A: Allah Q: By which name was Will Smith known when he released his first rap single? A: The Fresh Prince Q: In Europe when did the Channel Tunnel open? A: 1994 Q: What is the stretch of Spanish coast from Alicante to Valencia called? A: Costa Blanca Q: Which TV talk show host is a former Mayor of Cincinnati? A: Jerry Springer Q: What is the name of the mosque tower from which the muezzin calls people to prayer? A: Minaret 2280. 2277. from St Lucia Q: Which clergyman was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984? A: Desmond Tutu Q: Pokemon is short for what? A: Pocket Monster Q: What are the tiny air sacs in the lungs called? A: Alveoli 2264. 2275. 2282. 2289. 2283. 2265.2262. 2293. 2279. 2295. A: Local area network Q: Which scientific word relates to the structure of the human body? A: Anatomy Q: What name is given to the positive electrode of a battery? A: Anode Q: In which modern country would you locate the birthplace of Mohammed? A: Saudi Arabia Q: What kind of animal is a St Lucia Parrot? A: It's a Parrot. 2291. 2290. 2284. A: Hydrogen Peroxide Q: Lending her name to a famous brand. 2270.

2320. Canada stand? (Named in 1792 as the proposed capital of upper Canada) 2300. 2315. in turn. depends on the amount of iron in the body. A: Burka Q: Which unit of volume is equal to one cubic decimetre? A: Litre Q: Which metallic element is an essential constituent of haemoglobin? 2314.Cardinal = 1. 2316. 2325. 2313. 2324. this. A: The Thames 2301.2. The organism derives its store of iron by absorption from the gastrointestinal tract. Q: Which strong cheese. 2326. 2305. 2323. 2306. A: Frank Sinatra 2303. . Q: On what river does London in Ontario. A: Broadway 2311. Q: What is the method of training a horse to carry out a predetermined routine of specified movements called? 2298. A: Dressage 2299. Q: Which device controls an electric current by varying resistance to the current? A: Rheostat Q: In science what is the opposite of centrifugal force? A: Centripetal Q: Apart from white what colour appears on the Polish Flag? A: Red Q: What can be Cardinal or Ordinal? A: Numbers . 2318. A: Iron. Q: George Clooney played the role of Danny Ocean in the 2001 film Ocean's Eleven who played the title role in the original 1960 film? 2302. is named after a village in France? 2304. made from ewes milk and stored in caves. 2310. 2319. Q: Which New York Street gives its name to American commercial theatre in general? Specifically. located in the area between the Avenue of the Americas and Ninth Avenue and from West 41st Street to West 53d Street. To combine properly with oxygen. Q: What's the name of the one-piece garment covering everything that else that muslim women wear? 2312. third Q: What is the capital of the Falkland Islands? A: Port Stanley 2317.3 ordinal = first. the red blood cells must contain adequate haemoglobin.2297. 2321. 2308. 2307. 2309. 2322. second. A: Roquefort Q: How many players make up a rugby league team? A: 13 Q: What record did David Beckham set while playing for England in October 2005? A: He became the only English player ever to be sent off twice.

. 2336. 2351. 2349. 2345. 2355.2327. 2342. Q: Which gas. Q: Who were the defending champions at the 1966 World Cup? A: Brazil Q: What is the Russian Word for Citadel? A: Kremlin Q: Who seized power in Uganda in 1971? A: Idi Amin Q: What is the deepest Land Gorge in the World? A: The Grand Canyon Q: In which country is the dong used as currency? A: Vietnam Q: Who composed the Opera Carmen A: Bizet Q: Which Shakespeare play has a central character called 'Banquo'? A: Macbeth Q: Which TV cartoon character’s catchphrase was "Time for bed"? A: Zebedee Q: Who offered a New Deal to the American nation during the depression? A: Franklin D. A: Aerobics Q: The name of which personal accessory derives from the Latin word for 'little shade'? A: Umbrella 2352. 2343. Q: Had Charles Dempsey voted as instructed. 2358. was discovered by Sir Joseph Priestley in 1774? 2346. 2335. A: South Africa Q: What is the name given to the supporters of the Ferrari Formula I motor racing team? A: Tifosi Q: Who originally said: 'The ballot is stronger than the bullet'? A: Abraham Lincoln Q: Who did Bill Clinton defeat when he 1st became President? 2356. 2330. which he called 'dephlogisticated air'. 2341. 2331. A: Oxygen Q: What is a Laxton Superb? A: Apple 2348. 2332. 2339. 2334. 2338. 2353. 2337. 2359. 2329. 2357. 2340. which country would have won the vote to host the 2006 FIFA World Cup? 2354. Roosevelt 2328. 2347. 2333. 2344. Q: Exercises designed to increase oxygen consumption and speed blood circulation are called what? 2350.

2384. what is it more commonly called? A: Space Shuttle 2362. 2387. 2372. 2388. 2365. 2374. 2394. 2390. 2361. 2382. other than Degrees? A: Radian Q: What nationality was painter Salvador Dali? A: Spanish Q: What is the southern limit of the Tropics called? A: Tropic of Capricorn 2380. 2369. A: George Bush senior Q: Who bills himself as the 'Worlds greatest Boxing Promoter'? A: Don King Q: Which Food do Humans eat Most of? A: Rice Q: Illegitimate sons of popes who were called "nephews" was the origin of what word? A: Nepotism Q: What is the nickname of the basketball player Earvin Johnson? A: Magic Q: In the book of genesis how long did the creation take? A: 6 days Q: What is the capital of Uruguay? A: Montevideo Q: Which religion has festivals called Holi. 2383. 2375. 2366. 2368. 2376. 2371. Q: Who was Muhammed Ali's last opponent? A: Trevor Berbick (from Canada) Q: Who is the King of Spain? A: Juan Carlos Q: Which American company owns CNN broadcasting and 'People' magazine? A: AOL Time Warner Q: Which company now makes the Mini? A: BMW Q: Which sport takes place in a Velodrome? A: Cycling Q: How are angles measured. Q: Which insect is accredited as being responsible for transmitting the Plague in the Middle Ages? 2378. 2377. 2389. 2393. Rama Naumi and Ratha Yatra ? A: Hinduism Q: The 1st Re-usable space craft was called Columbia. 2381. 2367. 2370. 2391. 2392. 2373. 2363. A: Flea 2379. 2364.2360. 2385. 2386. .

and what is it named after? 2408. first used by the German army in September 1917. not? 2426.. 2405. A: Libra . Q: Which American building is the largest office building in the World with an area of around six and a half million square feet? 2402. Q: In which part of the body are the alveolar sacs? A: Lungs 2396. 2419. 2424. is better known as what type of gas? 2400. A: The Dalai Lama . 2413. Q: Yperite. 2422. 2415. Cup they are allowed triangular flags. 2409. A: The Pentagon Q: What famous person has the real name of Eldrick Woods? A: Tiger Woods Q: Which three South American countries does the Equator cross? A: Brazil. 2417. 2411.spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism 2399. 2418. . but when I'm bad I'm better'? A: Mae West Q: What is the world's most Southerly capital? A: Wellington (New Zealand) Q: Which sea has shores in Europe. 2416. 2397. 2414. Colombia and Ecuador 2406. A.. 2404.named after the scales Q: What is the Chemical Symbol for Copper A: Cu Q: Which actor was Madonna married to between 1985 and 1989? A: Sean Penn Q: What is the capital of the American state of Colorado? A: Denver Q: Which politcal party did American President Bill Clinton represent? A: Democratic Party Q: What type of sauce is traditionally served with pork? A: Apple Q: Which actress said. 2407. Asia and Africa? A: Mediterranean Q: Why are some soccer teams in England allowed triangular corner flags while others are A: If they have won the F. 'When I'm good I'm very good. 2421. 2420. Q: What is the only sign of the zodiac not named after a living creature. 2425. 2410. 2423. Q: Whose successor is a baby born at the precise moment of the previous titleholder's death? 2398. A: Mustard Gas 2401. 2412.2395. 2403.

2446. 2449.2427. 2454. 2452. Q: By what name was the serial killer Albert DeSalvo. 2451. Portos and Aramis Q: Who designed the first modern petrol-driven internal combustion engine for the car? A: Gottlieb Daimler Q: Which two boxers were involved in the 'Rumble In The Jungle' world title fight in 1974? A: Muhammad Ali and George Foreman 2442.. 'Clear And Present Danger' and 'The Hunt For Red October'? 2432. A: Tom Clancy Q: In which city did gangster Al Capone operate? A: Chicago Q: What did the Celtic football team only start to wear in 1994? A: Numbers on the backs of their shirts. Previously they were only on their shorts. Q: Which superhero takes pictures of himself in action and sells them to the Daily Bugle? A: Spiderman 2434. Q: What are the first three words in the Bible? A: In The Beginning Q: Which painter said. 2433. better known? 2440. which it hadn't had before? A: A belly-button Q: What are the names of the three musketeers? A: Athos. A: The Boston Strangler Q: Who was the first person pictured on a British postage stamp? A: Queen Victoria Q: Nicknamed the 'Black Panther'. mad'? 2430. 2453. 2439. 2438. 2455. Q: What was the name of the Volkswagen Beetle which made its first appearance in 'The Love Bug'? 2456. 2447. Q: Which author wrote 'Patriot Games'. 2443. 2445. 2437. A: Herbie Q: What was Manchester United football club's original name? A: Newton Heath 2458. 2429. 2435. 2441. 2448. 2436.. . who killed 13 women between 1962 and 1964. 2450. 2431. 'The only difference between me and a madman is that I'm not A: Pablo Picasso 2428. 2444. who was the top scorer in the 1966 World Cup finals? A: Eusebio (Portugal) Q: Where in the body would you find the hallux? A: On your foot (it's your big toe) Q: What did the Barbie Doll get in 2000. 2457.

2471. 2482. which. A: Ivan Lendl Q: What is the name of the young hero in 'Treasure Island'? A: Jim Hawkins Q: What is the most popular sport to feature in films? A: Boxing Q: Which war’s 1st Land Battle was at Goose Green? A: Falklands Q: All Time High by Rita Coolidge was the theme tune to which Bond film? A: Octopussy 2480. including the US Open. 2464. 2469. Q: Who won 94 singles titles. 2486. 2468. then 23-year-old French fashion designer held his first major Paris show in 1958? 2488. A: Yves St. 2485. 2481. 2479. 2474. 2489. 2477. Q: Apart from Rangers and Celtic which team last won the Scottish league? 2490. 2476. 2487. 2491. Laurent Q: How did Cleopatra die? A: She was bitten by an asp. 2470.2459. French Open and Australian Open titles in the 1980s. . but never won at Wimbledon? 2478. 1950s and 1960s. 2484. 2475. 2467. 2465. Q: What was the name of the dog in Peter Pan? A: Nana Q: What is the third letter of the Greek alphabet? A: Gamma Q: What is an Ishihara test used for? A: To determine whether or not someone is colour blind Q: What is the most common blood type in humans? A: O Q: In which 1994 film did Whoopi Goldberg provide the voice of a hyena called Shenzi? A: The Lion King Q: From which animal do we get Cashmere wool? A: Goat 2466. Bridget Hitler was the Irish born wife of his elder half brother Alois. 2463. 2473. what type of film earned the most money at the box office? 2460. Q: Hailed as Dior's successor. 2472. A: In New York City for British War relief. Q: In each of the three decades of the 1940s. A: A Walt Disney cartoon? Q: Which famous race takes place annually between Putney and Mortlake? A: The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race Q: Where did Adolf Hitler’s sister in law work during the Second World War? 2462. 2461. 2483.

who's missing? A: Scooby Doo Q: In computer terminology how many bytes in a kilobyte? A: 1024 Q: What is the capital of Hungary? A: Budapest Q: Which Cosmonaut was called the 'Columbus of the Cosmos'? A: Yuri Gagarin Q: In Greek legend. 2513. 2497. 2496.The largest pyramid is the Huaca del Sol. Fred. 2505. built by the Moche. A: Wardrobe Q: In which US state is the city of Chicago? A: Illinois Q: Which is the world's longest mountain range? A: Andes Q: Which city was the capital of Brazil prior to the creation of Brasilia? A: Rio de Janeiro Q: What unique Olympic sporting record is held by Eddie Eagen of the USA? A: Won medals at both Summer and Winter Olympics Q: The winner of which sporting event is awarded the 'Venus Rose Water Dish'? 2518. 2508. 2515. the Witch and the what? 2516. 2504. 2495. 2519. 2493. 2498. who fulfilled the prophecy of killing his father and marrying his mother? A: Oedipus Q: What's the main ingredient of Lyonnaise? A: Onion Q: In which Country is the World's largest Pyramid? 2494. 2509. 2510. Q: In children's literature. 2521. 2511. 'The lion. 2522. . 2520. 2514.2492. 2523. 2506. 2500. A: Aberdeen 1985 Q: Who was the first person to see the resurrected Christ? A: Mary Magdalene Q: How many squares are on a scrabble board? A: 125 Q: Shaggy. 2503. 2524. 2525. 2499. 2507. 2502. Q: What is the maximum number of players on court in one basketball team? A: 5 Q: How many strings are there on a Cello? A: 4 2512. Velma and Daphne. 2501. A: Peru. 2517. Northern Peru. complete the title of the story by CS Lewis. in the Moche Valley.

one was in London the other in where? A: Philadelphia Q: What is the motto of the SAS? A: Who Dares Wins Q: Who was the first singer to get 5 Top Ten hits from 1 album? A: Michael Jackson . 2530. 2549. 2534. which country did they beat to win it the 1st A: Sweden 1958 Q: What is the capital city of Lebanon? A: Beirut 2528. . 2541.2526. 2532. allegedly because it was too 'Offensive' what was it? 2542. 2533. 2529. 2543. 2536. 2527. A: Victoria Beckham Q: In which city is the San Siro stadium? A: Milan Q: Which WWII leader was executed and then exhibited by his own people? A: Mussolini Q: How many pairs of chromosomes do humans have? A: 23 Q: Of which conflict was the Schlieffen Plan a vital component? A: WWI Q: What was Hollywood's 1st talking movie? A: Jazz singer Q: What was the 1st Plastic ever made? A: Bakerlite 2548. A: Ladies Singles at Wimbledon Q: The Germans call this person Burgomaster. 2547. 2557.Thriller Q: What sort of creature is a Falabella? A: Horse Q: Brazil have won the World Cup most times. What do we call him/her? A: Mayor Q: The live aid concerts. 2554. Q: The name of the Operation against Terrorism was dropped. 2539. 2556. A: Infinite Justice Q: What colour Traffic Light follows amber? A: Red 2544. 2531. 2555. 2535. it's got some good pictures in it? 2546. time? 2538. 2540. 2558. 2553. 2551. 2537. Q: Who said of her husband's autobiography published in 2000: I've read it from cover to cover. 2550. 2545. 2552.

2582. 2586. 2577.2559. 2581. 2569. 2592. 2576. 2583. 2580. 2565. A: Halifax . 2562. 2578. 2593. 2563. 2585. 2564. 2575. 2591. 2579. 2574. 2566. 2571. 2561. 2570. 2587. Domingo Q: Who killed who in 1963 in what is generally regarded as the first live televised murder? A: Jack Ruby killed Lee Harvey Oswald Q: In what year did the Japanese bomb Pearl Harbour? A: 1941 Q: In which city is Marco Polo airport? A: Venice Q: Who wrote 'The Importance Of Being Earnest'? A: Oscar Wilde Q: What was left in Pandora's box after she released misery and evil? A: Hope Q: Which two cities are referred to in the title of Charles Dickens' 'Tale Of Two Cities'? A: London and Paris Q: Why was Louise Brown famous in 1978? A: She was the first test-tube baby Q: What is the largest island in the Caribbean? A: Cuba Q: What is the tallest and thickest type of grass? A: Bamboo Q: What famous building did John Nash rebuild in 1825? A: Buckingham Palace Q: Who was the first American President to resign from office? A: Richard Nixon Q: What is Mulder's first name in 'The X-Files'? A: Fox Q: Who composed the opera 'The Barber Of Seville'? A: Rossini 2560. Carreras. Q: What is the capital of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia and also a town in Northern England? 2594. 2584. 2589. Q: What is the computer term Bit short for? A: Binary Digit Q: What is the worlds tallest growing Grass? A: Bamboo Q: What name is usually given to the cowboys of the pampas of South America? A: Gauchos Q: What are the surnames of the Three Tenors? A: Pavarotti. 2588. 2590. 2567. 2573. 2572. 2568.

Tungsten melts at about 3410° C (6170° F) and boils at about 5660° C (10. Q: After German flying ace Manfred von Richthofen was killed in WWI. 2619.6 Fahrenheit) Q: What were the first names of the three Bronte sisters? A: Anne. Mary I and Elizabeth I Q: The Italian word for 'scratched drawings' is commonly used in English.. 2607. 2617. 2599. 2609. 2597. what is the normal body temperature of humans? A: 37. Q: How many of Henry VIII’s children sat on the British throne? A: 3 . 'A horse. My kingdom for a horse'? A: Richard III Q: What was the first Australian city to host the Olympic games? A: Melbourne Q: In degrees centigrade.2595. 2601. a horse.220° F) Q: Tenerife is part of which island group? A: Canary Islands Q: What did Hyman Lipman do in 1958 that made life easier for students? A: Put a rubber on the end of a pencil. 2623. she walks into mine' . 2615. 2621. (98. A: 3000 centigrade or 5400 Fahrenheit. Q: What is name of the stretch of water that divides New Zealand into Northern and Southern parts? 2610. 2606. 2627. Charlotte and Emily 2596. 2600. . A: Cook Strait Q: What day is the middle day of the year in non leap years? A: July 2 Q: How hot is the (tungsten) filament in a normal (incandescent) electric light bulb? 2612. 2611. 2625. A: Herman Goerring Q: What percentage of whole milk is water? A: 87 2622.Edward VI.. 2613. 2618. 2605. 2603. A: Casablanca Q: What is a high altitude treeless region subject to permafrost known as? A: Tundra Q: How many hurdles in a 110m and 400m race? 2626. 2616. 2602. What is it? A: Graffiti Q: In a standard pack of playing cards what do the queens hold in their hands? A: Flowers Q: Which Shakespearian character said.What movie is that line from? 2624. 2598. 2608. 2604. Q: 'Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world. 2614. who became commander of his 'flying circus' fighter squadron? 2620.

. A: Tango and Foxtrot Q: What is a Distillate of unmalted grain infused with juniper called? A: Gin Q: What is the official diameter of the centre circle on a soccer pitch? A: 20 yards Q: In Roald Dahl’s children’s book BFG. 2634. 2640. Beta. 2657. 2639. 2642. 2651. 2648. 2641. first send into space? A: Chimpanzee Q: Who vows: 'In brightest day in blackest night no evil shall escape my sight'? A: The Green Lantern Q: What giant car company almost went out of business in 1981? A: Chrysler Q: What is the unchanging position in which forces cancel each other out? A: Equilibrium Q: What major European country does not belong to the UN? A: Switzerland Q: Who was don Diego de la Vega? A: Zorro 2630. 2658. Q: What is the capital of Australia? A: Canberra Q: Where are the pyramids of Malpighi and the pyramids of Ferrein? A: In the kidneys Q: Lusitania was the Roman name for what country? A: Portugal Q: A person knowledgeable or skilled in a wide range of fields is often called a what? A: Renaissance man Q: What kind of animal named 'Ham' did the U. 2646.2628. 2655. 2636. what does BFG stand for? A: Big Friendly Giant Q: Who said 'I believe it is Peace for our time'? A: Neville Chamberlain Q: In which town in 1914 was an archduke assassinated? A: Sarajevo Q: What Japanese word means 'divine wind'? A: Kamikaze 2652. 2643. 2660. 2631. Charlie? 2650. 2659. 2649. 2653. 2637. 2661. 2644. 2647. 2662. 2645. 2629. 2633.S. 2632. 2635. 2654. 2638. 2656. A: There are 10 in both of them. Q: What 2 dances are used in the radio communications alphabet that starts Alpha.

what is the woman's equivalent of the Davis Cup? A: Federation Cup Q: What nationality was the famous artist Rembrandt? A: Dutch Q: On what street in London is the Bank of England situated? A: Threadneedle Street Q: The mountain range called the Southern Alps lies in which country? A: New Zealand Q: What did Martin Stone invent in 1888 that millions of suckers use every day? A: Drinking Straw Q: What is the usual main meat ingredient of Shish Kebab? A: Lamb Q: What is the capital of Jamaica? A: Kingston Q: What foodstuff has the classifications of White.W. 2687. 2693. 2686. 2679. 2674. 2669. . 2697. 2671. 2684. 2665. 2670. 2685. 2677. 2695. 2692. 2689. Amber& Dark? A: Honey Q: How is William Blyth IV better Known? A: Bill Clinton Q: In which country is the town of Casablanca? A: Morocco Q: What form of hunting is regulated by the I. 2683. 2691. 2682. Q: Which American family live at 742 Evergreen Terrace? A: The Simpsons Q: In which organ of the body is the Aqueous Humour found? A: The eye Q: In tennis. 2681. 2667.? A: Whaling Q: Which desert occupies a large area of Botswana? A: Kalahari Q: The Pasedena Rose Bowl hosted which famous event in 1994? A: World Cup Final Q: Which country was the first to use rockets in warfare? A: China Q: How many rounds are there in an amateur boxing match? A: 3 Q: Which bone in the human body is most frequently broken? 2664.C. 2676. 2668. Golden. 2678. 2666. 2673. 2694. 2688. 2675. 2696. 2672. 2680.2663. 2690.

2720. 2729. 2723. 2711. Q: What name is given to Meat. 2731. 2706. 2719. 2716. who had eight top-ten hits in the 1980's? 2700. A: Collar bone 2699. Budapest & Belgrade? A: Danube Q: In what year did Elvis die? 2730. 2710. . 2712. 2708. 2715. 2726. A: Norwegian Q: How many prime ministers have served under the present queen? A: 10 Q: To which country do the Galapagos Islands belong? A: Ecuador Q: What is the name of the large diamond found in the Queen's Sceptre? A: (Great) Star of Africa or Cullinan 1 Q: Which company opened the first Burger Restaurant in Britain in 1954? A: Wimpy Q: What fruit is also known as a Chinese Gooseberry? A: Kiwi fruit Q: What gas poisons you when you commit suicide by breathing car exhaust fumes? A: Carbon Monoxide Q: Who was the first footballer to be knighted? A: Sir Stanley Mathews Q: In Geometry which term is applied to 2 triangles having both the same shape and size? A: Congruent triangles Q: What is the name of the USA's national rail network? A: AMTRAC Q: What is beef fillet cooked in puff pastry called? A: Beef Wellington Q: Which Valley is the lowest point in the USA? A: Death Valley Q: What nationality was George Bernard Shaw? A: Irish Q: In Rudyard Kiplings 'Jungle Book' what was the name of the black panther? A: Baghera 2702. which is prepared according to instructions in the Koran for Muslims.2698. Q: What was the nationality of the pop group A-Ha. 2707. 2718. by slitting the throats of animals? 2728. 2724. 2717. 2713. 2722. 2714. 2709. 2703. 2701. 2705. 2725. 2727. A: Halal Q: What river flows through Vienna. 2721. 2704.

2757. 2736. Q: Haiti was the second country in the Americas to achieve freedom from colonial rule. 2751. 2746. 2739. 2763. 2740. K. some call it Chomolunga. A: United States of America 2749. Rowling's name? (Harry Potter). 2735. 2765. 2741. 2742. 2745. 2766. Q: Which mammal has the largest eyes in proportion to its overall size? A: The domestic cat Q: Which 1959 film won 11 Oscars? A: Ben Hur Q: Who invented the ball-point pen? A: Laszlo and George Biro. 2738. 2753. 2759. 2744. 2762. 2758.? A: Mount Everest Q: In which country was Arnold Swarzenegger born? A: Austria Q: In the 1990 film 'The Hunt For Red October'. Q: Who was Britain's first million pound footballer? A: Trevor Francis Q: Some call it Sagarmatha. 2755. what do we call it. 2764.. what was the first? 2748.2732. A: Joanne Q: What do the initials 'MG' stand for on the British made car? A: Morris Garage 2750. 2752. 2747. 2733. . A: 1977 Q: Which is the fourth-nearest planet to the sun? A: Mars Q: What happened to the parents of Batman's sidekick Robin (Dick Grayson)? A: They died in a trapeze accident. 2737. what would we most likely call it? A: A swastika Q: Who wrote Alice's adventures in wonderland? A: Lewis Carroll Q: Where were the 2006 Winter Olympics held? A: Turin 2734.. 2760. 2743. 2754. 2756. who or what is Red October? A: A submarine Q: What does the 'J' stand for in author J. they were circus performers Q: In which 1988 film would you find a villain called Hans Gruber? A: Die Hard Q: What nations symbol is an eagle perched on a cactus with a writhing snake in its beak? A: Mexico Q: If we saw the emblem known as a fylfot. 2761.

2792. 2785. 2797. banana oil is a synthetic compound.2767. 2773. 2791. Q: How is the sport of tauromancy better known? A: Bull Fighting Q: Pocahontas was buried alongside which river? A: Thames Q: What is the first name of Sherlock Holme's Dr. 2769. 2799. Q: Walter Fredrick Morrison sold the rights to his 'Pluto Platter' in 1955. 2778. 2786. tenor? 2776. Watson? A: John Q: How many lines are there in a sonnet? A: 14 2772. Q: What do you call a phrase that combines 2 contradictory words such as jumbo shrimp. 2782. 2777. 2780. 2787. 2790. 2783. 2788. 2794. 2784. 2774. 2793. 2775. 2771. 2796. A: Frisbee Q: In 'Star Trek'. Q: What part of the banana is used to make banana oil? A: None. Spock's blood? A: Green Q: If you were eating escargots in a (French) restaurant what would you be eating? A: Snails Q: What did opera great Luciano Pavarotti do for a living before he became a professional A: He was a school teacher and later an insurance salesman. 2795. 2798. Q: What is the capital of Denmark? A: Copenhagen Q: What is a diadromous fish? A: One that can exist in both fresh and salt water. 2789. pretty ugly or unbiased opinion? . but under what name did this toy become popular? 2770. Q: What is the native country of Agatha Christie's detective Hercule Poirot? A: Belgium Q: Where in the body would you find the cochlea and the stirrup? A: Ear Q: In which country was the Audi car first made? A: Germany Q: How much time did Jonah spend in the belly of the whale? A: 3 days and 3 nights. what colour is Mr. Q: What was Michelangelo's first name? A: Michelangelo 2768. 2779. 2781.

2823. 2829. 2810. is the largest producer of tyres in France and is now involved in Formula One racing? 2804. Q: Which company based in Clemont-Ferrand. A: Michelin. 2824. Jersey Royal and Maris Piper are different varieties of what type of food? A: Potato Q: What is the Latin name for the constellation that is commonly known as the Great Bear? A: Ursa Major Q: What is graphology the study of? A: Handwriting Q: In July 2002. A: Christopher Columbus. 2828. Larger notes were discontinued in 1969. Steve Fossett hit the news when he became the first person to do what? A: Fly solo around the world in a balloon 2822. 2813. Germany and Belgium Q: If you weigh 154 pounds in America. 2808. how many stones is that in England? A: 11 Q: What is a bicorn? A: A crescent shaped hat as worn by Napoleon Q: What is the basic monetary unit of Venezuela? A: The Bolivar. 2825. 2814. A: Anti-coagulants Q: The body of the Egyptian Sphinx was based on which animal? A: Lion Q: Who made his first major voyage of discovery in 1492? 2818. leeches and mosquitos that prevents clotting? 2816. 2821. 2806. 2830. He renamed it San Salvador. 2803. Q: Which three countries does Luxembourg border? A: France. 2807. Q: What are the substances in the saliva of vampire bats. . A: Oxymoron Q: What metal reacts to acetic acid by forming verdigris? A: Copper 2802. 2801. 2815. 2827.2800. Spain. 2805. Q: What is the longest river in the UK? A: Severn Q: From which American state does the drink Jack Daniels come? A: Tennessee Q: King Edward. 2817. 2812. 1492. 2809. 2811. 2832. The fleet sailed from Palos. and landed on Guanahaní island in the Bahamas on October 12. Q: Which is the largest denomination dollar bill issued in the USA? A: $100. 2831. on August 3. 2819. 2820. 2826.

2860. 2857. 2835. 2854.he bet a friend he could introduce a new word to the english language within 24 hours and won. 2841. also used in the English language. Q: Dublin theater manager John Daly was credited with inventing and introducing what word into the English language during the late 18th century. Q: How old is a quadragenarian? A: 40 Q: Which politician first said. 2853. 2855. 2849.2833. 2843. and grapefruit? A: Citric Acid Q: There are 6 fields of endeavour for which Nobel prizes are awarded.. Q: The book 'The Satanic Verses' by Salman Rushdie caused controversy after it was claimed it was blasphemous against which religion? 2838. means 'empty orchestra'? A: Karaoke 2848. by scrawling it in bathrooms and other public places? 2844. 2845. Q: What is the only letter of the alphabet which does not appear in any of the names of the 50 American states? 2856. 2847.. 2837. limes. It was Rio de Janeiro until 1960. A: Q Q: Who played the Sundance Kid in the 1969 film 'Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid'? A: Robert Redford Q: What is the capital of Brazil? A: Brasilia. 'A week is a long time in politics'? A: Harold Wilson 2834. 2858. A: Real Madrid Q: What are the names given to the pits in the skin from which hairs grow out of? A: Follicles Q: As in the famous song 'Girl From Ipanema'. Q: Which British city has an underground railway system which is nicknamed 'The Clockwork Orange'? 2840. 2861. 2852. Q: What type of acid is extracted from the juice of lemons. 2850. 2859. A: Glasgow Q: In which sport would you go to a basho? A: Sumo Wrestling 2842. oranges. 2851. 2836. . A: Quiz . Q: Leeds United’s football strip changed from blue and gold (to all white) in 1961 after manager Don Revie wanted to model them on which team? 2846. A: Islam 2839. in which country is Ipanema? A: Brazil Q: What colour is the centre scoring zone on an archery target? A: Gold Q: Which Japanese word. 2862. 2863. Name 3 of them.

2869. 2873. 2865. are examples of what group of Gases? A: (Noble (Inert) gases) krypton. 2897. A: Physics. Q: Why did the BBC play the opening bars of Beethoven's 5th symphony in all of its broadcasts to Europe during WWII? 2870. 2866. 2885. 2871. 2887. 2891. 2888. . Q: What game is played on an area measuring 9 feet by 5 feet? A: Table Tennis Q: Who toppled Fulgecio Batista from power in 1959? A: Fidel Castro 2872. 2886. Argon and Helium. 2889. 2880. Q: Which South American country's name which means 'place where the land ends' is more that ten times as long as it is wide? 2876.2864. A: Because its opening is the same as the Morse code for the letter V (for victory). peace and economic science Q: By what name was Nobel peace prize winner Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu better known? A: Mother Theresa Q: If you climbed up the Euromast which is in the Europort. 2874. 2895. 2890. 2875. 2879. literature. 2877. A: Chile Q: What is the only sequel to ever win the oscar for best picture? A: Godfather 2 Q: Hydrolysis is the reaction of a chemical compound with which liquid? A: Water Q: Neon . chemistry. 2867. Q: What is the longest river in Asia? A: The Yangtze Q: Which company sponsors both Manchester United and the England Cricket team? A: Vodafone Q: Why is the Funny bone so called? A: Because it's the Humerous Q: Who won the first football who world cup in 1930? A: Uruguay Q: Which European country produces the most wine? A: Italy Q: What historical event was described as 'the nearest run thing you ever saw in your Life'? A: Battle of Waterloo Q: Americans generally refer to it as a Weenie. 2893. xenon. 2896. medicine or physiology. 2868. Q: What name is given to a Hill in the centre of any Greek City? 2878. 2883. and radon are the other 3. which city would you be in? A: Rotterdam in the Netherlands. 2892. 2881. 2882. 2884. 2894. What do we call it? A: A hot dog.

2917. Air. 2909. 2911. 2925. 2922. 2914. Q: In medieval England. 2927. 2904. 2906. murage was a tax levied for the upkeep of what? A: Town Walls Q: Who was killed at San Marino in May 1994? A: Ayrton Senna Q: What are the surnames of Romeo and Juliette? (either one will do). Q: If you went through the Simplon tunnel in Europe. 2929. 2921. 2912. 2903. Q: Name the school of Hindu philosophy which utilises various physical and contemplative techniques designed to free the superior conscious element in a person from involvement with the inferior material world? 2900.2898. 2920. 2923. A: Romeo Montague. 2916. 2919. 2930. A: Acropolis 2899. 2910. why are the Navy SEALs so named? A: They can work on Sea. A: Switzerland and Italy Q: In the US Military. 2908. 2901. Land Q: Which two American states have both North and South prefixes? A: Carolina and Dakota 2928. A: Yoga Q: New York stands on which river? A: Hudson Q: What is a cross between a Female Horse and a Male Ass called? A: A mule. 2905. . 2907. 2915. between which 2 countries would you be travelling? 2926. 2918. 2924. Juliette Capulet Q: What is the name of the famous art gallery in Madrid? A: The Prado Q: Who succeeded Stalin as Communist Party leader? A: Nikita Khrushchev Q: What is the subject of speciality publishing company Haynes? A: Car manuals Q: Which mountain overlooks Rio de Janeiro? A: Sugar Loaf Mountain Q: Which country was divided by the 38th parallel after World War II? A: Korea Q: In which British city was Titanic built? A: Belfast Q: In which country did Crown Prince Dipendra shoot his mother and father dead in 2001? A: Nepal 2902. 2913.

What is it? 2952. 2946. 2947.H what does ‘I’ stand for? A: Imperial Q: How many astronauts walked on the moon during each Apollo moon-landing? A: 2 Q: What does “C” represent in the equation E = MC squared? A: The speed of light Q: What country banned Donald duck comics because he doesn't wear pants? A: Finland 2938. and Silence of the Q: What is the colour of the cross on the flag of Greece? A: White Q: What is the most common pub name in the UK? A: The Red Lion 2960. 2958. 2949. 2951. 2957. 2956. What is this process called? 2936. The deer hunter. 2948. 2935. Q: Which band provided the soundtrack music for the film 'Flash Gordon'? A: Queen Q: Who was the head of the south African 'truth and reconciliation commission'? A: Desmond Tutu 2932. . 2943. 2934. Q: There were 4 films that won best picture Oscar that had an animal in their name. 2945. A: Vulcanisation Q: In which country do soldiers wear a kilt known as a fustanella? A: Greece Q: What name is given to a thin Mexican pancake? A: Tortilla Q: Love apple is an old fashioned name for what? A: Tomato Q: In the Royal address H. Dances with wolves. A: One flew over the cuckoo's nest. Q: A treatment of rubber which strengthens it and gives it greater elasticity is named after the roman god of fire. 2940. 2955.2931. 2937. 2942. 2933. 2962. 2961. A: 7 miles per second. 2939. lambs 2959. 2944. Give me 2 of them. 2950. Q: Where are the highest tides in the world? A: South Eastern Canada Q: What was the medical specialty of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle? A: Ophthalmology 2954.I. Their speed of departure has proven to be the earth's escape velocity. 2953. 2941. Q: In Jules Verne's "from Earth to the Moon" 3 men are blasted to the moon by cannon.

. 2994. 2993. Q: What was the name of the Japanese virtual pets that became very popular throughout the world in 1997? 2970. AB and O 2972. 2979. 2984. 2992. 2965. 2977. 2971. 2988. 2989.S. B. A: Tamagotchi Q: What are the main four blood groups? A: A. 2975. Q: Which English football team has won the European Cup more times than they have won their own domestic league? 2964. A: Murder on the Orient Express Q: How many teeth are usually found in a set of temporary or 'baby' human teeth? A: 20 Q: What was the first country to issue postage stamps? A: Great Britain Q: 'Buenos dias' is a greeting in which language? A: Spanish Q: What were the Christian names of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde? A: Henry (Jekyll) and Edward (Hyde) Q: After the U. 2986. Q: What is Britain's largest lake? A: Loch Lomond 2976. 2968. 2978. 2969. A: Flanders Q: How did singer Sting get his nickname? A: From a black and yellow striped top he often wore (like a bee). 2990. Q: What is the name of the Dutch speaking northern region of Belgium containing approximately half of the country's population? 2974. 2973. 2995.A. Q: Under what title do we know the book that was originally published as 'Murder in the Calais coach'? 2980. A: Nottingham Forest Q: If you were in Molokai. 2985. which country has the second longest road network in the world? A: India Q: What song was the Christmas number one in the UK in both 1975 and 1991? A: 'Bohemian Rhapsody' (by Queen) Q: What is the second lightest chemical element? A: Helium Q: What is the only member of the cat family that does not have retractable claws? 2982. in which country would you be? A: The United States (It’s in Hawaii) Q: What family are elephants. 2981. 2987. 2983. 2991. 2967.2963. rhinoceroses and hippopotamuses all members of? A: Pachyderm 2966.

3014. 3021. 3013. the end of the world according to Mediterranean cultures. What is the other one? 3002. 3027. 3009. 3008. 2999. Q: What famous author wrote under the names Thomas Jefferson Sondgrass. 3022. 3017. 3001. A: Botswana 3005. 3003. 3026. 3016. 3018. Sergeant Fathom and W. before switching to the name with which he gained fame? 3006. A: Cheetah Q: What musical masterpiece commemorates a battle fought at a place called Borodino? A: The 1812 overture Q: Which African country has the highest population? A: Nigeria 2998. 3020. Q: In which country is water considered so precious that it gives the name to its currency: (the Pula?) 3004. 3010. . 3011. A: Samuel Clemens or Mark Twain Q: Who fired the arrow that hit Achilles in the heel? A: Paris Q: Which TV secret agent’s real name was Paul Metcalfe? A: Captain Scarlett Q: What does CNN stand for on the TV or Internet? A: Cable News Network Q: Which language has the most words? A: English Q: Which 1974 sequel won six Oscars? A: The Godfather: Part 2 Q: What modern country does the ancient land of Babylon lie in? A: Iraq Q: What continent have the oldest fossils been found on? A: Africa Q: What flavor of ice cream is eaten the most? A: Vanilla Q: What line of latitude divides much of Canada from the U. 3000.2996. 3024. 3007. A: Jebel Tarik. Q: Jebel Musa (ancient Abila) in Ceuta North West Africa is acknowledged to be one of the Pillars of Hercules. 3028. 3012. 3023.S. 3015. 2997. 3025. (ancient Calpe) otherwise known as Gibraltar.? A: 49th Q: What art form is known as xylography? A: Wood engraving Q: What is the more common name for Ethylene Glycol? A: Antifreeze. 3019. Paminondas Adrastus Blab.

3029. Q: What is the name of the Northern most region of the Indian Subcontinent. 3050. 3038. 3036. 3060. 3058. 3043. 3039. A: The Beatle’s first appearance on the Ed Sullivan show. Q: For what event in February 1964. 3041. . 3035.how was he better known? A: Lenin Q: Which rock group released the best selling album. 3037. but man has the longest – A: Life span Q: Where in the body would you find the labyrinth? A: In the ear Q: Which Country used to be called Mesopotamia? A: Iraq 3032. 3056. 3054. the scene of intermittent fighting between Pakistan and India? 3046. 'Brothers in Arms'? A: Dire Straits Q: Denver is the capital of which US state? 3048. 3045. 3047. 3055. 3059. 3042. 3034. 3049. what? 3040. 3052. 3031. 3057. A: Kashmir Q: The Dutch East Indies (or Netherlands Indies) is now called what? A: Indonesia (unofficially since 1945 and officially since 1949) Q: What is Victoria Beckham's maiden name? A: Adams Q: What normally is the maximum period a British parliament can serve between elections? A: 5 years Q: In the USA the senate is called the upper house what is the lower house called? A: House of representatives Q: Which country's parliament is called the Knesset? A: Israel Q: Vladimir Ulyanov was a famous Russian . 3033. Q: How many active volcanoes are there on Earth? A: About 600 Q: What's a cat that's coloured black. Q: What famous structure in Greek mythology was built by a man named Epeius? A: The Trojan horse Q: In Mammals. 3061. 3044. orange and cream called? A: Tortoise shell Q: What eventually killed the old lady who swallowed a fly? A: There was an old lady who swallowed a horse – she’s DEAD of course. the Asian Elephant has the second longest. 3051. did Billy Graham break his strict rule against watching TV on Sunday? 3030. 3053.

3067. Q: How is the mountain Godwin Austin. Q: Merseyside football teams failed to win the First Division championship only twice in the 1980's . 3085.American Football Q: In mobile phone technology. A: Joe Frazier Q: In which country would you find the Military Prison Camp Delta? A: Cuba Q: What's another name for a Cougar or Mountain lion? A: Puma 3070. the second highest mountain in the world now known? 3080. what does S.S. 3083. 3071. 3063. 3069. Q: What was the name of the outlaw played by Clint Eastwood in his 1976 film that he directed himself? 3074. A: Colorado Q: What was destroyed at Bamiyan on the orders of the Taliban in 2001? A: Statues of Buddha Q: Which is the only US state to start with the letter "H"? A: Hawaii 3064. 3091. A: Josey Wales 3075. A: K2 Q: Vince The Lombardi Trophy is given to the team winning which competition? A: Superbowl . 3088. 3081. Q: From the Greek for 'sacred carving' what name is given to the form of writing in which picture symbols are used to represent ideas and sounds? 3090. A: Arsenal or Aston Villa Q: What is the modern day name of the country ruled by the Queen of Sheba? A: Yemen 3078. 3073. stand for? A: Short Messaging Service Q: Which of the Apollo space missions was the first to land on the moon? A: Appollo 11 Q: Where might you expect to see a 'Gatso' camera? A: By the side of the road . .they are speed cameras! 3082.3062. 3093. 3079. 3076. 3087. 3086. Q: Which boxer was the first to win the Olympic heavyweight title and then go on to win the World Heavyweight title? 3068. 3084. 3066.M.name either team to win it on these two occasions. A: Hieroglyphics Q: Which newspaper exposed the Watergate Cover up? A: Washington Post Q: Who is the Roman God of Love? 3092. 3072. 3077. 3065. 3089.

3106. 3109. Q: Named for its abundance of plant life. which colour represents Europe? A: The blue ring Q: What catastrophe happened in Ireland in between 1845 and 1849? A: The great potato famine. Q: Which actress won an Oscar in the 1990s playing the character of Veronica Lake? (She was a prostitute). Paul's Cathedral Q: What's the largest. A: Kim Basinger (in 'L. were also on the pitch? 3100. Confidential') Q: In which four countries are the Alps? A: France. 3112. 3122. 3123. 3098. 3103. Q: In which classic film did Sylvester Stallone act as goalkeeper. 3099. What is its name? 3116.A. A: Cupid Q: What is the name of the green rust that grows on copper? A: Verdegris Q: In which organisation is the leader known as the Grand Imperial Wizard? A: Ku Klux Klan 3096. 3101. 3111.3094. 3125. 3115. Switzerland and Austria 3126. 3095. . 3124. 3107. 3110. this inlet was the site of Captain Cook's first landing in Australia. 3104. Q: What is the Star of India? A: World’s largest sapphire Q: Who was Ben Hur’s rival in the great chariot race? A: Mesalla Q: Where would you find the 'Whispering Gallery'? A: St. 3108. A: Botany Bay 3117. 3105. while Michael Caine and footballing legend Pele. 3097. A: Azkaban Q: What colour are French letter boxes? A: Yellow Q: What kind of music is Scott Joplin most famous for? A: Ragtime 3120. and most powerful of the American cats? A: Jaguar Q: Which London Street is famous for hotels? A: Park Lane 3102. Q: What is the name of the prison that wizarding criminals are sent in the Harry Potter series of books? 3118. 3121. A: Escape To Victory Q: Of the five coloured Olympic rings. Italy. 3113. 3119. 3114.

3127. 3149.A. 3138. 1941. 3131. 3129. 3134. A: El Salvador's victory over Honduras in the 3 game world cup soccer play off. 3137. A: Tangerine Q: What is the diameter of a Golf cup (or hole)? A: 4.25 inches or 10. was shot by an eight-man firing squad. 3145. 3157. 3158. Q: Which fruit has the scientific name of malus pumulia? A: Apple Q: What single letter is the chemical symbol for the element Tungsten? A: W Q: In Australia. undeclared war that broke out between Honduras and El Salvador in July 1969? 3130. 3156. 3136. A: Thursday. 3133. Cup final in both 1998 and 1999? A: Newcastle United Q: In which century were the Wars Of The Roses fought? A: 15th 3132. 3140. August 14. 3141. 3139. when Josef Jakobs. Q: What is the only sport where the defending team are always in possession of the ball and the attacking team can score without even touching it? 3142. 3143. Q: What was the cause of the brief.795 centimetres. 3155. Q: What are the two types of camel called? A: Dromedary and Bactrian. in which month of the year is the longest day? A: December Q: Which football team lost the F. Q: For which newspaper does Clark Kent work in Superman? A: The Daily Planet Q: Brian Deane scored the first ever Premiership goal for which team? A: Sheffield United Q: When was the last execution in tower of LONDON? 3152. . 3153. 3146. 3135. A: Baseball (cricket) Q: What 2 boundaries lie between big diamond island and little diamond island? A: The US/Russian border and the international date line Q: What won the toy of the year award in both 1980 and 1981? A: The Rubik's Cube Q: When was power steering first available in a petrol driven car? A: It was in the USA in 1951. a German spy. 3128. 3147. 3148. 3144. Q: Which fruit is a cross between the mandarin orange and the bitter orange and is named after a port in Morocco? 3150. 3154. 3151.

Sleeping Beauty Q: How many balls are on the table at the start of a Snooker game? A: 22 Q: What was the D-Day invasion password? A: Mickey Mouse 3182. John Illsley (Bass guitar) and Pick Withers (Drums). 3186. 3188. 3171. 3162.. A: They had to qualify for the world cup finals Q: What does 'Costa Brava' mean? A: Rugged Coast Q: Who said in a movie 'You might be thinking to yourself. 3169. Q: Who said. religion without science is blind'? A: Albert Einstein 3178. 3190. 3174. but never in between? 3180. Q: What did the English international football team do in October 1961 and in November 1981. 3163. 3177. David Knopfler (Rhythm guitar). 3173. 3170. Q: Who composed the coronation anthem first played for king George II in 1727? A: Handel Q: When is Halley's comet expected to appear again? A: 2061 Q: What is a Perfusionist's role in a hospital surgery? A: Running the heart & lung machine Q: What does a Sphygmomanometer measure? A: Blood pressure Q: Whose tombstone has the message 'that's all folks'? A: Mel Blanc Q: What is the world's largest herb? A: Banana plant Q: On what island is one third of all the world's languages spoken? A: New guinea it is the second-largest island in the world after Greenland. 'Science without religion is lame. A: Mark Knopfler (Vocals and Lead guitar).. 3183. The Nutcracker. 3185.3159. Give me two of them. Q: In which city would you find O'Hare International Airport? A: Chicago Q: Tchaikovsky composed three ballets. 3192. 3164. 3176. 3161. 3191. 3187. . 3160. 3175. 3166. 3179. 3181. 3172. 3167. did he fire five shots or six'? A: Dirty Harry Callahan (Clint Eastwood). 3184. A: Swan Lake. 3165. 3189. Q: Who designed the original 1936 Volkswagon? A: Ferdinand Porche Q: Name any two members of Dire Straits. 3168.

3213. 3218.3193. It is about 1/180 inch in diameter. 3227. A: Johnny Castle. grow up'. Q: How many bottles of champagne are there in a magnum? A: 2 Q: Who won England's 'War of the Roses. symbolized by the red rose. 3219. 3221. 3216. 3210. 3197. 3206. .000 sperm cells to weigh as much as a single egg 3194. Q: What is the largest cell in the human body? A: The female ovum. 3223.' A: The House of Lancaster. 3205. 3225. 3215. cell. 3207. 3208. 3209. 3199. or egg cell. Kennedy stand for? A: Fitzgerald Q: What is the capital of Liberia? A: Monrovia Q: What type of game is Faro? A: A card game Q: Which opera did Verdi compose for the opening of the Suez Canal? 3198. 3196. Q: What is the smallest cell in the human body? A: The male sperm. 3212. 3195. 3220. Q: Who was the first player to score a hat-trick in the English Premiership? A: Eric Cantona (playing for Leeds United in August 1992) Q: What is Patrick Swayze’s character name in dirty dancing. 3226. 3217. 3202. 3200. 3224. It takes about 175. 3214. 3201. is the opening line from which famous story? A: Peter Pan Q: What are the three primary colours of light? A: Red Blue Green Q: Which geographical location was the first word spoken on the moon? A: Houston Q: What does the abbreviation UHT stand for? (with regard to milk). 3222. A: Ultra Heat Treated Q: Which famous novel was based on the real-life exploits of Alexander Selkirk? A: Robinson Crusoe Q: Which British monarch was on the throne at the beginning of the 20th Century? A: Queen Victoria Q: Which country borders Sweden and Russia? A: Finland Q: What did the 'F' in John F. 3204. 3203. 3211. Q: What is the name given to the system for categorising library books? A: Dewey Decimal System Q: 'All children. except one.

3232. 3239. A: Laser Q: Who was the driver of the car in which Princess Diana was killed? A: Henri Paul 3262. 3259. 3238. 3246. 3241. A: Aida Q: What is the principal residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury? A: Lambeth Palace Q: Who’s 1st Novel was entitled ‘The Time Machine’? A: H. Q: What is a more common term for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation? 3260. 3229. 3234. 3252. 3251. 3255. 3247. .05 metres) Q: What is a perfect diamond of 100 carats or more called? A: A paragon Q: Which leader of a country has been linked with trying to Buy Crystal Palace FC? A: Colonel Gaddafi Q: What is Europe’s biggest island? A: Great Britain Q: Which goldsmith and jeweller was famous for ornate easter eggs? A: Peter Faberge Q: Who was the wizard in Tolkein's novel The Hobbit? A: Gandalf Q: Who were Liverpool’s opponents when the Hillsborough disaster happened? A: Notts Forest Q: What does the title of Hitlers book 'Mein Kampf' mean? A: My Struggle Q: What was Hilary Clinton's maiden name? A: Rodham 3230. 3258. 3245. Wells Q: How many numbers are there on a traditional bingo card? A: Fifteen Q: In the human body. 3233. what is the patella better known as? A: The kneecap Q: Which famous composer wrote the Royal Firework Music? A: George Friedric Handel Q: What is the largest city in Africa? A: Cairo Q: How high is a basketball hoop from the ground? A: 10 feet (3. 3244. 3256. 3236. 3261. 3254. 3243. 3240.3228. 3250. 3257. 3248. 3237. 3235. 3249. 3231. 3242.G. 3253.

3272. 3295. 3273. Q: What is the name of Hong Kong's airline? A: Cathay Pacific Q: The Rock. 3268. 3275. 3266. A: The double coconut or Coco de mere weighs up to 23 kg and only grows in the Seychelles. 3294. 3292. 3277. 3271. 3281. 3280. 3267. 3284. 3296. A: Artificial pitch. 3287.11 &12) Q: What is the world’s largest fruit? 3264. 3279. what was it? 3288. Q: What is the chemical term for chalk? A: Calcium carbonate Q: What would impure dilute acetic acid be better known as? A: Vinegar Q: Which sportsman was nicknamed 'Pistol Pete'? A: Pete Sampras Q: Which cartoon character came from Mexico and was the fastest mouse in the world? A: Speedy Gonzales Q: What do the Greeks call a restaurant? A: Taverna 3278. 3293. 3286. Q: In 1994 the football league banned an innovation first introduced by Queen's Park Rangers in 1982. reputedly the world's largest football stadium? A: Rio de Janeiro Q: How many spikes are there in the Statue of Liberty's crown? A: 7 Q: What is the name of the python in the novel 'Jungle Book'? A: Kaa Q: What was introduced by Barclays Bank for the 1st Time on June 17th 1967? A: First Cash Dispenser (ATM) Q: Which present day capital city is built on the capital city of the Aztecs? A: Mexico City Q: How many houses are there in Downing Street. 3265.3263. 3274. . 3289. is the nickname of which US federal prison that opened in 1934? A: Alcatraz Q: Which 2003 film has the subtitle The Curse of the Black Pearl? A: Pirates of the Caribbean Q: What is the name of the chief male sex hormone? A: Testosterone 3290. 3282. 3269. 3285. Q: In which city is the Maracana. 3276. 3291. 3270. 3283. London? A: Three (numbers 10.

. 3316. 3302.3297. 3304. 3323. 3305. 3327. 3329. Brooklyn and The Bronx Q: The word 'ursine' relates to which animals? A: Bears Q: What does a cartographer do? A: Makes maps Q: Where in the human body is the thyroid gland? A: Neck Q: What’s the song 'They set you on the treadmill and they made you change your name'? A: Candle In The Wind – Elton John Q: The statue on the top of London's Old Bailey building holds what in her right hand? A: A sword Q: What does NATO stand for? A: North Atlantic Treaty Organization Q: Tactile relates to which of the senses? A: Touch Q: What does the F stand for in John F Kennedy? A: Fitzgerald Q: What is the last letter of the Greek alphabet? A: Omega Q: An alligator pear is another name for which fruit? A: Avocado Q: What is the common name for nitrous oxide? A: Laughing Gas Q: Who scored a hat-trick in the 1966 World Cup Final? 3298. 3318. 3326. 3320. A: Manhattan. 3309. 3310. 3330. 3317. 3328. 3324. name the other 3. 3325. 3319. 3315. 3299. 3311. 3331. 3308. 3301. 3321. 3314. Q: Of which US State is Tallahassee the Capital? A: Florida Q: What is the name of the Flintstones’ daughter? A: Pebbles Q: Which American writer created Tarzan? A: Edgar Rice Burroughs Q: What painful custom was outlawed in China in 1912? A: Binding the feet of young girls Q: What is the only part of the human body which has no blood supply? A: The cornea (in the eye) Q: New York has five boroughs . 3306. 3303. 3312. 3322.Queens and Staten Island are 2 of them. 3313. 3307. 3300.

3335. 3341. 3333. 3357. 3359. Mike Nesmith. 3349. 3352. 3345. 3342. 3338. 3337. 3339. 3348. 3361.3332. in the human body is the more common name for the sternum? A: The breastbone Q: Who wrote the opera Porgy and Bess? A: George Gershwin Q: What is the world's longest river? A: The Nile Q: Early Rivers. 3351. and Davy Jones collectively known A: The Monkees Q: In which war was the Battle of the Somme? A: WWI Q: In which European city would you find Checkpoint Charlie? A: Berlin 3334. Micky Dolenz. 3364. as? 3362. 3343. 3336. . 3356. 3360. 3366. 3365. 3353. Morello and Napoleon are types of which fruit? A: Cherries Q: What does a philatelist collect? A: Stamps Q: A nicker was slangfor which British pre-decimal currency unit? A: A pound Q: What type of animal is an Ibex? A: A goat Q: What’s the song? 'It’s late September and I really should be back at school' A: Maggie May – Rod Stewart Q: Which anniversary is celebrated upon 25 years of marriage? A: Silver Q: Who were: Peter Tork. 3358. 3350. 3363. 3340. 3346. A: Geoff Hurst (of England) Q: Which country is Red Stripe lager originally from? A: Jamaica Q: In which year was the Falklands War? A: 1982 Q: What is the name of the space station first launched by the Soviet Union in 1986? A: MIR Q: Who was Henry VIII's first wife? A: Catherine of Aragon Q: What type of domestic cat has no tail? A: Manx Q: What. 3347. 3344. 3354. 3355.

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Q: How many hulls does a catamaran have? A: 2 Q: What is the name of the character played by Angela Lansbury in 'Murder, She Wrote'? A: Jessica Fletcher Q: If a dish is parmentier what is it cooked or served with? A: Potatoes Q: What type of plant is a saguaro? A: Cactus Q: What is a camel with one hump called? (It’s not Humphrey). A: Dromedary Q: Who wrote the novel Gulliver's Travels? A: Jonathan Swift Q: Which European country had the Roman name Helvetia? A: Switzerland Q: What Age followed the Bronze Age? A: Iron Age Q: How many bones are in the human skull? (To within 3 either way.) A: 28 Q: Who was the first boxer to beat Muhammed Ali as a professional? A: Joe Frazier

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A: Icarus Q: How many strings are on a viola? A: 4 Q: Which is the largest of the Great Lakes? A: Lake Superior Q: Who invented the revolver (handgun)? A: Samuel Colt Q: What is the title of the film about a Scottish village that awakens once every 100 years? A: Brigadoon Q: What is the lightest metal? A: Lithium Q: What is the ninth letter of the Greek alphabet? A: Iota

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A: 7 Up Q: In which building is the Kohinoor Diamond kept? A: The Tower of London Q: In the Bond film, what was the name of Goldfinger's bodyguard? A: Oddjob Q: What name is given to the car suspended from an airship? A: A Gondola Q: The MURRAY-DARLING is the longest river of which Country? A: Australia Q: Wisteria Lane is featured in which TV series? A: Desperate Housewives Q: If a clock seen in a mirror is read as 2.40 what time is it? A: 9:20 Q: If Al Capone suggested giving someone a 'Chicago Overcoat', what was he giving them A: A Coffin Q: What do Gorilla's do when they get nervous? A: Beat their chests Q: What dish is made from Italian Pasta stuffed with meat or cheese in cheese sauce? A: Cannelloni Q: In the novel Animal Farm, which animals took over? A: Pigs Q: What is the medical term for an obstruction of a blood vessel by a clot or air bubble? A: Embolism Q: What is the chief port of Iraq? A: Basra Q: According to the title of the Hans Christian Anderson story who had new clothes?

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A: The Emperor Q: What is the person called who is taken on board a ship in order to guide it in and out of A: Pilot Q: Who along with Will Smith played police agents J and K, in the 1997 film, 'Men in Black'? A: Tommy Lee Jones Q: What type of protective equipment was issued to all the people in Britain in 1939? A: A gass mask. Q: What is the Spanish word for 'man'? A: Hombre Q: Name the huge game reserve in Kenya A: Masai Mara Q: The world’s largest species of goose is named after which country? A: The CANADA Goose Q: Which sport uses the most muscles in the body? A: Swimming Q: In what sport do players take long and short corners? A: Hockey

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A: Duchesse Q: What’s the Chemical symbol for Lead? A: Pb Q: Who had 'the face that launched a thousand ships'? A: Helen of Troy Q: What is the name of Sydney ’s famous beach? A: Bondi Beach Q: In the human body what is the more common name for the tympanic membrane? A: Eardrum Q: With regard to the record label what do the initials RCA stand for? A: Radio Corporation of America Q: What kind of tool is a Glasgow Screwdriver? A: Hammer Q: Who wrote The Sound of Music? A: Rodgers & Hammerstein Q: Flowing through France at speeds of 65 KPH, what is the world’s fastest flowing river?

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A: The Rhone Q: Who is the new James Bond replacing Pierce Brosnan? A: Daniel Craig Q: In the Bible by what name is Lake Tiberius known? A: Sea of Galilee

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A: Carnivores have eyes the front, herbivores at the side Q: What do you call a ring-shaped coral island surrounding a central lagoon? A: Atoll Q: What is the alloy of iron with some added chromium and a small amount of nickel called? A: Stainless Steel Q: Which Shakespeare character gave the 'To Be or Not To Be' Speech? A: Hamlet Q: A werewolf can only be killed by what? A: Silver Bullets. Q: What nationality is tennis player Michael Chang? A: American Q: Which famous museum opened in London in April 1928? A: Madam Tussauds Q: What is the regulation height for a 'pin' in ten pin bowling? A: 15 inches or 38.1 centimetres. Q: What did Fred Quimby produce so that his name is still seen today? A: Tom and Jerry Cartoons Q: Monogamy, Bigamy and Polyandry are type of marriage. What is polyandry? A: It’s where a woman has more than one husband. Q: What was Captain Marvel’s magic word? A: Shazam! Q: What did Mao Tse-Tung refer to as a paper tiger? A: The atomic bomb Q: How many toes does Bugs Bunny have on each foot? A: 4 Q: Which year is represented by the seven Roman numerals listed in descending order? A: 1666 Q: How many 20 minute sessions are there in a game of ice hockey? A: 3

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3520. 3525. A: Antony & Cleopatra / Romeo & Juliet / Troilus & Cressida Q: Which musical featured the song 'Climb Every Mountain'? A: The Sound of Music Q: What bird is known for laying its eggs in other birds’ nests? A: Cuckoo Q: What was Walt Disney’s middle name? A: Elias Q: What colour is traditionally associated with envy? A: Green Q: Which Briton won his only Formula 1 title in a McLaren in 1975? A: James Hunt 3514. A: Budweiser beer Q: Johann Gutenberg was famous for inventing what in 1455? A: The printing press Q: Tuscany is a major wine producing region of which country? A: Italy Q: How many horns does the Indian Rhinoceros have? A: 1 Q: Which car company owns Jaguar? A: Ford Q: What was the show girl’s name in Barry Manilow's hit Copa cabaña? A: Lola Q: How dothe snakes known as boas kill their prey? A: Crush or squeeze Q: Name 2 Shakespeare Plays with Two People named in the title. 3526. 3529. Q: Who wrote the lyrics to most of Elton John's early hits? A: Bernie Taupin Q: From where did St Valentine come? A: Rome/Italy Q: What is the main ingredient of the Japanese dish 'sashimi'? 3506. 3535. 3531. Q: In which European country did thirteen British and Dutch people have their convictions for espionage quashed in November 2002? . 3528. A: Raw Fish (eaten with soy sauce and Wasabi (generally substituted with coloured horseradish paste in most western resturaunts)) 3511. 3530. 3524. 3517.3505. 3532. Q: What is the most famous product manufactured by the American company Anheuser Busch? 3512. 3507. 3508. 3519. 3516. 3513. 3518. 3522. 3537. 3510. 3533. 3527. 3534. 3523. 3515. 3509. 3536. 3521.

3565. 3542. 3544. 3555. 3548. Q: Edward Heath (British Prime Minister). 3561. 3563. 3570. Richard Nixon (US President) and Willie Brandt (German Chancellor) all led their respective countries but for different reasons they all resigned in the same year. A: 1974 Q: What South American burrowing animal has a body encased in bony plates? A: Armadillo Q: Which is the smallest of the world's oceans? A: Arctic Q: In an opera when is the overture played? A: The Beginning Q: Who was the second man to step foot on the surface of the moon? A: Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin 3552. 3553. A: Greece Q: What is the American slang word for 10 cents? A: Dime Q: The name of which Central American country means ‘Land Of Trees’? A: Guatamala Q: What is Donald Duck’s middle name? A: Fauntleroy Q: Which US city looks Southwards into Canada? A: Detroit Q: Who opened a brewery at Saint James’ Gate Dublin in 1759? A: Arthur Guinness 3540. 3541. 3543. 3556. 3568. which the Spielberg film was based on? A: Michael Crichton 3562. 3557. A: Ford's Q: Who wrote the novel Jurassic Park. 3547. Q: Which actor in his autobiography said 'All I need to make a comedy is a park. 3554. a policeman and a pretty girl'? 3564. Q: What was the name of the theatre where US president Abraham Lincoln was assassinated? 3560. Sardinia and Cyprus. 3558. 3569. 3551. 3559. 3546. A: Charlie Chaplin Q: In 1796 Edward Jenner discovered a vaccination for what? A: Smallpox Q: What are the 3 largest islands in the Mediterranean? A: Sicily. .3538. Which year? 3550. 3539. 3549. 3567. 3545. Q: Which football clubs home ground has the same name as a battle in 1066? A: Chelsea (Stamford Bridge) 3566.

Q: What would you use a Dermatherm to measure? A: Skin temperature Q: Which Prime Minister immediately preceded Margaret Thatcher? A: James Callaghan Q: What was Ben Hur's first name? A: Judah Q: Complete the Elton John title.3571. 3582..? A: I'm only the piano player Q: Name the Hollywood star that was paralysed in a horse riding accident? A: Christopher Reeve Q: What is the former name of Belize? A: British Honduras Q: What is Barbie's boyfriend. 3590. 3587. Don't shoot me. 3604. 3591. 3584. 3578. Ken's last name? A: Carson Q: What company was formerly known as Computing Tabulating Recording Company? A: IBM Q: How large was the crew that captain Kirk commanded on the starship enterprise? A: 430 Q: Where are the Spanish Steps? A: Italy Q: If you’re an Arctophile. 3575. A: Temptation Q: What began on August 15. 3603. Q: Complete this Oscar Wilde quotation "I couldn't help it. . 3586. 3579. 3576. I can resist everything except.. 3589. 3601.'? 3600.. 3599.. 3593. how was she better known? 3594. 3595.. 3574.. 3597. A: Mata Hari Q: What is the name of the male reproductive organ (of a flower)? A: The stamen Q: Which film star was born as Marion Morrison? A: John Wayne 3596.. 3580.. 3573. 3577. 3598. Q: Gertrude Margarita Zeller was shot for Espionage during the First World War.. 1969 on Max Yasgur's dairy farm? A: Woodstock Q: What is the national flower of Wales? A: Daffodil 3602. 3585. 3583. 3581. 3588. what do you collect? A: Teddy Bears 3572. 3592...

3634. 3624. 3629. for? 3622. 3633. 3623. 3627. 3614. 3619. 3616. 3630. 3635. Q: Who was Julie Andrew playing when she sang 'A spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down'? 3632.5 billion viewers? A: Diana Princess of Wales’s funeral. Indonesia and Brunai. Q: What stimulant is found in cola nuts? A: Caffeine Q: James T Kirk was the captain of the original Starship Enterprise. 3637. 3615. Q: Who wrote 'Robinson Crusoe'? A: Daniel Defoe. Q: What disease might you catch from an anopheline? A: Malaria Q: How many straight lines are there on a football pitch? A: 17 Q: On which river is the Aswan dam? A: Nile Q: What live event gave rise to the worlds largest TV audience at 2. 3621. 3608. 3613. Q: Which Dutch artist painted the famous picture called 'The Night Watch'? A: Rembrandt Q: Who used to live in Smallville? A: Clark Kent (Superman). 3625. A: Mary Poppins Q: Who succeeded John Paul I as Pope? A: John Paul II Q: What is the worlds 3rd Largest Island and home to 3 Countries? A: Borneo …. 3609. 3611. 3607.3605. 3620. 3626. 3628. . 3617. 3612. 3638. what was used for the first time in a Wembley international? A: Floodlights Q: What is the official currency of Portugal? A: Euro Q: Which planet shares its name with a type of carnivorous plant? A: Venus (flytrap) Q: What is Colombia’s chief export? A: Cocaine 3606. Q: Why don't Spaniards sing their national anthem? A: There aren't any words. Malaysia. What does the T stand A: Tiberius Q: In 1955. 3631. 3610. 3618. 3636.

what song 3662. Q: In judo. 3670. Merry and Pippin? A: Hobbits Q: From what bridge does the Oxford/Cambridge boat race start? A: Putney (to Mortlake) Q: Which metal is added to Gold to make White Gold? A: Silver Q: The poker hand a pair of aces with a pair of eights is known by what name? A: Dead man's hand. 3645.000 miles (96. what kind of creatures were Sam Gamgee. 3646. 3652.3639. veins and capillaries are in the average human body? 3640. 3650.000 km). 3669. 3651. 3671. 3654. . 3672. what is the most widely consumed drink in the world. 3665..Terry Jacks Q: At which venue is the Scottish Cup Final traditionally played? A: Hampden Park 3664. Tea or Coca-Cola? 3666. 3660. 3655. 3667. 3658. Q: Goodbye to you my trusted friend. Q: Approximately how many miles/ km of arteries. 3659. 3643. together we've climbed hills and trees. what colour belt follows yellow? A: Yellow Q: Which film star has a statue in Leicester Square? A: Charlie Chaplin 3668. A: 60.. 3644. 3648. we've known each other since we were nine or ten. Q: Apart from water. 3647. 3649. Coffee. Q: Which Premier league manager was European Footballer of the Year in 1978 and 1979? A: Kevin Keegan Q: In which city can you travel by vaporetto from the Rialto to the Lido? A: Venice Q: What is latitude 66°32'N otherwise known as? A: The Arctic Circle 3642. 3661. A: Tea Q: What was the title of the Beatles' first single? A: Love me do. 3657. Q: What's the Chemical symbol for Potassium? A: K Q: Which of the world's capital cities stands on the Potomac River? A: Washington DC Q: What name is given to a Poem consisting of 14 Lines? A: Sonnet Q: In literature. A: Seasons in the Sun . 3656. 3663. 3653. 3641.

3678. 3693. 3706. Q: Which countries national symbol is the Shamrock? A: Ireland Q: Of which US state is Columbus the capital? A: Ohio Q: What mountain is known as The Tiger of the Alps? A: The Matterhorn Q: What clothes designer said: 'A woman is as old as her knee'? A: Mary Quant Q: Who was murdered on Thursday. 3707. 1968? A: Martin Luther King. Q: What historic event happened on Sunday. Q: Born in 1956 he won a total of no less than 62 singles titles. 3677. 3688. July 20.3673. 3702. 3704. 3696. Q: In the phonetic alphabet. Q: Where is the world's oldest motorcycle race held? A: The Isle of Man. 3697. Q: What is the national airline of Ireland? A: Aer Lingus Q: When is your wooden anniversary? A: 5 years. 3686. 3689. 3705. 3694. including 11 grand slams before retiring at the age of 27. 'When you're dead you're made for life'? A: Jimi Hendrix Q: Bright's disease or Nephritis affects which organs of the body? A: (Inflammation of) the Kidneys. 3692. 3703. 3698. 3690. Jr. 3674. 3685. 3675. 3683. 3700. April 4. 3695. 3687. 1969? A: Neil Armstrong walked on the moon. 3691. Who is he? . 3699. 3679. 3682. 3701. Q: How many players are there in a water polo team? A: 7 Q: Under which pseudonym does Harry Paterson also write? A: Jack Higgens Q: Which rock guitarist prophetically said. 3681. Q: How many times is a team allowed to touch volleyball before it crosses the net? A: 3 Q: Whose parents kept a famous fictitious inn called the 'Admiral Benbow'? A: Jim Hawkins from Treasure Island. what word represents the letter U? A: Uniform. Q: What is Frigophobia the fear of? A: Cold 3676. (He was shot by James Earl Ray). 3680. 3684.

3715. 3714. 3742. 3739. 3726. 3734. 3737. 3732. 3728. 3720. 3738. 3717. Q: What colour is calamine lotion? A: Pink Q: Which animal is the largest member of the cat family? A: Tiger 3710. 3719. 3725. Q: Which First Division club were the first to make Anfield their home ground? A: Everton Q: How many wings does a bee have? A: 4 Q: Which is the largest city in Switzerland? A: Zurich Q: Who wrote 'Brave New World'? A: Aldous Huxley Q: What is the national airline of Spain? A: Iberia Q: What is the capital of Belarus? A: Minsk Q: Who was overthrown in a 1971 coup by Idi Amin as President of Uganda? A: Milton Obote. A: Bjorn Borg Q: What started with the storming of the Winter Palace? A: The Russian Revolution. 3736.3708. Q: What was John Cabot famous for? A: Exploration (he discovered Newfoundland) Q: How is Nitrous Oxide better known? A: Laughing Gas. 3709. 3711. . 3735. 3740. 3724. Q: What is the upper age limit for being an MP in the UK? A: There isn't one. 3712. 3723. 3729. 3730. Q: What number on the Beaufort scale represents a hurricane? A: 12 Q: Who was President of the USA from 1974-1977? A: Gerald (Rudolph) Ford. 3713. 3741. Q: Which river runs through Cologne in Germany? A: The Rhine Q: Who first settled on Pitcairn Island? A: The mutineers of the HMS Bounty. 3716. 3733. 3718. 3727. 3731. 3721. 3722.

3745. 3775. 3765.William the Conqueror Q: Which is the only sport you are not allowed to play left-handed? A: Polo Q: Which country lies between Tunisia and Egypt? A: Libyia Q: How many consonants are there in the English alphabet? A: 21 3746. 3758. 3756. 3769. 3752. Q: In which country can you find 8 of the Worlds top 10 highest mountains? A: Nepal Q: How many square miles is the City of London? A: One. by what name was John Clayton better known? A: Tarzan Q: In snooker. 3759. 3773. A: Edward the Confessor. that human affairs were being watched keenly and closely by intelligences greater than man's and yet as mortal as his own'? 3774. . During the reign of Alfred the Great in the 9th century. 3771.3743. 3763. 3755. 3768. 3770. 3751. A: Summer of 69 (Bryan Adams) Q: In books and films. 3762. Q: In the year 1066. 3761. 3747. Q: Which famous book begins with the line 'No One would have believed. 3766. England had 3 kings – name 2 of them. 3772. 3749. Harold (Godwinson). 3748. in the last years of the nineteenth century. 3753. Q: Which song are the following lyrics taken from? 'Me and some guys from school/Had a band and we tried real hard' 3744. 3764. 3760. 3776. 3767. 3750. Q: The Colorado River flows through which mountain range? A: The Rockies Q: Which famous song writer wrote White Christmas? A: Irving Berlin Q: What two words are usually pre-printed on gift tags? A: To and From Q: What was the capital of England before London? A: Winchester. A: The War of the Worlds Q: What type of monkies (apes) inhabit the Rock of Gibraltar? A: Barbary apes. Q: How much time is allowed to find a lost ball in golf? A: 5 minutes. 3754. how many points is the green ball worth? A: 3 Q: What does a psephologist predict? A: The results of an Election. 3757.

3798. 3790. 3796. 3811. 3780. 3800. 3804. 3808.N. 3810. 3788. 3785.'I never forget a face. 3806. 3797. 3789. 3809.S A: E. Q: In the novel Animal Farm which animals took over the farm? A: Pigs Q: When day was Armistice Day in World War 1? A: 11 November 1918 Q: Who was the 'Maid of Orleans'? 3778. 3807. 3783. 3791. 3802. 3803. 3786. Q: How many people appear in da Vinci's The Last Supper? A: 13 Q: Amethyst is a type of which mineral? A: Quartz Q: What did the crocodile swallow in Peter Pan? A: An alarm clock. 3799. but in your case I’ll be glad to make an exception'.T. 3784. 3779.T. Q: London's Drury Lane is associated with which industry? A: Theatre Q: Which was the first city to open a length of underground railway? A: London Q: How many strings does a Spanish guitar have? A: 6 Q: Who solves the crime in 'Death on the Nile'? A: Hercule Poirot Q: Which Sunday is Low Sunday or Quasimodo Sunday? A: The first Sunday after Easter.3777. A: Groucho Marx Q: What animals head did a Minotaur have? A: Bull Q: Whose Headquarters were located at Sidi-bel-Abbes in Algeria for 120 years until 1962? A: French Foreign Legion.T (eight nine ten). 3781. 3792. 3795. 3793. 3801. It is now located in Aubagne in France. 3794. 3805. . Q: What boy's name is also a grade of proficiency in judo? A: Dan Q: What were the first names of 'Starsky and Hutch'? A: Dave and Ken Q: What was Buddy Holly's real first name? A: Charles Q: What are the next 3 letters in this riddle? O.F. Q: Who said:. 3782.S. 3787.F.

3823.3812. 3832. 3826. 3820. 3813. 3816. A: Joan of Arc Q: Name the peasant who accompanies Don Quixote on his adventures. 3821. 3846. 3845. 3833. 3840. 3831. 3844. A: Sancho Panza Q: How many chambers has the heart? A: 4 Q: Who starred in the 1969 film 'The trouble with girls'? A: Elvis Presley Q: Excluding India name 2 other countries that use the rupee as currency. Pakistan. 3814. but what does the name mean? A: Union Q: In books and TV what was unusual about Dr Peter Brady and Dr Daniel Westin? A: They were invisible. 3839. . 3822. Moneymaker and Ailsa Craig? A: Tomato Q: Of what is Dipsophobia the fear? A: Drinking Q: What is the date of Battle of Britain day? A: 15 September Q: Who composed 'The Flight of the Bumble Bee'? A: Rimsky Korsakov Q: Who invented Braille? A: Louis Braille in 1829 Q: In which country is Sikorsky Helicopters' head office? A: America Q: In which US city is the Sears tower? A: Chicago Q: In which novel is Winston Smith the main character? A: 1984 by George Orwell Q: Soyuz was the name of a Russian spacecraft. 3841. 3842. Seychelles and Sri Lanka. Nepal. 3836. 3819. 3830. 3818. 3834. 3825. Mauritius. 3837. 3817. 3838. Q: Steamboat Willy introduced which famous character to the silver screen in 1928? A: Mickey Mouse Q: In which country are Saab cars manufactured? A: Sweden Q: Which famous rock group released the album 'Voodoo Lounge' in 1994? A: The RollingStones Q: What has varieties called Alicante. A: India. 3824. 3835. 3843. 3815. 3828. 3827. 3829.

followed by bananas. 3870. 3855. Q: Who is the only non-league side to win the FA Cup? A: Tottenham Hotspur in 1901. Q: In the United States what is the difference between cider and hard cider? A: Cider is non alcoholic. 3854. 3859. 3869. 3864. 3881. 3849. 3882. 3862. 3856. 3850. (electricity). Q: How many times had Wallis Simpson been married before she married Edward VIII? A: Twice Q: Whose 'True Story' did Andrew Morton write about? A: Dianna (Princess of Wales) Q: In Shakespeare's 'Othello'. Q: What was the nationality of ex UN Secretary General Boutros-Boutros Ghali? A: Egyptian Q: What were the little people in the Wizard of Oz called? A: Munchkins Q: Who is the Greek God of the sea? A: Poseidon. 3860. 3874. 3861. 3851. . They were elected to the league in 1908. 3866. Q: What is the largest fruit crop on earth? A: Grapes. 3875.3847. 3871. 3858. 3852. 3877. 3876. 3853. 3878. who is the female lead? A: Desdemona Q: Who wrote the 'Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire'? A: Edward Gibbon Q: What is the name of the cat that chases Tweetie Pie? A: Sylvester Q: Who wrote Gone With the Wind? A: Margaret Mitchell Q: What is the world’s highest city? A: La Paz. 3865. 3879. Bolivia Q: What is the Culinary term for ‘According to the menu’? A: A La carte Q: What would a galvanometer be used to measure? A: Detecting and measuring small electric currents. 3872. 3867. 3868. 3863. Q: What is the main ingredient of risotto? A: Rice Q: Who was US President from 1977-1981? A: Jimmy Carter Q: Which 1960's band featured Eric Clapton & Jimmy Page? A: The Yardbirds 3848. 3880. 3873. 3857.

3883. by Herman Melville. 3900. 3908. 3894. . one by the bank of the Thames in London (1819) and the third in the Place de la Concorde in Paris (1830) Q: What was the name of England's Wartime Code Breaking station? A: Bletchley Q: Which book. what was it called? 3890. 3901. 3895. 3885. 3911. 3913. 3899. 3887. 3903. 3912. 3914. 3905. 3907. Q: Who is Debbie Rowe's husband? A: Michael Jackson Q: Which world statesman died on Saturday 5th June 2004? A: Ronald Reagan Q: Which major sporting event began on 17 June 1994 at Soldier Field. 3910. New York (1870). A: Curare Q: Where is the highest point above sea level in China? A: At the top of Mount Everest Q: Who was the love of Quasimodo's life? A: Esmeralda Q: How many of Cleopatra's Needles are there and where are they? 3892. 3893. 3896. 3889.Call me Ishmael? A: Moby Dick Q: What is Golfer Greg Normans nickname? A: Great White Shark Q: What name is given to an agreement to stop fighting and negotiate peace? A: Armistice Q: Which Japanese sport involves fencing with bamboo swords? A: Kendo Q: Which London landmark was named after Sir Benjamin Hall? A: Big Ben Q: Which animal sleeps standing up? A: Horse Q: Which Italian city is still threatened by Mount Vesuvius? A: Naples Q: A Beluga is a type of what? A: Whale Q: Which Sport is played with the heaviest Ball? A: Ten Pin Bowling 3898. 3915. 3886. 3916. 3904. 3909. Chicago? A: Football World Cup 3884. A: One stands in Central Park. 3888. 3897. 3906. 3902. opens with the words . Q: The native Indians of South America used a bitter poison to tip their arrows. 3891.

3942. 3948. 3946. 3930. A: KonTiki.3917. 3940. who was the next female solo artist to achieve this feat? 3932. 3927. where did the souls of warriors killed in battle go after their deaths? A: Valhalla Q: What did Julio Eglesias do before becoming famous as a Singer? A: He was Goal Keeper for Real Madrid 3936. What are the other two? 3934. 3935. 3931. 3929. Q: How many minutes are there in a week? A: 10 080 Q: In which film does John Travolta star as an evil air force pilot? A: Broken Arrow Q: What does a somnambulist do? A: Sleep walks 3918. A: Carbohydrate and fat Q: How many wives can a Muslim have at any one time? A: 4 Q: A deep cut of beef fillet is named after which French Viscount? A: Chateaubriand Q: What is the capital of Nepal? A: Kathmandu Q: Which type of creature includes the most poisonous in the world? A: Frogs Q: Which dormant volcano is the highest peak in Japan? A: Fujiyama Q: In Norse mythology. 3941. 3947. 3921. 3938. Protein is one. Q: What was the name of Thor Heyerdahl's balsa wood raft on which he crossed the Pacific in 1947 covering 6920km. 3919. His film of the Kon-Tiki voyage won an Academy Award in 1951. 3925. 3944. 3922. A: Madonna 3933. . 3945. 3939. Q: There are 3 major food groups (excluding vitamins and minerals). 3937. 3928. Q: Olivia Newton John was the 1st Female solo singer to have a No 1 hit in 5 consecutive years. 3923. hoping to prove that Native South Americans could have migrated to the Pacific islands? 3924. 3943. Q: What is the Top selling single of all time? A: Candle in the wind Q: In which year did Queen Elizabeth the second of England come to the throne? A: 1952 Q: What nationality was the explorer Christopher Columbus? A: Italian 3926. 3920.

3977. 3963. A: Utah Q: Francis Ford Coppola is famous for directing which series of Films? A: Godfather series Q: Which weather phenomenon translates from the Spanish for 'little boy'? A: El Nino 3974. 3966. 3975. 3951. 3958. 3969. 3954. They frequent tall eucalyptus trees. 3961. 3965. which chart shows elements arranged in groups having similar properties? A: The periodic table Q: What name connects Clint Eastwood with a British ex-prime minister? A: Callahan Q: What type of meat is generally used in moussaka? A: Minced lamb 3952. 3968. 3973. as well as on mistletoe and box leaves. Q: In which US state are the Bonneville Salt Flats. A: Whoopie Goldberg Q: What's the name of the dog in the Tom and Jerry cartoons? A: Spike Q: What was the name of the Nazi chief of the Gestapo in Lyon. Q: Caryn Johnson is one of Hollywood's most successful black actresses . 3964. known as the 'Butcher of 3980. 3957. 3967. 3960. 3970. 3976. 3953. Q: Who led the Solidarity trade union movement and later became President of Poland? A: Lech Walesa (an electrician) Q: Nicknamed "the Brockton Blockbuster" what was the name under which he boxed? A: Rocky Marciano Q: At which circuit is the Portuguese Formula 1 Grand Prix held? A: Estoril Q: In which country is the Masai Mara game reserve? A: Kenya Q: In which year was the attack on Pearl Harbour? A: 1941 Q: What was the name of the family in the Sound of Music? A: Von Trapp Q: Which mountain overlooks Rio de Janeiro? A: Sugarloaf mountain Q: In chemistry.3949. 3955. feeding only on the leaves and flowers of certain species of tree.what is her stage name? 3978. 3962. Lyon'? . used for attempts on the world land speed record? 3972. A: Eucalyptus leaves. 3971. 3981. 3959. 3956. 3979. Q: What is the major diet of the Koala bear? 3950.

3996. 4004.3982. 3983. 3999.it's Green Q: Which is the largest planet in the solar system? A: Jupiter Q: Who married whom on 20th November 1947? A: Princess Elizabeth. 3989. 4008. 3986. 4006. 3991. suspended by a single hair? 3992. A: Klaus Barbie Q: Which film had the theme song 'Take my breath away'? A: Top Gun Q: What is the first name of Dr. 4010. 4011. A: Diamond. Q: In which organ of the body is insulin produced? A: Pancreas 3990. 3988. 3993. 4013. 4001. 3987. 4000. 3985. 4002.000 kg/mm2. 4003. 3997. 4009. 3998. Frankenstein? A: Victor Q: What is the Hardest and toughest known mineral? 3984. .5 kilograms? 3994. A: Damocles Q: What's the world’s most common Compound? A: Water Q: Who was the Roman prefect of Judea from about 26-36 AD? A: Pontius Pilate Q: Who wrote 2001? A: Arthur C Clarke Q: What was the principal profession of Capability (real name Lancelot) Brown? A: Landscape Gardener Q: What would you use Archimedes' Screw for? A: Lifting water to a higher level Q: Who wrote the book Bridget Jones' Diaries? A: Helen Fielding Q: Which is the only country in the world with a one colour flag? A: Libya . Indentation tests indicate that to dent a diamond requires a pressure of 8. 4005. 4015. 4007. Q: In avoirdupois weight what is equivalent to 1016. Q: In mythology. 4012. Lt Phillip Mountbatten Q: Which was the first company formed to manufacture motor cars? A: Daimler Q: What did the British government do on the roads in order to reduce accidents in 1925? A: Paint white lines. 4014. who was forced to dine luxuriously beneath a sword. 3995.

4043. 4039. 4031. 4024. 4040. . 4046. 4038.5. 'I want to be alone'? A: Greta Garbo Q: What according to Scott McKenzie did you wear in your hair in San Francisco? A: Flowers Q: At which Grand Prix circuit did Ayrton Senna lose his life? 4020. 4041. 4034. 1980? Q: Which brother and sister played together and won the mixed doubles at Wimbledon in A: John & Tracy Austin Q: What is the national airline of Spain? A: Iberia Q: Who wrote '1984'? A: George Orwell Q: What two fruits grow on palms? A: Coconuts and dates Q: Which is the longer race . 4025. 4048. 4047. 4032. 4042. 4044. 4030. A: Ton 4017. 4029. 4023. 4021. 4049. Q: Whose fleet was defeated by the British under Nelson at the naval battle of Copenhagen in 1801? 4018. the Cambridge. 4028.000 metres or 3 miles? A: 5000 meters Q: What number on the Beaufort scale represents a Hurricane'? A: 12-17 Q: In London. 4026. A: Denmark 4019. 4033. 4045. 4037. 4022. 4027. 4035. the Lyric and the Adelphi are all what? A: Theaters Q: As what did Beau Brummel achieve fame? A: Fashion leader Q: In which of Dickens's novels does Sam Weller appear? A: Pickwick Papers Q: Who hit a golf shot on the moon? A: Alan Shepard Q: Who wrote that 'The workers have nothing to lose but their chain'"? A: Karl Marx Q: Which instrument did Jack Benny play? A: Violen Q: How is adventure writer David Cornwell better known? A: John Le Carre Q: Which actress said.4016. 4036.

4051. 4060. . drowned in 1883 attempting to swim what? 4082. Holland and Luxembourg Q: Yellow gold contains 10% of what other metal? A: Copper Q: In which American state is Cape Canaveral. 4077. 4072. 4074. A: The rapids below Niagra Falls Q: In which American city was the TV show 'Cheers' set? A: Boston 4084. 4057. made Alfred Nobel famous? A: Dynamite Q: What colour in art is said to signify royalty? A: Purple Q: How many stars make up Orion's belt? A: 3 Q: Richard Starkey is the real name of which famous musician? A: Ringo Starr Q: How many black keys are there on a standard piano? A: 36 Q: What was the first city in the Southern hemisphere to host the Olympic Games? A: Melbourne Q: How many stars appear on the flag of New Zealand? A: 4 Q: In nature. 4068. A: San Marino. 4066. 4065. 1947-64 Q: In what year did the first Rugby World Cup take place? A: 1987 Q: Which three countries make up the Benelux countries? A: Belgium. 4076. 4054. 4073. 4058. 4081. 4061. a launching site for space travel? A: Florida Q: The invention of what in 1867.4050. 4063. 4059. what does a dendrologist study? A: Trees Q: What is the highest number used in a standard Bingo game? A: 50 4052. 4064. 4067. 4079. 4083. 4056. Italy Q: The Baht is the monetary unit of which country? A: Thailand Q: Who was the first prime minister of India? A: Jawaharlal Nehru. 4075. famous for swimming the English Channel. 4053. 4062. 4071. 4070. Q: Captain Matthew Webb. 4080. 4078. 4069. 4055.

4101. 4117. 4100. 4108. 4119. which term means the joining of two rivers? 4086. 4093. 4094. 4092. 4109. Q: Who was the American President when the Berlin Wall was constructed? A: John F Kennedy Q: Who is the first female in line to the British throne? A: Princess Beatrice Q: Name the Greenpeace trawler which was sunk in July 1985. 4115. 4114. 4088. 4097. 4102. 4107. 4118. 4106. 4099. 4104. 4091. 4095. 4105. . 4087. 4096. 4113. 4110. 4089. 4116.4085. 4111. Q: For what event in history is baker Thomas Farynor known? A: He started the Great Fire Of London. 4090. 4103. 4098. A: Rainbow Warrior Q: Which tribe did Geronimo lead? A: The Apache Q: The name of which Scottish product means 'water of life'? A: Whiskey Q: Which bingo number is clickety click? A: 66 Q: In which European country is Salzburg? A: Austria Q: By what name is solid carbon dioxide known? A: Dry Ice Q: Which gas is the main element in air? A: Nitrogen (70%) Q: Which fruit is the main ingredient of Spanish gazpacho soup? A: Tomato Q: How many kings of England have been called Philip? A: 0 Q: Who wrote the horror book 'The Shining'? A: Stephen King Q: Where is Mount Pleasant airport? A: Falklands Q: What is the art of knotting and tying heavy string into patterns called? A: Macramé Q: What was the nickname of the pirate Edward Teach? A: Blackbeard Q: What do the letters in M*A*S*H actually stand for? A: Mobile Army Surgical Hospital Q: In geography. 4112.

4136. 4149. 4143. 4133. A: Chromite Q: Who looked at Lady Godiva as she rode bareback through town? A: Peeping Tom Q: Which game might you be watching if you were at The Belfry? A: Golf Q: Which film was considered to be the first of the spaghetti westerns? A: Fistfull of dollars Q: What word is Spanish for 'festival'? A: Festival Q: What was the name of Captain Pugwash's ship? A: The Black Pig Q: What is the wife of an Earl called? A: Countess Q: What does an 'Anemometer' measure ? A: Windspeed 4142. 4152. 4154. 4135. Q: South Africa is the world's largest producer of 3 metals. 4121. 4126. Balloon or Flute? A: Wine glasses Q: Who had the nickname the 'Louisville Lip'? (sportsman) A: Muhammad Ali Q: Who succeeded Churchill as prime minister in 1955? A: Sir Anthony Eden Q: Which designer is credited with inventing the mini-skirt? A: Mary Quant Q: In which year post WW2 was the first Wembley FA Cup Final to need a replay? A: 1970 (Chelsea v Leeds) Q: What is the worlds Northern most capital? A: Reykjavik. 4131. 4130. 4144. A: Confluence Q: Which car is featured in the film Back to the Future? A: De Lorean Q: How many children were in Enids Blytons Famous Five? A: 4 (1 dog) Q: 3 What can be Tulip. 4141. 4139. 4138. 4153. 4128. 4129. 4151. 4137.4120. 4148. 4123. 4134. 4132. 4127. . 4145. 4150. what’s the third? 4140. 4124. 4125. Iceland Q: Which is the worlds largest lake? A: The Caspian Sea 4122. 4147. 4146. Platinum and Gold are 2 of them.

.4155.the Stirrup Q: What are the two ingredients in a Bellini cocktail? A: Champagne and peach juice Q: What is Bill Clinton's middle name? A: Jefferson Q: What is the largest flat fish species? A: Halibut Q: Who played the Ringo Kid in the original Stagecoach film? A: John Wayne Q: Which artist painted The Potato Eaters? A: Vincent Van Gogh Q: Who invented jeans? A: Levi Straus 4160. Q: Who are the most successful instrumental group in history? A: The Shadows 4156. 4174. 4176. 4187. Q: What is the name of the sovereign principality located along the Mediterranean Sea in the midst of the resort area of the Côte d'Azur on the French Rivier? 4158. 4169. 4159. 4170. 4157. 4179. Q: What is the green pigment found in most plants that is responsible for absorbing light energy? 4186. 4165. 4177. 4162. A: Chlorophyll Q: How many labours were performed by Hercules? A: 12 4188. 4172. 4168. 4167. 4181. 4184. 4178. 4173. 4166. 4171. 4161. 4164. 4175. 4182. 4180. A: Monaco Q: Jones the Steam is the driver of what? A: Ivor the Engine Q: Which country's team always leads the Olympic opening procession? A: Greece Q: 'Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend' is a song from which musical? A: Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Q: Which instrument is played by the leader of an orchestra? A: Violen Q: On which day is Remembrance Day? A: The Sunday closest to November 11th Q: What is the one place in all of Great Britain that the Queen cannot visit? A: House of Commons Q: Where is the smallest bone in the body? A: In the ear . 4163. 4185. 4183.

4203. A: Spirit of St Louis (achieved in 1927) Q: Which US state has the longest shoreline? A: Alaska (33.4189. 4197. Q: What is the number 3.142 more usually known as? A: Pi Q: Which creature in Greek mythology was half-man and half-bull? A: Minotaur Q: Majestic. 4194. 4212.904 miles) Q: Andy Cap is the work of which cartoonist? A: Reg Smyth Q: What is belladonna commonly known as? A: Deadly Nightshade. 4219. 4191. . 4208. 4193. 4192. 4199. Port or Bordeaux A: Retsina (describes the flavour) All the others describe their place of origin. 4207. 4220. 4218. 4217. 4195. Q: Which English cathedral was destroyed by fire in 1666? A: St Pauls Q: Who shot and killed Billy the Kid in 1881? A: Pat Garret Q: In which ocean is Ascension Island? A: Atlantic Q: Who invented the jet engine in 1930? A: Frank Whittle Q: Which two European countries are connected by the Simplon Pass? A: Switzerland and Italy Q: What was Manfred von Richtofen's nickname? A: The Red Baron Q: At which golf course does the US Masters take place? A: Augusta (Georgia) Q: Who played Simon Templar in the original 'Saint' TV series? A: Roger Moore Q: Which is the odd wine out? Sherry. 4205. 4204. Champagne. Q: What was the name of Charles Lindbergh's plane in which he completed the first nonstop solo trans-Atlantic flight? 4214. 4202. 4211. 4196. 4222. Q: Which river forms the boundary between Texas and Mexico? A: Rio Grande 4216. Romano and Arran Victory are types of which vegetable? A: Potato 4190. 4221. 4210. 4209. 4215. 4213. Retsina. 4198. 4200. 4201. 4206.

A: Mother Superior 4243.for example nuns? 4242. A: Geneva convention Q: Name 2 of the five James Bond films that have titles of only one word? A: Goldfinger. Moonraker. Q: What is the general term used to describe the woman in charge of a religious community of women . 4231. 4245. 4256. 4237. 4251. 4249. Q: Which bird brought an olive branch to Noah after the flood? A: The dove Q: Where. what does it refer to? A: The devil Q: How many players are allowed in the circle in a netball match? A: 4 Q: Thor Heyerdal's raft the 'kon-tiki' was made of what type of wood? A: Balsa Q: Pope John Paul II was born where? A: Poland Q: How long is a pole used in pole-vaulting. 4240. 4252. would you find a magnetron? A: In a microwave oven. Goldeneye. 4229. 4225. 4250. 4241. Octopussy. 4228. 4238. 4255. . in a household. 4239. 4226. 4227. 4232.4223. 4236. 4233. 4253. 4248. Q: Who founded the Methodists? A: John Wesley Q: What is the name of the mascot on the bonnet of a Rolls Royce? A: The spirit of ecstasy Q: The word Beelzebub appears in Queen’s bohemian rhapsody. in feet? A: 16 4224. 4230. 4247. 4254. Q: What is the name of the international agreement that established a code for the treatment of prisoners of war? 4244. Brazil and which other South American country? A: Columbia Q: What was the name of Bruce Wayne’s butler? A: Alfred Q: In which town do the Flintstone’s live? A: Bedrock Q: Michael Bloomberg succeeded whom as Mayor of New York? A: Rudi Giuliani Q: What name is given to a Poem consisting of 14 lines A: Sonnet 4246. Thunderball Q: The Equator runs through Ecuador. 4234. 4235.

a drunken James VI of Scotland en route to take the throne of England reputedly knighted a piece of meat. 4278. 4268. 4275. 4284. Q: In 1603. 4281. In what year was this? 4286. 4260. A: Duelling Q: What name is given to plants that last for many years? A: Perennials Q: What was Operation Dynamo in World War II? A: The evacuation at Dunkirk Q: Which two US cities are joined by Route 66? A: Chicago & Los Angeles Q: What is the only river which flows both north and south of the equator? A: The Congo Q: How many countries border San Marino? A: 1 (Italy) 4276. 4265. 4267. 4289. 4266. 4271. 4277. 4290. 4283. 4287. Q: Which vehicle took its name from the fact that it was made to be used for general purposes? 4272. A: Sirloin Q: Parker and Barrow were the surnames of which famous couple? A: Bonnie and Clyde Q: In which 1990 film did Sean Connery play a defecting Soviet submarine commander? A: The hunt for Red October Q: What do the Americans call Old Glory? A: The Flag Q: Which system of weight is used for precious metals? A: Troy 4264. A: Jeep (GP) 4273. Q: The Beatles' last live performance was at Candlestick Park in San Francisco. 4261. 4282. 4269. 4259. 4280. 4263. Q: Before he changed his name. A: 1966 Q: Who managed the first English side to win the European Cup? A: Matt Busby Q: What type of dogs are commonly kept by Eskimos? A: Huskies 4288. what was Cassius Clay’s middle name? A: Marcellus Q: Which US city is known as the ‘the big easy’? A: New Orleans 4258. This allegedly gave rise to what name? 4262.4257. 4285. 4270. Q: What kind of fighting was outlawed in Britain in 1819 because the Army was losing too many of its Officers? 4274. . 4279.

4295. 4313. 4322. 4317. 4298. 4316. 4323. 4324. 4307. 4299. New York" is from which Leonard Bernstein musical? A: "On The Town" 4292. 4302. 4310. 4294. A: Dingoes Q: Which Hollywood star's nickname was The Duke? A: John Wayne Q: What's the real name of Tom Jones? A: Thomas Woodward Q: What type of creature is the Aberdeen? A: Cow/Bull Q: With which musical instrument is Larry Adler associated? A: Harmonica Q: In which film did Al Jolson first say "You ain't heard nothing yet"? A: The Jazz Singer Q: Which famous structure was built for the 1889 World Fair? A: The Eiffel Tower Q: What is the world's most popular bottled malt whisky? A: Glenfiddich Q: Who is Superman's boss? A: Perry White Q: What is the fraction usually given as an approximation for PI? A: 22/7 Q: Which fruits are usually served 'belle helene'? A: Pears 4306. 4321. Q: What do the Australians call the yellow dogs that are regarded as serious pests in their Country? 4304. 4301. . 4318. 4297. 4303. 4314. 4293. 4308. 4300. 4311. Q: What is the national bird of New Zealand? A: The kiwi Q: What is the sum of degrees in the internal angles in a triangle? A: 180 degrees Q: Is the bottom stripe on the USA flag red or white? A: Red Q: How many funnels did the Titanic have? A: Four Q: Who wrote the novel "The 39 Steps"? A: John Buchan Q: The song "New York. 4312. 4305. 4309. 4296.4291. 4315. 4319. 4320.

4331. non-motorized sporting event in the world? A: Tour de France Q: Which Ocean's name means peaceful? A: Pacific Q: Which Scandinavian capital begins and ends with the same letter? A: Oslo Q: Which colourless. 4348. 4355. 4353. . 4337. what was this comic better known as? A: Stan Laurel Q: How long is the motor race which Indianapolis is famous for? A: 500 miles Q: How are train robbers Parker and Longbaugh better known? A: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid Q: Which TV detective called people 'Pussycat'? A: Kojak Q: What is the maximum number of men allowed in a tug-of-war team? A: Eight Q: How many time zones does Canada have? A: Six Q: What creatures do the Galapagos island take their name from? A: Tortoises Q: In the film “The Third Man” which character does Orsen Welles play? A: Harry Lime Q: What is the official national anthem of the USA. 4352. 4342. 4347. 4332. 4333. 4328. 4349. 4341. 4354. 4351. 4339. 4330. 4343. 4327. Q: In which city is 'The Untouchables' set? A: Chicago Q: What is the longest-lasting. 4345. 4329. 4335. 4334. 4346. odourless light gas is used to lift airships? A: Helium Q: On which side of the road do the Japanese drive? A: Left Q: What is the second month of the year to have exactly 30 days? A: June Q: Which sport is played on the largest pitch of any game? A: Polo Q: What word associates a spider with the internet? A: Web Q: Born Arthur Jefferson in 1890. 4360. 4357. 4344. 4356. 4350. A: The Star Spangled Banner 4326. 4358. 4338.4325. 4359. 4340. 4336.

Q: Who wrote the novel Black Beauty. 4388. 4391. 4379. 4380. 4367. 4374. 4383. name both of them. 4363. 4370.4361. A: Olympic and Brittanic Q: Give me the two former names of the modern Turkish city of Istanbul? A: Constantinople. 4376. 4392. 4395. 4365. 4369. 4386. 4385. 4378. Byzantium Q: Suez lies at one end of the Suez Canal which city is at the other end? A: Port Said Q: What killer disease was controlled by Jonas Salk’s vaccine? A: Polio Q: Which country did boxer Lennox Lewis represent at the Olympics? A: Canada Q: In which country is the Orinoco River? A: Venezuela Q: What’s the proper name for a bishop’s hat? 4362. 4364. 4390. 4387. 4384. 4381. . 4375. 4389. 4394.Mar 8 1971 Joe Frazier New York L 15 WORLD Q: Who became the president of Nationalist China on Taiwan in 1949 A: Chaang Kai-Shek Q: What type of fuel do jet aircraft use? A: Kerosene Q: What is the Capital of the state of Louisiana? A: Baton Rouge Q: What is the main element in Bronze? A: Copper Q: What is the currency of Morroco? A: Dirhams Q: What is the name of the creature in Lord of the Rings that calls the ring his precious? A: Gollum Q: Who was the Egyptian God with the head of a Hawk? A: Horus Q: Which country was the first to leave the commonwealth in 1949? A: Ireland Q: Who assassinated Robert Kennedy? A: Sirhan Sirhan Q: The Titanic had two sister ships. 4371. 4393. 4366. 4373. first published in 1877? A: Anna Sewell Q: How many fights did Muhammad Ali lose during his professional boxing career? A: Five . 4377. 4368. 4382. 4372.

4422. Q: What's the Capital of Switzerland? A: Berne Q: Which film studio had a lion as its symbol? A: MGM Q: What do Harry Potter and his friends call normal people? A: Muggles Q: Why was Cliff Richard banned from entering Singapore in 1972? A: His hair was too long 4398. 4427. 4415. Q: What is the only rank above general in the British Army? A: Field Marshal Q: What language is spoken in Bulgaria? A: Bulgarian Q: What tiny peoples tied up Gulliver while he was asleep? A: Lilliputians Q: Name the leader of the "A Team" (character)? A: Hannibal Smith Q: Which country has the airline Aeroflot? A: Russia (USSR) 4420. 4401. 4417. . 4397. 4421. 4409. 4402. 4403. 4428. 4405. 4399. 4412. 4418. 4410. 4413. 4423. 4406. 4408. 4424. 4400. 4407. 4426. 4404. 4425. 4416. A: Mitre Q: Which South American country is named after an explorer? A: Columbia Q: What is the popular name for Middlesex Street in London? A: Petticoat Lane Q: To which country does the island of Bermuda belong? A: Britain Q: Which is the only bird capable of flying all day without flapping its wings? A: Albatross Q: What item of women’s clothing was given its name by an atoll in the Marshall islands A: Bikini Q: What is the Italian equivalent of Japan’s Yakuza? A: Mafia Q: Why didn't some of the cast of 'Gone With the Wind' see its premiere? A: It was shown in a whites only cinema. Q: How many spots are there on a full set of 28 dominoes? A: 168 4419. 4414. 4411.4396.

4436. 4443. 4432. 4452. Texas achieved statehood. 4447. 4449. 4456. 4441. 4461. A: She was on the BBC colour test card Q: What are the Devil's bones A: Dice Q: What colour face does a Suffolk sheep have? A: Black Q: Which country is known in its own native language as Hellas? A: Greece Q: What’s the name of the dog that found the stolen World Cup in 1966? A: Pickles Q: In which city was John F Kennedy assassinated? A: Dallas Q: In show jumping how many faults are incurred if a rider falls off the horse? A: 8 Q: In 1845. days? Q: What is the first month of the year to have 31 days that follows another month of 31 A: August Q: Why was Carol Hersey was once the most seen person on British TV. What is the state's capital? A: Austin Q: In which city would you find the International Court of Justice? A: The Hague Q: Which Portuguese football team did Jose Morinho lead to the victory in the European A: Porto Q: Beef Wellington is fillet of steak wrapped in what? A: Puff Pastry Q: What historic event took place on March 15th 44 BC? A: The assassination of Julius Caesar Q: Abdullah succeeded Hussein as King of which country? A: Jordan Q: Which Sir Francis invented a scale for measuring wind velocity? A: Beaufort Q: What acids are the fundamental constituents of all proteins? A: Amino acids Q: Which Ben E King song went to Number one 25 years after it was first released? A: Stand by me in 1986 (John Lennon also covered it in 1975) 4430.4429. 4439. 4455. 4445. 4457. 4433. 4437. 4458. 4454. 4442. 4444. 4435. 4434. 4440. 4448. 4431. 4438. 4450. 4459. 4453. 4446. . 4462. 4451. 4460.

4483.this is a knife"? A: Crocadile dundee 4464. 4476. 4496. 4478. I didn't go there to shake hands with him anyway'? 4480. Q: From what stone is the Taj Mahal built? A: Marble Q: Used in jewellery. A: Jesse Owens (after Hitler refused to shake his hand at the 1936 Berlin Olympics) Q: What is an ‘Alto Cumulus’? A: A cloud Q: In which European country would you find Tuscany? A: Italy Q: Which musician was known as ‘Satchmo’? A: Louis Armstrong Q: Which British royal was once married to Lord Snowden? A: Princess Margaret Q: In which country would you find the pine scented wine ‘Retsina’? A: Greece Q: Which song has the line 'I kept my promise. . 4466. 4481. Q: In 10 pin bowling. A: Spare Q: What’s the hardest substance in the human body? A: Tooth enamel Q: Who fronted the band ‘Culture Club’? A: Boy Goerge Q: What does a bad workman always blame? A: His tools Q: Which is more substantial. don't keep your distance'? A: Don't cry for me Argentina Q: Which part of your body does an orthodontist look after? A: Teeth Q: From which country do the pop group 'Aqua' originate? A: Denmark 4482. 4475. 4485. what’s the fossilised resin of pine trees called? A: Amber Q: In which film would you hear the famous line "That's not a knife . Q: Who said. 4468. 4474. ‘Afternoon Tea’ or ‘High Tea’? A: High tea 4472. 4494. 'That business with Hitler didn't bother me. 4469. 4484. 4490. 4467. 4491. 4487. 4471. 4495. 4465. 4473. a strike is when you get all pins down with 1 ball – what term is used for getting them down with 2? 4470. 4477. 4493. 4479. 4492. 4488. 4489. 4486.4463.

4527. 4520. 4513. 4509. 4517. Q: Is Sweden a Kingdom or a Republic? A: Kingdom Q: What type of plant is associated with a viticulturist? A: Vines Q: What type of music would you associate with Maria Callas? A: Opera Q: Which Sicilian Mountain is Europe's largest volcano? A: Etna Q: Which was the only non-European nation to win the men's football world cup in the 90's? A: Brazil Q: What type of transport did Steve McQueen use to escape in the film 'The Great Escape'? A: Motorbike Q: What relationship is Queen Elizabeth II to Prince William? A: Grandmother Q: What was the full name of Cher's ex-husband who died in a skiing accident? A: Sonny Bono Q: Which sporting trophy did Bradford jewellers 'Fattorini's' make? A: The F.4497. 4528. Q: What is the name of the football player who wore the number 7 jersey for manchester united in 1999? 4524. 4529. 4511. 4512. 4519. . 4523. 4504. 4525. 4515. better known? 4526. 4503. 4505. 4501. 4522. 029 Q: What town was the birthplace of William Shakespeare? A: Stratford-upon-Avon Q: What is the name of the Israeli Secret Service? A: Mossad Q: How was Eric Hugh Blair. 4530. 4498. 4516. 4510. 4506. 4521. 4531. 4508. 4514. 4507. A: David Beckam Q: To within 5000 what was the attendance at the 2002 World Cup Final? A: 69. 4502. 4499. 4518. born in 1903.A cup Q: How many leaves are there on a shamrock? A: 3 Q: What is the capital of Malta? A: Valetta Q: Which children's publisher has a red and black insect as its logo? A: Ladybird Q: When can you add two to eleven and get one as the correct answer A: On a 12 hour clock 4500.

. 4561. 4560. A: Nikita Khrushchev Q: Which was the first credit card? A: Diner's club Q: What is the purple ink used to stamp meat normally made from? A: The skins of dark grapes Q: Who is Bibendum better known as? A: The Michelin man Q: Who was the founder of Lotus Cars Ltd. 4535. 4559. 4543. 4562. 4554. 4558. 4542. 4545. 4565. 4547. 4564. A: Australia 4549. 4563. Q: Who was the leader of the USSR when Yuri Gagarin became the first man to go into space? (April 12 1961) 4550.4532. 4540. a one-eyed bearded old man was the most powerful god in which mythology? A: Norse Q: Which English scientist discovered Sodium. 4546. 4533. Q: Which Commonwealth country had the Prime Ministers Bill McMahon. 4556. 4555. Barium. Edward Whitlam and John Frasier in the 1970s? 4548. 4544. A: George Orwell Q: The Gobi desert covers territory in which two countries? A: China and Mongolia Q: Who managed the Beatles to stardom. Calcium and Magnesium? A: Sir Humphrey Davy Q: What term is used for the male voice higher than bass and lower than tenor? A: Baritone Q: In what year was Margaret Thatcher first elected as Britain's first female Prime Minister? A: 1979 Q: Which Premiership footballer has the real first name of Sulzeer? A: Sol Campbell 4534. 4541. A: Brian Epstein Q: Odin. 4551. 4557. 4536.? A: Colin Chapman Q: Who won the 1936 'Miss Hungary' title but had to give it up because she was under 16? A: Zsa Zsa Gabor Q: Why is the Empire State Building so called? A: Because new york is the empire state Q: What is the name of the dog in "Garfield"? A: Odie Q: What superhero lives at 321 Maple Street? 4552. 4553. 4537. 4538. 4539. Potassium.

4582. 4580. 4584. 4567. 4573. Q: What was the name of the father in the Addams family. 4590. 4576. White. A: Superboy Q: How many players are there in a Rugby League team? A: 13 Q: What vitamin do we get from sunlight? A: Vitamen D Q: Who is HAL's programmer in "2001: A Space Odyssey"? A: Mr. 4571. 4578.4566. 4581. 4591. 4585. 4598. 4596. . 4583. 4574. 4570. Q: Which sport was author Bill Bryson talking about when he said "It is the only sport in which spectators burn as many calories as players -. 4599. 4587. played by John Astin in the TV series? 4586. Langley Q: Who has managed both England and Australia's national football team? A: Terry Venables Q: Where is O'Hare International airport? A: Chicargo Q: Where would you find a fontanelle? A: It's a gap in an infant's skull Q: The Pillars of Hercules stands either side of which stretch of water? A: Straits of Gibraltar Q: In which Ian Fleming Novel did James Bond 1st appear? A: Casino Royal Q: The Tagus river runs through which European Capital? A: Lisbon 4568. 4569. 4593. 4577. A: Gomez Q: How many squares on Shogi (Japanese Chess) board? A: 81 Q: The Jack. 4579. 4572.more if they are moderately restless"? 4592. Queen & King show both eyes in which suit? A: Clubs 4588. 4595. Orange Q: A cow’s stomach has how many compartments? A: 4 Q: How many letters in the Greek alphabet? A: 24 Q: Which is the best Poker hand? 4594. A: Cricket Q: Which three colours appear on the flag of the Republic of Ireland? A: Green. 4597. 4575. 4589.

4613. 4617. 4616. 4632. 4605. 4604.A 4602. A: Royal flush Q: The space shuttle Columbia first flew in which year? A: 1981 Q: Guglielmo Marconi pioneered the development of what? A: Radio Q: How many throwing events are there in heptathlon? A: 52 Q: The cortex and medulla are parts of what organ? A: Kidney Q: In which country was London records founded in 1947? A: U. A: Egyption Q: What is the chemical symbol for Potassium? A: K Q: In which year was the summit of Mount Everest first reached? A: 1953 Q: The island of Bahrain is connected by a causeway to which country? A: Saudi Arabia Q: Florence Nightingale was a nurse during which war? A: The crimean war Q: What is the name of Sherlock Holmes's housekeeper? A: Mrs Hudson Q: What is the national airline of Israel? A: El Al Q: Who had a hit with "The Fastest Milkman in the West"? A: Benny Hill Q: In which country was the Battle of El Alamain fought? A: Egypt Q: Where is Orly airport? A: Paris Q: What is the name of the butler in the Addams family? A: Lurch Q: In 1929. 4620. 4615. 4618. 4625. who ordered the infamous St Valentines Day Massacre A: Al Capone 4614. 4634. 4610. 4627. 4623. 4611. 4628. 4601. 4607. 4621. 4619. 4606. 4608. 4633. 4622.S. 4631. 4609. 4629. Q: Anubis is the god of funerals who transports the souls of the dead to the other world in which ancient civilization? 4612. . 4630. 4603. 4624.4600. 4626.

4667. 4650. 4659. 4657. who played the Jackal? A: Edward Fox Q: With which branch of medicine is Mesmer associated? 4636. equestrianism Q: Precisely how many Bytes are in a Megabyte? A: 1. 4658. 4660. 4655. 4654. 4640.4635. 4663. 4653. 4666. 4656. 4669. 4643. 4664. 4639. what is the mother of invention? A: Necessity Q: What was the name of the first satellite to relay TV signals across the Atlantic Ocean? A: Telstar Q: Who played Bonnie when Warren Beatty played Clyde? A: Faye Dunaway Q: Which country is Luxembourg the capital of? A: Luxembourg Q: Which airship exploded in New Jersey in 1937? A: Hindenburg Q: In which three Olympic sports do men and women compete together? A: Yachting. 4641. 4642.576 Q: How many of Snow White's seven dwarfs had beards? A: Six (Dopey was the only one not to have one) Q: What is Winnie-the-Pooh's real name? A: Edward Bear Q: What is the colour of the number 13 on a roulette wheel? A: Black Q: If you throw a six with a dice. 4648. 4649. 4647. . 4644. 4665. 4637.048. 4645. 4662. Q: What do vertebrates have that invertebrates do not? A: A backbone Q: Who won seven gold medals at the 1974 Olympics? A: Mark Spitz Q: In movies what was Marrion Morrison’s stage name? A: John Wayne Q: What was Beethoven's first name? A: Ludwig Q: According to the proverb. shooting. what is the total of the other four visible faces A: 14 Q: Which black-bearded captain is TinTins friend? A: Captain Haddock Q: In the film "The Day of the Jackal". 4652. 4638. 4646. 4668. 4661. 4651.

4674. 4698. 4689. 4675. 4695. 4686. 4692. 4687. A: Hypnotism Q: Name the geological fault that runs the length of California? A: San andreas fault Q: What is the electrical unit of resistance? A: The ohm Q: Who formed the E-street Band as his backing group? A: Bruce springsteen Q: What is the most widely spoken language in Brazil? A: Portugese Q: How was Diana Prince better known? A: Wonder woman Q: Who wrote the Novel "You Only Live Twice"? A: Iam Fleming Q: How many pairs of ribs does a man have? A: 12 Q: If something is cooked 'au gratin' what must it contain? A: Cheese Q: What is the unit of currency in Israel? A: Shekel Q: How many strings does a Harp have? A: 47 Q: Originally registered as the Oxford Committee for Famine Relief. 4684. Gone In 60 Seconds and Lock. 4671. 4693. 4673. 4678. 4677. 4682. 4697. A: Silence of the Lambs . 4690. 4702. 4699. 4688. 4701.‘Manhunter’ based on the Book entitled Red Dragon by Thomas Harris is the correct answer Q: What is the name of the eldest son of the British Prime Minister? A: Euan Blair Q: Which clan were massacred at glencoe? A: The mcdonalds 4700. 4681. Stock and Two Smoking Barrels? 4694. Q: Who links the films Swordfish.4670. A: Vinnie Jones Q: No Longer called English league Division One what is it now called? A: Coca cola championship Q: Hannibal Lecter first made an appearance in which film? 4696. . 4680. 4676. 4691. 4679. what is it now called? A: OXFAM 4672. 4685. 4683.

4727. 4716. 4732. 4715.95 (3. A: Athletics and swimming . Q: In the 20th century. 4725. who were the only three England internationals to be named European footballer of the year? 4704. 4724.12 km) miles long? A: Monaco Q: What time does the clock on the Times newspaper show? A: 4. what would you be served? A: Raw fish Q: Where in Greece were the Ancient Olympics held? A: Olympia Q: What is a period of play in polo called? A: Chukka Q: What is the minimum number of degrees in a reflex angle? A: 181 Q: Who was the last Briton to win a men's singles title at Wimbledon? A: Fred Perry 4706. 4712. 4728. 4731. 4735.05 metres) Q: If you ordered Sushi in a Japanese restaurant. 4726. 4722. 4709.763 tonnes Q: What bird has two toes on each foot? A: Ostrich Q: What is a a bathometer A: It is an instrument for indicating the depth of the sea beneath a moving vessel. 4714. 4729. 4720. A: Kevin Keegan. 4718. tomorrow is another day” is the last line in which film? A: Gone with the wind Q: Which Grand Prix circuit is shortest at 1. Q: How high is the highest board in competition diving? A: 10 metres Q: Which world-famous European sporting track needs to be rebuilt every year? A: The cresta run Q: What is Bill Clinton’s middle name? A: Jefferson Q: “After all. Bobby Charlton Q: The largest ship of any kind has an unlaiden weight of how much? A: 564. 4707. 4705. 4730. 4713.30 Q: How high is the basket in Basketball? A: 10 ft (3. Q: What two sports are compulsory for any country wishing to enter the commonwealth games? 4736. 4719. 4710.4703. 4717. 4733. 4734. 4711. 4708. 4723. 4721. Stanley Matthews.

4768. and lively'. 4740. . 4756. 4753. A: Rosetta. 4763. 4751. 4746. 4764. 4766. founded in 1862? A: Notts county Q: How many time zones does mainland USA have? A: Four Q: How many islands make up the Calendar Islands in Casco Bay? A: 365 Q: Name the constellation of the Hunter? A: Orion Q: Give the musical term for 'brisk time. 4762. 4748. 4772. 4745. 4747. 4765. 4757. chocolate. 'The House of the Rising Sun' is in which city? A: New Orleans Q: What number on the Beaufort scale represents a "Calm" wind? A: 0 Q: Where was the Rosetta stone found? The key to Egyptian hieroglyphics. 4750. A: Allegro Q: Who is Popeye's adopted son? A: Swee' pea Q: What mammals can fly? A: Bats Q: In the phonetic alphabet. 4758. Egypt Q: What three flavours make up a neopolitan ice cream? A: Vanilla. 4771. 4761. Q: What is the first letter on the bottom line of a computer keyboard? A: Z Q: Boob Day is the Spanish equivalent of what in Britain? A: April fool's day Q: What American state is Silicon Valley in? A: California Q: What was the surname of Wendy & her brothers in Peter Pan? A: Darling Q: What is mined at Kimberley. 4739. 4741. 4755. 4744. Australia ? A: Gold Q: Which is the oldest club in the Football League. 4742. 4743. 4754. 4752.4737. stawberry 4738. 4769. 4749. 4770. 4759. 4767. 4760. what word represents the letter H ? A: Hotel Q: Who invented the bouncing bomb? A: Barnes Wallis Q: In the song.

what word represents the letter Z ? A: Zulu Q: The picture of which American President appears on the 1 dollar bill? A: Goerge Washington Q: Who did Mark Chapman kill in New York? A: John Lennon Q: How many strings has a Ukulele? A: 4 Q: Which month's name is derived from Julius Caesar A: July Q: Which brown bear befriended Mowgli? A: Baloo Q: What type of creature is a Pacific sea wasp? A: Jellyfish Q: Which was the second of the Star Wars films? A: The empire strikes back 4786. who were the only two teams to win all of their group matches? 4784. 4790. 4781. 4802. 4803. 4805. 4788. 4792. Q: In the 2002 World Cup finals. 4798. 4778. 4791. 4796. Q: Who won the Wimbledon women's singles most times in the 1980s? A: Martina Navratilova Q: After which famous person in history was the teddy bear named? A: Theodore Roosevelt Q: In the song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds". 4775. A: England and Portugal Q: To who does Pluto the dog belong? A: Micky mouse 4782. 4776. 4779. 4783. 4794. 4785. 4806. 4801. 4789. what kind of eyes did she have? A: Kaleidoscope 4774. 4787. Q: Which 2 European countries (excluding Switzerland which is neutral) have never been at war with each other? 4780. 4777. 4797. .4773. A: Brazil and Spain Q: The ancient city of Troy is in which modern country? A: Turkey Q: In which country was the boxer Evander Holyfield born? A: USA Q: What colour is pure molten gold? A: Green Q: In the phonetic alphabet. 4795. 4793. 4800. 4799. 4804.

4825. a bleaching agent and to purify water? A: Chlorine Q: What colour lenses are required to view a "3-D" film? A: Red & Green 4808. 4837. A: Rock Hudson Q: In Britain what must a location have to qualify for being a city? A: A cathedral (although Roman Catholic cathedrals are excluded) Q: What is the Cresta Run? A: A Toboggan Course Q: In modern times. 4839. 4835. 4809. 4838. 4811. Q: In physics. 4812. what letter is used to represent the constant that is equal to "9. 4821. 4828. 4834. 4823. 4819. . in 1995 due to an injured what? A: Thumb Q: How many squares are on a chessboard? A: 64 Q: Which element is used as a disinfectant. 4831. 4826. 4824. 4830. how often have the Olympic games been cancelled due to war? A: Three Q: Titan is a moon of which planet? A: Saturn Q: Who asked Rhonda for help? A: The Beach Boys Q: What do we call the paper which is used to test acid and alkali? A: Litmus Q: What is tattooed on Popeye's arm? A: An Anchor Q: If you have 'mal de mer' what are you suffering from? A: Sea sickness Q: What can dogs do that wolves cannot? A: Bark Q: What number is opposite a one on a dice? A: Six 4822. Q: Mike Tyson pulled out of a Fight with Buster Mathis Jnr. 4814. 4829.4807. 4813.80665 metres per second squared"? 4816. 4840. 4815. 4817. 4832. Q: Which Hollywood actor combined Gibraltar and a famous river to create his successful name? 4820. 4810. the acceleration of free fall) Q: After how many points do players change service in table tennis? A: 5 4818. 4836. 4827. A: G (constant is Earth's gravity pull. 4833.

4849. 4865. 4852. 4864. 4850. Q: In which sport would you have an Eskimo roll? A: Canoeing Q: What was the name of the little girl in 'The Addams Family'? A: Wednesday Q: n how many stone tablets were the Ten Commandments engraved? A: Two Q: Which insects communicate with one another by dancing? A: Bees Q: Who were the parents of Elizabeth I? A: Anne Boleyn & Henry VIII Q: Which element has the symbol Au? A: Gold Q: Who wrote the Tale of Peter Rabbit? A: Beartrix Potter Q: What is the name of Bill Clinton's daughter? A: Chelsea Q: What is the Roman name for the Greek god Eros? A: Cupid Q: To which actor is or was actress Joanne Woodward married? A: Paul Newman Q: The Great White Way is another name for which famous New York thoroughfare? A: Broadway Q: Which country had the first ski lift? A: Switzerland Q: In the phonetic alphabet. 4855. 4869. 4875. 4868. 4873. 4871. 4846. 4860. 4866. 4857. 4843. 4848. 4856. 4874. 4861. 4858. 4870. 4847. 4851. 4844. 4845. 4853.4841. 4854. 4859. what word represents the letter S? A: Sierra Q: What is the capital of Belgium? A: Brussels Q: Who was the last person to hold both the water & land speed records? A: Donald Cambell Q: In which country is La Stampa a national newspaper? A: Italy Q: Which singer starred in the film The Man Who Fell to Earth? A: David Bowie Q: Which dessert was created in honour of a prima ballerina? 4842. 4867. 4863. . 4862. 4872.

4892. 4899. 4879. 4889. 4902. 4884. 4877. 4881. 4883. 4891. 4886. 4893. 4904. Q: Which famous product was originally marketed as the “Esteemed Brain Tonic and Intellectual Beverage”? . 4887. A: The flying scotsman Q: Which bird turns its head upside down to eat? A: The flamingo Q: In which country did the word biscuit originate? A: France Q: What is the drink perry made from? A: Pears Q: On which Island is Wall Street? A: Manhattan Q: What is the correct name for theft from a consecrated building? A: Sacrilege Q: Who founded The Miss World Competition in 1951? A: Eric Morley Q: The House of Keys ceremony is held nightly at which London landmark? A: The tower of london 4896. Q: The 10. 4880. 4882. 4897. 4900.4876. 4895. A: Pavlova (a meringue cake with cream and fruit) Q: What is the currency of Russia? A: Rouble Q: Which planet does Superman come from? A: Krypton Q: In the USA what does the I stand for in CIA? A: Intelligence Q: Where is the Sea of Showers? A: On the moon Q: What was the occupation of the Shakespearean character “Shylock”? A: A money lender Q: A “yawl” is a type of what? A: A boat Q: Where in your body is your “fibula”? A: Leg Q: What is the name of a line on a map that joins places of equal height? A: Contour 4878. 4903. 4907. 4908. 4905.00 London King's Cross to Edinburgh express. inaugurated in June 1862. and a corresponding return train were popularly known simply as what? 4894. 4901. 4906. 4909. 4898. 4885. 4888. 4890.

4934. 4914. 4931. 4929. 4917.4910. Q: Which golden land or city was believed by the Spanish conquistadores to exist in the Amazon? 4922. 4940. 4941. 4942. 4925.Compound. 4919. 4926. 4916. 4937. simple & impacted? 4938. . What is the city? 4936. 4913. 4918. Q: The Manzanares river flows through the highest Capital city above sea level in Europe. A: Madrid Q: Which monkey possesses a blood factor that is shared with humans? A: Rhesus Q: Who sang "Walk on the Wild Side" in 1973? A: Lou Reed Q: Grapes are used to make wine but what is used as the basis of tequila? A: Cactus Q: What comes in the following forms . 4939. 4935. 4933. 4927. 4932. 4911. 4921. 4915. 4928. A: Coca-cola Q: Who said "Let them eat cake"? A: Marie Antoinette Q: In which novel does Fagin appear? A: Oliver Twist Q: What is the smallest nation in Africa? A: The Gambia Q: In which 1970's TV series did Michael Douglas first make his mark? A: The streets of san fransisco Q: What two colours is a Piebald Horse? A: Black and White 4912. A: El Dorado Q: Who was Liza Minnelli's mother? A: Judy Garland Q: How many varieties does Heinz claim to have? A: 57 Q: Addis Ababa is the capital of which country? A: Ethiopia Q: At which Grand Prix circuit was Ayrton Senna killed? A: San Marino Q: What is the name of the medical oath taken by doctors? A: Hippocratic oath Q: "The Devil's Picture Book" is a Puritan name for what? A: A pack of playing cards 4924. 4920. 4943. 4930. 4923.

4971. 4951. 4954. 4958. 4959. 4973. 4977. 4970. 4952. 4962. the first is called Ann. 4972. A: Fractures of the bone Q: Who was the author of Spy Catcher in 1987? It was banned by the British government. . 4953. 4978. 4955. A: Peter wright Q: Which county had a civil war in 1994 involving the Hutu and Tutsi peoples? A: Rwanda Q: What are the 2 official languages of Israel? A: Arabic and Hebrew Q: The Azores belong to which country? A: Portugal Q: Which sign of the Zodiac has an Archer as its symbol? A: Sagittarius Q: By what more common name are the 3rd Molars known? A: Wisdom teeth Q: What did China obtain in 1997 that they had been waiting 99 years for? A: Hong Kong Q: What is the maximum number of golf clubs a golfer is allowed to use in a game? A: 14 Q: Which creature lives on mulberry leaves? A: Silk worm Q: How many children did Maria have to look after in "The Sound of Music"? A: 7 4946. 4950. Q: Who sang the theme tune to the James Bond film. Q: Mary’s father has got four daughters. Dr No? A: Nobody – it was an instrumental! Q: How many legs has a tarantula? A: Eight Q: Which island was discovered on Christmas day? A: Cristmas island Q: How many players are there in an Australian Rules football team? A: Eighteen 4968. 4965. 4948. 4969. 4945. 4967. A: Mary Q: Which Caribbean island was devastated by a volcanic eruption in 1997? A: Montserrat Q: With which device are earthquakes recorded? A: Seismograph. 4956. 4974. 4963. what is the fourth daughter called? 4966. 4961. 4960. 4957. 4975. 4976. the second is called Anna and the third is called Annie. 4947. 4964.4944. 4949.

5004. 5002. 4998. 5005. 4996. 5003. 4995. 4981. 5000. 4989. 4984. 5011. 5001. 4986. 4997. 4990. 5007. 4999. 4987. 4991. 4993. 5010. 5012. 4982. 5006.347) Q: What quantity is measured in "Amperes"? A: Electric current Q: How did the dog Laika become famous? 4980. 4992. 4994. . 5013. 4983. 5009. 5008. 4985. Q: What was the former name of Ho Chi Minh City? A: Saigon Q: What sort of body fat produces a dimpled effect on the skin? A: Cellulite Q: What is the name given to an Indian who rides an Elephant? A: Mahout Q: What is the largest wild member of the dog family? A: Wolf Q: What number does the Roman numeral D stand for? A: 500 Q: When did Halley's Comet last appear? A: 1986 Q: How many dots are used in each letter in the Braille system? A: Six Q: In song which day has been recorded more than any other? A: Yesterday Q: What war began on 10 October 1899? A: The boer war Q: How many colours are there in the rainbow? A: Seven Q: Which duo was originally known as Tom and Jerry? A: Simon and Garfunkle Q: Which 70s film was most successful in terms of spin-off chart singles? A: Grease Q: The High Chaparral ranch was in which US state? A: Arizona Q: In Morse code what letter is represented by three dashes? A: 0 Q: What is the in international radio code for the letter Y? A: Yankee Q: How many yards or metres are there in a mile? A: 1760 or 1609(. 4988.4979.

an American supermarket owner. 5046. 5021. 5048. 5047. invent in 1937? A: The supermarket trolley Q: How many men have walked on the moon? A: 12 Q: Which element has the atomic Number 1? A: Hydrogen 5036. 5023. 5025. how long is a marathon? A: It's 26. 5035. 5040. A: Star trek Q: What is Andy Capp's wife called? A: Flo Q: What century did Christopher Columbus die in? A: The 16th Q: Which arm and which eye did Nelson lose in service? A: The right in both cases Q: Who was Henry VIII last wife? A: Catherine parr Q: What did Sylvan Goldman.2 miles. 5022. 5042.5014. 5030. 5032. 5031. 5029. . 5028. 5043. 5038. 5015. Q: Which two colours appear on the flag of Denmark? A: Red and white 5016. 5027. 5018. 5039. Q: Which extremely popular TV and movie series was originally created by Gene Roddenberry? 5034. 5017. 5020. 5044. 5024. 5026. aries and capricorn Q: To the nearest tenth of a mile. 5037. 5041. 5019. 5033. 5045. A: The first dog in space Q: Which Saints day falls on 30th November? A: St Andrew Q: What does Kamikaze mean in English A: Devine wind Q: Which metallic element has the chemical symbol Pb and atomic number 82? A: Lead Q: What was The Beatles' first UK No 1? A: From me to you Q: What was the name of the Hunchback of Notre Dame? A: Quazimodo Q: How many players make up a hurling team? A: 15 Q: Which 3 star signs are represented by horned animals? A: Taurus.

5060. 5078. 5074. 5070. 5055. 5079.5049. 5065. 5056. 5050. which letter would indicate the cold water tap? A: F Q: What is the name of the line that cuts a circle in half? A: Diameter Q: The eastern part of which country became the independent nation of Bangladesh? A: Pakistan Q: In 1925 The SS was formed in Germany what does it stand for? A: Schutzstaffel or ‘Protection Squad Q: Which Locomotive still holds the speed record for Steam Locomotives? A: Mallard at 126 miles per hour (203 km). 5080. Q: From which country does Grolsch lager originate? A: Netherlands Q: Which month is named after a 2 faced god? A: January Q: Which US state exports the most wine? A: California Q: What city is your destination if your baggage tag reads "JFK"? A: New york Q: Who was the first footballer to captain three FA Cup winning teams at Wembley? A: Bryan Robson Q: What colour is the zero on a roulette wheel? A: Green Q: In the movies. 5057. A: The Church of the Nativity . Q: What is the name of the church in Bethlehem that was besieged by the Israeli army in the glare of the world’s media for 39 days beginning on the 2nd April 2002? 5082. 5072. 5063. 5064. 5077. 5053. 5069. 5067. 5075. 5059. 5058. 5061. 5051. 5062. Louis. 5066. 5068. 5076. who was passenger 57? A: Wesley Snipes Q: Which member of the onion family is said to repel vampires? A: Garlic Q: What was Charles Lindberg's plane called? A: The spirit of St. 5071. 5054. 5052. 5073. 5081. Q: What is the correct name for a coffin made from stone? A: Sarcophagus Q: Which gas is responsible for global warming? A: Carbon dioxide Q: In a French hotel.

5101. 5093. 5117. Q: What is the Italian word for a set of Kettledrums? A: Tympani Q: What did the Tin Man ask the Wizard of Oz for? A: A heart 5084. 5115. 5105.5083. 5106. 5085. 5086. 5087. what was the daughter’s name? 5088. 5094. 5091. 5097. 5095. . 5103. 5099. Q: Various people have claimed to be the daughter of Tsar Nicholas II. 5092. 5096. A: Anastasia Q: Where in London is Traitor’s Gate? A: Tower of london Q: What's the 2nd heaviest land Animal? A: Hippo Q: Who played the title role in the film 'The American Gigolo'? A: Richard gere Q: What is the proper name for the rugby world cup? A: The William Webb Ellis Cup Q: Which country takes its name from a line of Latitude? A: Ecuador Q: What is the highest pitched woodwind instrument? A: Piccolo Q: Which country declared war on Britain & France in June 1940? A: Italy Q: What is the angle between the hands of a clock at 1 o'clock? A: 30 degrees Q: In the Bible. 5112. who was shot in 1918. 5107. 5104. 5114. “Not a lot of people know that”? A: Educating Rita Q: What is the usual title in Britain for the 1st Lord of the treasury? A: Prime minister Q: What is the official diameter of the centre circle on a soccer pitch? 5090. 5100. 5108. 5111. what battle will take place at the end of the world? A: Armageddon Q: Which is the highest natural singing voice? A: Soprano (also known as Castrato) Q: What unit of measure is usually used to describe sounds? A: Decibel Q: Who succeeded Adolf Hitler as the Fuhrer in 1945? A: Karl Danitz Q: In which film did Michael Caine say. 5113. 5109. 5110. 5098. 5102. 5089. 5116.

England. . what is at the other end A: Buckingham palace Q: Whose official residence is Lambeth Palace in London? A: Archbishop of Canterbury 5122. A: Henry VIII from Catherine of Aragon in 1532. 5123. Q: Which piece of kitchen equipment contains a magnetron? A: Microwave oven Q: What colour is the cross on the Swedish Flag? A: Yellow Q: Which two numbers used in conjunction mean ‘Message Understood’? A: 10/4 Q: What’s the highest civilian award for heroism in Britain? A: George cross Q: What is the southern limit of the Tropics called? A: Tropic of capricorn Q: Admiralty Arch is at one end of the Mall in London. Q: What name is given to the document given out by a political party before an election.3 metres) 5119. Who was the first? 5120. 5130. 5129. 5145. "Ladies and gentlemen start your engines"? 5144. 5149.5118. A: They were all host nations Q: What are the only self-cleaning organs on both men and women? A: The eyes Q: What were Little Boy and Fat Man? A: The 2 Atomic Bombs dropped on Japan 5140. 5135. 1966. 1978 and 1998? Uruguay. setting out its policies? 5136. She divorced from the Earl of Snowdon (Antony Armstrong-Jones) in 1978. 5148. 5132. 5143. 5141. 5150. 5125. 5127. Q: Which race (over 200 laps) is started with the words. 5147. Argentina and France. A: Manifesto 5137. A: Indianapolis 500 Q: In which nation is the largest residential palace in the world? A: Brunei (The Sultan) Q: What was Princess Diana's second name? A: Frances Q: What bodily function can exceed speeds of 200mph? A: Sneeze 5146. Italy. 5142. 5134. 1934. A: 20 yards (18. 5131. 5126. West Germany. 5124. 5138. 5139. Q: What links the football world cup winners of 1930. Q: Princess Margaret was the second member of the British royal family to divorce. 1974. 5128. 5133. 5121.

5172. 5163. A: Kylie Monogue Q: The marine mammal. Q: In 1991. Q: The 2001 movie Black Hawk Down was set against a true conflict between the USA and warlords in which African country? 5154. 5171. 5179. 5182. Emerald. 5175. 5160. he was half man and half what? 5174. Q: In Greek mythology Pan was the god of the woods. the dugong or manatee. Q: There are only 4 gemstones that can be called precious – the rest are semi-precious. 5167. Q: Which Japanese electronics firm is named after a word meaning sound? A: Sony 5152. 5165. who was voted "the most successful Australian to get to the top with the least ability" by students in Adelaide? 5178. what are the 4? 5162. 5157. 5169. .5151. fields & fertility. 5170. A: Goat Q: What lies between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario? A: The Niagra falls 5176. 5155. Ruby and Sapphire Q: What word is used for the letter 'O' in the phonetic alphabet? A: Oscar Q: What is the famous five-word catchphrase of American boxing MC Michael Buffer? A: Let's get ready to rumble Q: What is the study of insects called? A: Entomology Q: Credits on all Bond films finish with which same four words? A: James bond will return Q: In what country did Yasser Arafat’s funeral take place? A: Egypt 5164. A: Somalia Q: Where did King John set his seal to the Magna Carta? A: Runnymede Q: Who was the leader of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia? A: Pol pot Q: What was the Duke of Wellington nickname? A: The iron duke 5156. 5159. 5153. 5177. A: Diamond. 5166. 5173. 5168. 5158. is the supposed original of what? A: The mermaid Q: Which river flows through the Grand Canyon? A: Colorado 5180. 5181. 5161.

which letter of the alphabet is represented by a single dot? A: E Q: Miles Davis is famous for playing which musical instrument? A: Trumpet Q: Which actress played the role of Gertie (the little girl) in the film E. 5200. 5206.T. 5210. 5189. 5208. 5198. 5197. 5186. 5185. Q: Which island was awarded the George Cross in 1942? A: Malta Q: Who invented the pneumatic tyre? A: John Dunlop Q: What does a philographist collect? A: Autographs Q: Which chemical has the symbol CL? A: Chlorine Q: Who created the Muppets? A: Jim Henson Q: In which month of the year was Queen Elizabeth II born? A: April 21st 1926 Q: The initials ‘SNCF’ are associated with the railway in which country? A: France Q: In the 1820’s.? A: Drew Barrymore Q: Which car manufacturer invented safety belts in 1849? 5212. 5202. Q: In Morse Code. 5192. 5201. 5203. 5187. 5199. 5215. 5211. 5196. . 5191. 5214. 5209. 5216. 5207. 5205. 5217. 5193.5183. 5195. 5194. who designed the locomotive called the Rocket? A: Goerge Stephenson Q: Who won an Oscar for Best Actress for the film Sophie’s Choice? A: Meryl Streep Q: In which Dickens novel is the character Bill Sykes? A: Oliver Twist Q: Who wrote the waltz called the Blue Danube? A: Johann Strouss Q: Which football team used to play home games at Maine Road? A: Manchester city Q: Which house furnishing is associated with the town of Kidderminster? A: Carpets Q: Shylock and Portia are names of characters from which Shakespeare play? A: he merchant of Venice 5184. 5204. 5213. 5190. 5188.

5222. 5232. 5224. 5221. Venezuela and Argentina? A: Andes Q: In which US state is the ski resort of Aspen? A: Colorado Q: Who was the son of Zeus who killed Medusa? A: Persius Q: What is the technical term for the collarbone? A: Clavicle Q: What disease is an infection of the intestine caused by drinking dirty water? A: Cholera 5220. 5223. A: Tributary Q: Who was God speaking to from the burning bush? (A pub in the Old Kent Road) A: Moses Q: Who played the male and female lead roles in the film Grease? A: John Travolta and Olivia Newton John Q: Which song did Whitney Houston record for the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics? A: One moment in time 5248. 5239. 5251. 5237. A: Volvo Q: What is the highest rank available in the British Army? A: Field Marshall Q: Which organisation has the motto Fidelity. 5238. 5235. 5229. Q: What name is given to a river that flows into another river rather than flowing into a sea or lake? 5246. Peru. 5252. 5243. 5250. 5227. 5240. 5241. 5231. 5234. 5244. 5228. 5233. The Accused? A: Jodi Foster Q: In Roman Mythology. 5226. 5242.5218. 5249. 5230. Bravery and Integrity? A: The FBI Q: Who sang with Meatloaf on ‘Dead Ringer for Love’? A: Cher Q: Which naturalist was behind the theory of evolution by natural selection? A: Darwin Q: Who won the Best Actress Oscar for the 1988 film. 5245. 5247. 5225. 5219. 5236. . who was the messenger of the Gods? A: Mercury Q: Under which monument is the French tomb of the Unknown Soldier? A: Arc de triomph Q: What is the main ingredient of a Molotov cocktail? A: Petrol Q: Which mountain range runs through Columbia.

5259. 5256. 5266. 5263. 5255. 5257. 5275. 5265. what's the A: Indonesea Q: What kind of food is gravadlax? A: Smoked salmon. 5270. 5273. 5281. 5261. who was ‘King of the Fairies’? A: Oberon Q: Who played the title role in the film Spartacus? A: Kirk Douglas Q: What is the name of the F1 Grand Prix circuit in Germany? A: Hockenheim Q: Who played the DJ in the movie “Good morning Vietnam”? A: Robin Wiliams Q: According to legend. Papua New Guinea is one. 5258. 5271. Q: Who would study logarithms? A: Mathematicians Q: Who was known as "the third mate of an American tramp"? A: King Edward VIII (The duke of Windsor). which two animals have a race? A: The hare and the tortoise Q: Common Salt is a compound formed from 2 elements. 5268. other? 5280. 5264. with mustard Q: What was the name of the defoliant herbicide used in abundance by the US in Vietnam? A: Agent Orange Q: Who was the inventor of a system of short hand based on sounds instead of letters? A: Sir Isaac Pitman 5254. one is sodium what is the other? A: Chlorine Q: In a Mid summer nights Dream. 5286. 5274.5253. Q: Which singer has been ‘Bad’ and ‘Dangerous’? A: Michael Jackson Q: In which year did Margaret Thatcher resign as leader of the Conservatives? A: 1990 Q: What did the American settlers caller British troops during the War of Independence? A: Redcoats Q: In Aesop's fable. 5276. Q: Two countries occupy the island of New Guinea. 5277. 5284. 5278. 5267. 5283. in which town was Robin Hood born? A: Locksley Q: In professional boxing what is 36 feet the limit of? A: he length of a boxer’s bandages under his gloves. 5262. 5282. 5285. 5260. . 5269. 5272. 5279.

5302. 5295. 5300. 5304. 5289. 5309. 5313. 5292. 5318. 5305. 5298. 5293. Q: In April 2003. 5314. 5297. 5315. 5312. 5291. 5321. 5310. 5319. 5294. 5296. 5303. 5311.5287. Q: What is the more common name for a Polygraph? A: A lie detector Q: With what is Canon law concerned with? A: The Church Q: How many playing pieces are there in a set of Dominoes? A: 28 Q: Which Bond film was a hit for Sheena Easton? A: For your eyes only Q: What was Ghana's former name? A: Gold coast Q: In "Alice in Wonderland" what price did the Mad Hatter have on his hat? A: Ten and sixpence Q: The Great Fire of London broke out in a bakers shop in which street? A: Pudding lane Q: Who invented the pistol known as the revolver? A: Samuel colt Q: Who played the part of Cruella De Vil in the ‘96 Movie '101' Dalmatians? A: Glen Close Q: What does OPEC stand for? A: Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries Q: What is the name of Harry Potter's pet owl? A: Hedwig Q: Who is Secretary of State in the Bush Administration? A: Colin Powell Q: What's the term for water induction process in plants A: Osmosis Q: Where did Moses receive the Ten Commandments? A: Mount Sinai Q: What is the unit used to measure the thickness of silk or nylon? A: Denier Q: What is the name of the layer between the crust and the core of the Earth? A: Mantle 5288. 5306. 5307. who became the oldest man to be rated number one in the World Tennis Association rankings at the age of 33? 5320. A: Andre Agassi Q: Which French Phrase used in English means a false step or Mistake? . 5301. 5290. 5317. 5299. 5308. 5316.

the British Commandos became part of which military corps? A: Royal Marines Q: What did Siam change its name to? A: Thailand Q: Who was the first Bond girl? A: Usula Andress Q: In which sport is Chris Boardman famous? A: Cycling Q: Which sport did Maureen 'Little Mo' Connolly play? A: Tennis Q: John Parrot is a professional player in which sport? A: Snooker Q: In which sport would you find a Bomb. 5344. 5335. 5339. 5334. 5348. A: Faux pas Q: What was the name of the person who was always trying to kill Bugs Bunny? A: Elmer Fudd Q: Who wears The Fisherman’s Ring? A: The Pope Q: What is the name of the bone that extends from the shoulder to the elbow? A: Humerous Q: Steel is an alloy of which 2 substances? A: Carbon and Iron Q: What is the common name for Hansen's Disease? A: Leprosy Q: Who was Ronald Reagan’s Vice President? A: Goerge Bush senior Q: How is London Cathedral better known? A: St Paul's Q: Which doctor discovered Penicillin by accident? A: Dr Alexander Flemming Q: What is the bookmakers signalling system called? A: Tic Tac Q: After WW2.5322. 5352. 5355. 5342. 5343. 5326. 5337. 5346. a Blitz and a Shotgun? A: American Football Q: In English football who is Uriah Rennie? A: He became the first black referee in the English Premier League in 1997 5324. 5356. 5338. 5330. 5354. . 5353. 5328. 5325. 5333. 5327. 5341. 5349. 5347. 5350. 5336. 5345. 5329. 5340. 5351. 5331. 5332. 5323.

set in the 1950s. 5370. 5372. starred Morgan Freeman. 5380. 5361. 5375. 5389. 5391. . 5376. 5377. 5385. 5365. 5383.5357. 5382. 5373. Q: What 1990 film told of a boy’s experience when two men break into his house during Christmas? 5384. 5363. 5368. and Jessica Tandy? A: Drving miss Daisy Q: What are the names of the five Great Lakes in North America? 5386. 5387. 5367. 5390. A: Home alone Q: In which film did Lee Marvin and Clint Eastwood sing? A: Paint your wagon Q: Dustin Hoffman played a character suffering from Autism in which Film? A: Rain man Q: Which film. Q: Who won what was billed as the fight of the century on 8 March 1971? A: Joe Frazier Q: Which country's rugby team is known as the Pumas? A: Argentinia Q: Which Formula 1 driver who was Champion in 1976 died suddenly in 1993? A: James Hunt Q: Name the golf course over which the US Masters is played? A: Augusta National Q: What musical instrument did Sherlock Holmes play? A: Violin Q: What would you do if you found the instruction 'Da Capo' on a piece of music? A: Repeat it from the begining Q: Three or more tones sounded simultaneously is a what? A: Chord Q: Who had a hit with "The Fastest Milkman in the West"? A: Benny Hill Q: What inspired the Beatles to call themselves the Beatles? A: Buddy holly's crickets Q: What actress is thought to be the first woman to wear trousers? A: Katherine Hepburn Q: In which film do Paul Newman & Robert Redford jump into a river holding hands? A: Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid Q: Which actress starred alongside Bruce Willis in the film Twelve Monkeys? A: Madelaine Stowe Q: Which film gave Jack Nicholson his first Oscar? A: One flew over the cuckoo’s nest 5358. 5359. 5388. 5371. 5374. 5366. 5364. 5362. 5369. 5381. 5378. 5379. 5360.

5407. 5425. 5414. 5395. Michigan.5392. What was it? 5426. 5403. 5399. 5417. 5424. 5409. the Netherlands achieved independence from which country? A: Spain Q: The American M4 tank was better known by a General's name. Q: The V1 flying bomb used by the Germans against London and Southern England in 1944 was given a more popular name by the British people. 5412. 5393. 5419. A: Doodlebug . A: New Zealand Q: Which port is the largest city in Pakistan? A: Karachi Q: What is the most southerly point of England called? A: Lizard point Q: Lanzarote and Tenerife are part of which group of islands? A: Canary Islands Q: Which country has the longest coastline in the world? A: Canada Q: f Alaska is the biggest state in America. 5421. A: Erie. 5402. 5423. 5416. 5397. 5396. What was it? A: Sherman Q: What was Operation Sea Lion in the Second World War? A: The German invasion of Britain Q: In which year was Nelson Mandela released after 27 years in prison? A: 1990 5394. 5411. 5408. 5420. Superior and Ontario Q: Which country's name means The Saviour? A: El Salvador Q: Which English speaking country elected two consecutive female Prime ministers. 5400. 5401. Huron. 5410. 5415. 5422. 5413. what is second biggest? A: Texas Q: In which ocean is the island group the Maldives? A: The Indian ocean Q: Which mountain range separates France and Spain? A: Pyrenees Q: Which agreement resulted in the splitting of Germany? A: The Yalta agreement (February 4 to 11 1945) Q: Who first claimed Australia for Britain in 1770? A: Captain James Cook Q: Who was the last English King to die in battle? A: Richard III at the battle of Bosworth Field in1485 Q: In 1579. 5406. 5418. 5405. 5404. 5398.

5435. produced by rotting vegetation. 5459. 5444. 5453. wisp? 5434. (i woulda thought uranus) Q: Juventus is a famous soccer club from which city? A: Turin Q: hich European country was the first to give women the right to vote? A: Finland Q: In the Catholic faith. 5436. 5437. 5457. 5446. 5433. 5461. 5430. 5443. 5441. at what age is a child said to attain the age of reason"? A: 7 Q: Which country has the second highest population in the world? A: India Q: What is the standard distance for all rowing events in the Olympics? 5428. 5458. 5429. 5439. causes the phenomenon known as will o’ the A: Methane Q: Which element is used in the manufacture of computer microprocessors? A: Silicon Q: What is the only planet to rotate clockwise? A: Venus Q: In relation to power what is the equivalent of 746 watts? A: 1 horse power Q: Who was the first to suggest using contact lenses to improve vision? A: Leonardo da vinci Q: What is the most common transplant operation? A: The Bone graft Q: What does the chemical symbol fe2o3 represent? A: Rust Q: Which element is used to treat indigestion and stomach acidity? A: Magnesium Q: What is -459. 5454. 5431. . 5456. 5445. 5438. 5432. 5452. 5448. Q: What century old product was originally promoted with the slogan A: The Kodak camera Q: Who were the parents of Elizabeth I? A: Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII Q: What is studied in the science of cryogenics? A: Very low temperatures Q: What gas. 5449. 5440.7ºf also know as? A: Absolute zero Q: What planet has the strongest surface winds in the solar system? A: Neptune. 5455. 5460.5427. 5451. 5442. 5450. 5447.

5479. 5473. 5478. 5469. 5491. 5492. A: Unchained Melody (Jimmy Young. 5481. 5493. 5484. 5490. of the circle from which a discus is thrown? A: 2. Robson & Jerome. Death and Pestilence collectively known? A: The four Horsemen of the Apocalypse Q: What seven words provide the opening line of the Shakespeare play Richard III? A: Now is the winter of our discontent Q: The theme from which Bond movie was performed by Carly Simon? A: The spy who loved me Q: Name two of the 3 American states that begin with the letter O. Famine. 5489. 5482. Q: Who was flattened by Dorothy’s house in The Wizard Of Oz? A: The wicked witch of the east Q: What was John Adams the 2nd of? A: 2nd President of USA Q: What is the diameter in metres. 5480. 5486. 5496. 5495. 5485. Oklahoma & Ohio Q: In which novel did the character of Sir Danvers Carew meet a violent death? A: Dr. 5474. 5467. 5465. 5487. 5477. a hit for Petula Clark was actually written by Charlie Chaplin? A: This is my song 5472. . 5471. A: 2000 metres Q: Which city was devastated by an earthquake in September 1985? A: Mexico city Q: Quito is the capital of which South American Country A: Ecuador Q: Who is the Egyptian sun god? A: RA 5464. A: Oregon. 5476. 5466.5 Q: What is a bowler hat called in the USA? A: A Derby Q: Who was the biggest selling female artist in America in the 1990s? A: Mariah Carey Q: Which John Steinbeck novels was adapted into a film starring James Dean? A: East of eden Q: How are War. 5468.5462. 5494. Q: Which is the only song to have been number 1 in the charts for 4 different artists in 4 separate decades? 5470. Jekyll & Mr Hyde Q: Which tune. 5488. 5463. Gareth Gates) Q: What historic event happened on Sunday 31st August 1997? A: Princess Diana was killed in a car crash. 5475. 5483. Righteous Brothers.

Q: In which film did Tom Hanks find himself alone on a remote desert island? A: Castaway Q: What did the USA pay 2 cents an acre for? A: Alaska Q: Which song holds the record of 16 consecutive weeks at number one in Britain? A: Everything I do (I do it for you) Q: Who was the first black footballer to represent England at full international level? A: Viv Anderson Q: What is the only fruit that grows its seeds on the outside? A: Strawberry Q: Which song are these words from? “You painted up your lips and curled your tinted hair” A: “Ruby Don’t Take Your Love To Town” Q: What pop singer is famous for "the night they drove old dixie down"? A: Joan Baez Q: What country western singer became a grandmother for the first time at the age of 29? A: Loretta Lynn Q: From what performer did Elvis Presley pick up his pelvic gyrations? A: Bo Diddley Q: Which group had a top ten hit in 1980 with the song “To Cut A Long Story Short”? A: Spandau Ballet Q: How is Stuart Goddard better known in the world of pop music? A: Adam Ant 5498. 5518. 5519. 5505. 5508. 5523. 5529.E. 5507. 5515. 5500. A: Jealous guy.5497. 5503. A: R. 5510. Q: What American band have released the albums "Out of Time" and "Automatic for the People"? 5520. 5524. 5506.M Q: With which instrument is American B B King chiefly associated? A: Guitar Q: Which female singer recorded "Heaven is a place on earth"? A: Belinda Carlisle 5522. 5499. 5502. 5509. 5530. 5514. Q: “I was dreaming of the past and my heart was beating fast” are lyrics from which major hit song? 5526. 5511. 5513. 5504. Q: The Curtis cup is awarded in which sport? A: Golf Q: In which year did Roger Bannister run the first mile in under 4 minutes? A: 1854 5528. 5525. 5527. 5517. 5521. . 5501. 5512. 5516.

5533. 5561. sing at the Salzburg Festival? 5544. 5535. 5534. 5547. 5563. 5545. 5552. 5559. . 5553. Q: An Irish game. 5556. is played with a wooden club or stick and a ball. 5538. What is with Irish version called? 5540. on the run from the Nazis. 5564. Q: In which film does a nun. A: The sound of music Q: Who played Popeye in the movie of the same name? A: Robin Williams Q: What was the relationship between Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia? A: Brother and Sister Q: Who starred in the movie Liar Liar? A: Jim Carey Q: Tom Cruise played Vietnam veteran Ron Kovic in what movie? A: Born on the 4th of July Q: With which actor did John Travolta exchange faces in the movie Face Off? A: Nicholas Cage Q: Who starred in the movies Trading Places and The Nutty Professor? A: Eddie Murphy Q: What movie launched Buzz Lightyear on the world? A: Toy Story Q: In which James Bond Film did Oddjob appear? A: Goldfinger Q: In Disneys Lion King who ends the Film as king? A: Simba Q: Who is the patron saint of Scotland? A: St Andrew 5546. similar to the Scottish sport of shinty. 5548. 5557. Q: In 1956 where were the Melbourne Olympic Equestrian events held? A: Stockholm Q: Who was the England soccer captain at the start of 2001? A: David Beckham Q: What shape is a sumo wrestling area? A: Round Q: What 2 sports comprise the Biathlon? A: Cross Country skiing and rifle shooting 5532.5531. 5560. 5543. 5541. 5537. 5549. 5554. 5551. 5539. 5550. 5558. and accompanied by a group of children. A: Hurling Q: Apart from Scotland in which other Country is Curling a popular sport? A: Canada 5542. 5555. 5536. 5562.

created by French monks. 5572. 5577. such as plums. 5575.5565. 5597. 5595. 5579. 5588. cherries and olives Q: What is Bombay duck? A: Dried salted fish Q: What is gin. 5570. 5596. 5591. 5573. club soda and sugar? A: A tom Collins Q: What fruit was originally called the Chinese gooseberry? A: Kiwi fruit Q: What anima’s milk is used to make authentic Italian mozzarella cheese? A: Water buffalo Q: What is commonly used in a rectifier to convert alternating current to direct current? A: Diode 5582. 5581. 5586. 5569. 5598. 5590. apricots. A: Pretzel Q: What does VVSOP mean on a cognac bottle? A: Very very superior old pale Q: Who first developed frozen foods? A: Clarence Birdseye in 1930 Q: Cleopatra used the juice of what common salad ingredient to preserve her skin? A: Cucumber Q: What are drupes? A: Any single pitted fruit. . 5578. 5576. 5594. 5584. 5589. 5592. Q: Which entertainer was nicknamed Satchmo? A: Louis Armstrong Q: At which event did the ants dance with the fleas? A: The ugly bug ball Q: What are the three Cardinal Virtues? A: Faith. Q: This food. 5568. 5571. 5567. peaches. 5583. 5593. 5585. 5587. what is it? 5580. 5574. hope & charity Q: How is Saint Sylvester’s Day otherwise known? A: New years eve Q: Which fictional TV character was born on a planet called Gallifrey? A: Doctor who Q: In the Bible who were the parents of Cain & Abel? A: Adam and Eve Q: Which city in England had the Roman name Eboracum? A: York 5566. was designed to resemble a little child’s arms in prayer. lemon or lime.

5615. 5622. 5617. charcoal and sulphur? A: Gunpowder Q: Who performed the first human heart transplant? A: Doctor Christian Barnard Q: What is mixed with steel to make it stainless? A: Chromium Q: How can you tell the sex of a horse by its teeth? A: Males have 40. . 5609. 5606. 5618. 5613. 5623. My Last.5599. 5627. 5630. My Everything'? A: Barry White Q: Which European capital city is heated by volcanic springs? A: Reykjavik Q: How many Von Trapp children were there in the Sound of Music? 5616. 5629. A: Prefrontal lobotomy Q: What was the name of the ship in which the Pilgrim Fathers set sail in 1620? A: The mayflower Q: What does an 'oologist' (pronounced oo-all-o-gist) collect or study? A: Bird eggs Q: What is the cooking technique whereby vegetables are cut into narrow fine sticks? A: Julienne Q: Who was known as the demon barber of Fleet Street? A: Sweeney Todd Q: St Patrick rid Ireland of what according to legend? A: Snakes Q: Which is the only vertebrate capable of sustained flight? A: Bat Q: In which country is the Black Forest? A: Germany Q: Which 2 US cities are associated with famous marathon races? A: New York and Boston Q: Which soul singer had a hit with 'You're My First. 5628. 5605. 5631. 5614. 5602. 5611. 5619. 5610. 5624. 5603. 5626. 5607. 5620. females 36 Q: What are the only 2 mammals to lay eggs rather than give birth to live offspring? A: Duckbilled platypus and the spiny anteater 5600. 5621. 5608. 5632. Q: For what operation was Antonio de Egas Moniz of Portugal awarded the Nobel prize for medicine in 1949? 5612. 5633. 5604. 5625. 5601. Q: What name is given to calcite deposits suspended from cave roofs? A: Stalactites Q: What is the mixture of potassium nitrate.

Arizona. 5642. 5658. 5660.700 kg at birth. 5644. 5635. In the first 7 to 8 months they reach 16 metres and weigh about 21. 5656. which river is more than a mile wide? A: Moon River Q: What type of animal is an Ibex? A: Mountain Goat Q: Kiki Dee's biggest UK hit in 1976 was a duet with whom? A: Elton John Q: What would you keep locked away in a Tantalus? A: Decanters Q: How many US States names begin with the letter 'A'? A: 4 . 5665. 5646.Alaska. 5638.8 metres and 2. Q: What name is given to the medical condition when you suffer from a dangerous loss of body heat? 5664. 5657. 5655.000 kg Q: Which country is directly east of Chile? A: Argentina Q: What is Chowder? A: Soup Q: What is 'Vermicide' used to kill? A: Worms Q: In which country is Saragosa? A: Spain Q: At whom did Nel Gwyn flash her oranges and later become his mistress? A: Charles II Q: Fats Waller is famous for playing which musical instrument? A: Piano Q: In the song. Alabama. 5637. . 5661. 5641. 5653.5634. 5662. 5663. 5648. 5649. 5652. 5645. 5643. 5667. 5639. A: Blue Whale . Arkansas Q: Which imaginary line follows the 180 degrees line of longitude? A: International Date Line 5640. 5659. A: 7 Q: The Pillars of Hercules stands either side of which stretch of water? A: Straits of Gibraltar Q: Which creature gives birth to the largest young? 5636. 5651. 5654. 5650. A: Hypothermia Q: Who did Bill Clinton beat when he stood for president first time round (1992)? A: George Bush Q: How many faces does a dodecahedron have? 5666. 5647.

5675. 5686. 5681. 5692. what kind of creatures are Bilbo and Frodo Baggins A: Hobbits 5670. 5684. 5676. Q: Published in September 2003. 5696. 5678. 5697. who was the author of the children's book "The English Roses"? 5702. 5688. 5701. 5691. 5669. 5680. 5695. 5700. 5677. Belgium and Switzerland? A: French Q: Of which Asian country was Benazir Bhutto a former Prime Minister? A: Pakistan Q: How did Al Capone die? A: Syphilis Q: What is the study of plants called? A: Botany Q: Which snooker player was also known as the Hurricane? A: Alex Higgins Q: Which species of animal contains the most poisonous animal in the world? A: Frogs Q: What is the Russian word for citadel? A: Kremlin Q: In books by JRR Tolkien. 5698. 5694. 5693. 5689. 5683. 5671. 5673. 5699. 5679. A: Madonna .5668. 5674. 5682. 5690. 5685. 5672. A: 12 Q: In what year did Neil Armstrong land on the moon? A: 1969 (July 20th) Q: Who was made England's youngest football manager in 1996? A: Glen Hoddle Q: What is the capital of Columbia? A: Bogota Q: Who had hits with 'I Am a Rock' and 'The Boxer'? A: Simon and Garfunkel Q: A 'Turks Head' is a type of what? A: Knot Q: Which country is associated with the anthem 'Land of My Fathers'? A: Wales Q: Who is the Captain that hunts Moby Dick in the Hermann Melville novel? A: Captain Ahab Q: Who was the Greek God of sleep? A: Hypnos Q: Which language is an official language of Canada. 5687.

A: Pestilence. A: Pablo Picasso Q: What is actually the real name of Leonardo Davinci's "Mona Lisa" A: La gioconda Q: Who wrote Lord of the Flies? A: William Golding Q: Who wrote les Miserables? A: Victor Hugo Q: In the Robin Hood stories. Q: There are Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Gabriel. 5721. 5717. A: Easter. 5728.) X-rated film to have won the Best Film Oscar? A: Midnight Cowboy 5734. The Last Woman on Earth. 5720. and Zadkiel. Q: The shortest verse in the Bible consists of two words: What are they? A: "Jesus wept" (John 11:35). 5730. who governed the vernal equinox. Q: How many plagues of Egypt were there in the Bible? A: Ten Q: In the Bible. 5711. A: Michael. Q: One of the holiest Christian holidays is named after a pagan goddess.5703. It derives from the Anglo-Saxon goddess Eostre. 5729. 5716. Uriel. Famine. and Atomic Café? 5732. and Death. Jophiel. Café Flesh. founded the style cubism in the early 20th century? 5704. Planet of the Apes. Give me any two. Q: What do the following films have in common: When the Wind Blows. 5726. War. 5718. (and so far only. 5712. 5725. named in the Bible's Book of Revelations. what is the real name of little John? A: John Little Q: What does the word Amen mean? A: So be it Q: There are seven archangels. Which holiday? 5706. A: All post nuclear holocaust Q: Which was the first. . 5710. 5709. Give me two. 5714. 5715. Chamuel. 5708. 5733. 5727. Q: Which painter. along with Georges Braque. Raphael. 5731. 5719. 5713. whose wife turned into a pillar of salt? A: Lots Q: The bible begins with which 3 words? A: In the beginning Q: What is the first book of the Bible? A: Genesis 5722. 5724. 5705. 5707. 5723.

. 5767. Q: In the films of the same name. 5760. 5758. 5741. 5751. 5744. a story set in 19th century New Mexico where the father works with estranged daughter Blancette to get her kidnapped child back? 5746. 5742. 5765. 5759. and 'The Blue Angel'? 5736. 5755. 5752. Q: Which actor plays Cate Blancette’s father in the 2004 film “The Missing”. 5745. 5763. 5737. 5739. 5753. A: Tommy Lee Jones Q: What color are salmon eggs? A: Orange Q: How many days does a cat stay in heat? A: 5 Days Q: What (domestic) animal gives us the most by-products? A: Pig Q: What do snakes use their tongues for? A: Hearing Q: What (sea) creature has the largest eye of any animal? A: The giant squid Q: Which is the smallest breed of dog? A: Chihuahua Q: What is the basic monetary unit of Argentina? A: The austral Q: What country has the world's oldest surviving parliament? A: Iceland Q: What nation do we have to thank for Florida's orange crop? 5748.5735. 5743. A: Nightclubs Q: For which film did Bryan Adams write "(Everything I do) I do it for you"? Full title please. Dick's novel "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep"? A: Bladerunner 5738. . A: Spain. A: Robin Hood. 5757. 'The Blue Dahlia'. 5764. what are 'The Blue Gardenia'. 5761. 5740. 5749. 5754. 5747. Who are they better known as? A: Mel Brooks and Anne Bancroft Q: What is the name of the scientist who produces James Bond's gadgets? A: Q Q: Which film was based on Philip K. 5750. 5762. 5756. every 17th century explorer was required to bring 100 orange seeds with him to the new world Q: How many time zones are there in China? A: One Q: What country was once known as the Batavian republic? 5766. Prince of thieves (in 1991) Q: Melvin Kaminsky is married to Anna Maria Italiano.

Q: There are three forms of heat transference. A: The pupil of his eye Q: Which Gas does the process of Photosynthesis produce? A: Oxygen 5786. 5789. A: The Netherlands Q: Which continent is the only one to have no glaciers? A: Australia Q: Where are the headquarters of Interpol located? 5770. 5787. 5776. cloud . and is the permanent administrative headquarters. 5772. Q: By multiplying a number by 9. 5769. 5781. 5785. but the general secretariat.a suburb of Paris. 5775. A: Gene Q: In which US state is Detroit? A: Michigan 5798. A: Celsius to Fahrenheit Q: What do your platelets do? A: Assist in blood clotting Q: Amino acids are essential for the formation of what in the body? A: Proteins 5790. is based in Lyons. 5777. Q: What is produced by the rapid expansion of atmospheric gases suddenly heated by lightning? 5782. conduction and convection are two. dividing by 5 and adding 32. 5778. A: Operationally it is in St. 5797. Italy? A: The historical museum of spaghetti Q: The name of what South American capital city means "I see the hill"? A: Montevideo. 5791. A: Radiation 5795. . 5792. A: Thunder 5783. what conversion have you achieved? 5788. which is the third? 5794.5768. 5793. 5771. 5773. Uraguay Q: What country's flag consists of a single solid color? A: Libya (it’s green) Q: What's the Chemical symbol for Potassium? A: K 5774. Q: What unusual museum is located in Pontedassio. 5780. 5779. Q: Which part of a man’s body enlarges by up to 8 times when he sees an attractive female? 5784. Q: In human Biology what is a unit of inherited material that contains a particular characteristic? 5796.

5821. 5816. 5801. who starred opposite Keanu Reeves? A: Al Pacino Q: What was Mickey Mouse’s originally going to be called? A: Mortimer Q: Of what is Bamboo the tallest variety in the world? A: Grass Q: Which mode of transport did Christopher Cockerell invent in the 1950’s? A: Hovercraft Q: Golda Meir was the first female Prime Minister of which country? A: Israel Q: Who wrote ‘Under Milk Wood’? A: Dylan Thomas Q: In which year did the UK hand over Hong Kong sovereignty to China? A: 1997 (June 30th) Q: What is the surname of Clint Eastwood's Dirty Harry film character? A: Callaghan Q: What is a puppet worked by strings called? A: Marionette Q: Who was famous for his theory of gravity and 3 laws of motion? A: Sir Isaac Newton Q: What breed of dog is the tallest in the world? A: Irish Wolfhound Q: What is the name for an animal that only feeds on plants? A: Herbivore Q: Who is associated with the quote ‘A horse. 5826. 5806. 5814. 5812. 5811. 5803. 5827. 5809. 5804. 5832. 5817. 5820. my kingdom for a horse’? A: King Richard III Q: Which novelist also wrote under the pseudonym Currer Bell? A: Charlotte Bronte Q: Tripoli is the capital of which country? A: Libya 5800. 5833. a horse. 5822.5799. 5813. 5830. 5829. 5802. 5815. Q: Which 20th Century author wrote ‘All animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others’? . 5819. 5831. 5805. 5808. 5824. 5825. 5810. 5823. Q: From which bean is chocolate made? A: Cocoa Q: Which bacteria is responsible for typhoid and food poisoning? A: Salmonella Q: In the film the Devils Advocate. 5807. 5828. 5818.

5868. in 1581? A: Sir Francis Drake Q: Who discovered Victoria Falls in 1855? A: Dr.5834. . Randolph. David Livingstone Q: What are the Latter Day Saints otherwise known as? A: Mormons Q: One carat. 5853. 5838.Lake Baikal. 5844. 5864. 5863. Mary) Q: What type of creature is an albacore? A: Fish Q: What is the capital of the Philippines? A: Manila Q: From which country does the drink Kvass originate? A: Russia Q: What does IBM (the IT systems company) stand for? A: International Business Machines Q: What part of the body does Keratitis affect? A: The eye (inflammation of the cornea) Q: Where is the deepest lake in the world? A: Siberia (Russia . 5849. 5852. 5837. Rudolph Hess. 5843. 5859. 5846. 5861. 5839. 5835. 5860. 5. 5866. 5862. 5856. 5850. 5867. 5857. the Golden Hind. 5855. 5840. Marigold. as in gemstone measurement is the equivalent of how many milligrams? A: 200 Q: Who was the Greek goddess of divine punishment? A: Nemesis Q: How many children did Winston Churchill (British Prime Minister) have? A: Five (Diana. 5842. 5865. 5851. A: Goerge Orwell Q: What is the name of the gelling agent used to make jellies? A: Gelatine Q: From which fruit is the drink Calvados made? A: Apples Q: Who founded the Boy Scouts movement? A: Lord Blade Powell Q: From which planet did Spock come in Star Trek? A: Vulcan Q: In which country was Hitler’s deputy. captured by the Allies in 1941? A: Scotland Q: Who was knighted aboard his ship.712ft deep) 5836. 5858. 5848. 5841. 5847. Sarah. 5854. 5845.

5880. 5890. what does ‘DC’ stand for? A: Direct Current Q: What is hydrophobia more commonly known as (clue: it’s not the fear of water)? A: Rabies Q: What animal has Indian. 5893. 5895. 5876. 5900. 5878. 5882. 5899. 5896. 5879. place? 5892. 5887. 5886. 5883. 5884. 5881. 5888. 5873. 5894. 5872. 5897. African. 5875. 5889.5869. Q: What country has the international car registration EAK? A: Kenya Q: Who is credited with the inventions of the Wellington Bomber and the bouncing bomb? A: Barnes Wallace Q: Which gas makes up approximately 21% of air? A: Oxygen Q: In physics. 5885. 5903. 5891. Peru. the first British experiment with what kind took A: The first British Nuclear Bomb Q: In what year did America gain independence from Britain? A: 1776 Q: What was the name of the mail service in the US that ran from Missouri to California? A: Pony Express Q: Which company introduced teabags to the UK in 1952? A: Tetley Q: Which famous American actor’s name is an anagram of ‘OLD WEST ACTION’? A: Clint Eastwood Q: Name 2 of the 4 countries that form the West Coast of South America? A: Chile. 5902. 5871. 5874. 5901. 5877. Black and Broad Lipped varieties A: Rhinoceros Q: What is the parliament building in Northern Ireland called? A: Stormont Q: What is Europe’s largest inland port? A: Hamburg Q: What is the capital of the Isle of Man? A: Douglas Q: Who wrote Death on the Nile? A: Agatha Christie Q: Which ship left England in December 1787 under the command of Captain William Bligh? A: HMS Bounty Q: On the Monte Bello islands in 1952. 5898. Colombia and Equador Q: What aid to criminal investigation did Sir Francis Galton introduce? 5870. .

5913. 5927. 5926. 5917. 5924. 5931. 5925. 5915. 5929. 5923. 5908. A: Fingerprints Q: In which American City was there a famous ‘Tea Party’ in 1773? A: Boston Q: Which precious metal has the symbol Pt? A: Platinium Q: Which mountains form a border between France and Spain? A: Pyrenees 5906.5904. 5905. 5936. 5911. 5933. 5918. 5930. 5910. 5937. 5934. 5935. . 5907. 5928. 5919. 5932. 5921. 5938. 5920. 1883? A: Orient Express Q: In which country is the city of Najaf? A: Iraq Q: Who wrote a famous diary about her life in hiding from the Nazis in Amsterdam? A: Anne Frank Q: Which of the Dinosaurs had armoured skin? A: The Stegosauru Q: Jay Haas plays which sport? A: Golf 5914. 5909. 5916. Q: Under what name did boxer Muhammed Ali first win the World Heavyweight Championship? 5912. 5922. A: Cassius Clay Q: How many English Kings have been called Henry? A: 8 Q: What extinct creature got its name from the Portuguese word for stupid? A: Dodo Q: What is a quadruped? A: Any four footed animal Q: In which sport is the Stanley Cup awarded? A: Ice Hockey Q: What has been described as the song that is sung the most? A: Happy Birthday Q: Which Prime Minister persuaded Queen Victoria to take the title 'Empress Of India' ? A: Disraeli Q: Who succeeded Moses as leader of the Israelites? A: Joshua Q: Who wrote The Jungle Book? A: Rudyard Kipling Q: What first left Gare de l'Est in Paris on October 4th.

they are now called Assistant Referees – what are they called in rugby? A: Touch Judges Q: Where were the Summer Olympics held in both 1908 and 1948? A: London 5954. 5970. 5956.85 ounces)? 5958. 5967. Q: Before the start of which annual sporting event do the team captains toss up using an 1829 sovereign? 5952. 1716? 5964. 5962. . 5963. 5948. A: Squash Q: Which Olympic sport needs a planting box? A: Pole Vault Q: From which prison did Ronnie Biggs (great train robber) make his escape? A: Wandsworth Q: What was the name of Lord Nelson's flagship that was launched at Chatham in Kent in A: HMS Victory Q: The Eastern bloc countries signed which famous 'pact' on 25th May 1955? A: The Warsaw Pact. 5946. 5955. Q: What is the most common colour that appears in the flags of the world? A: Red Q: What is the chemical symbol for Tin? A: Sn Q: What nationality is the tennis player David Nalbandian? A: Argentinean Q: Where were the 1970 football World Cup finals held? A: Mexico Q: What sport is Frank Nobilo associated with? A: Golf Q: Why is or was John Mcenroe banned for life from taking part in tennis’s federation cup A: It's only for woman 5940. 5971. 5941. 5961. 5966. A: The Oxford and Cambridge University Boat Race Q: In football. 5959.40 metres) wide. 5943. 5950. 5947. 5942. 5945. 5949. 5951.5939.75 metres) long by 21ft (6. 5957. Q: Which sport takes place in an area 32ft (9. 5953. 5969. using a ball which weighs approximately 24 grams (0. Q: The Great Pyramid was built as a tomb for which Egyptian Pharaoh? A: Khufu Q: Which school was founded in 1440 to prepare scholars for Kings College? A: Eton Q: In which American state is the 1953 film "From Here To Eternity" set? 5960. 5965. 5968. 5944.

6001. by area. 5982. 5988. 5998. in the European Union? A: France Q: What is North America's highest mountain? A: Mount McKinley Q: What is the capital of Saudi Arabia called? A: Riyadh Q: Which country of Africa is nearest to Italy? A: Tunisia Q: What river runs through Budapest in Hungary? A: The Danube Q: Vietnam was a former colony of which country? A: France Q: In which modem country is the site of Carthage? A: Tunisia Q: What is the main language spoken in Chile? A: Spanish Q: Which famous rock star did Angie Barnett marry in 1970? A: David Bowie Q: What’s the clockwork devices used by musicians to measure time? A: Metronome 5980. 5994. 5993. 5984. 6000. 5981. 5991. 6002. 5990. 6005. 5985. 5976. Q: Who was nominated for an Oscar for her performance as Ginger McKenna in the 1995 film "Casino"? 5978.5972. 5996. 5992. 6004. Q: Which charity song reached number one in 1987 in aid of the Zeebrugge ferry disaster victims? . 5979. 5999. 5995. A: Hawaii Q: Who played Hutch in the TV series 'Starsky and Hutch'? A: David Soul Q: What is the full title of the first Austin Powers film? A: Austin Powers: International Man Of Mystery 5974. 6003. 5975. 5989. 5973. A: Sharon Stone Q: Who was the 1st Black actor to win an Oscar? A: Sidney Poitier Q: What was the name of the chimney sweep in Mary Poppins? A: Bert Q: Who sang the theme tune to the Bond film 'Tomorrow Never Dies'? A: Sheryl Crow Q: What is the largest country. 5986. 5983. 5997. 5977. 5987.

6039. 6014. 6011. 6029. 6012. 6027. 6016. 6035. 6015. 6032. 6034. 6031. 6033. 6030. 6024.6006. Thyme and Marjoram belong? A: Mint family Q: What do you call a triangle with 3 unequal sides and angles? A: Scalene Q: What common chemical compound is represented by the formula nh3? A: Ammonia Q: What was Elvis Presley's twin brother's name? A: Jesse Q: What top rock group took its name from a song by blues great muddy waters? A: The Rolling Stones Q: Under what name did new wave singer/songwriter Declan Mcmanus gain fame? A: Elvis Costello Q: How is Cherilyn La Pier better known? A: Cher Q: Which 2 artists founded the Eurythmics? 6010. 6023. A: Depeche mode Q: Which Elvis song one came from the film G. 6013. 6019. 6037. Oregano. 6025. Q: Which group had hits in the 80’s with songs such as “Just can’t get enough” “People are people” and “Strange love”? 6008. moulds. A: It was a remake of the Beatles "Let It Be" 6007. blackboard chalk and plaster of A: Gypsum Q: What metal is an alloy of copper and tin? A: Bronze Q: What does the abbreviation PVC stand for? A: Polyvinylchloride Q: The size of a man's foot is approximately the same size as which other body part? A: The forearm Q: To what plant family do Rosemary. . 6009. 6028. 6026. 6036. 6022.I. 6021. Paris? 6018. 6020. Blues A: Wooden Heart Q: Who had a number one hit in 1974 called "Billy Don't Be A Hero"? A: Paper Lace Q: Which rock band was the first to perform at New York's metropolitan opera house? A: The Who Q: What part of the body has the greatest capacity to cool itself? A: The hands Q: What common mineral is used to make casts. 6038. 6017.

6060. 6067. 6045. 6041. 6054. 6073. The Universe and Everything Q: Who wrote the horror novels Carrie and Misery? A: Stephen King Q: Marvin Lee Aday is better known as which music legend? A: Meatloaf Q: Who painted 'The Blue Boy'? A: Thomas Gainsborough 6048. 6062. 6043. 6044. 6066. . 6056. 6050. Q: Who designed the famous working zipper album cover for the rolling stone's 1971 album “sticky fingers”? 6046. A: Annie Lennox & Dave Stewart Q: What was George Michael's first no1 solo? A: Careless whisper Q: Which duo had a top ten hit in 1969 with “the boxer”? A: Simon & Garfunkel 6042. 6052. 6064.6040. 6063. 6049. 6069. 6055. 6071. 6057. 6047. 6058. 6072. 6070. 6059. 6068. A: Andy Warhol Q: Which was the first British team to win the European Cup? A: Celtic Q: Martina Navaratilova won most doubles trophies with which partner? A: Pam Shriver Q: Which two countries have hosted the Winter Olympics the most times? A: USA & France Q: Which fashionable country club at a park in New York gave its name to a jacket? A: Tuxedo Q: Stromboli and Krakatoa are both names of what? A: Volcanoes Q: Visions of what dance in children’s heads? A: Sugarplums Q: Which US state flag has a Union Jack in the top left corner? A: Hawaii Q: Divine Brown was the name of the prostitute caught with whom? A: Hugh grant Q: Organic chemistry is the study of materials that must contain which element? A: Carbon Q: What name did the ancient Romans call Ireland? A: Hibernia Q: What is the title of the 3rd book in the Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy series? A: Life. 6074. 6061. 6053. 6065. 6051.

6108. 6107. 6090. according to Sir Winston Churchill. 6089. which London platform did the Hogwart Express depart from? 6082. 6078. 6097. 6077. A: Lyndon Baines Johnson Q: What is the capital of Afghanistan? A: Kabul Q: Who. 6079. . A: 9 ¾ Q: Which Shakespeare play begins with a storm at sea? A: The Tempest Q: Which physical property allows a needle to float on water? A: Surface tension Q: Officially how long should it take to complete a 15 round boxing match? A: 59 minutes Q: What is the name given to someone who studies plants? A: Botanist Q: In which sport do the away team always bat first? A: Baseball Q: Which Italian city gave its name to a type of cheese and ham? A: Parma Q: From which country do the Gurkhas come? A: Nepal Q: In which year was the Falklands War? A: 1982 Q: In radio what does FM stand for? A: Frequency Modulation Q: Give another name for the breastbone? A: Sternum 6084. 6101. 6080. 6102. 6091. 6100. Kennedy? 6104. 6105. 6098. 6092. 6087. Q: Which is the next Prime Number after 73? A: 79 Q: What organs does Silicosis affect? A: Lungs Q: Which Caribbean island was invaded by the USA in 1983? A: Grenada 6076. 6088. Q: In Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone. 6083. 6081. 6086. was 'that bloodthirsty guttersnipe”? A: Adolf Hitler 6106. 6103. 6099. 6095. 6085.6075. 6094. Q: Who became President of the United States in 1963 after the assassination of John F. 6093. 6096.

6117. 6138. 6111. A: Fencing Q: What was the name of the cat that chased Pixie and Dixie? A: Mr. Queen. 6123. 6126. 6139. Status Quo and the Hollies 6115. . 6125. A: Barracuda Q: Which nuclear-powered US submarine passed under the ice at the North Pole in 1958? A: Nautilus 6112. 6128. 6131. Belgium and the Netherlands Q: What was the date of VE day? A: 8th of May 1945 Q: Where is the world's largest football stadium? A: The Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro Q: Which South American country's coast are sailors off when "Rounding the Horn"? A: Chile Q: Who became Brazil's sports minister in 1995? A: Pele Q: Which actress. 6137. 6127. shaped like a torpedo which is found in warm seas and is closely related to the sea-perch? 6110. 6135. 6132. 6134. A: Abba.and the Stones name two of the other 4 groups in the top 6 that have had the most Top 10 hits in Britain? 6114. 6130. 6129. 6119. 6141. 6136. 6122. another is whole body and the last is metallic jacket only? 6116. "At least I can wear high heels now”? A: Nicole Kidman of Tom Cruise Q: Which country hosted the 1992 Winter Olympics? A: France Q: In which Town or City did the German Sixth Army surrender in early 1943? A: Stalingrad Q: Who played SPECTRE agent Ernest Blofeld in the film You Only Live Twice? A: Donald Pleasence Q: Which is the world's largest lizard? A: Komodo Dragon Q: What is the name of the hammer used by a chairman or an auctioneer? 6118. Q: What is the name of the ferocious fish. Jinx Q: What do the letters represent in the over the counter stock market acronym NASDAQ? A: National association of securities dealers automated quotations Q: Parts of which existing European countries once were included in the nation of Flanders? A: France. 6140. 6120. 6121. 6124.6109. 6113. One is above waist only. Q: Apart from the Beatles. Q: Which sport is divided into 3 different categories. upon splitting with her partner said. 6133.

6172.C. 6166. 6153. 6147.S City is the home of the Motown Record Company? A: Detroit Q: How many different letters are used in Roman numerals? A: 7 (I. 6167. 6168. 6158. 6164. 6146. 6149. 6169. what do the initials stand for? A: Special Weapons & Tactics Q: Which industrialist became the world's first billionaire in 1909? A: John D. 6163.6142. 6143. 6154. the dugong. 6155.L. 6160. 6156.D. 6151. 6148. 6175. . 6150. 6174.M) Q: What was the name of the Lion King and Father of Simba. 6145. 6161. 6157. Rockefeller Q: Which U. 6173.V. 6165. 6176. A: Gavel Q: Where would you find your deltoid muscle? A: Big muscle on the shoulder Q: American police have SWAT teams. 6152. in the Film The Lion king? A: Mufasa Q: In the Bible.X. 6159. CO2 and water? A: Photosynthesis Q: What do we call the study of birds? A: Ornithology Q: In which country is the world's highest waterfall A: Venezuela (Angel falls at 1054 metres –3458 feet) Q: What do we call the crystalline form of carbon? A: Diamond Q: What are the only colours allowed for the ball in Table Tennis competitions? A: Yellow and white 6144. in which river was Jesus baptised? A: Jordan Q: Which Northwest team won the first ever FA cup final to be held at Wembley stadium? A: Bolton Wanderers Q: The marine mammal. is the supposed original of what? A: The Mermaid Q: In which sport can you throw a 'curve ball'? A: Baseball Q: What is the capital city of Sri Lanka? A: Colombo Q: What does an orchestra's conductor wave to keep time? A: Baton Q: For what process do plants need sunlight. 6170. 6162. 6171.

6206. 6182. 6210. a viola and a cello make? A: String quartet Q: What is the three dimensional image created by laser beams called? A: A Hologram Q: What letter and number is given to the leading Western economic powers? A: G8 Q: Habanero is the hottest what in the world? A: Chilli Q: From what expression does the word "goodbye" derive? A: God Be With You Q: What was Nelson's flagship called? A: HMS Victory Q: What is the capital of Afghanistan? A: Kabul Q: What is the World's longest running TV sci-fi series? A: Dr. 6190. 6181. 6185. 6209. A: Madame Tussaud 6203. 6201. 6188. 6180. 6191. 6197. 6202. Q: A Man For All Seasons was a film about which British historical figure? A: Sir Thomas More Q: How many strings has a balalaika? A: Three Q: Who was Lord Greystoke better known as? A: Tarzan Q: How were the 1st written messages transmitted by air? A: By Arrow Q: What do two violins. which ingredient is it assumed to have? A: Spinach Q: In the Wild West.Cardiff Q: Who is James Bond's most recurring foe? 6204. 6200. 6196. 6184. A: Ernst Stavro Blofeld in From Russia With Love. 6179. 6189. Q: If a dish is a la Florentine. 6198. Diamonds Are Forever and Never Say Never Again . 6199. Thunderball. what did the Red Indians call whiskey? A: Firewater Q: How many Welsh teams are there in the 4 main English football divisions? A: (3) Wrexham. 6187. 6186. 6183. 6207. You Only Live Twice. 6205. Who 6178.Swansea. 6195. 6208.6177. 6193. On Her Majesty's Secret Service. 6194. Q: What's the name of the Swiss wax modeller who made death masks during the French Revolution and died in 1850. 6192.

6234. Q: In physics. 6215. 6220. 6238. 6222. 6223. 6239. 6244. 6228. 6227. 6242. 6231. Q: How many consecutive questions would you have had to get right to become a millionaire on the TV show? 6212. 6229. A gin is a machine for separating cotton from its seed. 6241. 6236.1 hit? A: It's all over now Q: What substance is processed in a 'Ginnery'? A: Cotton. 6217. A: 15 6213. 6224. 6233. 6225. 6221. 6230. 6235. Q: What type of animal is a silverback? A: Gorilla 6216. 6240. 6218. what is defined as something that causes a change in the acceleration of an object? 6214. . 6226. 6232. A: A Force Q: What name is given to a matador on horseback? A: Picador Q: Where in the body are the metacarpals A: Bones in the Hand Q: What would you be celebrating in America on the fourth Thursday in November? A: Thanksgiving Day Q: Which country does the wine Mateus Rose come from? A: Portugal Q: Which land mammal has the largest ears? A: African Elephant Q: What is surrounded by amniotic fluid? A: An unborn baby Q: Which Beatles No 1 was the only one to have a single word in the title? A: Help Q: Which people inhabited the country in the 'Land of Oz' to which Dorothy was blown? A: Munchkins Q: Who was the first black woman to win a best actress Oscar? A: Halle Berry Q: Who was the first Yorkshire captain to tour Australia? A: Captain James Cook! Q: Which sport is associated with Sunningdale? A: Golf Q: Who was the arch enemy of Sherlock Holmes? A: Professor Moriarty Q: What was the Rolling Stones 1st No. 6219. 6237. 6243.6211.

6263. Q: For their discovery of what did Watson. 6254. 6250. 6265. Crick and Evans win the 1962 Nobel Prize for medicine? 6262. A: The Coronation of Elizabeth II 6259.6245. . 6270. no overtaking'? A: Yellow Q: Which actress plays the lead in the Tomb Raider movies? A: Angelina Jolie Q: What's the Capital of Indonesia? A: Jakarta Q: How many Bronte sisters were there? A: 3 (Charlotte (Currer Bell). which team's name would come first alphabetically? 6260. 6248. 6275. 6253. 6276. 6247. 6271. 6266. A: Aberdeen 6261. Q: In all of the English and Scottish leagues. Emily Jane and Anne) Q: Who provided the voice of the princess in the film 'Shrek'? A: Cameron Diaz 6246. 6256. Q: A British TV audience outnumbered a British radio audience for the first time for what special occasion? 6258. 6249. 6251. A: DNA Q: What’s the name given to the seat on the back of an elephant? A: Howdah Q: Who was known as the Great Lover of the Silent Screen? A: Rudolph Valentino Q: In which Middle Eastern country is the port of Acre? A: Israel Q: Which line on a weather map links places of equal atmospheric pressure? A: Isobar 6264. 6252. 6268. Q: Which member of the Royal family took the surname Mountbatten in 1947 upon becoming a British citizen? 6272. 6269. Q: Who carved Pinocchio? A: Geppetto Q: In motor racing what colour flag is used to denote 'danger. 6257. 6267. 6273. 6255. 6277. A: The Duke of Edinburgh. Prince Phillip Q: On which island is the volcano Mount Etna? A: Sicily Q: How many people usually sit on a jury? A: 12 Q: What is the name of the camp in Cuba where all the Al Qaeda hostages are being held? 6274.

6287. 6310.6278. Pope John Paul II. 6288. 6286. A: Cyanide Q: Which country was previously called Mesopotamia? A: Iraq Q: How many sides does a mansard roof have? A: Four (each with two slopes or faces) Q: Which country suffered the greatest civilian losses in World War II? A: China (approximately 8 million people) Q: Which element has the highest melting point? A: Carbon (3. which is not on the top row? A: “A” Q: What is the capital city of Malaysia? A: Kuala Lumpur Q: The Winter Palace is in which Russian City? A: St. breads. Pope from 1978-2005) Q: What was the name of the world's first man-made satellite launched by the USSR in A: Sputnik I Q: In which country are the Cariboo Mountains? A: Canada (British Columbia) Q: A mahout is a person who works with and rides what? 6294. 6283. A: Camp X-Ray at Guantanamo Bay Q: Who has a record of 6 successive Tour de France victories? A: Lance Armstrong Q: Which is the only vowel on a standard keyboard. 1957? 6308. 6311. 6297.527 degrees centigrade) Q: Tom Cruise plays a naval lawyer in which 1992 film? A: A Few Good Men Q: Who released a 1975 album entitled Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy? A: Elton John Q: What was the nationality of the first non-Italian Pope since 1523? A: Polish (Karol Wojtyla. 6304. 6282. 6296. 6281. 6300. tapioca. 6306. 6307. 6309. Q: What poisonous substance does the cassava root (used to make flour. a laundry starch. 6284. 6279. 6291. 6293. 6290. 6289. 6305. 6303. 6301. and an alcoholic beverage) contain? 6292. 6285. . 6295. 6298. 6302. 6299. Petersburg Q: Who performs the crowning ceremony at a coronation? A: Archbishop of Canterbury Q: Beriberi is a disease caused by the deficiency of which vitamin? A: B1 (Thiamin) 6280.

6343.6312. 6320. 6330. 6318. 6331. 6326. 6328. 6317. 6346. 6325. 6334. 6335. 6315. 6341. 6345. from the 1980's US TV action series The A-Team. 6339. Melchior. 6333. . 6316. 6332. 6344. 6327. 6336. 6322. two octaves apart) Q: Who in Greek mythology fell in love with his own reflection? A: Narcissus Q: Which rock band released the album Beggars Banquet? A: The Rolling Stones (1968) 6338. 6323. 6337. 6340. 6321. 6329. 6324. A: Colonel John 'Hannibal' Smith. A: Elephants Q: What is the capital of Romania? A: Bucharest Q: The song Oh What a Beautiful Morning comes from which musical? A: Oklahoma Q: Which bird strays as far as 2500 miles from its nest to find food for its young? A: (Wandering) Albatross Q: On which country's stock exchange is the All Ordinaries index? A: Australia Q: What were artist LS Lowry's first names? A: Laurence Stephen Q: What colour are the flowers of the harebell? A: Blue Q: Who were Balthazar. Q: What is a village without a church called? A: A hamlet Q: What is the second book of the Bible's Old Testament? A: Exodus Q: What note appears twice in the conventional tuning of a six string guitar? A: E (top and bottom strings are E. and Gaspar? A: The Three Wise Men (or the Three Kings) Q: Malibu Beach is in which US state? A: California Q: Lupine relates to which animals? A: Wolves Q: What word represents the letter J in the UK Police radio communications? A: Juliet Q: During the siege of which African city did General Gordon die? A: Khartoum Q: Who on TV used to say "I love it when a plan comes together"? 6314. played by George Peppard. 6319. 6313. 6342.

6368. A: The Bastille Q: What military organisation did King Louis-Phillipe found in 1831? A: The French Foreign Legion Q: What is the name of the Flintstones daily newspaper? A: Daily Slate Q: In which state is Las Vegas. Q: In 1789. A: Epicentre 6373. 6377. 6370. 6362. 6350. 6379. 6367. 6363. 6360. 6351. Q: What happened to Cameroon soccer player Marc Vivien Foe during the Confederations Cup in 2003? 6374. the gambling capital of the US? A: Nevada 6366. Q: What are musophobics afraid of? A: Mice Q: What is the largest artery in the human body? A: The aorta Q: What does BAFTA stand for? A: British Academy of Film and Television Arts Q: Mount Vinson Massif is the highest peak in which continent? A: Antarctica Q: Alicante. A: He collapsed and died on the pitch Q: What was the name of the hand which featured in ‘The Adams Family’? A: Thing Q: Which Greek author is famous for his fables? A: Aesop Q: What is the most prevalent infectious disease in the UK? 6376. 6354. Q: Which geological term means. 6371. 6356. the point on the Earth's surface immediately above the focus of an earthquake? 6372. 6378. 6369. 6358. . which Parisian landmark was stormed effectively marking the beginning of the French Revolution? 6364. 6359. 6357. 6361. 6349. Golden Boy and Piranto are types of which vegetable? A: Tomato Q: Which country has the longest coastline? A: Canada Q: What is Hansen's disease commonly known as? A: Leprosy Q: What was the character Rambo's first name? A: John 6348. 6352. 6353. 6365. 6355. 6375.6347.

6390. December 1972) Q: Which holiday is the Jewish Day of Atonement? A: Yom Kippur Q: Who lead led French forces to victory in the siege of Orleans on in 1429? A: Joan of Arc Q: Hydrolysis is the reaction of a chemical compound with what other compound? A: Water Q: Galvanised iron or steel is coated with which other metal? A: Zinc 6382. 6387. 6384. but can use both hands with equal ease? 6408. what does the abbreviation SPF stand for? A: Sun Protection Factor 6410. Q: What word is used to describe someone who is neither left nor right handed. 6389. A: Rudolph Guilliani Q: At the base of Nelson's column. 6411. Q: Which term describes the belief that countries. Princess of Wales? A: Spencer Q: In Children's cartoons. 6397. A: Unilateralism 6399. 6395. who does Sylvester chase? A: Tweetie Pie Q: Eugene Cernan was the last man to do what? (We all know who did it first). 6394. whether or not other countries do the same? 6398. 6393. 6405. 6381. 6391. 6403. 6383. 6392. 6407. A: The Common Cold Q: Which daughter of Zeus was the cause of the Trojan War? A: Helen of Troy Q: What was the maiden name of Diana. A: Ambidextrous Q: What is Albumen? A: The white of an egg Q: In sunscreen lotions. 6385. 6396. which possess nuclear weapons. A: Walk on the moon (Apollo 17. should abandon them of their own accord. 6412. . 6409.6380. Q: Who was the Mayor of New York who became a familiar face after Sept 11th terrorist attack? 6400. 6406. there are 4 statues of what? A: Lions Q: What's the name of the Orang-utan King in Jungle Book? A: King Louis Q: Who had a hit in 1999 with ‘That Don’t impress me Much’? A: Shania Twain 6402. 6386. 6404. 6401. 6388.

6417. 6429. 6441.6413. 6437. 6423. 6447. 6427. Michaelangelo. 6428. baby” come? A: Terminator Q: Which breed of cats. 6446. 6432. 6415. 6426. rabbits. 6438. 6435. 6431. . 6430. 6440. 6420. and goats have the same name? A: Angora Q: How many terminals are there at Heathrow airport? A: Four Q: What is the most common international crime? A: Drug Smuggling Q: Name the US Base in Cuba where the Al Quaida and Taliban Prisoners are being kept? A: Guantanamo Bay Q: What are the 5 lines called on which music is written? A: Stave or Staff Q: In which country would you find Casablanca? A: Morocco Q: What is the longest race in men's athletics? A: 50 Kilometre Walk Q: Which English king was the target of The Gunpowder Plot? A: James 1st Q: What is the coloured part of the eye called? A: The Iris Q: Who wrote Tarzan of the Apes in 1912? 6424. 6439. A: The Doomsday Book Q: What is nicknamed 'The Coathanger' in Australia? A: The sydney harbour bridge Q: In which town do the Flintstone’s live? A: Bedrock Q: From which film does the saying ''Hasta la vista. Q: What was used to give the William the Conqueror an inventory of his new kingdom in the 1080s? 6422. Donatello Q: What was the end product of the so called Manhattan Project? A: The Atomic Bomb Q: What did Roman Abramovich do in 2003? A: He bought Chelsea Football Club Q: Which book records debates in the British Parliament? A: Hansard 6414. 6416. 6444. 6419. 6443. 6433. 6425. 6418. 6434. Raphael. 6436. Q: Name the 3 of the 4 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles A: Leondaro. 6421. 6445. 6442.

6459. 6472. 6455. . Q: Which Hollywood actor starred in 142 of his 153 films. In fact it takes an average of 18 birds to make up one ounce and one of their worst enemies is an insect – the praying mantis Q: In Star Wars what is the name of Han Solo’s spacecraft? A: The Millennium Falcon Q: What do we call the sticky wax obtained from sheep? A: Lanolin Q: Which country was invaded by Iraq in 1990? A: Kuwait Q: What unit of currency was replaced by the Euro in the Netherlands? A: The Guilder Q: In Greek mythology. A: Edgar Rice Burroughs Q: What name did the island of Formosa change its name to? A: Taiwan (It was originally named Formosa in 1590 by the Portuguese) Q: What O is the science of correcting deformities of the skeleton? A: Orthopaedics Q: From which plant do we get Vanilla? A: Orchid 6450. 6467. 6478. 6468. 6462. 6481. 6479. having had more leading roles than any other actor. Medusa was what type of mythical beast? A: A Gorgon Q: Which Bond novel centres on a plot to rob Fort Knox? A: Goldfinger Q: How many sides has a 'Prism'? A: 5 Q: What is 'nacre' commonly known as? A: Mother of Pearl Q: What colour is the Mr Men character Mr Happy? A: Yellow Q: What does a hippophobic fear? A: Horses Q: In which ocean are the Cape Verde Islands? A: Atlantic Q: How many bones are there in the human body? 6460. 6461. 6454. 6456. 6473. 6477. 6480. 6464. A: John Wayne Q: What is the smallest bird in the world? 6458. 6466. 6476. 6465. 6463.6448. 6452. A: The hummingbird. 6457. 6451. 6469. 6474. 6453. 6471. 6475. 6449. 6470.

6498. 6501. 6486. 6509. 6492. 6508. 6511. 6503. 6505.240km) Q: What type of fruit would you pick from a Mirabelle tree? A: Plum Q: Who was Britain's first Labour Prime Minister? A: Ramsey MacDonald Q: Which famous guitarist's original name was Brian Rankin? A: Hank Marvin Q: What is the lowest point in Europe? A: The Caspian Sea (28m below 'sea level') Q: What number is a hurricaine on the Beaufort Scale? A: 12 Q: When is Bastille day celebrated? A: 14 July Q: What is the capital of Tasmania? A: Hobart Q: What does a 'spelunker' explore? A: Caves Q: Which is the coldest planet in our solar system? A: Pluto Q: From what is an 'atoll' formed? A: Coral 6484. 6493. 6506. . 6494. 6499. 6507. 6487. 6490.6482. 6497. A: 206 Q: What does a 'vigneron' (vin ye ron) cultivate? A: Grapes (for wine-making) Q: What are the two ingredients in a Rusty Nail cocktail? A: Whisky and Drambuie Q: How many players are there in a netball team? A: Seven Q: Who was the first poet to be buried in Poets Corner in London's Westminster Abbey? A: Geoffrey Chaucer Q: What is the fifth letter of the Greek alphabet? A: Epsilon Q: Introduced in New York in 1950 what was the first credit card? A: Diners Club Q: Which is the longest mountain range in the world? A: The Andes (7. 6489. 6491. 6496. 6510. 6500. 6516. 6488. 6513. 6512. 6495. 6485. 6504. 6514. 6502. 6483. 6515.

Q: If something is 'aureate' what colour is it? A: Gold Q: What type of creature is a Bonito? A: A fish (between mackerel and tuna) Q: What is the US state capital of Mississippi? A: Jackson Q: Arctic King. 6545. 6520. 6522. 6538. 6548. what does 'Argent' mean? A: Silver Q: What does the chemical symbol 'U' represent? A: Uranium Q: How many meters or yards are there in a nautical mile? A: 1852 or 2025(. 6527. 6533. 6544. 6535. 6540. 6531. 6537.6517. 6549. 6543. 6550. 6521. 6519. 6551. 6539. 6526. 6529. 6541. . 6530. Q: What is the fatty substance found naturally on sheep's wool and used in ointments and cosmetics called? 6532. 6523. 6542. 6528. 6525. Saladin and Tom Thumb are which types of vegetable? A: Lettuce Q: In what year did Margaret Thatcher become Prime Minister? A: 1979 Q: Who was the first person to reach the South Pole? A: Roald Amundsen (1911) Q: What was the nickname of President Duvalier of Haiti. 6524. who died in 1971? A: Papa Doc 6518.3677) Q: In which month is VE Day? 6534. 6547. A: Lanolin Q: What type of fruit is a cantaloupe? A: Melon Q: How many strings does a ukelele have? A: Four Q: Which country was first to operate an old age pension scheme? A: Germany (1891) Q: Which company was the first to introduce travellers' cheques? A: American Express Q: Name the 1980's hit sung by Tina Turner and Rod Stewart? A: It takes two (baby) Q: Who played Rick Blaine in the film Casablanca? A: Humphrey Bogart Q: In heraldry. 6546. 6536.

what was the name of the little man who could turn straw into gold A: Rumplestiltskin Q: In mythology who fired the arrow that struck Achilles in his heel? A: Paris Q: In which country was George Best born? A: Ireland Q: What animal is on the top of the Calcutta Cup? A: Elephant Q: Who had a top ten hit single with Sweet Child O' Mine in 1989? A: Guns 'n Roses Q: Who was the last British Governor of Hong Kong? A: Chris Patten Q: What was the former name of Ho Chi Minh City? A: Saigon 6562. 6583. A: May Q: What was the Oscar winning song from the 1987 film Dirty Dancing? A: (I had) The time of my life Q: What do the initials ISBN stand for? A: International standard book number Q: Who wrote the novels about Hercule Poirot and Miss Jane Marple? A: Agatha Christie 6554. 6563. 6556. 6553. 6567.6552. 6574. Vodka and Coke? A: Black Russian Q: Pb is the chemical symbol for which element? A: Lead Q: What do Sumo wrestlers throw into the ring prior to a match? A: Salt Q: What is the most Westerly county in England? A: Cornwall Q: Who was Anne Hathaway married to? A: William Shakespeare Q: In fairy tales . 6564. 6571. 6570. 6575. 6582. 6561. 6579. 6584. Q: Which singer came third in the 1973 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Power To All Our Friends"? 6560. 6572. 6573. 6581. 6555. 6557. 6586. . 6578. 6558. 6569. 6559. 6568. 6585. 6576. 6577. 6566. A: Cliff Richard Q: In which city would you find the International Court of Justice? A: The Hague (Netherlands) Q: Which cocktail consists of Tia Maria. 6580. 6565.

Mary. 6605. 6606. them. 6600. 6617. 6591. 6592. 6620. . Valentine Q: Which religious ceremony comes from the Greek word for 'to dip'? A: Baptism Q: Which Formula 1 team were barred for two races for running underweight cars A: BAR Q: Between 1600 & 1800 over 50% of girls in Britain had 1 of 3 Names. Name any one of A: Anne. 6616. Elizabeth 6588. 6594. 6589.6587. 6597. 6599. 6593. 6607. 6614. 6611. 6604. 6613. 6612. 6619. 6601. 6608. 6596. 6610. 6609. 6598. Q: What is the last letter of the Greek Alphabet? A: Omega Q: Who wrote Pride and Prejudice? A: Jane Austen Q: What movement did Lord Baden Powell found? A: Boy scouts Q: Which country's capital city is San Salvador? A: El Salvador Q: What colour was Moby Dick? A: White Q: Which is the deepest land gorge in the world? A: The Grand Canyon Q: Where are all British monarchs crowned? A: Westminster Abbey Q: Which is the world's longest mountain range? A: Andes Q: In which country was former motor racing driver Ayrton Senna born? A: Brazil Q: Pyongyang is the capital of which Asian country? A: North Korea Q: What is the age limit after which a Cardinal can't vote for the next Pope? A: 80 Q: What name is given to the chalice used by Jesus at the Last Supper? A: The Holy Grail Q: What is the world's largest animal-made structure? A: The Great Barrier Reef Q: Who is the patron saint of lovers? A: St. 6595. 6602. 6603. 6590. 6615. 6618.

. 6649. Q: What is the capital of the Bahamas? A: Nassau Q: What term describes the period between the Stone Age and the Iron Age? A: Bronze Age Q: Where is the Ceremony of the Keys held every evening? A: Tower of London Q: Who was the first footballer to be knighted? A: Sir Stanley Mathews Q: 20 Bottles of wine is called what? A: Nebuchadnezzar? 6622. 6635. 6636. 6639. 6638. 6651. 6647. 6642. 6645. 6646. 6648. 6637.6621. 6654. 6644. 6655. 6624. 6623. 6653. 6629. 6650.6 metres To Win? A: Tug Of War Q: What is a nickelodeon? 6634. 6633. 6640. Q: Which famous British artist had himself tied to the mast of a ship so that he could paint a storm? 6632. 6626. 6631. 6652. 6643. 6627. A: Turner Q: How long is the appointed term of office of the secretary general of the United Nations? A: 5 Years Q: Which famous musical opens up with an auction underneath a Paris theatre? A: Phantom of the opera Q: What is Fred Flintstone's favourite sport? A: Ten pin bowling Q: Strenuous exercise can cause a build-up of which acid in the muscles? A: Lactic Acid Q: What does a ‘Sommelier’ Do? A: Wine taster Q: What is the official language of Austria A: German Q: What name is given to a person that stuffs animals? A: Taxidermist Q: Which word means the forecast of the probable course or outcome of a disease? A: Prognosis Q: What is the common name for loss of peripheral sight? A: Tunnel vision Q: What name is given to plants that last for many years? A: Perrennials Q: In which Sport does your team only have to travel 3. 6625. 6628. 6630. 6641.

A: Tapas Q: From which continent did the guinea pig originate? A: South America Q: Which three flavours make up a Neapolitan ice cream? A: Vanilla. 6666. 6669. 6684. 6661. 6679. 6680. 6689. 6667.6656. Strawberry and Chocolate Q: Which was the first country to have a public monorail system? A: Japan Q: What is the opposite of a 'Concave' lens? A: Convex Q: What is the Capital of New Zealand? A: Wellington 6676. 6657. A: A cinema Q: Which French town has a reputation for miracle cures? A: Lourdes Q: What was the name of the donkey in Winnie the Pooh? A: Eeyore Q: Which beverage may be black or green? A: Tea Q: Meaning before noon what does the acronym AM stand for? A: Ante meridian Q: Which military base in North Kentucky holds the US Gold Reserves? A: Fort Knox Q: Other than Psalms. 6687. which other Book of the Old Testament begins with ‘P’? A: Proverbs Q: To whom is the most mail addressed? A: Santa Claus Q: If you were "Doing Leap Frog" or "Walking the Dog" what equipment would you be using? A: Yo Yo 6658. Q: Who became the first black manager of a Premiership club when he took over at Chelsea in 1996? 6686. 6664. 6677. 6659. 6683. 6673. 6668. 6660. what name is given to an assortment of Spanish hors d’oeuvres? 6674. 6675. A: Ruud Gullit Q: What name is given to the President’s study in the White House? A: The Oval Office Q: Who composed the ballet Swan Lake? 6688. 6672. Q: Taken from the word for lid. 6670. 6681. 6685. 6662. 6663. 6682. 6671. 6665. 6678. .

A: Ace of Spades Q: It means Aunt Mary in English. 6721. 6701. 6697. 6717. 6698. A: Henley Regatta . 6713. A: Sir Douglas Robert Steuart Bader Q: From which part of its body does a Cow Sweat? A: Nose Q: What did Charles Blondin do at the Niagara Falls? A: Cross them on a Tightrope 6696. A: Tchaikovsky Q: Montezuma II was the last King of Whom? A: The Aztecs 6693. Which card was assigned to Saddam Hussein? 6694. 6699. 6704. 6695. 6720. 6711. 6703. what did the Red Indians call whisky? A: Firewater Q: Who did Cassius Clay beat to win his first world heavyweight boxing title? A: Sonny Liston Q: What is an "ocular contusion" more commonly known as? A: Black eye Q: When can you add two to eleven and get one as the correct answer? A: On a 12 hour Clock Q: What 2 creatures are on the Australian coat of arms? A: Kangaroo and Emu Q: Which WW2 pilot flew with artificial legs. 6710. 6719. 6708. Q: Following the US invasion of Iraq in 2003. 6706. 6714. 6712. 6709. the US Army produced a set of playing cards featuring its 52 most wanted Iraqis. 6716. 6702. 6691. 6700.6690. 6718. 6707. 6705. but by what name do we usually know this drink? A: Tia Maria Q: What property of a body is calculated by multiplying its mass by its velocity? A: Momentum Q: Where in the body is the Scapula? A: Shoulder blade Q: Which war was fought between 1936 and 1939? A: Spanish Civil War Q: What is the capital of Pakistan? A: Islamabad Q: In the Wild West. 6715. 6692. Q: What name is given to the world famous rowing event that takes place on the Thames in Oxfordshire each year 6722.

6743. 6741. what? Q: In 1962 Britain and France signed an agreement which led to co-operation in building A: Concorde Q: By what process does the sun's energy reach the earth? A: Radiation Q: In the film Goldfinger. 6747. 6754. 6744. 6736. 6737. 6730. . 6726. 6734. 6742. 6727. 6733.6723. 6750. 6728. 6745. 6746. 6748. 6725. 6731. 6740. 6757. 6755. 6749. 6751. 6753. 6739. 6735. 6738. 6732. what sort of school was run by Pussy Galore? A: Flying Q: What's the only active volcano in mainland Europe? A: Vesuvius Q: What was the name of the Skipper in Moby Dick? A: Captain Ahab Q: In what year was hanging abolished in the UK? A: 1965 Q: What was the name of Batman's butler? A: Alfred Q: Which military rank does James Bond hold? A: Commander (a naval officer next in rank below captain) Q: Which rock 'n' roll star was killed in a car crash during a British tour in 1960? A: Eddie Cochran Q: What sport is played by the LA Lakers? A: Basketball Q: Who was the 1st Bond Girl? A: Ursula Andress Q: Who was the driver of the car in which Princess Diana was killed? A: Henri Paul Q: What is the capital of Peru? A: Lima Q: What does an acrophobic fear? A: Heights Q: Which band released an album entitled Wish You Were Here? A: Pink Floyd Q: Who is the Roman god of fire? A: Vulcan Q: In which English county is the ancient monument Stonehenge? A: Wiltshire Q: Who discovered penicillin? 6724. 6752. 6756. 6729.

. 6765. 6769. 6772. 6779. A: Alexander Fleming (1928) Q: Kulfi is a type of which Indian food? A: Ice-cream Q: Eugene the Jeep featured in which comic strip? A: Popeye Q: Who sang the theme tune to the Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies? A: Sheryl Crow Q: What acid is associated with muscles in the body experiencing lack of oxygen? A: Lactic acid Q: In 1960 which country had the first ever woman prime minister? A: (Ceylon) Sri Lanka (Sirimavo Bandaranaike) Q: Nephritis is the inflamation of which part of the body? A: Kidneys Q: What does OPEC stand for? A: Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries Q: Who wrote the novel. 6767. 6777. Treasure Island? A: Robert Louis Stevenson Q: What was Tom Jones' first UK number one single? A: It's Not Unusual Q: What product was the first to appear in a UK TV commercial (in 1955)? A: Toothpaste (Gibbs SR) Q: What does a lepidopterist collect? A: Butterflies (and moths) 6760. 6778. 6773. 6761.6758. 6764. 6774. 6775. 6762. 6770. 6780. 6771. 6776. 6759. 6763. 6768. 6766.

6405. 6398. 6407. 6380. which possess nuclear weapons. attack? A: Aesop Q: What is the most prevalent infectious disease in the UK? A: The Common Cold Q: Which daughter of Zeus was the cause of the Trojan War? A: Helen of Troy Q: What was the maiden name of Diana. 6386. Princess of Wales? A: Spencer Q: In Children's cartoons. A: Walk on the moon (Apollo 17. 6403. Q: What word is used to describe someone who is neither left nor right handed. 6383. 6395. whether or not other countries do the same? A: Unilateralism Q: Who was the Mayor of New York who became a familiar face after Sept 11th terrorist A: Rudolph Guilliani Q: At the base of Nelson's column. 6399. 6397. should abandon them of their own accord. 6391. 6387. 6394. 6396. 6388. 6384.6378. 6389. 6379. December 1972) Q: Which holiday is the Jewish Day of Atonement? A: Yom Kippur Q: Who lead led French forces to victory in the siege of Orleans on in 1429? A: Joan of Arc Q: Hydrolysis is the reaction of a chemical compound with what other compound? A: Water Q: Galvanised iron or steel is coated with which other metal? A: Zinc Q: Which term describes the belief that countries. 6406. 6385. 6393. 6401. who does Sylvester chase? A: Tweetie Pie Q: Eugene Cernan was the last man to do what? (We all know who did it first). 6382. there are 4 statues of what? A: Lions Q: What's the name of the Orang-utan King in Jungle Book? A: King Louis Q: Who had a hit in 1999 with ‘That Don’t impress me Much’? A: Shania Twain 6400. but can use both hands with equal ease? A: Ambidextrous . 6408. 6402. 6381. 6392. 6404. 6390.

6428. . baby” come? A: Terminator Q: Which breed of cats. 6424. 6423. 6430. 6421. 6420. 6434. 6416. 6429. 6419. 6425. 6410.6409. 6441. 6427. 6414. 6413. what does the abbreviation SPF stand for? A: Sun Protection Factor Q: Name the 3 of the 4 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles A: Leondaro. 6435. 6417. Michaelangelo. Donatello Q: What was the end product of the so called Manhattan Project? A: The Atomic Bomb Q: What did Roman Abramovich do in 2003? A: He bought Chelsea Football Club Q: Which book records debates in the British Parliament? A: Hansard Q: What was used to give the William the Conqueror an inventory of his new kingdom in the A: The Doomsday Book Q: What is nicknamed 'The Coathanger' in Australia? A: The sydney harbour bridge Q: In which town do the Flintstone’s live? A: Bedrock Q: From which film does the saying ''Hasta la vista. Raphael. 6411. 1080s? Q: What is Albumen? A: The white of an egg Q: In sunscreen lotions. 6426. 6440. 6415. 6432. 6412. 6438. 6431. rabbits. 6439. 6437. 6418. 6436. 6433. and goats have the same name? A: Angora Q: How many terminals are there at Heathrow airport? A: Four Q: What is the most common international crime? A: Drug Smuggling Q: Name the US Base in Cuba where the Al Quaida and Taliban Prisoners are being kept? A: Guantanamo Bay Q: What are the 5 lines called on which music is written? A: Stave or Staff Q: In which country would you find Casablanca? A: Morocco Q: What is the longest race in men's athletics? 6422.

6462. 6454. 6451. 6452. 6446. 6445. 6473. 6460. 6456. In fact it takes an average of 18 birds to make up one ounce and one of their worst enemies is an insect – the praying mantis Q: In Star Wars what is the name of Han Solo’s spacecraft? A: The Millennium Falcon Q: What do we call the sticky wax obtained from sheep? A: Lanolin Q: Which country was invaded by Iraq in 1990? A: Kuwait Q: What unit of currency was replaced by the Euro in the Netherlands? A: The Guilder Q: In Greek mythology. 6453. 6459. 6466. A: 50 Kilometre Walk Q: Which English king was the target of The Gunpowder Plot? A: James 1st Q: What is the coloured part of the eye called? A: The Iris Q: Who wrote Tarzan of the Apes in 1912? A: Edgar Rice Burroughs Q: What name did the island of Formosa change its name to? A: Taiwan (It was originally named Formosa in 1590 by the Portuguese) Q: What O is the science of correcting deformities of the skeleton? A: Orthopaedics Q: From which plant do we get Vanilla? A: Orchid Q: Which Hollywood actor starred in 142 of his 153 films. 6443. 6470. 6471. 6467. 6447. 6469. 6444. 6461. 6463. 6449. Medusa was what type of mythical beast? A: A Gorgon Q: Which Bond novel centres on a plot to rob Fort Knox? A: Goldfinger Q: How many sides has a 'Prism'? A: 5 Q: What is 'nacre' commonly known as? . 6468. having had more leading roles than any other actor.6442. 6457. 6455. A: John Wayne Q: What is the smallest bird in the world? A: The hummingbird. 6448. 6472. 6450. 6465. 6464. 6458.

6495. 6480. 6481. 6492. 6505. 6477. 6487. 6500. 6490. 6483. 6475. A: Mother of Pearl Q: What colour is the Mr Men character Mr Happy? A: Yellow Q: What does a hippophobic fear? A: Horses Q: In which ocean are the Cape Verde Islands? A: Atlantic Q: How many bones are there in the human body? A: 206 Q: What does a 'vigneron' (vin ye ron) cultivate? A: Grapes (for wine-making) Q: What are the two ingredients in a Rusty Nail cocktail? A: Whisky and Drambuie Q: How many players are there in a netball team? A: Seven Q: Who was the first poet to be buried in Poets Corner in London's Westminster Abbey? A: Geoffrey Chaucer Q: What is the fifth letter of the Greek alphabet? A: Epsilon Q: Introduced in New York in 1950 what was the first credit card? A: Diners Club Q: Which is the longest mountain range in the world? A: The Andes (7. 6496. 6488.240km) Q: What type of fruit would you pick from a Mirabelle tree? A: Plum Q: Who was Britain's first Labour Prime Minister? A: Ramsey MacDonald Q: Which famous guitarist's original name was Brian Rankin? A: Hank Marvin Q: What is the lowest point in Europe? A: The Caspian Sea (28m below 'sea level') Q: What number is a hurricaine on the Beaufort Scale? A: 12 . 6476. 6489. 6502.6474. 6498. 6503. 6491. 6504. 6506. 6494. 6484. 6485. 6501. 6486. 6478. 6499. 6479. 6493. 6497. 6482.

6532. 6537. 6510. 6517. 6523. 6525. 6515. 6527. 6524. 6512. 6519. Q: When is Bastille day celebrated? A: 14 July Q: What is the capital of Tasmania? A: Hobart Q: What does a 'spelunker' explore? A: Caves Q: Which is the coldest planet in our solar system? A: Pluto Q: From what is an 'atoll' formed? A: Coral Q: If something is 'aureate' what colour is it? A: Gold Q: What type of creature is a Bonito? A: A fish (between mackerel and tuna) Q: What is the US state capital of Mississippi? A: Jackson Q: Arctic King. 6533. 6539. 6514. who died in 1971? A: Papa Doc Q: What is the fatty substance found naturally on sheep's wool and used in ointments and cosmetics called? A: Lanolin Q: What type of fruit is a cantaloupe? A: Melon Q: How many strings does a ukelele have? A: Four Q: Which country was first to operate an old age pension scheme? A: Germany (1891) Q: Which company was the first to introduce travellers' cheques? . 6530. 6522. Saladin and Tom Thumb are which types of vegetable? A: Lettuce Q: In what year did Margaret Thatcher become Prime Minister? A: 1979 Q: Who was the first person to reach the South Pole? A: Roald Amundsen (1911) Q: What was the nickname of President Duvalier of Haiti. 6516. 6538. 6513. 6534. 6528. 6511. 6531. 6508.6507. 6520. 6529. 6521. 6526. 6535. 6509. 6536. 6518.

6541. 6564. 6556. 6562. 6544. 6552. 6560. 6569.3677) Q: In which month is VE Day? A: May Q: What was the Oscar winning song from the 1987 film Dirty Dancing? A: (I had) The time of my life Q: What do the initials ISBN stand for? A: International standard book number Q: Who wrote the novels about Hercule Poirot and Miss Jane Marple? A: Agatha Christie Q: Which singer came third in the 1973 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Power To All Our Friends"? A: Cliff Richard Q: In which city would you find the International Court of Justice? A: The Hague (Netherlands) Q: Which cocktail consists of Tia Maria. 6555. 6565. Vodka and Coke? A: Black Russian Q: Pb is the chemical symbol for which element? A: Lead Q: What do Sumo wrestlers throw into the ring prior to a match? A: Salt Q: What is the most Westerly county in England? A: Cornwall Q: Who was Anne Hathaway married to? A: William Shakespeare . 6561. what does 'Argent' mean? A: Silver Q: What does the chemical symbol 'U' represent? A: Uranium Q: How many meters or yards are there in a nautical mile? A: 1852 or 2025(. 6572. 6567. 6571. A: American Express Q: Name the 1980's hit sung by Tina Turner and Rod Stewart? A: It takes two (baby) Q: Who played Rick Blaine in the film Casablanca? A: Humphrey Bogart Q: In heraldry. 6551. 6550. 6549. 6570. 6547. 6548. 6553. 6546. 6559.6540. 6557. 6558. 6545. 6568. 6554. 6543. 6566. 6542. 6563.

6574. 6577. 6579. 6596. 6578. 6580. 6605. 6585. 6584. 6583. 6590. 6591.6573. 6601. 6593. 6602. 6592. 6589. 6588. 6594. 6575. 6600. 6581. 6603. 6576. 6597.what was the name of the little man who could turn straw into gold A: Rumplestiltskin Q: In mythology who fired the arrow that struck Achilles in his heel? A: Paris Q: In which country was George Best born? A: Ireland Q: What animal is on the top of the Calcutta Cup? A: Elephant Q: Who had a top ten hit single with Sweet Child O' Mine in 1989? A: Guns 'n Roses Q: Who was the last British Governor of Hong Kong? A: Chris Patten Q: What was the former name of Ho Chi Minh City? A: Saigon Q: What is the last letter of the Greek Alphabet? A: Omega Q: Who wrote Pride and Prejudice? A: Jane Austen Q: What movement did Lord Baden Powell found? A: Boy scouts Q: Which country's capital city is San Salvador? A: El Salvador Q: What colour was Moby Dick? A: White Q: Which is the deepest land gorge in the world? A: The Grand Canyon Q: Where are all British monarchs crowned? A: Westminster Abbey Q: Which is the world's longest mountain range? A: Andes Q: In which country was former motor racing driver Ayrton Senna born? A: Brazil Q: Pyongyang is the capital of which Asian country? . 6582. 6604. 6598. 6599. Q: In fairy tales . 6587. 6586. 6595.

6616. them. Valentine Q: Which religious ceremony comes from the Greek word for 'to dip'? A: Baptism Q: Which Formula 1 team were barred for two races for running underweight cars A: BAR Q: Between 1600 & 1800 over 50% of girls in Britain had 1 of 3 Names. 6637. 6618. 6625. 6623. 6626. 6611. 6631. 6610. 6607.6606. A: North Korea Q: What is the age limit after which a Cardinal can't vote for the next Pope? A: 80 Q: What name is given to the chalice used by Jesus at the Last Supper? A: The Holy Grail Q: What is the world's largest animal-made structure? A: The Great Barrier Reef Q: Who is the patron saint of lovers? A: St. storm? 6632. 6613. 6614. 6621. 6633. 6636. . 6617. 6609. Mary. 6622. 6612. 6628. 6627. Elizabeth Q: What is the capital of the Bahamas? A: Nassau Q: What term describes the period between the Stone Age and the Iron Age? A: Bronze Age Q: Where is the Ceremony of the Keys held every evening? A: Tower of London Q: Who was the first footballer to be knighted? A: Sir Stanley Mathews Q: 20 Bottles of wine is called what? A: Nebuchadnezzar? Q: Which famous British artist had himself tied to the mast of a ship so that he could paint a A: Turner Q: How long is the appointed term of office of the secretary general of the United Nations? A: 5 Years Q: Which famous musical opens up with an auction underneath a Paris theatre? A: Phantom of the opera Q: What is Fred Flintstone's favourite sport? 6620. 6630. 6634. 6635. 6608. 6615. 6619. 6629. Name any one of A: Anne. 6624.

6659. 6646. 6643. A: Ten pin bowling Q: Strenuous exercise can cause a build-up of which acid in the muscles? A: Lactic Acid Q: What does a ‘Sommelier’ Do? A: Wine taster Q: What is the official language of Austria A: German Q: What name is given to a person that stuffs animals? A: Taxidermist Q: Which word means the forecast of the probable course or outcome of a disease? A: Prognosis Q: What is the common name for loss of peripheral sight? A: Tunnel vision Q: What name is given to plants that last for many years? A: Perrennials Q: In which Sport does your team only have to travel 3. 6655. 6654. 6669. 6667. 6649. 6657. 6639. 6663. 6640. 6641. 6651. 6648. 6656. 6660. 6661. 6668.6638. 6658. 6664. 6666.6 metres To Win? A: Tug Of War Q: What is a nickelodeon? A: A cinema Q: Which French town has a reputation for miracle cures? A: Lourdes Q: What was the name of the donkey in Winnie the Pooh? A: Eeyore Q: Which beverage may be black or green? A: Tea Q: Meaning before noon what does the acronym AM stand for? A: Ante meridian Q: Which military base in North Kentucky holds the US Gold Reserves? A: Fort Knox Q: Other than Psalms. 6652. 6662. 6653. 6644. 6665. 6670. 6645. 6650. 6647. 6642. which other Book of the Old Testament begins with ‘P’? A: Proverbs Q: To whom is the most mail addressed? A: Santa Claus .

but by what name do we usually know this drink? A: Tia Maria Q: What property of a body is calculated by multiplying its mass by its velocity? A: Momentum Q: Where in the body is the Scapula? A: Shoulder blade Q: Which war was fought between 1936 and 1939? A: Spanish Civil War . 6692. 6698. 6693. 6696. 6700. 6702. 6699.6671. 6679. 6686. 6701. 6687. 6672. 6684. 6688. 6677. 6683. 6682. 6695. 6678. the US Army produced a set of playing cards featuring its 52 most wanted Iraqis. 6689. 6697. 6680. 6690. 6685. 6694. Which card was assigned to Saddam Hussein? A: Ace of Spades Q: It means Aunt Mary in English. 6676. 6675. 6674. 6673. Strawberry and Chocolate Q: Which was the first country to have a public monorail system? A: Japan Q: What is the opposite of a 'Concave' lens? A: Convex Q: What is the Capital of New Zealand? A: Wellington Q: Who became the first black manager of a Premiership club when he took over at Chelsea in 1996? A: Ruud Gullit Q: What name is given to the President’s study in the White House? A: The Oval Office Q: Who composed the ballet Swan Lake? A: Tchaikovsky Q: Montezuma II was the last King of Whom? A: The Aztecs Q: Following the US invasion of Iraq in 2003. Q: If you were "Doing Leap Frog" or "Walking the Dog" what equipment would you be using? A: Yo Yo Q: Taken from the word for lid. 6691. what name is given to an assortment of Spanish hors d’oeuvres? A: Tapas Q: From which continent did the guinea pig originate? A: South America Q: Which three flavours make up a Neapolitan ice cream? A: Vanilla. 6681.

6711. 6707. 6734. 6725. 6722. 6729. 6706. what? Q: What is the capital of Pakistan? A: Islamabad Q: In the Wild West. 6713. 6727.6703. 6719. . 6704. 6732. 6708. 6728. 6726. 6710. 6718. 6720. what did the Red Indians call whisky? A: Firewater Q: Who did Cassius Clay beat to win his first world heavyweight boxing title? A: Sonny Liston Q: What is an "ocular contusion" more commonly known as? A: Black eye Q: When can you add two to eleven and get one as the correct answer? A: On a 12 hour Clock Q: What 2 creatures are on the Australian coat of arms? A: Kangaroo and Emu Q: Which WW2 pilot flew with artificial legs. 6715. 6709. 6705. 6731. what sort of school was run by Pussy Galore? A: Flying Q: What's the only active volcano in mainland Europe? A: Vesuvius Q: What was the name of the Skipper in Moby Dick? A: Captain Ahab Q: In what year was hanging abolished in the UK? A: 1965 6724. 6717. 6733. 6712. 6730. 6714. 6721. A: Sir Douglas Robert Steuart Bader Q: From which part of its body does a Cow Sweat? A: Nose Q: What did Charles Blondin do at the Niagara Falls? A: Cross them on a Tightrope Q: What name is given to the world famous rowing event that takes place on the Thames in Oxfordshire each year A: Henley Regatta Q: In 1962 Britain and France signed an agreement which led to co-operation in building A: Concorde Q: By what process does the sun's energy reach the earth? A: Radiation Q: In the film Goldfinger. 6723. 6716.

6761. 6760. 6752. 6737. 6738.6735. 6746. 6757. 6745. 6767. 6765. 6741. 6754. 6742. 6749. 6762. 6739. 6740. 6755. 6759. 6750. 6743. 6753. 6764. 6736. 6758. 6766. 6751. 6763. 6744. 6748. Q: What was the name of Batman's butler? A: Alfred Q: Which military rank does James Bond hold? A: Commander (a naval officer next in rank below captain) Q: Which rock 'n' roll star was killed in a car crash during a British tour in 1960? A: Eddie Cochran Q: What sport is played by the LA Lakers? A: Basketball Q: Who was the 1st Bond Girl? A: Ursula Andress Q: Who was the driver of the car in which Princess Diana was killed? A: Henri Paul Q: What is the capital of Peru? A: Lima Q: What does an acrophobic fear? A: Heights Q: Which band released an album entitled Wish You Were Here? A: Pink Floyd Q: Who is the Roman god of fire? A: Vulcan Q: In which English county is the ancient monument Stonehenge? A: Wiltshire Q: Who discovered penicillin? A: Alexander Fleming (1928) Q: Kulfi is a type of which Indian food? A: Ice-cream Q: Eugene the Jeep featured in which comic strip? A: Popeye Q: Who sang the theme tune to the Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies? A: Sheryl Crow Q: What acid is associated with muscles in the body experiencing lack of oxygen? A: Lactic acid Q: In 1960 which country had the first ever woman prime minister? . 6756. 6747.

6776. 6772. 6780. 6770.6768. 6777. 6771. 6773. 6779. 6774. 6769. 6775. 6778. Treasure Island? A: Robert Louis Stevenson Q: What was Tom Jones' first UK number one single? A: It's Not Unusual Q: What product was the first to appear in a UK TV commercial (in 1955)? A: Toothpaste (Gibbs SR) Q: What does a lepidopterist collect? A: Butterflies (and moths) . A: (Ceylon) Sri Lanka (Sirimavo Bandaranaike) Q: Nephritis is the inflamation of which part of the body? A: Kidneys Q: What does OPEC stand for? A: Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries Q: Who wrote the novel.

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