28.10.08

Quiz Extravaganza

 In which famous London building would you find the Whispering Gallery?    St. Paul's Cathedral
 What name was given to the embroidered box-like contraption at the front of men’s breeches in the early 16th century?    Cod Piece
 Which creature has the scientific name Ursus Arctos?    Brown Bear
"(Feels like) Heaven" was the first chart entry for which group in 1984?    Fiction Factory
"A Los Angeles Crime Saga" was the tagline for which film starring Robert de Niro and Al Pacino as adversaries on opposite sides of the law?    Heat
"Ain't Nobody" in 1984 was the first top ten hit for which singer?    Chaka Khan
"All children except one grow up" is the opening line of which well known literary work?    Peter Pan
"All the leaves are brown and the sky is grey" is the opening line of which song?    California Dreaming
"Badges, we don't need no stinking badges", a classic quote from which film?    Blazing Saddles
"Baker Street" was the biggest hit for which singer/guitarist?    Gerry Rafferty
"Day trip to Bangor" was the only chart hit for which band?    Fiddler'S Dram
"Do I feel lucky, well do ya punk?", possibly one of the most famous movie quotes of all time, said by which actor?    Clint Eastwood
"Does for rock and roll what 'The Sound Of Music' did for hills" is the tagline for which 1982 "Rockumentary"?    This Is Spinal Tap
"Don't Dilly Dally on the Way" was one of the best known songs of which great music hall performer?    Marie Lloyd
"Every Day Hurts" in 1979 was the only top ten hit for which group ?    Sad Cafe
"Falling Towards England" is the title of whose autobiography?    Clive James
"Feeling Groovy" was the first British hit for which American group?    Harpers Bizarre
"Feels So Good" is the title of whose current album?    Atomic Kitten
"Girly Girly" was the only top ten hit for which female singer?    Sophia George
"Greed is good, greed works" is a quote from which film starring Michael Douglas ?    Wall Street
"Have you seen her" and "Homely girl" were top ten hits for which group?    Chi Lites
"Here There And Everywhere" was the only chart hit for which American singer?    Emmylou Harris
"I wandered lonely as a cloud" is a famous line written by whom?    William Wordsworth
"I'll never forget the minute we met" are the opening words of which well known song?    Magic Moments
"Keep Your Hands To Yourself" was the first chart entry for which American rock band?    Georgia Satellites
"Marcheta" in 1961 was the first top 10 hit for which singer?    Karl Denver
"Money" (1979) and "TV" (1980) were the only two chart entries for which British group?    Flying Lizards
"Move Closer" was a 1985 number 1 hit for which female singer?    Phyllis Nelson
"Nellie the Elephant" in 1984 was the only chart hit for which group?    Toy Dolls
"Nothing Ever Happens" was the first top twenty hit for which British group?    Del Amitri
"Real Gone Kid" was the first top ten hit for which group?    Deacon Blue
"Roads?, where we're going we don't need roads", a famous line from which 1985 movie?    Back To The Future
"Sergeant" was the first of which popular series of films?    Carry On
"Sign up goal ace" is an appropriate anagram of which person's name?    Paul Gascoigne
"Sign up goal ace" is an appropriate anagram of which person's name?    Paul Gascoigne
"Sitting at a railway station, got a ticket for my destination" are lyrics from which top ten hit of 1966?    Homeward Bound
"Straight up" was the first hit for which american singer?    Paula Abdul
"Sugar Box" was the last chart hit for which band of the late 1980s?    Then Jericho
"Tapestry" is the title of a well known album by which singer?    Carole King
"This is how it feels" and "Dragging me down" were the first 2 top twenty hits for which 90s band?    Inspiral Carpets
"Thunder in the Mountains" in 1981 was the last top ten hit for which British singer?    Toyah Wilcox
"To Know Him Is To Love Him" is the only British hit for which American singing group?    Teddy Bears
"Venus" in 1970 was the only top ten hit for which Dutch band?    Shocking Blue
"We Belong" and "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" were hits for which singer?    Pat Benatar
"Which see" is the English translation of which Latin phrase that you may come across in a reference book?    Quod Vide
"Who are those guys?" asked the two heroes of which classic western?    Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid
"Who finds the money when you pay the rent" are lyrics from which well known song?    Lady Madonna
"You make me want to be a better man" said Jack Nicholson in which film?    As Good As It Gets
"You're gonna need a bigger boat" said Roy Scheider, in which film?    Jaws
(Not Yorkshire which is prefixed North, South and East)    Worcester
.What was the name of the central character in the film Breakfast At Tiffany's?    Holly Golightly
A well known French variety is called "boudin", what is it called in England?    Black Pudding
1, 4, 13, 27, 52, 66 are all examples of which type of digits?    Cardinal Numbers
What is the motto of the Boy Scout movement?    Be Prepared
After which rock and roll singer is the highschool in the film Grease named?    Bobby Rydell
1313 Cemetery Lane is the home address of which rather eccentric family?    Addams
1948 film in which Orson Welles and Rita Hayworth take a Pacific cruise    Lady In Shanghai
1954 - James Mason & Kirk Douglas  Disney fantasy/adventure.    20,000 Leagues Under The Sea
1955 animation starring a spaniel and a mongrel    Lady And The Tramp
1957 - Henry Fonda & Lee J Cobb  Courtroom drama.    12 Angry Men
1962 - Ralph Richardson & Peter Egan  Greek stand against Persians at Thermopylae.    300 Spartans
1963 - Charlton Heston & David Niven  Historical account of Boxer rebellion.    55 Days At Peking
1968 film in which Frank Sinatra as Tony Rome discovers a womans body    Lady In Cement
1969 - Burt Reynolds & Raquel Welch  Gun runner falls for female guerilla leader.    100 Rifles
1970 - Richard Attenborough & John Hurt Account of Christie murder case.    10 Rillington Place
1972 film in which Diana Ross portrays singer Billie Holliday    Lady Sings The Blues
1972 film in which Sarah Miles plays the lover of poet Lord Byron    Lady Caroline Lamb
1979 - Dan Ackroyd & John Belushi  Panic in Los Angeles after Pearl Harbour attack.    1941
1987 - Tom Selleck & Ted Danson  Bachelor roommates as custodians of an infant.    3 Men And A Baby
1989 - Anne Bancroft & Judi Dench  Correpondence between American woman and British bookseller.    84 Charing Cross Road
1994 - Luke Perry & Cynthia Geary  Biopic of rodeo legend Lane Frost.    8 Seconds
By what name was the eldest son of King Edward III known?    Black Prince
2002 film 'Charlotte Grey' is set during which war?    World War Ii
2600 people died after a leak of poisonous gas from the Union Carbide plant in Bhopal, the decimal halfpenny was withdrawn and Indira Gandhi was murdered by Sikh extreemists, all events from which year of the 1980s?    1984
What was the name of the conspiracy to assassinate Elizabeth I?    Babington Plot
Which childrens tv show has run continuosly since 1958?    Blue Peter
Which childrens tv show has run continuosly since 1958?    Booker Prize
Which 1946 film tells the story of two strangers who meet in a railway station café?    Brief Encounter
Which company was founded in 1909 as the Anglo-Persian Oil Company?    British Petroleum
Who duetted with Sarah Vaughan on the hit song "Passing Strangers"?    Billy Eckstine
In which famous building was Sir Winston Churchill born?    Blenheim Palace
What is reached at 212 degrees on the fahrenheit scale?    Boiling Point
8-0, 5-1 and 4-2 are formations used in which game?    Handball
Which Crosse & Blackwell preserve is named after a village in Staffordshire?    Branston Pickle
A brother and sister find themselves assimilated into a 1950s TV soap in which town?    Pleasantville
A courtroom drama set during the Boer War, which actor starred as 'Breaker Morant'?     Edward Woodward
A depressing Wild West town becomes the venue for a gun fighting competition and Sharon Stone shows the boys a thing or two. Which film?    The Quick And The Dead
A dusty Western town is the location for Gary Cooper's second Oscar winning performance. Which film?    High Noon
A flying fox is not really a fox, what exactly is it?    Fruit Bat
A miniature submarine small enough to fit inside a human vein is the setting for which 1966 sci-fi adventure?    Fantastic Voyage
A pregnant woman may be said to be in the …… …… what?    Pudding Club
A salesmen's convention is the setting for this 1999 movie starring Kevin Spacey and Danny de Vito.    The Big Kahuna
A shrine to which 8th century monk can be seen in Durham Cathedral?    Venerable Bede
A statue of Lewis Carroll's 'White Rabbit' stands on a promontory on which North Wales resort?    Llandudno.
A three way shoot out in a graveyard brings which Spaghetti Western to an end?    The Good, The Bad And The Ugly
A Vatican priest is sent to Brazil to investigate claims that statues bleeds from the eyes, which 1999 movie?    Stigmata
A weekend canoe trip for four friends turns into a nightmare in which 1972 film?    Deliverance
A yellow New York cab driven by Travis Bickle is the setting for much of which 1976 film?    Taxi Driver
A young girls bedroom is the location for a showdown between the forces of good and evil in which landmark horror film?    The Exorcist
Which tv character often referred to his wife as a "Silly old moo"?    Alf Garnett
Aboard which yacht did Sir Francis Chichester sail around the world?    Gipsy Moth
Abolished in 1960, it was completed by the last batch in 1962, what was it?    National Service
According to a popular song, "a nightingale sang in" ……. Where?    Berkeley Square
According to a series of books written by Andrew Davies, what was the name of "The worst girl in the world"?    Marmalade Atkins
According to a well known children's rhyme, Kitty fisher found a pocket belonging to who?    Lucy Locket
According to a well known song of where was Davy Crocket the king?    Wild Frontier
According to an old proverb where should you never fish?    In troubled waters
According to Beatrix Potter, whose father had an accident in Mr. McGregor's garden?    Peter Rabbit
According to legend, which dog watched over his master's Edinburgh grave for fourteen years?    Greyfriars Bobby
According to legend, which was the last creature to board Noah's Ark?    Manx Cat
According to northeast legend, what was the name of the ferocious winged serpent that lived in the River Wear?    Lambton Worm
According to the “language of flowers”, which flower represents Wisdom, purity and eternal love?    Orange Blossom
According to the Beatles who taught the band to play 20 years ago today?    Sergeant Pepper
According to the bible what was eaten by Adam and Eve against the wishes of God?    Forbidden Fruit
According to the bible who was the first person to see Jesus after his resurrection?    Mary Magdalene
According to the bible, into what were Shadrach, Mesach and Abednego cast?    Fiery Furnace
According to the book of Exodus where was Moses found in a basket after having been abandoned?    River Nile
According to the popular rhyme which person "works hard for a living"?    Saturday'S Child
According to the popular rhyme which person is "loving and giving"?    Friday'S Child
According to the popular rhyme who is "fair of face"    Tuesday'S Child
According to the Temptations in 1969, "you can be what you wanna be, cos you ain't got no responsibility" where?    Cloud Nine
According to the title of a 1941 W.C. Fields film, what should you never give a sucker?    Even Break
According to the title of a 1987 comedy film starring Barbara Harris, what "Don't Explode"?    Nice Girls
Across which body of water did Charon ferry the souls of the dead in mythology?    River Styx
Actore Ross Kemp is most associated with which tv character?    Grant Mitchell
Actress Pat Phoenix is especially remembered as which tv character?    Elsie Tanner
Adolphe and Barani are the names of moves in which sport?    Trampolining
After a royal flush and a straight flush which is the next best hand in poker?    Four Aces
After Jersey and Guernsey, which is the next largest of the Channel Islands?    Alderney
After which British army officer was a type of prefabricated corrugated steel shelter named?    Peter Nissen
After which British monarch is a popular breed of spaniel named?    King Charles
After which British Prime minister is a type of bag named?    William Gladstone
After which Charles Dicken's character is a type of umbrella named?    Sarah Gamp
After which creature was the exocet missile named?    Flying Fish
After which Dutch admiral was the island of Tasmania originally named?    Anthony Van Diemen
After which French trapeze artist was the standard attire of trapeze artists named?    Jules Leotard
After which of Joseph Stalin's foreign ministers is a type of home made bomb named?    Vyacheslav Molotov
After which politician were policemen nicknamed "Bobbys"?    Robert Peel
After which politician were the young boys who worked in the coal mines during World War II named?    Ernest Bevin
After which scientist is the unit of magnetic flux density named?    Nikola Tesla
After which sufferer from the disease is Britains major AIDS charity named?    Terence Higgins
After which Swedish chemist are a series of annual awards named?    Alfred Nobel
After which tv character was the so called "Downing Street cat" named?    Humphrey Appleby
After who is the loading line on a cargo ship named?    Samuel Plimsoll
After whom is the teddy bear reputed to have been named?    Theodore Roosevelt
After whom is the world's most famous stamp catalogue named?    Stanley Gibbons
Al Pacino stars as a man trapped in a bank by police after an attempted robbery goes wrong.    Dog Day Afternoon
Alan Evans won the first British Open title in which sport?    Darts
Alberto Tomba specialised in which skiing discipline?    Slalom
Aldous Huxley novel    Crome Yellow
Alexei Leonov was the first to perform what in 1965?    Space Walk
Ali Osman was a café owner in the early episodes of which tv series?    Eastenders
All modern thoroughbred racehorses are descended from one of three 18th century sires, Godolphin Arabian, Byerley turk and which other?    Darley Arabian
All of what are descended from the Darley Arabian, the Byerley Turk and the Godolphin Arabian?    Thoroughbred Horse
All thoroughbred race horses are descended from one of Darley Arabian, Byerley Turk and which other horse?    Godolphin Arabian
Allan Stewart Konigsberg is the real name of which well known person?    Woody Allen
Allied commandos embark on a do or die mission to destroy two German guns on a Turkish island..    The Guns Of Navarone
Allied troops parachute behind enemy lines with disastrous results.    A Bridge Too Far
Alphabetically what is the last English County………………    Wiltshire
'Also Sprach Zarathustra' and 'The Blue Danube' by Johann Strauss are both used on the soundtrack of which 1968 sci-fi adventure?    2001: A Space Odyssey
Altofts & Normanton, Dalkieth & Monktonhall and Giggleswick & Settle are all names of what?    Brass Bands
American radio actor Arthur Bryan provided the voice of which character until his death in 1959?    Elmer Fudd
An American Captain leads British prisoners in an escape from an Italian prisoner of war camp.    Von Ryan'S Express
An eboshi is a type of hat worn by the referee in which sport?    Sumo
Ankle lace and body lock are moves in which contact sport?    Wrestling
Anthony Hopkins won an Oscar in 1991, what was the name of the character he portrayed?    Hannibal Lecter
'Any Given Sunday' is an account of which professional sport?    American Football
Aquila Chrysaetos is the scientific name for which creature?    Golden Eagle
Architect Giles Gilbert Scott designed which object, once seen on streets throughout Britain?    Telephone Box
Argus was the name of the first of which type of vessel?    Aircraft Carrier
Arizona has 2 nicknames - Grand Canton State and which other?    Apache State
As often stated in many films, what is Oliver Hardy's middle name?    Norville
As what do motorists use the chemical ethylene glycol?    Anti Freeze
Astronauts go to Mars to search for solutions to save a dying Earth. Which film?    Red Planet
At 210 miles in length, which is Englands longest waterway?    River Thames
At a high-school party, four friends try losing their virginity but discover that it isn't as easy as they had thought in which 1999 comedy/romance?    American Pie
At a highway gas station/motel where they live, two young brothers witness their parents murder in which 1991 film?    Eye Of The Storm
At the end of the film, which planet is revealed as the 'Planet of the Apes'?    Earth
At the mouth of which river does Hong Kong stand?    Pearl River
At which battle fought on 22nd/23rd January 1879  were 11 Victoria Crosses won?    Rorke'S Drift
At which battle in 1314 did Robert the Bruce defeat the forces of Edward II?    Bannockburn
At which battle of 1297 did William Wallace score a decisive victory over the English?    Stirling Bridge
At which battle of 1704 did the Duke of Marlborough defeat a combined force of French and Bavarian soldiers?    Blenheim
At which Berkshire airforce base were there a number of well publicised nuclear protest during the 1980s?    Greenham Common
At which building on the Isle of Wight was Charles I held prisoner for ten months?    Carisbrooke Castle
At which coastal resort in West Sussex did George V spend time recovering from illness?    Bognor Regis
At which fictional school did Wackford Squeers serve as headmaster?    Dotheboys Hall
At which Olympic Games was Ben Johnson was stripped of a gold medal for having taken anabolic steroids?    (Seoul in Korea)
At which Olympic games was Nadia Comeneci give seven perfect scores?    Montreal
At which Olympics was judo included as a full sport?    Tokyo
At which public school is squash believed to have originated?    Harrow
At which sporting event would you expect to see people tossing the caber?    Highland Games
At which stadium do Hull City FC play their home games?    Kingston Communications
At which tv school did Bernard Hedges teach class 5C?    Fenn Street
At which venue in Hammersmith is an important tennis tournament held a fortnight before Wimbledon?    Queen'S Club
At which weight was Nigel Benn the WBC world boxing champion?    Super Middleweight
Austerlitz was the real surname of which popular entertainer?    Fred Astaire
Australia’s highest mountain Mount Kosciuzko is named after an army officer and patriot of which nationality?    Polish
Australians call it a glory box, how is it known in this country?    Bottom Drawer
Which particular product is associated with the company Lea and Perrins?    Worcester Sauce
Where do Bristol City play their home football league matches?    Ashton Gate
Babs, Joy and Teddy were the first names of which musical trio?    Beverley Sisters
Backyard, Bicycle and Six Wicket are variants of which game?    Croquet
Banker, Proof and Bolt are all novels by which popular writer?    Dick Francis
Bantry Blues and Carbery Rangers compete in which sport?     Gaelic Football
Barbados in 1975 was a number 1 hit for which One Hit Wonders?    Typically Tropical
Barbara Bel Geddes and Donna Reed both played which tv character?    Ellie Ewing
Bardsey Head and St David's Head lie at either end of which stretch of water?    Cardigan Bay
Bardsey Head and St David's Head lie at either end of which stretch of water?    Cardigan Bay
Bardsey Head and St David's Head lie at either end of which stretch of water?    Cardigan Bay
Barrie Robran and Jock McHale are famous names in which sport?    Australian Rules
Barry Dancer has acted as head coach for Britain's team in which sport?    Hockey
Based on a true story, which film is set in the North Sea on a fishing boat named 'Andrea Gail'?    The Perfect Storm
Basmati is a variety of which foodstuff?    Rice
Basmati is a variety of which foodstuff?    Rice
Beauty is truth, truth beauty" was written by John Keats in an ode dedicated to what?    Grecian Urn
Begbie, Sick-Boy and Spud all indulge their heroin habit in which city?    Edinburgh
Ben Samuels and Mark Craig were doctors working at which television hospital?    St Elsewhere
Betta splendens is the scientific name of which creature?    Fighting Fish
Better known as a singer, he played the part of Smitty in The Alamo.Who is he?    Frankie Avalon
Between 1589 and 1925 this Russian city was known as Tsaritsyn, in 1961 it became known as Volgograd, what was it called from 1925-1961?    Stalingrad
Between 1970-1993 a portrait of William Shakespeare appeared on the reverse of which English banknote?    20
Beverley was the county town of which old division of Yorkshire?    East Riding
Bill "Bojangles" Robinson was arguably America's most famous exponent of which art?    Tap Dancing
Bill "Bojangles" Robinson was arguably America's most famous exponent of which art?    Tap Dancing
Bill "Bojangles" Robinson was arguably America's most famous exponent of which art?    Tap Dancing
Bisque and matelote are both types of what?    Fish Soup
Blue Diamond is a nightclub in which John Le Carre novel?    Smiley'S People.
Blue Point, Seal Point and Lilac Point are all varieties of what?    Siamese Cat
Bomoh, Curandero and Sangoma are all alternative names for what?    Witch Doctor
Brachetto, Nosiola and Dimyat are all names of what?    Red Wine
Brian Orser and Brian Boitano were famous names in which sport?    Ice Skating
British railway lines are 4' 8 1/2" apart, what name is given to this distance??    Standard Gauge
By what collective name are the brothers Andy and Carl Pemberton better known?    Journey South
By what is a new born baby attached to its mother?    Umbilical Cord
By what name are the Franciscan order of monks often known?    Grey Friars
By what name did Daniel become known after being instructed by Mr Miyagi in a 1984 film?    Karate Kid
By what name did Paul Hill, Gerry Conlon, Patrick Armstrong and Carole Richardson become known collectively during the 1970s?    Guildford Four
By what name did the 1932 English cricket tour of Australia become known?    Body Line
By what name do most people refer to Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon?    Queen Mother
By what name do the locals refer to the Glasgow underground system?    Clockwork Orange
By what name do we usually refer to an ocular contusion?    Black Eye
By what name has the date January 30th 1972 become known in British history?    Bloody Sunday
By what name have generations of schoolchildren referred to the hated pudding tapioca?    Frog Spawn
By what name is an estate car known in the U.S.A??    Station Wagon
By what name is Dennis Potter's character Philip Marlow known in the title of one of his works?    Singing Detective
By what name is deuterium oxide commonly known?    Heavy Water
By what name is Lateral Epicondylitis more commonly known?    Tennis Elbow
By what name is Thailand's notorious Bangkwang Prison more commonly known?    Bangkok Hilton
By what name is the ailment tinea pedis more commonly known?    Athlete'S Foot
By what name is the chronic fatigue illness M.E. commonly known?    Yuppy Flu
By what name is the clavicle more commonly known?    Collar Bone
By what name is the cor anglais also known?    English Horn
By what name is the date of 11th November 1918 known?    Armistice Day
By what name is the decalogue better known?    Ten Commandments
By what name is the disease pertussis more usually known?    Whooping Cough
By what name is the disease rubella more commonly known?    German Measles
By what name is the disease varicella more commonly known?    Chicken Pox
By what name is the film character Pamela Isley better known?    Poison Ivy
By what name is the National Council on ageing more commonly known?    Age Concern
By what name is the operatic character Cio Cio San better known?    Madame Butterfly
By what name is the scapula usually known?    Shoulder Blade
By what name is the tv cartoon character Robert Underdunk Terwilliger better known?    Sideshow Bob
By what name is the villain Sylvester Sneekly better known?    Hooded Claw
By what name was Alan B'Stard known in the title of a tv show?    New Statesman
By what name was Harry Longbaugh better known in the 19th century?    Butch Cassidy
By what name was the character Otto Octavius otherwise known in the film Spiderman 2?    Dr Octopus
By what name was the Dutchwoman Margarethe Zoelle better known?    Mata Hari
By what name was the EEC often referred to in its early years?    Common Market
By what name was the eldest son of King Edward III of England known?    Black Prince
By what name was the tomato once known?    Love Apple
By what name was the United Arab Emirates known until 1971?    Trucial States
By what name was William Joyce known during World War II?    Lord Haw Haw
By what name were Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield known in the wolrd of music?    Righteous Brothers
By what name were Rowntrees Smarties known until 1937?    Chocolate Beans
By what name were the founders of the Co-operative movement known?    Rochdale Pioneers
By what name were Valerie Holliday, Fayette Pinkney and Sheila Ferguson known in the music world?    Three Degrees
By what nickname is politician John Prescott known?    Two Jags
By what nickname was British middle distance runner Gordon Pirie known?    Puff Puff
By what nickname was Mafia boss John Gotti known?    Teflon Don
By what nickname was the 19th century American Harvey Logan better known??    Kid Curry
By what nickname was the literary character John Dawkins known?    Artful Dodger
By what nickname was the tap dancer Bill Robinson usually known?    Mr Bojangles
By what other name is lignite sometimes known?    Brown Coal
By what other name was Sir Francis Drake's ship The Pelican also known?    Golden Hind
c)Which Bond villain had a sidekick named Oddjob?    Auric Goldfinger
Calum Giles and Ben Sharpe are international players of which sport?    Hockey
Canaletto was an Italian artist particularly noted for his paintings of his native city.Which city was it?    Venice
Cashmere lop & Flemish giant are both breeds of which animal?    Rabbit
Castries is the capital city of which island nation?    Saint Lucia
Ceratotherium Simum is the scientific name of which animal?    White Rhino
Cervus elaphus is the scientific name of which British mammal?    Red Deer
Charles Lindbergh was first to fly the Atlantic what was the name of his plane?    Spirit Of St Louis
Charlotte Beyser Bartholdi was the model for which statue?    The Statue Of Liberty.
Cheltenham, Rugby, Winchester and Westminster are all examples of what?    Public Schools
Cher Ami was awarded the Croix De Guerre for his heroic service in the forts of Verdun during World War I, who or what was Cher Ami?    Carrier Pigeon
Chris Snode was a leading British performer in which sport?    Diving
Christy Ring and Nicky Rackard are famous names in which sport?    Hurling
Citrullus laratus is the scientific name for which fruit?    Water Melon
Clay, shale and limestone is ground to a powder and baked in a kiln, the baked mixture forms clods (clinkers), which are then ground up and mixed with gypsum. What is made by using this recipe?    Portland Cement
Cliff Inglis was the first World Masters champion in which sport?    Darts
Clint Eastwood leads his inexperienced and undisciplined marines into battle in Grenada in which film?    Heartbreak Ridge
Comparing the thickness of a liquid to that of water at 4 degrees celcius gives what?    Relative Density
Complete the phrase meaning something is simple and easily understood. "It's not ………. ………."    Rocket Science
Complete the proverb - You can't make an omlette without ……………………..    Breaking Eggs
Complete the proverb: "It is better to be .... .... than rich"?    Born Lucky
Complete the title of Darwin's famous book - "On the origin of the species by means of ........ ........ ?    Natural Selection
Complete the title of this Leslie Thomas novel "Stand Up ......................."    Virgin Soldiers
Complete the title of this novel by Anne Bronte: 'The Tenant of '    Wildfell Hall
Complete this quote from Mother Theresa? "…..  …..  are short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless"    Kind Words
Conchigli is a type of pasta of which shape?    Shell
Consignia became the new name of which organisation in March 2001?    Post Office
Consignia became the new name of which organisation in March 2001?    Post Office
'Constantine' (2005) was the first feature film made by which popular music video director?    Francis Lawrence
Crazy People was the original title for which chaotic comedy series?    Goon Show
'Crimson Tide' (1995) was set on which type of Navy vessel?    Nuclear Submarine
'Cruel Intentions' (1999), starring Sarah Michelle Gellar is set in which type of institution?    School
'Cry Freedom' was set in which country?    South Africa
Cyclas revoluta, brahea dulcis  and cocos nucifera are all varieties of what?    Palm Trees
Damon Hill was the last British Formula One Champion which British driver was Champion before that?    Nigel Mansell
Dance On was the first chart hit for which female singer in 1963?    Kathy Kirby
Dario Frigo and Mario Cipollini are cyclists from which country?    Italy
Dartmoor National Park lies entirely within which British county?    Devon
Dartmoor National Park lies entirely within which British county?    Devon
Dating back to the 10th century reign of Malcolm Canmore, what is the modern name for gillie chalium?    Sword Dance
Dave Whistle is a famous coach in which sport?    Ice Hockey
David Yip played which ethnic policeman on television?    Chinese Detective
Delia Smith is a director of which football club?    Norwich City
Denis Papin is credited with the 1675 invention of what?    Pressure Cooker
Dennis Connor was a famous name in which sport?    Sailing
Denzel Washington as a desperate father takes hostages In a hospital emergency room, which film?    John Q
Desogen, Modicon and Microgestin are brand names of what?    Oral Contraceptive
Dick York and Dick Sargent both played which tv character?    Darren Stevens
Dicky dirt, apples and pears and whistle and flute are examples of what?    Rhyming Slang
Dilute acetic acid can be found in most peoples homes, what is its more common name?    Vinegar
Dilute acetic acid can be found in most peoples homes, what is its more common name?    Vinegar
Discovered in Clay County West Virginia in 1914 it was first known as Mullin's Yellow Seedling, by what name is now known?    Golden Delicious
'Doctor Zhivago' starring Omar Sharif and Julie Christie is set during the revolution in which country?    Russia
Dr Robert was the lead singer of which successful 1980s pop group?    Blow Monkeys
Dr. Frank-N-Furter is the main character in which comedy/horror of 1975?    The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Dry, wet, streamer and nymph are the four categories of which sporting accessory?    Fishing Flies
Duncan Goodhew specialised in which swimming stroke?    Breaststroke
During which century was the 7 years war fought?    18Th
During which monarch’s reign was Blackadder II set?    Queen Elizabeth I
During which month of 1881 was Billy the Kid shot dead by Sherrif Pat Garrett?    Answer - July 15Th (St Swithins Day)
During which part of Handel's Messiah does the audience traditionally stand?    Hallelujah Chorus
During which year of the 1980s did the Piper Alpha oil rig explode in the North Sea?    1988
During which year of the 1980s did the SAS shoot three IRA members in Gibraltar?    1988
During which year of the 1980s was it first possible to spend a £1 coin?    1983
During which year of the 1980s were over 2000 people killed after a leak of poisonous gas from the Union Carbide plant at Bhopal in India?    1984
During World War II what nickname was given to the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve?    Wavy Navy
Which song by Judy Collins was also an instrumental number 1 hit?    Amazing Grace
Eddie Merckx is, arguably, Belgium's most famous sportsman In which sport did he win his fame?    Cycling
'Empire of the Sun' was the first Hollywood film to be made in which country?    China
England beat Cyprus - in 'Who scored all the goals?    Malcolm McDonald
England's biggest cave is found in the village of Cheddar in Somerset, what is it called?    Wookey Hole
Ernest Evans was born in the Usa in 1941, under what name did he become famous?    Chubby Checker
Essendon Bombers and Geelong Cats are two of the major teams competing in which sport?    Australian Rules
Ethology is the scientific term for the study of what?    Animal Behaviour
Which small organs above the kidneys prepare the body during times of stress by increasing heart rate and blood flow?    Adrenal Gland
Feathers from which bird are traditionally used for making shuttlecocks?    Goose
Field, Target and Clout are three of the disciplines in which sport?    Archery
First published in 1665 it was eventually taken over by HMSO, what was it?    London Gazette
FITA is the governing body of which sport?    Archery
Five friends go to a cabin in the woods but end up unleashing unspeakable evil from the forest. Name this 1981 classic horror.    The Evil Dead
Flock, herd, muster and pack are all examples of what?    Collective Nouns
Flying Fish Cove is the capital of which island?    Christmas Island
For his portrayal of which character did Marlon Brando win the 1972 Oscar for best actor?    Vito Corleone
For how many pieces of silver did Judas Iscarriot betray Jesus Christ?    30
For what activity was the borzoi originally bred?    Hunting Wolves
For what are the Dove Awards presented each year?    Gospel Music
For what do the initial letters of BAFTA stand?    British Academy Of Film And Television Arts
For what do the letters of OXFAM stand?    Oxford Committee For Famine Relief
For what do the letters of SERPS stand?    State Earnings Related Pension Scheme
For what proverbially does the devil find work?    Idle Hands
For which 1940 film did Ginger Rogers win the best actress Oscar?    Kitty Foyle
For which 1960 film did Sophia Loren win her only best actress Oscar?    Two Women
For which 1980 film did Robert Redford win the best director Oscar?    Ordinary People
For which annual sporting event is the russell Cargill Trophy awarded?    Middlesex Sevens
For which event of 1851 was the Crystal Palace constructed in Hyde Park?    Great Exhibition
For which film did Audrey Hepburn win the 1953 Best Actress Oscar?    Roman Holiday
For which film did Greer Garson win the 1942 best actress Oscar?    Mrs Miniver
For which film did Katharine Hepburn win her first Oscar in 1933?    Morning Glory
For which film did Robert Duvall win an Oscar as the down and out country singer Mac Sledge?    Tender Mercies
For which film did Spencer Tracy win his second best actor Oscar?    Boy'S Town
For which film did Spencer Tracy win his second best actor Oscar?    Boy'S Town
For which invention is Lewis Waterman remembered?    Fountain Pen
For which invention is the name of Jacob Schick remembered?    Electric Razor
For which man have Damon Hill and Nigel Mansell both worked?    Frank Williams
For which oboist did both Elgar and Vaughan Williams write pieces?    Leon Goossens
For which organisation do all BBC weather forecasters work?    Meteorological Office
For which political party was Cyril Smith an MP?    Liberal
For which stewardship does an MP apply when he wishes to resign his seat?    Chiltern Hundreds
For which television character is actor Bill Owen best known?    Compo Semini
For which young girl did Lewis Carroll write his most celebrated work?    Alice Liddell
For whom was the most famous tourist attraction at Agra constructed?    Mumtaz Mahal
Formed in 1644 as the Duke of York's Maritime Regiment of foot, by what name are they known today?    Royal Marines
Founded in 1440 by Henry VI, it stands on the bank of the Thames.What is it?    Eton College
Founded in 1717, they won the FA Cup in 1875, who are they?    Royal Engineers
Four of the Marx brothers stowaway on a luxury liner and all pretend to be Maurice Chevalier.    Monkey Business
Four people take refuge in an abandoned shopping mall in which sequel to 'Night of the Living Dead'?    Dawn Of The Dead
Four teenagers at a private school uncover and explore the depths of a sealed underground bomb shelter. Which 2001 film?    The Hole
Four young friends are sentenced to a year in the Wilkenson Detention Centre in New York, an experience that changes their lives. Which 1996 film?    Sleepers
Frank McCourt and his family live among the pre-war slums of Limerick in which 1999 film?    Angela'S Ashes
Frank Pierce (Nicholas Cage) is a paramedic working in Hell's Kitchen in which Martin Scorcese film?    Bringing Out The Dead
Freetown is the capital city of which independent country?    Sierra Leone
From what distance are penalty throws taken in handball/    7 Metres
From what material is the winged statue of Eros in Piccadilly Circus made?    Aluminium.
From what was Cinderella's coach made    A pumpkin
From where in Florida were the manned moon rockets launched?    Cape Kennedy
From where in London would you catch trains to Brighton and Dover?    Victoria Station
From where is the drug quinine obtained?    Cinchona Tree
From where was america's first spaceman launced in February 1962?    Cape Canaveral
From which alloy are all of todays silver coins manufactured?    Cupro Nickel
From which animal of the cervidae family is a well known perfume obtained?    Musk Deer
From which Asian flower are the drugs morphine and codeine extracted?    Opium Poppy
From which material is an ice hockey puck made?    Vulcanised Rubber
From which security firms warehouse was £26 million in gold bars stolen in 1983?    Brinks Mat
From which tree do we obtain conkers?    Horse Chestnut
From which type of wood were all bowls once made?    Lignum Vitae
Frozen Run, Goose Island and Tommyknockers are all brand names of which drink?    Root Beer
Full Wells, Half Wells and Cigar are shapes of handles on which piece of sporting equipment?    Fishing Rod
Which food retailing company owns the Safeway chain of supermarkets?    Argyll Group
Gas cooled and water cooled are the two basic types of what?    Nuclear Reactor
Geezer Butler, Tony Iommi and Bill Ward were three of the four founding members of which heavy rock band?    Black Sabbath
Gene Rodenberry is best remembered as the creator of which popular tv series?    Star Trek
George Burley has recently been sacked from his post as manager of which football club?    Ipswich Town
George Clooney blasts off into space in which 2002 James Cameron film?    Solaris
George Nissen constructed the first of which piece of sporting apparatus in his garage in the early 1930s?    Trampoline
George Sanders provided the voice for which character in the 1967 film The Jungle Book?    Shere Khan
German soldiers infiltrate an English village in an attempt to assassinate Winston Churchill.    The Eagle Has Landed
'Get Carter' starring Michael Caine was filmed in which northern city?    Newcastle
Glover, Lord, Paice, Gillan and Blackmore were the classic line up of which rock band?    Deep Purple
Golfer Bobby Jones named his putter after which character from the American west?    Calamity Jane
Gonadotrophin is the most widely used of its type, what is it?    Fertility Drug
Good Vibrations and Sloop John B were major hits for which group?    Beach Boys
Gottleib Daimler is credited with having invented the first practical what in 1885?    Motor Cycle
Granadilla is the alternative name for what?    Passion Fruit
Greco-Roman and Freestyle are the two Olympic disciplines in which sport?    Wrestling
Green Tambourine was a hit for which group in 1968?    Lemon Pipers
Groucho Marx and Charlie Chaplin both died in which year?    1977
Growing to a length of 35 feet, which is the world’s longest species of snake?    Python
From which creature is mohair obtained?    Angora Goat
Halichoerus grypus is the scientific name of which creature?    Grey Seal
Halifax is the capital city of which Canadian province?    Nova Scotia
Hammer and stirrup are two of the three bones in the ear what is the third?    Anvil
Hans Gunter Winkler was the first European champion in which sport?    Show Jumping
'Happy' Harada retired from international competition in which sport in 2003?    Ski Jumping
Harvey Keitel is a corrupt cop working in the  N.Y.P.D. in which 1992 movie?    Bad Lieutenant
He was the uncle of Prince Philip and the cousin of the Queen and he also served as Viceroy of India, what was his full name?    Louis Mountbatten
Head Over Heels In Love was a 1979 hit for which singer?    Kevin Keegan
Hello this is Joannie" in 1978 was the only top ten hit for which male singer?    Paul Evans
Henry Bessemer's 'Converter' was the most advanced of its kind, what was it?    Blast Furnace
Henry James novel    Daisy Miller
Hippophobia is a fear of what?    Horses
His real name was Clive and he had a top ten hit in 1976, his elder brothers Richard and Peter both had No 1 hits, who is he?    Robin Sartstedt
How are followers of the Carmelite order commonly known?    White Friars
How are the Magi usually referred to?    Wise Men
How are the siblings Jack, Harry, Albert and Samuel known in the world of cinema?    Warner Brothers
How do you say "please" and "thankyou" in French?    S'Il Vous Plait - Merci
How do you say "please" and "thankyou" in German?    Bitte - Danke Schon
How do you say "please" and "thankyou" in Italian?    Per Favore - Grazie
How does Noddy earn his living in Toytown?    Taxi Driver
How far from the ground should the bullseye be when playing darts?    5' 8"
How high in feet is the net used in badminton?    5
How high is the net in table tennis?    6 Inches
How is agent Paul Metcalfe better known on children's tv?    Captain Scarlet
How is Antony Armstrong-Jones more popularly known?    Lord Snowdon
How is Saint Stephen's Day otherwise known?    Boxing Day
How is the singer Michael Barrett better known?    Shakin' Stevens
How long did Spencer Tracy spend over Tokyo in the 1944 film about the American retaliation for the attack on Pearl Harbour?    Thirty Seconds
How long do the important equestrian events at Badminton and Burghley last?    Three Days
How long is a chukka in polo?    71/2 Minutes
How long is the course for the University Boat Race?    41/4 Miles
How many arms does a star fish have?    Five
How many arrows are fired by each competitor in club archery competition?    36
How many attempts at each weight are competitors allowed in weightlifting?    3
How many consecutive strikes does a ten pin bowler need for a perfect game?    12
How many countries signed the Treaty of Rome in 1957?    Six
How many countries signed the Treaty of Rome in 1957?    6
How many different scoring segments are there on a standard dartboard?    82
How many different types of sword are used in fencing?    3
How many feathers are used in a badminton shuttlecock?    16
How many hits are required to win a men's fencing bout?    5
How many members are in each team in Olympic team archery competition?    3
How many members of the scoring jury officiate in weightlifting?    5
How many minutes are there in a period in ice hockey?    20
How many penalty points are incurred for knocking down a fence in show jumping?    4
How many people are in each boat in the University Boat Race?    9
How many people crew a Flying Dutchman yacht?    2
How many players are in a netball team?    7
How many players are there in a Gaelic Football team?    15
How many players are there in a handball team?    7
How many players are there in a netball team?    7
How many players form a curling team?    4
How many players make up a volleyball team?    6
How many players make up an Australian rules Football team?    18
How many points are awarded for a goal in Aussie Rules Football?    6
How many points are awarded for a goal in Gaelic Football?    3
How many points are awarded for a goal in hurling?    3
How many points are awarded for a koka in Judo?    3
How many points are awarded for an ippon in Judo?    10
How many points are required to win a game of badminton?    15
How many points are required to win a table tennis game?    21
How many points is the blue ball worth in snooker?    5
How many provinces in Northern Ireland?    Six
How many scoring circles are there on an archery target?    5
How many sides has a rhombus?    4
How many steps led to the house occupied by the villains in the first Richard Hannay novel?    Thirty Nine
How many 'time outs' is each team allowed in handball?    1
How many time zones are there in the USA?    5
How many times did Geoff Capes win the World's Strongest Man title?    2
How many times has the world snooker championship been played outside Britain?    1
How many weight divisions are there in sumo wrestling?    1
How many wickets are used in a game of croquet?    9
How many years constitute a pearl anniversary?    30
How much do railway stations cost in monopoly?    200
How often is the Admiral's Cup in yachting competed for?    Every 2 Years
How was Lord Greystoke better known?    Tarzan
How was Mrs Avery referred to in the title of a 1972 hit record?    Sylvia'S Mother
How was the Belgian Soeur Sourire known in Britain?    Singing Nun
How was the character Joe Buck known in the title of a well known film?    Midnight Cowboy
How was the father of Bonnie Prince Charlie popularly known?    Old Pretender
How were Eve Graham, Lyn Paul, Marty Kristian, Peter Doyle and Paul Layton known during the 1980s?    New Seekers
How were siblings Debbie, Joni, Kim and Kathy known professionally?    Sister Sledge
How were Terry Collier and Bob Ferris known on television?    Likely Lads
How were the siblings Ellis, Currer and Acton Bell better known?    Bronte Sisters
How were Valerie Holliday, Fayette Pinkney and Sheila Ferguson known in the music world?    Three Degrees
How were Valerie Holliday, Fayette Pinkney and Sheila Ferguson known in the music world?    Three Degrees
How were Wordsworth, Coleridge and Southey known?    Lake Poets
Hydrophobia is another name for which disease?    Rabies
What title is given to the principal law officer of the English Crown?    Attorney General
Ian Brown, Gary Mounfield, John Squire and Alan Wren was the most successful line up of which Manchester band?    Stone Roses
If an Australian told you somebody was a "Rock Chopper" what would they be?    Roman Catholic
If Mondays child is fair of face, what is Fridays child?    Loving And Giving
If you "put your right foot in, your right foot out" what are you doing?    Hokey Cokey
If you have the initials FRCVS after your name what job are you qualified for?    Vet
If you were holding a Lee Enfield, what would you have?    Rifle
If you wrote a note on the bottom line of the treble clef, what note would that be?    E
Impatiens is the scientific name for which well known plant?    Busy Lizzy
In 1843 who became the business partner of Francis May?    William Bryant
In 1843 who became the business partner of William Bryant?    Francis May
In 1873 who became the business partner of Richard Benson?    William Hedges
In 1873 who became the business partner of William Hedges?    Richard Benson
In 1922 Henri Landru was guillotined for the murder of at least 10 women, whose bodies had never been discovered, by what nickname was he known?    Bluebeard
In 1922 Henri Landru was guillotined for the murder of at least 10 women, whose bodies had never been discovered, by what nickname was he known?    Bluebeard
In 1931 in Chicago Tom Hanks is Michael Sullivan, a professional hit man. Name the film.    Road To Perdition
In 1960 Dr. Thomas Creighton became the first person in the UK to receive what?    Parking Ticket
In 1960s Yorkshire, Billy Casper's life is transformed when he becomes fascinated with a wild kestrel. Name the film.    Kes
In 1967, who appeared on the first cover of Rolling Stone magazine?    John Lennon
In 1984 which was the first ever public agency to be privatised?    British Telecom
In 1988, Roy Orbison, Jeff Lynne and Tom Petty were founding members of which band?    Travelling Wilburys
In a correctional Southern prison Lucas Jackson refuses to conform, name this film.    Cool Hand Luke
In a crumbling Italian villa a young nurse tends to a badly burned airman, name this 1996 movie.    The English Patient
In a famous film, who rode Arizona Pie to victory in England's premier steeplechase?    Velvet Brown
In a Tale of two cities what name the two cities?    Paris/London
In a well known song where did Terry and Julie meet each Friday night?    Waterloo Station
In a well known song, under the shade of what did a jolly swagman camp?    Coolibah Tree
In a well known song, who spent all his money on whisky and beer?    The Wild Rover
In amateur boxing, into which division is a boxer weighing between 132 - 140 pounds?    Light Welterwight
In America what name is given to the official document giving notice of termination of employment?    Pink Slip
In an industrial town in Oklahoma, Rusty James tries to live up to the reputation of his older brother Motorcycle Boy in which Coppola film?    Rumblefish
In ancient Egypt, what name was given to the four containers in which a dead person's embalmed organs were held.    Canopic Jars
In angling, what name is given to a metal lure which rotates on a fixed axis?    Spinner
In astrology which are the three "Water Signs"?    Cancer, Pisces And Scorpio
In astronomy which term describes light emitted by an object moving towards the viewer?    Blue Shift
In Australia, which slang term is often used for a small child?    Ankle Biter
In Australia, who would carry a bluey?    A bushman (blue blanket in which a bundle is carried)
In betting parlance, which term describes a horse whose price is below evens?    Odds On
In billiards, which shot involves hitting both object balls with your own ball?    Cannon
In British greyhound racing, which colour jacket is worn by the dog in trap 1?    Red
In British history, what nickname was given to James Stuart who died in 1766?    Old Pretender
In British infantry, what are the Grenadiers and the Coldstream?    Foot Guards
In Canada, what are the Great Bear and Great Slave?    Lakes
In Canada, what are the Great Bear and Great Slave?    Lakes
In Charles Dickens novel A Christmas Carol, what was the name of Eberneezer Scrooge's partner?    Jacob Marley
In chemistry, what name is given to atoms or molecules that have an unpaired electron and are therefore highly reactive?    Free Radicals
In Chinese religion, what is the alternative name of the Dragon King?    Long Wang
In computing what name is given to a control system for an operation or process in which there is no self-correcting action?    Open Loop
In computing, the word "bit" is a contraction of which two words?    Binary Digit
In computing, what name is given to a small add - on file which enhances the operation of an application program?    Plug In
In computing, what name is given to the top level in a  tree - and - branch filing system?    Root Directory
In darts what is the name of the bar behind which the throwers must stand?    Oche
In finance, which term describes shares in well established, reliable companies?    Blue Chip
In folklore what is the name of the fairy who rules over mens dreams?    Queen Mab
In Gaelic football, which colour flag is used to indicate the scoring of a point?    White
In Gaelic football, which term describes kicking the ball into ones own hands?    Soloing
In geometry which term describes any two dimensional object eg a polygon?    Plane Figure
In Greek mythology of what was Euterpe the Muse?    Lyrical Poetry
In Greek mythology, of what was Calliope the Muse?    Epic Poetry
In Greek mythology, who was the lover of Leander?    Hero
In greyhound racing, which trap number wears the orange jacket?    Five
In greyhound racing, which trap number wears the orange jacket?    5
In greyhound racing, which trap number wears the orange jacket?    5
In heraldry which term means "Walking with full face"?    Passant Gardant
In heraldry, what name is given to a narrow diagonal stripe running from top right to bottom left on a shield?    Baton
In John McCrae's celebrated war poem where do "the poppies blow, between the crosses row on row"?    Flanders Fields
In literature, what was the real name of the man known to his enemies as The Scarlet Pimpernel?    Percy Blakeney
In literature, what was the real name of the man known to his enemies as The Scarlet Pimpernel?    Percy Blakeney
In medicine, what is an anticoagulant used to prevent?    Blood Clotting
In medieval times, who was punished in place of a young prince who had misbehaved?    Whipping Boy
In Meet The parents, which animals is Robert De Niro particularly fond of?    Cats
In music, how was Jiles Perry Richardson better known?    Big Bopper
In music, what name is given to the  style of rock characterized by histrionic guitar solos and a macho swagger?    Heavy Metal
In musical terminology, which word is used to describe the speed at which a piece is played?    Tempo
In musical terminology, which word is used to describe the speed at which a piece is played?    Tempo
In mythology, who was the Roman God of war?    Mars
In mythology, who was the Roman God of war?    Mars
In Poland it is known as Smingus and in Italy it is La Pasquetta, what do we call it?    Easter Monday
In professional darts, what is the minimum number of darts required to complete a leg?    9
In psychiatry, what is the name given to the natural competition and fighting between brothers and sisters?    Sibling Rivalry
In psychology which term refers to the unconcious attraction of a son to his mother?    Oedipus Complex
In punctuation, what should complete a sentence where doubt or ignorance is implied?    Question Mark
In road cycle racing, what name is given to the car which follows the racers and picks up any who drop out?    Sag Wagon
In Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Books, what type of creature was Bagheera?    Black Panther
In Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Books, what was the name of the crocodile?    Mugger Ghaut
In Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Books, what was the name of the hermit?    Purun Bhagat
In Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Books, what was the name of the lone wolf?    Won Tolla
In Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Books, what was the name of the monkey people?    Bandar Log
In Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Books, what was the name of the tortoise?    Slow Solid
In Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Books, what were the Bandar Log?    Monkey People
In rugby, what name is given to the prctice of grabbing an opponent by the naughty bits during a scrum?    Bag Snatching
In sailing, which term describes turning a boat through the eye of the wind?    Tacking
In shooting which word describes the interior diameter of a gun barrel?    Bore
In shooting which word describes the measurement of the bore of a gun?    Calibre
In show jumping, how many faults are given for a refusal?    3
In ten pin bowling, how many pins are left standing after a 'dodo split'?    2
In ten pin bowling, which number pin is known as the 'kingpin'?    5
In the American gangster era, who was nicknamed "Bugs"?    George Moran
In the American gangster era, who was nicknamed "Legs"?    Charles Luciano
In the American gangster era, who was nicknamed "Machine Gun"?    George Kelly
In the American gangster era, who was nicknamed "Mad Dog"?    Vincent Coll
In the American gangster era, who was nicknamed "Pretty Boy"?    Charles Floyd
In the American Presidents war room he and his advisors desperately try to stop a nuclear bomb landing on Russia, which film?    Dr. Strangelove
In the bird world, what happens on August th?    Start of grouse shooting season
In the British army what names are given to the bugle calls sounded at the beginning and end of the day?    Reveille & Last Post
In the early days of Coronation Street, what was the name of the mission hall of which Ena Sharples was caretaker?    Glad Tidings
In the film Star Trek - First Contact, what was invented by Zephrane Cochrane?    Warp Drive
In the film The Alien in which actor did the Alien spawn?    John Hurt
In 'The Getaway', where did the Steve McQueen and Ali McGraw get away to?    Mexico
In The Goon Shows who played Major Bloodnock and Bluebottle    Peter Sellars
In the grounds of which establishment does the Royal Horticultural Society stage an annual flower show each May?    Chelsea Hospital
In the human body, what attaches the calf muscle to the heel bone?    Achilles Tendon
In the manufacturing industry, which term refers to the amount of money needed to produce a single item?    Unit Cost
In the novels by Barbara Euphan Todd which establishment employs a scarewcrow named Worzel Gummidge?    Scatterbrook Farm
In the phonetic alphabet, A for Alpha, B for Bravo etc,  the names of which two dances are used?    Foxtrot And Tango
In the play 'A Midsummer Night's Dream', what sort of head was given to a weaver called Bottom?    Donkey's Head
In the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle stories, which is the toughest street gang on the East side of New York?    Purple Dragons
In the title of a novel by Alexandre Dumas, how is the character Edmund Dantes better known?    The Count Of Monte Cristo
In the Usa what are Primus, Sprint and Pronto?    Phone Companies
In the USA what name is given to fake coins usually issued by retailers as a promotion and often redeemable against a specific item such as a drink?    Wooden Nickels
In the year 2274 survivors of a holocaust live in a domed city, but must die when they reach 30. Name the film?    Logan'S Run
In Thomas Hughes celebrated book, which educational establishment was attended by Tom Brown?    Rugby School
In to what does a pole vaulter place his pole at the moment of take off?    Planting Box
In Toy Story what kind of bird is Wheezy?    Penguin
In what capacity are the chemicals Pyrethrum and Cypermethrin used in the home?    Fly Killer
In what country are 90% of cricket bats made?    India
In what year did BBC2 start broadcasting?    1964
In whic literary work do you meet characters named Hathi, Kaa and Rama?    Jungle Book
In which 1930 film did Marlene Dietrich give her famous rendition of Falling In Love Again?    The Blue Angel
In which 1944 film did Donna Reed play a female outlaw with a heart of gold?    Gentle Annie
In which 1948 comedy film did Rex Harrison play a character called Sir Alfred de Carter?    Unfaithfully Yours
In which 1948 film did John Wayne play cattle rancher Tom Dunson?    Red River
In which 1952 western does Marlene Dietrich play a bar room singer turned ranch owner?    Rancho Notorious
In which 1953 film starring Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck do a princess and a journalist fall in love in Italy?    Roman Holiday
In which 1954 comedy spy film does Mickey Rooney become radioactive after being caught up in an explosion?    Atomic Kid
In which 1956 film did Robbie the robot make his first appearance?    Forbidden Planet
In which 1958 film does young Danny fisher become a nightclub singer after flunking highschool?    King Creole
In which 1959 murder mystery film did father and daughter John and Hayley Mills appear together for the first time?    Tiger Bay
In which 1960s tv show did John Gregson star as a London policeman?    Gideon'S Way
In which 1962 film did Elvis Presley play a boxer?    Kid Galahad
In which 1964 film does Cary Grant agree to become a lookout for the Australian navy during WWII only to find himself sheltering a group of schoolgirls and their teacher from the Japanese army?    Father Goose
In which 1965 film did James Coburn play the part of an American secret agent?    Our Man Flint
In which 1968 film did Anthony Quinn and John Geilgud both play the part of a Pope?    The Shoes Of The Fisherman
In which 1968 minor horror film did Vincent Price play a villainous lawyer in medieval England?    Witchfinder General
In which 1969 film did Oliver Reed play a British POW ordered to evacuate a valuable elephant from a Munich zoo during WWII?    Hannibal Brooks
In which 1970s sci-fi tv show did a group of teenagers develop telepathic abilities which they used to defend the earth?    Tomorrow People
In which 1973 western film did Dennis Hopper play a young outlaw trying to go straight?    Kid Blue
In which 1976 film is Dustin Hoffman tortured by Laurence Olivier?    Marathon Man
In which 1979 film are an adolescent boy and girl mildly corrupted by the behaviour of their parents?    Rich Kids
In which 1979 film does Kirk Douglas ride a temperamental horse named Whisky?    Cactus Jack
In which 1981 film does Burt Reynold’s play an Atlanta cop involved in the murder of a blind prostitute?    Sharky'S Machine
In which 1983 comedy film do Dan Aykroyd and Eddie Murphy exchange lifestyles?    Trading Places
In which 1983 film concerned with gang violence do Matt Dillon and Mickey Rourke play a pair of brothers?    Rumble Fish
In which 1983 film did Roy Scheider fly a high-tech helicopter around the skyscrapers of Los Angeles?    Blue Thunder
In which 1983 film does Cheryl Ladd play a waitress who becomes a coal miner to support her son and invalid father?    Kentucky Woman
In which 1983 film does William Hurt play an investigator on the Moscow police force?    Gorky Park
In which 1985 black comedy film does Jack Nicholson play a slow witted Mafia hit man?    Prizzi'S Honour
In which 1985 film did Clint Eastwood ride into a mining encampment dressed as a preacher?    Pale Rider
In which 1988 film did Emilio Estevez play Billy the Kid?    Young Guns
In which 1988 Western did the brothers Emilio Estevez and Charlie Sheen first star together?    Young Guns
In which 1990 film did Bill Murray play a bank robber named Grimm?    Quick Change
In which 1990 film do the characters Edward Lewis and Vivian Ward appear?    Pretty Woman
In which 1990 film does Julia Roberts play a prostitute picked up by Richard Gere?    Pretty Woman
In which 1990 film does Melanie Griffith rent an apartment to Michael Keaton who turns out to be a complete nutcase?    Pacific Heights
In which 1990 movie did Gerard Depardieu and Andi McDowell have a marriage of convenience?    Green Card
In which 1991 Dustin Hoffman film was the title role played by Loren Dean?    Billy Bathgate
In which 1991 film did Michael J Fox play a plastic surgeon?    Doc Hollywood
In which 1993 film does Bill Murray play a tv weatherman who becomes stuck in a time loop?    Groundhog Day
In which 1994 comedy Western does Paul Hogan star as a publicity hungry bank robber?    Lightning Jack
In which 1994 film do John Travolta and Samuel L Jackson play a couple of talkative hit men?    Pulp Fiction
In which 1994 film does Arnold Schwarzennegger play the USAs top secret agent masquerading as a compiter salesman?    True Lies
In which 1995 film does Sean Penn play a convicted killer on death row?    Dead Man Walking
In which 1996 film did Kevin Costner play washed up golfer Kevin McAvoy?    Tin Cup
In which 1997 thriller did Mel Gibson drive a taxi for a living?    Conspiracy Theory
In which 1999 fild did Clive Owen play a detective who is gradually becoming blind?    Second Sight
In which 1999 horror flick do three student film makers disappear in the woods near Burkittesville, Maryland?    The Blair Witch Project
In which 2001 film do we meet Bilbo and Frodo Baggins?    Lord Of The Rings
In which 2005 film does Michael Keaton play a man who tries to make supernatural contact with his wife after she is killed in a car crash?    White Noise
In which 80s tv series did Jill Gascoine star as a London policewoman?    Gentle Touch
In which activity might the participants wear bells and carry sticks or handkerchieves?    Morris Dancing
In which American city can you visit the Boot Hill museum and stroll along Wyatt Earp Boulevard?    Dodge
In which American city do Tony Montana and his friend Manny Ray build a drug empire in 'Scarface'?    Miami
In which American city was the classic Mafia movie 'The Godfather' set?    New York Stock Exchange
In which American state did an infamous chainsaw massacre take place?    Texas
In which annual sporting event did comedian Hugh Laurie compete in 1980?    University Boat Race
In which area of London does William Thacker (Hugh Grant) run a travel book shop?    Notting Hill
In which area of Middlesbrough is Saint Peter's Social Club located?    South Bank
In which area of woodland  was William II killed by an arrow fired by Walter Tyrell?    New Forest
In which Arizona city has the original London Bridge been reconstructed?    Lake Havasu
In which Arnold Schwarzennegger film was some of the action shot in Moscow's Red Sqaure?    Red Heat
In which Asian city do Bill Murray and Scarlet Johansson meet in 'Lost In Translation'?    Toyo
In which ballroom dance is the man supposed to represent a bullfighter and the woman his cape?    Paso Doble
In which barren region of America is Edwards Airforce Base to be found?    Mojave Desert
In which book of the bible do the ten commandments first appear?    Exodus
In which building was Princess Margaret born in 1930?    Glamis Castle
In which card game involving paired pictures must players avoid holding the single card at the end of the game?    Old Maid
In which card game is the best hand you can get Queen of spades and Jack of Diamonds?    Pinochle
In which cartoon film was the kingdom of Pepperland attacked by Blue Meanies?    Yellow Submarine
In which Charles Dickens novel does the heroine spend her life looking after her father in a debtor's prison?    Little Dorrit
In which children's book does the central charcter enter rooms by sliding under the door after a bulletin billboard lands on him?    Flat Stanley
In which childrens tv series did Pippin and Tog often go on blackberry picking expeditions?    Pogle'S Wood
In which city are the headquarters of the Mormon religion?    Salt Lake
In which city can you visit the world's largest zoo?    San Diego
In which city did Eliot Ness form 'The Untouchables'?    Chicago
In which city did Johnny Depp experience four days of 'fear and loathing'?    Las Vegas
In which city did Lieutenant Frank Bullitt ply his trade?    San Francisco
In which city did The Commitments, the self styled "World's Hardest Working Band" strut their stuff?    Dublin
In which city do 'The Boondock Saints' murder local Mafia members one by one?    Boston
In which city does a high speed car chase take place in 'The French Connection'?    Marseille
In which city does Franky Four Fingers steal a huge diamond in 'Snatch'?    Antwerp
In which city is the Blue Mosque?    Istanbul.
In which city is the famous snooker venue the Crucible Theatre?    Sheffield
In which comedy film did Steve Martin, Chevy Chase and Martin Short play out of work actors who  become involved in a real life war against Mexican bandits?    Three Amigos
In which comedy film is "Non" the only word spoken?    Silent Movie
In which comedy series does PC Goody appear?    The Thin Blue Line
In which comedy Western film did Lee Marvin play the parts of twin brothers?    Cat Ballou
In which comedy Western film did Lee Marvin play the parts of twin brothers?    Cat Ballou
In which country did Legoland originate?    Denmark
In which country did speed skating originate?    Holland
In which country did the common budgerigar originate?    Australia
In which country did the common budgerigar originate?    Australia
In which country do Galatasary play football?    Turkey
In which country does Oskar Schindler run a factory in using Jewish labour during World War II?    Poland
In which country is Glima Wrestling a national pastime?    Iceland
In which country is the men's curling championship known as The Brier?    Canada
In which country is the Orange river?    South Africa
In which country is the skiing venue of Garmisch?    Germany
In which country is the state of Tabasco after which the very hot sauce is named?    Mexico
In which country is the world's longest international competition bobsleigh track?    Japan
In which country was cricketer Sir Colin Cowdrey born?    India (Bangalore)
In which country was the game of snooker invented?    India
In which country was the sport of bobsleigh invented?    Switzerland
In which country was the sport of handball created?    Germany
In which country were the first ever world figure skating championships held?    Russia
In which country were the Tamil Tigers guerrilla movement founded?    Sri Lanka
In which cul-de-sac in Notting Hill were several notoriuos murders committed in the 1940s?    Rillington Place
In which cult tv series was the murder of Laura Palmer one of the major incidents?    Twin Peaks
In which cycling race to the participants climb the Passo Pordoi?    Tour Of Italy
In which dance, popular in the 1920s, do men and women form circles moving in opposite directions?    Paul Jones
In which decade was 'Blue Peter' screened for the first time?    1950S.
In which discipline must skiers pass through a series of gates?    Slalom
In which early 1980s tv show did Leslie Nielsen play Leiutenant Frank Drebin?    Police Squad
In which early tv comedy series did Charlie Drake play an unemployable layabout?    The Worker
In which English city do ice hockey team Storm play their home games?    Manchester
In which English city is Backs and the Bridge of Sighs?    Cambridge
In which English city is King Alfred's statue?    In Winchester.
In which English county is the Peak District situated?    Derbyshire
In which establishment is the Institute of Psychiatry of London University?    Maudsley Hospital
In which European capital city is the Spanish Riding School, famous for its Lippizaner horses?    Vienna
In which Evelyn Waugh novel does Charles Ryder tell of meeting the aristocratic Sebastian Flyte at Oxford?    Brideshead Revisited
In which fictional land were the people 6 inches tall?    Lilliput
In which fictional town do Kenny, Kyle, Eric and Stan live?    South Park
In which film did Charlie Chaplin play a character called Adenoid Hynkel?    The Great Dictator
In which film did Cliff Richard drive a red double decker bus?    Summer Holiday
In which film did Clint Eastwood say "Make my day"?    Dirty Harry
In which film did Colonel Kilgore reveal "I love the smell of napalm in the morning"?    Apocalypse Now
In which film did David Niven play the part of James Bond?    Casino Royale
In which film did General Turgidson promise "No more than ten to twenty million killed, tops"?    Dr. Strangelove
In which film did Harrison Ford first portray C.I.A. agent Jack Ryan?    Clear And Present Danger
In which film did Hugh Grant play the part of a bookshop owner?    Notting Hill
In which film did Humphrey Bogart play a former nightclub owner who returns to Japan to reclaim his fortune?    Tokyo Joe
In which film did Jack Nicholson as Colonel Jessep say "You can't handle the truth"?    A Few Good Men
In which film did James Bond have Pussy Galore?    Goldfinger
In which film did James Cagney play a ruthless gangster named Tom Powers?    Public Enemy
In which film did James Cagney say "Made it ma, top of the world"?    White Heat
In which film did John Cleese play Archie Leach?    A Fish Called Wanda
In which film did John Wayne star as Sean Thornton, an American visiting Ireland?    Quiet Man
In which film did Katharine Hepburn observe "Nature, Mr. Allnut, is what we are put on this earth to rise above"?    The African Queen
In which film did Lee Marvin play the parts of twin brothers?    Cat Ballou
In which film did Marlon Brando say "I coulda been a contender"?    On The Waterfront
In which film did Mel Gibson first play the character Martin Riggs?    Lethal Weapon
In which film did Michael Douglas star as Dan Gallagher?    Fatal Attraction
In which film did Paul Newman play a character called Brick Pollitt?    Cat On A Hot Tin Roof
In which film did Robert Redford say "I can't swim"?    Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid
In which film did Robin Williams play a medical student with unusual methods?    Patch Adams
In which film did Strother Martin say "What we have here is a failure to communicate"?    Cool Hand Luke
In which film did Tom Waits perform his own song 'Goin' Out West'?    Fight Club
In which film did two gangs named The T Birds and The Pink Ladies rule the roost at Rydell High School    Grease
In which film did two gangs named The T Birds and The Pink Ladies rule the roost at Rydell High School    Grease
In which film do the 'Blue Meanies' appear?    Yellow Submarine.
In which film do the crew of the space ship 'Nostromo' pick up some unwanted cargo on the way home?    Alien
In which film do Tocu, Joe and Sentenza compete to find a horde of gold hidden in a graveyard?    The Good, The Bad And The Ugly
In which film does an American platoon including Clint Eastwood and Telly Savalas discover a fortune in gold?    Kelly'S Heroes
In which film does Anne Bancroft portray Helen Hanff, a New Yorker, who forms a relationship with a London antiquarian bookseller?    Charing Cross Road
In which film does Bruce Lee enter a martial arts tournament while working for the British government?    Enter The Dragon
In which film does Doug Quaid purchase a virtual trip to Mars?    Total Recall
In which film does Homer move from an orphanage to work on Wally Worthington's Apple Farm?    The Cider House Rules
In which film does Michael Douglas play a character called D-Fens?    Falling Down
In which film does Robert de Niro repeat the words “Are you looking at me” into a mirror?    Taxi Driver
In which film does the major character live in a belltower in Paris?    The Hunchback Of Notre Dame
In which film does the Voice proclaim "If you build it, he will come"?    Field Of Dreams
In which film does Tom Hanks say "Stupid is as stupid does, Sir"?    Forrest Gump
In which film does Travis Bickle repeat the words "You talkin' to me?" while looking into a mirror?    Taxi Driver
In which film does Vinnie Jones appear as Bullet Tooth Tony?    Snatch
In which film is New York publicist Stu Shepard (Colin Farrell) trapped in a public telephone kiosk by a sniper's rifle?    Phone Booth
In which film is the White House destroyed by an alien spacecraft?    Independence Day
In which film set on the Scottish island of Summerisle is Sergeant Howie, a policeman, burned as a sacrifice?    The Wicker Man
In which galaxy is our solar system situated?    Milky Way
In which game are the batsmans legs used as the wicket?    French Cricket
In which game are the terms melds and runsterms used?    Gin Rummy
In which game do you align a disc's edge with the bottom edge of a board and strike it with the heel of the hand ?    Shove ha'penny
In which game might you be awarded a penalty corner?    Hockey
In which geographical documentery series of the 1970s did Brian Moser visit native tribes in remote places?    Disappearing World
In which Gloucester thoroughfare were a number of murders committed by Fred and Rosemary West?    Cromwell Street
In which hand does the statue of liberty hold a torch?    Right
In which hilly region of the USA is the famous Yellowstone National Park situated?    Rocky Mountains
In which historical film of 1968 did Peter O'Toole and Katharine Hepburn play a married couple?    The Lion In Winter
In which Hitchcock thriller set on a train in Europe does one of the passengers mysteriously disappear?    The Lady Vanishes
In which holiday region is the resort of Benidorm?    Costa Brava
In which house did Catherine Earnshaw live?    Wuthering Heights
In which indoor ball game do players try to avoid skittles placed in strategic places on a table?    Bar Billiards
In which Irish county is 'Angela's Ashes' set?    Limerick
In which London Building were the operettas of Gilbert & Sullivan traditionally performed?    Savoy Theatre
In which London Square are there statues of Shakespeare and Charlie Chaplin?    Leicester Square.
In which London square is there a statue of Simon Bolivar?    In Belgrave Square.
In which London thoroughfare has a market been held for over 100 years?    Portobello Road
In which make of plane were almost all of Britains world war II pilots trained?    Tiger Moth
In which material is Michelangelo's statue of David sculpted?    Marble.
In which metropolitan area of California is the Disneyland theme park situated?    Orange County
In which month of 1938 was the Munich Pact signed?    September 29Th
In which month of the year is Gaelic Football's All-Ireland Final always played?    September
In which month of the year is the Mackeson Gold Cup horse race contested?    November (11Th This Year)
In which musical work does the character Lieutenant Pinkerton appear?    Madame Butterfly
In which North African country is the town of Fez, from which the fez hat takes its name?    Morocco
In which northern city do the boys from 'The Full Monty' perform their routine?    Sheffield
In which notorious are of Manchester is Maine Road football stadium situated?    Moss Side
In which novel do Edmund Bertram and Fanny Price become married?    Mansfield Park
In which novel does the central character visit Laputa and Brobdingnagg?    Gulliver'S Travels
In which novel does the thief Dunston Cass appear?    Silas Marner
In which novel of 1855 does a Spanish sailor called Don Guzman appear?    Westward Ho
In which Olympic event did Sarah Winckless and Elise Laverick win bronze medals for Britain?    Double Sculls
In which opera does the heroine work in a cigar factory?    Carmen
In which Oscar winning film did Greta Garbo famously say "I want to be alone"?    Grand Hotel
In which part of the body is the bone correctly named the patella to be found?    Leg
In which part of the body is the bone correctly named the patella to be found?    Leg
In which part of the Houses of Parliament, built by William II, did Winston Churchill lie in state after his death?    Westminster Hall
In which play by Henrik  Ibsen , first produced 1891, does the central character, trapped in small - town society, eventually commit suicide?    Hedda Gabler
In which popular film did Robert de Niro play boxer Jake La Motta?    Raging Bull
In which popular tv show did the characters often meet at Arnold's restaurant    Happy Days
In which range of hills could you see the famous Cheddar Gorge?    The Mendips
In which river was Jesus baptised?    Jordan
In which Russian city is 'Onegin' (1999) set?    St. Petersburg
In which sci-fi puppet show are Husky the Martian and Slim the Venusian under the command of Captain Larry Dart?    Space Patrol
In which seaside town does a hoodlum named Pinkie Brown played by Richard Attenborough order the murder of a local rival?    Brighton
In which Spanish holiday region is the resort of Benidorm?    Costa Blanca
In which sport are Hunter and Equitation courses used?    Show Jumping
In which sport are Joe Brolly and Matty Forde famous names?    Gaelic Football
In which sport are 'Rooster Tails' created?    Powerboating
In which sport are the five one day classic events collectively known as 'The Monuments'?    Cycling
In which sport are the terms 'long rush' and split shot' used?    Croquet
In which sport are the umpires referred to as 'white maggots'?    Aussie Rules
In which sport did James Bond villain Harold Sakata excel?    Weightlifting
In which sport did Michael Marx compete in five Olympic Games?    Fencing
In which sport did Rudi Hartono win seven consecutive All England titles?    Badminton
In which sport did Scotsman Les Wallace excel?    Darts
In which sport did the American Mary Lou Retton excel?    Gymnastics
In which sport did the Belgians Eddy Merckx and his son Axel excel?    Cycling
In which sport did the German Schockemohle brothers excel?    Show Jumping
In which sport did the New Zealanders Ferguson and McDonald form a successful partnership?    Canoeing
In which sport did the Russian Alexeyex break 80 world records during his career?    Weightlifting
In which sport do competitors negotiate the Cresta Run?    Bobsleigh
In which sport do competitors play for the Iroquois Cup?    Lacrosse
In which sport do participants compete from the prone, kneeling and standing positions?     Shooting
In which sport do people compete for the Prince Philip Cup and the Ladie's Plate?    Rowing
In which sport do teams named Isis and Goldie compete?    Rowing
In which sport do The Iron Sheik and Sgt. Slaughter compete?    Wrestling
In which sport do the players go 'Middle for diddle'?    Darts
In which sport is a period of play known as a 'chukka'    Polo
In which sport is Magnus Wislander a legend?    Handball
In which sport is Picabo street a famous name?    Skiing
In which sport is the ball known as the 'slitter'?    Hurling
In which sport is the goal area referred to as the parallelogram?    Gaelic Football
In which sport is the Lady Byng trophy awarded for gentlemanly play?    Ice Hockey
In which sport is the Liam McCarthy Cup awarded?    Hurling
In which sport is the News of the World Championship a major event?    Darts
In which sport is the Sam Maguire Cup awarded?    Gaelic Football
In which sport is the Swaythling Cup a major trophy?    Table Tennis
In which sport is there a Canadian Pairs event?    Canoeing
In which sport is Trish Stratus a champion?    Wrestling
In which sport is Wayne Gretsky an American legend?    Ice Hockey
In which sport may you encounter oxers and double oxers?    Show Jumping
In which sport might you negotiate 'haystacks' and 'eddies'?    Canoeing
In which sport must the serve be made from below the waist?    Badminton
In which sport was Bill 'Superfoot' Wallace a famous name?    Karate
In which sport was Britain's Neil Adams a European champion?    Judo
In which sport was Lisa Lomas a British Number 1?    Table Tennis
In which sport was Suzanne Dando a British champion?    Gymnastics
In which sport was the British Elite League created in 2003?    Ice Hockey
In which sport was the Waterloo Cup won by Fullerton in four consecutive years?    Greyhound Racing
In which sport were Barcelona European champions from 1996-2000?    Handball
In which stadium are the annual All-Ireland Final played each September?    Croke Park
In which stadium do the Spanish football club Barcelona play their home matches?    Nou Camp
In which state of the USA is Salt Lake City?    Utah
In which stretch of water is the island of Lundy situated?    Bristol Channel
In which stretch of water was Jesus baptised?    River Jordan
In which system do 24 grains equal I pennyweight and 20 pennyweights equal 1 ounce?    Troy Weight
In which system of government do the rulers have unlimited power and are subject to no constitutional safeguards or checks?    Absolute Monarchy
In which television shows did Cavendish Foods feature?    To The Manor Born
In which television shows did The Blue Moon Detective Agency feature?    Moonlighting
In which television shows did The Texas Rangers feature?    Boon
In which Texan town can you visit the remains of the Alamo?    San Antonio
In which thoroughfare do most of the characters from Neighbours live?    Ramsey Street
In which town did Michael Ryan kill 16 people?    Hungerford
In which town does a one armed stranger played by Spencer Tracy step off a train intending to stay for 24 hours?    Black Rock
In which town in West Virginia, scene of a famous raid in 1859, do the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers meet?    Harper'S Ferry
In which town is Britain's largest steel producing complex?    Port Talbot
In which town is the Open University based?    Milton Keynes
In which town was the cult tv series The Prisoner set?     Portmeirion
In which town was Z cars set    Seaport
In which tunnel does a thrilling helicopter chase take place in 'Mission: Impossible'?    Channel Tunnel
In which tv comedy did a number of odd characters including Brian Murphy and John Duttine live together in a cottage at Scar's Edge?    Lame Ducks
In which tv comedy series did Richard Briers and Prunella Scales play a married couple?    Marriage Lines
In which tv series did Alfred Burke play downtrodden private investigator Frank Marker?    Public Eye
In which tv series did Daid Hasselhoff drive a futuristic car named KITT?    Knight Rider
In which tv series did Patrick McGoohan play a spy working for the British secret service?    Danger Man
In which tv series did Richard O'Sullivan play the owner of a trendy bistro?    Robin'S Nest
In which tv series was Skullion the name of the central character?    Porterhouse Blue
In which tv show (shown in 1986, but set in 1999) did George Cole play the head of a family living  in the city Londongrad?    Comrade Dad
In which tv show are Miss Tibbs and Miss Gatsby resident?    Fawlty Towers
In which tv show did Amanda Burton play a determined female pathologist?    Silent Witness
In which tv show did Barry Evans teach English to a group of foreign students of varying nationalities?    Mind Your Language
In which tv show did Ben Murphy play a character who could make himself invisible?    The Gemini Man
In which tv show did Bernard Hedges teach class 5C?    Please Sir
In which tv show did David and Amy Pearce go on holiday to Spain?    Duty Free
In which tv show did David Hasselhof drive a car called KITT?    Knight Rider
In which tv show did Madame Zsa Zsa and Kiki appear?    Hector'S House
In which tv show did Paul Gross play Constable Benton Fraser?    Due South
In which tv show did Ray Brooks play compulsive gambler Robbie Box?    Big Deal
In which tv show did Robert Lindsay shout "Power to the people"?    Citizen Smith
In which tv show did Sam Beckett journey through time and space?    Quantum Leap
In which tv show did the leading character own a cat named Vienna?    Rising Damp
In which tv show do the characters Edina and Patsy appear?    Absolutely Fabulous
In which tv show was Michael Elphick ordered to flood Britain with fake £5 notes?    Private Schultz
In which tv shows did these newspapers appear? a.Walford Gazette b.Peckham Echo c.Hotten Courier d.Erinsborough News    A.Eastenders B.Only Fools & Horses C.Emmerdale D.Neighbours
In which tv sitcom 0f 1970-72 did Diana Dors star?    Queenie'Q Castle
In which tv sitcom did Mel smith play a British Rail office worker?    Colin'S Sandwich
In which type of gymnastics can the competitors make use of balls, ribbons or hoops?    Rhythmic
In which type of injury does broken bone pierce the flesh?    Compound Fracture
In which type of sale is the price reduced until a buyer is found?    Dutch Auction
In which Walter Scott novel is there a character named Reverend Kettledrummie?    Old Mortality
In which weekly publication can you read about the adventures of Oor Wullie and The Broons?    Sunday Post
In which well known novel is there a gang leader named Colleoni?    Brighton Rock
In which Welsh town, now known for its oil terminal, did Henry VII land in 1485 to make his bid for the crown?    Milford Haven
In which Wisconsin town do The Packers play football?    Green Bay
In which year did Britain have its first Labour government?    1924
In which year did Concorde made its first flight?    1969
In which year did table tennis become a full Olympic sport?    1988
In which year of the 1970s did a man last walk on the moon?    1972
In which year of the 1980s did Neil Kinnock become leader of the Labour Party?    1983
In which year of the 1980s did Paddy Ashdown become leader of the SLD?    1988
In which year of the 1980s did Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson marry?    1986
In which year of the 1980s did protests by students in Tiananmen Square result in hundreds being killed by Chinese security forces?    1989
In which year of the 1980s was Terry Waite taken hostage in Beirut?    1987
In which year of the 1980s was the Community Charge or Poll Tax introduced in Britain?    1989 (Scotland)
In which year of the 1980s was the decimal halfpenny withdrawn from circulation?    1984
In which year of the 1980s was the Derby winner Shergar stolen from the Aga Khan's stud farm in County Kildare by an armed gang?    1983
In which year of the 1980s was the Humber Estuary bridge opened to traffic?    1981
In which year of the 1980s was there a serious accident at the Chernobyl power station?    1986
In which year of the 1990s did Robert Maxwell die after apparently falling off his yacht?    1991
In which year of the 1990s was Euro Disney opened to the public?    1992
In which year was the first man was sent into space?    1961
In which year were betting shops legalised in Britain?    1961
In which year were the first ITV programmes broadcast?    1955
In which Yorkshire city did 'Rita, Sue and Bob Too' go about their lives?    Bradford
Inachis io is the scientific name of which creature?    Peacock Butterfly
Individual, synchronized, double mini and power tumbling are the four disciplines in which sport?    Trampolining
Introduced by the Conservative government on July 22nd 1991 as an attempt to improve public services and make them more accountable to their customers, what was it?    Citizens Charter
Introduced in Britain by Virgin in 2004, what is the more common name of the Pendolino?    Tilting Train
Is a round road sign with a red border an order or a warning?    Order
Is the capital city of Australia situated on the East or West coast?    East
Is the capital of the Falkland Islands, Port Stanley situated on East or West Falkland?    East
It began as a private venture in 1895 and is now Britain's foremost conservation body, what is it?    National Trust
It is known in China as daxiongmau and has the scientific name ailurupoda melanoleuca, what do we call it?    Giant Panda
It is the Year of Darkness 2029 and the rulers of the planet have created which unstoppable killing machine?    The Terminator
It must have broke your poor little heart when the boys used to say you looked better in the dark were the opening words of which 1989 hit for UB40?    Homely Girl
It was formed in 1973 under the name 'People'  what is its present name?    Green Party
It was introduced in Britain in 1275, churchmen, workers at the Royal Mint, inhabitants of the Cinque Ports and tin miners in Cornwall were all exempt, what is it?    Poll Tax
It was known to the Vikings as Odin's Beorge, what do we call it today?    Roseberry Topping
Its proper title is The Militia Company of Captain Frans Banning Cocq and Lieutenant Willem van Ruytenburch, how is it better known?    Night Watch
Iv'e been a …?... …?... for many a year, and I spent all my money on whisky and beer. Which two words are missing?    Wild Rover
Izaak Walton wrote the definitive reference book on which sport?    Angling
Which name is sometimes given to the stretch of water lying to the west of the Strait of Hormuz?    Arabian Gulf
Jack Black impersonates his friend and becomes a teacher in a private school in which film?    The School Of Rock
Jahangir Khan is recognised as one of the greatest ever players of which sport?    Squash
Jame Gumb uses a fifteen feet deep hole in his cellar floor to hold his victims in which film?    Silence Of The Lambs
James Cracknell and Andrew Holmes are famous names in which sport?    Rowing
Jan Ludwig Hoch died in 1991, by what name was he better known?    Robert Maxwell
Jan Ullrich is a famous cyclist from which country?    Germany
Jane Sixsmith has captained Great Britain at which sport?    Hockey
Joanne Conway is a former British champion in which sport?    Ice Skating
John Cleese plays a hen-pecked lawyer who becomes involved with a gang of crooks.    A Fish Called Wanda
John Dryden is usually accepted to be the first of these, what was he?    Poet Laureate
John Flamsteed was the first man appointed to which post?    Astronomer Royal
John Jacques III is credited with the invention of what in 1891?    Table Tennis
John Lydon, Steve Jones, Glen Matlock and Paul Cook was the original line up of which notorious punk rock band?    Sex Pistols
John Williams was nominated for an Oscar for the music of which 1999 Alan Parker film?    Angela'S Ashes
Johnny Cash sang about which penal institutions "blues"?    Folsom Prison
Joop Zoetemelk was a famous name in which sport?    Cycling
'K-19: The Widowmaker' starring Harrison Ford was set aboard which type of vessel?    Submarine
Karen Cockburn of Canada is one of the leading names in which gymnastics discipline?    Trampoline
Karoo, Liwonde and Matapos are all names of what?    Safari Parks
Katrina Powell and Lisa Carruthers played hockey for which country?    Australia
Kayak and Canadian are the two disciplines in which sport?    Canoeing
Kenpo and Okinowan are styles employed in which sport?    Karate
Ketty Lester, Elvis Presley and Alison Moyet all had chart hits with which song?    Love Letters
Known as "Madame Cyn" she was jailed in 1980 for running a brothel, what is her name?    Cynthia Payne
Lady and the Tramp?    Thomas O'Malley
Lampyris noctiluca is the scientific name of which creature?    Glow Worm
Lara Croft is the name of the animated star of which computer game?    Tomb Raider
Laser and Star are classes in which sport?    Sailing
Lawn and Crown Green are the two variations of which outdoor sport?    Bowling
Lee Marvin won an Oscar for his role as a drunken gunfighter in this comedy western.    Cat Ballou
Lene Koppen has been one of the world's leading players in which sport?    Badminton
Let It Be was a 1987 number 1 hit for which group?    Ferry Aid
Linda Batten was the first winner of the women's British Open title in which sport?    Darts
Linda Bellingham and Carol Drinkwater both played which tv character?    Helen Herriot
Lindy St Clair also known as Miss Whiplash stood as a prospective MP for which political organisation seeking the legalisation of prostitution?    Corrective Party
Lister and Rimmer are two of the major characters in which tv comedy show?    Red Dwarf
Listeria is a serious illness commonly known by what other name?    Food Poisoning
Liza Minelli won an Oscar for playing which character in the film Cabaret?    Sally Bowles
Lois Chiles played the Bond girl in Moonraker, what was the name of her character?    Holly Goodhead
Long Tall Sally and Good Golly Miss Molly were hits for which singer?    Little Richard
Lord of the Flies is one of the best known works of which British author?    William Golding
Louis Firbank was the real name of which entertainer?    Lou Reed
Love Don't Live Here Anymore" was originally a hit for which group?    Rose Royce
Love Over Gold was the title of an LP by which successful group?    Dire Straits
Lynne Reid Banks novel    Dark Quartet
Macaca sylvanus is the scientific name of which animal?    Barbary Ape
Maja squinado is the scientific name of which creature?    Spider Crab
Major Gowen was a regular guest on which popular tv show?    Fawlty Towers
Man of Property, In Chancery and To Let were the three parts of which well known literary work?    Forsyte Saga
Many carvings by which highly skillful woodcarver can be seen in St Paul's Cathedral?    Grinling Gibbons
Maria Walliser was a world class performer in which sport?    Skiing
Martin Scorcese's 'Kundun' is a biography/drama about the spiritual leader of which country?    Tibet
Mary Queen of Scots was held prisoner on an island in which lake?    Loch Leven
Massive Attack, The Prodigy and Marilyn Manson all featured on the soundtrack of which 1999 sci-fi movie?    The Matrix
Matt Damon is a maths genius living rough in Boston's South End in which 1997 movie?    Good Will Hunting
Members of which Hindu sect wear distinctive yellow robes, and often have their heads partly shaven?    Hare Krishna
Members of which Hindu sect wear distinctive yellow robes, and often have their heads partly shaven?    Hare Krishna
Members of which Hindu sect wear distinctive yellow robes, and often have their heads partly shaven?    Hare Krishna
Members of which religion do not cut their hair or beards    Sikhism
Memphis was the ancient capital of Mennof-Ra, by what name is this region known today?    Lower Egypt
Memphis was the ancient capital of Mennof-Ra, by what name is this region of North Africa known today?    Lower Egypt
Mesocricetus auratus is the scientific name for which creature?    Golden Hamster
Michele Frangilli are two of the top names in which sport?    Archery
Mick Hucknall is associated with which chart topping group?    Simply Red
Mickey and Mallory travel down Route 666 committing mass murders along the way. Which film?    Natural Born Killers
Microstomus Pacificus is the scientific name of which popular food fish?    Dover Sole
Milram, Phonak and Cofidis are professional teams in which sport?    Cycling
'Miserlou' by Dick Dale and His Del-tones is the distinctive theme tune to which 1994 film?    Pulp Fiction
Mob crime and organised labour in 1930s New York is the backdrop to which film in which Chris Penn and Christopher Walken avenge the death of their brother?    The Funeral
Morten Frost and Peter Gade were famous names in which sport?    Badminton
Most of the action in the sporting drama 'Somebody Up There Likes Me' took place where?    Boxing Ring
Most of the action in which film took place off the coast of Amity, a small Long Island town?    Jaws
Mr. Brown, Mr. Pink, Mr. Blue, Mr. Orange, which film?    Reservoir Dogs
My Special Angel and No Other Baby were chart hits for which 1950s country and western singer?    Bobby Helms
Name any six countries with a coastline on the Persian Gulf. (Excluding Oman)    Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain
Name the 5 players who have scored the most points for the European team in the history of the Ryder Cup    Nick Faldo 25, Bernhard Langer 24, Seve Ballasteros 22.5, Colin Montgomerie 18.5, Jose Maria Olazabal 17.5
Name the animator who created Chicken Run    Nick Park
Name the cartoon characters pictured right.    Fat Slags
Name the first five actors who played Dr Who on television.    William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker, Peter Davison
Name the first five major television series in which Richard O'Sullivan played a leading role.    Man About The House, Robin'S Nest, Doctor In Charge, Dick Turpin, Me And My Girl
Name the five male stars of the original series of the television comedy show Hi-De-Hi.    Simon Cadell, Paul Shane, Jeffrey Holland, Leslie Dwyer, Felix Bowness
Name the five original male members of Monty Pythons flying circus who wrote and acted in the programmes sketches.    John Cleese, Eric Idle, Graham Chapman, Michael Palin, Terry Jones
Natural Born Bugie was the only chart hit for which group?    Humble Pie
Nautilus and Seawolf were the names of the world's first two of which type of vessel?    Nuclear Submarines
Near which Scottish 12th century religious building can the graves of Sir Walter Scott and Earl Haig be seen?    Dryburgh Abbey
Neil Armstrong was the first man on the moon who was the second?    Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin
Nicol and Jackman are a famous pairing in which game?    Squash
Nicole Kidman goes on the run from the mob and is given refuge in a small town named…?    Dogville
Now known as post traumatic stress disorder, how was it known during Worls War I?    Shell Shock
Occurring in , what was the most important constitutional feature of Queen Anne's reign?    Act of Union with Scotland
Of what is Saint Jude the Apostle the Patron Saint?    Lost Causes
Of what is skipjack a variety?    Tuna Fish
Of what is the ? the SI unit?    Sound Intensity
Of what is the ? the SI unit?    Electrical Capacitance
Of what is the ? the SI unit?    Electrical Charge
Of what is the ? the SI unit?    Electrical Conductance
Of what is the ? the SI unit?    Electrical Current
Of what is the ? the SI unit?    Luminous Intensity
Of what is this a definition "A positive integer that is equal to the sum of its integral factors including 1 but excluding itself"?    Perfect Number
Of what is this the dictionary definition? "The innate and acquired behavioural patterns, motives, attitudes, ideas, and characteristic of homo sapiens"    Human Nature
Of what religion was Guru Nanak a founder    Sikhism
Of where is Apia the capital city?    Western Samoa
Of where is Columbia the capital city?    South Carolina
Of where is Lewes the county town?    West Sussex
Of where is Perth the capital city?    Western Australia
Of where is San Jose the capital city?    Costa Rica
Of where is Victoria the capital and Vancouver the largest city?    British Columbia
Of which charitable organisation raising money for children, are the members known as Barkers?    Variety Club
Of which county is Swansea the administrative headquarters?    West Glamorgan
Of which French overseas territory is Noumea the capital city?    New Caledonia
Of which group of four Scottish islands is Hirta the major island?    Saint Kilda
Of which institution was Joshua Reynolds the first president?    Royal Academy
Of which island is san Juan the capital city?    Puerto Rico
Of which larger mountain range are the Blue Ridge mountains a part?    Appalatians
Of which literary group was the dog Timmy a member?    Famous Five
Of which mountain range is the highest point the inactive volcano Orizaba?    Sierra Madre
Of which mountainous area is Interlaken the chief town?    Bernese Oberland
Of which property is Heathcliff the landlord in the novel by Emily Brontë?    Wuthering Heights
Of which state is Calcutta the capital city?    West Bengal
Off which country is the surf break named Rolling Stones?    New Zealand
Olga Korbut became the darling of the crowd at which Olympic games?    Munich
Oliver Stone won a Best Director Oscar for 'Platoon', a film set in which country?    Vietnam
Oliver's Story' was the title of the sequel to which film?    Love Story
Oliver's Story' was the title of the sequel to which film?    Love Story
On a distant mining planet in 2078 a race of self replicating killing machines have turned against their creators. They are …?    Screamers
On a hill above which stretch of water is Sir Francis Drake reputed to have played his famous game of bowls?    Plymouth Sound
On a visit to a New Zealand zoo a woman is bitten by a rare rat monkey which turns her into a zombie, which Peter Jackson horror movie?    Braindead
On an American Monopoly board what are B&O, Reading, Short Line and Pennsylvania?    Railway Stations
On an English Monopoly board, what is the 7th location after passing GO?    Community Chest
On an ice hockey rink, the red line divides the rink in half What do the blue lines do?    Divide it into three equal sized playing zones
On children's television, who was the kindly inventor voiced by Peter Ustinov who lived in the forest with his housekeeper and travelled around on a pogo stick?    Doctor Snuggles
On his Iowa farm, Ray Kinsella builds a baseball stadium, in which film starring Kevin Costner?    Field Of Dreams
On July 27th 1976, Ray Brennan became the first known victim of what?    Legionnaire'S Disease
On the leaves of what do koalas feed exclusively?    Eucalyptus Tree
On what did Jeremy Paxman replace Bamber Gascoigne?    University Challenge
On what does a computer store its operating system?    Hard Disk
On what does water boil and freeze at 212 and 32 degrees respectively?    Fahrenheit Scale
On what does water boil at 100 degrees?    Celsius Scale
On what would you expect to see Drew Henry plying his trade?    Snooker Table
On which area is the Captain cook monument erected?    Easby Moor
On which Beatles album would you find the songs Norwegian wood and In My Life?    Rubber Soul
On which continent did pheasants originate?    Asia
On which Cornish heathland did Daphne du Maurier' set her smuggling novel Jamaica Inn?    Bodmin Moor
On which course is the Eclipse Stakes run annually?    Sandown Park
On which day of the year did Clement Moore set his most famous literary work?    Christmas Eve
On which day of the year did Clement Moore set his most famous literary work?    Christmas Eve
On which day of the year did Clement Moore set his most famous literary work?    Christmas Eve
On which estate in the Tottenham area of London were there major riots in 1985?    Broadwater Farm
On which French racecourse is the Prix de L’Arc de Triomphe run each year?    Longchamp
On which game was the TV show Bullseye based?    Darts
On which island did Napoleon Bonaparte die in 1821?    Saint Helena
On which island do a group of explorers find a giant ape named Kong?    Skull Island
On which island is Las Palmas, capital of the Canary Islands?    Gran Canaria
On which island is 'Papillon' set?    Devil'S Island
On which island is the Blue Grotto a major tourist attraction?    Capri.
On which island is the Dominican Republic situated?    Hispaniola
On which London thoroughfare are the Lyric and Palace theatres situated?    Shaftesbury Avenue
On which man were the adventures of Robinson Crusoe based?    Alexander Selkirk
On which mountain did Moses receive the Ten Commandments from God?    Sinai
On which object can you see the inscription "For Valour"?    Victoria Cross
On which of the Normandy beaches is the opening sequence of 'Saving Private Ryan' shot?    Omaha
On which of the two Newmarket courses are the early season classics raced?    Rowley Mile
On which piece of equipment was the first ever perfect score achieved in gymnastics?    Bars
On which popular TV game show might you have ended up with “BFH”?    Bullseye
On which public holiday in North America are people urged to plant trees?    Arbor Day
On which surface is the game of curling played?    Ice
On which thoroughfare were Middlesbroughs last public swimming baths situated?    Gilkes Street
On which track has the Greyhound Derby been raced since 1985?    Wimbledon
On which TV programme did Les Dawson first appear?    Opportunity Knocks (He won it in )
On which tv show did Doc Cox appear and Cyril Fletcher read his "Odd odes"?    That'S Life
On whose desk was there a sign saying "The buck stops here"?    Harry Truman
On whose life was the film Star! Based?    Gertrude Lawrence
Oncorhynchus mykiss is the scientific name of which creature?    Rainbow Trout
Ontario and Erie are the smallest of which geographical group?    Great Lakes
Originally an officer of the Catholic Church, which term is now used to describe a person who puts forward arguments with which he does not necessarily agree?    Devil'S Advocate
Outside which building was policewoman Yvonne Fletcher shot and killed in 1984?    Libyan Embassy
Outside which building was policewoman Yvonne Fletcher shot and killed in 1984?    Libyan Embassy
Outside which embassy was PC Yvonne Fletcher killed in London in 1980?     Libyan
Over which stretch of water did Alec Guinness and his fellow prisoners construct a notorious bridge?    River Kwai
Paddy McAloon was the lead singer with which 1980s group?    Prefab Sprout
Pamela Anderson stars in which film set in the second American Civil War in the 21st Century?    Barb Wire
Parus major is the scientific name for which creature common throughout Europe?    Great Tit
Patrick Bateman, the central character in 'American Psycho' spends his days working at which institution?    New York Stock Exchange
Paul Jones, Omar Khayyam and George Smith have all won what?    Kentucky Derby
Paul Rusesabagina's hotel is the location for which 2004 film about the struggle between Tutsi and Hutu in Africa?    Hotel Rwanda
Peaberry, Monsooned malabar and Longberry harrar are all varieties of what?    Coffee Beans
Peacock, White, Plum, Scarlet, Mustard - what is missing?    Reverend Green
Pembroke and Cardigan are the two distinct species of what?    Welsh Corgi
Pennies From Heaven is one of the better known works of which television dramatist?    Dennis Potter
Pennyroyal is the name of a herb of which flavour?    Mint
People exhibiting hostility to one another are said to be at what?    Daggers Drawn
Phaseolus vulgaris is the scientific name of a widely cultivated climbing plant, what is it's more common name?    Green Bean
Phil and don were the first names of which well known duo?    Everly Brothers
Phil Lynott was the front man for which rock band?    Thin Lizzy
Pinus Brutia is the scientific name of a species of tree native to the Eastern Mediterranean, what is its common name?    Turkish Pine
Pinus Sylvestris is the only one of its kind native to Britain, what is it?    Scots Pine
Pollinosis is the correct medical term for which common ailment?    Hay Fever
Pollinosis is the correct medical term for which common ailment?    Hay Fever
Porifera is the scientific name for which type of animal?    Sponge
Porifera is the scientific name for which type of animal?    Sponge
Potter, A.J. Wentworth and Mr Swindley were all characters played by which actor?    Arthur Lowe
Prenton Park is the home ground of which football club?    Tranmere Rovers
Prionace glauca is the scientific name of which marine creature?    Blue Shark
Professor Pat Pending and the Slag Brothers were characters from which childrens tv show?    Wacky Races
Proverbially, from what are mighty oak trees said to grow?    Little Acorns
Proverbially, inhabitants of what should not throw stones?    Glass Houses
Proverbially, to what is a nod as good as a wink?    Blind Horse
Proverbially, what can sink a great ship?    Small Leak
Proverbially, what is a penny saved?    Penny Gained
Pteropus scapulatus is the scientific name of which creature?    Flying Fox
Question    Answer
Rachel Portman was nominated for an Oscar for the music from which 1999 drama?    The Cider House Rules
Rainbow Valley and A Day Without Love were top ten hits for which group?    Love Affair
Randy works behind the bar at McCool's, which actor plays him in the film 'One Night At McCool's'?    Matt Dillon
Raquel Welch film    Fantastic Voyage
Reginald Bamford and Ahmed Nasr are top names in which sport?    Croquet
Residents of which English town are known as monkey hangers?    Hartlepool
Richard Bingham was the subject of a mystery during the 1970s, how was he better known?    Lord Lucan
Richard Fairbrass sang lead vocals on which number 1 hit of 1992?    Deeply Dippy
Ridley Scott's 'The Duellists' is set during which historical period?    Napoleonic Era
Robert Peary was the first man to go here    North Pole
Robert Raikes of Gloucester is credited with founding the first of which Christian learning activity in 1780?    Sunday School
Robert Trias opened the first American school for which sport?    Karate
Roger Cook and Madeline Bell were the singers with which popular group?    Blue Mink
Ronald Balfour was born in Edinburgh in 1930, under what name has he become famous?    Ronnie Corbett
Ruislip Eagles and Great Dane are English clubs competing in which sport?    Handball
Russell Roberts is the real name of which tv personality?    Russ Abbot
Ryan Powell and Kevin Lavey are famous names in which sport?    Lacrosse
Sam Bowden and Max Cady have their final confrontation on a house boat on which North Carolina river?    Cape Fear River
Samuel Pickwick, Nathaniel Winkle, Tracy Tupman and who elsewere the four members of The Pickwick Club?    Augustus Snodgrass
Sciurus carolinensisis the scientific name for which creature?    Grey Squirrel
Sciurus vulgaris is the scientific name of which creature?    Red Squirrel
Scope is a charity raising money for the benefit of sufferers of which illness?    Cerebral Palsy
Set among high society in late 19th century New York, who directed 'The Age of Innocence' in 1993?    Martin Scorcese
Set among the pool halls of America, which 1986 film stars Paul Newman as an ageing Eddie Felson?    The Color Of Money
Set in 2054 in the Washington D.C. Pre-Crime Department and starring Tom Cruise, name this Steven Spielberg directed movie.    Minority Report
Set in a courtroom in the deep South, which 1996 movie is adapted from a John Grisham novel?    A Time To Kill
Set in Los Angeles Brandon Lee stars in this Gothic tale of murder and revenge, name the film.    The Crow
Set in New York in 1863, which film stars Leonardo di Caprio as Amsterdam Vallon?    Gangs Of New York
Set in the 1930's which film takes place in an old fashioned English country house where a family has invited many of their friends up for a weekend shooting party    Gosford Park
Set in the world of Cyberspace, Sandra Bullock is software engineer Angela Bennett, name the film    The Net
Set on a Louisiana prison Death Row, which film stars Tom Hanks as prison warder Paul Edgecomb?    The Green Mile
Several survivors of a torpedoed British ship find themselves in a boat with one of their German enemies, which Hitchcock film?    Lifeboat
Shadowplay and Cataract3 are works by which British artist?    Bridget Riley
'Shallow Grave' was the first film of which director who went on to 'Trainspotting' and 'The Beach'?    Danny Boyle
She was born with the real name Natasha Gurdin and she died in 1981, how was she better known?    Natalie Wood
Shirley Bassey, Midge Ure and Robbie Williams have all recorded a song with which two word title?    No Regrets
Sir Basil Spence is probably best known for his work on the rebuilding of which building after it was bombed during World War II?    Coventry Cathedral
Situated in northern Canada, which bay has been a rich source of furs since the 17th century?    Hudson Bay
Snatch and Clean & Jerk are competitive classes in which sport?    Weightlifting
Sonja Heine was the first great performer in which sport?    Ice Skating
Stanley Kubrick's 'Full Metal Jacket' is set in which war?    Vietnam War
Steve and Phil Mahre were top class competitors in which sport?    Skiing
Stevie Nicks and Lindsay Buckingham were members of which very successful group?    Fleetwood Mac
Sting and Bjork both contributed to the soundtrack of which 1994 Luc Besson movie?    Leon
Stormy petrels are sometimes described as being whose chickens?    Mother Carey'S
Streptopelia turtur is the scientific name of which creature?    Turtle Dove
Stuart Adamson was the lead singer with which popular Scottish band?    Big Country
Stuart Goddard was the real name of which successful singer of the 1980s?    Adam Ant
Studies on which creature enabled doctors to determine the different  human blood groups?    Rhesus Monkey
Sue Brown was the first woman to take part in which event?    University Boat Race
'Suriyothai' tells the story of a female warrior is which Asian country in the 16th century?    Thailand
Susan Devoy was a leading player of which sport?    Squash
swapped    Solomon King
Sy Parrish works in a department store photo lab in 'One Hour Photo', which actor stars?    Robin Williams
Tea bags were first sold in Britain in 1952 by which company?    Tetley
Tea bags were first sold in Britain in 1952 by which company?    Tetley
The ……….  ……….  Band was formed by John Lennon in 1969 and included Eric Clapton in its line up, which two words are missing?    Plastic Ono
The 1929 Blattnerphone was the forerunner of which electronic device?    Tape Recorder
The 1953 peace at Panmunjon ended which conflict?    Korean War
The 1956 Olympics were held in Australia, but due to quarantine laws in which country were the equestrian events held?    Sweden
The 1986 film Half Moon Street was based on which novel by Paul Theroux?    Doctor Slaughter
The 1988 song "Anchorage" was the first chart hit for which American singer?    Michelle Shocked
The 2001 film 'Buffalo Soldiers' is set in which European country?    Germany
The 2005 Fringe from the 7th to the 29th August is part of which event?    Edinburgh Festival
The action in which comedy Western took place in the town of Rock Ridge?    Blazing Saddles
The action of which 1954 classic film takes place on the docks of New York?    On The Waterfront
The annual Bampton Fair in Devon is famed for the buying and selling of what?    Exmoor Pony
The annual Head of the River race is for which sport?    Rowing
The 'Auld Alliance' was a treaty signed in between Scotland and which other country?    France
The Australian's call it a Glory Box We call it something that has the word 'bottom' in its name? So, what do we call it?    Bottom Drawer
The B.D.O. and the P.D.C. are the two major organisations in which sport?    Darts
The band New Order was created by the surviving members of which Manchester band?    Joy Division
The Bank of England is sometimes referred to as the Old Lady of .... where?    Threadneedle Street
The battle of Blenheim was fought in which country?    Germany
The battle of El Alamein was fought in which country?    Egypt
The Battle of Stirling Bridge is the main setting for which historical film of 1995?    Braveheart
The battle of Waterloo was fought in which country?    Belgium
The Belgian Blue is a breed of what? Is it a cattle, b sheep or c ostrich    A) Cattle
The Belgian flag is Yellow, red and?    Black
The Bermuda Bowl is awarded to the world champions of which game?    Contract Bridge
The bite of which species of poisonous octopus can kill a human being in 15 minutes?    Blue Ringed
The Blue Cross Charity, founded in 1897, brings aid to what?    Animals.
The Blue Peter is a blue signal flag that indicates that a merchant vessel is about to sail What white object appears in the middle of the flag?    Square
The Brenner Pass connects which two countries?    Italy/Austria
The Britannia Stadium is the new home ground of which English football club?    Stoke City
The Bucket of Water Song was performed by some of the presenters of TISWAS, under what name?    Four Bucketeers
The Bulldog, The Limestone Cowboy and The Fen Tiger were all nicknames of top players in which sport?    Darts
The Cannibal and The Badger were nicknames of professionals in which sport?    Cycling
The Cartwright rules were used to govern which sport?    Baseball
The Champion's Trophy is the most prestigious annual event in which sport?    Hockey
The Chicken song was a hit for which group?    Spitting Image
The Clifton Suspension Bridge spans which gorge?    Avon
The computer used on the tv game show Family Fortunes is named after which early pioneer of computers?    Charles Babbage
The country which became Zambia and Zimbabwe was named after which politician?    Cecil Rhodes
The Curzon Cup is a major trophy in which sport?    Tobogganing
The director of 'The Piano', who was the first woman to win the prestigious Palm d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival?    Jane Campion
The disease rickets is caused by a deficiency of which vitamin?    Vitamin D
The disease scurvy once prevalent among sailors was caused by a lack of which vitamin?    C
The disease scurvy once prevelant among sailors was caused by a lack of which vitamin?    C
The Dominator and Commando were classic motorcycles manufactured by which Englisn company?    Norton
The dragon, unicorn, tortoise and phoenix are the four sacred animals of what?    Chinese Mythology
The English county of Cornwall is the location for which 1971 film starring Dustin Hoffman and Susan George?    Straw Dogs
The eternally optimistic Mr Micawber appears in which of Charles Dickens novels?    David Copperfield
The European Parliament hold meetings in two European cities One is Brussels, what is the other?    Strasbourg (France)
The famous 'Shower scene' appears in which Hitchcock film?    Psycho
The Farmer's Walk and the Stone Lift are two of the events in which annual competition?    World'S Strongest Man
The Federation Internationale d'Escrime is the governing body of which sport?    Fencing
The final scenes of which classic gangster movie starring James Cagney are played out in a chemical factory?    White Heat
'The Firm' tells of the goings on at a firm involved in which business?    Law
The first ever Superbowl winners came from which city in Wisconsin?    Green Bay
The first mechanical version of which device now found in every home was invented in 1787 by Levi Hutchins?    Alarm Clock
The first of its kind outside Oxford and Cambridge it was set up in London in 1826 for non-Anglicans.What is it?    University College
The first of these was set up by a group of people in Birmingham in 1775, what is it?    Building Society
The first of what was invented by William Lee in 1589?    Knitting Machine
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face was the first chart hit for which singer?    Roberta Flack
The Forthbank Stadium is home to which professional football club?    Stirling Albion
The four Inns of Court are Grays, Lincoln, Middle Temple and which other?    Inner Temple
The frozen confectionery now known as a choc ice was first marketed under which name?    Eskimo Pie
The Giro d'Italia is a major race in which sport?    Cycling
The greatest batsman of his generation, he still holds the record for most runs in a test series for England, 905 v Australia in 1928/9, who is he?    Wally Hammond
The Harmsworth Trophy is competed for in which sport?    Powerboats
The Hautamaeki brothers represent which country at ski jumping?    Finland
The Head of the Charles is the world's largest gathering in which sport?    Rowing
The hip is the name of the fruit of which uncultivated plant?    Wild Rose
The Holy Rollers and The Pin Pals are names of ten pin bowling teams in which TV show?    The Simpson'S
The Hurley used in hurling is traditionally made from the root of which tree?    Ash
The Hurlingham Club oversees which sport?    Polo
The invention of what is usually credited to George Crowley?    Electric Blanket
The Keirin is the name of an Olympic event in which sport?    Cycling
The King George V Gold Cup and Queen Elizabeth II Gold Cup are major events in which sport?    Show Jumping
The king of Albania abdicated after the Italian invasion in 1939, what was his name?    Zog
The king of Albania abdicated after the Italian invasion in 1939, what was his name?    Zog
The largest precious stone of its kind, it was discovered in 1905 and cut into over 100 smaller pieces, all now found in the British crown jewels. What was it called?    Cullinan Diamond
The Lion Sleeps Tonight was the major hit for which group?    Tight Fit
The London Philharmonic is the resident orchestra in which famous concert venue?    Festival Hall
The MacRobertson Shield is the major international trophy for which sport?    Croquet
The Madison is an event in which sport?    Cycling
The majority of Popes have been of what nationality    Italian
The majority of which 1980 film was shot in a Texas nightclub named Gilly's?    Urban Cowboy
The mean streets of New York are the setting for Paul Kersey's revenge in which 1974 film?    Death Wish
The Merseybeats in 1964, AZ Yet in 1997 and Strokes in 2001 all had chart hits with a song with which title?    Last Night
The most famous assassination in history occurred today in 1963, who was the victim?    John F. Kennedy
The mountain top house named Monticello in the state of Virginia was the home of which president of the USA?    Thomas Jefferson
The name of which silent film actress is Cockney rhyming slang for fish?    Lillian Gish
The name of which sport is believed to bee derived from the French for 'shepherd's crook'?    Hockey
The name of which sport is derived from the Spanish word for 'diving board'?    Trampolining
The name of which tv programme is Cockney rhyming skang for lager?    Forsyte Saga
The New York Mafia is the setting for the story of gangster Henry Hill. Which film?    Goodfellas
The North Yorkshire town of Whitby lies at the mouth of which river?    Esk
The number 52 bus service runs from Middlesbrough to where?    Low Grange
The Old Bailey stands on the site of which former notorious establishment?    Newgate Prison
The oldest living object on earth is a tree known by the name of Old Methuselah.What type of tree is it?    Bristlecone Pine
The oldest of its kind in the world, it was founded in 1753, what is it?    British Museum
'The Patriot' takes place during which revolution?    American
The Percheron and Suffolk Punch are examples of what?    Draught Horses
The poisonous gas hydrogen sulphide has a strong odour resembling what?    Rotten Eggs
The Preakness Stakes, The Belmont Stakes and which other race make up the American Triple Crown?    Kentucky Derby
The quiet coastal town of Bodega Bay is the setting for which Hitchcock thriller?    The Birds
The RAF attempt to destroy a munitions factory protected by an overhanging cliff in a Norwegian fjord.    633 Squadron
The Retail Rodeo Shopping Centre features in which 2001 Jennifer Aniston film?    The Good Girl
The route along which Jesus was made to carry his cross has a Latin name which translates into English as "Way of Sorrow", what is its Latin name?    Via Dolorosa
The scale measuring the speed and effects of the wind was named after who?    Charles Beaufort
The scale measuring the strength of earthquakes was named after who?    Charles Richter
The scale on which water boils at 212 degrees was named after who?    Gabriel Fahrenheit
The Shadow of the Templars, The Smoking Mirror and The Sleeping Dragon are the titles of the first three releases in which series of computer adventure game?    Broken Sword
The sisters of which football playing brothers represented England at netball/    Nevilles
The so-called Greenhouse Effect is believed to be caused by the depletion of which gas in the earth’s atmosphere?    Ozone
The songs "Honeysuckle Rose" is associated with which musician?    Fats Waller
The Spanish Grip and Pistol Grip are used in which sport?    Fencing
The Spanish Riding School famed for its Lippizaner horses is situated in which European capital city?    Vienna
The Stanley Cup Final is decided by the best of how many games?    3
The start of what on July 25th is celebrated annually in the fishing town of Whitstable?    Oyster Season
The story of the events of December 7th 1941 are told in this 2001 film set where?    Pearl Harbour
The Super G is an event in which sport?    Skiing
The Sweeney is the nickname for which branch of the police force?    Flying Squad
The term meaning a refusal to purchase certain products or do business with specific companies originates from which Irish landowner?    Charles Boycott
The town of Princeton grew around which institution?    Dartmoor Prison
The Trotters is the nickname of which English sporting team?    Bolton Wanderers
The Uber Cup is a ladies competition in which sport?    Badminton
The 'William Tell Overture', 'The Thieving Magpie' and 'Singing in the Rain' all feature in which 1971 movie?    A Clockwork Orange
The world's largest tree, a giant redwood measuring 274 feet high and 102 feet around the base is named after which American soldier?    General Sherman
The world's oldest photograph is of the Wiltshire home of the inventor of photography William Henry fox Talbot, what is it called?    Laycock Abbey
The zero gravity toilet features in which classic sci-fi movie?    2001:A Space Odyssey
There are two crusts that form the outermost part of the structure of the Earth What are the two crusts called?    The oceanic crust and the continental crust
There has been much consternation in recent years over the alleged damage to which part of the earth's atmoshphere?    Ozone Layer
They were 66 feet long, 30 feet high and were filled with 20,000 cubic feet of hydrogen, what were they?    Barrage Balloon
This South American mammal can grow to a length of 6ft and has grey and black fur and a bushy tail, it's scientific name is myrmecophaga tridactyla, what is its common name?    Giant Anteater
Three students disappeared in the woods of Maryland to make a film their footage was found a year later and made into a film called    The Blair Witch Project
Through what city does the River Taff Flow?    Cardiff
Timour the Tartar, Glen Ogle and The Cutty Sark are all varieties of what?    Scottish Reel
To which boxer did Scotlands Jim Watt lose his world title in 1981?    Alexis Arguello
To which city does Frank Slade go intending to commit suicide in 'Scent of A Woman'?    New York
To which dog, who would not leave his master's grave, is there a statue in Edinburgh?    Greyfriars Bobby.
To which group do Lanzarote and Tenerife belong?    Canary Islands
To which island group do Cuba, Jamaica and Hispaniola belong?    Greater Antilles
To which prison is Andy Dufresne sent after being convicted of the murder of his wife and her lover?    Shawshank
To which town is Ichabod Crane sent to investigate a series of murders?    Sleepy Hollow
To who is the church at the top of Whitby's famous 199 steps dedicated?    Saint Mary
Today in 1577 who left England on the first leg of his round the world voyage?    Francis Drake
Today in 1718, which notorious pirate, scourge of the Caribbean for over 5 years, was killed in hand to hand combat by Lieutenant Robert Maynard of HMS Pearl?    Blackbeard (Edward Teach)
Today in 1891 the German soldier Erwin Rommel was born, what was his WWII nickname?    The Desert Fox
Today in 1899 who was captured by the Boers while covering the war as a reporter for the Morning Post    Winston Churchill
Today in 1946, which new type of pen invented by a Hungarian journalist went on sale in Britain priced at £ 17s 6d.    Biro
Today in 1965 who formed the National Viewers and Listeners Association?    Mary Whitehouse
Today in 1989 who became the first £1million goalkeeper in Britain when he moved from Bristol     Nigel Martyn
Tom Bailey, Alannaah Curry and Joe Leeway were the members of which popular 1980s band?    Thompson Twins
Tom Traddles was a close friend of which Charles Dickens character?    David Copperfield
Tom Traddles was a close friend of which of Charles Dickens characters?    David copperfield
Tom Traddles was a close friend of which well known fictional character?    David Copperfield
Tom Vernon presented a series called 'Fat Man on a Bicycle' What was his follow-up series called? (BBC- Mid s    Fat Man in the Kitchen
Tom Willis began to devise which sport in 1858?    Australian Rules
Tony Hadley was lead singer with which group, at the height of their popularity during the 1980s?    Spandau Ballet
Tony Manero spends his weekends at the local disco in which 1977 drama?    Saturday Night Fever
Toula Portokalos is 30 and works in her family's restaurant, Dancing Zorbas, in Chicago. Which 2002 film?    My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Trina Gulliver has been the ladies world number 1 in which sport?    Darts
Triturus vulgaris vulgaris may be seen in British garden ponds in springtime, what is it?    Common Newt
True Cockneys are supposed to be born within the sound of what?    Bow Bells
Two bikers travel from Los Angeles to New Orleans for Mardi Gras in which 1969 road movie?    Easy Rider
Two hundred and fifty years in the future, life as we know it is threatened by Evil and Mr. Zorg. Which 1997 film?    The Fifth Element
Two sisters work as cleaners in a downtown office building and become involved in unionisation in which film?    Bread And Roses
Uncle Sam is the personification of the USA who is his English equivalent?    John Bull
Under what brand name does Prince Charles market his organic produce?    Duchy Originals
Under what name did Alvin Stardust sing in his early career?    Shane Fenton
Under what name did Arthur Flegenheimer become notorious during the USA gangster era?    Dutch Schulz
Under what name did ex guardsman Shirley Crabtree become famous?    Big Daddy
Under what name did football fan David Johnson become famous during 2003?    Geordie Dancer
Under what name did Luke McMasters wrestle?    Giant Haystacks
Under what name did Robert Craig become well known?    Evel Knievel
Under what name did Ronald Wycherley have 11 top 10 hits?    Billy Fury
Under what name did singer Charles Westover become well known?    Del Shannon
Under what name did the American Charles Stratton become famous when appearing with P.T. Barnum's circus?    Tom Thumb
Under what name did the american Miss Wills win five wimbledon singles titles?    Helen Moody
Under what name did the British Dame Cicily Isabel Fairfield Andrews write?    Rebecca West
Under what name did the singing Kaye sisters record their first hit record?    Three Kayes
Under what name does music producer and mixer Trevor McKenzie of Australia perform?    The Technician
Under what name does Paul O'Grady perform on television?    Lily Savage
Under what name has Barbara Grasemann become successful?    Ruth Rendell
Under what name has Thomas Lanier written a number of popular plays?    Tennessee Williams
Under what name is the dogfish sold for human consumption?    Rock Salmon
Under what name were maltesers first sold?    Energy Balls
Under what name were the first flushing toilets marketed?    Water Closet
Under what stage name did the actress Emilie Charlotte le Breton perform?    Lillie Langtry
Under which name did Michael Barratt have several hit songs during the 1980s?    Shakin' Stevens
Under which stage name did Joseph Levitch become famous?    Jerry Lewis
Until 1966 the King's Royal Rifle Corps and the Rifle Brigade were members of which army brigade?    Green Jackets
Upon what was William Wordsworth standing when he wrote "Earth has not anything to show more fair"?    Westminster Bridge
Urania in Ancient Greece and Harpaston in Ancient Rome were forerunners of which modern ball sport?    Handball
USA in 1848, Australia in 1851 and Canada in 1896, what is the connection?    Gold Rush
Van Gogh, Gaugin and Cezanne were the three most important artists of which movement?    Post Impressionism
Vasco Balboa is reputedly the first European to set eyes on what in 1513?    Pacific Ocean
Vic Reeves had a number 1 hit with a cover version of the song "Dizzy", who recorded the original?    Tommy Roe
Vicia faba is the scientific name of which vegetable?    Broad Bean
Victor Barna was one of the all time greats in which sport?    Table Tennis
Virginia Patterson Hensley who died in a plane crash in 1963 was better known by what name?    Patsy Cline
Virginia Plain first took which British group into the record charts?    Roxy Music
Volant, Fischer and Atomic all manufacture equipment for which sport?    Skiing
Wakefield was the administrative headquarters of which former region of Yorkshire?    West Riding
Water, common and pygmy are types of which creature?    Shrew
We call it property, which term is used in the USA and Canada ?    Real Estate
We Close Our Eyes and Don't Look Down were two of the biggest hits for which group?    Go West
Whaic term describes outdoor plants such as nigella and calendula?    Hardy Annual
What according to a 1959 Malcolm Bradbury book title "is wrong"?    Eating People
What according to a well known proverb should not be "thrown after bad"?    Good Money
What according to a World War II poster "costs lives"?    Idle Talk
What according to an old proverb seldom bite?    Barking Dogs
What according to the bible was constructed by Aaron from the earrings of the people?    Golden Calf
What according to the bible was constructed from gopher wood?    Noah'S Ark
What according to The Koran is the abode of the most high?    Seventh Heaven
What according to the title of an Alan Bennett play could be found under the settee?    Cream Cracker
What along with coal and oil is one of the worlds three major fossil fuels?    Natural Gas
What alternative name is given to the Sepoy rebellion of 1857/8?    Indian Mutiny
What alternative name is sometimes given to the rattlesnake?    Pit Viper
What alternative name is sometimes given to the vegetable known as a swede?    Russian Turnip
What animal denotes a zoo on an ordinance survey map?    Elephant
What animal has a name that means, man of the woods?    Orang-utan
What are "O", "A" and "AB" examples of?    Blood Groups
What are avarice, gluttony, sloth, envy, lust, pride and wrath collectively known as?    Deadly Sins
What are Cambrian, Silurian and Devonian examples of?    Geological Periods
What are Celsius, Kelvin, Reaumar and Fahrenheit all examples of?    Temperature Scale
What are Co2, H2SO4 and NaCl?    Chemical Formulae
What are Dolphin 111, Ensco 55 and Marine 201?    Oil Rigs
What are Doric, Ionic, Tuscan and Corinthian?    Architectural Orders
What are Good Friday, Whit Monday and Boxing Day all examples of?    Public Holidays
What are Honshu, Hokkaido and Shikoku?    Japanese Islands
What are leukocytes and lymphocytes?    Blood Cells
What are listed in the Red Data Books?    Endangered Species
What are Na, Pb, Sn, Au and Ag?    Chemical Symbols
What are often worn by people supporting the annual Comic Relief event?    Red Noses
What are paid monthly by members of the NUT, NUJ and NUS?    Union Dues
What are people with a special ability for gardening said to possess?    Green Fingers
What are released from a low house and a high house?    Clay Pigeons
What are said to never die, but to just fade away?    Old Soldier
What are staghom calculi more commonly known as?    Kidney Stones
What are Suffolk Punch and Cleveland Bay?    Shire Horses
What are supposedly produced in a show of insincerity?    Crocodile Tears
What are syphillis and Gonhorrhea examples of?    Venereal Disease
What are the bladderwort and sundew examples of?    Carniverous Plants
What are the Brecon Beacons and the Pembroke Coast?    National Parks
What are the Cambridge Lents and Oxford Torpids?    Rowing Events
What are the dhole and the dingo examples of?    Wild Dogs
What are the first christian names of the Queens six grandchildren?    Peter, Zara, William, Henry, Beatrice, Eugenie
What are the first names of childrens tv entertainers The Chuckle Brothers?    Paul & Barry
What are the first names of television entertainers The Chuckle Brothers?    Paul & Barry
What are the first names of the creator of Adam Dalgliesh    Phyllis Dorothy (James)
What are the first two words in the name of the "Defenders" extremist terrorist group composed largely of Protestant hardliners from loyalist groups seeking to prevent a political settlement with Irish nationalists.    Red Hand
What are the names of the 2 major auctioneering companies in London?    Christie'S & Sotheby'S
What are the names of the two actor sons of Lloyd Bridges?    Beau & Jeff
What are the names of the wizard and the dragon in Tolkein's trilogy Lord Of The Rings?    Gandalf, Smaug
What are the names of Wendy's brothers in Peter Pan?    John/Michael
What are the three ingredients which should always be present in a Lancashire Hot Pot?    Lamb (Mutton), Potato, Onion
What are the traditional remedy for nettle stings?    Dock Leaves
What are the Westchester Classic and the Greensboro Open?    Golf Tournaments
What are Tom Thumb, Winter Destiny and Tennis Ball types of?    Lettuce
What are Trinity, Merton, Kellogg and Magdalen?    Oxford Colleges
What are UNISON, COHSE and RMT examples of?    Trade Unions
What are used to transport people from the cliff top to the promenade in the towns of Saltburn and Scarborough?    Funicular Railways
What are we said to "turn over" if we want to amend our ways?    New Leaf
What are wealthy people said to be born with in their mouths?    Silver Spoon
What are you said to be doing if you make a fine but needless distinction?    Splitting Hairs
What are you said to be on if you are financially secure and independent?    Easy Street
What are you said to be wearing if you are totally naked?    Birthday Suit
What are you said to do to "the cracks" when trying to conceal faults or problems?    Paper Over
What are you said to possess if you have the talent to make money out of any activity you pursue?    Midas Touch
What are you said to show when you behave as you normally would?    True Colours
What are you said to take when enlisting for the British armed forces?    King'S Shilling
What are you supposed to kiss to receive the gift of the gab?    Blarney Stone
What astronomical measure is equal to 5,880,000 million miles?    Light Year
What became the capital of the GDR on August 13th 1961?    East Berlin
What becomes red in contact with acid and blue in contact with alkali?    Litmus Paper
What began life in the 1930s as the Great Western Aerodrome?    Heathrow Airport
What began on July 14th 1789?    French Revolution
What began on the evening of November 19th 1994?    National Lottery
What begins in Britain in March and ends in October?    Summer Time
What breed of dog is Scooby Doo?    Great Dane
What breed of dog is Scooby Doo?    Great Dane
What breed of dog was named after the capital of Tibet?    Lhasa Apso
What breed was Laika, the first dog sent into space?    Fox Terrier
What broadcasts to the people of London on the frequency 98.5FM?    Capital Radio
What can be created using the techniques of fission and fusion?    Nuclear Energy
What can be heard at each day at 6.00pm on BBC Radio 4?    Shipping Forecast
What can be seen on either side of Berlin's famous Unter Den Linden avenue?    Lime Trees
What can be seen on the hillside at Uffington 20 miles SW of Oxford?    White Horse
What can be seen on the Thames embankment in London and in Central Park in New York?    Cleopatra'S Needle
What can be spade, long shank, double fly or treble fly?    Fishing Hooks
What can you be said to be if you are receptive to new ideas or unprejudiced?    Open Minded
What caused the cancellation of the 1831 University Boat Race?    Cholera
What caused the cancellation of the Badminton Horse Trials in 2001?    Foot & Mouth Disease
What character did Madonna play in the film Dick Tracy?    Breathless Mahoney
What Christian names did the writer A.A.Milne give to his only son?    Christopher Robin
What code name was given to the German invasion of Russia during World War II?    Operation Barbarossa
What code name was given to the SAS raid on San Egidio airport in 1944?    Operation Pomegranate
What codename was given to the proposed German invasion of Britain during World War II?    Operation Sealion
What collective name did Mary Norton give to her characters Homily, Arriety and Pod?    The Borrowers
What collective name has been given to the group of seven future Tory ministers including Norman Lamont, Norman Fowler and Kenneth Clarke who all studied together at the same university?    Cambridge Mafia
What collective name is given to Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands?    Low Countries
What collective name is given to Kent, Surrey, Berkshire, Essex, Middlesex, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire?    Home Counties
What collective name is given to Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick?    Maritime Provinces
What collective name is given to our sun and its nine satellites?    Solar System
What collective name is given to plants such as clover, grass and kale?    Forage Crops
What collective name is given to the 32 boroughs of the capital city of the United Kingdom?    Greater London
What collective name is given to the counties of Somerset, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall?    West Country
What collective name is given to the first four books of the New Testament?    The Gospels
What collective name is given to the government employees responsible for the public administration of the country?    Civil Service
What collective name is given to the KGB agents Burgess, McLean, Philby and Blunt?    Cambridge Spies
What collective name is given to the last 27 books of Christian scripture?    New Testament
What collective name is given to the Spanish speaking countries south of the USA?    Latin America
What collective name is sometimes given to films such as The Lavender Hill Mob, Kind Heart And Coronets and Whisky Galore?    Ealing Comedies
What collective name is sometimes given to the biblical characters Caspar, Melchior and Balthazar?    Three Kings
What collective name is sometimes given to the collaborative work of Gilbert & Sullivan?    Savoy Operas
What collective name was given to native Americans who inhabited the area from Alberta to Texas?    Plains Indians
What collective term can be applied to Saving Private Ryan, Bridge On The River Kwai and The Guns Of Navarone?    War Films
What collective term describes the pulse rate, respiratory rate and temperature of an individual?    Vital Signs
What collective term is applied to edible items such as pizza and burgers and other takeaway meals?    Fast Food
What colour are the berries of the mistletoe plant?    White
What colour belt is worn by a 9th Dan in judo?    Red
What colour flag is flown by a vessel which has sickness aboard?    Yellow
What colour is the door of the Rovers Return in Coronation Street?    Green
What colour were the world's first postage stamps issued in 1840?    Black
What comes in different sized containers known as a tun, a butt, a kilderkin and a firkin?    Beer
What common name is given to A(H5N1)?    Bird Flu
What common name is given to A(H5N1)?    Bird Flu
What common name is given to iron pyrites, a brass coloured mineral often found in coal seams?    Fool'S Gold
What common name is given to myocardial infarction?    Heart Attack
What common name is given to the Aurora Borealis?    Northern Lights
What common name is given to the point where the optic nerve enters the retina?    Blind Spot
What common name was given to the film regulation body in the USA 1922 - 45 which was officially known as the Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America?    Hay'S Office
What common name was given to the William IV public house in the St Hilda's area of Middlesbrough?    King Billy
What connects Oxford Circus and Picadilly Circus in London?    Regent Street
What could be witnessed at "Paddington Fair" prior to the year 1868?    Public Executions
What could British people spend for the first time in 1968?    Decimal Coins
What country lies between Columbia and Peru?    Ecuador
What derogatory term has become a nickname for fans of heavy rock music?    Head Bangers
What did Aston Villa win in 1982?    European Cup
What did Britain buy 176,602 shares in in 1875?    Suez Canal
What did businessman Peter de Savary buy in 1987 and sell in 1991?    Lands End
What did businessman Peter de Savary buy in 1987 and sell in 1991?    Land'S End
What did Elton John say was "alright for fighting" in a 1970s hit song?    Saturday Night
What did F.D. Roosevelt say were speech and expression, religion, fear and want?    Four Freedoms
What did footballer Marco van Bastin do against England that has never been done since?    Scored A Hat Trick
What did Jason and the Argonauts sail in search of?    Golden Fleece
What did Jesus use with two fishes to feed the five thousand?    Five Loaves
What did 'Liberty' lose for the first time in 1982?    America'S Cup
What did Lord Caernarvon help to uncover in 1922?    The Tomb Of King Tutenkhamun
What did My True Love send two of in the traditional 12 Days of Christmas song?    Turtle Doves
What did Rudyard Kipling describe as "Great, grey-green greasy"?    Limpopo River
What did Sir Hiram Stevens Maxim invent in 1884?    Machine Gun
What did the ancient Romans refer to as Mare Nostrum?    Mediterranean Sea
What did The Drifters suggest you should save for me?    Last Dance
What did the famous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot like exercising when soling his cases?    Little Grey Cells
What did the literary character Benn Gunn mostly dream about?    Toasted Cheese
What did the Monty Python team go in search of in their first film?    Holy Grail
What did Winston Churchill say had descended across the continent in a 1946 speech?    Iron Curtain
What do Americans sometimes refer to as a Goofball?    Sleeping Pill
What do Australians call a sportsman who appears to perform well, but is largely ineffective?    Show Pony
What do baby whales feed on?    Milk
What do children tradionally hang up on the evening of December 24th?    Christmas Stocking
What do Italians call their strong dark coffee served in small cups?    Espresso
What do Ruritania, Utopia and Narnia have in common?    Fictional Countries
What do Sumo wrestlers throw into the ring before a bout?    Salt
What do the Americans call what we know as a chemist's shop?    Drug Store
What do the first two letters of the abbreviation P.I.N. represent?    Personal Identification
What do the French call Shrove Tuesday?    Mardi Gras
What do the French refer to as La Manche.?    English Channel
What do the initials AM stand for when seen on a radio?    Amplitude Modulation
What do the initials WD stand for in the name of the aerosol spray WD40?    Water Dispersant
What do the letters after the name of tv's Magnum stand for?    Private Investigator
What do the people of Oslo present to the British each year in December?    Christmas Tree
What do the second and third letters of the acronym ERNIE stand for?    Random Number
What do we call the large tubes of pasta which are often stuffed before eating?    Cannelloni
What do you offer in order to promote peace or goodwill?    Olive Branch
What do you proverbially in order to pay Paul?    Rob Peter
What do you take if you are absent without permission?    French Leave
What does a boxer receive after winning three British title fights?    Lonsdale Belt
What does a cricketer achieve when taking three wickets with successive balls?    Hat Trick
What does a seahorse posess that sets it apart from other fish?    Prehensile Tail
What does number 10 on the Beaufort scale indicate?    Whole Gale
What does the Indian name Minnehaha mean in English?    Laughing Water
What does the instruction Fortissimo mean in a musical score?    Very Loud
What does the scientific name of the peach persicum malum mean in English?    Persian Apple
What does the silk worm feed on?    Mulberry Leaves
What does the word Brontosaurus mean in English?    Thunder Lizard
What does the word dinosaur actually mean in English?    Terrible Lizard
What does the word Russian cosmonaut mean in English?    Space Sailor
What exactly is a sardine?    Young Herring
What flows for 1600 miles from Venezuela to the Atlantic Ocean?    Orinoco River
What flows for over 1300 miles from the Drakensberg mountains to the Atlantic Ocean?    Orange River
What flows from its source near Moscow south to the Caspian Sea?    River Volga
What flows from Tibet through China, Laos Cambodia and Vietnam?    Mekong River
What flows into the Mississippi at Cairo in southern Illinois?    Ohio River
What four letter word is the collective noun for a group of buzzards?    Wake
"What happens when neutrons released by the splitting of atomic nuclei themselves go on to split others releasing even more neutrons?
the splitting of some atomic nuclei
themselves go on to split others, releasing
even more neutrons."    Chain Reaction
What has become the nickname of Wimbledon Football Club?    Crazy Gang
What has been the home of the Dukes of Beaufort since 1682?    Badminton House
What has been the home of the US Tennis Championship since 1978?    Flushing Meadow
What has been the name of two different presidents of the USA?    George Bush
What has its beginning at Cross Fell in Cumbria?    River Tees
What has the chemical formula H2CO3?    Soda Water
What has the scientific name brassica oleracea gemmifera?    Brussels Sprout
What illness is caused by an iron deficiency?    Aneamia
What in a children's story by Carlo Collodi grew each time its owner told a lie?    Pinocchio'S Nose
What in a sporting sense began in Scotland in 1975 and England in 1992?    Premier League
What in a tv advertising campaign were we told would "do nicely"?    American Express
What in aircraft is referred to as the "black box"?    Flight Recorder
What in an Alistair Maclean novel was named Zebra?    Ice Station
What in Brighton was designed by John Nash and built for the Prince Regent?    Royal Pavilion
What in Britain is 72 years for men and 78 years for women?    Life Expectancy
What in Britain is 72 years for men and 78 years for women?    Life Expectancy
What in China are "Gunpowder", "Precious Earrings" and "Dragon Well"?    Green Teas
What in human beings should be approximately 37 degrees centigrade?    Body Temperature
What in Liverpool, is the colloquial term for a cemetry?    Bone Orchard
What in mathematics is usually represented by the letter X?    Unknown Quantity
What in mythology was Pegasus?    Winged Horse
What in mythology was suspended by a single horse hair?    Sword Of Damocles
What in the body has parts called duodenum and ileum?    Small Intestine
What in the human body connects the throat to the ear?    Eustachian Tube
What in the human body controls the production of hormones?    Pituitary Gland
What in the human body is the mandible?    Lower Jawbone
What in the human body produce white blood cells?    Lymph Glands
What in the human body regulates growth and controls metabolism?    Thyroid Gland
What in the world of computing are Unix, DOS and OS/2?    Operating System
What indicates that a metallic object was hallmarked in the city of Sheffield?    Leopard'S Head
What is -32 fahrenheit and 0 celcius?    Melting Point
What is -32 on the Fahrenheit scale and zero on the Celcius scale?    Freezing Point
What is 7/8ths of 56    49
What is a bird in the hand worth?    Two in the bush
What is a campanile?    Bell Tower
What is a cat proverbially said to possess?    Nine Lives
What is a snake doing when desquamating?    Shedding its skin
What is added to Paella to make black paella?    Octopus Ink
What is Alexander the Great traditionally said to have cut?    Gordian Knot
What is alternatively known as Epiphany?    Twelfth Night
What is an alternative name for methane?    Marsh Gas
What is another name for the Christian belief of immaculate conception?    Virgin Birth
What is awarded annually for the best original full-length novel by a female author of any nationality, written in English and published in the UK in the preceding year?    Orange Prize
What is calculated by counting the protons in the nucleus of one atom of a chemical element?    Atomic Number
What is calculated from the average of the masses of all the naturally occurring isotopes of a chemical element?    Atomic Weight
What is called "La Bayemesa" in Cuba, "Isle of Beauty, Isle of Splendour in Dominica and "Biladi" in Egypt?    National Anthem
What is Cockney rhyming slang for a prison sentence?    Bird Lime
What is cockney rhyming slang for a shirt?    Dicky Dirt
What is cockney rhyming slang for 'look'?    Butchers Hook
What is controlled by members of IFATCA and Prospect?    Air Traffic
What is created by the gravitational collapse of a massive star?    Black Hole
What is first letter on the second line of letters on a keyboard?    A
What is formed by a process known as ossification?    Human Bone
What is formed during the process of milk becoming sour?    Lactic Acid
What is it proverbially that blows nobody any good?    Ill Wind
What is it that snooker players strive for?    Maximum Break
What is James Bonds favourite drink?    Vodka Martini
What is known in America as a realtor?    Estate Agent
What is known in America as a thumb tack?    Drawing Pin
What is known in America as a tuxedo?    Dinner Jacket
What is known in Scotland as 'The Roaring Game'?    Curling
What is located in Manhattan, New York at the junction of Broadway, 42nd Street and 7th Avenue?    Times Square
What is made by boiling the seeds of the flax plant and mixing the resultant liquid with pigments of various colours?    Oil Paint
What is measured by a geiger counter?    Radio Activity
What is measured by a instrument known as a Spirometer?    Lung Capacity
What is missing from this list? Superior, Michigan, Huron, Ontario.    Lake Erie
What is missing from this list? Superior, Michigan, Huron, Ontario.    Erie
What is named Lenten in March, Flower in June and Hunter's in November?    Full Moon
What is observed in Britain on the closest Sunday to November 11th each year?    Remembrance Day
What is obtained from the saccharum plant, a member of the grass family?    Sugar Cane
What is officially the national sport of Canada?    Lacrosse
What is one of the alternative names given to Saint Nick?    Father Christmas
What is orange pekoe a variety of?    Tea
What is orange pekoe a variety of?    Tea
What is Paddington Bear's favourite food?    Marmalade Sandwiches
What is performed in the German town of Oberammagau every 10 years?    Passion Play
What is pictured on the right?    Royal Arms
What is produced from fermented malted barley?    Scotch Whisky
What is rhyming slang for a five pound note?    Lady Godiva
What is rhyming slang for a necktie?    Peckham Rye
What is rhyming slang for skint?    Pink Lint
What is said to descend when people become very angry?    Red Mist
What is sometimes awarded to the person or team finishing last in a competition?    Wooden Spoon
What is sometimes known as a "Sheltie"?    Shetland Pony
What is sometimes referred to as China's Sorrow?    Yellow River
What is sometimes referred to as Jewish penicillin?    Chicken Soup
What is the aim of the organisation known by the acronym CARD?    Racial Equality
What is the alter ego of Steve Rogers?    Captain America
What is the alternative and more common name of the zygomatic bone?    Cheekbone
What is the alternative name for a drop scone?    Scotch Pancake
What is the alternative name for a shaman in many undeveloped societies?    Witch Doctor
What is the alternative name for Sirius?    Dog Star
What is the alternative name for spirit of salts?    Hydrochloric Acid
What is the alternative name for the Alsatian dog?    German Shepherd
What is the alternative name for the borzoi?    Russian Wolfhound
What is the alternative name for the chemical sodium hydroxide?    Caustic Soda
What is the alternative name for the coyote?    Prairie Wolf
What is the alternative name for the disease malaria?    Marsh Fever
What is the alternative name for the disease psittacosis?    Parrot Fever
What is the alternative name for the dunnock?    Hedge Sparrow
What is the alternative name for the metal quicksilver?    Mercury
What is the alternative name for the Sequoia tree?    Giant Redwood
What is the alternative name given to the avocado?    Alligator Pear
What is the alternative name given to the Sepoy Rebellion of 1857/8?    Indian Mutiny
What is the alternative name of a Scotch pancake?    Drop Scone
What is the alternative name of phenol?    Carbolic Acid
What is the alternative name of Priestholm in north west Wales?    Puffin Island
What is the alternative name of sodium bicarbonate?    Baking Soda
What is the alternative name of the    Wild Arum
What is the alternative name of the    Wild Clematis
What is the alternative name of the    Wandering Jew
What is the alternative name of the    Wild Mustard
What is the alternative name of the    Monkey Nut
What is the alternative name of the    Cuckoo Pint
What is the alternative name of the Arctic tern?    Sea Swallow
What is the alternative name of the Batman villain The Penguin, as played by Danny de Vito?    Oswald Cobblepot
What is the alternative name of the belladonna plant?    Deadly Nightshade
What is the alternative name of the Beluga?    Russian Sturgeon
What is the alternative name of the caracal?    Persian Lynx
What is the alternative name of the cavy?    Guinea Pig
What is the alternative name of the Chilean pine tree?    Monkey Puzzle
What is the alternative name of the daddy long legs?    Crane Fly
What is the alternative name of the Echidna?    Spiny Anteater
What is the alternative name of the galago?    Bush Baby
What is the alternative name of the garbanzo or ceci bean often used in Spanish and Mexican cookery?    Chick Pea
What is the alternative name of the goatsbeard or meadow salsify?    Shepherd'S Clock
What is the alternative name of the haricot?    French Bean
What is the alternative name of the kookaburra    Laughing Jackass
What is the alternative name of the laburnam tree?    Golden Rain
What is the alternative name of the lapwing?    Green Plover
What is the alternative name of the Monkey puzzle tree?    Chilean Pine
What is the alternative name of the mountain known as K2?    Godwin Austen
What is the alternative name of the muntjac?    Barking Deer
What is the alternative name of the pangolin?    Scaly Anteater
What is the alternative name of the planet Arrakis, a desert world which is the only source of the spice named melange?    Dune
What is the alternative name of the poisonous plant known in the USA as jimson weed?    Thorn Apple
What is the alternative name of the prawn like sea creature langoustine?    Norway Lobster
What is the alternative name of the Sparrowhawk?    American Kestrel
What is the alternative name of the style of art usually known as action painting?    Abstract Expressionism
What is the alternative name of the termite?    White Ant
What is the alternative name of the Wapiti?    American Elk
What is the alternative name of the wild flower usually known as the bluebell?    Wood Hyacinth
What is the alternative name of the World War II incident known as D Day?    Normandy Landindgs
What is the alternative name of vitamin C?    Ascorbic Acid
What is the American Indian word for a young baby?    Papoose
What is the American name for the river forming the border between the USA and Mexico?    Rio Grande
What is the American name for what the British refer to as the aubergine?    Egg Plant
What is the American name for what we call a drawing pin?    Thumb Tack
What is the American name for what we call a motor mechanic?    Grease Monkey
What is the American slang term for the slum part of a city where those down on their luck or people affected by drugs or alcohol congregate?    Skid Row
What is the Arabic translation of the phrase "might of the trinity"?    Haile Selassie
What is the army term for an infantryman?    Foot Slogger
What is the best known character played by Patricia Routledge?    Hyacinth Bucket
What is the better known name of London's Middlesex Street?    Petticoat Lane
What is the better known name of Sirius?    The Dog Star
What is the better known name of the Gravelly Hill interchange?    Spaghetti Junction
What is the better known name of the hippocampus?    Sea Horse
What is the biggest city on the river Soar?    Leicester
What is the biggest tourist attraction in the city of Bath?    Roman Baths
What is the capital city of Costa Rica?    San Jose
What is the capital city of El Salvador?    San Salvador
What is the capital city of Malaysia?    Kuala Lumpur
What is the capital city of Sri Lanka?    Colombo
What is the capital city of the African country of Benin?    Porto Novo
What is the capital city of the British Virgin Islands?    Road Town
What is the capital city of The Dominican Republic?    Santo Domingo
What is the capital of American Samoa?    Pago Pago
What is the capital of the American state of Iowa?    Des Moines
What is the capital of the American state of Louisiana?    Baton Rouge
What is the capital of the American state of Missouri?    Jefferson City
What is the capital of the American state of Nevada?    Carson City
What is the capital of the Falkland Islands?    Port Stanley
What is the capital of the state of Arkansas?    Little Rock
What is the cause of the disease diabetes mellitus?    Insulin Deficiency
What is the CB radio code for "message understood"?    Ten Four
What is the chief seaport of Western Australia?    Fremantle
What is the chief seaport of Western Australia?    Fremantle
What is the Church of Englands equivalent of the Jewish Pentecost?    Harvest Festival
What is the Cockney rhyming slang for "mate" (as in friend)?    China Plate
What is the Cockney rhyming slang for "teeth"?    Hampstead Heath
What is the Cockney rhyming slang for boots?    Daisy Roots
What is the Cockney rhyming slang for hair?    Barnet Fair
What is the cockneys rhyming slang for somebody who steals?    Tea Leaf
What is the collective name (meaning "great skill") for the martial arts of China?    Kung Fu
What is the collective name given to Hastings, Hythe, Dover, Sandwich and Romney?    Cinque Ports
What is the collective term for coal, oil and natural gas?    Fossil Fuels
What is the collective term for helium, neon, argon, krypton, xenon, and radon?    Noble Gases
What is the collective term for items such as napkins, place mats and serviettes?    Table Linen
What is the collective term for the 2000 Guineas, St Leger and English Derby?    Triple Crown
What is the collective term given to Premium Bonds, Granny Bonds, Children's Bonds and various other government sponsored fundraising schemes?    National Savings
What is the commom name of Ficus Elastica?    Rubber Plant
What is the common name for the bodily defect myopia?    Short Sight
What is the common name for the orbit bone?    Eye Socket
What is the common name given to a choux bun?    Elephants Foot
What is the common name given to the California State route 57?    Orange Freeway
What is the common name of allium fistolsum?    Spring Onion
What is the common name of cocos nucifera?    Coconut Palm
What is the common name of hydrated magnesium sulphate?    Epsom Salts
What is the common name of monstera deliciosa?    Cheese Plant
What is the common name of the brown mottled grouse of North America?    Prairie Chicken
What is the common name of the chlorophytum which produces long narrow leaves with a central stripe and small white flowers?    Spider Plant
What is the common name of the meadowsweet plant?    Aaron'S Beard
What is the commonly used but incorrect name of the creature properly called colugo?    Flying Lemur
What is the connection between Utopia, Ruritania and Narnia?    Fictional Countries
What is the connection between Utopia, Ruritania and Narnia?    Fictional Countries
What is the correct chemical name for common salt?    Sodium Chloride
What is the correct name for the phenomenon known as the 'Northern Lights'?    Aurora Borealis
What is the correct name for the religious cult usually known as the Moonies?    Unification Church
What is the correct name of the atmospheric display known as the the "Southern Lights"?    Aurora Australis
What is the correct name of the breed of cattle commonly known as 'Belties'?    Belted Galloway
What is the correct name of the musical instrument used in most churches?    Pipe Organ
What is the correct title of the music sometimes known as "Danny Boy"?    Londonderry Air
What is the country of origin of the dance called the Samba?    Brazil
What is the decimal equivalent of the old English florin?    Ten Pence
What is the English meaning of the word hippopotamus?    River Horse
What is the English name for what Americans might refer to as a Bughouse?    Lunatic Asylum
What is the English name for what Americans refer to as a Derby?    Bowler Hat
What is the English name for what the Germans refer to as Schwarzwald?    Black Forest
What is the English name for what the Germans refer to as Schwarzwald?    Black Forest
What is the English title of 'Il Buono, Il Brutto, Il Cattivo'?    The Good, The Bad And The Ugly
What is the english translation of the French phrase "Notre Dame"?    Our Lady
What is the English translation of the German SS or Schutzstaffel?    Protection Squad
What is the Fahrenheit equivalent of 100 degrees C?    212
What is the former name of the country now known as Ghana?    Gold Coast
What is the French name of the type of  epilepsy  in which there is a momentary loss of awarenes?    Petit Mal
What is the German for "Goodbye"?    Auf Wiedersehen
What is the hardest substance found in the human body?    Tooth Enamel
What is the highest checkout possible in darts?    170
What is the historical name for the region now known as Turkey?    Asia Minor
What is the industrial name for graphite when used for polishing?    Black Lead
What is the Italian phrase meaning a pretty woman?    Bella Donna
What is the largest of the planets in our solar system?    Jupiter
What is the largest of the United Arab Emirates?    Abu Dhabi
What is the largest species of monkey?    Mandrill
What is the last month in the year having 31 days?    December
What is the Latin motto of the Prince of Wales?    Ich Dien
What is the Latin name for nitric acid?    Aqua Fortis
What is the literal meaning of the word biscuit?    Baked Twice
What is the little used alternative name of the piccolo?    Octave Flute
What is the little used nickname of Manchester United Football Club?    Red Devils
What is the location for the 2002 film Internal Affairs?    Hong Kong
What is the location for the comedy/drama 'Mean Machine'?    Prison
What is 'the madhouse' in darts?    Double 1
What is the major London market serving the meat trade?    Smithfield Market
What is the married name of the 1959 French Open champion and 1961 Wimbledon runner up?    Christine Janes
What is the medical or technical name for the bodies outer layer of skin?    Epidermis
What is the Mexican name of the river which forms the border between Mexico and the USA?    Rio Bravo
What is the minimum age for an Olympic Rhythmic gymnast?    15
What is the more common name for the larynx?    Adam'S Apple
What is the more common name for the patella?    Knee Cap
What is the more common name for the rare medical condition dissociative disorder?    Split Personality
What is the more common name given to a polygraph?    Lie Detector
What is the more common name given to kaolin?    China Clay
What is the more common name given to Port Jackson?    Sydney Harbour
What is the more common name given to Remembrance Sunday?    Poppy Day
What is the more common name given to the sternum?    Breast Bone
What is the more common name of aqua fortis?    Nitric Acid
What is the more common name of nitrous oxide?    Laughing Gas
What is the more common name of seasonal rhinitis?    Hay Fever
What is the more common name of the 2nd Sunday after ascension?    Whit Sunday
What is the more common name of the 4th Sunday before Christmas?    Advent Sunday
What is the more common name of the femur?    Thigh Bone
What is the more common name of the first day of Lent?    Ash Wednesday
What is the more common name of the Nuffield Radio Astronomy Laboratory?    Jodrell Bank
What is the more common title of the book Memoirs Of A Woman Of Pleasure?    Fanny Hill
What is the more familiar name of myeloid tissue?    Bone Marrow
What is the more popular name of albumen?    Egg White
What is the more usual name given to the Central Criminal Court?    Old Bailey
What is the most popular beer in Spain?    San Miguel
What is the name given to a substance which renders an object transparent for examination?    Clearing Agent
What is the name given to a sumo wrestling tournament?    Basho
What is the name given to a wine bottle which holds twice the standard amount?    Magnum
What is the name given to an opening found in deposits of galacial material?    Kettle Hole
What is the name given to the animal stories traditionally said to have been written by a deformed phyrygian slave?    Aesop'S Fables
What is the name given to the collection of stories told by Scheherazade to placate her husband?    Arabian Nights
What is the name given to the final stage before any parliamentary bill can become law?    Royal Assent
What is the name of a female fox?    Vixen
What is the name of a lift used to carry food or drinks between floors?    Dumb Waiter
What is the name of Birmingham's major railway station?    New Street
What is the name of Britain's national news agency, launched in 1868?    Press Association
What is the name of Glasgows most famous and popular shopping thoroughfare?    Sauchiehall Street
What is the name of Homer simpson's next door neighbour?    Ned Flanders
What is the name of Hong Kong's national airline?    Cathay Pacific
What is the name of Ian Fleming's Jamaican home which gave its name to one of the James Bond films?    Goldeneye
What is the name of Italy's national airline?    Al Italia
What is the name of Latin America's second largest city after Mexico City?    Sao Paulo
What is the name of London's late afternoon newspaper?    Evening Standard
What is the name of Rupert Bear's elephant friend?    Edward Trunk
What is the name of the  medical condition in which there is a deficiency of red blood cells or their     Anaemia
What is the name of the 13th century circular map of the world which can be seen in Hereford Cathedral?    Mappa Mundi
What is the name of the accepted system of measurement of fishing hooks and flies?    Redditch Scale
What is the name of the American presidential retreat in the Appalachian mountains of Maryland?    Camp David
What is the name of the annual end-of-season contest between the AFC and NFC champions? (You have to work out what the letters stand for    Super Bowl (American Football Conference (AFC) and the National Football Conference (NFC))
What is the name of the annual film and tv awards presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association?    Golden Globe
What is the name of the annual payment by parliament to the royal household?    Civil List
What is the name of the Argentinian breed of horse recognised as the world’s smallest?    Falabella
What is the name of the automaton discovered in Mysore, India in 1799 which is now part of the Victoria & Albert Museum collection?    Tippoo'S Tiger
What is the name of the award given to animals which have performed life saving deeds?    Dicken Medal
What is the name of the bay which lies off the coast of both France and Spain?    Biscay
What is the name of the belligerent, wing-helmeted Belgian comic-strip character who first appeared    Asterix the Gaul
What is the name of the cape at the southern tip of South Africa?    Good Hope
What is the name of the capital city of Jamaica?    Kingston
What is the name of the cat burglar played by Stephen Yardley in the tv series The XYY Man?    Spider Scott
What is the name of the cat that pursues a bird called Tweety-Pie?    Sylvester
What is the name of the Chinese Book of Changes?    I Ching
What is the name of the Cistercian ruin situated 23 miles north of York?    Rievaulx Abbey
What is the name of the contemporary French cooking style emphasizing fresh ingredients and attractive presentation?    Nouvelle Cuisine
What is the name of the cook in the board game Cluedo?    Mrs White
What is the name of the craggy headland at the northwest tip of Scotland?    Cape Wrath
What is the name of the dish of Turkish origin consisting of roasted meat and vegetables served on a skewer?    Shish Kebab
What is the name of the doctor played by Omar Sharif in a 1970's film?    Zhivago
What is the name of the document outlining future policy presented to parliament by the government of the day?    White Paper
What is the name of the dog owned by Dennis the Menace?    Gnasher
What is the name of the electric circuit used to measure an unknown resistance?    Wheatstone Bridge
What is the name of the establishment found at 37 Corporation Road, Middlesbrough?    Hairy Lemon
What is the name of the FA personal assistant who has recently resigned over her involvement with Mark Palios and Sven Goran Eriksson?    Faria Alam
What is the name of the famous bend negotiated by the horses during the running of the English Derby?    Tattenham Corner
What is the name of the famous brand of Tennessee whisky?    Jack Daniels
What is the name of the famous English ceramic design created by the potter Thomas Minton in the 18th century?    Willow Pattern
What is the name of the famous Indian textbook on the art of sex and love?    Karma Sutra
What is the name of the famous statue of the goddess Venus in the Louvre Museum in Paris?    Venus De Milo.
What is the name of the famous thoroughfare in Bath designed by architect John Wood?    Royal Crescent
What is the name of the fault in the eart's crust that makes the area around California liable to suffer earthquakes?    San Andreas
What is the name of the fictional rabbit whose father disappeared in Mr McGregor's garden?    Peter
What is the name of the fictional rabbit whose father disappeared in Mr McGregor's garden?    Peter
What is the name of the fictional setting of 'Lord of the Rings'?    Middle Earth
What is the name of the figure of speech included in the phrases "I never heard nothing" and "I haven't got no money"?    Double Negative
What is the name of the flag of the Merchant Navy?    Red Ensign
What is the name of the foodstuff consisting of bread dipped in beaten egg and lightly fried?    French Toast
What is the name of the French national anthem?    La Marseilles
What is the name of the governing body of the Church of England?    General Synod
What is the name of the governing body of the Church of Scotland?    General Assembly
What is the name of the governments chemical and biological defence establishment in Wiltshire?    Porton Down
What is the name of the granite island and bird sanctuary situated at the southern end of the Firth of clyde?    Ailsa Craig
What is the name of the group of rocks off the western coast of the Isle of Wight which rise to a height of 100ft?    The Needles
What is the name of the highest point in England?    Scafell Pike
What is the name of the historic 15th century cannon which can be seen in Edinburgh Castle?    Mons Meg
What is the name of The hobbit in Tolkein's book of the same name?    Bilbo Baggins
What is the name of the hologram in the tv comedy show Red Dwarf?    Arnold Rimmer
What is the name of the home of the Dukes of Argyll?    Inverary Castle
What is the name of the Hong Kong stock exchange?    Hang Seng
What is the name of the illness characterised by chronic inflammation of the kidneys?    Bright'S Disease
What is the name of the imaginary sailor's heaven, the place where all good seafarers go, a paradise or Elysium where unlimited supplies of rum, women and tobacco are provided?    Fiddler'S Green
What is the name of the implement used by manicurists to shape and clean cuticles?    Orange Stick
What is the name of the Indian princess in Peter Pan?    Tiger Lily
What is the name of the instrument which is used to measure precipitation?    Rain Gauge
What is the name of the island group which includes Barbados and Grenada?    Lesser Antilles
What is the name of the knockout trophy played for by Rugby Union teams?    Pilkington Cup
What is the name of the lady usually included in the tales of Robin hood and his merry men?    Maid Marian
What is the name of the language spoken by Bill & Ben?    Oddle Poddle
What is the name of the large amusement park situated close to Ripon?    Lightwater Valley
What is the name of the large prison on the Isle of Wight used to house long term prisoners?    Parkhurst
What is the name of the large shopping centre built in the city of Birmingham during the 1960s?    Bull Ring
What is the name of the largest prehistoric mound in Europe, situated 6 miles west of Marlborough?    Silbury Hill
What is the name of the lawyer in the Flintstones cartoon series?    Perry Masonry
What is the name of the local newspaper in the TV show `Only Fools And Horses`?    Peckham Echo
What is the name of the London thoroughfare renowned for its markets held since the 1870s?    Portobello Road
What is the name of the long, narrow glass containers used in laboratory experiments?    Test Tube
What is the name of the main thoroughfare through Chelsea?    King'S Road
What is the name of the major industrial city of Honduras?    San Pedro
What is the name of the major waterway in the city of Venice?    Grand Canal
What is the name of the manager of Rangers Football club?    Dick Advocaat
What is the name of the medical condition in which the bones become thinner and more brittle due to a loss of calcium?    Osteoporosis
What is the name of the medical condition in which the bones become thinner and more brittle due to a loss of calcium?    Osteoporosis
What is the name of the medical condition of inflamed skin on the backsides of babies?    Nappy Rash
What is the name of the metal frame used to divide a dart board into the scoring sections?    Spider
What is the name of the Middlesbrough pub situated at?    Green Tree
What is the name of the most northerly point on the British mainland?    Dunnet Head
What is the name of the multi coloured variety of the mineral fluorspar found only in the Derbyshire peak district?    Blue John
What is the name of the neolithic village on the western coast of the Orkney mainland which was inhabited between 3200 BC and 2200 BC?    Skara Brae
What is the name of the Norwegian  violin  with four strings and four  sympathetic strings , used for playing folk dances?    Hardanger Fiddle
What is the name of the object pictured on the right?    Celtic Cross
What is the name of the oldest educational institution in the USA, founded 1636 at New Towne (later Cambridge), Massachusetts?    Harvard University
What is the name of the once lawless region of New York between 34th and 59th Streets which was the domain of Vincent "Mad Dog" Coll?    Hells Kitchen
What is the name of the organisation controlling horse racing in Ireland?    Turf Club
What is the name of the pirate who discovers the hidden treasure in the novel Treasure Island?    Ben Gunn
What is the name of the plateau region of coloured rock in north-eastern Arizona?    Painted Desert
What is the name of the principal female singer in an opera?    Prima Donna
What is the name of the prison in "Porridge"?    Slade
What is the name of the promontory jutting out into the North Sea near Bridlington?    Flamborough Head
What is the name of the RAF aerobatic display team?    Red Arrows
What is the name of the recreational activity involving long distance ridng and exploration of the countryside?    Pony Trekking
What is the name of the recreational area and nature reserve in Essex, England, 3 miles east of Bishop's Stortford?    Hatfield Forest
What is the name of the red beret wearing group of vigilante volunteers who patrol the New York underground railway in an attempt to deter violent crime?    Guardian Angels
What is the name of the red tellytubby?    Po
What is the name of the religious centre of the Sikh religion located at Amritsar?    Golden Temple
What is the name of the schoolboy who is transformed into superhero Bananaman?    Eric Twinge
What is the name of the sculpture at the southwest end of The Mall in front of Buckingham Palace?    Victoria Memorial
What is the name of the sea route around the top of Canada which eluded explorers for centuries?    Northwest Passage
What is the name of the series of vertical stone columns situated in County Antrim, Northern Ireland?    Giant'S Causeway
What is the name of the sheer chalk headland with cliffs almost 600ft high situated 21 miles from Brighton?    Beachy Head
What is the name of the shooting event in which two targets are released at once?    Double Trap
What is the name of the Shropshire village which holds its own annual "Olympian Games"?    Much Wenlock
What is the name of the skirt like garment worn by people of the Pacific islands especially Malaysia and Indonesia?    Sarong
What is the name of the small volcanic island in the East Pacific which has some 600 strange stone statues?    Easter Island.
What is the name of the smallest infantry group in the army?    Platoon
What is the name of the society which re-enacts Civil War battles?    Sealed Knot
What is the name of the sovereign's mounted bodyguard?    Household Cavalry
What is the name of the Spiritual and Temporal leader of the people of Tibet?    Dalai Lama
What is the name of the standard type of modern cement?    Portland
What is the name of the starting position for a fencing bout?    En Garde
What is the name of the stately home in Twickenham, now part of St Mary's Catholic College, that was created by Horace Walpole in the 18th century?    Strawberry Hill
What is the name of the stick used by Hurling players?    Hurley
What is the name of the stretch of water lying between Angelsey and the Welsh mainland?    Menai Strait
What is the name of the stretch of water lying between the North and South islands of New Zealand?    Cook Straits
What is the name of the suit worn by judo players?    Judogi
What is the name of the table used as a measure of the hardness of materials?    Moh'S Scale
What is the name of the tall building constructed on top of a hill close to York's Castle Museum?    Clifford'S Tower
What is the name of the tall headwear supposedly worn by witches?    Steeple Hat
What is the name of the tallest man who ever lived?    Robert Wadlow
What is the name of the tallest of the Teletubbies?    Tinky Winky
What is the name of the thin-walled, air-filled sac found between the gut and the spine in bony fishes?    Swim Bladder
What is the name of the thoroughfare connecting Edinburgh Castle with Holyroodhouse?    Royal Mile
What is the name of the three supposedly bottomless pits at Oxe-le-Field near Darlington?    Hell'S Kettles
What is the name of the tube in the human body which supplies the brain with blood?    Carotid Artery
What is the name of the tv programme especially for deaf and hard of hearing viewers?    See Hear
What is the name of the two coloured oblong cake usually covered in almond paste?    Battenberg
What is the name of the type of suet pudding consisting of a plain mixture with raisins or currants?    Spotted Dick
What is the name of the unique 952 piece tableware set created by Josiah Wedgewood for the Russain queen Catherine The Great?    Frog Service
What is the name of the unit of visibility in mist or fog?    Haze Factor
What is the name of the Uranium  mining centre in the northwest of Northern Territory, Australia?    Rum Jungle
What is the name of the variety of black, hornless cattle native to Scotland?    Aberdeen Angus
What is the name of the well known riding track on the south side of Hyde Park?    Rotten Row
What is the name of the well known riding track on the south side of Hyde Park?    Rotten Row
What is the name of the well preserved ruins of a Roman port situated on the Mediterranean coast of Libya?    Leptis Magna
What is the name of the worlds deepest body of fresh water?    Lake Baikal
What is the name of the world's highest waterfall?    Angel Falls
What is the name of the world's most poisonous jelly fish?    Sea Wasp
What is the name of the worlds most poisonous toadstool?    Death Cap
What is the name of the world's oldest shipping journal, first published in 1741?    Lloyd'S List
What is the name of the yellow signal flown alone to inicate that a vessel is disese free?    Quarantine Flag
What is the name of the young girl who lives in a house named Wuthering Heights?    Catherine Earnshaw
What is the name of Weatherfield's fictional public house?    Rover'S Return
What is the navy expression for a facial adornment of beard, moustache and sideburns?    Full Set
What is the nickname of BMX rider Matt Hoffman?    Condor
What is the nickname of Boston's baseball team?    Red Sox
What is the nickname of Chicago's baseball team?    White Sox
What is the nickname of Delaware in the USA?    Diamond State
What is the nickname of Delaware?    First State
What is the nickname of former world darts champion Bob Anderson?    Limestone Cowboy
What is the nickname of Idaho?    Gem State
What is the nickname of Illinois?    Prairie State
What is the nickname of Iowa?    Hawkeye State
What is the nickname of Italian footballer Fabrizio Ravanelli?    White Feather
What is the nickname of Kansas?    Jayhawk State
What is the nickname of Louisiana?    Pelican State
What is the nickname of Montana?    Treasure State
What is the nickname of Nevada?    Silver State
What is the nickname of Ohio?    Buckeye State
What is the nickname of pro wrestler Steve Austin?    Stone Cold
What is the nickname of Tennessee?    Volunteer State
What is the nickname of the Scottish city of Edinburgh?    Auld Reekie
What is the nickname of the Scottish town of Aberdeen?    Granite City
What is the nickname of Toronto's baseball team?    Blue Jays
What is the nickname of Wyoming?    Equality State
What is the official emblem of socialism?    Red Flag
What is the official residence of the Lord Mayor of London?    Mansion House
What is the only animal other than humans that can catch leprosy?    Armadillo
What is the only breed of dog that can contract gout?    Dalmatian
What is the only English anagram of versatile?    Relatives
What is the popular name for the anaesthetic  phencyclidine , a depressant drug?    Angel Dust
What is the popular name for the fern Ophioglossum vulgatum  which is found in damp grassy areas in Britain?    Adder'S Tongue
What is the popular name of Pacific locomotive No.4472?    Flying Scotsman
What is the popular name of the book entitled Genealogical And Heraldic History Of The Peerage Baronetage And Knightage Of The United Kingdom?    Burke'S Peerage
What is the popular slang term for the alcoholic drink gin?    Mother'S Ruin
What is the present name of the country once known as Upper Volta?    Burkina Faso
What is the principal chemical element found in both burnt toast and diamonds?    Carbon
What is the principal type of acid you would find in vinegar?    Acetic
What is the principle religion of the USA    Roman Catholic
What is the RAF equivalent of a US Airforce captain?    Flight Lieutenant
What is the rather rude catchphrae of Jim Royle, played on tv by Ricky Tomlinson?    My Arse
What is the real name of film actor and director Mel Brooks?    Melvin Kaminsky
What is the real name of the husband of Anne Bancroft?    Melvin Kaminsky
What is the real name of the well known "blue" comedian Chubby Brown?    Royston Vasey
What is the science dealing with non carbon compounds and elements?    Inorganic Chemistry
What is the scientific name for the wolf?    Canis Lupus
What is the scientific name of the Whooper Swan?    Cygnus Cygnus
What is the scientific name of the wren?    Troglodytes Troglodytes
What is the Scottish equivalent of an English Mayor?    Lord Provost
What is the setting for much of the film 'Cinderella Man'?    Boxing Ring
What is the setting for the opera Porgy And Bess?    Catfish Row
What is the shortest target distance in club archery competitions?    30 Metres
What is the shortest verse in the bible?    Jesus Wept
What is the starting point of the annual Oxford & Cambridge boat race?    Putney Bridge
What is the state capital of Illinois?    Springfield
What is the state capital of New Mexico?    Santa Fe
What is the subject of the Channel 4 programme The Morning Line?    Horse Racing
What is the term in general use for a place of education receiving funding from the public purse?    Maintained Schools
What is the Tibetan translation of the English phrase "Oceans of Wisdom"?    Dalai Lama
What is the title of the film generally regarded as Orson Wells best work?     Citizen Kane
What is the title of the leader of Tibetan Buddhism?    Dalai Lama
What is the title of the magazine of the Jehovah's Witnesses?    Watch Tower
What is the title of the only nude painting by the celebrated artist Diego Velasquez?    Rokeby Venus
What is the title of the Scottish legal officer who performs the functions of a coroner?    Procurator Fiscal
What is the title of the third album by neoclassical band Elend?    Weeping Nights
What is the traditional nickname of Pennsylvania?    Keystone State
What is the ultimate objective of the bingo player?    Full House
What is the usual American name for a crotchet?    Quarter Note
What is the usual name given to Rapa Nui?    Easter Island
What is the world’s largest fish?    Whale shark
What is the world's most popular brand of sherry?    Bristol Cream
What is the Yiddish name for a hard glazed ring-shaped bread roll?    Bagel
What is traditionally distributed by the sovereign on the Thursday before Easter?    Maundy Money
What is used as the measurement for the quality of petrol?    Octane Rating
What is used as the topping on Manchester tart?    Cold Custard
What is used to indicate a beach that has passed the European standard of cleanliness?    Blue Flag
What is used to indicate a beach that has passed the European standard of cleanliness?    Blue flag
What is used to mark out the lines on Wimbledon's tennis courts?    Titanium Pigment
What is usually used to protect broken bones while they heal?    Plaster Cast
What is Western Europe's most populous country?    Germany
What is without doubt writer John Milton's most famous work?    Paradise Lost
What kind of animal is a Russian Blue?    A Domestic Cat.
What kind of business did Mr Cresswell run in the tv puppet show Chigley?    Biscuit Factory
What kind of business did Mr Cresswell run in the tv puppet show Chigley?    Biscuit Factory
What letter is between the "D" and the "G" on a conventional type writer or computer keyboard?    F
What lies south of Forties and north of Humber?    Dogger Bank
What male name was a hit for Sister Sledge in 1982?    Frankie
What male voice is between a Bass and a Tenor?    Baritone
What might a Frenchman wish you as you set out on a journey?    Bon Voyage
What more common name was given to the 1963 document entitled The Reshaping of British Railways?    Beeching Report
What must you do if possible when playing whist or bridge?    Follow Suit
What name did explorer Frank Hann give to the expanse of salt water he discovered in Australia in 1987?    Lake Dissapointment
What name did Robinson Crusoe give to his native companion?    Man Friday
What name did time travelling wizard Catweazle give to the telephone?    Telling Bone
What name do children usually give to Shrove Tuesday?    Pancake Day
What name is commonly given to the Boeing F/A-18E/F/G fighter aircraft?    Super Hornet
What name is commonly given to the Central Criminal Court?    Old Bailey
What name is give to food prepared for Jewish consumption    Kosher
What name is given to a 7-10 split in ten pin bowling?    Bedposts
What name is given to a barrel or box filled with sawdust and small prizes for which children search?    Lucky Dip
What name is given to a bunch of herbs used for flavouring?    Bouquet Garni
What name is given to a character in children's stories who brings unexpected help to the hero or heroine?    Fairy Godmother
What name is given to a circular biscuit with a jam filling?    Jammie Dodger
What name is given to a cocktail of Bailey's, Amaretto, Bacardi and cream?    Angel'S Wing
What name is given to a covered entrance to a church yard?    Lych Gate
What name is given to a criminal especially skilled at stealthy or undetected entry and theft from homes?    Cat Burglar
What name is given to a device used for detecting nuclear radiation and / or measuring its intensity?    Geiger Counter
What name is given to a dish of melted cheese on toast?    Welsh Rarebit Or Rabbit
What name is given to a dramatic representation of the suffering and crucifixion of Jesus Christ?    Passion Play
What name is given to a fairy with magical powers which inhabitats lakes or streams?    Water Nymph
What name is given to a feline animal living wild which has been separated from domestication either through abandonment or running away. The term also applies to descendants of these animals.    Feral Cat
What name is given to a flower bed that primarily contains perennials rather than annuals?    Herbaceous Border
What name is given to a group of geese?    Gaggle
What name is given to a group of MPs given the task of investigating a specific issue?    Select Committee
What name is given to a group of unofficial advisers to a political leader who are  considered more influential than the official advisors?    Kitchen Cabinet
What name is given to a hard boiled egg enclosed in sausage meat and fried?    Scotch Egg
What name is given to a highway constructed of logs or timber?    Corduroy Road
What name is given to a judo competitor?    Judoka
What name is given to a lively Scottish solo dance often to the accompaniment of bagpipes?    Highland Fling
What name is given to a mixed drink of Red Bull and the herbal liqueur Jagermeister?    Liquid Viagra
What name is given to a musical setting of St Luke's Song of Simeon?    Nunc Dimittis
What name is given to a narrow necked wine bottle often enclosed in a wicker basket?    Demi John
What name is given to a nerve cell that that transmits impulses from the central nervous system to an effector organ, and thereby causes a physiological response?    Motor Neurone
What name is given to a non-batsman sent in if a wicket falls just before close of play?    Night Watchman
What name is given to a padded envelope used to protect items sent throught the post?    Jiffy Bag
What name is given to a penal establishment where the inmates are trusted to serve their sentences and do not need to be locked up?    Open Prison
What name is given to a period when it is legal to hunt for various species of game?    Open Season
What name is given to a place of trial conducted outside of the legal system, where the principles of justice are discarded or perverted?    Kangaroo Court
What name is given to a reef knot with the ends crossed the wrong way making it liable to slip?    Granny Knot
What name is given to a sausage made of pigs blood and fat?    Black Pudding
What name is given to a sealed container containing comtemporary articles which is buried and intended to be found at some time in the future?    Time Capsule
What name is given to a shop which is allowed to sell alcohol during normal opening hours?    Off Licence
What name is given to a shopkeeper who sells articles in common everyday use?    General Dealer
What name is given to a short chopping blow delivered to the back of the neck or the base of the skull?    Rabbit Punch
What name is given to a small department within the government which gives in depth advice to the cabinet?    Think Tank
What name is given to a smoked herring from which the bones have been removed?    Kipper Fillet
What name is given to a sudden, unpredictable episode of overwhelming anxiety?    Panic Attack
What name is given to a sweet bread roll containing sultanas and candied peel with blobs of crunchy melted sugar on top?    Bath Bun
What name is given to a tall shed without walls which is used to store hay?    Dutch Barn
What name is given to a three sided figure with two equal sides and two equal internal angles?    Isoceles Triangle
What name is given to a trained medical practitioner who travels around a particular community giving care and treatment to people in their own homes?    District Nurse
What name is given to a two - wheeled horse - drawn carriage in which the driver's seat is outside behind the body, the reins passing over the hooded top?    Hansom Cab
What name is given to a working place in which all members of staff must be members of a union?    Closed Shop
What name is given to a young bird that hasn't yet acquired the feathers necessary for flight?    Fledge (A fledgling has recently acquired the feathers)
What name is given to a young eagle?    Eaglet
What name is given to a young male horse?    Colt
What name is given to an alloy of 85% iron and 15% chromium?    Stainless Steel
What name is given to an arch supporting a wall or other structure?    Flying Buttress
What name is given to an area designed for the protection of wildlife and its habitat?    Nature Reserve
What name is given to an area of land containing walls and ditches or other barriers to be surmounted, especially  by soldiers undergoing training    Obstacle Course
What name is given to an area of open land surrounding a town or city?    Green Belt
What name is given to an arrangement of the chemical elements where atoms with a similar electron pattern are grouped together?    Periodic Table
What name is given to an atmospheric disturbance that affects compass needles?    Magnetic Storm
What name is given to an elaborate ice cream sundae served in a tall glass?    Knickerbocker Glory
What name is given to an imaginary place in which people can be remote from the realities of everyday life?    Ivory Tower
What name is given to an intermediate storey in a building?    Mezzanine Floor
What name is given to an international game of cricket lasting 5 days?    Test Match
What name is given to an irresistible compulsion to steal?    Kleptomania
What name is given to an obsessive preoccupation with ones own health?    Hypochondria
What name is given to any drink produced from fermented grapes considered suitable for drinking with a meal?    Table Wine
What name is given to any plant of the passiflora genus?    Passion Flower
What name is given to any small shark of the Squalidae family?    Dog Fish
What name is given to competitors of the highest rank in Sumo?    Yokozuna
What name is given to densely wooded tropical regions with an annual precipitation of at least 100 inches?    Rain Forest
What name is given to energetic electro-magnetic radiation of short wavelength?    Gamma Rays
What name is given to humps in the road designed to reduce the speed of traffic?    Sleeping Policemen
What name is given to instruction in physical exercises, designed to keep one's body healthy and supple ?    Keep Fit
What name is given to long sideburns which become wider down the face?    Mutton Chops
What name is given to potato which has been diced and then fried as a pattie until crisp?    Hash Browns
What name is given to radio frequencies between 153 and 279 kilohertz?    Long Wave
What name is given to rows of small white fleecy clouds with the appearance of the pattern on the back of a certain fish?    Mackerel Sky
What name is given to the 26th day of the Christian period of Lent?    Mothering Sunday
What name is given to the 4000 or so minor planets which orbit the sun between Mars and Jupiter?    Asteroid Belt
What name is given to the act of making stock market transactions  with the knowledge of nonpublic information about corporate activity?    Insider Trading
What name is given to the action of winning every trick in a hand of bridge?    Grand Slam
What name is given to the air currents which blow continually towards the equator from both north and south?    Trade Winds
What name is given to the annual American football game between the Washington State University and the University of Washington?    Apple Cup
What name is given to the annual race for single oarsmen at the Henley Regatta?    Diamond Sculls
What name is given to the area of Blackpool promenade where most of the amusement arcades are situated?    Golden Mile
What name is given to the area of high moors and dales lying mainly in Derbyshire?    Peak District
What name is given to the area of north central Spain including the provinces of Vizcaya and Alava?    Basque Region
What name is given to the area of Staffordshire which includes the towns of Burslem, Hanley and Stoke on Trent?    The Potteries
What name is given to the area of Staffordshire which includes the towns of Burslem, Hanley and Stoke on Trent?    The Potteries
What name is given to the area on which a fencing contest takes place?    Piste
What name is given to the areas of ocean close to 50 degrees south which are noted for gale force winds?    Roaring Forties
What name is given to the attempt to murder members of parliament in 1605?    Gunpowder Plot
What name is given to the bones which make up the spinal column in your body?    Vertebrae
What name is given to the classification of towns according to size?    Urban Heirarchy
What name is given to the colours red, yellow and blue    Primary
What name is given to the constitutional upheaval of the period 16 November 1936 to 10 December 1936, brought about by Edward VIII’s decision to marry Wallis Simpson?    Abdication Crisis
What name is given to the course of study undertaken by any prospective London taxi driver?    The Knowledge
What name is given to the crew member in rowing whose job is to steer the boat?    Coxswain
What name is given to the crudest form of smelted iron?    Pig Iron
What name is given to the digestive fluids produced by the stomach?    Gastric Juices
What name is given to the divisions of play in netball?    Quarters
What name is given to the drink consisting of a mixture of advocaat and lemonade?    Snowball
What name is given to the Eastern art of arranging your furniture which is supposed to improve your lifestyle?    Feng Shui
What name is given to the effect caused by the explosion of an atomic bomb?    Mushroom Cloud
What name is given to the external wall finishing of small stones in plaster?    Pebble Dashing
What name is given to the extra court markings used in tennis doubles but not in singles?    Tram Lines
What name is given to the famous speech made by Abraham Licoln on November 19th, 1863?    Gettysburg Address
What name is given to the fast electrons emitted during  radioactive change of a substance?    Beta Particles
What name is given to the festival marking the Jewish New Year?    Rosh Hashanah
What name is given to the financial assistance given to those on low income who would otherwise be unable to afford representation in a court of law?    Legal Aid
What name is given to the first 39 books of Hebrew scripture?    Old Testament
What name is given to the first crude product of a blast furnace?    Pig Iron
What name is given to the formal presentation of a bill to parliament?    First Reading
What name is given to the four molars located at the back of your mouth?    Wisdom Teeth
What name is given to the fruit which is a hybrid of a peach and a plum?    Nectarine
What name is given to the game of bowls when played on a perfectly level rink?    Flat Green
What name is given to the geological fault running across the entire width of the Scottish Highlands?    Great Glen
What name is given to the group of islands including Key Largo and Key West?    Florida Keys
What name is given to the group of stained glass windows in the north transept of York Minster?    Five Sisters
What name is given to the highest level of professional cricket?    First Class
What name is given to the hour of the day at which public houses can legally begin selling alcoholic drinks?    Opening Time
What name is given to the illegal drink made by leaving cannabis leaves to soak in alcohol?    Green Dragon
What name is given to the incident in which  William of Orange replaced James II as King of England?    Glorious Revolution
What name is given to the injury suffered by children where one side of a bone is broken and the other side bent?    Greenstick Fracture
What name is given to the inlet of the Irish Sea between Cumbria and Dumfries & Galloway?    Solway Firth
What name is given to the inner membrane of the body's aural organs?    Ear Drum
What name is given to the insect of the genus piophila whose larva lives in fermented liquours?    Wine Fly
What name is given to the leading male role in a pantomime, usually played by a woman?    Principal Boy
What name is given to the legless lizard of Europe which has a snake like appearance?    Slow Worm
What name is given to the lighting device consisting of a candlestick equipped with a glass chimney to protect the flame ?    Hurricane Lamp
What name is given to the limestone cave on the South Devon coast which was used by stone age hunters?    Kent'S Cavern
What name is given to the line forming the state boundary between Pennsylvania and Maryland?    Mason Dixon
What name is given to the liquid surrounding an unborn foetus?    Amniotic Fluid
What name is given to the main brick in an arch?    Keystone
What name is given to the mat used in judo?    Tatami
What name is given to the medical  condition in which a portion of the stomach is displaced through the opening in the diaphragm?    Hiatus Hernia
What name is given to the most southerly point of the English mainland?    Lizard Point
What name is given to the North American burrowing rodents which live in large underground communities?    Prairie Dog
What name is given to the paper targets used in Field Archery?    Butts
What name is given to the part of the earth within the polar circles?    Frigid Zone
What name is given to the part of the human body containing the heart and lungs, and protected by the rib cage, which is between the head and abdomen?    Thorax
What name is given to the period from 2000 BC until 500 BC?    Bronze Age
What name is given to the period, usually during the hot summer months, when journalists fill space reporting on frivolous events and activities?    Silly Season
What name is given to the phenomenon which causes a liquid to rise independantly through a substance? (e.g. tea through a sugar cube )    Capillary Action
What name is given to the phenomenon which makes noises coming towards you appear to be a higher pitch than those travelling away from you (e.g. a racing car)    Doppler Effect
What name is given to the point from which all distances to London are measured?    Charing Cross
What name is given to the point from which ministers and leading opposition front bench members speak in the house of Commons?    Dispatch Box
What name is given to the primary cooking oil used in tropical island countries such as the Philippines?    Coconut Butter
What name is given to the principal law officer of the crown in Scotland?    Lord Advocate
What name is given to the process by which minerals are extracted from the earth's surface?    Opencast Mining
What name is given to the process of applying a varnish to the surface of a material, most commonly wood, as both a decorative and protective finish?    Lacquer Work
What name is given to the region of Europe that comprises of Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg?    Low Countries (Benelux is an economic union of the three countries)
What name is given to the region of the Himalayas lying in the northeast of Afghanistan?    Hindu Kush
What name is given to the rich cod fishing area to the southeast of Newfoundland?    Grand Banks
What name is given to the rower who sets the speed at which the crew operate?    Stroke
What name is given to the schemes run by local people to help police combat crime in their area?    Neighbourhood Watch
What name is given to the scientific apparatus that detects high-energy particles passing through a supersaturated vapor?    Cloud Chamber
What name is given to the Scottish soup of potato, onion and smoked haddock?    Cullen Skink
What name is given to the section af Africa's major river between  Malakal and Khartoum?    White Nile
What name is given to the series of books written by Sir Walter Scott from 1814-1831?    Waverley Novels
What name is given to the series of European military conflicts which occurred between 1803-1815?    Napoleonic Wars
What name is given to the series of shallow lakes formed from flooded peat diggings in East Anglia?    Norfolk Broads
What name is given to the shrunken remains of a star that has exhausted its internal energy supply?    White Dwarf
What name is given to the small leaping rodent of Australian desert areas?    Kangaroo Mouse
What name is given to the small spiny burrowing lizard inhabiting desert regions of America?    Horned Toad
What name is given to the Small-scale professional theatres in New York City that specialize in noncommercial and experimental productions    Off Broadway
What name is given to the solution swallowed by a patient before X-ray photographs are taken, to make the stomach and intestines visible?    Barium Meal
What name is given to the spiritual head of the Ismaili Muslim sect?    Aga Khan
What name is given to the sport of hurling when played by women?    Camogie
What name is given to the starting point in the game croquet?    South Stake
What name is given to the study of birds?    Ornithology
What name is given to the study of celestial objects by analysing the sounds emitted from them?    Radio Astronomy
What name is given to the supernova first recorded by Chinese astronomers in 1054AD?    Crab Nebula
What name is given to the target area in curling?    House
What name is given to the team of opposition MPs who occupy the front bench and are given portfolios correponding to their opposite number in the government?    Shadow Cabinet
What name is given to the technique of unpowered flying using air currents, perfected by US engineer Francis Rogallo in the 1970s.    Hang Gliding
What name is given to the ten foundation subjects which must be taught to all school children?    National Curriculum
What name is given to the time of year when it is illegal to hunt certain game or fish?    Close Season
What name is given to the time that elapses between becoming infected and showing symptoms of a disease?    Incubation Period
What name is given to the traditional foods eaten by Australian aboriginals?    Bush Tucker
What name is given to the tube through which food enters and leaves the human body?    Alimentary Canal
What name is given to the usually secret location from where military manoevres are conducted?    Operations Room
What name is given to the vernal equinox which falls on 25th March annually?    Lady Day
What name is given to the young of the crane fly?    Leather Jacket
What name is given to three consecutive strikes in 10 pin bowling?    Turkey
What name is often used for custard on menus in French restaurants?    Sauce Anglais
What name is shared by an actor from Casualty and a Middlesbrough born horse racing journalist?    Derek Thompson
What name is shared by towns in Illinois, Nebraska and Wisconsin?    Wood River
What name is sometimes given to the holiday area around Torquay on the south coast?    English Riviera
What name is usually given to the American B-2?    Stealth Bomber
What name is usually given to the date of 24th June?    Midsummer Day
What name is usually given to the part of Middlesbrough including the Cleveland hotel and the surrounding area?    Linthorpe Village
What name is usually given to the piece of medical equipment used to provide dialysis?    Kidney Machine
What name taken from the Italian meaning “onion flavoured” is given to a small sausage in a narrow casing?    Chipolata
What name taken from the Italian meaning “onion flavoured” is given to a small sausage in a narrow casing?    Chipolata
What name was adopted by Cassius Marcellus Clay in 1964?    Muhammad Ali
What name was given to a settlement established to receive transported convicts and built in part by convict labour?    Penal Colony
What name was given to a street musician often assisted by a monkey?    Organ Grinder
What name was given to places such as Telford and Milton Keynes which were established to cope with the population overspill from large cities?    New Towns
What name was given to small pieces of coal which were sold at a lower price than top grade coal?    Nutty Slack
What name was given to the 12 stone memorials erected by King Edward I of England in memory of his wife?    Eleanor Crosses
What name was given to the 1941 act of Congress allowing the USA to provide Britain with weapons during world war II?    Lend Lease
What name was given to the 1963 political scandal involving Christine Keeler?    Profumo Affair
What name was given to the 60 men who voted for the execution of Charles I?    Rump Parliament
What name was given to the ancient Greek festival in honour of the sun god Apollo, celebrated near Delphi every four years?    Pythian Games
What name was given to the ancient preserved body discovered in a bog in Cheshire in 1984?    Lindow Man
What name was given to the annual donations once made by English householders to the Pope?    Peter'S Pence
What name was given to the area between Wolverhampton and Birmingham because of the amount of smoke coming from factory chimneys?    Black Country
What name was given to the body of troops established as the imperial bodyguard of ancient Rome in 27  BC  by Augustus?    Praetorian Guard
What name was given to the British soldiers who survived the retreat from Mons in 1914?    Old Contemptibles
What name was given to the confederation of northern European trading cities from the 12th century to 1669?    Hanseatic League
What name was given to the crimes for which Ian Brady was sentenced to life imprisonment?    Moors Murders
What name was given to the disastrous attempts by allied troops to force their way through the Dardanelles in World War I?    Gallipoli Landings
What name was given to the fairly substantial meal served in the late afternoon or early evening?    High Tea
What name was given to the forcible removal of people from their crofts in Scotland during the 19th century?    Highland Clearances
What name was given to the form of beubonic plague which killed over 50 million people in the 14th century?    Black Death
What name was given to the friendly agreement made between Britain and France in 1904?    Entente Cordiale
What name was given to the government investigation into the Matrix Churchill affair of 1993?    Scott Inquiry
What name was given to the group of "killers for hire" run by Albert Anastacia in 1930s New York?    Murder Incorporated
What name was given to the group of people jailed for life in 1975 after being convicted of pub bombings, but released in 1989 after their convictions were quashed?    Guildford Four
What name was given to the honours awarded by Harold Wilson at the dissolution of parliament in 1976?    Lavender List
What name was given to the Local Defence Volunteers in 1940 on the suggestion of Winston Churchill?    Home Guard
What name was given to the London Underground crash in which 35 people were killed in 1975?    Moorgate Disaster
What name was given to the mass migration of Boers in Southern Africa who wanted to escape British rule?    Great Trek
What name was given to the material consisting of copper coated with a thin layer of silver which was used to produce cheap silver dishes and pots from 1742?    Sheffield Plate
What name was given to the metal stand once used to hold cannon balls aboard war ships in medieval times?    Brass Monkey
What name was given to the military operation during the Vietnam War in which US planes seeded clouds causing heavy rainfall in an attempt to flood the Viet Cong supply routes?    Project Popeye
What name was given to the North African area of the Mediterranean Sea frequented by pirates until the early 19th century?    Barbary Coast
What name was given to the political uprising that took place in China in the year 1900?    Boxer Rebellion
What name was given to the pyramid shaped mounds of reinforced concrete used during World War II to impede the movement of tanks?    Dragon'S Teeth
What name was given to the rural areas of Cambodia where thousends of opponents of Pol Pot were murdered and then buried?    Killing Fields
What name was given to the Scottish fortified building comprising a main tower surrounded by an enclosure for livestock?    Peel Tower
What name was given to the series of religious revivals that swept over the American colonies about the middle of the 18th cenuryt?    Great Awakening
What name was given to the stock market crash which occurred in October of 1987?    Black Monday
What name was given to the two massive artificial berths for large ships constructed in Britain during World War II?    Mulberry Harbours
What name was given to the weekly Victorian magazines containing gruesome stories about characters such as Dick Turpin and Sweeney Todd?    Penny Dreadfuls
What name was given to the young men who were chosen by ballot to work in Britain's coal mines during the war rather than serve in the armed forces?    Bevin Boys
What named is given to the armed insurrection which took place in Dublin in 1916?    Easter Rising
What nationality was gymnast Nellie Kim?    Russian
What nationality was Rudy Hartono, who in 1976 won the All-England badminton championship for a record eighth time?    Indonesian
What nationality was speedway champion Bruce Penhall?    American
What new name was adopted by the island of Ceylon in 1972?    Sri Lanka
What nickname did Henry VIII give to his fourth wife Anne of Cleves?    Flanders Mare
What nickname do British Navy personnel give to dark rum?    Nelson'S Blood
What nickname do the citizens of Florida give to their electric chair?    Old Sparky
What nickname is often given to Shakespeare's Macbeth?    Scottish Play
What nickname is oten applied the flag of the USA?    Old Glory
What nickname was given to British soldier and prime minister Arthur Wellesley?    Iron Duke
What nickname was given to Glaswegian dart player Jamie Harvey?    Bravedart
What nickname was given to the 19th century engineer George Hudson?    Railway King
What nickname was given to the American Volunteer Group in World War II, a group of US pilots recruited to fight in China by Maj - Gen  Chennault?    Flying Tigers
What nickname was given to the British forces under the command of Field Marshal Montgomery?    Desert Rats
What nickname was given to the de Havilland Mosquito aircraft?    Wooden Wonder
What nickname was given to the early Ford Model T automobile?    Tin Lizzie
What nickname was given to the man who ruled England from 1760 - 1820?    Farmer George
What nickname was given to the pioneering aviator Charles Lindbergh?    Lone Eagle
What nickname was given to the pioneering aviator Charles Lindbergh?    Lone Eagle
What nickname was given to world champion boxer Muhammad Ali?    Louisville Lip
What occupation was followed by Dick Van Dyke's character in the film Mary Poppins?    Chimney Sweep
What occupation was followed by Shakespeare's Francis Flute?    Bellows Mender
What on a map denotes a golf course    Flag
What on a sailing vessel are the spinnaker and jib?    Sails
What on aircraft are known as Blue Rooms?    Toilets.
What operational name was given to the intensive bombing campaign adopted by the USA in 1972 during the Vietnam War?    Rolling Thunder
What orbits in between Mars and Jupiter?    The Asteroids
What original name did Captain Cook give to the place which eventually became known as Botany Bay?    Stingray Harbour
What original name did Captain Cook give to the place which eventually became known as Botany Bay?    Stingray Harbour
What original name did Captain Cook give to the place which eventually became known as Botany Bay?    Stingray Harbour
What part of a dogs body can be described as butterfly, cherry or dudley?    Nose
What popular name is given to the 5 day military altercation between el Salvador and Honduras in 1969?    Football War
What popular name is given to the army fire appliances used during times of emergency?    Green Goddess
What position in public life is currently held by Michael Martin?    Speaker Of The House Of Commons
What position was held by the character Oberon in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Nights Dream?    Fairy King
What precisley is measured by an instrument known as a twaddle?    Specific Gravity
What proverbially "has his day"?    Every Dog
What proverbially accompanies cold hands?    Warm Heart
What proverbially always comes back?    Bad Penny
What proverbially are said to "run deep"?    Still Waters
What proverbially are said to be better than one?    Two Heads
What proverbially are you given to hang yourself?    Enough Rope
What proverbially can you not judge a book by?    Its Cover
What proverbially catches the worm?    Early Bird
What proverbially come before dawn?    Darkest Hours
What proverbially comes before "twice shy"?    Once Bitten
What proverbially comes to those who wait?    All Things
What proverbially consists of three hot days and a thunderstorm?    English Summer
What proverbially do birds of a feather do?    Flock Together
What proverbially do desperate diseases require?    Desperate Remedies
What proverbially do not make a right?    Two Wrongs
What proverbially do rats desert?    Sinking Ship
What proverbially do you not keep a dog and do?    Bark Yourself
What proverbially does not make a summer?    One Swallow
What proverbially has a silver lining?    Every Cloud
What proverbially is an Englishman's home?    His Castle
What proverbially is good news?    No News
What proverbially is it that knows its own father?    Wise Child
What proverbially is more preferable than a bad tenant?    Empty House
What proverbially is natures first law?    Self Preservation
What proverbially is never done?    Woman'S Work
What proverbially is no robbery?    Fair Exchange
What proverbially is the result of more haste?    Less Speed
What proverbially keeps the doctor away if eaten daily?    An Apple
What proverbially loves his own bray?    Every Ass
What proverbially make light work?    Many Hands
What proverbially make the most noise?    Empty Vessels
What proverbially may neccessity and opportunity make?    Coward Valiant
What proverbially needs no accuser?    Guilty Conscience
What proverbially needs no bush?    Good Wine
What proverbially never boils?    Watched Pot
What proverbially never won a fair lady?    Faint Heart
What proverbially should you do while the sun shines?    Make Hay
What proverbially should you not try to teach your grandmother to do?    Suck Eggs
What proverbially tell no tales?    Dead Men
What proverbially travels fast?    Bad News
What proverbially will not fit into a round hole?    Square Peg
What proverbially will people do anything for?    Quiet Life
What proverbially, is beauty said to be?    Skin Deep
What replaced the Old Archery Ground in 1903?    Ayresome Park
What rises in County Cavan and flows 240 miles to the Atlantic?    River Shannon
What river runs through Cambridge?    Cam
What significant event took place on 20th July, 1969?    First Man On The Moon
What soap was recommended if you had BO    Lifebouy
What sort of organism is yeast?    Fungus
What states that  "every employee tends to rise to his own level of incompetence"?    Peter Principle
What states that a body displaces its own weight when immersed in a liquid?    Archimedes Principle
What states that the electric current passing through a conductor is directly proportional to the potential difference across it?    Ohm'S Law
What states that work expands to fill the time available for it?    Parkinson'S Law
What stretches for over 1,200 miles off the northeast coast of Australia?    Great Barrier Reef
What takes place at Cooper's Hill in Gloucestershire every spring bank holiday?    Cheese Rolling
What takes place at Watkin's Glen in the USA?    Motor Racing
What takes place on the Esplanade during the Edinburgh Festival?    Military Tattoo
What term describes a person who is an outsider or disowned by his family?    Black Sheep
What term describes any computer software that allows developers to create multimedia presentations or World Wide Web pages?    Authoring Tool
What term is sometimes used to describe the occupation of gardening?    Adam'S Profession
What term is used by opticians to describe normal vision?    Twenty Twenty
What term is used in the Royal Navy to describe any tinned meat?    Admiralty Ham
What term is used to mean a convincing demonstration of a particular principle?    Object Lesson
What title is given to the wife of an Earl?    Countess
What title is given to the wife of an Earl?    Countess
What title was conferred upom her husband by Queen Victoria in 1857?    Prince Consort
What title was conferreded upon Princess Anne in 1987?    Princess Royal
What title was given to  Eugène , son of Emperor Napoleon III of France?    Prince Imperial
What title was held by Oliver Cromwell and his son Richard?    Lord Protector
What title was held on three occasions in London by Dick Whittington?    Lord Mayor
What took place on 14th Nov 1973, 29th July 1981 and 23rd July 1986?    Royal Weddings
What two colours are on the UN flag?    Blue White
What type of acid is found in bee stings and nettle stings?    Formic
What type of animal is a muntjac?    It Is A Small Deer
What type of animal was Hodori, the official mascot of the Seoul Olympics?    Tiger
What type of business does Ace Rothstein (Robert de Niro) run in Tangiers?    Casino
What type of creature is a coney?    Rabbit
What type of creature is a krait?    Snake
What type of creature is a painted lady?    Butterfly
What type of creature is Nemo in the 2003 animated film Finding Nemo?    Clown Fish
What type of dance is also the collective noun for a group of rattlesnakes?    Rumba
What type of entertainment was used as the setting for the 1932 film 'Freaks'?    Circus
What type of farm animal can be referred to as a bellwether?    Sheep
What type of food is the Italian ricotta?    Cheese
What type of footwear was associated with so called skinheads?    Doc Martens
What type of perception is indicated by the letters ESP?    Extra Sensory
What type of poll was pioneered by George Horace Gallup?    Public Opinion
What type of power is created by rotating a loop of wire inside a magnetic field?    Alternating Current
What type of practice did ? run on television?    Very Peculiar
What type of reaction occurs without due consideration of the circumstances?    Knee Jerk
What type of wild creature is a macaque?    Monkey
What unflattering nickname was given to Labour politician Neil Kinnock?    Welsh Windbag
What usual name is given to a woman stationed outside a school to help schoolchildren cross the road?    Lollipop Lady
What was abolished by the 13th amendment to the US Constitution in 1865?    Slavery
What was abolished in Britain in 1965?    Capital Punishment
What was abolished throughout the British Empire in 1833?    Slave Trade
What was advertised using the slogan "Forces grey out, forces white in"?    Fairy Snow
What was assembled in 1640 and dissolved in 1660?    Long Parliament
What was attacked without warning on December 7th 1941?    Pearl Harbour
What was badly damaged by The Ovenburg in 1924?    Saltburn Pier
What was built across the Colorado River between 1931-1936?    Hoover Dam
What was carried out for the first time in a Capetown hospital in 1967?    Heart Transplant
What was celebrated by Queen Elizabeth II in 2002?    Golden Jubilee
What was constructed for the Great Exhibition of 1851?    Crystal Palace
What was constructed in the 1950s to impound the waters of the Zambesi River?    Kariba Dam
What was created and introduced by Rowland Hill in 1840?    Penny Post
What was created by Ruth Handler in 1959 and named after her daughter?    Barbie Doll
What was created by the Lateran Treaty of 1929?    Vatican City
What was created in 1964 by a merger of the War Office, The Admiralty and the Air Ministry?    Ministry Of Defence
What was designed by David Marks and Julia Barfield in 1999?    London Eye
What was designed by David Marks and Julia Barfield in 1999?    London Eye
What was designed by the French engineer Ferdinand de Lesseps and opened in 1869?    Suez Canal
What was developed in the 1970s under a joint venture by the companies Philips and Sony?    Compact Disc
What was Dick Turpins apprentice trade before he became a highwayman?    Butcher
What was Dickie Valentine's first solo number 1 hit?    Christmas Alphabet
What was Elton John doing “while the other kids were rocking round the block”?    The Crocodile Rock
What was Elton John doing “while the other kids were rocking round the block”?    The Crocodile Rock
What was Elvis Presley's first job after leaving school?    Truck Driver
What was erected in 1828 at the entrance to Buckingham Palace?    Marble Arch
What was erected in 1828 at the entrance to Buckingham Palace?    Marble Arch
What was erected in 1828 at the entrance to Buckingham Palace?    Marble Arch
What was first awarded in Sweden in 1901?    Nobel Prize
What was first crystallised from lemon juice by the Swedish chemist Carl Scheele?    Citric Acid
What was first introduced as a means of paying for the Napoleonic Wars?    Income Tax
What was first published in Edinburgh in 1871 but has been published in the USA since 1929?    Encyclopaedia Brittanica
What was formally adopted by Britain on 24th May 1965?    Metric System
What was formed in 1971 as the National Breakdown Recovery Club and became known by its present name in 1994?    Green Flag
What was formed in 1971 by a merger of BOAC and BEA?    British Airways
What was founded at a meeting in London on 27th February 1900?    Labour Party
What was founded at Oxford in 1340 and at Cambridge in 1448?    Queens' College
What was founded by Brother Walfrid in 1888 as a means of raising funds for an impoverished Irish comminity in Scotland?    Glasgow Celtic
What was founded by De Witt Wallace in February 1922?    Readers Digest
What was founded in 27BC and ended in 476AD?    Roman Empire
What was founded in June of 1859?    Liberal Party
What was founded in London in 1828 by the two archbishops and thirty bishops of the Church of England?    King'S College
What was founded in Woolwich, London in 1716?    Royal Artillery
What was imposed in medieval times according to the amount of fenestration on a building?    Window Tax
What was imposed upon Northern Ireland in 1972?    Direct Rule
What was infamously attacked on December 7th 1941?    Pearl Harbour
What was introduced in Scotland in 1989 and in England and Wales in 1990?    Community Charge
What was introduced to the fashion industry by Christian Dior in 1947?    New Look
What was invented by a French chemist names Georges Claude in 1819?    Neon Light
What was invented by Benjamin Franklin in 1752?    Lightning Conductor
What was invented by English bookseller Richard Carlisle in th 1880s>    Vending Machine
What was invented by Scott Abbott and Chris Hainey in 1979?    Trivial Pursuit
What was invented by the American Edwin Land in 1947?    Polaroid Camera
What was invented by the American James Ritty in November 1879?    Cash Register
What was invented by the Scottish vet John Boyd Dunlop in 1888    Pneumatic Tyres
What was invented by the Whitby whaler and Arctic explorer William Scoresby?    Crow'S Nest
What was invented in 1830 by Edward Beard Budding, an engineer from Stroud?    Lawn Mower
What was invented in 1876 by the American Melville Bissell?    Carpet Sweeper
What was Margaret Thatchers maiden name?    Roberts
What was Marie Osmond's only solo hit?    Paper Roses
What was Marilyn Monroes original name?    Norma Jean Baker
What was moved from a London wharf to a new building on the Isle of Dogs in 1982?    Billingsgate Market
What was moved from its original location to Nine Elms in 1974?    Covent Garden
What was named after a parliamentary commissioner in 1859?    Big Ben
What was named after an Australian gardener who died in 1870?    Granny Smith
What was officially opened by H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and Francois Mitterand today in 1994?    Channel Tunnel
What was opened officially on May 6th 1994?    Channel Tunnel
What was originally known as Daltonism, after Joh Dalton, the first man to recognise it?    Colour Blindness
What was patented on August 19th 1856 by Gail Borden of New York?    Condensed Milk
What was Prince Charming attempting to return to its rightful owner?    Glass Slipper
What was produced by Elsmore & Foster, Burgess & Leigh and Brown & Steventon?    Staffordshire Pottery
What was replaced by Heathrow in 1946?    Croydon Airport
What was replaced by Income Support in 1988?    Supplementary Benefit
What was replaced by VAT in 1973?    Purchase Tax
What was replaced in 1986 by inheritance tax?    Death Duty
What was rung in Lloyds of London to signify the announcement of important news?    Lutine Bell
What was signed at Runnymede in 1215?    Magna Carta
What was signed by Hitler, Chamberlain, Mussolini and Daladier?    Munich Pact
What was the 1849 invention of the American Walter Hunt?    Safety Pin
What was the 1888 invention of Martin Stone which is used by millions of suckers every day?    Drinking Straw
What was the 1941 invention of a man called Goodhue?    Aerosol Spray
What was the administrative capital of the Philippines from 1948-1976?    Quezon City
What was the alternative name of the great auk.The bird which became extinct in 1844?    Atlantic Penguin
What was the American prospectors term for soil containing gold?    Pay Dirt
What was the American prospectors term for soil containing gold?    Pay Dirt
What was the American prospectors term for soil containing gold?    Pay Dirt
What was the botanical emblem of King Henry VII of England?    Tudor Rose
What was the call sign of Kris Kristofferson in the film Convoy?    Rubber Duck
What was the call sign of police inspector Jean D'Arblay?    Juliet Bravo
What was the Christmas number 1 of 19    Mister Blobby
What was the code name of the allied invasion of Normandy?    Operation Overlord
What was the codename of the dambusting raids led by Guy Gibson in World War II?    Operation Chastise
What was the codename of the US invasion of Grenada?    Urgent Fury
What was the end product of the Manhattan Project?    Atomic Bomb
What was the facial hallmark of the silent movie actor, Ben Turpin?    Cross-eyes
What was the favourite drink of Enid Blyton's Famous Five?    Ginger Beer
What was the fictional home of all the animated characters in the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit?    Toon Town
What was the forerunner of Supplementary Benefit?    National Assistance
What was the former name for the Union Territory of  Goa , and  Daman and Diu?    Potuguese India
What was the former name of Nethaja Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport?    Dum Dum
What was the former name of the African country of Ghana?    Gold Coast
What was the former name of the American group who had a 1987 number 1 hit with Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now?    Jefferson Starship
What was the former name of the country Burkina Faso?    Upper Volta
What was the former name of the country now called Zimbabwe?    Southern Rhodesia
What was the former name of the organisation now named Corus?    British Steel
What was the former name of the region now called Bangladesh?    East Pakistan
What was the full name of the Dickensian character known as "Pip"?    Philip Pirrip
What was the home of the Gods in Greek mythology?    Mount Olympus
What was the ingenious invention of Edward Bevan which he patented in 1769?    Venetian Blind
What was the intended destination of the group including Peter Gurney and Dan'l Widden?    Widdecombe Fair
What was the invention of the American Carlton C. Magee?    Parking Meter
What was the invention of the Scotsman Hubert Cecil Booth?    Vacuum Cleaner
What was the last number 1 hit for the Kinks?    Sunny Afternoon
What was the location for the film '12 Angry Men'?    Courtroom
What was the maiden name of the creator of Baron Frankenstein?    Mary Wollstonecraft
What was the major venue for chariot racing in ancient Rome?    Circus Maximus
What was the name given to the safety recommendations made after the inquiry into the Hillsborough disaster?    Taylor Report
What was the name of Christopher Columbus's flagship on his 1492 voyage of discovery?    Santa Maria
What was the name of Davy Crockett's trusty rifle?    Old Betsy
What was the name of Dick Van Dyke's girlfriend, played by Sally Ann Howes in the film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang?    Truly Scrumptious
What was the name of Frankie Valli's backing group?    Four Seasons
What was the name of highwayman Dick Turpin's horse?    Black Bess
What was the name of Homer Simpson's ten pin bowling team?    Pin Pals
What was the name of James Bond's older brother    Henry
What was the name of Jed Clampett's daughter in the tv comedy series The Beverly Hillbillies?    Ellie May
What was the name of Lady Chatterley's lover?    Oliver Mellors
What was the name of Liz Hurley's character in the first Austin Powers film?    Vanessa Kensington
What was the name of Long John Silver's parrot in Treasure Island?    Captain Flint
What was the name of Marlon Brando's character is A Streetcar Named Desire?    Stanley Kowalski
What was the name of Nerys Hughes' character in the tv show The District Nurse?    Megan Roach
What was the name of Rupert Rigsby's female resident in the classic tv comedy Rising Damp?    Ruth Jones
What was the name of singer Steve Harley's backing group?    Cockney Rebel
What was the name of singing cowboy Gene Autrey's horse?    Champion
What was the name of the ancient 4000 mile long trade route from China to the Mediterranean Sea followed by Marco Polo on his journey to Cathay?    Silk Road
What was the name of the antique dealer played by Windsor Davies in Never The Twain?    Oliver Smallbridge
What was the name of the brutal slave master in the novel Uncle Tom's Cabin?    Simon Legree
What was the name of the central female character in the tv show Butterflies?    Ria Parkinson
What was the name of the craft in which John Glenn first orbited the Earth in 1962?    Friendship Seven
What was the name of the cult headed by notoripus murderer Charles Manson?    Helter Skelter
What was the name of the detective agency in the tv series Moonlighting?    Blue Moon
What was the name of the dog that befriended Kevin Costner in `Dances With Wolves`?    Two Socks
What was the name of the Downing Street cat Tony Blair inherited from John Major?    Humphrey
What was the name of the early computer video game in which the object was to demolish a wall of bricks by bouncicg a ball against them?    Break Out
What was the name of the famous British dance troupe renowned for their high kicking routines?    Tiller Girls
What was the name of the first British female astronaut?    Helen Sharman
What was the name of the first electric battery?    Voltaic Pile
What was the name of the first engine to travel on the Stockton - Darlington railway line?    Locomotion No1
What was the name of the flagship of Lord Howard in the naval battle against the Spanish Armada?    Ark Royal
What was the name of the founder of the Buddhist religion?    Siddhartha Gautama
What was the name of the fowl foul in the animated film The Wrong Trousers?    Feathers Mcgraw
What was the name of the gangster played by James Cagney in The Public Enemy?    Tom Powers
What was the name of the group formed by ex sex pistol John Lydon in 1978?    Public Image
What was the name of the Hunchback of Notre Dame?    Quasimodo
What was the name of the 'Hunchback of Notre Dame'?    Quasimodo
What was the name of the insurance clerk who was the main character in the film Double Indemnity?    Walter Neff
What was the name of the inventor played by Benny Hill in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang?    Caractacus Potts
What was the name of the jazz band of the 1980s and 1990s featuring Miles Davis and Wayne Shorter?    Weather Report
What was the name of the king in the film The King and I?    Mong Kut
What was the name of the lake district home of poet William Wordsworth?    Dove Cottage
What was the name of the main entrance to the Tower of London from the river Thames?    Traitors Gate
What was the name of the male half of The Eurythmics?    Dave Stewart
What was the name of the monkey in the TV show Pipkins?    Topov
What was the name of the motor mechanic played by Gordon Wharmby in Last of the Summer Wine?    Wesley Pegden
What was the name of the mysterious dwarf in a Brothers Grimm fairy tale who could spin straw into gold?    Rumpelstiltskin
What was the name of the new martial art created by The Goodies?    Ecky Thump
What was the name of the North Sea oil rig destroyed in a 1988 explosion?    Piper Alpha
What was the name of the notorious penal colony off the coast of French Guiana?    Devil'S Island
What was the name of the only British Pope?    Nicholas Breakspear
What was the name of the parish beadle in Oliver Twist?    Mister Bumble
What was the name of the prefabricated tower block in Canning Town, London, which suffered progressive collapse as the result of a gas explosion 1968?    Ronan Point
What was the name of the puppet who appeared on early ITV with Muriel Young?    Pussycat Willum
What was the name of the resistance organisation established in London in 1940 by Charles de Gaulle?    Free French
What was the name of the river boat on which Charlie Allnutt travelled?    African Queen
What was the name of the schoolgirl whose drawings came to life in a 1970s children's tv series?    Penny Crayon
What was the name of the shop steward played by Peter Sellers in the film I'm Alright Jack?    Fred Kite
What was the name of the snake in The Sooty Show?    Ramsbottom
What was the name of the spiv played by George Cole ion four of the St. Trinian's films?    Flash Harry
What was the name of the striptease troupe in the film The Full Monty?    Hot Metal
What was the name of the third prime minister of Israel who served from 1969-1974?    Golda Meir
What was the name of the vessel commanded by Captain Nemo in 20,000 Leagues Under the     Nautilus
What was the name of the vessel commanded by Captain Nemo in '20,000 Leagues Under the Sea'?    Nautilus
What was the name of the Vietnam veteran cab driver played by Robert de Niro in the 1976 film Taxi Driver?    Travis Bickle
What was the name of the villain in the film 'Dirty Harry'?    Scorpio
What was the name of the wife of William Shakespeare?    Anne Hathaway
What was the name of the writing material used by ancient Egyptians and Greeks?    Papyrus
What was the nationality of Anne Frank, who fled to the Netherlands with her family to escape anti-Semitism?    German (German Jew will do)
What was the nationality of the first man to reach the south pole?    Norwegian
What was the nickname of boxer Georges Carpentier?    Orchid Man
What was the nickname of boxer Joe Louis?    The Brown Bomber
What was the nickname of Edmund II of England?    Ironside
What was the nickname of legendary basketball player Wilt Chamberlain?    The Stilt
What was the nickname of Loretta Swit's character in the tv series MASH?    Hot Lips
What was the nickname of the infamous Scottish outlaw who lived from 1671-1734?    Rob Roy
What was the nickname of world darts champion Eric Bristow?    Crafty Cockney
What was the old name for BBC Radio 2?    Light Programme
What was the only number 1 hit for Status Quo?    Down Down
What was the original name of the American presidential retreat Camp David?    Shangri La
What was the original name of the city in which you can see the Empire State Building?    New Amsterdam
What was the original name of the confectionery now known as "Starburst"?    Opal Fruits
What was the original name of the first Duke of Wellington?    Arthur Wellesley
What was the original name of the tv series set in Beckindale?    Emmerdale Farm
What was the original name of the tv soap set in Weatherfield?    Florizel Street
What was the original name of what is now known as Wembley Arena when it was built in 1933?    Empire Pool
What was the real name of entertainer and comedian Kenny Everett?    Maurice Cole
What was the real name of famous actor Kirk Douglas?    Issur Danielovitch
What was the real name of famous entertainer    Harry Webb
What was the real name of famous entertainer    Israel Baline
What was the real name of famous entertainer    Al Cemick
What was the real name of famous entertainer    Alfredo Cocozza
What was the real name of famous entertainer    Vincent Furnier
What was the real name of famous entertainer    Ira Grossell
What was the real name of famous entertainer    Bernard Jewry
What was the real name of famous entertainer    Noah Kaminsky
What was the real name of famous entertainer    Doris Kapelhoff
What was the real name of famous entertainer    Benjamin Kubelsky
What was the real name of famous entertainer    Joseph Levitch
What was the real name of famous entertainer    Marie Mclaughlin
What was the real name of famous entertainer    James Osterburg
What was the real name of famous entertainer    Vera Palmer
What was the real name of famous entertainer    Nick Perido
What was the real name of famous entertainer    Clive Powell
What was the real name of famous entertainer    Gaynor Sullivan
What was the real name of famous entertainer    Vera Welch
What was the real name of famous entertainer    Julia Wells
What was the real name of famous entertainer    Ronald Wycherly
What was the real name of famous entertainer Adam Ant?    Stuart Goddard
What was the real name of famous entertainer Adam Faith?    Terry Nelhams
What was the real name of famous entertainer Boris Karloff?    William Pratt
What was the real name of famous entertainer Brigitte Bardot?    Camille Javal
What was the real name of famous entertainer Cilla Black?    Priscilla White
What was the real name of famous entertainer Coco the clown?    Nikolai Poliakov
What was the real name of famous entertainer Elton John?    Reginald Dwight
What was the real name of famous entertainer Elvis Costello?    Declan Mcmanus
What was the real name of famous entertainer Gary Glitter?    Paul Gadd
What was the real name of famous entertainer George Burns?    Nathan Birnbaum
What was the real name of famous entertainer Harry Houdini?    Eric Weiss
What was the real name of famous entertainer Jasper Carrott?    Robert Davies
What was the real name of famous entertainer Judy Garland?    Frances Gumm
What was the real name of famous entertainer Marti Caine?    Lynda Crapper
What was the real name of famous entertainer Michael Caine?    Maurice Micklewhite
What was the real name of famous entertainer Natalie Wood?    Natasha Gurdin
What was the real name of famous entertainer Peggy Lee?    Norma Egstrom
What was the real name of famous entertainer Tony Curtis?    Bernard Schwartz
What was the real name of famous entertainer Woody    Allen Konigsberg
What was the real name of famous wrestler Big Daddy?    Shirley Crabtree
What was the real name of the cartoonist Trog who created the character Flook?    Wally Fawkes
What was the real name of the Dickens character nicknamed "The Artful Dodger"?    Jack Dawkins
What was the real name of the famous star of such films as Top Hat and Follow the Fleet?    Frederick Austerlitz
What was the real name of the lead singer with the successful group Queen?    Frederick Bulsara
What was the real name of the man who sang and played guitar with T Rex?    Marc Feld
What was the real name of the man who twice married Elizabeth Taylor?    Richard Jenkins
What was the real name of the notorious Pope Alexander VI?    Rodrigo Borgia
What was the real name of the Wild West outlaw The Sundance Kid?    Harry Longbaugh
What was the second of the Forsythe Saga trilogy?    In Chancery
What was the setting for Francis Ford Coppola's 1963 film 'The Terror'?    A Castle
What was the soap you were recommended to use if you had BO    Lifebuoy
What was the stage name of actress Ella Geisman, popular during the 40s and 50s?    June Allyson
What was the stage name of British entertainer Sandra Goodrich?    Sandie Shaw
What was the stage name of entertainer Elaine Bookbinder?    Elkie Brooks
What was the stage name of Frederick John Westcott who made a fortune as a musical impressario?    Fred Karno
What was the stage name of the Russian born singer Asa Joelson?    Al Jolson
What was the stage name of wrestler Shirley Crabtree?    Big Daddy
What was the subject matter of Steven Knight's controversial book The Brotherhood?    Freemasonry
What was the title of Annie Lennox's album that won her a Brit Award in ?    Diva
What was the title of both the 1959 comedy film, and the 1970s tv series telling of life on a clapped out submarine during World War II?    Operation Petticoat
What was the title of Charles Dickens' first published work?    Pickwick Papers
What was the title of Elvis Presley's last British number 1 hit?    Way Down
What was the title of Elvis Presley's third top ten hit?    Hound Dog
What was the title of Frank Ifield's second number 1 hit?    Lovesick Blues
What was the title of Frankie Goes To Hollywood's second number 1 hit?    Two Tribes
What was the title of Freda Paynes first number 1 hit?    Band Of Gold
What was the title of Gary Barlow's last top ten hit (1997)?    Open Road
What was the title of J.J.Barrie's 1976 number 1 hit?    No Charge
What was the title of Jimmy Jones' only British number 1 hit?    Good Timin'
What was the title of John Mortimer's 1985 work of satirical fiction?    Paradise Postponed
What was the title of Johnny Preston's only number 1 hit?    Running Bear
What was the title of Michael Holliday's last number 1 hit?    Starry Eyed
What was the title of the 1976 top 10 hit for David Dundas?    Jeans On
What was the title of the 1981 number 1 hit for Aneka?    Japanese Boy
What was the title of the 1984 top 10 hit for Echo & The Bunnymen?    Killing Moon
What was the title of the 1985 film in which Madonna made her acting debut?    Certain Sacrifice
What was the title of the 1988 number 2 hit for The Beautiful South?    Perfect Ten
What was the title of the 1992 number 1 hit for Wet Wet Wet?    Goodnight Girl
What was the title of the 3rd number 1 hit for T-Rex?    Telegram Sam
What was the title of the Archies number 1 hit of 1969?    Sugar Sugar
What was the title of the first chart entry for Engelbert Humperdinck?    Release Me
What was the title of the first non fiction book written by well known horror writer Stephen King?    Danse Macabre
What was the title of the first Number 1 hit for Russ Conway?    Side Saddle
What was the title of the first number 1 hit for the glam rock group Mud?    Tiger Feet
What was the title of the influential anthology of English poetry first published in 1861?    Golden Treasury
What was the title of the last (1992) top 10 hit for the group Genesis?    Invisible Touch
What was the title of the last Christmas number 1 for Cliff Richard?    Saviour'S Day
What was the title of the last number 1 hit for David Soul?    Silver Lady
What was the title of the last tv show made by Leonard Rossiter before his untimely death in 1984?    Tripper'S Day
What was the title of the only number 1 hit for Jimi Hendrix?    Voodoo Chile
What was the title of the only number 1 hit for Manhattan Transfer?    Chanson D'Amour
What was the title of the only number 1 hit for the duo Soft Cell?    Tainted Love
What was the title of the only number 1 hit for the singing duo Peters and Lee?    Welcome Home
What was the title of the original Rambo film starring Sylvester Stallone?    First Blood
What was the title of the second and last number 1 hit for Adam Faith?    Poor Me
What was the title of the sequel to Erich Segal's most successful novel?    Oliver'S Story
What was the title of the sequel to the film Zulu?    Zulu Dawn
What was the title of the sequel to the film Zulu?    Zulu Dawn
What was the title of the sequel to the tv show Porridge?    Going Straight
What was the title of the Shadows last ever No. 1 hit?    Foot Tapper
What was the title of The Shadows number 1 hit of December 1962?    Dance On
What was the title of the Specials 1981 number 1 hit?    Ghost Town
What was the title of the third segment of the Forsythe Saga trilogy?    To Let
What was the title of the tv spin off from the early police series Z Cars?    Softly Softly
What was the title of Wilbur Smith's 1991 novel?    Elephant Song
What was the well known invention of King Camp Gillette?    Safety Razor
What was traditionally worn by a judge while passing a death sentence?    Black Cap
What was won for three consecutive years by the German Katrin Dorre?    London Marathon
What were  patented on January 4th 1863 by New yorker James Plimpton?    Roller Skates
What were first issued in Britain on April 17th 1956?    Premium Bonds
What were first issued in Britain on January 1st 1881?    Postal Orders
What were first manufactured and sold by Meccano Ltd in April 1934?    Dinky Toys
What were first produced in the mid 18th century at the factory of Ralph Wood?    Toby Jug
What were first sold by Bassett's to celebrate the end of World War I?    Jelly Babies
What were football linesmen renamed in 1996?    Referees Assistants
What were introduced as a perk to British office workers today in 1955?    Luncheon Vouchers
What were introduced in 1871 by Sir John Lubbock?    Bank Holidays
What were invented by Rowland Hill and first used on May 6th 1840?    Postage Stamps
What were invented by Sir Henry Cole in 1843, the first one being designed by J.C.Horsley the same year?    Christmas Cards
What were K157, K159 & K219?    Russian Submarines
What were originally bred by monks of a Swiss hospice in the 18th century?    Saint Bernard
What were produced by Moody & Sankey in the 19th century?    Hymn Books
What were revived in 1896 by the Frencman Pierre de Coubertin?    Olympic Games
What were Skylab and Salyut?    Space Stations
What were the first names of Boss Hogg in the tv series The Dukes Of Hazzard?    Jefferson Davis
What were the first names of celebrated painter Lowry?    Laurence Stephen
What were the first names of Mr Forester, author of The African Queen?    Cecil Scott
What were the first names of Randall and Hopkirk (deceased)    Geoff & Marty
What were the first names of 'The Blues Brothers'?    Jake & Elwood
What were the first names of the man who founded the Smith's chain of bookstores?    William Henry
What were the first names of the three people who lived at Arden House in Tannochbrae?    Angus Cameron, Alan Finlay, Janet
What were the first names of the three people who lived in a house with Rupert Rigsby?    Ruth Jones Alan Moore Philip Smith
What were the men who took part in the California gold rush known as?    Forty Niners
What were the names of the first five space shuttles used by the Americans?    Coumbia, Challenger, Discovery, Atlantis, Endeavour
What were the names of the two women involved in the so called Profumo affair of 1963?    Christine Keeler & Mandy Rice-Davies
What were the two first names of the famous science fiction writer Mr. Wells?    Herbert George
What were the two first names of the famous writer Auden?    Wystan Hugh
What were the two first names of the famous writer Barrie?    James Matthew
What were the two first names of the famous writer Lawrence, author of Women in Love?    David Herbert
What were the two first names of the famous writer Lewis?    Clive Staples
What were the two first names of the famous writer Milne?    Alan Alexander
What were the two first names of the famous writer Mr Snow?    Charles Percy
What were the two first names of the famous writer Mr. Chesterton?    Gilbert Keith
What were the two first names of the famous writer Mr. Wodehouse?    Pelham Grenville
What were the two first names of the famous writer Yeats?    William Butler
What were told by the Reeve, the Prioress and the Wife of Bath?    Canterbury Tales
What were used for the first time ever on May 6th 1840?    Postage Stamps
What with the temporal, frontal and parietal forms the human skull?    Occipital Bone
What word can go after blue and before neck?    Bottle
What would you be most likely to be sitting in if you were listening to a barcarole?    Venetian Gondolas
What would you expect to find in a sarcophagus?    A Body
What would you expect to see Alex Deakin and Philip Avery doing on television?    Weather Forecasting
What would you expect to see Fanny Sunneson carrying in her occupation?    Golf Clubs
What would you possess if you owned a Davenport?    Writing Desk
What would you spend on a visit to the city of    Austrian Schillings
What would you spend on a visit to the city of    Brazilian Cruzeiros
What would you spend on a visit to the city of    Kuwaiti Dinars
What would you spend on a visit to the city of    Icelandic Kronas
What would you spend on a visit to the city of    Norwegian Kroners
What would you spend on a visit to the city of    Danish Krones
What would you spend on a visit to the city of    Zambian Kwachas
What would you spend on a visit to the city of    Bulgarian Levs
What would you spend on a visit to the city of    Chilean Pesos
What would you spend on a visit to the city of    Iranian Rials
What would you spend on a visit to the city of    Israeli Shekels
What would you spend on a visit to the city of    Ugandan Shillings
What would you spend on a visit to the city of    Polish Zlotys
What would you spend on a visit to the city of Alexandria?    Egyptian Pounds
What would you spend on a visit to the city of Buenos Aires?    Argentinian Australs
What would you spend on a visit to the city of Helsinki?    Finnish Marrkas
What would you spend on a visit to the city of Istanbul?    Turkish Lira
What would you spend on a visit to the city of Stockholm?    Swedish Kronors
What would you spend on a visit to the city of Tirana?    Albanian Leks
What year is inscribed in the book held by Statue of Liberty?    1776
What, according to a popular sci-fi tv series, was invented by Zephrane Cochrane?    Warp Drive
What, according to Edward de Bono, represents vreative thinking?    Green Hat
What, in Anglo Saxon times, was the ancient capital of England?    Winchester
What, intended to help with security, was invented by Lucien B Smith in 1867?    Barbed Wire
What, proverbially is it no use crying over?    Spilt Milk
Whci type of pottery design was created by Thomas Minton?    Willow Pattern
When Ann Jones, of Britain, won the Wimbledon Ladies singles in , who did she beat in the final? Was it a Billie-Jean King, b Margaret \tab Court or c Evonne Goolagong?    (a) Billie-Jean King
When Benjamin Disraeli was made an earl, which Buckinghamshire town did he become the earl of?    Beaconsfield
When Jim Laker took 19 wickets in a test match for England, who took the 20th?    Tony Locke
Wher in Kent would you find Dingle Dell and Pilgrim's Drop?    Brands Hatch
Where are Hyundai cars manufactured?    South Korea
Where are tears formed in the human body?    Lachrymal Glands
Where are the annual Promenade Concerts performed?    Albert Hall
Where are the headquarters of the Football Association?    Lancaster Gate
Where are the holiday resorts of Calella and Malgrat situated?    Costa Brava
Where are the seaside resorts of Bexhill and Brighton?    East Sussex
Where are the US gold reserves kept?    Fort Knox
Where are you said to be if you are in extreme difficulty?    Queer Street
Where can the carved heads of four American presidents be seen?    Mount Rushmore
Where can you see a structure known locally as "The Coathanger"?    Sydney Harbour
Where can you see four sculptures by Edwin Landseer in close proximity?    Trafalgar Square
Where can you see memorials to William Shakespeare, Dylan Thomas and John Milton?    Poet'S Corner
Where can you see the tomb of the Unknown Warrior?    Westminster Abbey
Where can you visit St Basil's Cathedral and the tomb of Lenin?    Red Square
Where could you see the burial place known as Poet's Corner?    Westminster Abbey
Where did Austrian mountaineer Heinrich Harrer spend seven years?    Tibet
Where did British soldiers of World War II sing they were going to "hang out the washing"?    Siegfried Line
Where did Bruno Hauptmann die in 1936?    Electric Chair
Where did Captain James Cook land on his first visit to Australia?    Botany Bay
Where did children who passed the 11 plus exam go?    Grammar School
Where did Derby County play their home football matches before moving to ?    Pride Park
Where did Hollywood producer Jack Wolz find the head of his racehorse Khartoum in 'The Godfather'?    His Bed
Where did Mallory and Irvine go missing in 1924?    Mount Everest
Where did Noah's Ark come to rest after the great flood had subsided?    Mount Ararat
Where did Noah's Ark come to rest after the great flood had subsided?    Mount Ararat
Where did Ralph, Peterkin and Jack meet a pirate called Bloody Bill?    Coral Island
Where did Roald Amundsen and several of his countrymen go in 1911?    South Pole
Where did the Beatles regularly perform in the early 1960s?    Cavern Club
Where did the Brown family find an animal bearing the label "Please look after this bear"?    Paddington Station
Where did the Greek Gods live?    Mount Olympus
Where did the mutineers from the Bounty settle?    Pitcairn Island
Where did the Wizard of Oz live in the book by L.Frank Baum?    Emerald City
Where did the world's first powered flight occur in 1903?    North Carolina
Where do 100 groschen equal 1 schilling?    Austria
Where do American footballs "Chiefs" play home games?    Kansas City
Where do Blackburn Rovers play their home football league matches?    Ewood Park
Where do both the Jets and Giants play American football?    New York
Where do Bournemouth play their home football league matches?    Dean Court
Where do Bradford City play their home football league matches?    Valley Parade
Where do Brentford play their home football league matches?    Griffin Park
Where do Brighton and Hove Albion play their home football league matches?    Goldstone Ground
Where do Bristol Rovers play their home football league matches?    Twerton Park
Where do Burnley play their home football league matches?    Turf Moor
Where do Bury play their home football league matches?    Gigg Lane
Where do Coventry City play their home football league matches?    Highfield Road
Where do Glasgow Rangers play their home football league matches?    Ibrox Stadium
Where do golfers attempt to be at the end of their round?    Under Par
Where do Hereford United play their home football league matches?    Edgar Street
Where do hobbits live?    The Shire
Where do littoral animals like to live?    Sea Shore
Where do Luton Town play their home football league matches?    Kenilworth Road
Where do Manchester United play their home football league matches?    Old Trafford
Where do Mansfield Town play their home football league matches?    Field Mill
Where do Oxford United play their home football league matches?    Manor Ground
Where do Phil and Jill Archer live in the long running radio series?    Brookfield Farm
Where do Plymouth Argyle play their home football league matches?    Home Park
Where do Port Vale play their home football league matches?    Vale Park
Where do Portsmouth play their home football league matches?    Fratton Park
Where do Reading play their home football league matches?    Elm Park
Where do Scottish club Clydebank play their home football league matches?    Kilbowie Park
Where do Shrwesbury Town play their home football league matches?    Gay Meadow
Where do Stockport County play their home football league matches?    Edgeley Park
Where do Stoke City play their home football league matches?    Victoria Ground
Where do Swansea City play their home football league matches?    Vetch Field
Where do Watford play their home football league matches?    Vicarage Road
Where do Wrexham football club play their home matches?    Racecourse Ground
Where does the Archbishop of Canterbury live?    Lambeth Palace
Where does the early action take place in the 1998 comedy/drama 'Smoke Signals'?    Indian Reservation
Where does the Royal Tournament take place each July?    Earl'S Court
Where does the thriller 'Point Blank' begin and end?    Alcatraz
Where exactly in London were Edward V and his brother Richard believed to have been murdered?    Bloody Tower
Where exactly is the Barossa Valley wine producing district?    South Australia
Where in 1485 did Richard III lose the crown of England?    Bosworth Field
Where in 1485 did Richard III lose the crown of England?    Bosworth Field
Where in August can you see a famous military tattoo?    Edinburgh Castle
Where in Australia were anumber of atomic bomb tests carried out in the 1950s?    Nullarbor Plain
Where in Berkshire were a number of American cruise missiles sited in 1983?    Greenham Common
Where in Britain can you see the Longships lighthouse?    Lands End
Where in Britain is there a steel works four miles long?    Port Talbot
Where in Cornwall is the Post Office's main installation for transmitting anr receiving satellite signals?    Goonhilly Downs
Where in England has a famous 'Horse Trials' been held since 1949/    Badminton
Where in Kentucky are the U.S. gold reserves kept in storage?    Fort Knox
Where in London are the headquarters of the Royal British Legion?    Pall Mall
Where in London can you see a statue of Winston Churchill by Ivor Robert-Jones?    Parliament Square
Where in London can you see the largest living plant collection in the world?    Kew Gardens
Where in London can you see the Round Pond?    Kensington Gardens
Where in London is their a riding track known as Rotten Row?    Hyde Park
Where in London is there a famous statue of Peter Pan?    Kensington Gardens.
Where in London on Sundays do soapbox orators and their hecklers provide public entertainment?    Speakers' Corner
Where in London was the place of execution for distinguished traitors?    Tower Hill
Where in London were the headquarters of both the Labour and Conservative Parties until recent times??    Smith Square
Where in North Carolina did the first ever powered flight occur in 1903?    Kitty Hawk
Where in Northamptonshire was Mary Queen of Scots executed in 1587?    Fotheringay Castle
Where in northern Egypt was a decisive World War II battle fought in November 1942?    El Alamein
Where in Syria, did the Carmelite order of monks originate in the 12th century?    Mount Carmel
Where in the city of Cambridge can you see a world famous collection of 16th century Venetian art?    Fitzwilliam Museum
Where in the city of Nottingham are test cricket matches played?    Trent Bridge
Where in the Dordogne region of France can you see prehistoric paintings dating back to 15,000BC?    Lascaux Caves
Where in the USA were 168 people killed by a terrorist bomb attack in 1995?    Oklahoma City
Where in the world can you see the sacred mountain known as Adam's Peak?    Sri Lanka
Where in the world was the sport of surfing first practiced?    Hawaii
Where is the 800ft hidg tower designed by Cesar Pelli?    Canary Wharf
Where is the ancient ruin of Stonehenge?    Salisbury Plain
Where is the annual Show Jumping Derby staged?    Hickstead
Where is the Dogger Bank situated?    North Sea
Where is the Great Fire of London traditionally said to have started?    Pudding Lane
Where is the home of the Royal and Ancient to be found?    Saint Andrews
Where is the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix raced?    Monte Carlo
Where is the rugby ground Lansdowne Road?    Dublin
Where is there a famous amusement park in New York?    Coney Island
Where is there a smaller version of the Statue of Liberty?    Paris.
Where proverbially should you not meet trouble?    Half Way
Where proverbially should you not put all your eggs?    One Basket
Where was a specialist team headed by Dr Magdi Yacoub established in 1980?    Harefield Hospital
Where was Admiral Horatio Nelson mortally wounded in 1805?    Cape Trafalgar
Where was Donald Campbell killed in an accident in 1967?    Coniston Water
Where was James Cameron's 'Ghosts of the Abyss' filmed?    Wreck Of The Titanic
Where was John Cobb killed while attempting to set a new world water speed record in 1952?    Loch Ness
Where was John Cobb killed while attempting to set a new world water speed record in 1952?    Loch Ness
Where was Nick Nolte down and out in 1986?    Beverly Hills
Where was the Battle of Hastings actually fought?    Senlac Hill
Where was the churchyard of Gray's Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard?    Stoke Poges
Where was the legendary Spanish city of gold?    El Dorado
Where was there a disastrous undergroud fire resulting in 31 deaths in 1987?    Kings Cross
Where were 200 members of the Souix tribe killed in 1890 at the last major battle of the Indian wars?    Wounded Knee
Where were 200 members of the Souix tribe killed in 1890 at the last major battle of the Indian wars?    Wounded Knee
Where were both the 1932 and 1984 Olympic games held?    Los Angeles
Where were Norman Stanley Fletcher and his fellow inmates incarcerated?    Slade Prison
Where were police officers Leo Schnitz and Joe Coffey stationed?    Hill Street
Where were the football world cup finals of 1970 and 1986 played?    Mexico City
Where were the winter Olympic Games of 1928 and 1948 held?    St Moritz
Where were the winter Olympic Games of 1932 and 1980 held?    Lake Placid
Where were the winter Olympic Games of 1960 held?    Squaw Valley
Where would you expect a surgeon to carry out most of his work?    Operating Theatre
Where would you find Mr and Mrs Bun and their off-spring?    Happy Families
Where would you go to buy the Daily Express or the TV Times?    News Agent
Where would you see the statue of The Little Mermaid?    Copenhagen.
Where, in Britain, would you get a Spring Roll?    Chinese Restaurant/Take-Away
Where, near Paris, can you see Mickey Mouse?    Euro Disney
Which  French chef  invented the first system of food preservation?    Nicolas Appert
Which  peak in the Karakoram range of Kashmir stands 26,660 ft tall?    Nanga Parbat
Which  vitamin  of the B complex is found in liver and green leafy vegetables    Folic Acid
Which "Abominable" character rose again in Egypt?    Dr Phibes
Which "Bond girl" played by Lana Wood in Diamonds Are Forever was thrown from a hotel window before turning up dead in a swimming pool?    Plenty O'Toole
Which "Bond Girl" was played by actress Mie Hama in the film You Only Live Twice?    Kissy Suzuki
Which "Dirty old man" was payed by Wilfred Brambell?    Albert Steptoe
Which "Rat Pack" film of 1961 was a parody of Gunga Din?    Sergeants Three
Which 13th century emperor founded the Mongol dynasty in China?    Kublai Khan
Which 15th Century Earl of Warwick was known as "Kingmaker"?    Richard Neville
Which 1886 sculpture by Auguste Rodin can be seen in the Rodin Museum in Paris?    The Kiss
Which 1891 invention is credited to Whitcomb Judson?    Zip Fastener
Which 18th century building in Dedham Vale was a favourite subject of John Constable?    Flatford Mill
Which 18th century country house is the home of the Dukes of Bedford?    Woburn Abbey
Which 18th century landscape gardener had the forename Lancelot?    Capability Brown
Which 1924 novel by P.C. Wren concerened life in the French Foreign Legion?    Beau Geste
Which 1924 play by Sean O'Casey tells of life in a Dublin slum?    Juno & The Paycock
Which 1932 film tells of love and revenge among a group of weird circus sideshow performers?    Freaks
Which 1934 film was known in France as Chapeau Claque?    Top Hat
Which 1937 film based on a Rudyard Kipling story received four Oscar nominations?    Captain'S Courageous
Which 1938 romantic comedy film starred Clark Gable and Spencer Tracy as a couple of daredevils trying out a new aircraft?    Test Pilot
Which 1940s radio show and 1950s television show featured Julian Huxley in intellectual discussion?    Brain'S Trust
Which 1941 classic film begins with the death of the title character, alone in his mansion 'Xanadu'?    Citizen Kane
Which 1948 film features a pair of dancers named Don Hewes and Hannah Brown?    Easter Parade
Which 1949 film told the story of naval officer Gary Cooper's career during the development of aircraft carriers?    Task Force
Which 1952 novel was based on a real life Cuban fisherman named Gregorio Fuentes?    The Old Man And The Sea
Which 1952 Western film starred Randolph Scott and Donna Reed?    Hangman'S Knot
Which 1956 film starring Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra was a musical reworking of The Philadelphia Story?    High Society
Which 1964 film is a dramatised account of the 1879 Battle of Rorke's Drift?    Zulu
Which 1965 film starred George Segal as an American corporal held captive in a Singapore jail during World War II?    King Rat
Which 1969 film was based on Thornton Wilder's play The Matchmaker?    Hello Dolly
Which 1971 film is set in a futuristic Britain populated by gangs who go on the rampage every night?    A Clockwork Orange
Which 1972 song was the second top ten hit fot Sweet?    Little Willy
Which 1973 film starred Ryan and Tatum O'Neal?    Paper Moon
Which 1975 futuristic novel by JG Ballard tells of the downward spiral of the residents of five purpose built blocks of flats?    High Rise
Which 1975 movie was filmed mostly at the Damasch State Mental Hospital, Salem?    One Flew Over The Cuckoo'S Nest
Which 1976 film starred Robert de Niro as Vietnam veteran Travis Bickle?    Taxi Driver
Which 1977 documentary film featured a body building contest between Arnold Schwarzennegger and Lou Ferrigno?    Pumping Iron
Which 1977 Woody Allen film won the best film Oscar?    Annie Hall
Which 1979 film starred David Hemmings as a crafty British spy who lives by his own rules?    Charlie Muffin
Which 1980 film tells the story of Mordecai Vanunu, the Israeli technician who fled the country with atomic knowledge?    Secret Weapon
Which 1980s tv show starred Leslie Ash as computer expert "Fred" Smith?    Cats Eyes
Which 1982 film tells of a survivor of the Nazi holocaust?    Sophie'S Choice
Which 1982 sequel is set In the post-apocalyptic Australian wasteland where petrol is the most important commodity?    Mad Max Ii
Which 1983 tv mini series was based on a novel by Daphne Du Maurier?    Jamaica Inn
Which 1986 musical film starring Patsy Kensit was set in 1950s London?    Absolute Beginners
Which 1987 film was an account of a real  event which took place in 1969 during the Vietnam War?    Hamburger Hill
Which 1988 film based on a true story, starred Ellen Burstyn as a WWII Jewish Hungarian freedom fighter?    Hanna'S War
Which 1989 Western starred Robert Duvall as former Texas Ranger Augustus McCrae?    Lonesome Dove
Which 1990 film featured the characters Doug and Lori Quaid?    Total Recall
Which 1990s tv comedy starring Dawn French was set in a small village in Cornwall?    Wild West
Which 1992 film based on a Conan Doyle story about a jungle search for lost treasure starred Simon MacCorkindale?    Falcons Gold
Which 1992 film begins with an armed robbery on a diamond warehouse?    Reservoir Dogs
Which 1995 Bryan Singer film begins with an exploding boat, which only one Hungarian sailor survives?    The Usual Suspects
Which 1995 film is set in a world which was submerged when the polar ice caps melted?    Waterworld
Which 1995 production was the first fully computer animated film?    Toy Story
Which 1995 Tony Scott film is set on a U.S. nuclear submarine?    Crimson Tide
Which 1996 re-telling of a classic Shakespeare tale is set in the modern city of Verona Beach?    Romeo + Juliet
Which 1997 film was set in the Californian pornography industry of the 1970s and 1980s?    Boogie Nights
Which 1997 Mafia film starred Al Pacino and Johnny Depp?    Donnie Brasco
Which 1998 film begins with George Clooney in jail for bank robbery?    Out Of Sight
Which 1999 film starred Tom Hanks as Paul Edgecomb?    Green Mile
Which 1999 film starring Keanu Reeves is set in a computer simulation of the world?    The Matrix
Which 2 African countries border Egypt?    Sudan & Libya
Which 2 Asian countries border Bangladesh?    India & Burma
Which 2 companies merged in 1972 to form British Airways?    Boac & Bea
Which 2 countries merged in 1964 to form Tanzania?    Tanganyika & Zanzibar
Which 2 European countries have a national flag consisting of a white cross on a red background?    Switzerland & Denmark
Which 2 South American countries border Ecuador?    Peru & Colombia
Which 2001 film set in Victorian England tells the story of Jack the Ripper?    From Hell
Which 2002 Guy Richie film is set on a Mediterranean island?    Swept Away
Which 2003 film stars Kevin Costner as a former gunslinger forced to take up arms again when he and his cattle crew are threatened by a corrupt lawman?    Open Range
Which 2004 Spielberg movie is set in JFK Airport?    The Terminal
Which 35 miles long inlet of the North Sea can be found on the northeast coast of Scotland?    Moray Firth
Which 5th century sculptures from the Parthenon in Athens can now be seen in the British Museum?    Elgin Marbles
Which 60s group was fronted by Peter Noone?    Herman'S Hermits
Which 70's group took their name from the film Barbarella    Duran Duran
Which 70s singer was backed by The Drells?    Archie Bell
Which 90s bands first top 10 hit was "Step on"?    Happy Mondays
Which abbey in central Italy was under seige for six months during World War II?    Monte Cassino
Which accident prone character lived with his wife Betty and baby daughter Jessica?    Frank Spencer
Which acknowleged authority on the history of film died in January 1989?    Leslie Halliwell
Which act of parliament pased in 1958 allowed women to sit in the House of Lords for the first time?7    Life Peerage
Which actess played the waitress Mimi le Bonc in tv's 'Allo 'Allo?    Sue Hodge
Which activity involves men waving sticks and handkerchieves?    Morris Dancing
Which activity is associated with Dwight Stones and Steve Smith?    High Jumping
Which activity takes place each May 8th in the cornish town of Helston?    Furry Dance
Which actor died from a drugs overdose outside The Viper Room in Los Angeles at the age of 23?    River Phoenix
Which actor do you associate with the character Rene Artois?    Gordon Kaye
Which actor has played the television role of Jack Sugden for a number of years?    Clive Hornby
Which actor has recently indicated that he will refuse to accept a lifetime achievement Oscar at the forthcoming Oscar ceremony?    Peter O'Toole
Which actor is associated with the tv role of Curly Watts?    Kevin Kennedy
Which actor is remembered for his stage and screen portrayal of professor Henry Higgins?    Rex Harrison
Which actor is well known for his television portrayal of Baldric?    Tony Robinson
Which actor often repeated the phrase "We're all doomed" on television?    John Laurie
Which actor played defence lawyer Frank Dulaney in the 1993 film Body Of Evidence?    Willem Dafoe
Which actor played Dr Egon Spengler in the Ghostbusters film series?    Harold Ramis
Which actor played Dr McCoy in the original Star Trek tv series?    Deforest Kelley
Which actor played Hannibal Smith, leader of television's A Team?    George Peppard
Which actor played Inspector Teal in The Saint and Inspector Large in Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased)?    Ivor Dean
Which actor played Jim Bergerac's father-in-law Charlie Hungerford?    Terence Alexander
Which actor played Murdoch in the tv action series The A Team?    Dwight Schultz
Which actor played Sergeant Lewis in the tv series Inspector Morse?    Kevin Whately
Which actor played Soames in the popular tv series The Forsyte Saga?    Eric Porter
Which actor played the assassin in The Day Of The Jackal?    Edward Fox
Which actor played the character Reg Holdsworth in Coronation Street?    Ken Morley
Which actor played the title role in the 195os tv series The Adventures Of Robin Hood?    Richard Greene
Which actor played the tv character Grant Mitchell?    Ross Kemp
Which actor played the tv character Lofty Holloway?    Tom Watt
Which actor played the tv Mike Hammer?    Stacy Keach
Which actor plays small time lowlife Bobby who is marooned in the Arizona town of Superior in 'U Turn'?    Sean Penn
Which actor plays the android Kryten in BBC's long running comedy series Red Dwarf?    Robert Llewellyn
Which actor plays the hologram Arnold Rimmer in the tv comedy series Red Dwarf?    Chris Barrie
Which actor starred alongside Glenda Jackson in the 1973 comedy A Touch Of Class?    George Segal
Which actor starred as Amos Brearley in the early years of Emmerdale Farm?    Ronald Magill
Which actor starred as Jason King in the tv series Department S?    Peter Wyngarde
Which actor was associated with the Whitehall Farces from 1944 until 1969?    Brian Rix
Which actor was buried in a Dracula cape upon his death in 1956?    Bela Lugosi
Which actor was for a number of years assocaiated with the Schhhh,,,,, Schweppes tv adverts?    William Franklin
Which actor won an Oscar for his part in the film Lost Weekend?    Ray Milland
Which actor won Oscars for the films Sergeant York and High Noon?    Gary Cooper
Which actor won the best actor Oscar for the film Kiss Of The Spider Woman?    William Hurt
Which actress appeared in the musicals Call Me Madam and Alexander's Ragtime Band and made her final appearance in the comedy film Airplane?    Ethel Merman
Which actress became famous after emerging from the sea in a white bikini in a 1962 film?    Ursula Andress
Which actress created the role of Nora Batty in the long running tv series Last Of The Summer Wine?    Kathy Staff
Which actress died in the shower in Pyscho    Janet Leigh
Which actress has won four Best Actress Oscars?    Katharine Hepburn
Which actress is probably best known for her role as Sybil Fawlty?    Prunella Scales
Which actress is the mother of Melanie Griffith?    Tippi Hedren
Which actress married the guitarist Richie Sambora?    Heather Locklear
Which actress played Coronation Street regular Betty Turpin?    Betty Driver
Which actress played football manager Gabriella Benson in a TV series first broadcast in 1989?    Cherie Lunghi
Which actress played football manager Gabriella Benson in a tv series first broadcast in 1989?    Cherie Lunghi
Which actress played Madame Edith in the tv comedy series 'Allo 'Allo?    Carmen Silvera
Which actress played Sally in Drop the Dead Donkey?    Victoria Wicks
Which actress played Sister Lisa Duffin in the long running tv drama show Casualty?    Catherine Shipton
Which actress played the German soldier Helga in tv's 'Allo 'Allo?    Kim Hartman
Which actress played the long suffering wife of Alf Garnett?    Dandy Nichols
Which actress played the maid Maria in early episodes of 'Allo 'Allo?    Francesca Gonshaw
Which actress plays Rodney's wife Cassandra in Only Fools And Horses?    Gwynneth Strong
Which actress was the object of Jude Law and Joseph Fiennes affections in Enemy At The Gates?    Rachel Weisz
Which actress who died in 1990 was married to both David McCallum and Charles Bronson?    Jill Ireland
Which actress won an Oscar for her part in Children Of A Lesser God?    Marlee Matlin
Which actress won an Oscar for her role in the 1938 film Jezebel?    Bette Davis
Which actress won an Oscar for the 1930 film Min and Bill?    Marie Dressler
Which actress won an Oscar for the 1976 film Network?    Faye Dunaway
Which actress won an Oscar for the film Mrs Miniver?    Greer Garson
Which addition to a dessert is particularly associated with the county of Devon?    Clotted Cream
Which advanced Russian submarine was captained by Marko Ramius played by Sean Connery?    Red October
Which African country has a capital city called Malabo?    Equatorial Guinea
Which African country is the setting for 'Black Hawk Down'?    Somalia
Which African leader was known as "The Lion Of Judah"?    Haile Selassie
Which African national leader was assassinated in 1981?    Anwar Sadat
Which afternoon tv painting programme is hosted by Hannah Gordon?    Waterclour Challenge
Which ageing rock band were the subject of a 1984 spoof documentary film?    Spinal Tap
Which agreement of 1864 regulates the treatment of prisoners of war?    Geneva Convention
Which agreement was signed by John Major in February 1992?    Maastricht Treaty
Which agricultural legislation was repealed on 25th June 1846?    Corn Laws
Which aid to greyhound racing was invented by O.P. Smith in 1912?    Hare
Which aid to motorists was developed by George Westinghouse?    Air Brakes
Which aid to the visually impaired was invented by Benjamin Franklin in 1784?    Bifocal Lens
Which aircraft along with the Supermarine Spitfire was the mainstay of Britains world war II fighter force?    Hawker Hurricane
Which aircraft designer produced the first world war plane called the Camel?    Tommy Sopwith
Which aircraft manufacturing company produced the Halifax bomber?    Handley Page
Which airforce rank is equivalent to the army rank of major?    Squadron Leader
Which alcoholic drink is created by the addition of angostura bitters to a single spirit?    Pink Gin
Which alcoholic drink were we told "Works wonders"?    Double Diamond
Which alcoholic gambler took part in the 1881 gunfight at the OK corral?    Doc Holliday
Which All Saints song reached number 1 in February 2000?    Pure Shores
Which American athlete married the gold medal winning sprinter Florence Griffith?    Al Joyner
Which American athlete won the 200m gold medal at the 1992 Olympic Games?    Gwen Torrance
Which American athlete won the 800 metres gold medal at the Munich Olympics?    David Wottle
Which American athlete won the triple jump gold medal in the 1996 summer Olympic Games?    Kenny Harrison
Which American athlete won three Olympic gold medals during the 1990s?    Gail Devers
Which American author wrote The Cider House Rules (1985) and The World According To Garp (1976)?    John Irving
Which American cartoon film director created the character Droopy?    Tex Avery
Which American city do ice hockey's Bruins come from?    Boston
Which American city has a Spanish name which translates as “The Meadows”?    Las Vegas
Which American city has a Spanish name which translates as “The Meadows”?    Las Vegas
Which American city is nicknamed "Little London" and is home to the US Airforce Academy?    Colorado Springs
Which American comedian was nicknamed "Snozzle"?    Jimmy Durante
Which American country singer played Uncle Jesse in the film version of The Dukes of Hazzard?    Willie Nelson
Which American divorcee married Britain's king Edward VIII?    Wallis Simpson
Which American Federal Holiday takes place on the first Monday in September each year?    Labor Day
Which American female band had a 1990 top ten hit with "Hold on"?    En Vogue
Which American female poet, composer of over 1000 verses, lived from 1830-1866?    Emily Dickinson
Which American female singer had a 1977 top ten hit with "That's What Friends Are For"?    Deneice Williams
Which American female vocal group, two of whom were daughters of members of the Beach Boys, had several hits in the early 1990s?    Wilson Phillips
Which American first became world speedway champion in 1993?    Sam Ermolenko
Which American gangster was nicknamed "Legs"?    John Diamond
Which American general earned his nickname at the 1861 battle of Bull Run?    Stonewall Jackson
Which American golfer became British Open champion in 1973?    Tom Weiskopf
Which American golfer was U.S. Masters champion in 1992?    Fred Couples
Which American groups only British hit was the 1955 "Naughty Lady of Shady Lane"?    Ames Brothers
Which American heiress was kidnapped by terrorists in 1974?    Patty Hearst
Which American jockey was nicknamed "The Kid"?    Steve Cauthen
Which American lexicographer produced his first dictionary in 1828?    Noah Webster
Which American motor cyclist dominated the world 500cc championship in the early 1990s?    Wayne Rainey
Which American musician had a 1971 top ten hit with the theme from the film Shaft?    Isaac Hayes
Which American naval officer was created Commander-in-chief of the Pacific Fleet in 1941?    Chester Nimitz
Which American physicist was in charge of the development of the first atomic bomb?    Robert Oppenheimer
Which American planned operation Desert Storm in 1991?    Norman Schwarzkopf
Which American playwright wrot Whose Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?    Edward Albee
Which American president was born in a log cabin in Kentucky?    Abraham Lincoln
Which American President's statue is in Grosvenor Square, London?    F.D.Roosevelt'S.
Which American rider has won the  world 500cc motorcycling championship five times?    Kevin Schwantz
Which American rock singer was born Vincent Furnier in 1948?    Alice Cooper
Which American rock singer was born Vincent Furnier in 1948?    Alice Cooper
Which American secret agent often visited Del Floria's tailors shop in New York?    Napoleon Solo
Which American Secretary of State won the Pulitzer Prize for History in 1969?    Dean Acheson
Which American silent film comedian was nicknamed "Fatty"?    Roscoe Arbuckle
Which American singer co-starred in 8 films with Jeannette McDonald?    Nelson Eddy
Which American singer had a 1987 top ten hit with the theme song from the tv show Moonlighting?    Al Jarreau
Which American singer had a hit with the song "The Boys of Summer"?    Don Henley
Which American singer had hits with "Honey Come Back" and "Witchita Lineman"?    Glen Campbell
Which American singer was backed by the Teenagers?    Frankie Lymon
Which American sprinter was Olympic 100 metres champion in 1984?    Evelyn Ashford
Which American state is nicknamed the Sunflower State?    Kansas
Which American swimmer won 7 gold medals at a single Olympic games?    Mark Spitz
Which American was nicknamed 'Scarface'?    Al Capone
Which American won the 1988 Olympic gold medal in the women's high jump?    Louise Ritter
Which American won the first ever World's Strongest Man competition?    Bruce Wilhelm
Which American won the Tour de France three times during the 1980s?    Greg Lemond
Which amusement park was opened in 1971 in Florida, USA?    Disney World
Which ancient religious building dating to the 12th century stands on the wooded banks of the river Skell?    Fountains Abbey
Which ancient track was used by religious visitors to Canterbury and Winchester?    Pilgrims' Way
Which animal belongs to the genus tamiusciurus?    Pine Squirrel
Which animal did Alice follow down a hole to Wonderland?    White Rabbit
Which animated film first featured the characters Woody and Buzz Lightyear?    Toy Story
Which Anne Bronte novel featured the Bloomfield family?    Agnes Grey
Which annual entertainment was for many years associated with Ralph Reader?    Gang Show
Which annual event begins at Putney and ends at Mortlake?    Boat Race
Which annual event was won by Pippa Funnell in 2002, 2003 and 2005?    Badminton
Which annual festival on the river Thames first took place in 1839?    Henley Regatta
Which annual horse racing meeting is held every March in Gloucestershire?    Cheltenham Festival
Which annual horse trials were first held in 1961?    Burghley
Which annual musical event was founded by Sir Henry Wood?    Promenade Concerts
Which annual race begins at Putney?    University Boat Race
Which annual reference book listing the famous first appeared in 1849?    Who'S Who
Which annual reference book was first published in 1897?    Pears Cyclopaedia
Which annual sporting event was first held in 1829?    University Boat Race
Which Anthony Trollope novel features John and Eleanor Bold?    Barchester Towers
Which Anthony Trollope novel features John and Eleanor Bold?    Barchester Towers
Which approach to the summit of the Eiger is considered one of the world's most difficult climbs?    North Face
Which appropriately named horse won the 1958 Derby for jockey Charlie Smirke?    Hard Ridden
Which archaeologist discovered the palace of the rulers of Crete at Knossos?    Arthur Evans
Which Archbishop of Canterbury was murdered in 1170?    Thomas A'Becket
Which archbishop of York, in the service of Henry VIII, was charged with high treason in 1530?    Thomas Wolsey
Which are generally accepted to be the two tallest species of dog?    Great Dane & Irish Wolfhound
Which area of ancient woodland straddles the border between north east London and the county of Essex?    Epping Forest
Which area of green land lies between the football stadiums of Liverpool and Everton?    Stanley Park
Which area of physics deals with the movement and behaviour of sub atomic particles?    Wave Mechanics
Which area of Scotland has its administrative headquarters in Inverness?    Highland Region
Which area of shallow sea in Northern Canada was named after the English navigator who discovered it in 1610?    Hudson Bay
Which area of the Arctic Ocean was named after a British admiral who lived from 1774-1857?    Beaufort Sea
Which area of the middle east contains the hills of Samaria and Judaea and part of Jerusalem?    West Bank
Which area of the north Atlantic is noted for its abundance of seaweed?    Sargasso Sea
Which area of woodland was home to Robin Hood and his merry men?    Sherwood Forest
Which arid region of 100, 000 square miles lies mainly within Botswana?    Kalahari Desert
Which artificial device can be used in spinning? (Fishing with artificial bait)    Quill Minnow
Which artist is considered the originator of the art form known as action painting?    Jackson Pollock
Which artistic award was introduced by the Tate Gallery in 1984?    Turner Prize
Which Asian country does Kate Winslet visit in 'Holy Smoke'?    India
Which aspect of motor insurance cover is usually included with fire and theft?    Third Party
Which astronomer discovered the planet Uranus in 1781?    William Herschel
Which athlete obtained British citizenship to enable her to run in the 1984 Olympics?    Zola Budd
Which athlete remained unbeaten in 122 consecutive races?    Ed Moses
Which athlete was nicknamed "The Flying Finn"?    Paavo Nurmi
Which athlete won silver medals in both 100m and 200m at the 1996 Olympic games?    Frankie Fredericks
Which athlete won the London Marathon in 1983 and 1986?    Greta Waitz
Which athlete won the Olympic 5000 and 10000 metres gold medals in 1972 and 1976?    Lasse Viren
Which athlete won the Olympic Decathlon in 1980 and 1984?    Daley Thompson
Which athlete would not take part in a lap of honour after the relay team had won a Commonwealth gold medal?    Darren Campbell
Which Australain tennis player was nicknamed "The Rockhampton Rocket"?    Rod Laver
Which Australian became world Formula 1 champion in 1980?    Alan Jones
Which Australian born composer set many of Rudyard Kipling's works (including The Jungle Book) to music?    Percy Grainger
Which Australian daredevil lost his life this week?    Steve Irwin
Which Australian marsupial was named by early European settlers because of its eerie growl, which starts as a kind of whistle and ends in a bark?    Tasmanian Devil
Which Australian mining town is known as "Silver City" because of its rich deposits of silver, lead and zinc?    Broken Hill
Which Australian painter was well known for his portraits of outlaw Ned Kelly?    Sidney Nolan
Which Australian rock singer died in 1980?    Bon Scott (Of Acdc)
Which Australian school of modernist poets was founded and led by Max Harris?    Angry Penguins
Which Australian swimmer set 39 world records during her career?    Dawn Fraser
Which Australian teen drama was concerned with the trials and tribulations of a group of students from Hartley School in Sydney?    Heartbreak High
Which Australian wine producing region lies approx 30 miles north of Adelaide?    Barossa Valley
Which Austrian discovered the science of genetics through experiments with garden peas?    Gregor Mendel
Which Austrian psychologist founded the school of Individual Psychology?    Alfred Adler
Which Austrian skier won 7 major downhill races including the 1992 Olympic gold during his career?    Patrick Ortlieb
Which Austrian skiier won a record 26 World Cup races and the 1976 Olympic Downhill gold medal?    Franz Klammer
Which author co-founded Spectator with Richard Steele?    Joseph Addison
Which author created the character Richard Hannay?    John Buchan
Which author created the character Simon Templar?    Leslie Charteris
Which author created the characters Kate Hannigan and Tittly Trotter?    Catherine Cookson
Which author created the fictional Captain Ahab?    Herman Melville
Which author created the fictional Captain Ahab?    Herman Melville
Which author created the well known character Harry Lime?    Graham Greene
Which author is probably best known for his adventure novels King Solomon's Mines and She?    Rider Haggard
Which author wrote the Discworld series of books?    Terry Pratchett
Which Avengers character was played by actress Linda Thorson?    Tara King
Which aviation company produced the Hurricane and the Harrier?    Hawker Siddeley
Which avtivity takes place throughout Scotland each New Year?    First Footing
Which award is given to the vessel performing the fastest crossing of the Atlantic Ocean?    Blue Riband
Which award is made to all American servicemen wounded in action?    Purple Heart
Which ball sport is played on a pitch 40 metres long by 20 metres wide?    Handball
Which band had a 1981 number 1 hit with "Don't You Want Me"?    Human League
Which band had a 1981 number 1 hit with "Don't You Want Me"?    Human League
Which band leader's signature tune was Moonlight Serenade?     Glenn Miller
Which band named themselves after a medieval torture device?    Iron Maiden
Which band was formed in 1978 by singer Jim Kerr and guitarist Charlie Burchill?    Simple Minds
Which bandleader used the signature tune "Deep forest"?    Earl Hines
Which bandleader used the signature tune "I'm getting sentimental over you"?    Tommy Dorsey
Which bandleader used the signature tune "In the mood"?    Joe Loss
Which bandleader used the signature tune "Lullaby of Broadway"?    George Shearing
Which bandleader used the signature tune "Moonlight Serenade"?    Glenn Miller
Which bandleader used the signature tune "Nightmare"?    Artie Shaw
Which bandleader used the signature tune "One O'clock Jump"?    Count Basie
Which bandleader used the signature tune "Rhapsody in blue"?    Paul Whiteman
Which bandleader used the signature tune "Say it with music"?    Jack Payne
Which bandleader used the signature tune "Take the A train"?    Duke Ellington
Which bandleader used the signature tune "Woodchopper's ball"?    Woody Herman
Which barrier was originally the marker for the western limit of the City of London?    Temple Bar
Which batsman scored 405 not out in a county match against Somerset in 1988?    Graeme Hick
Which battle fought in 1066 has the same name as a premiership football ground?    Stamford Bridge
Which 'bay' is famous holiday centre on the island of Jamaica?    Montego Bay
Which bay provides the only coastline of Bangladesh?    Bay Of Bengal
Which bay washes the coast of both Spain and France?    Bay Of Biscay
Which BBC comedy series featured a character called Bluebottle?    Goon Show
Which BBC cricket commentator is affectionately known as “Blowers”?    Henry Blofeld
Which BBC radio programmes are broadcast to a global audience from Bush House?    World Service
Which BBC radio station was replaced by Radio 1 in 1967?    Home Service
Which BBC series was first broadcast on the day after JFK was shot in Dallas?    Doctor Who
Which BBC tv studio in Birmingham has closed its doors after 32 years of broadcasting?    Pebble Mill
Which Beatles song begins with the words "Nothing you can do that can't be done"?    All You Need Is Love
Which Beatles song was a number 1 in 1967 and re-entered the charts two decades later?    Hello Goodbye
Which Belfast prison was used to hold terrorist suspects while on remand?    Crumlin Road
Which Belgian driver won the Le Mans 24 hour race six times?    Jackie Ickx
Which Belgian surrealist painter died in 1967?    Rene Magritte
Which Ben began life as a galley slave, befriended an Arab horse owner, saved a magistrate's life, and became the race rider of a two-wheeled horse drawn carriage?    Ben Hur
Which Ben, who had a speech impediment, used to live in the same thing that he was made of?    Ben from 'Bill and Ben', the flowerpot men
Which Benedictine monk a graduate of Ampleforth abbey died from cancer in 1999 aged 76?    Basil Hume
Which Benedictine monk first appeared in the 1977 novel A Morbid Tatse For Bones?    Cadfael
Which Benjamin Britten opera concerns a solitary fisherman?    Peter Grimes
Which bi-annual yachting event begins at Cowes and ends at Plymouth?    Fastnet Race
Which biblical character was responsible for the killing of John the Baptist?    Herod Antipas
Which biblical character wes renowned for his wisdom?    King Solomon
Which bird became extinct in 1844?    Great Auk
Which bird became extinct in 1844?    Great Auk
Which bird has the alternative name " ne-ne"?    Hawaiian Goose
Which bird has the worlds largest wings?    Andean Condor
Which bird is sacred in Peru?    Condor
Which bird is used by Chinese fishermen to catch fish for them?    Cormorant
Which bird native to the island of Mauritius became extinct in the 17th century?    Dodo
Which bird native to the island of Mauritius became extinct in the 17th century?    Dodo
Which bird of prey is alternatively known as the windhover?    Kestrel
Which bird of prey with a characteristic cross shape in flight was successfully reintroduced to Britain from spain in the 1990s after being almost wiped out by pesticides and shooting?    Red Kite
Which bird of prey, persecuted almost to extinction in Britain, is found throughout the world?    Peregrine Falcon
Which bird, feared by sailors, is welcomed by golfers?    Albatross
Which Blue Peter presenter was sacked after taking cocaine?    Richard Baker
Which body of water flows along the Urugay-Argentina border?    River Plate
Which body of water flows through the city of Nottingham/    River Trent
Which body of water lies off the coast of Northern Siberia and receives the waters of the Ob, Yenisey and Taimyra rivers?    Kara Sea
Which body of water lies over 1200ft below sea level?    Dead Sea
Which body of water on the Swiss/Italian border lies about 50 miles northeast of Milan?    Lake Maggiore
Which body of water sperates the islands of Greenland and Iceland?    Denmark Strait
Which Bond film features an indoor pool filled with piranha fish?    You Only Live Twice
Which Bond girl was played by Jill St John in Diamonds Are Forever?    Tiffany Case
Which Bond villain was played by Joseph Wiseman?    Doctor No
Which Bond villain was played by Michel Lonsdale in Moonraker?    Hugo Drax
Which book completes the trilogy with London Match and Mexico Set?    Berlin Game
Which book features characters named Hazel, Fiver and Bigwig?    Watership Down
Which book told the story of the four March sisters?    Little Women
Which booklet was first published by HMSO in 1931?    Highway Code
Which bovine creature did Hercules capture as one of his 12 labours?    Cretan Bull
Which bovine creature of Southern African is known for its huge curved horns?    Cape Buffalo
Which bovine creatures native to Britain are recognised by their reddish brown shaggy coat and their long horns?    Highland Cattle
Which boxer became world champion after defeating Doug de Witt in 8 rounds?    Nigel Benn
Which boxer did Alan Minter defeat twice in world title fights?    Vito Antuofermo
Which boxer did Nigel Benn knock out in the first round of a 1990 world title fight?    Iran Barkley
Which boxer held the WBA junior flyweight title from 1984-1985?    Francois Quiroz
Which boxer won the world junior bantamweight title in Sunderland in 1990?    Roberto Quiroga
Which boxer's first professional defeat was inflicted by James Smith?    Frank Bruno
Which branch of medicine concerns operating on bones or joints?    Orthopaedic Surgery
Which branch of science deals specifically with carbon compounds?    Organic Chemistry
Which branch of the armed forces are known for their red berets?    Parachute Regiment
Which branch of the British armed forces was formed in 1936?    Fighter Command
Which branch of the judiciary ranks second only to the House Of Lords in seniority?    Supreme Court
Which branch of zoology deals with birds and their behaviour?    Ornithology
Which branch of zoology deals with birds and their behaviour?    Ornithology
Which brand of seasoning has been produced in Norwich for almost 200 years?    Colmans Mustard
Which Brando film featured the character Terry Malloy?    On The Waterfront
Which Brazilian won the last of his 3 world championships in 1987?    Nelson Piquet
Which breed of dog has its vision obscured by long hair?    Skye Terrier
Which breed of dog is named after a farmer in Walter Scott's novel Guy Mannering?    Dandie Dinmont
Which breed of dog is photographed on the right?    Clumber Spaniel
Which breed of dog is shown here?    Afghan Hound
Which breed of fowl    Pekin Duck
Which breed of horse has been used as a working horse by the farmers of Wales for a number of centuries?    Welsh Cob
Which breed of snake grows to the greatest length?    Reticulated Python
Which British actor won a posthumous Oscar for his part in the film Network?    Peter Finch
Which British actor won an Oscar for his 1933 portrayal of King Henry VIII?    Charles Laughton
Which British actress, a Dame in 1969, played both Edith Cavell and Florence Nightingale in films?    Anna Neagle
Which British actress, singer, dancer and pianist was born in South Africa in 1923?    Glynis Johns
Which British admiral and cousin of Walter Raleigh commanded the Revenge, Drake's flagship during the Spanish Armada invasion?    Richard Grenville
Which British astronomer was elected to the Royal Society in 1957 and knighted in 1972?    Fred Hoyle
Which British athlete was a world champion in 1987?    Fatima Whitbread
Which British athlete won the 100m gold medal at the Paris Olympic games in 1924?    Harold Abrahams
Which British bird builds its nest in water?    Crested Grebe
Which British boxer lost his world title to Riddick Bowe?    Herbie Hide
Which British boxer lost world title fights to Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier?    Joe Bugner
Which British boxer was defeated in by Muhammad Ali in the 5th round of a 1976 world title fight?    Richard Dunn
Which British boxer went 15 rounds with Joe Louis?    Tommy Farr
Which British cartoonist was known for his drawings of bizarre machinery designed to perform everyday tasks?    Heath Robinson
Which British chess player was defeated by Gary Kasparov in the world championship?    Nigel Short
Which British colony was ceded to China in 1997?    Hong Kong
Which British entertainer was born in 1936 with the surname Hicks?    Tommy Steele
Which British female garden designer and painter was born in 1843?    Gertrude Jekyll
Which British goalkeeper was the first to play in first class matches?    Pat Jennings
Which British golfer won the 1969 British Open at Lytham St Annes?    Tony Jacklin
Which British heavy rock band were involved in an American court case over subliminal lyrics?    Judas Priest
Which British heavyweight boxer was knocked out in world title fights by both Floyd Paterson and Muhammad Ali?    Brian London
Which British insectivore has the scientific name sorex araneus?    Common Shrew
Which British journalist broadcast a radio "Letter From America"?    Alistair Cooke
Which British landmark celebrated its 100th birthday in 1994?    Blackpool Tower
Which British player won a 1961 Wimbledon singles title?    Angela Mortimer
Which British playwright was nominated for an Oscar for the screenplay of 'The Madness of King George'?    Alan Bennett
Which British prime minister captained Britain's Admiral's cup team?    Edward Heath
Which British prime minister resigned over the Suez crisis of 1957?    Anthony Eden
Which British secret agent was cryogenically frozen in 1967 and thawed out 30 years later?    Austin Powers
Which British soldier famous for his exploits during the Indian Mutiny became the first Baron Plassey?    Robert Clive
Which British sporting hero died of cancer at the age of 52 in 2003?    Barry Sheene
Which British swimmer won an Olympic gold medal in 1960?    Anita Lonsbrough
Which British woman won the Ladies Singles at Wimbledon twice in the 1920s and died in 1992 at the age of 96?    Kitty Godfree
Which broad trousers were fashionable in Britain's leading university city between the two world wars?    Oxford Bags
Which broadcasting company has its headquarters in Carlisle?    Border Televison
Which brothers wrote and directed the 1996 film 'Fargo'?    Coen Brothers
Which Brownish - red and black butterfly migrates to Britain from North Africa?    Painted Lady
Which Buckinghamshire hospital has a worldwide reputation as one of the forerunners in the treatment of spinal injuries?    Stoke Mandeville
Which bugle call is sounded at 10pm?    Last Post
Which building designed by Sidney Smith and housing a famous collection of paintings opened in 1897?    Tate Gallery
Which building has since 1953 been the home of the Queen Mother?    Clarence House
Which building in Yorkshire is forever associated with the Bronte family?    Haworth Parsonage
Which building replaced St James's Palace in 1837?    Buckingham Palace
Which business group sold Ideal Homes to Persimmon in 1994?    Trafalgar House
Which came first, Blackpool Tower or the Eiffel Tower?    Eiffel 1889, Blackpool 1894
Which campaign was fought by British troops in Spain and Portugal from 1808-1814?    Peninsular War
Which Canadian actress who began her career in silent films became one of the big MGM stars of the 1930s?    Norma Shearer
Which Canadian athlete won the 1996 Olympic gold medal for 110m hurdles?    Mark Mccoy
Which Canadian city is the northern terminus of the Pan-American Highway?    Dawson Creek
Which Canadian group had a hit with a song called Which Way You Going Billy in 1970?    The Poppy Family
Which Canadian rock singer released the album "Reckless"?    Bryan Adams
Which Canadian singer had a 1990 top ten hit with "Black Velvet"?    Alannah Myles
Which capital city has a name meaning "Good winds"?    Buenos Aires
Which car company was acquired by David Brown in 1946?    Aston Martin
Which car manufacturer was first to install seat belts?    Volvo
Which card game features Mr Bunn the baker, his wife and children?    Happy Families
Which cartoon character made his debut in the 1946 production Walky Talky Hawky?    Foghorn Leghorn
Which cartoon character was created by Reg Smythe?    Andy Capp
Which cartoon character was originally to be called Dippy Dawg?    Pluto
Which cathedral was completed in 1313 after 150 years of construction?    Notre Dame
Which celebrated director made his debut with the 1971 film 'The Island of Doctor Agor'?    Tim Burton
Which celebrated farce by Brendan Thomas contains the line "Brazil, where the nuts come from"?    Charley'S Aunt
Which celebrated forger of fine paintings died in 1984?    Tom Keating
Which census of England was completed in 1086?    Domesday Book
Which ceremony of adulthood is performed for Jewish boys at the age of 13 years?    Bar Mitzvah
Which chain of hills stretches over 500 miles from Virginia to Pennsylvania?    Allegheny Mountains
Which Channel 4 comedy series was concerned with two rival Indian restaurants in London?    Tandoori Nights
Which character created by HG Wells has been played in films by Marlon Brando, Charles Laughton and Burt Lancaster?    Doctor Moreau
Which character created by James Fenimore Cooper was known as "Leather-stocking"?    Natty Bumppo
Which character did Alfie Bass play in the tv show The Army Game?    Boots Bisley
Which character did Bernard Bresslaw play in the tv show The Army Game?    Popeye Popplewell
Which character did Britt Ekland play in The Man With the Golden Gun?    Mary Goodnight
Which character did Claude Rains play in the classic film Casablanca?    Louis Renault
Which character did Diana Rigg play in the tv show The Avengers?    Emma Peel
Which character did Dick Emery play in the tv show The Army Game?    Chubby Catchpole
Which character did Donald Sutherland portray in the film version of M*A*S*H?    Hawkeye Pierce
Which character did George Peppard play in the tv show The A Team?    Hannibal Smith
Which character did Harry Fowler play in the tv show The Army Game?    Flogger Hoskins
which character did Honor Blackman play in the film Goldfinger?    Pussy Galore
Which character did James Garbutt play in the tv series When the Boat Comes In?    Bill Seaton
Which character did Jean Alexander play in Last of the Summer Wine?    Auntie Wainwright
Which character did John Wayne play in the 1939 film Stagecoach?    Ringo Kid
Which character did Katharine Hepburn play in the 1940 film The Philadelphia Story?    Tracy Lord
Which character did Marilyn Monroe play in the film Some Like It Hot?    Sugar Kane
Which character did Mela White play in the tv show Bergerac?    Diamante Lil
Which character did Moray Watson play in Rumpole of the Bailey?    George Frobisher
Which character did Norman Rossington play in the tv show The Army Game?    Cupcake Cook
Which character did Peter Bowles play in Rumpole of the Bailey?    Guthrie Featherstone
Which character did Peter Sellers play in the film Being There?    Chauncey Gardner
Which character did Quentin Tarantino play in his own film Reservoir Dogs?    Mr. Brown
Which character did Ryan O'Neal play in the film Love Story?    Oliver Barrett
Which character did Terence Alexander play in the tv series Bergerac?    Charlie Hungerford
Which character died in the electric chair at the end of the film Angels With Dirty Faces?    Rocky Sullivan
Which character from a 1970s tv cartoon series was married to Lady Hysteria?    Sir Prancelot
Which character from David Copperfield was always waiting for something to turn up?    Wilkins Micawber
Which character from English history was born in York in 1570 and hanged in 1606?    Guy Fawkes
Which character from literature was bullied by Harry Flashman/    Tom Brown
Which character from Russian history was nicknamed "The Mad Monk"?    Grigory Rasputin
Which character from The Fall and Rise of Reginal Perrin was known for his catchphrase "Super!"?    Tony Webster
Which character from the film On The Waterfront said "Charlie, you don't understand.I coulda had class, I coulda been a contender"?    Terry Molloy
Which character from The Old Curiosity Shop is romantically involved with the Marchioness?    Dick Swiveller
Which character from the popular radio series ITMA repeatedly said "Can I do you now sir"?    Mrs Mopp
Which character has been played by both Roger Moore and Ian Ogilvy?    Simon Templar
Which character in literature often threatened to "scream and scream and scream"?    Violet Elizabeth Bott
Which character is most associated with actress Lynda Carter?    Wonder Woman
Which character played by Mr T fought Rocky Balboa?    Clubber Lang
Which character was first played on stage by the actresss Lily Hanbury in 1892?    Lady Windermere
Which character was left at the altar by Emily Nugent?    Leonard Swindley
Which character was played by actor David Jannsen in    Harry Orwell
Which character was played by actress Elizabeth Kelly in Eastenders between the years of 1993 and 1998?    Nellie Ellis
Which character was played by David Jason in The Darling Buds of May?    Pop Larkin
Which character was played by Frederick Pyne in the early days of the tv show Emmerdale Farm?    Matt Skillbeck
Which character was played by Groucho Marx in the film Duck Soup?    Rufus Firefly
Which character was played by in the celebrated film The African Queen?    Rose Sayer
Which character was played by Jack Nicholson in the Oscar winning film One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest?    Randle Mcmurphy
Which character was played by James Beck in Dad's Army?    Private Walker
Which character was played by Jodie Foster in the film Silence Of The Lambs?    Clarice Starling
Which character was played by John Wayne in his only Oscar winning performance?    Rooster Cogburn
Which character was played by Jon Voight in the film Midnight Cowboy?    Joe Buck
Which character was played by Koo Stark in the tv version of Cluedo?    Miss Scarlet
Which character was played by Marlon Brando in the film Apocalypse now?    Colonel Kurtz
Which character was played by Michael Caine in the film Educating Rita?    Frank Bryant
Which character was played by Nick Berry in Eastenders?    Simon Wicks
Which character was played by Paul Newman in the Oscar winning film The Hustler?    Eddie Felson
Which character was played by Philip Latham in The Troubleshooters?    Willy Izzard
Which character was played by Polly James in the tv comedy The Liver Birds?    Beryl Hennessey
Which character was played by Ralph Waite in a tv series set in the American depression?    John Walton
Which character was played by Richard O'Sullivan in the tv show George & Mildred?    Robin Tripp
Which character was played by Stratford Johns in the early tv cop show Z Cars?    Charlie Barlow
Which character was played by Uma Thurman in the film Batman And Robin?    Poison Ivy
Which character was played in Eastenders by stand up comedian Mike Reid?    Frank Butcher
Which character was played on tv by Jack klugman and on film by Walter Matthau?    Oscar Madison
Which character was played on tv by Loretta Swit and on film by Sally Kellerman?    Hotlips Hoolihan
Which charge, invented by Thomas Cromwell, led to the execution of Anne Boleyn?    Adultery and incest with her half-brother
Which charity in aid of the blind was founded by Arthur Pearson?    Saint Dunstan'S
Which charity was founded in 1941 to help young people to fulfil their potential through challenging outdoor activity.    Outward Bound
Which Charles Kingsley novel is set in the magic land of St Brandan's Isle?    Water Babies
Which chart topping duo was composed of Marc Almond and David Ball?    Soft Cell
Which chemical compound has the formula CO2?    Carbon Dioxide
Which chemical compound is emitted through car exhausts?    Carbon Monoxide
Which chemical is found in vinegar?    Acetic Acid
Which chemical when mixed with water produces acetylene?    Calcium Carbide
Which children's cartoon series is a gothic spin off from Danger Mouse?    Count Duckula
Which children's character lives in a pineapple under the sea?    Spongebob Squarepants
Which childrens character stated that he had very little brain and long words bothered him    Pooh Bear
Which childrens characters resided either side of Little Weed?    Flowerpot Men
Which children's film show was presented on tv by Chris Kelly?    Clapper Board
Which children's tv character had a series of adventures after trying on various costumes in the back room of his local tailors?    Mr Benn
Which children's tv character owned a cat named Hamlet?    King Rollo
Which children's tv series is set on a Newcastle housing estate?    Byker Grove
Which Chilean poet and diplomat won the 1971 Nobel Prize for Literature?    Pablo Neruda
Which circular structures were constructed along the south coast of England as a defence against invasion during the Napoleonic wars?    Martello Towers
Which circular volcanic island stands at the entrance to the Firth of Forth?    Bass Rock
Which city has also been known as Petrograd and Leningrad?    Saint Petersburg
Which city in northern Belgium is regarded as one of the world's busiest ports?    Antwerp
Which city is the capital of Kampuchea?    Phnom Penh
Which city of northeast Florida is well known for its motor racing and speed trials?    Daytona Beach
Which city of southeast South Africa stands on an inlet of the Indian Ocean?    Port Elizabeth
Which city to the west of Dallas is built on the site of a military post established in 1840?    Fort Worth
Which civil servant was charged with offences under the Official Secrets Act in 1984 after leaking information about the sinking of the General Belgrano?    Clive Ponting
Which classes should Billy Elliott be going to when he was doing ballet?    Boxing
Which classic children’s book is subtitled The Autobiography Of A Horse?    Black Beauty
Which classic film is set in the town of Hadleyville?    High Noon
Which classic horror movie took place within the grounds of the Bates Motel?    Psycho
Which classic horror starred Jack Nicholson as the custodian of the Overlook Hotel?    The Shining
Which classic sci-fi tv series was created by Leslie Stevens?    Outer Limits
Which club is Mike Bassett (Ricky Tomlinson) managing when he receives the call to the England managers job?    Norwich City
Which club plays home football matches at East End Park?    Dunfermline Athletic
Which club were defeated in the so called 'Stanley Matthews' Cup final?    Bolton Wanderers
Which club were the last winners of the FA Amateur Cup in 1974?    Bishops Stortford
Which cocktail consists of gin, brandy, lemon or lime juice, egg white and Grenadine?    Pink Lady
Which cocktail consists of gin, lime juice, sugar and soda water?    Tom Collins
Which cocktail consists of rum, coconut cream and unsweetened pineapple juice?    Pina Colada
Which cocktail consists of rum, cola, lime juice and ice?    Cuba Libre
Which cocktail consists of2 oz. Of Scotch, 1 oz. Of Drambuie and a lemon twist, served on the rocks?    Rusty Nail
Which cocktail is created from a spirit made from juniper berries which is mixed with cherry brandy, soda water and lemon juice?    Gin Sling
Which cocktail is made from cahampagne and orange juice?    Bucks Fizz
Which cocktail is made from champagne and orange juice?    Bucks Fizz
Which cocktail is made from Pernod, vodka and blackcurrant juice?    Red Witch
Which cocktail is made of gin or vodka, with lemonade, ice and blue curacao?    Blue Lagoon
Which cocktail is said to have been invented in the bar room of Raffles Hotel?    Singapore Sling
Which cocktail is said to have been named from the effect it had on one of the people who drank it?    Harvey Wallbanger
Which cocktails main ingredients are brandy and ginger?    Horses Neck
Which code must the crew of the star ship Enterprise follow above all others?    Prime Directive
Which Coen Brothers film is set in Ed Crane's hairdressers shop?    The Barber
Which coin was removed from circulation in 1970?    Half Crown
Which collection includes the Kohinoor and Star of India?    Crown Jewels
Which collective name is given to high street financial institutions which provide facilities for members of the public to write cheques?    Clearing Banks
Which collective name is given to newspapers such as the Sun, Star, Mirror and Express?    Tabloid Press
Which collective name is given to the six US states situated in the northeast of the country?    New England
Which collective term can be applied to the ailments including asbestosis which are  contracted from the workplace?    Industrial Disease
Which collective term describes computer peripherals such as a keyboard, mouse and scanner?    Input Devices
Which collective term describes Queen Elizabeth II and her relatives?    Royal Family
Which collective term describes the western hemisphere, especially the Americas?    New World
Which collective term is used to describe all of the living creatures on our planet?    Animal Kingdom
Which collective term is used to describe Celtic and Rangers football clubs?    Old Firm
Which collective term refers to the two major Glasgow football clubs?    Old Firm
Which colloquial term is used to describe a collection of photographs of known criminlas kept by police for identification purposes?    Rogue'S Gallery
Which colloquial term is used to describe excessive needless bureacracy?    Red Tape
Which colonial administrator founded Singapore?    Stamford Raffles
Which colouless solvent is derived from petrol?    White Spirit
Which colour ball begins a game of snooker nearest to the top cushion?    Black
Which colour flag is used to signal a goal in Gaelic football?    Green
Which coloured pigment is produced by mixing white lead and barium sulphate?    Venetian White
Which coloured pigment is producedby mixing Ferric oxide and calcium sulphate?    Venetian Red
Which comedian    Stephen Fry
Which comedian ended his tv show with the words "Goodnight and may your God go with you"?    Dave Allen
Which comedian is famous for shouting "Mr Grimsdale"?    Norman Wisdom
Which comedian was nicknamed The Rochdale Cowboy    Mike Harding
Which comedy actor and singer was known for his comedy calypsos?    Lance Percival
Which comedy actor died in 1988 after being thrown from a horse during filming?    Roy Kinnear
Which comedy actor retired from Showbiz in Jan    Ronnie Barker
Which comedy actor starred in Haggard and Duty Free?    Keith Barron
Which comedy, musical Western of 1954 starred Rosemary clooney and Guy Mitchell?    Red Garters
Which comic entertainer was nicknamed "The Rochdale Cowboy"?    Mike Harding
Which comic novel told the story of a Hebridean shipwreck?    Whisky Galore
Which comic strip cartoon character owns a dog named Gnasher?    Dennis The Menace
Which comic strip cartoon character owns a dog named Gnasher?    Dennis The Menace
Which comic strip character operated in Mega City One?    Judge Dread
Which comic strip character was created by Alex Raymond in 1934?    Flash Gordon
Which command which may be given to soldiers was also the title of the second album by American rock band Y&T?    Open Fire
Which common phrase means a clear, unobstructed passage?    Plain Sailing
Which common term means "feeling unwell"?    Off Colour
Which companion of Basil Brush went on to work at Aidensfield Police Station?    Derek Fowlds
Which company became the direct competitor of Powergen in 1981?    National Power
Which company dances at Covent Garden?    Royal Ballet
Which company is Britain's largest manufacturer of electrical products?    General Electric
Which company previously occupied the Firstfreeze premises on Linthorpe Road?    Job Lot
Which company promise not to make a drama out of a crisis?    General Accident
Which company runs steam trains on a narrow guage railway from Blaenau to Porthmadog?    Ffestiniog Railway
Which company was founded by caravan manufacturer Sam Alper in 1958?    Little Chef
Which company was founded by Scottish baker William Alexander in 1947 and is now one of the leading UK producers in its sector?    Golden Wonder
Which company was founded by two American friends after they had invented the world’s first portable drill in 1917?    Black & Decker
Which company was founded by two American friends after they had invented the world’s first portable drill in 1917?    Black & Decker
Which company was founded in 1907 by two men forenamed Charles and Henry?    Rolls Royce
Which company was responsible for the chemical disaster at Bhopal in India?    Union Carbide
Which Company which manufactured top of the range cars and aircraft engines was created in 1919?    Armstrong Siddeley
Which competition was held in 1829 to find a locomotive to work on the Manchester to Liverpool railway?    Rainhill Trials
Which composer had brothers called Josef and Eduard?    Johann Strauss
Which composer is probably best known for his four part operatic cycle Ring Of The Niebelung?    Richard Wagner
Which composition by Handel was written for a boating party given by King George I?    Water Music
Which concert was held at Wembley Stadium on July 7th 1985?    Live Aid
Which condition characterised by inflammation of the joints is a common form of bursitis?    Housemaids Knee
Which conductor of the London Philharmonic was the grandson of the inventor of one of Britain's best known medical products?    Thomas Beecham
Which confection is advertised with the slogan "Have a break...."?    Kit Kat
Which confection professed to be "A minty bit stronger"?    Trebor Mints
Which conflict took place between the years 1899-1902?    Boer War
Which Conservative MP admitted having an abortion at the age of 16?    Virginia Bottomley
Which Conservative MP was briefly Lord Chancellor in 1987?    Michael Havers
Which construction stretches from the Solway Firth to the mouth of the River Tyne?    Hadrian'S Wall
Which Coronation Street barmaid was romantically involved with Curly Watts?    Racquel Wolstenhome
Which Coronation street character was played by actor Fred Gee from 1975-1984?    Fred Feast
Which corporation invented a bird called Buzby to assist in their advertising campaign?    British Telecom
Which corps of the British army is responsible for the installation, maintainance and operation of all telecommunications equipment?    Royal Signals
Which country beat England in the Davis Cup recently?    Israel
Which country has borders with Honduras and Guatemala?    El Salvador
Which country has land borders with Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Poland?    Czech Republic
Which country has the highest percentage of its population in the Armed Forces?    North Korea
Which country hosted the summer Olympic games of 1988?    South Korea
Which country is closest to Greenland?    Canada
Which country makes a traditional annual gift of a Christmas tree to Britain?      Norway (Gift From The Citizens Of Oslo)
Which country of north east South America has Cayenne as its capital city?    French Guiana
Which country produces the most wine?    Italy
Which country shares it's name with a nut?    Brazil
Which country shares the island of Hispaniola with Haiti?    Dominican Republic
Which country was the setting for the Meryl Streep film 'A Cry In the Dark'?    Australia
Which county has given its name to a dart board with no treble segments?    Yorkshire
Which county is known as "The Garden of England"?    Kent
Which county was created in 1974 from parts of Staffordshire, Worcestershire and Warwickshire?    West Midlands
Which court was presided over by Judge Jeffreys?    Bloody Assizes
Which courtroom thriller starred Tom Cruise as a Navy lawyer?    A Few Good Men
Which creation of Charles Dickens owned a raven named Grip?    Barnaby Rudge
Which creation of David Bowie sang with the Spiders from Mars?    Ziggy Stardust
Which creature boasts the worlds longest horns?    Indian Buffalo
Which creature did Alice follow into Wonderland in the book by Lewis Carroll?    White Rabbit
Which creature distributed throughout the entire planet has the scientific name Tyto Alba?    Barn Owl
Which creature does the harpy eagle feed principally upon?    Capuchin Monkey
Which creature feeds exclusively on mulberry leaves?    Silkworm
Which creature feeds exclusively on mulberry leaves?    Silkworm
Which creature has the scientific name birgus latro?    Robber Crab
Which creature has the scientific name Bufo Bufo?    Common Toad
Which creature has the scientific name canis lupus?    Timber Wolf
Which creature has the scientific name glaucomys sabrinus?    Flying Squirrel
Which creature has the scientific name musca domestica?    House Fly
Which creature has the scientific name orcinus orca?    Killer Whale
Which creature has the scientific name rattus rattus?    Black Rat
Which creature has the scientific name salmo trutta?    Brown Trout
Which creature has the scientific name ursus arctos?    Grizzly Bear
Which creature has two humps on its back?    Bactrian Camel
Which creature is alternatively called cachalot?    Sperm Whale
Which creature is known as tiriganiaq by Eskimo people?    Arctic Fox
Which creature is named from its large nose?    Proboscis Monkey
Which creature is proverbially said to be mad?    March Hare
Which creature lives in a home known as a lodge?    Beaver
Which creature was responsible for spreading the Black Death or Bubonic plague of medieval times?    Brown Rat
Which creatures are proverbially said to be ferocious fighters?    Kilkenny Cats
Which creatures are the cause of the Galapagos Islands being so named?    Giant Tortoises
Which creatures belong the the order squamata and the family boidae?    Boa Constrictor
Which creatures belong to the Desmodonitidae family?    Vampire Bat
Which creatures belong to the family tabanidae?    Horse Fly
Which creatures constitute a single species with the scientific name Thalarctos maritimus?    Polar Bears
Which creatures of Asia, Australia and America belong to the Hylidae family?    Tree Frog
Which creatures of the Birgus genus can weigh up to 20 pounds?    Tree Crab
Which crested sea bird is named after a town in Kent?    Sandwich Tern
Which cricketer was nicknamed "Typhoon"?    Frank Tyson
Which cricketer was nicknamed "Whispering Death"?    Michael Holding
Which crime fighter was played by Kevin Costner in the 1987 film 'The Untouchables'?    Eliot Ness
Which crooner was nicknamed 'Old Blue Eyes'?    Frank Sinatra.
Which crop disease was responsible for the Irish famine of 1845?    Potato Blight
Which Crown Colony became independent as Belize in 1981?    British Honduras
Which crystalline sodium sulphate decahydrate is used in medicine as a laxative?    Glaubers Salt
which culinary term indicates that a dish is served or garnished with mushrooms?    Al Funghi
Which cult tv series was filmed in the town of Portmeirion?    The Prisoner
Which Cumbrian haulier has distinctive green and red wagons each of which are given girls names?    Eddie Stobart
Which currency  would you spend on a visit to the city of    Algerian Dinars
Which currency would you spend on a visit to the city of Baghdad?    Iraqi Dinars
Which currency would you spend on a visit to the city of Nairobi?    Kenyan Shillings
Which current tv show concerns a group of unrelated people living together whose every movement is captured on camera?    Big Brother
Which Czech designed weapon was adopted by the British army in 1935?    Bren Gun
Which Czech novellist invented the word Robot in his book RUR?    Karel Capek
Which Dad's Army character was portrayed by actor Arnold Ridley?    Private Godfrey
Which daily horse racing paper was published for the last time in 1998?    Sporting Life
Which dairy product is associated with the town of Melton Mowbray?    Stilton Cheese
Which dairy product is known for its red skin?    Edam Cheese
Which dame of the British theatre died in 1984 at the age of 82?    Flora Robson
Which dance takes place in a Cornish town on the second Saturday in May each year?    Helston Furry
Which dance was named after the American aviator Charles Lindbergh?    Lindy Hop
Which dangerous area of shifting material lies about 6 miles off the coast of Kent and is exposed at low tide?    Goodwin Sands
Which Danish comedian and pianist died in December 2000?    Victor Borge
Which Danish king became Overlord of Norway on the death of Haarfager?    Harold Bluetooth
Which Danny Boyle film opens with three flatmates conducting interviews for a fourth to share with them?    Shallow Grave
Which Dapne du Maurier novel features a pirate named Jean-Benoit Aubery?    Frenchman'S Creek
Which darts player said in 1982 "I've been described as fat, boozy and toothless. That's about accurate"?    Jocky Wilson
Which daughter of Judy Garland has won a best actress Oscar?    Liza Minelli
Which daughter of writer Vera Brittan became a well known politician?    Shirley Williams
Which day of the Christian calendar commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ?    Easter Sunday
Which day of the year celebrates Jesus' entry into Jerusalem?    Palm Sunday
Which day precedes the first day of Lent?    Shrove Tuesday
Which deadly disease was deliberately introduced to the rabbit population?    Myxomotosis
Which decisive battle of the English Civil War was fought on July 2nd 1644?    Marston Moor
Which decoration is awarded to American servicemen wounded in action?    Purple Heart
Which decoration is awarded to American servicemen wounded in action?    Purple Heart
Which defensive construction was built around 140AD by Lollius Urbicus govenor of Britain?    Antonine Wall
Which department store was founded in Holland by two German brothers, has 500 stores worldwide but withdrew from Britain in 2001?    C&A
Which desert region is located in the southwest central part of Asian Russia?    Kara Kum
Which design style characterised by bold colours and straight lines began to regain popularity in the 1970s and 80s?    Art Deco
Which dessert consists of a particular fruit baked until it is almost a puree and topped with buttered and sugared bread which is crisp and golden?    Apple Charlotte
Which device usually in the shape of a sock or bag is pulled along the sea bed to catch fish?    Trawl Net
Which device was invented by the American Isaac M. Singer?    Sewing Machine
Which device was used in medieval times to ascertain whether a woman was a witch or not?    Ducking Stool
Which device worn over the nose and mouth is used to assist breathing?    Oxygen Mask
Which dictionary of synonyms was first published in 1852 and compiled by a London born physician?    Roget'S Thesaurus
Which director's credits include 'Vixen' and 'Supervixens'?    Russ Meyer
Which discipline always completes an equestrian Three Day Event?    Show Jumping
Which discovery allowed Egyptian heiroglyphics to be finally understood?    Rosetta Stone
Which disease is associated with severe weight loss?    Anorexia Nervosa
Which disease is common among sumo wrestlers?    Diabetes
Which disease is transmitted to humans by the mosquito?    Yellow Fever
Which disease is transmitted to humans by the tsetse fly?    Sleeping Sickness
Which disease killed 70,000 Londoners in 1665?    Great Plague
Which disease means bad air in Italian?    Malaria
Which disease of the blood is caused by a lack of vitamin B12?    Pernicious Anaemia
Which dish consists of a baked stew of meat and vegetables covered with a layer of sliced potato?    Lancashire Hotpot
Which dish was created by mistake by a fourteen year-old assistant waiter Henri Carpentier at the Maitre at Monte Carlo's Café de Paris?    Crepe Suzette
Which Disney weepie cartoon was based on a novel by Felix Salten?    Bambi
Which Disney weepie cartoon was based on a novel by Felix Salten?    Bambi
Which dispute were Britain and Iceland involved in during the 1970s?    Cod War
Which distinguished British actor appeared in the television shows The Liars, The Duchess of Duke Street, Something in Disguise?    Richard Vernon
Which doctor was directly responsible for the birth of Louise Brown, the world's first test tube baby?    Patrick Steptoe
Which doctrine formulated by the Roman Catholic Vatican Council in 1870, stated that the pope, was protected from error by God?    Papal Infallibility
Which document states the duties that have to be performed by a worker and what place that worker holds within the company?    Job Description
Which dog, bred as a cross between the otterhound and two other breeds was named after the area of Yorkshire in which it originated?    Airedale Terrier
Which dormant volcano is also the highest peak in Japan?    Mount Fuji
Which drama series showing contemporary plays was first broadcast by ITV in 1956?    Armchair Theatre
Which dressmaker to Queen Elizabeth II also began designing for men in 1959?    Hardy Amies
Which drink has three basic varieites named Dry, Sweet and Rough?    Cider
Which drink is made by mixing lager and cider?    Snake Bite
Which drummer had a big hit with Danve With the Devil?    Cozy Powell
Which Dustin Hoffman film was set in a Cornish village?    Straw Dogs
Which Dutch artist is best known for his painting "The Laughing Cavalier"?    Frans Hals
Which Dutch group had a hit with the song "Radar Love"?    Golden Earring
Which Dutch navigator discovered the island of Tasmania?    Abel Tasman
Which early lifting device is named after its ancient Greek inventor?    Archimedes Screw
Which early member of the human family, 400,000 - 700,000 years old is known to have existed from a fossil discovered in Germany in 1907?.    Heidelberg Man
Which early missionary founded a monastery on the island of Iona?    Saint Columba
Which early steam locomotive was designed by William Hedley to work on the Northumberland coal fields?    Puffing Billy
Which early tv series was the forerunner of the very popular series The Avengers?    Police Surgeon
Which early type of bicycle had one small and one very large wheel?    Penny Farthing
Which Eastenders character was killed when his car exploded while being chased by Phil Mitchell?    Steve Owen
Which Eastenders character was played by actor Oscar James?    Tony Carpenter
Which edible member of the brassica oleracea family has dark green wrinkled leaves?    Savoy Cabbage
Which Edinburgh school teacher was created by Muriel Spark?    Jean Brodie
Which educational establishment do very young children attend?    Nursery School
Which educational establishment is attended by children aged from 5 to 11?    Primary School
Which educational establishment is attended by pupils between the ages of 11 and 15?    Secondary School
Which educational establishment operates during the evening?    Night School
Which Elizabethan building was at the centre of Britain's first safari park, opened in 1966?    Longleat House
Which Elizabethan mansion has since 1961 staged the country's major autumn three day event?    Burghley House
Which Elizabethan stately home stands 10 miles to the south of Chesterfield?    Hardwick Hall
Which embroidery has 72 scenes depicting the Norman conquest of England?    Bayeux Tapestry
Which embroidery has 72 scenes depicting the Norman conquest of England?    Bayeux Tapestry
Which Emmerdale star was once an assistant of Dr. Who?    Frazer Hines
Which engineer designed the Menai Strait bridge and the Caledonian canal?    Thomas Telford
Which England cricketer and captain was nicknamed "Plum"?    Pelham Warner
Which English chemist is partially credited with the discovery of oxygen and nitrogen?    Joseph Priestley
Which English cotton manufacturer invented the Spinning frame in 1769?    Richard Arkwright
Which English cricketer was nicknamed "Barnacle"?    Trevor Bailey
Which English engineer invented the compound steam turbine?    Charles Parsons
Which English explorer, scientist and  cousin of Charles Darwin founded the science of eugenics?    Francis Galton
Which English football manager was given a knighthood in 1967?    Alf Ramsey
Which English international footballer spent much of his career in Italy?    David Platt
Which English king did Robert the Bruce defeat at the battle of Bannockburn?    Edward Ii
Which English military leader became the first Duke of Marlborough?    John Churchill
Which English mountaineer achieved his ambition of reaching the summit of Mount Everest in 1985?    Chris Bonington
Which English opening batsman scored 262 not out against the West Indies at Kingston in 1974?    Dennis Amiss
Which English poet threw away the Military Cross awarded to him during World War I?    Siegfried Sassoon
Which English portrait painters subjects include Harold Macmillan, Elton John, and the Prince and Princess of Wales?    Bryan Organ
Which English Quaker founded the city of Philadelphia in 1682?    William Penn
Which English Quaker founded the city of Philadelphia in 1682?    William Penn
Which English rider was world speedway champion in 1976?    Peter Collins
Which English scientist first delivered the series of Royal Institution Christmas lectures?    Michael Faraday
Which English soccer club are nicknamed The Pilgrims?    Plymouth Argyle
Which English writer and politician created the well known police sergeant George Dixon?    Ted Willis
Which Englishman died in a Sydney hotel room in 1968?    Tony Hancock
Which Englishman was world speedway champion in 1980?    Michael Lee
Which Englishman won silver medals for judo at the 1980 and 1984 olympic games?    Neil Adams
Which entertainer gained fame through his comic monologues, including the story of Albert Ramsbottom, eaten by a lion at Blackpool Zoo?    Stanley Holloway
Which entertainer was associated with the phrase "Hello playmates"?    Arthur Askey
Which entertainer was christened Frederick Powell?    Freddie Starr
Which equestrian star was the brother of show jumper Liz Edgar?    David Broome
Which equine creature is the national symbol of Mongolia and is the only one of its species living in the wild?    Przewalski'S Horse
Which Erskine Caldwell novel tells of poor white people in Georgia who are thrown off their land?    Tobacco Road
Which establishment is attended by children between the ages of 7-11?    Junior School
Which establishment was Captain Snort in charge of in the tv puppet show Camberwick Green?    Pippin Fort
Which Ethiopian athlete was Olympic marathon champion in 1960 and 1964?    Abebe Bikila
Which European championship was won by Southgate in 1986/7/8?    Hockey
Which Evelyn Waugh novel features Lord and Lady Marchmain?    Brideshead Revisited
Which event takes place biennially in October at the NEC Birmingham?    Motor Show
Which event, held annually since 1880, was held for the final time in early August 1999?    Royal Tournament
Which ex motor racing world champion was also a clay pigeon shooting champion    Jackie Stewart
Which ex Scottish miner is now Britain's best known artist?    Jack Vetriano
Which expanse of sand, around 1km in length, is situated in the suburb of Waverley?    Bondi Beach
Which expanse of water washes the coast of both Romania and Turkey?    Black Sea
Which exterminator of vermin was created by poet Robert Browning?    Pied Piper
Which extreme right wing political party was founded in 1967?    National Front
Which extremely patriotic fictional ex-army officer battled with international criminal Carl Peterson?    Bulldog Drummond
Which famous actor became mayor of the Californian town of Carmel?    Clint Eastwood
Which famous actor became mayor of the Californian town of Carmel?    Clint Eastwood
Which famous actor became mayor of the Californian town of Carmel?    Clint Eastwood
Which famous American is reputed to have owned up to chopping down a cherry tree as a boy?    George Washington
Which famous architect designed St Paul's Cathedral?    Christopher Wren
Which famous area of raised ground with an ancient fort built on top of it is situated near the village of Batheaston in Somerset?    Solsbury Hill
Which famous artist began his career in the s when he took drawing lessons in Brussels?    Vincent Van Gogh
Which famous artist created the series of paintings known as The Rake's Progress?    William Hogarth
Which famous artist painted the Mona Lisa?    Leonardo Da Vinci
Which famous artist specialised in paintings of London and Venice?    Giovanni Canaletto
Which famous artists work included the etchings entitled The Disasters of War?    Francisco Goya
Which famous artists work included the painting entitled The Scream?    Edvard Munch
Which famous artists work included the painting Guernica?    Pablo Picasso
Which famous artists work included the painting Le Dejeuner Sur L'herbe?    Claude Monet
Which famous artists work included the painting of Campbell's Soup Cans?    Andy Warhol
Which famous artists work included the painting Persistance of Memory?    Salvador Dali
Which famous artists work included the painting The Blue Boy?    Thomas Gainsborough
Which famous author of adventure stories was born in Edinburgh on 15th August 1771?    Sir Walter Scott
Which famous author of adventure stories was born in Edinburgh on 15th August 1771?    Sir Walter Scott
Which famous bobsleigh track was built in 1884 by Major Bulpetts?    Cresta Run
Which famous book was based on the real life experiences of a sailor named Alexander Selkirk?    Robinson Crusoe
Which famous British engineer and car designer died in a flying accident in 1910?    Charles Rolls
Which famous building has the address 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue?    White House
Which famous car was designed in the 1930s by Ferdinand Porsche?    Volkswagen Beetle
Which famous cartoon character was created by artist Grim Natwick in the late 1920s?    Betty Boop
Which famous catholic clergyman lived from 1801 to 1890 and was declared venerable in 1990?    Cardinal Newman
Which famous choral work by Benjamin Britten uses the poems of Wilfred Owen?    War Requiem
Which famous cyclist was nicknamed The Pirate?    Marco Pantani
Which famous Englishman had the middle names Leonard Spencer?    Winston Churchill
Which famous Englishman is reputed to have uttered the dying words "Kiss me Hardy"?    Horatio Nelson
Which famous Englishman was stabbed to death by Hawaiian natives in 1779?    James Cook
Which famous film featured the one eyed marshal Rooster Cogburn?    True Grit
Which famous gardener was nicknamed "Capability"?    Lancelot Brown
Which famous golfer was killed in a 1999 air accident?    Payne Stewart
Which famous gymnast married the American Bart Connor?    Nadia Comeneci
Which famous holiday resort is situated on the island of Jamaica?    Montego Bay
Which famous horse who won 17 of his 18 races was named after a character created by Arthur Conan Doyle?    Brigadier Gerard
Which famous horse won the Cheltenham Gold Cup in five consecutive years?    Golden Miller
Which famous horse won the Derby and the Eclipse Stakes in 1971?    Mill Reef
Which famous illustrator of children's books lived from 1846-1901?    Kate Greenaway
Which famous Italian artist and sculptor died at the age of 88 in 1564?    Michaelangelo
Which famous Italian artist and sculptor died at the age of 88 in 1564?    Michaelangelo
Which famous Italian artist was noted for his mythological and religious paintings?    Alessandro Botticelli
Which famous literary work tells of the trials and tribulations of a man on his way to the Celestial City?    Pilgrim'S Progress
Which famous literary work was written in the churchyard at Stoke Poges?    Gray'S Elegy
Which famous make of aircraft was named after the creature with the scientific name Lymantria Dispar?    Gypsy Moth
Which famous mathematician and astronomer was born in the Italian city of Pisa in 1564?    Galileo
Which famous mathematician and astronomer was born in the Italian city of Pisa in 1564?    Galileo
Which famous medical practitioner was created by A.J.Cronin?    Doctor Finlay
Which famous modern English artists work includes the painting My Parents (1977)?    David Hockney
Which famous music hall was constructed in Paris in 1869?    Folies Bergere
Which famous musician played the part of Curtis in `The Blues Brothers`?    Cab Calloway
Which famous New York bank was founded in 1877 by John Thompson?    Chase Manhattan
Which famous painter died at the age of 91 in 1973?    Picasso
Which famous painter died at the age of 91 in 1973?    Picasso
Which famous palace was constructed by Cardinal Wolsey early in the 16th century?    Hampton Court
Which famous person is associated with Longstone lighthouse?    Grace Darling
Which famous person is associated with Longstone lighthouse?    Grace Darling
Which famous person was born in 1963 with the real surname Panayiotu?    George Michael
Which famous person was born in the Cumbrian town of Ulverston in 1892?    Stan Laurel
Which famous person was born on July 1st 1961 near the town of Sandringham, Norfolk?    Diana Spencer
Which famous person was born on October 12th 1935 in Modena?    Luciano Pavarotti
Which famous piece of music was used by Torvill and Dean in their 1984 Olympic routine?    Bolero
Which famous racing obstacle is named after the Captain whose horse Conrad fell there in 1839?    Becher'S Brook
Which famous record company was founded by Berry Gordy in the city of Detroit in 1959?    Motown
Which famous religious building dedicated to the catholic faith was completed in 1903?    Westminster Cathedral
Which famous road runs for 2,200 miles from Michigan Avenue in Chicago to Ocean Avenue in Santa Monica, California?    Route 66
Which famous road runs for 2,200 miles from Michigan Avenue in Chicago to Ocean Avenue in Santa Monica, California?    Route 66
Which famous road runs for 20 miles from downtown Los Angeles through Beverly Hills and Hollywood ending at Malibu on the Pacific coast?    Sunset Boulevard
Which famous road runs for 20 miles from downtown Los Angeles through Beverly Hills and Hollywood ending at Malibu on the Pacific coast?    Sunset Boulevard
Which famous scientist lived from 1564-1642?    Galileo Galilei
Which famous ship is currently being restored to former glory in a Bristol dockyard?    Great Britain
Which famous show jumper rode an equally famous horse called Foxhunter?    Harry Llewellyn
Which famous showjumper rode an equally famous horse called Foxhunter?    Harry Llewellyn
Which famous showjumper rode an equally famous horse named Foxhunter?    Harry Llewellyn
Which famous singer was born in 1943 with the real surname Earle?    Diana Ross
Which famous singer was christened with the name Alfredo Cocozza?    Mario Lanza
Which famous song was first sung in the film Holiday Inn?    White Christmas
Which famous sport stars father, Peter was jailed for tax offences in 19?    Steffi Graf
Which famous steam engine was designed by Nigel Gresley?    Flying Scotsman
Which famous theatre was opened in 1910?    London Palladium
Which famous tourist attraction is split into the American and the Horseshoe by Goat Island?    Niagara Falls
Which famous western author wrote "Riders of the Purple Sage"?    Zane Grey
Which famous work of art is alternatively known as "La Gioconda"?    Mona Lisa
Which famous work was written by Karl Marx while living in London?    Das Kapital
Which famous writer was born on 23rd April and died on 23rd April?    Shakespeare
Which far left political organisations members were expelled from the Labour party during the 1980s?    Militant Tendency
Which fashion style was in vogue between the years 1890-1910?    Art Nouveau
Which fashionable coastal resort of Florida lies to the north of Fort Lauderdale?    Palm Beach
Which fashionable residential community and winter resort in California is noted for its golf courses?    Palm Springs
Which fat, jolly, and somewhat disreputable character appears in Shakespeare's Henry IV and Merry Wives of Windsor?    Sir John Falstaff
Which fearsome creature is said to live in the Himalayas?    Abominable Snowman
Which feat of engineering designed by Ferdinand de Lesseps was completed in 1914?    Panama Canal
Which fee - paying independent educational establishment in North London was founded in 1571 and opened in 1611?    Harrow School
Which femal writers recent works include The Good Terrorist 1985, and The Fifth Child 1988?    Doris Lessing
Which female duo had a 1984 top ten hit with "Since Yesterday"?    Strawberry Switchblade
Which female gang did Olivia Newton-John join in the film Grease?    Pink Ladies
Which female reporter was the colleague of Clark Kent?    Lois Lane
Which female singer had 1 solo hit and four hits as a duet with her brother?    Marie Osmond
Which female singer had a chart hit with "Temma Harbour"    Mary Hopkin
Which female singer had a hit with "Listen To My Heart"?    Taylor Dayne
Which female singer had a top 20 hit with 'The Loco-motion' in 1962 and again in 1972?    Little Eva
Which female singer had a top 20 hit with 'The Loco-motion' in 1962 and again in 1972?    Little Eva
Which female singer had top ten hits during the '70s with "Love me" and "If I can't have you"?    Yvonne Elliman
Which female singer suffered a "Total Eclipse of the Heart" in 1983?    Bonnie Tyler
Which female singer suffered a "Total Eclipse of the Heart" in 1983?    Bonnie Tyler
Which festival is held annually by singers from Gloucester, Hereford and Worcester?    Three Choirs
Which fictional animal is said to deliver chocolate to children once a year at springtime?    Easter Bunny
Which fictional character first appeared in the novel The Missing Millionaire by Hal Meredith?    Sexton Blake
Which fictional character grew up in the town of Smallville?    Clark Kent
Which fictional character had a servant called Kato who was played on film by Bert Kwouk?    Inspector Clouseau
Which fictional character is known as pine nose?    Pinnochio
Which fictional character made his first appearance in a story called The Roman Hat Mystery in 1929?    Ellery Queen
Which fictional character provided the filling for Mrs Lovett's meat pies?    Sweeney Todd
Which fictional character visited the lands of Lilliput and Brobdingnagg?    Lemuel Gulliver
Which fictional character was based on the real life adventures of Scotsman Alexander Selkirk?    Robinson Crusoe
Which fictional character was referred to as the "fat owl of the remove"?    Billy Bunter
Which fictional character wore a hat bearing the legend 10/6d?    Mad Hatter
Which fictional detective was created by the cartoonist Chester Gould in 1931?    Dick Tracy
Which fictional group gained entry to their meetings with the password "Guy Fawkes"?    Secret Seven
Which fictional inspector was created by Ngaio Marsh?    Roderick Alleyn
Which fictional race of humanoids originte from the planet Gallifrey?    Time Lords
Which fictional schoolboy was bullied by Harry Flashman?    Tom Brown
Which fictional schoolboy was bullied by Harry Flashman?    Tom Brown
Which fictional schoolboy was created by Richmal Crompton?    William Brown
Which fictional sleuth made his debut in the book Whose Body?    Lord Peter Wimsey
Which fictional sleuth was created by G.K. Chesterton?    Father Brown
Which fictional television character's middle name is Tiberius?    Captain Kirk
Which fictional tv vet has a brother named Seigfried?    Tristan Farnon
Which film  begins with the central character cycling home to the sound of 'The Killing Moon' by Echo & the Bunnymen?    Donnie Darko
Which film begins with Matt Damon employed as a lavatory attendant in New York?    The Talented Mr. Ripley
Which film begins with Pumpkin and Honey Bunny holding up a restaurant?    Pulp Fiction
Which film begins with the camera moving from room to room on the empty spaceship 'Nostromo'?    Alien
Which film begins with two criminals running from the law to the sound of 'Hundred Mile High City' by Ocean colour Scene?    Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels
Which film company was founded in 1935 by J. Arthur Rank and others?    Pinewood Studios
Which film directed by Robert Rodriguez is set one night in a Mexican bar populated by vampires?    From Dusk Till Dawn
Which film ended with James Cagney saying "Made it Ma, top of the world"?    White Heat
Which film featured a minituarised submarine named Proteus?    Fantastic Voyage
Which film featured the character Enrico Bandello?    Little Caesar
Which film featured two bungling burglars named Harry and Marv?    Home Alone
Which film features a club named Jackrabbit Slim's?    Pulp Fiction
Which film features an Avon Lady named Peg Boggs?    Edward Scissorhands
Which film features the intergalactic fast food chain Crumb's Crunchy Delights?    Bad Taste
Which film 'first' took place at the Roosevelt Hotel in 1929?    First Oscar Ceremony
Which film follows the exploits of Captain Benjamin Willard and Captain Walter Kurtz in Vietnam?    Apocalypse Now
Which film had a theme tune entitled 'Cavatina'?    The Deer Hunter
Which film had the tagline ”An adventure 65 million years in the making”?    Jurassic Park
Which film had the tagline ”An adventure 65 million years in the making”?    Jurassic Park
Which film is set in the world's most powerful law firm where the senior partner is the Devil himself?    Devil'S Advocate
Which film of 1973 starring Robert Redford and Paul Newman won the Oscar for best picture?    The Sting
Which film of recent years is concerned with a captive killer whale?    Free Willy
Which film of the 1990s featured a character named Harvey Two Face?    Batman Forever
Which film opens with the Gekko brothers on the run after killing a number of law officers?    From Dusk Till Dawn
Which film saw 12 year old Regan MacNeil possessed by a demonic spirit?    The Exorcist
Which film set in Los Angeles in 2019 stars Harrison Ford as replicant killer Rick Deckard?    Blade Runner
Which film shots are removed from the finished film by the editor?    Out Takes
Which film star was nicknamed The Singing Cowboy    Gene Autry
Which film starred Ray Milland as an alcoholic?    Lost Weekend
Which film starring al Pacino takes place inside a New York bank after a robbery goes wrong and the robbers are trapped inside?    Dog Day Afternoon
Which film starring Charlton Heston was remade in with Mark    Planet of the Apes
Which film starring Mark Wahlberg as an ex-con is set in the rail yards of Queens where contractors repair and rebuild the city's subway cars?    The Yards
Which film starring Robin Williams takes place within the walls of Welton Academy?    Dead Poet'S Society
Which film stars Clint Eastwood as a hell-raising career marine sergeant who whips a squadron of young recruits into shape?    Heartbreak Ridge
Which film takes place in the mansion home of retired film actress Norma Desmond?    Sunset Boulevard
Which film was advertised with the tagline ‘No sex, no booze, no men, no way’?    Sister Act
Which film was awarded 11 Oscars in 1960?    Ben Hur
Which film was based on the life of Fanny Brice?    Funny Girl
Which film won the 1988 Best Picture Oscar?    Rain Man
Which film won the best picture Oscar in 1961?    West Side Story
Which firm of chemists and hardware merchants founded in 1848 was absorbed by Boots in 1968?    Timothy Whites
Which first name was shared by three of the wives of King Henry VIII?    Catherine
Which first name was shared by three of the wives of King Henry VIII?    Catherine
Which fish (Trachurus trachurus), is common on British coasts, where the young are often found in large shoals sheltering beneath jellyfish?    Horse Mackerel
Which fishing port and resort in Dorset is renowned for its ancient stone breakwater known as the Cobb?    Lyme Regis
Which five different colours are the balls used to draw the national lottery numbers?    White 1-9 Blue 11-19 Pink 20-29 Green 30-39 Yellow 40-49
Which five jockeys have ridden the most winners in a career? (flat racing)    Gordon Richards 4870, Pat Eddery 4632, Lester Piggott 4493, Willie Carson 3828, Doug Smith 3111
Which flag does a vessel fly when it is about to leave port?    Blue Peter
Which flat jockey was nicknamed "The Choiboy"?    Walter Swinburn
Which flat topped peak overlooks the South African city of Capetown?    Table Mountain
Which Flemish artist of the 16th century is renowned for his paintings of peasant life?    Pieter Bruegel
Which flower girl was tutored by Professor Henry Higgins?    Eliza Dolittle
Which foodstuff can consist of a semicircular folded pastry case filled with Bramley's?    Apple Turnover
Which foodstuff consists of a single slice of bread with a topping?    Open Sandwich
Which foodstuff consists of meat and vegetables in a shortcrust pastry case?    Cornish Pasty
Which foodstuff consists of minced meat covered with a layer of mashed potato?    Cottage Pie
Which foodstuff is made from bread dough, lard, dried fruit and sugar?    Lardy Cake
Which foodstuff is made from dried edible seaweed?    Laver Bread
Which foodstuff was invented by colonists of New England in the 1790s?    Tomato Ketchup
Which football club are nicknamed "The Latics"    Wigan Athletic
Which football club are nicknamed the Cobblers?    Northampton Town
Which football club are nicknamed The Foxes?    Leicester City
Which football club changed their name to Livingstone in 1996?    Meadowbank Thistle
Which football club have a fanzine named Popular Stand?    Doncaster Rovers
Which football club play home matches at Edgeley Park?    Stockport County
Which football club play home matches at Gay Meadow?    Shrewsbury Town
Which football club play home matches at the McAlpine Stadium?    Huddersfield Town
Which football club play in black and white hoops and have their home ground at Firs Park?    East Stirling
Which football club play their home games at Recreation Park?    Alloa Athletic
Which football club play their home matches at Boothferry Park?    Hull City
Which football club play their home matches at Muirton Park in Perth?    Saint Johnstone
Which football club play their home matches at the Cliftonhill Stadium?    Hamilton Academicals
Which football club play their home matches in Cleethorpes?    Grimsby Town
Which football club plays home games at the County Ground?    Swindon Town
Which football club plays home matches at Firhill Park?    Partick Thistle
Which football club plays home matches at Stark's Park?    Raith Rovers
Which football club plays its home matches at Cliftonhill Stadium?    Albion Rovers
Which football club were founded in 1883 under the name Black Arabs F.C?    Bristol Rovers
Which football club's home ground is situated on Love Street?    Saint Mirren
Which football league club has a fanzine entitled 'Jackanory'?    Swansea City
Which football manager is associated with the phrase "Do I not like that"?    Graham Taylor
Which football manager was granted a knighthood in 1999?    Alex Ferguson
Which football team are known as the Pilgrims    Plymouth Argyle
Which football team are known as the Seagulls?    Brighton & Hove Albion
Which football team are nicknamed The Cockerels?    Tottenham Hotspur
Which football team are nicknamed The Shire and play home games at Firs Park?    East Stirling
Which football team finished bottom of the Football League last season (?    Doncaster Rovers
Which footballer was known as "The Preston Plumber"?    Tom Finney
Which form of ancient Chinese martial art involves slow graceful movements?    Tai Chi
Which former Boro player is currently wearing the number 8 shirt for Cardiff City?    Graham Kavanagh
Which former convict became Pip's benefactor in Great Expectations?    Abel Magwitch
Which former England cricketer was nicknamed "Gnome"?    Keith Fletcher
Which former Foreign Secretary was one of the founders of the SDP in 1981?    David Owen
Which former Formula 1 world champion was killed in an aircraft crash today in 1975?    Graham Hill
Which former member of the Eagles co-founded Mission Records in the 1990s?    Glenn Frey
Which former occupant of 25, Cromwell Street, Gloucester committed suicide in prison?    Fred West
Which former page 3 girl had top 20 hits including "Touch Me"?    Samantha Fox
Which former rugby player was one of the first captains on A Question of Sport?    Cliff Morgan
Which former Tennessee congressman died at the seige of the Alamo in 1836?    Davy Crockett
Which former tv commentator would you associate with the phrase "Oh I say!"    Dan Maskell
Which former Wimbledon champion died on 6th February 1993?    Artur Ashe
Which Formula 1 driver began his career as No 2 to Jack Brabham in 1959?    Bruce Mclaren
Which fortification was constructed along the Franco-German border between the 2 world wars?    Maginot Line
Which founder members of the Football League resigned in 1962 over financial problems?    Accrington Stanley
Which founder of a famous news agency died in 1899?    Paul Reuter
Which four chemical elements combine to form baking soda?    Sodium Hydrogen Carbon Oxygen (Nahco3)
Which four different words can go before the word ‘wolf’ to make the name of an accepted species?    Grey, Timber, Red, Prairie
Which fps unit is equal to 500 foot-pounds per second (equivalent to 746 watts)?    Horse Power
Which Francis Ford Coppola film follows the people who visit a famous night club in Harlem?    The Cotton Club
Which Frank Sinatra song was recorded by Sid Vicious?    My Way
Which French artist created The Pink Nude?    Henri Matisse
Which French artist settled on the island of Tahiti?    Paul Gaugin
Which French born English author wrote The Bad Child's Book of Beasts?    Hilaire Belloc
Which French city stands at the mouth of the river Seine?    Le Havre
Which French constitutional regime ended on October 4th 1958?    Fourth Republic
Which French gymnast had an item of clothing named after him?    Leotard
Which French hero was created by Baroness Orczy?    Scarlet Pimpernel
Which French painter and sculptor was known especially for his studies of ballet dancers?    Edgar Degas
Which French phrase in common usage actually means "chewed paper"?    Papier Mache
Which French phrase in common use actually translates into English as "high dressmaking"?    Haute Couture
Which French phrase literally means "already seen"?    Deja Vu
Which French phrase meaning 'great prize' is used extensively in sport?    Grand Prix
Which French phrase means "all together"?    En Masse
Which French phrase means "already done"?    Fait Accompli
Which French phrase means "false step"?    Faux Pas
Which French phrase means "one who enjoys life"?    Bon Vivant
Which French phrase means a love letter?    Billet Doux
Which French phrase translates literally as "Stroke of state"?    Coup D'Etat
Which French physicist gave his name to the unit of electric current?    Andre Ampere
Which French Scholastic philosopher is remembered for his love affair with Heloise?    Peter Abelard
Which French singer had a 1974 number one hit with "She"?    Charles Aznavour
Which French tennis player won the Wimbledon mixed doubles with Tony roche?    Francoise Durr
Which French term is used to describe food prepared to a very high standard?    Cordon Bleu
Which French term means the ability to respond to any given situation tactfully?    Savoir Faire
Which French term translates literally as "outside the work"?    Hors D'Oevres
Which fruit is a hybrid of a plum and a peach?    Nectarine
Which fruity buns can be made from these ingredients? Dried sultanas, Margarine, Moist brown sugar, Self raising flour, Egg    Rock Cake
Which fugus disease causes timber to become brittle and to crumble to powder?    Dry Rot
Which function on a video recorder allows rapid advancement of the tape?    Fast Forward
Which furry creatures are supposed to keep Wimbledon Common clean?    The Wombles
Which furry creatures were created by Elizabeth Beresford?    Wombles
Which game is played in a courtyard surrounded by sloping roofs?    Real Tennis
Which game is regularly played in Windsor Great Park?    Polo
Which game show did Les Dawson take over from Terry Wogan    Blankety Blank
Which game was invented by the pupils of Harrow School?    Squash
Which game was originally known as 'butts' as wine barrels were used as the target?    Darts
Which gangster and murder was played by James Cagney in the film White Heat?    Cody Jarrett
Which geographical feature is known as a bayou in America?    Oxbow Lake
Which geographical feature on the Hebridean island of Staffa gave its name to an overture by the composer Mendelssohn?    Fingal'S Cave
Which George Bernard Shaw play is about a character in the Salvation Army?    Major Barbara
Which George Eliot character is a weaver in the village of Raveloe whose life savings are stolen?    Silas Marner
Which German athlete was Olympic champion at 110 metres hurdles for men in the Moscow games of 1980?    Thomas Munkelt
Which german born artist spent who much of his time working in England is noted for his portraits and religious paintings?    Hans Holbein
Which German military religious order was established in the Holy Land during the third Crusade?    Teutonic Knights
Which German Olympic champion was nicknamed 'The Albatross'?    Michael Gross
Which German scientist gave his name to a common temperature scale?    Gabriel Fahrenheit
Which German ship was scuttled in 1939 on the orders of her captain Hans Langdorff?    Graf Spee
Which giant water lily was named after Britains longest reigning monarch?    Victoria Amazonica
Which gift enabled the the Greeks to enter the city of Troy?    Trojan Horse
Which Gilbert and Sullivan operetta is subtitled "CastleAdamant"?    Princess Ida
Which Gilbert and Sullivan operetta is subtitled "The Flowers of Progress"?    Utopia Limited
Which Gilbert and Sullivan operetta is subtitled "The King of Baratavia"?    The Gondoliers
Which Gilbert and Sullivan operetta is subtitled "The Town of Titipu"?    The Mikado
Which golfer has won all the majors except the British Open?    Raymond Floyd
Which golfer was nicknamed "The Black Knight"?    Gary Player
Which golfer's only major championship success came in the 1992 US Open?    Tom Kite
Which govenor of Britain constructed the Antonine Wall?    Lollius Urbicus
Which government agency is responsible for the creation of woodland and its recreational use?    Forestry Commission
Which government agency is situated in the Welsh town of Llantrisant?    Royal Mint
Which government department is responsible for National insurance and pensions?    Social Security
Which government department is responsible for the registration of trade marks and inventions?    Patent Office
Which government department is responsible for the registration of trademarks and industrial designs?    Patent Office
Which great advance in the motoring industry was introduced by Daimler and Benz in 1885?    Petrol Engine
Which green area 8 miles southwest of the centre of London was enclosed by Charles I for deer hunting?    Richmond Park
Which greyhounds preserved body can be seen in London's Museum of Natural History?    Mick The Miller
Which group did Paul Rogers sing with after leaving Free?    Bad Company
Which group did Paul Weller form after leaving Jam?    Style Council
Which group had 1980s hits with "And She Was" and "Radio Head"?    Talking Heads
Which group had 1984 hits with Respect Yourself and Closest Thing To Heaven?    Kane Gang
Which group had a 1966 hit with 'Friday On My Mind'?    The Easybeats
Which group had a 1969 number 1 with the song Something In The Air?    Thunderclap Newman
Which group had a 1970 hit with the song Who Do You Love?    Juicy Lucy
Which group had a 1973 hit with "Stuck in the Middle With You"?    Stealer'S Wheel
Which group had a 1978 hit with the song "British Hustle"?    Hi Tension
Which group had a 1983 number 1 hit with Candy Girl1?    New Edition
Which group had a 1985 hit with the theme tune from the chidrens tv show Inspector Gadget?    Kartoon Krew
Which group had a 1986 hit with "Secret Lovers"?    Atlantic Starr
Which group had a 1988 top ten hit with "Somewhere in my heart"?    Aztec Camera
Which group had a 1990 top ten hit with "I'm Free"?    Soup Dragons
Which group had a hit with "My Camera Never Lies"?    Bucks Fizz
Which group had a hit with '7 Tears'?    Goombay Dance Band
Which group had a hit with Billy Don't Be a Hero?    Paper Lace
Which group had a hit with I'm a Believer?    The Monkees
Which group had a hit with the instrumental "Popcorn" in 1972?    Hot Butter
Which group had a hit with the song "When I'm dead and gone"?    Mcguinness Flint
Which group had a number 1 with an a capella version of the song "Only You"?    Flying Pickets
Which group had a top 20 hit in 1990 with "Circlesquare"?    Wonder Stuff
Which group had the Christmas number 1 of 1984?    Band Aid
Which group had their only hit in 1972 with the largely instrumental Mouldy Old Dough?    Lieutenant Pigeon
Which group had their only hit with the 1965 song "It's Good News Week"?    Hedgehoppers Anonymous
Which group had their only number 1 hit in 1992 with the song "Stay"?    Shakespeare'S Sister
Which group had their only top ten hit with "One and one is one" in 1973?    Medicine Head
Which group had three consecutive number 1 hits in the second half of 1989?    Jive Bunny
Which group had top ten hits with "Angel Face" and "Just For You"?    Glitter Band
Which group had two top 10 hots with "On the Road Again" and "Let's Work Together"?    Canned Heat
Which group includes Tresco, Bryher and St Martin's?    Scilly Isles
Which group invited you to "touch their bums"?    Cheeky Girls
Which group of 19th century Irish terrorists disguised themselves as women?    Molly Maguires
Which group of companies manufacturing and distributing alcoholic and soft drinks began as a tea shop in 1894?    Allied Lyons
Which group of farm workers were transported to Australia in 1834 having been accused of forming a trade union?    Tolpuddle Martyrs
Which group of people sailed to America in the year 1620?    Pilgrim Fathers
Which group of people were created by Mack Sennet?    Keystone Cops
Which group of people were led by Guy Gibson?    Dam Busters
Which group of people were named because they dressed in the same style as young men during the reign of king Edward VII?    Teddy Boys
Which group reached the top ten in 1993 with the song Three Little Pigs?    Green Jelly
Which group recorded the famous album Dark Side of the Moon?    Pink Floyd
Which group recorded their first top ten hit with "Bend me, shape me" in 1968?    Amen Corner
Which group released their first single, a cover of Chuck Berry's "Come On" in 1963?    Rolling Stones
Which group said "John Wayne is big leggy" in 1982?    Haysi Fantayzee
Which group was formed in 1989 by the singer and drummer from The Housemartins?    Beautiful South
Which group was fronted by Buster Bloodvessel?    Bad Manners
Which group were composed of members of the Pearson family?    Five Star
Which group's biggest hit was Get Up And Boogie in 1976?    Silver Convention
Which group's first chart hit was Love is Life in August 1970?    Hot Chocolate
Which groups highest chart hit was "Julie Do Ya Love Me" in 1970?    White Plains
Which group's only chart hit was "American Woman" in 1970?    Guess Who
Which groups only top ten hit was Don't Bring Me Down in 1964?    Pretty Things
Which guitarist had his biggest hit with "Parisienne Walkways"?    Gary Moore
Which guitarist wrote the soundtrack for 'Rush'?    Eric Clapton
Which has been Britain's third best selling car over the last ten years?    Vauxhall Cavalier
Which heroine of a Daniel Defoe novel was a reformed thief?    Moll Flanders
Which high class London hotel has the same name as a type of cabbage?    Savoy
Which high class London hotel has the same name as a type of cabbage?    Savoy
Which high class London residence has the same name as a type of cabbage?    Savoy Hotel
Which high kicking dancing troupe was established by Margaret Kelly?    Bluebell Girls
Which highly venomous African snake can inflate part of its body when aroused?    Puff Adder
Which historic region of Belgium, France and Holland was the scene of fierce fighting in both world wars?    Flanders
Which hit song of 1988 begins with the words "That's all I wanted, something special, something scared in your eyes"?    Father Figure
Which Hitchcock film takes place in the apartment of a wheelchair bound photographer?    Rear Window
Which Hitchcock thriller of 1966 starred Paul Newman and Julie Andrews?    Torn Curtain
Which holiday destination is known as the Italian Riviera?    Lake Garda
Which holy book is often found in hotel rooms?    Gideon Bible
Which hooded outer garment was named after a town in Holland?    Duffle Coat
Which hormone important in the control of blood sugar levels is secreted by the pancreas?    Insulin
Which horror movie takes place in the South Carolina town of Trinity?    American Gothic
Which horror movie was set in the fictional Illinois suburb of Haddonfield?    Halloween
Which horse did Lester Piggott ride to victory in the 1968 Derby?    Sir Ivor
Which horse gave Pat Eddery his 4000th career victory when winning the Ebor at York?    Silver Patriarch
Which horse has a statue at both Liverpool and Ayr racecourses?    Red Rum.
Which horse racing bet consists of 3 selections in a total of ten bets?    Round Robin
Which horse riding track is situated along the south side of Hyde Park?    Rotten Row
Which horse won the 1949 Aintree Grand National?    Russian Hero
Which horse won the 1955 Aintree Grand National?    Quare Times
Which horse won the 1958 Aintree Grand National?    Mister What
Which horse won the 1964  Epsom Derby?    Santa Claus
Which horse won the 1967  Epsom Derby?    Royal Palace
Which horse won the 1968 Aintree Grand National?    Red Alligator
Which horse won the 1969 Aintree Grand National?    Highland Wedding
Which horse won the 1974 Epsom Derby?    Snow Knight
Which horse won the 1978  Epsom Derby?    Shirley Heights
Which horse won the 1982  Epsom Derby?    Golden Fleece
Which horse won the 1984 Aintree Grand National?    Hallo Dandy
Which horse won the 1985  Epsom Derby?    Slip Anchor
Which horse won the 1985 Aintree Grand National?    Last Suspect
Which horse won the 1986 Aintree Grand National?    West Tip
Which horse won the 1987 Aintree Grand National?    Maori Venture
Which horse won the 1987 Epsom Derby?    Reference Point
Which horse won the 1989 Aintree Grand National?    Little Polveir
Which horse won the 1990 Aintree Grand National?    Mister Frisk
Which horse won the 1992 Aintree Grand National?    Party Politics
Which horse won the 1992 Epsom Derby?    Doctor Devious
Which horse won the 1996  Aintree Grand National?    Rough Quest
Which horse won the 1997 Aintree Grand National which was raced on Monday evening due to a bomb scare the previous Saturday?    Lord Gyllene
Which horse won the 2001 Aintree Grand National?    Red Marauder
Which horse won the English Derby by a record 10 lengths in 1981?    Shergar
Which horse won the King George VI chase 3 times in the 1980s?    Desert Orchid
Which horse won the King George VI Chase at Kempton on three consecutive Boxing Days in 1988/9/90?    Desert Orchid
Which huge area of sand covers part of China and Mongolia?    Gobi Desert
Which huge Jacobean mansion to the south of Cambridge is named after a Lord Chancellor of Henry VIII?    Audley End
Which Humphrey Bogart film featured a character called Charlie Allnut?    The African Queen
Which hymn is reputed to have been written by Augustus Toplady while sheltering from a storm in Cheddar Gorge?    Rock Of Ages
Which hymn is reputed to have been written by Augustus Toplady while sheltering from a storm in Cheddar Gorge?    Rock Of Ages
Which Ice hockey team won the last ever British Superleague in 2003?    Sheffield Steelers
Which Ice Hockey team won the Scottish National League, The British League and the Northern League in 1982?    Dundee Rockets
Which illness, almost dormant since 1918 has re-emerged among homeless people?    Trench Fever
Which illuminated Latin manuscript was written in honour of St Cuthbert?    Lindisfarne Gospels
Which imaginary line lies at latitude 66 degrees 32 minutes north?    Arctic Circle
Which important contribution did Richard Arkwright make to the textile industry?    Spinning Frame
Which important piece of medieval stained glass was badly damaged in the York Minster fire of 1984?    Rose Window
Which Indian billiard player won his first world amateur title in 1985?    Geet Sethi
Which Indian waterway is sacred to members of the Hindu faith?    River Ganges
Which Indonesian port was formerly known as Makassar?    Ujung Padang
Which indoor game is played on a surface measuring 9 feet by 5 feet?    Table Tennis
Which industrial metheod of joining metals was invented in russia in 1888?    Arc Welding
Which industrial town and fishing port in Tyne and Wear lies 7 miles east of Newcastle upon Tyne?    North Shields
Which infamous character from a play for children was stalked by a crocodile?    Captain Hook
Which infamous outlaw was shot and killed by his cousin Robert Ford in 1882?    Jesse James
Which infamous outlaw was shot and killed by his cousin Robert Ford in 1882?    Jesse James
Which infection has the scientific name Coryza?    Common Cold
Which informal term describes people who consider themselves to be of a high social standing?    Upper Crust
Which informal term means the emigration of scientists, academics, technologists etc for better pay or conditions?    Brain Drain
Which initiative launched by Michael Heseltine was designed to provide funds for regeneration of rundown urban areas?    City Challenge
Which insect can have a devastating effect on cotton plants?    Boll Weevil
Which insect causes sleeping sickness?    Tsetse Fly
Which insect, a major pest in the agricultural industry belongs to the genus tribolium?    Flour Beetle
Which institution has the motto "My word is my bond"?    Stock Exchange
Which instruction to army personnel means "walk at a fast pace"?    Quick March
Which instrument is the alto of the oboe family?    Cor Anglais
Which international agreement between 13 nations aiming to promote scientific research and keep the area around the South Pole free from conflict was signed in 1961?    Antarctic Treaty
Which international airport serves Nairobi?    Jomo Kenyatta
Which international airport serves the Jordanian city of Amman?    Queen Alia
Which international chain of retail outlets was founded by Anita Roddick?    Body Shop
Which international man of mystery said "Oh, behave"?    Austin Powers
Which international organisation has its hq in Geneva?    Red Cross
Which invention is credited to Abraham Darby in 1709 though it is believed that the Chinese had a working version in the first century ad?    Blast Furname
Which invention of 1907 was first sold under the name Thor?    Washing Machine
Which invention of the 18th century is credited to James Hargreaves?    Spinning Jenny
Which invention, now an everyday sight, is credited to the British author Anthony Trollope?    Pillar Box
Which Irish actor is renowned for his heavy drinking?    Richard Harris
Which Irish boxer was knocked out in 4 rounds by Jim Watt in a 1980 world title fight?    Charlie Nash
Which Irish cyclist won the Tour De France in 1987?    Stephen Roche
Which irreverent comedy is set in Roman occupied Judea in the first century AD?    The Life Of Brian
Which is always the first discipline in an equestrian Three Day Event?    Dressage
Which is Britain's best known firm for the hiring of formal clothes, especially morning dress for weddings?    Moss Bros
Which is Britain's busiest railway station?    Clapham Junction
Which is Britain's heaviest wild bird?    Mute Swan
Which is Britain's most numerous butterfly?    Red Admiral
Which is Britain's rarest mammal?    Pine Marten
Which is considered to be the first ever detective novel?    The Woman In White
Which is Franz Hals' most famous painting?    Laughing Cavalier
Which is generally accepted to be one of the two tallest dog breeds?    Irish Wolfhound
Which is generally accepted to be the tallest species of grass?     Bamboo
Which is generally accepted to be the tallest species of tree?     Giant Redwood
Which is generally thought to have been the most fearsome of the dinosaurs?    Tyrannosaurus Rex
Which is probably the most famous of John Constable's works?    Hay Wain
Which is the cheapest of the most expensive Monopoly set?    Park Lane
Which is the first day of Lent in the christian church?    Ash Wednesday
Which is the highest award made to a British civilian for gallantry?    George Cross
Which is the highest mountain in Australia?    Mount Kosciusko
Which is the highest mountain in Canada?    Mount Logan
Which is the highest peak on the African continent?    Mount Kilimanjaro
Which is the highest peak on the North American continent?    Mount Mckinley
Which is the highest rank attainable in the British Army?    Field Marshal
Which is the highest title achievable in karate?    Hanshi
Which is the largest and most culturally important city  of Israel?    Tel Aviv
Which is the largest body of fresh water in Africa?    Lake Victoria
Which is the largest body of water in the British Isles?    Loch Lomond
Which is the largest city in the Canadian province of Alberta?    Medicine Hat
Which is the largest city in the state of Nebraska?    Omaha
Which is the largest designated National Park in Britain?    Lake District
Which is the largest member of the cat family?    Siberian Tiger
Which is the largest member of the chiroptera order living wild in Britain?    Noctule Bat
Which is the largest member of the deer family?    Alskan Moose
Which is the largest of the Canary Islands?    Tenerife
Which is the largest of the chain of islands off the southwest tip of Florida?    Key Largo
Which is the largest of the Channel Islands?    Jersey
Which is the largest of the family of birds which includes the emperor and the gentoo?    King Penguin
Which is the largest of the family of birds which includes the rockhopper?    Emperor Penguin
Which is the largest of the five Great Lakes of North America?    Superior
Which is the largest of the five Great Lakes of North America?    Superior
Which is the largest of the group of standing stones close to the village of Little Salkeld?    Long Meg
Which is the largest of the Ionian Islands?    Kefalonia
Which is the largest of the Leeward Islands?    Antigua
Which is the largest of the Maritime Provinces of Canada?    New Brunswick
Which is the largest of the Society Islands?    Tahiti
Which is the lightest of the three weapons used in fencing?    Foil
Which is the longest river in the country of Turkey?    Kizil Irmak
Which is the lowest commissioned rank in the RAF?    Pilot Officer
Which is the major trophy in the sport of Badminton?    Uber Cup
Which is the most expensive green property in the board game Monopoly?    Bond Street
Which is the most famous poem from John Masefield's Salt Water Ballads?    Sea Fever
Which is the most popular grip used by table tennis players?    Shake Hands
Which is the most popular starter on Indian restaurant menus?    Onion Bhaji
Which is the most southerley of the group of islands stretching over 100 miles off the coast of Florida?    Key West
Which is the most successful team in the history of Gaelic Football?    Kerry
Which is the most westerly city in the state of Texas?    El Paso
Which is the oldest breed of English horse, first bred in the 17th century?    Cleveland Bay
Which is the oldest English football club still in existence?    Notts County
Which is the oldest of the English classic horse races?    Saint Leger
Which is the oldest professional darts organisation?    Bdo
Which is the only chess piece that is restricted to squares of the same colour?    Bishop
Which is the only chess piece that is restricted to squares of the same colour?    Bishop
Which is the only day of the week named after a woman?    Friday
Which is the only day of the week named from Roman mythology?    Saturday
Which is the only English football team playing in the Scottish League?    Berwick Rangers
Which is the only horse to have won the Grand National three times?    Red Rum
Which is the only sign of the Zodiac with a name that begins and ends with the same letter?    Sagittarius
Which is the principal seaside resort in the county of Norfolk?    Great Yarmouth
Which is the second highest rank attainable in sumo?    Ozeki
Which is the second largest body of water in North America?    Lake Huron
Which is the senior regiment of the British Army?    Grenadier Guards
Which is the senior regiment of the British Army?    Life Guards
Which is the smallest member of the monkey family?    Pygmy Marmoset
Which is the smallest of the 50 states of the USA?    Rhode Island
Which is the UK's best selling magazine?    Radio Times
Which is the world's fastest fling insect?    Hawk Moth
Which is the world's fastest swimming marine creature?    Sail Fish
Which is the world's heaviest land living mammal?    African Elephant
Which is the world's highest capital city?    La Paz
Which is the worlds largest amphibian?    Giant Salamander
Which is the worlds largest desert?    Sahara
Which is the world's largest expanse of sand?    Sahara Desert
Which is the worlds largest insect?    Goliath Beetle
Which is the world's largest invertebrate?    Giant Squid
Which is the worlds largest land dwelling carnivore?    Kodiak Bear
Which is the world's largest species of fish?    Whale Shark
Which is the world's largest species of lizard?    Komodo Dragon
Which is the world's largest venomous snake?    King Cobra
Which is the worlds longest living animal?    Tortoise
Which is the worlds longest poisonous snake?    King Cobra
Which is the worlds most poisonous lizard?    Gila Monster
Which is the world's number 1 car manufacturing company?    General Motors
Which is the world's oldest rowing club?    Leander
Which is the world's second largest island?    New Guinea
Which is the worlds slowest flying bird?    American Woodcock
Which is the world's smallest living mammal?    Pygmy Shrew
Which is the worlds smallest member of the aves class of creatures?    Bee Hummingbird
Which is the worlds tallest species of tree?    Douglas Fir
Which island completes the name of the independent country with Principe?    Sao Tome
Which island did a group of Argentinians try to claim as sovereign territory in 1982?    South Georgia
Which isolated Welsh farm gave its name to one of the best known poems of Dylan Thomas?    Fern Hill
Which Israeli film of 1977 was an account of the 1976 hostage freeing raid on Entebbe airport?    Operation Thunderbolt
Which issue of the bible was published in 1885 after the more archaic phrases had been amended?    Revised Version
Which Italian artist is best known for his paintings of his home city Venice?    Antonio Canaletto
Which Italian athlete and world record holder became an Olympic champion in 1980?    Pietro Mennea
Which Italian cathedral has 4,440 statues?    Milan.
Which Italian driver was world Formula 1 champion in 1952 and 1953?    Alberto Ascari
Which Italian librarians name has become synonymous with great lovers?    Giovanni Casanova
Which Italian patriot has a type of fruit biscuit named after him?    Guiseppe Garibaldi
Which Italian slalom skiier was Olympic champion in 1988 and 1992?    Alberto Tomba
Which Italian was disqualified from the 1908 olympic marathon after collapsing near the finish line?    Pietro Dorando
Which item is almost always employed by seaside fortune tellers to predict the future?    Crystal Ball
Which item of furniture is connected with King Arthur and his knights?    Round Table
Which ITV company began broadcasting to the capital in 1968?    London Weekend
Which Jack Nicholson film is set in an Oregon mental hospital?    One Flew Over The Cuckoo'S Nest
Which Jamaican athlete became world 200m champion in 1993?    Merlene Ottey
Which James Thurber character lived in a fantasy world of his own creation?    Walter Mitty
Which Jane Austen novel was set in the home of the Tilney family?    Northanger Abbey
Which Japanese detective was played in 8 films by Peter Lorre?    Mr Moto
Which Japanese invention was first made available for home use in 1967?    Microwave Oven
Which jazz trumpeter (who has also presented the radio show I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue) wrote the first volume of his autobiography I Play As I Please in 1954?    Humphrey Lyttelton
Which Jerry Kozinski novel became a 1979 film starring Peter Sellers?    Being There
Which Jerry Kozinski novel became a 1979 film starring Peter Sellers?    Being There
Which judgement in law sets a future time (usually 6 weeks) for the completion of a divorce?    Decree Nisi
Which Jules Verne character went around the world in eighty days?    Phileas Fogg
Which junction in London is mentioned in the title of an Agatha Christie novel?    Seven Dials
Which Keith Waterhouse novel concerns the life of William Fisher?    Billy Liar
Which King of England signed the Magna Carta?    John
Which King of England was defeated at Bannockburn?    Edward Ii
Which King of England was succeeded by his wife?    William Iii (By Mary)
Which king was defeated and killed near York in 1066    Harold Hardrada
Which knighted British consular official and Irish nationalist was hanged for treason in 1916?    Roger Casement
Which Kuwaiti tanker caused Britain's worst oil pollution disaster when she ran aground off Land's End in 1967?    Torrey Canyon
Which Labour MP is chairman of the influential Commons National Heritage Select Committee?    Gerald Kaufmann
Which Labour politician was Home Secretary from 1976-1979?    Merlyn Rees
Which landlord became well known during the 1960s for his unscrupulous meathods of removing tenants from his property?    Peter Rachman
Which landmark in Rome was responsible for Frank Sinatra's first British number 1 hit?    Trevi Fountain
Which large amusement park is situated in Staffordshire?    Alton Towers
Which large body of water borders Germany, Switzerland and Austria?    Lake Constance
Which large dog was originally bred in Germany for hunting boar?    Great Dane
Which large draught horse is associated with East Anglia?    Suffolk Punch
Which large expanse of sand in central Australia was first crossed in 1939?    Simpson Desert
Which large house designed by Vanburgh stands 12 miles northeast of Newcastle?    Seaton Delaval
Which large insect is named because of its habit of standing on its rear legs with its front legs raised?    Praying Mantis
Which late Neolithic–Early Bronze Age people living about 6,000 years ago in the temperate zones of Europe received their name from their distinctive bell-shaped drinking vessels?    Beaker Folk
Which Latin phrase means "According to the value"?    Ad Valorem
Which Latin phrase means "Beneath ones dignity"?    Infra Dignitatum
Which Latin phrase means "For ever"?    Ad Infinitum
Which Latin phrase means "in the open air"?    Al Fresco
Which Latin phrase means "In the year of our Lord"?    Anno Domini
Which Latin phrase means "Let the buyer beware"?    Caveat Emptor
Which Latin phrase means "method of working"?    Modus Operandi
Which Latin phrase means "other self"?    Alter Ego
Which Latin phrase means "privately" or "behind closed doors"?    In Camera
Which Latin phrase means "the other way round"?    Vice Versa
Which Latin phrase means "under legal consideration"?    Sub Judice
Which Latin phrase means 'at first sight'?    Prima Facie
Which Latin phrase means 'indefinitely'.Literally translated as "Without a Day"?    Sine Die
Which Latin phrase translates into English as "good faith"?    Bona Fide
Which Latin phrase translates into English as "good faith"?    Bone Fide
Which Latin phrase translates into English as "You may have the body"?    Habeas Corpus
Which Latin phrase which has been used as a film title means "Where are you going"?    Quo Vadis
Which Latin term meaning "wise man" is in common usage in modern language?    Homo Sapien
Which Latin term means to depart from the script, or to improvise?    Ad Lib
Which latin term translates into English as "Bounteous mother"?    Alma Mater
Which Latin term translates literally as "according to heads"?    Per Capita
Which leading darts player switched from the BDO to the PDC in February 2006?    Raymond Van Barneveld
Which leading female tennis player was nicknamed 'Little Mo'?    Maureen Connolly
Which Leeds and England striker was nicknamed Sniffer?    Allan Clarke
Which legal phrase means "By unquestioned right"?    Ipso Jure
Which legal term may be used to describe a death resulting from an accident or foul play?    Unnatural Causes
Which legendary creature appears on the arms of Great Britain?    Unicorn
Which legendary creature represents the star sign Sagittarius?    Centaur
Which legendary creature shares its name with an American state capital?    Phoenix
Which legendary creature was the subject of the film Splash!?    Mermaid
Which legendary creature was used as the symbol of the Midland Bank?    Griffin
Which legislation of 1832 led to democracy in its modern form in Britain?    Reform Act
Which legislation passed in 1715 made it a serious crime for members of a crowd of twelve or more people to refuse to disperse within an hour of being ordered to do so by a magistrate    Riot Act
Which light brown breed of domestic fowl lays brown eggs?    Buff Orpington
Which Likely Lad was one of Basil Brush's straight men?    Rodney Bewes
Which line of longitude passes through the Royal Observatory in London?    Greenwich Meridian
Which liquid free device measures atmospheric pressure?    Aneroid Barometer
Which liquid poison was sold in Naples and Rome in the 17th century by the daughters of the inventor?    Aqua Tofana
Which literary character had daughters named Regan, Goneril and Cordelia?    King Lear
Which literary character is eventually adopted by a Mr Brownlow?    Oliver Twist
Which literary character owned a dog named Bullseye?    Bill Sikes
Which literary character spent time "Dreaming of cheese, toasted mostly"?    Benn Gunn
Which literary character was taught by tutors named Square and Thwackum?    Tom Jones
Which literary creature faded away leaving only a grin?    Cheshire Cat
Which literary hero was betrothed to Dora Spenlow?    David Copperfield
Which literary society was founded by Richelieu in 1635?    French Academy
Which London building designed to house the headquarters of the TUC was the brainchild of Ernest Bevin?    Transport House
Which London building on Whitehall was constructed in in the 1750s for the royal cavalry?    Horse Guards
Which London building, containing the recently opened Sainsbury Wing, stands in Trafalgar Square?    National Gallery
Which London establishment overlooking Green Park was opened to customers in 1906?    Ritz Hotel
Which London monument was completed in 1910 and stands in The Mall?    Admiralty Arch
Which London place of incarceration was closed in 1842 and demolished two years later?    Fleet Prison
Which London rail terminus opened in 1837?    Euston Station
Which London street was made famous by a song and dance from the musical Me and My Gal?    Lambeth Walk
Which London thoroughfare is associated with the medical profession?    Harley Street
Which London thoroughfare is named after a spy and traitor who became Cromwell's intelligence chief in 1650?    Downing Street
Which London thoroughfare is particularly associated with high class tailors?    Savile Row
Which London thoroughfare runs from Ludgate Hill to The Strand?    Fleet Street
Which London thoroughfare was at the cutting edge of sixties fashion?    Carnaby Street
Which long running television show was discontinued in 1978 on the grounds that it was politically incorrect?    Black And White Minstrel Show
Which long, narrow fertile plain lies on the Arabian sea in southwest India?    Malabar Coast
Which loose woven fabric is made in the Outer Hebrides?    Harris Tweed
Which Lord did Richard Bingham become?    Lord Lucan
Which Lord was created by Dorothy L. Sayers?    Peter Wimsey
Which lost city of the Incas was rediscovered in 1911?    Machu Picchu
Which magazine is edited by Ian Hislop?    Private Eye
Which magazine is sold on the streets by the homeless?    Big Issue
Which mail carrying system operated in the USA in the years 1860 and 1861?    Pony Express
Which major battle of World War I was fought on French soil in 1917?    Vimy Ridge
Which major did Geoffrey Sumner play in the tv show The Army Game    Upshot Bagley
Which major golf course in Merseyside was constructed around the turn of the century?    Royal Birkdale
Which make of car shares its name with a skiing resort, venue of the winter Olympic Games of 1956?    Ford Cortina
Which male character was played by Dustin Hoffman in Tootsie?    Michael Dorsey
Which male vocal group had a 1965 number 1 hit with "Make It Easy On Yourself"?    Walker Brothers
Which man from the american west has a type of knife named after him?    Jim Bowie
Which Manchester production company are responsible for tv game shows Catchphrase and ?    Action Time
Which manic comedian wrote and starred in his own sitcom So What Now in 2001?    Lee Evans
Which manic comedian wrote and starred in his own sitcom So What Now in 2001?    Lee Evans
Which manic institution was created by Ronald Searle?    Saint Trinian'S
Which marching tune was written in 1914 by military bandmaster Frederick Ricketts?    Colonel Bogey
Which marine creature can inflate its body with water as a means of defence?    Puffer Fish
Which marine creature growing to a length of 6' is usually found in rocky crevices?    Conger Eel
Which marine mammal of the dolphin family is alternatively named pothead and blackfish?    Pilot Whale
Which mark on a ship indicates the safe maximum load?    Plimsoll Line
Which martial art was introduced to Japan by Jigoro Kano?    Judo
Which Martin Scorcese film was set among the streets and restaurants of New York's Little Italy district?    Mean Streets
Which marzipan coated foodstuff is traditionally eaten on Mothering Sunday or at Lent or Easter?    Simnel Cake
Which measure of wind effects is named after a 19th century British naval officer?    Beaufort Scale
Which mechanical safety device was invented by British engineer James Martin?    Ejector Seat
Which medical establishment near Cambridge was the first in Britain to specialise in heart surgery?    Papworth Hospital
Which medical establishment was founded by a successful London printer in the early 18th century?    Guy'S Hospital
Which medical speciality is concerned with the repair of congenital defects and the reconstruction of tissues damaged by disease or injury, including burns?    Plastic Surgery
Which medical test involves putting a needle into the spine and letting some of the fluid drain out?    Lumbar Puncture
Which medical textbook was written by a London surgeon and first published in 1858?    Gray'S Anatomy
Which medieval item of clothing was established as a fake in 1998?    Turin Shroud
Which Mel Gibson film was set in Scotland?    Braveheart
Which member of a successful girl singing group was once married to actor Shane Ritchie?    Colleen Nolan
Which member of the aves family is so named because of the manner in which it stitches its nest together?    Weaver Bird
Which member of the bar is sometimes referred to as a 'silk'?    Queens Counsel
Which member of the clergy was a companion of Robin Hood?    Friar Tuck
Which member of the Monty Python team died of cancer?    Graham Chapman
Which member of the Monty Python team played Brian's mother in the film The Life Of Brian?    Terry Jones
Which member of the Red Dwarf crew is played by Craig Charles?    Dave Lister
Which metal is the best conductor of electricity?    Silver
Which method of calculating the position of a ship or aeroplane has the same name as a 1947 Humphrey Bogart film?    Dead Reckoning
Which method of displaying proportional information uses a circle divided into different sized sectors?    Pie Chart
Which method of paying for goods is often referred to as the "never, never"?    Hire Purchase
Which method of producing ammonia is named after a German scientist?    Haber Process
Which Mexican revolutionary was born with the name Doroteo Arango?    Pancho Villa
Which Miami based private eye was played in a number of films by Frank sinatra?    Tony Rome
Which Michael Caine film was set in the city of Newcastle - Upon - Tyne?    Get Carter
Which midday meal consists of cheese pickles and bread?    Ploughman'S Lunch
Which Middlesbrough born man managed the England football team?    Don Revie
Which Middlesbrough town centre pub and restaurant is situated at 80 Corporation Road?    Purple Onion
Which military conflict began after an incident on April 2nd of 1982?    Falklands War
Which military conflict took place in January and Februaury of 1991?    Gulf War
Which military conflict was the setting for the film Carry On Up The Khyber?    Afghan Wars
Which military force was led by the Duke of Medina-Sidonia?    Spanish Armada
Which military organisation was formed in 1936 and expanded in the early 1940s by Arthur Harriss?    Bomber Command
Which military term means new recruits not yet properly trained?    Awkward Squad
Which militia force is recruited by each state of the USA?    National Guard
Which miltary conflict took place from 1854-186?    Crimean War
Which mistress of Charles II was once an orange seller at Drury Lane Theatre?    Nell Gwyn
Which mode of transport is used on the canals of Britain?    Narrow Boats
Which model of car was replaced by the Mondeo in 2000?    Ford Sierra
Which model of Rolls Royce was first produced in 1955?    Silver Cloud
Which model of the 1960s was known as Twiggy?    Leslie Hornby
Which model village on the Wirral was established in 1888 for workers from the nearby Lever brothers soap factory?    Port Sunlight
Which model village was constructed for workers at the Lever Brothers soap factory?    Port Sunlight
Which modern day country was founded in 1932?    Saudi Arabia
Which modern game was inspired by an Aborigine sport called Marn Grook?    Australian Rules
Which modern sport evolved from the game Pall Mall?    Croquet
Which modern toy was originally a weapon used by Filipino tribesmen?    Yoyo
Which modern toy was originally a weapon used by Filipino tribesmen?    Yoyo
Which monkeys live wild in Gibraltar?    Barbary Apes
Which Monopoly property completes the set with The Angel Islington and Euston Road?    Pentonville Road
Which Monopoly property lies between Community Chest and Vine Street?    Marlborough Street
Which Monopoly property lies between Nortumberland Avenue and Bow street?    Marylebone Station
Which Monopoly property lies between Trafalgar Square and Leicester Square?    Fenchurch Street
Which Monopoly square lies between Bow Street and the Strand?    Free Parking
Which monument can be seen in London and also in Great Yarmouth?    Nelson'S Column
Which monument in Kensington Gardens was designed by George Gilbert Scott?    Albert Memorial
Which moral and ethical guide is taken by all doctors on qualifying for the medical profession?    Hippocratic Oath
Which Moroccan athlete was the 1992 10,000metres Olympic champion?    Khalid Skah
Which motel proprietor was played on film by Anthony Perkins?    Norman Bates
Which motor cycle manufacturer produced models called Dominator and Commando?    Norton
Which motor cyclist, 5 times a world champion and winner of 26 TT races was killed in a racing accident in 2000?    Joey Dunlop
Which motor manufacturing group was taken over by the government in 1975?    British Leyland
Which motorway connects the cities of Cambridge and London?    M11
Which motorway connects the cities of Cambridge and London?    M11
Which mountain range contains Triglav, the highest peak in the former Yugoslavia?    Julian Alps
Which mountain range, that separates the Highlands from the Lowlands of Scotland, contains Ben Nevis?    Grampian
Which mountain was the resting place of Noah’s Ark?    Ararat
Which mountainous peninsula became part of British Antarctic Territory in 1962?    Graham Land
Which movement in painting and sculpture was practiced by David Hockney and Andy Warhol?    Pop Art
Which movement was founded by the Hippie culture of the 1960s?    Flower Power
Which movie is about the rivalry between composers Mozart and Salieri    Amadeus
Which movie opens with David Aames driving to work through a deserted Times Square?    Vanilla Sky
Which movie opens with Frank Cotton opening a mysterious puzzle box?    Hellraiser
Which music hall entertainer was known as "The Prime Minister Of Mirth"?    George Robey
Which musical composition by Mendelssohn is named after a feature on the Scottish island of Staffa?    Fingal'S Cave Overture
Which musical ensemble gave its first concert in Manchester's Free Trade Hall in 1858?    Halle Orchestra
Which musical film of 1968 starred Fred Astaire, Petula Clark and Tommy Steele?    Finian'S Rainbow
Which musical instrument can play the lowest note?    The Tuba
Which musical instrument consists of a drum turned by handle to produce a tune?    Barrel Organ
Which musical instrument did Henry VIII most enjoy playing?    Lute
Which musical instrument is associated with Benny Goodman, the 'King of Swing' in the s?    Clarinet
Which musical instrument, invented in 1934 and widely used in gospel music, is name after its American inventor?    Hammond Organ
Which mythology does the word Friday come from?    Norse
Which name appeared on all army specimen forms from 1815 onwards?    Tommy Atkins
Which name does a bingo caller usually give to number 9?    Doctor'S Orders
Which name is cockney rhyming slang for tea?    Rosy Lee
Which name is given to the alcoholic drink which is a mixture of gin and beer?    Dog'S Nose
Which name is given to the shrike because of the way it treats its prey?    Butcher Bird
Which name is shared by a tropical hummingbird and a type of butterfly with brownish dark spotted wings?    Wood Nymph
Which name was shared by a 20th century politician and a jazz musician and band leader?    Ted Heath
Which name was shared by a famous actor and a 19th century explorer?    Richard Burton
Which national hate figure died in West Suffolk Hospital from a serious chest infection on 15th November 2002?    Myra Hindley
Which naturalists home in the village of Selborne, Hampshire is now a museum dedeictaed to him?    Gilbert White
Which Nazi war criminal was known as "The Butcher of Lyon"?    Klaus Barbie
Which Neighbours character is played by actor Ian    Harold Bishop
Which Neighbours character played by actress Rachel Blakely from 1991-1994 owned a boutique in Lassiter's Arcade?    Gaby Willis
Which nerve cells in the body allow information to pass straight through the spinal cord, bypassing the brain?    Relay Neurons
Which network of power cables connects electricity consumers to power stations?    National Grid
Which new crime fighting initiative was introduced in 1995 for criminals in the Manchester area?    Electronic Tagging
Which new football ground staged its first Premiership match on 26th August 1995?    Riverside Stadium
Which new South African province was created in 1994 with Kimberley as its capital?    Northern Cape
Which New Statesman was played on television by Rik Mayall?    Alan B'Stard
Which new water sport was invented in 1967?    Windsurfing
Which New Zealand born physicist discovered the difference between the three types of radiation?    Ernest Rutherford
Which New Zealand vocalist had chart hits in 1980 with "Tonight" and "Ashes and diamonds"?    Zaine Griff
Which newspaper employed Peter Parker, alias Spiderman, as a photographer?    Daily Bugle
Which newspaper employed Peter Parker, alias Spiderman, as a photographer?    Daily Bugle
Which newspaper employed Peter Parker, alias Spiderman, as a photographer?    Daily Bugle
Which newspaper in 1962, became the first to give away a free colour magazine supplement?    Sunday Times
Which newspaper is based in the town of Darlington and was first published in 1870?    Northern Echo
Which newspaper publishing magnate bought The Times in 1981?    Rupert Murdoch
Which newspaper was first published on November 2nd 1903?    Daily Mirror
Which newspaper was launched by Alfred Harmsworth in 1896?    Daily Mail
Which newspaper was launched in 1918 by Lord Beaverbrook?    Sunday Express
Which nickname is sometimes applied to the British navy?    Senior Service
Which nickname is sometimes given to the police force?    Old Bill
Which noncommissioned navy rank is roughly equal to that of an army sergeant?    Petty Officer
Which northeastern born actress starred in the tv sitcom Are You Being Served?    Wendy Richard
Which Norwegian explorer became the first man to reach the South pole in 1911?    Roald Amundsen
Which Norwegian from his actions during world war II gave his name to any traitor?    Vidkun Quisling
Which novel and film told the story of Henri Charriere's time as a prisoner?    Papillon
Which novel by D.H. Lawrence concerns a flautist with the surname Sisson?    Aaron'S Rod
Which novel by Fielding features an absent minded character called Parson Adams?    Joseph Andrews
Which novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett tells of young Cedric Errol who inherits a title and a fortune?    Little Lord Fauntleroy
Which novel by Graham Greene features a 17 year old hoodlum named Pinkie?    Brighton Rock
Which novel by Graham Greene features a 17 year old hoodlum named Pinkie?    Brighton Rock
Which novel by Robert Louis Stevenson told the story of the ruler of Grunewald?    Prince Otto
Which novel by William Burroughs was based on notes he made while addicted to heroin in Tangiers?    Naked Lunch
Which novel features the court case of Jarndyce v Jarndyce?    Bleak House
Which novel is subtitled "A Romance Of Exmoor"?    Lorna Doone
Which novel of 1844 was set in Coketown and featured the Gradgrind family?    Hard Times
Which novel of 1945 features two pigs called Napoleon and Snowball?    Animal Farm
Which novel was set in a country called Airstrip 1?    1984
Which novelist wrote the books Airport and Hotel?    Arthur Hailey
Which now annual event was founded in 1895 by Sir Henry Wood?    Promenade Concerts
Which now common 4 wheel drive vehicle was introduced to the marketplace in 1970?    Range Rover
Which number 1 hit begins with the lyrics 'Got a good reason for taking the easy way out'?    Day Tripper
Which number 1 hit contains the lyrics "It's late September and I really should be back in school"?    Maggie May.
Which number 1 hit of 1972 was a tribute to Buddy Holly?    American Pie
Which number 1 hit of 1990 was recorded by Partners in Kryme?    Turtle Power
Which number is always at the bottom of a dart board?    3
Which obese king was described by 'The Times' as a 'hard-drinking, swearing man who at all times would prefer a girl and a bottle to politics and a sermon'?    George IV
Which occupation was followed by Fulton Mackay's character in the tv show Fraggle Rock?    Lighthouse Keeper
Which ocean current is responsible for the warm climate of western Europe?    Gulf Stream
Which of Anthony Trollope's novels was set in the home of curate Josiah Crawley?    Framley Parsonage
Which of Frys chocolate products is "Full of eastern promise"?    Turkish Delight
Which of her three companions did Dorothy meet first on her way to see the Wizard of Oz?    The Scarecrow
Which of King Arthur's knights supposedly had an affair with Guinevere?    Sir Lancelot
Which of Shakespeare's characters said "A Horse, a horse, my Kingdom for a horse"?    Richard Iii
Which of Shakespeare's characters said "Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears"?    Marc Anthony
Which of Shakespeare's characters said "Once more unto the breach"?    Henry V
Which of Sheridan's literary characters is renowned for her misuse of words?    Mrs Malaprop
Which of the 7 dwarves did not have a beard?    Dopey
Which of the annual Highland Games meetings is held near Balmoral on the first Saturday of September?    Braemar Gathering
Which of the great three masted tea clippers can now be seen in dry dock at Greenwich?    Cutty Sark
Which of the Knights of the Round Table was the son of Lancelot?    Sir Galahad
Which of the seven wonders of the ancient world was situated at Babylon?    Hanging Gardens
Which of the seven wonders of the world was a statue of Apollo?    The Colossus Of Rhodes.
Which of the tropics is north of the equator?    Cancer
Which of the weapons in Cluedo may be used as a clubbing weapon?    Lead Piping
Which of the world's capital cities has a name meaning "New flower" in English?    Addis Ababa
Which office was created in 1835 to simplify distribution of wages to the armed forces?    Paymaster General
Which official title is given to the British monarch's representative in each county of England?    Lord Lieutenant
Which oil tanker ran aground in Prince William Sound, Alaska in 1989?    Exxon Valdez
Which oil tanker ran aground in the French Atlantic 170 miles off the coast of Brittany in 1978?    Amoco Cadiz
Which oil tanker ran aground off Brittany in 1978?    Amoco Cadiz
Which oil tanker ran aground off the Cornish coast in 1967?    Torrey Canyon
Which old pagan festival was celebrated on April 30th when witches were believed to ride on broomsticks to places of sacrifice in the Harz Mountains?    Walpurgis Night
Which Olympic 800m champion was nicknamed "White Lightning"?    Alberto Juantarena
Which one time Genesis member has enjoyed solo success with songs including "Games Without Frontiers" and "Sledgehammer"?    Peter Gabriel
Which one word describes a curling tournament?    Bonspiel
Which onetime lead vocalist with Van Halen sang the Baywatch television theme song?    Sammy Hagar
Which opera by Johann Strauss has a title meaning "The bat" in English?    Die Fledermaus
Which opera by Verdi tells of two long lost brothers who fight over the love of a woman?    Il Trovatore
Which opera did Borodin leave unfinished?    Prince Igor
Which opera has "The Rake Punished" in its full title?    Don Giovanni
Which opera singer's autobiography is entitled Notes From A Small Soprano?    Lesley Garrett
Which opera title translates into English as "The Knight of the Roses"?    Der Rosenkavalier
Which orchestra leader was backed by the Big Apple Band?    Walter Murphy
Which orchestra was founded by Thomas Beecham in 1932?    London Philharmonic
Which organ in the human body stores bile?    Gall Bladder
Which organisation benefited from The Secret Policeman's Balls?    Amnesty International
Which organisation did Adolf Hitler lead from 1921-1945?    Nazi Party
Which organisation dropped the word Corporation from its official name when privatised in 1986?    British Gas
Which organisation for new film makers was founded by Robert Redford?    Sundance Institute
Which organisation has its headquarters at Navigation Way, Preston?    Football League
Which organisation has the responsibility of maintaining some 400 ancient monuments and historic properties in this country?    English Heritage
Which organisation introduced a "Rainbow" category for 5-7 year olds in 1988?    Girl Guides
Which organisation is named after the so-called Demon Barber of Fleet Street?    The Sweeney
Which organisation is responsible for lighthouses and beacons around the British coast?    Trinity House
Which organisation is responsible for the mapping of Britain?    Ordnance Survey
Which organisation issues the War Cry?    Salvation Army
Which organisation started in 1905 as the Brighton Motor Club?    Aa
Which organisation was created by Lord Baden-Powell in 1907    Boy Scouts
Which organisation was created in 1935 by a New York stockbroker and a surgeon from Ohio?    Alcoholics Anonymous
Which organisation was established in 1908 as part of the reforms of Lord Haldane?    Territorial Army
Which organisation was founded at the Freemason's Tavern in London in 1863?    Football Association
Which organisation was founded by script writer Richard Curtis in 1985?    Comic Relief
Which organisation was founded in England in 1929 and is now represented in 15 countries?    Pony Club
Which organisation, founded in 1873, has produced an annual Stud Book since 1874?    Kennel Club
Which ornamental fabric is named after the Devon village in which it has been produced since the 17th century?    Honiton Lace
Which ornamental fabric is named after the Devon village in which it has been produced since the 17th century?    Honiton Lace
Which Oscar winner of 2002 is set in the Warsaw ghettoes?    The Pianist
Which other island makes up a sovereign state with the island of Nevis?    Saint Kitts
Which outdoor Irish game resembles the Scottish Shinty and Welsh Bandy?    Hurling
Which outstanding 18th Century English furniture designers and cabinetmaker died in 1786?    George Hepplewhite
Which pack numbering 78 are used in fortune telling?    Tarot Cards
Which page three model and one half of a singing sisters duo died of cancer in 1990 at the age of 23?    Mel Appleby
Which pain killer is taken from the bark of a willow tree    Asprin
Which painter had a 'blue period'?    Pablo Picasso.
Which pair were awarded the first ever perfect score in ice dancing?    Torvill & Dean
Which parasitic disease is common in roach?    Black Spot
Which parliamentary constituency includes the towns of Bloxwich and Willenhall and was won by David Winnick in 2001 and 2005?    Wallsall North
Which parliamentary decree of 1829 allowed catholic peers to take their seats in the House of Lords?    Emancipation Act
Which parliamentary legislation of 1831 outlawed the practice of paying wages in goods instead of cash?    Truck Act
Which parliamentary official summons members of the Commons to hear the annual Queen's speech?    Black Rod
Which part of an ass did Samson use to kill some Philistines?    Jaw Bone
Which part of Anfield football ground was named after a battle fought during the Boer War?    Spion Kop
Which part of Her Majesty's Government advises on the exercise of prerogative powers and certain functions assigned to the Queen by Act of Parliament?    Privy Council
Which part of his anatomy did Nelson lose at the battle of Calvi in 1794?    Right Eye
Which pass connects Afghanistan and Pakistan?    Khyber
Which pastry is made with an egg-enriched dough of piping consistency and used for sweet or savoury confections (eg eclairs ?    Choux Pastry
Which peculiarly named rock and lighthouse is found about a mile from Shetland islands coast?    Muckle Flugga
Which peoples collection of laws is called the Talmud?    
Which period in the earth's history began about 2 million years ago?    Stone Age
Which period of violence features prominently in the novel Barnaby Rudge?    Gordon Riots
Which phantom ship is said to haunt the waters around the Cape of Good Hope?    Flying Dutchman
Which philanthropic society of business and professional people was founded by US lawyer Paul Harris (1878 - 1947) in Chicago in 1905?    Rotary Club
Which philosopher is regarded as the founder of Christian Existensialism?    Soren Kierkegaard
Which phrase borrowed from the Arabian Nights means a source of good fortune and wealth?    Aladdins Lamp
Which phrase derives from the actions of a Cambridge horse dealer who always gave his customers the animal closest to the door?    Hobson'S Choice
Which phrase describes a unique specimen?    One Off
Which phrase describes the final appearance of an actor or actress before their retirement?    Swan Song
Which phrase is associated with bandleader Billy Cotton?    Wakey Wakey
Which phrase is defined in the dictionary as " the next world, the afterlife" or "the end of time"?    Kingdom Come
Which phrase means "not related to planet earth"?    Extra Terrestrial
Which phrase means a nation or institution which appears powerful but is in fact weak?    Paper Tiger
Which phrase means to commit oneself to hard work?    Knuckle Down
Which phrase means to submit or yield?    Knuckle Under
Which phrase might you use to someone who has suffered a stroke of  bad luck?    Hard Lines
Which phrase taken from Greek means "the common people"?    Hoi Polloi
Which phrase was coined in 1975 to describe a conventional upper class young woman in London?    Sloane Ranger
Which phrase, taken from Greek mythology, means a source of unforseen trouble?    Pandora'S Box
Which phrase, used especially in the mobile phone industry means less busy periods?    Off Peak
Which physicist designed a piece of apparatus for measuring electrical resistance?    Charles Wheatstone
Which physicist gave his name to the SI unit of work or energy?    James Joule
Which pianist had a chart hit in 1974 with "The Entertainer"?    Marvin Hamlisch
Which pianist had hits with "Britannia rag" and "Coronation rag"?    Winifred Atwell
Which pie, popular with Londoners, gives its name to an island in the Thames?    Eel Pie
Which piece of gymnastics equipment is 10cm wide and 5 metres long?    Balance Beam
Which piece of land on the Mediterranean sea was occupied by Israel from 1967 till 1994, when responsibility for its administration was transferred to the  Palestine National Authority?    Gaza Strip
Which piece of sporting equipment has a diameter of 18"?    Dart Board
Which piece of sporting equipment is colloquially known as the 'bird' or 'birdie'?    Shuttlecock
Which piece of sporting equipment was designed by Brian Gamlin in 1896?    Dart Board
Which pioneering route leading from Missouri across the USA was followed by early western settlers?    Oregon Trail
Which pirate was known as "Blackbeard"?    Edward Teach
Which place of entertainment had the motto "We never close"?    Windmill Theatre
Which place of entertainment situated on the south bank of the Thames was opened in 1976?    National Theatre
Which planet has at least 15 moons all of which are named after Shakespearian characters?    Uranus
Which planet has at least 15 moons all of which are named after Shakesperian characters?    Uranus
Which plant has the scientific name Trifolium?    Clover
Which plant of the olive family is used in perfumery and often as a scent for tea?    Jasmine
Which plant of the olive family is used in perfumery and often as a scent for tea?    Jasmine
Which play by George Bernard Shaw told the life story of the "Maid of Orleans"?    Saint Joan
Which play by Shakespeare contains the "7 ages of man" speech?    As You Like It
Which playwright's works include Jumpers and Travesties?    Tom Stoppard
Which Poet Laureate died in 1913?    Alfred Austin
Which pointy shoes were popular among the rock'n'roll generation?    Winkle Pickers
Which police department was formed in 1883 to combat terrorism?    Special Branch
Which police division is responsible for the enforcement of gaming and prostitution laws?    Vice Squad
Which Polish astronomer first suggested that the earth orbits the sun?    Nicholas Copernicus
Which Polish born dancer opened her own dance school in London in 1920?    Marie Rambert
Which political event prompted the resignation of prime minister Anthony Eden?    Suez Crisis
Which political organisation founded in 1884 aimed to introduce socialism by democratic means?    Fabian Society
Which political organisation has a name meaning "We ourselves"?    Sinn Fein
Which political party is committed to achieving self government for Wales?    Plaid Cymru
Which politician had a type of air raid shelter named after him?    Herbert Morrison
Which politician has a girlfriend named Emma Beal?    Ken Livingstone
Which politician now has a football talk show on radio 5?    David Mellor
Which politician was assassinated by Austrian Nazis in 1934?    Engelbert Dollfuss
Which politician was known as "Tarzan"?    Michael Heseltine
Which politician was murdered by the IRA in 1979 when his car was blown up by a bomb as he left the House of Commons underground car park?    Airey Neave
Which pop group named themselves after a group of American oilworkers children?    Boomtown Rats
Which pop group was formed by the presenters of the Saturday morning tv show Multicoloured Swap Shop?    Brown Sauce
Which pop music style evolved in the late 1970s?    New Wave
Which popular architectural style of the early 20th century was inspired by a renewed interest in the church architecture of France, England and Germany?    Gothic Revival
Which popular board game has a name meaning “I play” in Latin?    Ludo
Which popular board game has a name meaning “I play” in Latin?    Ludo
Which popular breed of sporting dog was once known as the Russian Tracker?    Golden Retriever
Which popular British actor lived from 1914-1982?    Kenneth More
Which popular character first appeared in the Dandy on November 12th 1960?    Corporal Clott
Which popular dessert is made from blackcurrants, redcurrants, raspberries and thich slices of white bread?    Summer Pudding
Which popular liqueur is made from bitter orange peels and cognac?    Grand Marnier
Which popular make of ski has an emblem of a rooster?    Rossignol
Which popular singer who was born in 1926 and died in 2001 was christened Adrian Hill?    Ronnie Hilton
Which popular tourist attraction was named after Benjamin Hall who was the First Commissioner of Works at the time of its construction in ?    Big Ben
Which popular tv show features police officers named simon finch and Larry Hall?    Prime Suspect
Which Portuguese navigator discovered the sea route around the Cape of Good Hope?    Bartholomew Diaz
Which post, now almost entirely ceremonial, was once the principal law enforcement officer in each English county?    High Sheriff
Which predatory member of the dog family is also known as the prairie wolf?    Coyote
Which premiership team turned a side out against Darlington last Saturday?    Middlesbrough
Which pressure group founded in 1935 aims to maintain public access to the countryside?    Rambler'S Association
Which prestigious building material is quarried on an island off the coast of Dorset?    Portland Stone
Which pretender to the English throne claimed to be king Richard IV?    Perkin Warbeck
Which pretender to the throne of England ended up working in the kitchens of Henry VII?    Lambert Simnel
Which prison reformer appeared on an English banknote?    Elizabeth Fry
Which prison was built by the convicts it housed and completed in 1890?    Wormwood Scrubs
Which private eye solved the mystery of the Maltese Falcon?    Sam Spade
Which product is associated with the Uruguayan town of Fray Bentos?    Corned Beef
Which product is particularly associated with the town of Axminster?    Carpets
Which product was advertised for a number of years by Tony the Tiger?    Kellog'S Frosties
Which product was advertised on tv by Dawn French with the words "It's not Terry's, it's mine"?    Chocolate Orange
Which professional dart player is nicknamed "The Fen Tiger"?    Peter Evison
Which professional golfer was nicknamed "The Walrus"?    Craig Stadler
Which professional pool player is nicknamed "The Machine"?    Oliver Ortmann
Which professional snooker player is known for his love of high performance motor cycles?    Steve James
Which professional sporting club was founded by a group of teenagers on London's East Street in 1905?    Charlton Athletic
Which professional sportsmen belong to either the B.D.O. or the W.D.F?    Dart Players
Which prominent Tory was severely criticised by Ann Widdecombe over the sacking of the head of the prison service    Michael Howard
Which property completes a Monopoly set with Bond Street and Regent Street?    Oxford Street
Which property completes a Monopoly set with Coventry Street and Piccadilly?    Leicester Square
Which property completes a Monopoly set with Old Kent Road?    Whitechapel Road
Which property completes a Monopoly set with Piccadilly and Leicester Square?    Coventry Street
Which property completes a Monopoly set with The Angel, Islington and Pentonville Road?    Euston Road
Which property completes a Monopoly set with Whitehall and Pall Mall?    Northumberland Avenue
Which property is immediately before Free Parking on a Monopoly board?    Vine Street
Which prophetess is said to have lived in a cave in Knaresborough?    Mother Shipton
Which prophetess lived in a cave in Knaresborough?    Old Mother Shipton
Which pseudonym was used by the writer Mary Ann Evans?    George Eliot
Which public house is situated on Flatt's Lane in Eston?    Norman Conquest
Which publication serialised Sherlock Holmes stories, beginning in 1891?    Strand Magazine
Which punctuation mark is used to link a word with an explanatory note at the bottom of a page?    Asterisk
Which Quaker gave his name to the USA's second state?    William Penn
Which quartet consisted of the Peterson sisters, Susanna Hoffs and Annette Zilinskas?    The Bangles
Which raccoon like mammal of the Himalayas is related to the panda and sometimes known as the red panda?    Cat Bear
Which race meeting  held each June has the Gold Cup as its highlight?    Royal Ascot
Which racing driver was runner up in the formula 1 Championships four times?    Stirling Moss
Which Radio 1 DJ had the regular "Our Tune" spot in his mid morning show?    Simon Bates
Which radio character was known as 'Pilot of the future'?    Dan Dare
Which radio programme has been presented by Marjorie Anderson, Sue McGregor and Jenny Murray for over half a century?    Woman'S Hour
Which radio station was replaced by radio four in 1967?    Third Programme
Which RAF officer did Princess Margaret almost marry in 1953?    Peter Townsend
Which RAF rank corresponds to the army rank of lieutenant colonel?    Wing Commander
Which RAF rank is equivalent to the army rank of lieutenant-general?    Air Marshal
Which RAF rank is immediately above Group Captain?    Air Commodore
Which railway runs from Moscow to Vladivostock?    Trans Siberian
Which range of hills runs close to the Sussex coast?    South Downs
Which range of the Australian Alps contains Mount Koskiusko, the highest peak in Australia?    Snowy Mountains
Which rank was held by Jones in Dad's Army?    Lance Corporal
Which real life newspaper reporter was played by Dustin Hoffman in the 1974 film All The Presidents Men?    Carl Bernstein
Which receptacle for growing cultures was named after its Scottish inventor?    Petrie Dish
Which reference book containing information on the countries of the world and a survey of the previous years world events as well as astronomical tables has been published annually since 1869?    Whitaker'S Almanack
Which region did Barry Manilow sing about in 1981?    Bermuda Triangle
Which region includes the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk?    East Anglia
Which region is regarded as the agricultural heartland of France?    Massif Central
Which region of London was originally comprised of the areas of Mayfair and Soho?    West End
Which region of northeast Africa is known in Arabic as As-Sahra?    Libyan Desert
Which region of South Africa has a coastline on both Atlantic and Indian oceans?    Cape Province
Which related singers had hits with "Standing On The Corner" and "A white Sport Coat"?    King Brothers
Which religion was founded by Mary Baker Eddy?    Christian Science
Which religion was founded by Mary Baker Eddy?    Christian Scientists
Which religious establishment in Devon is renowned for its "tonic"?    Buckfast Abbey
Which religious group publishes The War Cry    The Salvation Army
Which religious group was founded by William Booth?    Salvation Army
Which religious movement was founded by Bodhidharma?    Zen Buddhism
Which religious movement was founded by Charles Taze Russell?    Jehovah'S Witnesses
Which religious movement was founded by J.N. Darby?    Plymouth Brethren
Which REM hit contains the lyrics "Follow me, don't follow me"?    Orange Crush
Which removable medium can be used to store computer data?    Floppy Disc
Which resort city of Florida is especially popular with the thousands of American college students who migrate there for winter and spring holidays?    Fort Lauderdale
Which resort close to Honolulu is popular with sun worshippers?    Waikiki Beach
Which resort is the setting for many of the books of Garrioson Keiller?    Lake Wobegon
Which respected actor narrated the Mr Men series on TV?    Arthur Lowe
Which Ridley Scott film takes place during the Crusades of the 12th century?    Kingdom Of Heaven
Which river flows through the city of Carlisle?    Eden
Which road from Rome to Brindisi was begun in the 3rd century BC?    Appian Way
Which road of 1523 miles in length runs from Dawson Creek to Fairbanks?    Alaska Highway
Which Robert Redford character was turned down by both Warren Beatty and Marlon Brando?    Sundance Kid
Which rock and roll singer was backed by The Checkmates?    Emile Ford
Which rock band released the classic "In Rock" album im 1970?    Deep Purple
Which rock bands only top ten hit was the 1971 "Devil's Answer"    Atomic Rooster
Which Roland Emmerich film is set in New York during a new ice age?    The Day After Tomorrow
Which Roman Catholic public school for boys is run by Benedictine monks in a Yorkshire village?    Ampleforth College
Which Roman Road ran from Lincoln to Exeter?    Fosse Way
Which Roman road ran from London to Wroxeter?    Watling Street
Which Roman road ran from London to York?    Ermine Street
Which royal person is credited with popularising Christmas trees?    Prince Albert
Which royal personage died of typhoid at the age of 42?    Prince Albert
Which rugby league player is nicknamed "Chariots"?    Martin Offiah
Which rugby league team are the Blue Sox?    Halifax.
Which ruling prevented women from succeeding to the throne of many European countries?    Salic Law
Which Russian aristocrat played rugby union for England in 1936?    Alexander Obolensky
Which Russian athlete won the first ever Olymic 10,000 metres for women in 1988?    Olga Bondarenko
Which Russian boxer was played by Dolph Lundgren in the fourth Rocky film?    Ivan Drago
Which Russian cyclist won the 1988 milk race?    Vasiliy Zhdanov
Which Russian major was played by Barbara Bach in The Spy Who Loved Me?    Anya Amasova
Which Russian sprinter took gold in both 100m and 200m in the 1972 Olympic games?    Valery Borzov
Which Russian won three consecutive Olympic triple jump gold medals?    Victor Saneyev
Which ruthless Mexican bandit was played in six films by Cesar Romero?    Cisko Kid
Which safety device, invented by Benjamin Franklin, consists of a thick copper strip of very low resistance that connects a metal rod?    Lightning Conductor
Which saint  was Robert Bolt's play A Man For All Seasons based upon?    Thomas More
Which saints day falls on 26th December?    St Stephen
Which sauce is the traditional accompaniment to roast turkey?    Cranberry Sauce
Which schools choir had an unlikely number 1 hit with "There's no-one quite like Grandma"?    Saint Winifred'S
Which schoolteacher was played by John Alderton in the tv comedy Please Sir?    Bernard Hedges
Which scientific forgery was for over 40 years believed to be the missing link between humans and apes?    Piltdown Man
Which scientist is credited with discovering the circulation of blood in the human body?    William Harvey
Which scientist was known as the "Father of Chemistry"?    Robert Boyle
Which sci-fi blockbuster had important scenes filmed at Devil's Tower in the U.S.A?    Close Encounters Of The Third Kind
Which Scotland Yard department was headed by Colonel March?    Queer Complaints
Which Scottish actor played Dr Cameron in the popular tv series Dr Finlay's Casebook??    Andrew Cruicshank
Which Scottish architect and designer was responsible for the interior of Harewood House?    Robert Adam
Which Scottish born film director won Oscars for Cavalcade (1933) and The Divine Lady (1929)?    Frank Lloyd
Which Scottish boxer lost his world lightweight title to Roberto Duran in 1972?    Ken Buchanan
Which Scottish hero is the subject of the recent film Braveheart?    William Wallace
Which Scottish heroine is remembered for her part in the escape of Bommie Prince Charlie in 1746?    Flora Macdonald
Which Scottish novelist became Governor General of Canada in 1935?    John Buchan
Which Scottish poet of the late 19th century is regarded as the worlds worst poet?    William Macgonagall
Which Scottish singers' only top ten hit was the 1978 release Darlin'?    Frankie Miller
Which sea lies between Sweden and Poland?    Baltic Sea
Which sea lies off the coast of Queensland, Australia?    Coral Sea
Which sea provides the only coastline for Pakistan?    Arabian Sea
Which sea separates Saudi Arabia from Egypt?    Red Sea
Which sea washes the Northern coast of Turkey?    Black Sea
Which seabird is noted for its annual migrations between the north and south polar regions?    Arctic Tern
Which seaport of Southern Chile was founded as a penal colony in the 19th century?    Punta Arenas
Which seaside town was the destination in 'Last Orders'?    Margate
Which seaside town was the location for the meeting between Mods and Rockers in 'Quadrophenia'?    Brighton
Which season is referred to as vernal?    Spring
Which seasoning gives the Hungarian dish goulash its traditional flavour?    Paprika
Which section of a manufacturing process checks that the product being made is acceptable?    Quality Control
Which section of the Atlantic Ocean was the main base of the British Grand Fleet during World War I?    Scapa Flow
Which section of the High Court specialises in such matters as divorce and custody of children?    Family Division
Which sentence of up to 240 hours of unpaid work can be imposed on offenders by the English courts?    Community Service
Which series of children's stories feature a character called the Fat Controller?    Thomas the Tank Engine
Which series of films featured Lieutenant Frank Drebin?    Naked Gun
Which series of motorcycle races take place on the Isle of Man annually?    Tourist Trophy
Which serious infectious disease is caused by the Epstein-Barr virus?    Glandular Fever
Which serious pest has the scientific name Leptinotarsa decemlineata?    Colorado Beetle
Which set of conventions are followed by English publishers and printers?    Hart'S Rules
Which set of integers define the energy state of an electron in an atomic arrangement?    Quantum Numbers
Which set of laws reduced the exploitation of women and children in the workplace during the 19th century?    Factory Acts
Which seven day period in the Christian church begins on Palm Sunday?    Holy Week
Which Shakespeare play was also the title of a David Essex hit?    Winter'S Tale
Which Sheffield rock band first hit the British top ten in 1987 with "Animal"?    Def Leppard
Which ship arrived at Southampton for the last time on September 27th 1967?    Queen Mary
Which ship laid the first transatlantic cable in 1865?    Great Eastern
Which ship was found adrift, apparently abandoned, with sails set in the Atlantic in 1872?    Marie Celeste
Which ship was raised from the bed of the Solent in 1982?    Mary Rose
Which ship was salvaged in 1982 after 437 years on the sea bed?    Mary Rose
Which ship was sunk in a New Zealand harbour in 1985 after being attacked by French government agent?    Rainbow Warrior
Which show jumper will be forever associated with the V sign?    Harvey Smith
Which siblings had a hit with the song "Arms Of Mary"?    Sutherland Brothers
Which sign of the zodiac is between Pisces and Taurus?    Aries
Which sign of the Zodiac is represented by a half man/half horse known as a centaur?    Sagittarius
Which sign of the Zodiac is represented by a half man/half horse known as a centaur?    Sagittarius
Which singer asked in 1960 "Is a Bluebird Blue"?    Conway Twitty
Which singer died in Los Angeles in 1984 after being shot by his own father?    Marvin Gaye
Which singer died in Los Angeles in 1984 after being shot by his own father?    Marvin Gaye
Which singer entered the charts in 1964 with "Wild Side of Life"?    Tommy Quickly
Which singer first entered the British charts in 1987 with "I Really Didn't Mean It"?    Luther Vandross
Which singer had a 1965 top ten hit with "Yesterday man"?    Chris Andrews
Which singer had a 1989 and 1995 hit with "Have I Told You Lately"?    Van Morrison
Which singer had a hit with the theme from the film Midnight Cowboy?    Harry Nilsson
Which singer had his only top 20 hit with "One night in Bangkok" in 1984?    Murray Head
Which singer is associated with the 1985 hit song "Walking in the Air"?    Aled Jones
Which singer reached number 1 in 1974 with the song "Seasons In The Sun"?    Terry Jacks
Which singer reached number 1 with the song "Nothing Compares 2 U"?    Sinead O'Connor
Which singer reached number 2 in the charts of 2004 with "Some Girls"?    Rachel Stevens
Which singer took the name of a German composer?    Engelbert Humperdinck
Which singer was backed by a group called the Blockheads?    Ian Dury
Which singer was backed by the Blue Flames?    Georgie Fame.
Which singer was backed by The Dreamers on hits such as "I'm Telling You Now" and "You Were Made For Me"?    Freddie Garritty
Which singer was backed by The Pacemakers?    Gerry Marsden
Which singer was backed by the Tubeway Army?    Gary Numan
Which singer was killed in a boating accident in December 200?    Kirsty Maccoll
Which singer was particularly associated with the works of composer Benjamin Britten?    Peter Pears
Which singer, famous for his skiffle music died recently at the age of 71?    Lonnie Donegan
Which singers only number one hit was the 1957 recording of "Diana"?    Paul Anka
Which singer's third solo number 1 hit is entitled "If Tomorrow Never comes"?    Ronan Keating
Which singing group had hits with Ivory Tower and Paper Roses?    Kaye Sisters
Which six times British champion represented Ormesby table tennis club throughout the 1970s?    Dennis Neale
Which skier is known as 'The Hermanator'?    Hermann Maier
Which slang expression is sometimes used to describe cigarettes?    Coffin Nails
Which slang term has the following dictionary definitions - 1. Having nothing due or owed on either side 2. Having an equal score, as in a game or contest?    Even Stevens
Which slang term is often used to describe a psychiatrist?    Trick Cyclist
Which slang term is often used to mean a punch in the mouth?    Knuckle Sandwich
Which slang term is sometimes used in the armed forces to describe cutlery?    Eating Irons
Which slowly progressive disabling ailment is marked by tremor and increasing stiffness of the muscles?    Parkinson'S Disease
Which small country is entirely surrounded by Italian territory?    San Marino
Which small gun dog has only two breeds, English and Welsh?    Springer Spaniel
Which small missiles used in warfare, are usually fitted with a fuse of about four seconds?    Hand Grenades
Which small rodent living on seeds and grain, can be found in hedgerows and cornfields throughout Britain?    Harvest Mouse
Which small round tart is particularly associated with Christmas?    Mince Pie
Which small, graceful cervine creature is found throughout the woodlands of Europe and Asia?    Roe Deer
Which snooker played reached his only world final in 1974, losing 22-12 to Ray Reardon?    Graham Miles
Which soap character was killed during an armed robbery?    Ernie Bishop
Which soap character was played by Ken Morley?    Reg Holdsworth
Which so-called sport was banned by parliament in 1585?    Bear Baiting
Which song became a number 1 hit for the second time in 1986, 27 years after it first topped the charts?    Living Doll
Which song begins "Well we went to a party at the local county jail"?    Rubber Bullets
Which song by a football team reached number 1 in 1970?    Back Home
Which song contains the line, “you can tell your dog to bite my leg”?    Achy Breaky Heart
Which song has been a hit for Elton John & Kiki Dee, Richard Chamberlain and Shakin' Stevens?    True Love
Which song has been a top ten hit for both Elton John and the Who?    Pinball Wizard
Which song holds the record for the greatest jump from within the charts to No. 1?    Happy Talk
Which song remained at the top of the British charts for 11 weeks in 1955?    Rose Marie
Which song replaces 'The Killing Moon' by Echo & the Bunnymen at the start of 'Donnie Darko' in the director's cut?    Never Tear Us Apart
Which song spent 9 weeks at number 1 in the charts in 1975/76?    Bohemian Rhapsody
Which song was a 1966 number 1 hit for Georgie Fame?    Get Away
Which song was a 1986 top 10 hit for the Austrian singer Falco?    Vienna Calling
Which song was a 1993 number 1 hit for 2 Unlimited?    No Limit
Which song was a hit for both Tommy James and the Shondells and Billy Idol?    Mony Mony
Which song was a hit for Frankie Vaughan and Shakin' Stevens?    Green Door
Which song was a hit for Mike Sarne and Wendy Richard?    Come Outside
Which song was a hit for Neil Sedaka in 1959 and 1972?    Oh Carol
Which song was a number 1 hit for Enya in 1988?    Orinoco Flow
Which song was a number 1 hit for Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder in 1982?    Ebony & Ivory
Which song was a number 1 hit for two members of the It Ain't Half Hot Mum cast?    Whispering Grass
Which song was a number 1 hit in 1986 for the Swedish rock band Europe?    Final Countdown
Which song was a top 20 hit for Clint Eastwood?    I Talk To The Trees
Which song was a top ten hit for Bill Withers in 1978 and again in 1988?    Lovely Day
Which song was on the Boney M double A side hit with 'Rivers of Babylon'?    Brown Girl In The Ring
Which song was part of a Double A side number 1 hit with "Stupid Cupid"?    Carolina Moon
Which song was released by Bob Mortimer to celebrate Middlesbrough FC reaching the FA Cup Final?    Let'S Dance
Which song was released by Lonnie Donegan as the other half of a double A side with Puttin' On The Style?    Gamblin' Man
Which song was the last No.1 hit for Billy J. Kramer?    Little Children
Which song, as sung by Luciano Pavarotti, was adopted as the theme for the World Cup in Rome?    Nessun Dorma by Puccini
Which song, written by James Connell in 1889 is considered to be the anthem of the political Labour movement?    The Red Flag
Which South African born cricketer captained both England and Northants?    Allan Lamb
Which South African novellist wrote July's People and The Conservationist?    Nadine Gordimer
Which Spanish phrase, translating into English as "Holy Ghost" is often used in Catholic church services?    Espiritu Santo
Which specialised science involves the study of the properties of the  nucleus of the  atom?    Nuclear Physics
Which species of butterfly can be identified by its seven white spots?    Purple Emperor
Which species of tree is used as the traditional Christmas tree in Britain?    Norway Spruce
Which speedway rider from the town of Yarm has been world champion?    Gary Havelock
Which speedway rider won the 19 world championship?    Ole Olsen
Which Spielberg blockbuster was filmed on the Hawaiian islands of Oahu and Kauai in 1992?    Jurassic Park
Which spooky pub to two young men wander into in An American Werewolf In London?    Slaughtered Lamb
Which sport awards the Calder Trophy to the Rookie of the Year?    Ice Hockey
Which sport can you watch at Hook Point and Winkipop?    Surfing
Which sport do the Australian Kookaburras play?    Hockey
Which sport has a name meaning 'empty hand' in English?    Karate
Which sport has a name which means 'gentle way' in English?    Judo
Which sport is alternatively known as toxophily?    Archery
Which sport is governed by the I.F.N.A.?    Netball
Which sport is governed by the National Homing Union?    Pigeon Racing
Which sport is governed in Britain by the N.G.R.C.?    Greyhound Racing
Which sport is played at Cowdray Park?    Polo
Which sport is played by Essendon, Footscray and Carlton?    Aussie Rules
Which sport is played by Sydney Swans and West Coast Eagles?    Australian Rules
Which sport is played by the Bracknell Bees?    Ice Hockey
Which sport is played by the Florida Panthers?    Ice Hockey
Which sport is played in the MLL?    Lacrosse
Which sport is played in variations named hardball and softball?    Squash
Which sport is played on a court measuring 13.4 metres x 5.18 metres?    Badminton
Which sport is practiced indoors with an ergometer?    Rowing
Which sport is thought to have originated among British soldiers stationed in Canada?    Ice Hockey
Which sport may take place 'in the round'?    Fencing
Which sport takes place at Churchill Downs in the U.S.A?    Horse Racing
Which sport takes place at Churchill Downs in the U.S.A?    Horse Racing
Which sport takes place at Monmore and Catford?    Greyhound Racing
Which sport takes place in a velodrome?    Cycling
Which sport takes place in Kitzbuhel?    Skiing
Which sport takes place on the Bonzai Pipeline?    Surfing
Which sport takes place on the Dunny Bowl in Australia?    Surfing
Which sport takes place within a dohjo?    Sumo
Which sport took place for the first time in Britain at Belle Vue in Manchester in 1926?    Greyhound Racing
Which sport uses Zone and Thunder Flash balls?    Ten Pin Bowling
Which sport was devastated by the so-called Festina Scandal in 1998?    Cycling
Which sport was introduced to Britain by an American Charles Munn in 1926?    Greyhound Racing
Which sport was known as Poona in its early days?    Badminton
Which sport, originally called mintonette, was invented by Will Morgan?    Volleyball
Which sporting body has its headquarters at Twickenham?    Rugby Union
Which sporting club was founded on bonfire Night 1875?    Blackburn Rovers
Which sporting equipment did Anne Boleyn give to Henry VIII as a birthday present?    Darts
Which sporting equipment was invented by Fred Walter?    Water Skis
Which sporting event involves fencing, swimming, shooting, running and riding?    Modern Pentathlon
Which sporting team use Station Park to play home fixtures?    Forfar Athletic
Which sporting trophy was played for at Brookline in 1999?    Ryder Cup
Which sporting world champion was born on 22nd February 1949?    Niki Lauda
Which sportsman is known as the "Real Deal"?    Evander Holyfield
Which sportsman is nicknamed "Wild Thing"?    John Daly
Which sportsman was known as "The Glitter Man"?    Bobby George
Which sportsman was nicknamed The Limestone Cowboy    Bob Anderson
Which sportsman's father once sang in the Eurovision Song Contest?    Barry Mcguigan
Which stairway to heaven is also a blue harebell shaped flower?    Jacob's ladder
Which star signs comes between Cancer and Virgo?    Leo
Which state of Northeast India has Calcutta as its capital?    West Bengal
Which stately home was built 1709-1711 for John Churchill and his wife Sarah?    Marlborough House
Which statue is at the centre of Piccadilly Circus in London?    Eros.
Which stories by Rudyard Kipling contained explanations for how the camel got his hump and how the leopard got his spots?    Just So
Which strategic upland region of Syria was captured by Israel during the six day war of 1967?    Golan Heights
Which stretch of water between Canada and Greenland is named after an English navigator of the 15th/16th century?    Baffin Bay
Which stretch of water is sometimes referred to as Big Muddy?    Mississippi River
Which stretch of water is sometimes referred to as the Herring Pond?    Atlantic Ocean
Which stretch of water lies between Italy and the Balkan peninsula?    Adriatic Sea
Which stretch of water lies between the Scottish mainland and the Orkney Islands?    Pentland Firth
Which stretch of water lies to the north of the Straits of Hormuz?    Persian Gulf
Which stretch of water links the East China Sea and the South China Sea?    Taiwan Strait
Which stretch of water separates the USA from Russia?    Bering Straits
Which striking sculpture by John Steell and dedicated to a famous writer, stands in Princes Street, Edinburgh    Scott Monument
Which strong oxidising agent is used commercially as a bleach?    Hydrogen Peroxide
Which strong smelling cheese with a brown rind hails from North Eastern Belgium?    Limburger
Which structure was transported from England to the USA and now stands in Lake Havasu City, Arizona?    London Bridge
Which style of music, a precursor of reggae, mingled local calypso with rhythm and blues?    Ska
Which style of piano playing is associated with    Boogie Woogie
Which substance is produced in the salivary glands of bees and fed to the queen?    Royal Jelly
Which superior grade of tea is made from small leaves at the tips of the plant stems?    Orange Pekoe
Which supermarket opened in Burnt Oak in 1929?    Tesco
Which Swedish prime minister was assassinated in 1986?    Olof Palme
Which sweet foodstuff is named after a town in Derbyshire?    Bakewell Tart
Which swimmer set 28 world records before becoming the most famous Tarzan?    Johnny Weismuller
Which swimmer won the first ever Olympic gold medal for Surinam in 1988?    Anthony Nesty
Which Swiss skier was the womns slalom gold medallist at the 1994 winter Olympic games?    Vreni Schneider
Which sword fencing chelonian was created by Hanna Barbera in 1962?    Touche Turtle
Which synthetic substance first developed in the 1940s is often used as a substitute for wool?    Acrylic Fibre
Which system of exercises for the body and mind was originally based on the teachings of  Patanjali?    Hatha Yoga
Which team were first division champions in 1958 and 1959?    Wolvehampton Wanderers
Which technological advance in the cotton industry was invented by John Kay?    Flying Shuttle
Which teddy boy singer was portrayed by Russ Abbot?    Vince Prince
Which television character is most asscoiated with Francis Matthews?    Paul Temple
Which television detective is based in the village of Kingsmarkham?    Wexford
Which television show was presented for a number of years by Johnny Morris?    Animal Magic
Which television soap character is played by actor Ray Meagher?    Alf Stewart
Which temple was rebuilt to protect it from thee rising waters of Lake Nasser?    Abu Simbel
Which tennis player, fashion designer, author and spy was born in Eastbourne in 1910?    Teddy Tinling
Which Tennyson poem was dedicated to his friend Arthur Hallam?    In Memoriam
Which term acan be used to describe someone who is not restrained by tradition or obligation, a nonconformist?    Free Spirit
Which term coined by George du Maurier means "essentially bad though with good parts"?    Curate'S Egg
Which term describes a bet in which the winnings are equal to the stake?    Even Money
Which term describes a decoy intended to attract attention away from the main subject?    Red Herring
Which term describes a motor vehicle constructed before 1919?    Veteran Cars
Which term describes a painting of inanimate objects such as fruit or flowers?    Still Life
Which term describes a painting produced between the years 1500 and 1800 by one of the great European masters?    Old Master
Which term describes a person who discourages fun or who dampens cheerfulness?    Wet Blanket
Which term describes a persons weak spot?    Achilles Heel
Which term describes a players target in snooker?    Object Ball
Which term describes a school in the UK that receives its money directly from central rather than local government?    Grant Maintained
Which term describes a short period during the evening when alcoholic drinks prices are reduced?    Happy Hour
Which term describes a small country whose economy is often heavily dependent on one product?    Banana Republic
Which term describes a woman who marries a man for his money?    Gold Digger
Which term describes an elderly man who is financially generous to a young woman?    Sugar Daddy
Which term describes an embalmed or preserved body wrapped tightly in bandages and discovered in modern times in the Valley of the Kings?    Egyptian Mummy
Which term describes food which is sold prepared to be cooked without any extra work from the buyer, especially poultry?    Oven Ready
Which term describes offences against the law that are committed by young people?    Juvenile Delinquency
Which term describes people who refuse to serve in the armed forces on religious or moral grounds?    Conscientious Objectors
Which term describes structures of architectural importance which are protected from alteration by the government?    Listed Buildings
Which term describes the diocese of the pope?    Holy See
Which term describes the full costume worn in the past by the clansmen of Scotland?    Highland Dress
Which term describes the inhalation of tobacco smoke from other people's cigarettes?    Passive Smoking
Which term describes the lines of latitude at 66 degrees north and south?    Polar Circles
Which term describes the more conservative or reactionary section of a political party or spectrum    Right Wing
Which term describes the part of a person's life when they are young and inexperienced?    Salad Days
Which term describes the period of time for which an animal remains pregnant?    Gestation Period
Which term describes the possible long term aftermath of atomic warfare?    Nuclear Winter
Which term describes the total sum paid by spectators to watch a sporting event?    Gate Money
Which term describes the vast, immeasurable region beyond the earth?    Outer Space
Which term describes the wife of a reigning king?    Queen Consort
Which term describes two children of the same sex who developed from a single fertilised ovum which then split into two?    Identical Twins
Which term describes valuable gold or silver objects found hidden which have no known owner?    Treasure Trove
Which term describes vehicles designed to be driven over rough terrain?    Off Road
Which term do members of the House of Commons use to refer to the House of Lords?    Another Place
Which term for money put away for a future purpose is often used to refer to retirement savings?    Nest Egg
Which term for the Potteries in Staffordshire is particularly associated with the novels of Arnold Bennett?    Five Towns
Which term in astonomy is used to describe any large bright star with a relitavely cool surface?    Red Giant
Which term in astronomy means an increase in the wavelength of radiation emitted by a celestial body as a consequence of the Doppler effect?    Red Shift
Which term in English law refers to the questioning of witnesses called by the opposite side?    Cross Examination
Which term in English law refers to the questioning of witnesses called by the opposite side?    Cross Examination
Which term in English law refers to the questioning of witnesses called by the opposite side?    Cross Examination
Which term indicates downhill skiing?    Alpine
Which term is humourously applied to a woman's bust, waist and hips measurements?    Vital Statistics
Which term is often used in boxing to describe an awkward and dangerous opponent?    Ugly Customer
Which term is often used to describe a very heavy, thick fog?    Pea Souper
Which term is sometimes used to describe a churchyard or cemetery?    God'S Acre
Which term is sometimes used to describe a very fine, light drizzle?    Scotch Mist
Which term is sometimes used to describe a Western film?    Horse Opera
Which term is sometimes used to describe the number 13?    Baker'S Dozen
Which term is sometimes used to describe the prime ministers residence?    Number Ten
Which term is sometimes used to describe the western regions of Palestine?    Holy Land
Which term is sometimes used to describe water?    Adam'S Ale
Which term is sometimes used to refer to the House Of Commons?    Lower Chamber
Which term is used colloquially to mean intelligence or brains?    Grey Matter
Which term is used to describe a person who is willing to help others in their hour of need?    Good Samaritan
Which term is used to describe sporting fixtures between two teams situated geographically close to each other?    Local Derby
Which term is used to describe the period in which 50% of radioactive molecules of a radioactive substance will decay?    Half Life
Which term is used to refer to the developing nations of the African continent?    Third World
Which term is used, often in sport, to describe a person who does not have a contract of employment and is therefore able to join any company or team he likes?    Free Agent
Which term means "out of bounds" especially in North American military language?    Off Limits
Which term means a rehearsal or a practice before the real event?    Dummy Run
Which term means employing the use or threat of military power to back up international discussions?    Gunboat Diplomacy
Which term means 'in the open, without concealment or dishonesty'?    Above Board
Which term means skiing away from the designated areas?    Off Piste
Which term means that the value of a property is less than the amount outstanding on the loan taken to buy it?    Negative Equity
Which term means the right to express apersonal opinion without the threat of censorship or restraint from the government?    Free Speech
Which term means travelling on foot?    Shank'S Pony
Which term means walking in line one behind the other?    Indian File
Which term refers to a former pupil of a public school?    Old Boy
Which term refers to a woman who regularly lives apart from her husband?    Grass Widow
Which term refers to the half of the earth containing the Americas?    Western Hemisphere
Which term refers to the region of the USA including the states of Washington and Oregon?    Pacific Northwest
Which term was coined to describe a person who perceives most foreign influences on Britain's culture and institutions as damaging or insidious?    Little Englander
Which term was coined to describe a person who perceives most foreign influences on Britain's culture and institutions as damaging or insidious?    Little Englander
Which term was used to describe the group of writers including Donne, Marvell and Eliot?    Metaphysical Poets
Which term, originally used in sailing, is now used informally to tell somebody to go away?    Push Off
Which terrorist organisation were active in Kenya during the 1950s?    Mau Mau
Which theatre in Islington was once home to the Royal Ballet?    Sadler'S Wells
Which thoroughfare has been the centre of banking in the city of London since the 12th century?    Lombard Street
Which three British newspapers were owned by Robert Maxwell at the time of his death in 1991?    Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror, The People
Which three countries share a border with Pakistan?    India, Afghanistan, Iran
Which title is given to an ambassador from one commonwealth country to another?    High Commissioner
Which title is given to anyone who has been appointed a privy councillor?    Right Honourable
Which title is shared by a 1974 film starring Barry Newman and a 1981 top ten hit for Graham Bonnet?    Night Games
Which title was held by King George IV for the nine years immediatley before he became king in 1820?    Prince Regent
Which titled cartoon character lived with his aunt?    Lord Snooty
Which Tolstoy heroine loved an army officer called Vronski?    Anna Karenina
Which tomb was constructed for the wife of Shah Jehan?    Taj Mahal
Which top darts player is nicknamed 'Barney'?    Raymond Barneveld
Which tourist attraction was constructed in Brighton in 1899?    Palace Pier
Which town in Michigan has a football teaqm nicknamed "Rampage"?    Grand Rapids
Which town in North Yorkshire stands on the river Dove?    Kirkby Moorside
Which town in Tennesse was founded in 1942 as part of the Manhattan Project to develop a nuclear bomb and now houses a laboratory manufacturing plutonium for nuclear weapons?    Oak Ridge
Which town is at the geographical centre of Australia?    Alice Springs
Which town is the capital of Gran Canaria and co-capital of the Canary Islands?    Las Palmas
Which town stands at the northern end of the Shropshire Union canal?    Ellesmere Port
Which trap wears the striped jacket in greyhound racing?    6
Which travel company operate a fleet of cream and brown coaches?    Wallace Arnold
Which treatment involves the use of purposeful activity to help people deal with their problems?    Occupational Therapy
Which Trollope novel    Phineas Finn
Which trophy is awarded to the winners of Rugby Union's world cup competition?    Webb Ellis
Which trophy is contested by the Rugby Union teams of England and Scotland?    Calcutta Cup
Which trophy is played for by the ice hockey teams of North America?    Stanley Cup
Which trophy was contested annually by women's tennis teams from Britain and USA until 1990?    Wightman Cup
Which tube station is named after a football team?    Arsenal
Which tv bad boy is played by actor John Altman?    Nick Cotton
Which tv business was acquired by Frank and Kim Tate in 1989?    Home Farm
Which tv character became famous as "The Weatherfield One"?    Dierdre Barlow
Which tv character do you most associate with actor Bryan Moseley?    Alf Roberts
Which tv character has been played for a number of years by Stan Richards?    Seth Armstrong
Which tv character is associated with actor Dan Blocker?    Hoss Cartwright
Which tv character is associated with the phrase "Evening all"?    George Dixon
Which tv character is associated with the phrase "We're all doomed"?    Private Frazer
Which tv character is associated with the phrase "Who loves ya baby"?    Theo Kojak
Which tv character is famous for her wrinkly stockings?    Nora Batty
Which tv character is played by Kevin Kennedy?    Curly Watts
Which tv character is played by the actress June Brown?    Dot Cotton
Which tv character left Southfork for Knot's landing?    Gary Ewing
Which tv character lives in Bikini Bottom?    Spongebob Squarepants
Which tv character owned a dog named Willy?    Ethel Skinner
Which tv character owns a café in the town of Nouvien?    Rene Artois
Which tv character played by Richard Beckinsale lodged with Rupert Rigsby?    Alan Moore
Which tv character was originally played by Dick York and later by dick Sergeant?    Darren Stevens
Which tv character was played by Anne Haddy?    Helen Daniels
Which tv characters lived in a flat in Huskisson street, Liverpool?    Liver Birds
Which TV comedy series is set in the Bayview Retirement Home in Bournemouth?    Waiting For God
Which TV comedy series is set in the town of Crimpton–On–Sea?    Hi-De-Hi
Which tv comedy series starred Jimmy Mulville and Diana Hardcastle as a young married couple?    That'S Love
Which tv comedy show featured a character called Richard de Vere?    To The Manor Born
Which tv comedy starred Anton Rodgers and Julia McKenzie as husband and wife?    Fresh Fields
Which tv comedy starred Matthew Kelly as the father of a teenage son he never knew he had?    Relative Strangers
Which tv comedy starred Richard Beckinsale and Paula Wilcox as Geoffrey and Beryl?    The Lovers
Which tv detective operated in the city of Bristol?    Eddie Shoestring
Which tv detective was created by Colin Dexter?    Inspector Morse
Which tv doctor was played by Robert Young?    Marcus Welby
Which TV drama series is set in Larkhall Prison?    Bad Girls
Which TV game show of the sixties launched a short but successful career for a glamour-girl assistant called Anne Aston?    Golden Shot
Which tv game show was originally presented by Gordon Burns?    Krypton Factor
Which tv impressioist show stars John Culshaw and Jan Ravens?    Dead Ringers
Which TV personality was once Captain of Darts at Cambridge University?    Sid Waddell
Which tv presenter is the daughter of Gloria Hunniford?    Caron Keating
Which tv programme had Maple Leaf Rag as its theme music?    Pot Black
Which tv programme has been presented by both Judith Hann and Philippa Forrester?    Tomorrow'S World
Which tv programme was presented for 17 years by Geoff Hamilton until his death in 1996?    Gardeners' World
Which tv puppet owl was voiced by Wally Whyton?    Olly Beak
Which tv role is associated with actress Pam St. Clement?    Pat Butcher
Which tv series featured a band named The Majestics?    Tutti Frutti
Which tv series featured a three masted schooner named Charlotte Rose?    Onedin Line
Which TV series features the fire fighters of Blue Watch B25?    'London'S Burning'.
Which tv series first shown in 1998 features the taxi firm Cresta Cabs?    Roger Roger
Which TV series involved a painter called    Brushstrokes
Which tv series of the 1970s was concerned with the lives of a fictional Yorkshire community during the 1930s?    South Riding
Which tv series of the late 1960s starred Ralph Nossek as Superintendent Proud?    Fraud Squad
Which tv series of the late 1970s focused on the exploits of a WWII resistance group named Lifeline?    Secret Army
Which tv series starred Billy Connolly as a portrait painter and Sarah Lancashire as his housekeeper?    Gentleman'S Relish
Which tv series stars John Lithgow and Jane Curtin as aliens on a mission to Earth?    3Rd Rock From The Sun
Which tv series stars John Lithgow and Jane Curtin as aliens on a mission to Earth?    3rd Rock From The Sun
Which tv series told of Michael Palin's year long journey around the Pacific Rim?    Full Circle
Which tv series was set in the legal chambers of the town of Fulchester?    Crown Court
Which tv show ended with the words "And it's goodnight from him"?    Two Ronnies
Which tv show featured a character called Joe Friday?    Dragnet
Which tv show featured characters named Tucker and Zammo?    Grange Hill
Which tv show followed the fortunes of Gary and Valene Ewing?    Knots Landing
Which tv show follows the antics of Richard Rich and Eddie Hitler?    Bottom
Which tv show follows the antics of Richard Rich and Eddie Hitler?    Bottom
Which tv show has been filmed in the Yorkshire village of Esholt?    Emmerdale
Which tv show has been filmed in the Yorkshire village of Goathland?    Heartbeat
Which tv show has been filmed in the Yorkshire village of Holmfirth?    Last Of The Summer Wine
Which tv show is set in the town of Nouvien?    Allo Allo
Which tv show starred David McCallum and Joanna Lumley?    Sapphire & Steel
Which tv snooker commentator shares his name with a football team?    Clive Everton
Which tv staff nurse was played by actress Cathy Shipton?    Lisa Duffin
Which tv talent show was won by Les Dennis, Michael Barrymore and Lenny Henry?    New Faces
Which tv trio were played by Stuart Damon, William Gaunt and Alexandra Bastedo?    The Champions
Which tv vet was portrayed by Robert Hardy?    Siegfried Farnon
Which tv weatherman admitted that he presented the weather with no shoes on?    Ian Mccaskill
Which two actors play the principal parts in the TV comedy series 'Bottom'?    Rick Mayall & Adrian Edmondson
Which two creatures appear on the front of a British passport?    Lion & Unicorn
Which two horse racing courses are situated in Devon?    Exeter And Newton Abbot
Which two horse racing courses are situated in Norfolk?    Yarmouth And Fakenham
Which two languages are spoken in Belgium?    Flemish and French
Which two magic words are associated with Ali Baba?    Open Sesame
Which two types of food are particularly associated with the town of Melton Mowbray?    Pork Pies & Stilton Cheese
Which two word phrase described someone, often from a wealthy family, who depended on them sending money to him?    Remittance Man
Which two word phrase means "in a haphazard or random manner"?    Willy Nilly
Which two words are missing from the lyrics of this popular song written in 1935? " ……….  ……….  in the sunset, way out on the sea"    Red Sails
Which two words are missing from this poem by Mrs Hemans? "The ? of England, How beautiful they stand"    Stately Homes
Which two words complete the well known phrase" ………. ………. To bad rubbish"    Good Riddance
Which two words did Prince Charles use to describe a proposed extension to the National Gallery?    Monstrous Carbuncle
Which Tyneside tv character was played by Rodney Bewes?    Bob Ferris
Which Tyneside tv character was played by Rodney Bewes?    Bob Ferris
Which type of ancient structures can be seen on top of artificial mounds at Silbury and Solsbury?    Hill Fort
Which type of animals are referred to as carnivores?    Meat Eaters
Which type of animals are referred to as herbivores?    Plant Eaters
Which type of archery involves moving around a pre-determined course?    Field
Which type of baggy trousers are worn occassionally by golfers?    Plus Fours
Which type of belt is named after an American soldier?    Sam Browne
Which type of bowls is played on a surface which is higher at the centre than at the edges?    Crown Green
Which type of brimless headwear is triangular in shape?    Cocked Hat
Which type of casserole made with thin strips of fillet steak is named after a 19th century Russian diplomat?    Stroganoff
Which type of casserole made with thin strips of fillet steak is named after a 19th century Russian diplomat?    Beef Stroganoff
Which type of company may be set up by an individual and has no legal requirement for an AGM of shareholders?    Limited Liability
Which type of confection has been advertised by a character named Bertie Bassett?    Liquorice Allsorts
Which type of crisp, sweet biscuit is rolled into a cylinder after baking?    Brandy Snap
Which type of cycle racing takes places on specially prepared hilly sand tracks?    Bmx
Which type of dessert is traditionally accompanied by brandy butter?    Plum Pudding
Which type of energy can exist between two electrically charged moving particles?    Magnetic Field
Which type of English apple tree produces gold coloured apples?    Blenheim Orange
Which type of fairground ride is named after its American inventor?    Ferris Wheel
Which type of food is named after an island in the Atlantic Ocean?    Madeira Cake
Which type of foodstuff is named after a young street  vendor from the city of Bath?    Sally Lunn
Which type of footwear is named after Arthur Wellesley?    Wellington Boots
Which type of knot is the simplest for joining two ropes together?    Sheet Bend
Which type of knot should you use to secure a rope to a post?    Clove Hitch
Which type of metal are most darts made of?    Tungsten
Which type of motor racing is the setting for 'Days of Thunder'?    Stock Car
Which type of mutual organisation offers members a wide range of financial services including, pensions, savings and insurance?    Friendly Societies
Which type of nuclear reactor has no moderator to slow down neutrons, making it considerably faster and more efficient than other types?    Fast Breeder
Which type of salad dressing has the same name as an area of the upper St Lawrence river?    Thousand Islands
Which type of sherry glass has the same name as a sailing ship with two or more masts?    Schooner
Which type of sherry glass has the same name as a sailing ship with two or more masts?    Schooner
Which type of shops are robbed by Matt Dillon and Kelly Lynch in a 1989 film?    Drugstores
Which type of simplified mixed language originated in Chinese ports frequented by British sailors?    Pidgin English
Which type of smoked haddock derives its name from a seaside town to the south of Aberdeen?    Finnan Haddie
Which type of soft confectionary is named after the capital of Scotland?    Edinburgh Rock
Which type of success costs more than is gained?    Pyrrhic Victory
Which type of thick soup is made from beef stock, chopped vegetables and pearl barley?    Scotch Broth
Which type of ticket allows extended travel on London's local buses?    Red Rover
Which type of timepiece is operated by a vibrating crystal?    Quartz Clock
Which type of unsweetened biscuit is named after a West Country physician?    Bath Oliver
Which type of whistle is used by almost every football league referee?    Acme Thunderer
Which type of wood is often used in furniture making?    Knotty Pine
Which type stone are curling stones made from?    Granite
Which U.S. singer released an album called Building the Perfect Beast?    Don Henley
Which Ugandan world boxing champion lost his title to Sugar Ray Leonard after being knocked out in the 9th round of a 1981 title fight?    Ayub Kalule
Which unbeatable pool player was played on film by Jackie Gleason?    Minnesota Fats
Which uncle and nephew, both Irish professional golfers, share the same name?    Christy O'Connor
Which undesirable little creatures have the scientific name pediculus capitis?    Head Lice
Which unit of distance is equal to 6,080 feet or 1,853 metres?    Nautical Mile
Which university are the light blues, Oxford or Cambridge?    Cambridge
Which University is in Milton Keynes?    Open
Which unpleasant inflammation of the stomach is usually caused by eating contaminated food?    Gastro Enteritis
Which uprising due to unrest over the imposition of the original poll tax of 1 shilling per head was led by Wat Tyler in 1381?    Peasant'S Revolt
Which US President is on a one dollar bill?    George Washington
Which vast expanse of sand lies mainly in northern chile?    Atacama Desert
Which vast French chateau in the north of England houses works by Goya, Canaletto and El Greco?    Bowes Museum
Which vast sandy area can be found in central Western Australia?    Gibson Desert
Which vegetable gave Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell a top ten hit?    Onion
Which vegetable is included in a genuine chili con carne?    Kidney Bean
Which vegetable is indicated on an Indian menu by the word aloo?    Potato
Which vegetable is the basic ingredient of the dish sauerkraut?    Cabbage
Which Venetian traveller explored Asia in the 13th century?    Marco Polo
Which Venezuelan patriot has a country of South America named after him?    Simon Bolivar
Which venue that staged Shakespeare plays was built on the banks of the Thames in 1587?    Rose Theatre
Which venue, now better known for motor cycle racing, staged the British Grand Prix during the 1930s?    Donington Park
Which verdict can be returned by Scottish juries but not English juries?    Not Proven
Which very famous novel features the character Philip Pirrip?    Great Expectations
Which village close to the Scottish border is associated with runaway marriages?    Gretna Green
Which virtuoso of the French horn was killed in a 1957 car crash?    Dennis Brain
Which virtuoso of the harmonica was born in America in 1914?    Larry Adler
Which volcanic hill overlooks the city of Edinburgh?    Arthur'S Seat
Which Wagner composition is played through loudspeakers during a helicopter attack in 'Apocalypse Now'?    Ride Of The Valkyries
Which war film starring Marlon Brando and Martin Sheen was shot on the island of Luzon in the Philippines?    Apocalypse Now
Which war is the setting for 'Paths Of Glory'?    World War I
Which war is the setting for the 2002 film 'We Were Soldiers'?    Vietnam War
Which war was fought between Russia and a European alliance including Britain and France?    Crimean War
Which war was fought between Russia and a European alliance including Britain and France?    Crimean War
Which was    Silver Ghost
Which was the 3rd number 1 hit for singer Frank Ifield?    Wayward Wind
Which was the Bee Gees only number 1 hit of the 1970s?    Night Fever
Which was the best selling car in Britain throughout the 1980s?    Ford Fiesta
Which was the first building society to convert itself into a PLC?    Abbey National
Which was the first country to elect a female PM in 1960?    Ceylon(Shri Lanka)
Which was the first film concerned with the Vietnam war to win an Oscar?    The Deerhunter
Which was the first LP ever released on the Virgin label?    Tubular Bells
Which was the first No.1 hit on which bob Geldof sang?    Rat Trap
Which was the first number 1 hit for Bobby Darin?    Dream Lover
Which was the first number 1 hit for The Supremes?    Baby Love
Which was the first of the Harry Callahan series of films?    Dirty Harry
Which was the first X rated film to win the Best Picture Oscar?    Midnight Cowboy
Which was the last major battle of the American Civil War?    Five Forks
Which was the last number 1 hit for Culture Club?    Karma Chameleon
Which was the last number 1 hit for T Rex?    Metal Guru
Which was the only surname of the 20th century shared by an American president and a British Prime Minister?    Wilson - Woodrow And Harold
Which was the tallest building in the world from 1889 - 1930?    Eiffel Tower
Which was the tallest building in the world from 1889 - 1930?    Eiffel Tower
Which was the world's first adhesive postage stamp?    Penny Black
Which water creature catches insects by knocking them off leaves with a jet of water?    Archer Fish
Which waterfall 21 m / 69 ft high,is situated  where the River Tees crosses the Whin Sill near Middleton - in - Teesdale?    High Force
Which waterway was constructed to connect the east and west coasts of Scotland?    Caledonian Canal
Which waterway, completed in 1776, connected Liverpool and Manchester?    Bridgewater Canal
Which weapon can be attached to the hand during fist sights?    Knuckle Duster
Which weapon of war kills by radiation with minimal damage to buildings and other structures?    Neutron Bomb
Which weapon popular with schoolboys consists of a straight hollow tube?    Pea Shooter
Which weekly magazine first published in 1956 reports on the latest technological developments?    New Scientist
Which weekly music magazine was first published in 1926?    Melody Maker
Which weekly newspaper was first published in 1915?    Sunday Mirror
Which well known actor is associated with the phrase 'Not a lot of people know that'?    Michael Caine
Which well known actress played the tv character Barbara Good?    Felicity Kendall
Which well known aircraft of World War II was nicknamed the Wimpy?    Wellington
Which well known Ayrshire golf club was founded in 1878?    Royal Troon
Which well known book is subtitled The Autobiography of a Horse?    Black Beauty
Which well known character "had a great fall"?    Humpty Dumpty
Which well known character has younger sisters named Maggie and Lisa?    Bart Simpson
Which well known charitable institution was founded by Sir William Hillary today in 1824?    R.N.L.I.
Which well known charitable institution was founded by Sir William Hillary today in 1824?    RNLI
Which well known comedian changed his surname from Bartholomew?    Eric Morecambe
Which well known director made an uncredited contribution to 'Supernova', a sci-fi space movie set aboard the medical ship Nightingale 229?    Francis Ford Coppola
Which well known English cabinet maker had his workshop in St Martin's Lane in London?    Thomas Chippendale
Which well known entertainer was born in 1921 in Swansea?    Harry Secombe
Which well known female writer left an unfinished novel entitled Sanditon?    Jane Austen
Which well known female writer left an unfinished novel entitled Sanditon?    Jane Austen
Which well known fictional character was created by Barbara Euphan Todd?    Worzel Gummidge
Which well known film character believed that "A boy's best friend is his mother"?    Norman Bates
Which well known film features a newspaper named The Enquirer?    Citizen Kane
Which well known film is set in the town of Rock Ridge?    Blazing Saddles
Which well known footballer was nicknamed the Wolfman?    Bernie Slaven
Which well known frontiersman and politician died in 1836 while helping to defend the Alamo?    Davy Crocket
Which well known historical figure first described England as a nation of shopkeepers?    Napoleon
Which well known military conflict is believed to have taken place around 1000BC?    Trojan War
Which well known mountains are situated in Dakota?    Black Hills
Which well known newspaper is always printed on pink paper?    Financial Times
Which well known person has the christian names Charles Lytton?    Tony Blair
Which well known person has the real christian names Jeremy John Durham?    Paddy Ashdown
Which well known person topped the bill on the opening night of Middlesbroughs Empire Theatre?    Lily Langtry
Which well known person was born Priscilla White?    Cilla Black
Which well known person was given the christian  names Charles Edward Anderson?    Chuck Berry
Which well known personality was born on 31st December 1969 in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne?    Rowan Atkinson
Which well known pirate radio station first broadcast on Easter Sunday 1964?    Radio Caroline
Which well known pirate radio station first broadcast on Easter Sunday 1964?    Radio Caroline
Which well known politician was a cousin of actress Margaret Rutherfrod?    Tony Benn
Which well known poultry is named after the administrative centre of Buckinghamshire?    Aylesbury Duck
Which well known science fiction writer published his early novels under the name Paul French?    Isaac Asimov
Which well known singer once played in goal for Real Madrid?    Julio Iglesias
Which well known singer was born Annie Mae Bullock?    Tina Turner
Which well known singer was born in the Welsh town of Tiger Bay?    Shirley Bassey
Which well known singer was christened with the first names Pierion Roland?    Perry Como
Which well known snooker venue is in Sheffield?    Crucible Theatre
Which well known song contains the lyrics "Lady of the house wonderin' where it's gonna stop"?    Brown Sugar
Which well known song contains the lyrics "Starlight and dewdrops are waiting for thee"?    Beautiful Dreamer
Which well known song was written by a journalist called Banjo Paterson?    Waltzing Matilda
Which well known sportsman and England captain has the middle name Dylan?    Bob Willis
Which well known tv personality is a fanatical bird watcher?    Bill Oddie
Which well known tv show was set in Walmington-on-Sea?    Dad'S Army
Which well known type of vehicle was first produced in 1949?    Land Rover
which well musician was nicknamed "Satchmo"?    Louis Armstrong
Which Welsh painter, known especially for his portraits, died in 1961?    Augustus John
Which West Indian cricketer completed the three Ws with Weekes and Worrell?    Clyde Walcott
Which Western lawman played by James Stewart cleaned up the town of Bottleneck while refusing to carry a gun?    Tom Destry
Which western town is the setting for the classic comedy film Blazing Saddles?    Rock Ridge
Which widely cultivated originally tropical American high- climbing plant has the scientific name Phaseolus coccineus?    Runner Bean
Which widely cultivated plant (Plumeria rubra) of the periwinkle family, is a type of frangipani and has large clusters of fragrant pink, red, or purple flowers?    Red Jasmine
Which wife of the Earl of Mercia has her statue erected in Coventry city centre?    Lady Godiva
Which wild creature has the scientific name canis lupus?    Grey Wolf
Which wild west heroine, who possessed an excellent shot, was born as Martha Jane Canary?    Calamity Jane
Which William Faulkner novel features the Sutpen family?    Absalom Absalom
Which wooden head with a pipe was a fairground target?    Aunt Sally
Which word describes a horse of reddish brown colour?    Chestnut
Which word in common English usage means “little shade” in Italian?    Umbrella
Which world billiards champion was also chairman of the WPBSA?    Rex Williams
Which world boxing champion of the 80s and 90s was nicknamed "Macho"    Hector Camacho
Which world boxing champion was known as "The Ambling Alp"?    Primo Carnera
Which world champion boxer was nicknamed "Homicide Hank"?    Henry Armstrong
Which world champion boxer won his title from Nigel Benn in November 1990?    Chris Eubank
Which world champion snooker player was affectionatley nicknamed "Dracula"?    Ray Reardon
Which world champion snooker player was affectionatley nicknamed "Dracula"?    Ray Reardon
Which world champion snooker player was affectionatley nicknamed "Dracula"?    Ray Reardon
Which world champion was born in Edinburgh on January 13th 1969?    Stephen Hendry
Which world champion was known as the Limestone Cowboy?    Bob Anderson
Which world famous city has a Spanish name meaning "The Meadows" in English?    Las Vegas
Which world famous composer lived from 1811-1886?    Franz Liszt
Which world famous snooker player died recently at the age of 84?    Fred Davis
Which world famous steeplechase takes place at Aintree every April?    Grand National
Which world famous structure, named after its designer, was completed in 1889?    Eiffel Tower
Which world heavyweight boxing champion coined the phrase "the bigger they are the harder they fall"?    Bob Fitzsimmons
Which World War II German businessman was played by Liam Neeson in a 1993 film?    Oskar Schindler
Which wrestling hold involves placing one arm from behind under the corresponding arm of an opponent and placing the hand on the back of the opponent's neck?    Half Nelson
Which writer created Baron Victor Frankenstein?    Mary Shelley
Which writer created Paddington Bear?    Michael Bond
Which writer is well known for his pictorial guides to the Lakeland fells?    Alfred Wainwright
Which writer said "The land of my fathers? My fathers can have it"?    Dylan Thomas
Which WWII bomber pilot opened his first home for ex-service men and women in 1946?    Leonard Cheshire
Which WWII bomber pilot opened his first home for ex-service men and women in 1946?    Leonard Cheshire
Which yachting trophy is competed for bi-annually off the south coast of Britain?    Admirals Cup
Which year of the 1990s saw the deaths of Roy Rogers, Enoch Powell and Catherine Cookson?    1998
Which yellow and black insect is deadly to potato crops?    Colorado Beetle
Which yellow and black insect is deadly to potato crops?    Colorado Beetle
Which yellow butter like substance obtained from a certain tree can be used as an edible fat for cooking and also in soap?    Palm Oil
Which yellow crystalline solid is used in the treament of burns and the manufacture of explosives?    Picric Acid
Which Yorkshire world champion is nicknamed "The Menace"    Dennis Priestley
Which young girl lived in Charles Dicken's Old Curiosity Shop?    Nell Trent
Who    Benjamin Disraeli
Who    Windy Miller
Who "waits at the window, wearing the face that she keeps in a jar by the door"?    Eleanor Rigby
Who accompanied Armstrong and Aldrin to the moon?    Michael Collins
Who accompanied Edwin Aldrin and Michael Collins on a historic journey in 1969?    Neil Armstrong
Who accompanied the Smurfs on several hit records of the 1970s?    Father Abraham
Who accompanied the Supremes on the 1971 hit River Deep, Mountain High?    Four Tops
Who accompanied Wendy Richard on the hit single 'Come Outside'?    Mike Sarne
Who according to a hit song was a "little dodgy maybe, but underneath he's alright"    Arthur Daley
Who according to a tv advert "Does make exceedingly good cakes"?    Mister Kipling
Who according to a well known rhyme "picked a peck of pickled pepper"?    Peter Piper
Who according to a well known rhyme "stepped in a puddle, right up to his middle"?    Doctor Foster
Who according to legend was struck blind for looking at Lady Godiva?    Peeping Tom
Who according to tradition assisted Bonnie Prince Charlie in his escape to the isle of Skye?    Flora Macdonald
Who adopted the name of John Palmer in the 18th century in an attempt to avoid capture by the authorities?    Dick Turpin
Who adopted the name Yusuf Islam in 1977?    Cat Stevens
Who along with her backing group had hits entitled Jimmy Mack and Dancing in the Streets?    Martha Reeves
Who am I? Born in Edinburgh in 1930, the son of a truck driver, my first job was delivering milk at the age of nine?    Sean Connery
Who appeared in the 1939 film Stagecoach and won an Oscar 31 years later?    John Wayne
Who appeared in the 1939 film Stagecoach and won an Oscar 31 years later?    John Wayne
Who appeared in the films Veronica Guerin and Conspiracy Of Silence in 2003?    Brenda Fricker
Who appeared in three consecutive Wimbledon finals in 1988/89/90?    Stefan Edberg
Who appeared on tv in the 1940s alongside Muffin the Mule?    Annette Mills
Who are the first five solo artistes who have had a solo number 1 hit while past the age of 50?    Louis Armstrong 67 Frank Sinatra 51 Telly Savalas 51 Cliff Richard 50 Charles Aznavour 50
Who are the two actress daughters of John Mills?    Hayley & Juliet
Who are the two actress daughters of Michael Redgrave?    Vannessa & Lynn
Who asked to be painted "Warts and everything"?    Oliver Cromwell
Who assisted Henry Wilkes in the running of The Woolpack Inn in early episodes of Emmerdale Farm?    Amos Brearley
Who assisted Jack Regan in a popular tv police drama series?    George Carter
Who at the age of 14 won a special Oscar for best child actress in 1960?    Hayley Mills
Who attempted to teach the flower girl Eliza Dolittle to speak the Queen's English?    Henry Higgins
Who based his best known work on the adventures of Alexander Selkirk?    Daniel Defoe
Who became acting president of the African National Congress (ANC) in 1967 during the imprisonment of Nelson Mandela?    Oliver Tambo
Who became Archbishop of Canterbury in 1991?    George Carey
Who became Britain's foreign secretary in 1989?    Douglas Hurd
Who became chancellor of West Germany in 1982?    Helmut Kohl
Who became Earl of Stockton on his 90th birthday?    Harold Macmillan
Who became king of England upon the death of his father in 1087?    William Rufus
Who became leader of the Philippines in 1987?    Corazon Aquino
Who became one of the world's first screen sex symbols after appearing in the 1921 film The Sheik?    Rudolph Valentino
Who became Pope John Paul II in 1978?    Karol Wojtyla
Who became ruler of Egypt on July 29th 1937?    King Farouk
Who became Russian Prime Minister in 1964?    Kosygin
Who became the 1979 formula 1 world champion driving a Ferrari?    Jody Scheckter
Who became the 19th president of the USA in 1877?    Rutherford Hayes
Who became the 31st president of the USA in 1929?    Herbert Hoover
Who became the wife of pantomime character Dick Whittington?    Alice Fitzwarren
Who became the women's world wrestling champion when she defeated Poison Ivy in 2001?    Lady Victoria
Who became the youngest men's champion when winning wimbledon in 1985?    Boris Becker
Who became well known as the creator and presenter of the Miss World contest?    Eric Morley
Who became well known for his cheap Skytrain airline servive?    Freddie Laker
Who became world professional snooker champion in 2000?    Mark Williams
Who began his career as a music hall entertainer called Billy Breen?    Larry Grayson
Who began his career as a music hall entertainer called Billy Breen?    Larry Grayson
Who began his professional career as a member of his sister Margo's band in 1980?    Daniel O'Donnell
Who began his tv career as Wendy Craig's son Adam in the comedy series Butterflies?    Nicholas Lyndhurst
Who began what is now a worldwide business on a kitchen table in a London flat in the early fifties?    Laura Ashley
Who betrayed Jesus for 30 pieces of silver?    Judas Iscariot
Who between 1979-1982 made the first surface journey around the earth's polar axis?    Ranulph Fiennes
Who captained his country at the age of 19, won 53 consecutive caps between 1967 and 1978 and played in 10 test matches?    Gareth Edwards
Who captained Jules Vernes submarine the Nautilus    Captain Nemo
Who captained the all conquering West Indian cricket team from 1974-1985?    Clive Lloyd
Who circumnavigated the globe at the age of sixty five during the 1960s?    Francis Chichester
Who comleted a successful musical trio with Emerson and Palmer?    Greg Lake
Who commanded the Hispaniola in the famous novel Treasure Island?    Captain Smollett
Who completed The Goodies with Bill Oddie and Tim Brooke-Taylor?    Graeme Garden
Who completed the television trio with Andy Pandy and Teddy?    Looby Loo
Who completes the trio with Norman Clegg and Compo?    Foggy Dewhirst
Who composed Air on a G String?    Bach
Who composed the Moonlight Sonata?    Ludwig Van Beethoven
Who composed the music for Rule Britannia?    Thomas Arne
Who composed the theme music, "Voyage",  for the BBC Holiday programme?    Paul Hardcastle
Who constructed the first amusement park Big Wheel for an exhibition in Illinois in 1893?    George Ferris
Who constructed the world's first cast iron bridge over the river Severn in 1777?    Abraham Darby
Who co-starred with Harry Enfield in Kevin and Perry go large?    Kathy Burke
Who created Billy Bunter and his friends at Greyfriars School?    Frank Richards
Who created Dick, George, Anne, Julian and Timmy?    Enid Blyton
Who created Miss Jean Brodie, the Edinburgh school teacher?    Muriel Spark
Who created Richard Hannay?    John Buchan
Who created the 13 year old schoolboy Adrian mole?    Sue Townsend
Who created the animated scenes in Monty Pyhon's 'Life of Brian'?    Terry Gilliam
Who created the character Baron Victor Frankenstein?    Mary Shelley
Who created the character Delbert Wilkins?    Lenny Henry
Who created the character Lemuel Gulliver?    Jonathon Swift
Who created the character Sidney Reilly?    John Le Carre
Who created the characters Tilly Trotter and Kate Hannigan?    Catherine Cookson
Who created the children's tv shows Noggin The Nog, Bagpuss and The Clangers?    Oliver Postgate
Who created the double headed llama called the push-me-pull-you?    Hugh Lofting
Who created the double headed llama called the pushmipullyu?    Hugh Lofting
Who created the fictional horse Black Beauty?    Anna Sewell
Who created the fictional schoolboy William Brown?    Richmal Crompton
Who created the fictional town of Barchester?    Anthony Trollope
Who created the legend of King Arthur in his 15th century work Morte d'Arthur?    Thomas Malory
Who created the Middlesbrough town centre sculpture "The Bottle Of Notes"?    Claes Oldenburg
Who created Thomas the Tank Engine?    Wilbert Awdry
Who defeated Rocky Balboa in his first world title fight?    Apollo Creed
Who defected to the west after performing in Paris in 1961?    Rudolf Nureyev
Who described his wife as "She who must be obeyed"?    Horace Rumpole
Who described Lord Byron as "Mad, bad and dangerous to know"?    Caroline Lamb
Who designed the original Crystal Palace for the Great Exhibition of 1851?    Joseph Paxton
Who designed the special bouncing bombs used famously on the Dambusters raid of World War II?    Barnes Wallis
Who developed in 1908 a prototype counter for the detection of alpha particles?    Hans Geiger
Who devised the temperature scale on which water boils at 100 degrees?    Anders Celsius
Who did Boris Becker beat to win his first Wimbledon title?    Kevin Curren
Who did Chief Sitting Bull refer to as "Little Sure Shot"?    Annie Oakley
Who did Lynda Bellingham replace in the television role of Helen Herriot?    Carol Drinkwater
Who did Sherlock Holmes refer to as "the Napoleon of crime"?    Professor Moriarty
Who died after apparently falling from his yacht in 1991?    Robert Maxwell
Who died at his Dorchester home Max Gate on January 11th 1928?    Thomas Hardy
Who died of a heart attack at Ninian Park after a 1-1 draw between Wales and Scotland?    Jock Stein
Who directed 'A Clockwork Orange' in 1971    Stanley Kubrick
Who directed 'Badlands' and 'Days of Heaven' in the 1970s?    Terrence Malik
Who directed 'Gangs of New York' and 'The Aviator'?    Martin Scorsese
Who directed in 1971 Oscar winning film Women In Love?    Ken Russell
Who directed 'Repo Man' and 'Sid and Nancy'?    Alex Cox
Who directed the 1940 film 'The Grapes of Wrath'?    John Ford
Who directed the Oscar winning film The Bridge on the River Kwai?    David Lean
Who directed the story of director Ed Wood?    Tim Burton
Who directed the 'Vietnam Trilogy' of 'Platoon', 'Born on the Fourth of July' and 'Heaven and Earth'?    Oliver Stone
Who directed the Vietnam War films Platoon and Born On The fourth Of July?    Oliver Stone
Who discovered Lake Victoria?    John Hanning Speke
Who discovered penicillin?    Alexander Fleming
Who discovered the radiation belts surrounding the earth?    James Van Allen
Who discovered the tomb of Tutenkhamun in 1922?    Howard Carter
Who do you associate with the phrase "Turned out nice again"?    George Formby
Who duetted on a 1976 number 1 hit with Elton John?    Kiki Dee
Who duetted with Dolly Parton on the 1983 hit "Islands in the Stream"?    Kenny Rogers
Who duetted with Linda Ronstadt on the song "Somewhere Out There"?    James Ingram
Who duetted with Marc Almond on the 1989 number 1 hit "Something's Gotten Hold of my Heart"?    Gene Pitney
Who employed a clerk named Jacob Marley?    Ebeneezer Scrooge
Who employed a maid named Polly Sherman?    Basil Fawlty
Who famously banged his shoe on the table during a meeting with Harold Macmillan?    Nikita Kruschev
Who fell and was injured in the 1984 Olympic 3000 metres final?    Mary Decker
Who fell in love with an opera singer named Irene Adler?    Sherlock Holmes
Who first played the owner of the TARDIS?    William Hartnell
Who first reached number 1 in the charts with Spirit in the Sky?    Norman Greenbaum
Who first said "I think therefore I am"?    Rene Descartes
Who flew solo to Australia in 1930 and to Tokyo in 1932?    Amy Johnson
Who flopped at the 1968 Olympic games and still became world famous?    Dick Fosbury
Who formed a successful songwriting duo with howard Greenfield?    Neil Sedaka
Who founded a series of refuges for the incurably handicapped?    Leonard Cheshire
Who founded a well known car company and became Lord Nuffield?    William Morris
Who founded Lindisfarne monastery on Holy Island?    Saint Aidan
Who founded the British union of fascists in 1932?    Oswald Moseley
Who founded the company which built and operated the three great liners Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth and QE2?    Samuel Cunard
Who founded the first ever birth control clinic in London in 1921?    Marie Stopes
Who founded the Jesuit movement?    Ignatius Loyola
Who founded the matchroom snooker stable?    Barry Hearn
Who founded the National Viewers and Listeners Association in 1965?    Mary Whitehouse
Who founded the Promenade Concerts in 1895?    Henry Wood
Who founded the religious movement known as the Quakers?    George Fox
Who framed Roger Rabbit?    Judge Doom
Who gave her name to a chain of charity shops and a number of homes for the sick and disabled?    Sue Ryder
Who gave his name to a famous celestial body which can be seen every 76 years?    Edmund Halley
Who gave his name to the figure of speech in which initial letters of words are transposed?    William Spooner
Who gave his name to the stretch of water lying between Tierra Del Fuego and the tip of South America?    Ferdinand Magellan
Who had 2 number 1 hits in 1961 at the age of 14?    Helen Shapiro
Who had a 1960s No. 1 with 'Blue Moon'?    The Marcels.
Who had a 1967 hit with "Single Girl"?    Sandy Posey
Who had a 1979 top ten hit with H.A.P.P.Y. Radio?    Edwin Starr
Who had a 198 hit with "St. Elmo's Fire"?    John Parr
Who had a 1982 No 1 single with ‘The Lion Sleeps Tonight’?    Tight Fit
Who had a 1993 top ten hit with the Led Zeppelin classic "Stairway To Heaven"?    Rolf Harris
Who had a faithful retainer called Sam Weller?    Samuel Pickwick
Who had a group of followers known as Red Shirts?    Garibaldi
Who had a hit in with a song called 'Icing On The Cake'    Stephen 'Tin Tin' Duffy
Who had a hit with '(Hey There) Lonely Girl' in 1974?    Eddie Holman
Who had a hit with 'Big Girls Don't Cry' in 1963?    Four Seasons
Who had a hit with 'Big in Japan' in 1984?    Alphaville
Who had a hit with 'Big Love' in 1987?    Fleetwood Mac
Who had a hit with 'Big Spender' in 1969?    Shirley Bassey
Who had a hit with 'Big Yellow Taxi' in 1970?    Joni Mitchell
Who had a hit with 'Georgy Girl' in 1967?    The Seekers
Who had a hit with 'My Girl' in 1980?    Madness
Who had a hit with 'Sunday Girl' in 1979?    Blondie
Who had a hit with the song "Joe le Taxi"?    Vanessa Paradis
Who had a hit with the song Addicted to Love?    Robert Palmer
Who had a hit with the song 'Send in the Clowns'?    Judy Collins
Who had a hit with the theme song of the James Bond film A View to a Kill?    Duran Duran
Who had a hit with 'Uptown Girl' in 1983?    Billy Joel
Who had a hit with 'Young Girl' in 1968?    Gary Puckett And The Union Gap
Who had a number 1 hit with "Together We Are Beautiful"?    Fern Kinney
Who had a servant called Friday?    Robinson Crusoe
Who had a sidekick named Penfold?    Danger Mouse
Who had a top 10 hit with a song called "What is love" in 1983?    Howard Jones
Who had an early hit with the song 'If I Had a Hammer'?    Trini Lopez
Who had an imaginary six foot rabbit as a close friend?    Elwood Dowd
Who had friends named Teddy and Looby Lou?    Andy Pandy
Who had hits with "Butterfly" and "Solitaire"?    Andy Williams
Who had hits with "You Wear It Well" and "Downtown Train"?    Rod Stewart
Who had instrumental hits in the British pop charts entitled Side Saddle and Roulette?    Russ Conway
Who had numerous hits during the 1980s as lead singer with the Miami Sound Machine?    Gloria Estefan
Who had the Taj Mahal constructed as a tomb for his wife?    Shah Jehan
Who had to resign as Minister for War in March 1963 over his relationship with the call-girl Christine Keeler?    John Profumo
Who has been one of the BBC leading weathermen for over 10 years?    Michael Fish
Who has been the Labour MP for Bolsover since 1970?    Dennis Skinner
Who has been the landlord of televisions Woolpack Inn for a number of years?    Alan Turner
Who has defended the world heavyweight boxing title the most times?    Joe Louis
Who has friends named Edward Trunk and Bill Badger?    Rupert Bear
Who has his life turned upside down when he encounters a giant rabbit named Frank who forecasts the end of the world?    Donnie Darko
Who has played tv characters named Clarence, Fletcher and Arkwright?    Ronnie Barker
Who has played tv characters named Jack Ford, Trevor Chaplain and Nesbitt Gunn?    James Bolam
Who has recently been in the pop charts with a song entitled I Believe In You?    Kylie Minogue
Who has replaced Richard Whitely as presenter of the tv game show Countdown?    Des Lynam
Who has run the four fastest times ever by a British woman over 800 metres?    Kelly Holmes
Who has taken the most wickets for Pakistan in test cricket?    Wasim Akram
Who has won gold medals at the last four Olympic games?    Steve Redgrave
Who has won more Oscars than any other person?    Walt Disney
Who held the office of Archbishop of Canterbury from 1945 until 1961?    Geoffrey Fisher
Who held the world long jump record beaten in spectacular fashion by Bob Beamon in 1968?    Ralph Boston
Who held the world snooker title for 27 years?    Joe Davis
Who hit a major league record of 755 home runs between 1954-1976?    Hank Aaron
Who holds the record for scoring most runs (456) in a single test match?    Graham Gooch
Who holds the record for the highest number of games played in the Football League?    Peter Shilton
Who holds the record of 13 Grand Slam victories in men's professional tennis?    Pete Sampras
Who in 1924 became Britain's first Labour Prime Minister?    Ramsey Macdonald
Who in 1964 became the first president of an independent Zambia?    Kenneth Kaunda
Who in 1968 spoke of "The river Tiber foaming with much blood"?    Enoch Powell
Who in 1999 became the first British conductor to be appointed music director of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra?    Simon Rattle
Who in a hit song invented medicinal compound?    Lily The Pink
Who in a song "went to sea with silver buckles on his knee"?    Bobby Shafto
Who in literature "Stoppeth one of three"?    Ancient Mariner
Who in literature, was bullied by Flashman?    Tom Brown
Who in parliament sits on the woolsack?    Lord Chancellor
Who in the Beano comic was `Our Redskin chum`?    Little Plum
Who in the Bible was asked to interpret the writing on the wall    Daniel
Who in the early 19th century inspired a group of workers to smash the textile machines which they saw as a threat to their livelihood?    Nedd Ludd
Who in the Old Testament was eaten by dogs    Jezabel
Who in the world of cycling was known as Big Mig?    Miguel Indurain
Who introduced the "Penny post" system in 1840?    Rowland Hill
Who invented the art of "One Upmanship"?    Stephen Potter
Who invented the breakfast cereal cornflakes?    Frank Kellogg
Who invented the breakfast cereal cornflakes?    Frank Kellog
Who invented the international language Esperanto?    Ludwig Zamenhof
Who invented the Spinning Mule?    Samuel Crompton
Who invented the world's first fully automatic machine gun in 1883?    Hiram Maxim
Who invented vulcanised rubber in 1884?    Charles Goodyear
Who is appointed by the Dept of Trade  & Industry to manage the estate of a bankrupt or bankrupt company?    Official Receiver
Who is associated with Cromwell Street in Gloucester?    Fred West
Who is associated with Happy, Grumpy and Sneezy?    Snow White
Who is associated with the equation E=mc2?    Albert Einstein
Who is Australia's top billiards professional?    Robbie Foldvari
Who is believed to be the second person to reach the summit of Mount Everest?    Sherpa Tenzing
Who is Britains greatest ever exponent of the javelin?    Steve Backley
Who is Britain's number 1 lady golfer?    Laura Davies
Who is Clive Dunn's best known tv character?    Corporal Jones
Who is co-presenter of televisions snooker quiz 'Big Break'?    John Virgo
Who is created with writing the world's first full length detective novel The Moonstone?    Wilkie Collins
Who is credited with the discovery of antiseptics?    Joseph Lister
Who is credited with the discovery of pasteurisation?    Louis Pasteur
Who is credited with the first conquest of Mount Everest?    Edmund Hillary
Who is credited with the invention of the jet engine?    Frank Whittle
Who is currently the English Premiership's tallest player?    Peter Crouch
Who is currently the third  highest wicket taker in the history of Test cricket?    Shane Warne
Who is described as, the indisputable leader of the gang?    Top Cat
Who is famous for his feats of psychic spoon bending?    Uri Geller
Who is famous for his love of Aunt Aggie's cow pies?    Desperate Dan
Who is famous for saying "Why don't you come up and see me sometime"?    Mae West
Who is Frank'n'Furter's henchman in The Rocky Horror Picture Show?    Riff Raff
Who is John Bingham better known as?    Lord Lucan
Who is known for his theme music to Spaghetti Westerns such as A Fistful Of Dollars?    Ennio Morricone
Who is known in the U.S.A. as "Romford Slim"    Steve Davis
Who is often refferred to as the "Peter Pan of pop"?    Cliff Richard
Who is pictured here?    Alan Shepherd
Who is recognised as Great Britain's first Prime Minister?    Robert Walpole
Who is remembered for his formulation of the theory of gravity?    Isaac Newton
Who is remembered for his invention of a safety lamp for coal miners?    Humphrey Davy
Who is reputed to have spoken the words "Dr Livingstone I presume"?    Henry Stanley
Who is said to have cut the Gordian Knot?    Alexander The Great
Who is said to have removed all of the snakes from Ireland?    Saint Patrick
Who is so far the only woman speaker of the House of Commons?    Betty Boothroyd
Who is the academic character in the board game Cluedo?    Professor Plum
Who is the alter ego of 15 year old schoolboy Billy Batson?    Captain Marvel
Who is the alter ego of Juliet Jekyll in a BBC childrens tv show?    Harriet Hyde
Who is the arch enemy of Superman?    Lex Luther
Who is the arch enemy of Superted?    Texas Pete
Who is the arch enemy of young wizard Harry Potter?    Lord Voldermort
Who is the author of 'Porterhouse Blue' which lampoons university life?    Tom Sharpe
Who is the author of the 2002 biography entitled Billy?    Pamela Stephenson
Who is the best known creation of Terry Nation?    Doctor Who
Who is the celebrity wife of Desmond Wilcox?    Esther Rantzen
Who is the central character in John Osborne's play Look Back in Anger?    Jimmy Porter
Who is the central character in Steinbeck's celebrated novel The Grapes Of Wrath?    Tom Joad
Who is the commanding officer in Star Trek Voyager?    Captain Janeway
Who is the creator and presenter of the tv show It'll Be Alright On The Night?    Denis Norden
Who is the current chairman of the Cleveland Police Authority?    Ken Walker
Who is the current director of football at Portsmouth Football club?    Harry Redknapp
Who is the current MP for Hampstead & Highgate?    Glenda Jackson
Who is the current world record holder for 100 metres hurdles?    Colin Jackson
Who is the deputy leader of the Labour Party?    John Prescott
Who is the eldest of the brothers well known for their high quality advertising agency?    Charles Saatchi
Who is the equally famous brother of the director of the filf Gandhi?    David Attenborough
Who is the female presenter on Wheel of fortune?    Jenny Powell
Who is the first female in line to the British throne?    Princess Beatrice
Who is the fourth member of the musical brothers named Maurice Barry and Andy?    Robin Gibb
Who is the head of the police in Batman's home city of Gotham?    Chief O'Hara
Who is the hero of Rider Haggard's adventure, King Solomon's Mines?    Allan Quartermain
Who is the heroine of the Tomb Raider computer games?    Lara Croft
Who is the Home Secretary?    Jophn Reid
Who is the lead singer and guitarist with Newcastle band Dire Straits?    Mark Knopfler
Who is the leader of the parochial house on Craggy Island?    Father Ted
Who is the longest surviving character in tv's Coronation Street?    Ken Barlow
Who is the male presenter of Sky television's Saturday football show Soccer AM?    Tim Lovejoy
Who is the mother of the only English brothers to have won a football World Cup winners medal?    Cissie Charlton
Who is the only Englishman ever to successfully defend the world amateur snooker title?    Ray Edmonds
Who is the only man to have served two non consecutive terms as US president?    Grover Cleveland
Who is the only Peruvian ever to become Wimbledon singles champion?    Alex Olmedo
Who is the owner of the bar named Cheers in the tv show of the same name?    Sam Malone
Who is the personification of the U.S.A?    Uncle Sam
Who is the policeman who operates on Top Cat's patch?    Officer Dibble
Who is the presenter of the tv talent show Stars In Their Eyes?    Matthew Kelly
Who is the Queen's eldest grandson?    Peter Phillips
Who is the singer wife of musician Johnny Dankworth?    Cleo Laine
Who is the star of the tv series Harbour Lights?    Nick Berry
Who is the Thornaby-On-Tees born writer of the 1982 novel Union Street?    Pat Barker
Who is the tv husband of the famous Nora of the wrinkled stockings?    Wally Batty
Who is the wife of cafe owner Rene in the tv comedy series Allo Allo?    Edith Artois
Who is the world controller in Aldous Huxley's Brave New World?    Mustapha Mond
Who is the yellow character in the board game Cluedo?    Colonel Mustard
Who is the youngest ever winner of an Oscar?    Shirley Temple
Who is the youngest of the brothers well known for their high quality advertising agency?    Maurice Satchi
Who is Vic Reeves' comedy partner?    Bob Mortimer
Who is Viz comics' Man On The Telly?    Roger Melly
Who is without doubt the greatest pole vaulter of all time?    Sergei Bubka
Who justified his actions with the words  "A dangerous disease requires a desperate remedy"?    Guy Fawkes
Who keeps track of the scores in the tv show Shooting stars?    George Dawes
Who kept wicket for England's cricket team between the years of 1946 and 1959 and once took 95 minutes to score his first run in a test match against Australia?    Godfrey Evans
Who led the British 8th army to victory over Rommel during World War II?    Bernard Montgomery
Who led the Dambusters on their well documented World War II air raids?    Guy Gibson
Who led the gang of outlaws who fought the Earps at the OK corral?    Ike Clanton
Who led the Home Guard unit of Warmington on Sea?    George Mainwaring
Who left Sunshine Dessestrs to form his own company named Grot?    Reginald Perrin
Who lived in a flat in Peckham with his elder brother and uncle?    Rodney Trotter
Who lost his life in an accident on Coniston Water in 1967?    Donald Campbell
Who made his screen debut in 1937 on The Porky Pig Show?    Daffy Duck
Who made his tv debut in a tv movie called The Marcus Nelson Murders?    Theo Kojak
Who made much use of his "little grey cells"?    Hercule Poirot
Who made television shows entitled Q5, Q6 and Q7?    Spike Milligan
Who made the famous Bat Out of Hell album?    Meat Loaf
Who made the so called "Wind of change" speech?    Harold Macmillan
Who managed the Sex Pistols and had a hit with Buffalo Girls?    Malcolm Mclaren
Who married a hairdresser named Maureen Cox in 1965?    Ringo Starr
Who married Alison Wakefield at Weatherfield Registry Office on 23rd January 2000?    Kevin Webster
Who married Anthony Armstrong-Jones on May 6th 1960?    Princess Margaret
Who married Lenny Henry in 1984?    Dawn French
Who nailed his 95 theses to a church door in Wittenberg?    Martin Luther
Who often referred to his radio listeners as "pop pickers"?    Alan Freeman
Who often said "Hows about that then guys and gals"?    Jimmy Saville
Who on August 6th 1926 became the first woman to swim the English Channel?    Gertrude Ederle
Who on television is 'Married, With Children'?    Al Bundy
Who on television played a Brummie electrician called Barry?    Timothy Spall
Who on television shared a Liverpool flat with Beryl Hennessey?    Sandra Hutchinson
Who on television shared a Liverpool flat with Beryl Hennessey?    Sandra Hutchinson
Who on tv cried "Power to the people"?    Wolfie Smith
Who on tv employed a maid named Polly Sherman?    Basil Fawlty
Who on tv shared a prison cell with Lennie Godber?    Norman Stanley Fletcher
Who on tv was married to the owner of a manic Torquay hotel?    Sybil Fawlty
Who on tv were Tim Brooke-Taylor, Bill Oddie and Graeme Garden?    The Goodies
Who once said of a footballer 'If he had gunpowder for brains he couldn't blow his cap off.'    Bill Shankly
Who once scored six goals in an F.A. Cup tie and finished on the losing side?    Denis Law
Who once took 19 wickets in a test match for England?    Jim Laker
Who one said "I had a reputation for going missing, Miss World, Miss UK, Miss England"?    George Best
Who opened a famous London jazz club in Gerrard Street in 1959?    Ronnie Scott
Who opened his first car manufacturing factory near Birmingham in 1905?    Herbert Austin
Who opened his first home for boys in Stepney in 1870?    Doctor Barnardo
Who opened the first of his five and dime stores in 1879?    Frank Woolworth
Who or what is 'Coyote Ugly' in the film of the same title?    A Bar
Who or what is known as "The Senior Service"?    Royal Navy
Who organised the world's first package hoiday?    Thomas Cook
Who originally appeared in Eastenders as Kathy Beale?    Gillian Taylforth
Who owned a parrot called Polynesia?    Doctor Dolittle
Who owned the Café which was the setting for much of the action in the classic film Casablanca?    Rick Blaine
Who owned the mill where gold was discovered in 1848?    John Sutter
Who painted 'The Blue Boy'?    Gainsborough.
Who partnered Australia's John Fitzgerald to Wimbledon doubles victory in 1989 and 1991?    Anders Jarryd
Who partnered Courtney Walsh 49 times as opening bowler for the West Indies?    Curtley Ambrose
Who partnered Emma Peel, Tara King and Cathy Gale?    John Steed
Who partnered Gigi Fernandez to victory in the Ladies doubles tournament at Wimbledon in 1993?    Natalya Zvereva
Who partnered Jeremy Bates to success in the Wimbledon mixed doubles in 1987?    Jo Durie
Who partnered john Lloyd to wimbledon doubles success?    Wendy Turnbull
Who partnered John McEnroe in his last victoey in the Wimbledon Men's Doubles?    Michael Stich
Who partnered secret agent Lee Stetson, codename Scarecrow?    Mrs King
Who payed the title roles in 'Robin and Marian'?    Sean Connery, Audrey Hepburn
Who payed the title roles in 'The Blues Brothers'?    Dan Ackroyd, John Belushi
Who payed the title roles in Thunderbolt and Lighfoot?    Clint Eastwood, Jeff Bridges
Who payed the title roles in 'Women in Love'?    Glenda Jackson, Jennie Linden
Who piloted Thunderbird ?    Virgil Tracy
Who played a popular Roman slave named Lurkio?    Frankie Howerd
Who played a suburban witch in TV's Bewitched    Elizabeth Montgomery
Who played Captain Hans Geering in the tv comedy 'Allo 'Allo?    Sam Kelly
Who played characters including Nellie Pledge and Nellie Pickersgill?    Hylda Baker
Who played Del and Rodney's uncle Albert on television?    Buster Merryfield
Who played Ena Sharples on television for a number of years?    Violet Carson
Who played Grandad in the early episodes of Only Fools and Horses?    Lennard Pearce
Who played guitar on the Bon Jovi hit "Blaze Of Glory"?    Jeff Beck
Who played in 115 test matches for England, scoring 7728 runs at an average of 37.69?    Mike Atherton
Who played in four Wimbledon finals from 1954-1974 and lost them all?    Ken Rosewall
Who played Lennie Godber and Alan Moore on television?    Richard Beckinsale
Who played Lord Percy in the Blackadder tv series?    Tim Mcinnery
Who played Marlon Brandos older brother Charlie in the film On The Waterfront?    Rod Steiger
Who played Marty Hopkirk in the original Randall and Hopkirk tv show?    Kenneth Cope
Who played Mrs Hutchinson in TV's The Liver Birds    Molly Sugden
Who played opposite Nicholas Cage in Captain Corelli’s Mandarin?    Penelope Cruz
Who played Peirs Fletcher-Dervish in The New Staesman?    Michael Troughton
Who played Philip smith in the tv comedy series Rising Damp?    Don Warrington
Who played private Charles Godfrey in the tv comedy classic Dad's Army?    Arnold Ridley
Who played Ransom Stoddard, the man who DID NOT shoot Liberty Valance?    James Stewart
Who played Rose in TV's Upstairs, Downstairs    Jean Marsh
Who played Sergeant Major Williams and Oliver Smallbridge on tv?    Windsor Davies
Who played the butler Mr Hudson in the popular TV series  Upstairs Downstairs?    Gordon Jackson
Who played the character Barry Grant in television's Brookside?    Paul Usher
Who played the character Clayton Farlowe in the tv series Dallas?    Howard Keel
Who played the character Dierdre Barlow in television's Coronation Street?    Anne Kirkbride
Who played the character Napoleon Solo in the tv show The Man From U.N.C.L.E.?    Robert Vaughan
Who played the character Ron Dixon in television's Brookside?    Vince Earl
Who played the character Sam Pearson in over 800 episodes of Emmerdale Farm from its inception in 1972 until his sudden death in 1984?    Toke Townley
Who played the character that married James Bond?    Diana Rigg
Who played the chimney sweep in Mary Poppins?    Dick Van Dyke
Who played the commander of HMS Compass Rose in the film The Cruel Sea?    Jack Hawkins
Who played the Faceman in the television action show The A Team?    Dirk Benedict
Who played the female union official in the early tv comedy series The Rag Trade?    Miriam Karlin
Who played the first ever record on Radio 1 in 1967?    Tony Blackburn
Who played the iron toothed Jaws in the Bond films?    Richard Kiel
Who played the landlord Jerzy Balowski in the tv comedy show The Young Ones?    Alexei Sayle
Who played the living partner in Randall and Hopkirk deceased?    Mike Pratt
Who played the next door neighbour of antique dealer Oliver Smallbridge in a popular tv comedy show?    Donald Sinden
Who played the part of Bruce Wayne  in the 1989 film Batman?    Michael Keaton
who played the part of Carol Wilson in the original Avengers tv show?    Ingrid Hafner
Who played the part of Inspector Barlow in the early tv police show Z Cars?    Stratford Johns
Who played the part of James Bond in a single film?    George Lazenby
Who played the part of Samuel Johnson in an episode of the tv comedy Black Adder?    Robbie Coltrane
Who played the part of the wife in the television series Macmillan and Wife?    Susan St. James
Who played the parts of King and Castle on television?    Nigel Planer & Derek Martin
Who played the Pigeon Lady in the film Home Alone ?    Brenda Fricker
Who played the popular comic character Fred Scuttle on tv?    Benny Hill
Who played the radio character Rambling Sid Rumpo who each week creatively reinterpreted a traditional song using made-up words which were as sexually suggestive as possible?    Kenneth Williams
Who played the resident major in tv's classic comedy series Fawlty Towers?    Ballard Berkeley
Who played the resistance fighter Michelle in the tv show 'Allo 'Allo?    Kirsten Cooke
Who played the role of Stewart Sullivan in Department S?    Joel Fabiani
Who played the Scottish prison officer in the tv comedy show Porridge?    Fulton Mackay
Who played the Singing Detective on television?    Michael Gambon
Who played the title role in the 1957 biopic 'The Buster Keaton Story'?    Donald O'Connor
Who played the title role in the 1971 film Klute?    Donald Sutherland
Who played the title role in the 1972 Western 'Judge Roy Bean'?    Paul Newman
Who played the tv cop Maisie Raine?    Pauline Quirk
Who played the tv member of parliament, and later prime minister, Jim Hacker?    Paul Eddington
Who played the undercover gendarme with the catchphrase 'Good moaning' in the tv comedy 'Allo 'Allo?    Arthur Bostrom
Who played the undertaker Monsieur Alphonse in 'Allo 'Allo?    Kenneth Connor
Who played the waitress Yvette in the tv comedy series 'Allo 'Allo?    Vicki Michelle
Who played the wife of the deceased Marty Hopkirk on tv?    Annette Andre
Who played these television captains? Captain Mainwaring, Captain Peacock, Captain Furillo, Captain Picard.    Arthur Lowe, Frank Thornton, Daniel J Travanti, Patrick Stewart
Who played Vince Pinner in 22 television comedy shows?    Paul Nicholas
Who plays Eddie Hitler on television?    Adrian Edmondson
Who plays Inspector Fowler in TV's 'The Thin Blue Line'?    Rowan Atkinson.
Who plays Queen Elizabeth in a film about to be released?    Helen Mirren
Who plays the detective Dave Briggs on tv?    Robert Powell
Who plays the human character Dave Lister in the long running tv comedy Red Dwarf?    Craig Charles
Who plays the landlord of the woolpack Inn on television?    Richard Thorp
Who plays the part of Darcy Maguire in What Women Want?    Helen Hunt
Who preceded Harlod Wilson as leader of the Labour Party?    Hugh Gaitskell
Who preceded Tom Baker as Dr Who?    Jon Pertwee
Who preceeded andrew Motion as Poet Laureate?    Ted Hughes
Who preceeded Niel Kinnock as Labour Party leader?    Michael Foot
Who preceeded Niel Kinnock as Labour Party leader?    Michael Foot
Who predicted possible winners in the early days of the National lottery?    Mystic Meg
Who presented the children's film tv show Clapperboard?    Chris Kelly
Who presented The Great Egg Race on television?    Heinz Wolff
Who presented the tv quiz show Going For Gold?    Henry Kelly
Who presented the tv show Backyard Safari?    David Bellamy
Who produced sculptures entitled The Thinker and The Kiss?    Auguste Rodin
Who produced Top Cat, The Flintstones and    Hanna/Barbara
Who proverbially blames his tools?    Bad Workman
Who proverbially have sudden falls?    Hasty Climbers
Who proverbially make careful tenants?    Quick Landlords
Who proverbially need broad shoulders?    Quick Believers
Who proverbially will clutch at a straw?    Drowning Man
Who provided the voice of the tv puppet Ollie Beak?    Wally Whyton
Who published a book of photographs of his former wives entitled Trouble and Strife?    David Bailey
Who punched  farmer Craig Evans at Welsh political rally in 2001?    John Prescott
Who raised a lioness cub called Elsa then wrote of her exploits in the book    Joy Adamson
Who reached the top ten in 1976 with the song "Summer of My Life"?    Simon May.
Who recorded the album 'Blue Hawaii'?    Elvis Presley.
Who recorded the first EP to reach number 1 in the British singles charts?    Demis Roussos
Who recorded the first song to reach number 1 in the British charts?    Al Martino
Who renamed the American presidential retreat from Shangri La to Camp David?    Dwight Eisenhower
Who renounced the title of Lord Stansgate?    Tony Benn
Who replaced David Beckham as captain of England?    John Terry
Who replaced Nikita Kruschev as Russian leader in 1964?    Aleksei Kosygin
Who replaced Patrick Campbell as one of the early captains in the tv panel game Call My Bluff?    Arthur Marshall
Who replaced Winston Churchill as Prime Minister shortly after World War II?    Clement Attlee
Who reputedly fiddled while Rome burned?    Nero
Who rescued Arthur Dent when the earth was unexpectedly destroyed?    Ford Prefect
Who resigned as chairman of Darlington Football Club in    George Reynolds
Who resigned from the office of Deputy Prime Minister on November 1st 1990?    Geoffrey Howe
Who resigned the office of Vice President of the USA on October 10th 1973?    Spiro Agnew
Who rode 100-1 outsider Foinavon to victory in the 1967 Grand National?    John Buckingham
Who rode the Derby winner Quest For Fame in 1990?    Pat Eddery
Who rode the Derby winners Troy, Henbit, Nashwan and Erhaab?     Willie Carson
Who rode the first of four Derby winners in 1979?    Willie Carson
Who said "Go ahead punk, make my day"?    Harry Callahan
Who said "I don't want to be just another name over a greengrocers door"?    Henry Cooper
Who said "Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated"?    Mark Twain
Who said "The great high of winning Wimbledon lasts for about a week. You go down in the record book, but you don't have anything tangible to hold on to. But having a baby -- there isn't any comparison"?    Chris Evert
Who said a week is a long time in politics?    Harold Wilson
Who said at a customs point "I have nothing to declare but my genius"?    Oscar Wilde
Who said in , "I'm in a no-win situation, and quite honestly I can tell you I've just got a good mind to take the easy way out That's the bottom line"?    Prince Charles
Who said in a 1974 speech "I am not a crook"?    Richard Nixon
Who said in a tv commentary "The race is definitely on now if it wasn't before and it most certainly was"?    Murray Walker
Who sailed a yacht named Morning Cloud?    Edward Heath
Who sailed aboard a ship called the Black Pig?    Captain Pugwash
Who sailed with Jim Hawkins in search of Captain Flint's treasure?    Squire Trelawney
Who sang "I Remember Elvis Presley"?    Danny Mirror
Who sang the 1986 top ten hit "My Favourite Waste of Time"?    Owen Paul
Who sang the theme tune for the Bond film For Your Eyes Only?    Sheena Easton
Who sang the theme tune from 'Titanic'?    Celine Dion
Who sang with the American soft rock band Journey on their only two British chart entries?    Steve Perry
Who sang with the Big Roll Band on the 1966 hit "Big time operator"?    Zoot Money
Who sang with the groups Bow Bow Bow and Culture Club?    Boy George
Who sang with The Move and Wizzard?    Roy Wood
Who scored 8032 runa and took 235 wickets in a test match career of 93 matches?    Gary Sobers
Who scored exactly 48 goals for England's international football team?    Gary Lineker
Who scored his 100th first class century during the Headingley test match of 1977?    Geoffrey Boycott
Who scored in every round of the 1970 FA cup?    Peter Osgood
Who scored probably the most famous hat trick in the history of Association Football?    Geoff Hurst
Who searched high and low for the owner of a lost glass slipper?    Prince Charming
Who seduced Rachael Wardle in Charles Dickens' Pickwick Papers?    Alfred Jingle
Who served as British Prime Minister three times during the 1920s and 1930s?    Stanley Baldwin
Who served as Chancellor of the Exchequer from 1990 until 1993?    Norman Lamont
Who served at the bar of the Woolpack Inn for many years?    Henry Wilks
Who set a new world record of 9.84 seconds for 100 metres in 1996?    Donovan Bailey
Who set a record by taking 'Rose Marie' to number 1 for 11 weeks?    Slim Whitman
Who set up a printing press in England in 1476?    William Caxton
Who shared a house with his father in Oil Drum Lane, Shepherd's Bush?    Harold Steptoe
Who shared a Liverpool flat with Beryl Hennessey?    Sandra Hutchinson
Who shared a prison cell with Norman Stanley Fletcher?    Lennie Godber
Who shared a surgery with doctors Cameron and Snoddy?    Alan Finlay
Who shot and killed William Bonney?    Pat Garrett
Who slept for 20 years in the catskill mountains?    Rip Van Winkle
Who solved the 1943 mystery of The Lady in the Lake?    Philip Marlowe
Who spent time on tv living with Uncle Sam and Waltzing Matilda?    Alan Whicker
Who sponsored Howard Carter during the time he discovered the tomb of Tutenkhamun?    Lord Caernarvon
Who starred as "Popeye" Doyle in The French Connection?    Gene Hackman
Who starred as Agatha Christie's Miss Marple in several films of the 1960s?    Margaret Rutherford
Who starred as Betty spencer in Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em?    Michele Dotrice
Who starred as Holly Golightly in the celebrated film Breakfast at Tiffany's?    Audrey Hepburn
Who starred as 'Popeye' Doyle in the 'French Connection' movies?    Gene Hackman
Who starred as Stan Butler in On the Buses?    Reg Varney
Who starred in both Bonanza and Battlestar Galactica?    Lorne Greene
Who starred in nine films with Katharine Hepburn?    Spencer Tracy
Who starred in the 1922 film The Paleface?    Buster Keaton
Who starred in the film "They Call Me Mr Tibbs"?    Sidney Poitier
Who starred in the film Serpico?    Al Pacino
Who starred in the popular radio comedy show ITMA?    Tommy Handley
Who starred in the tv comedy series "Shelley"?    Hywel Bennett
Who starred in the tv series Rumpole of the Bailey?    Leo Mckern
Who starred on television as Norman Tripper, manager of Supafare supermarket?    Leonard Rossiter
Who stayed with the Banks family on Cherry Tree Lane?    Mary Poppins
Who stopped Alan Minter in three rounds to become world middleweight champion in 1980?    Marvin Hagler
Who succeeded Joe Gormley in 1981?    Arthur Scargill
Who succeeded Joseph Smith as the Mormon leader?    Brigham Young
Who succeeded Richard Nixon as president in 1974?    Gerald Ford
Who succeeded Toscanini as conductor of the New York Philharmonic?    John Barbirolli
Who took a shine to Fay Wray in 1933 and to Jessica Lange in 1976?    King Kong
Who took a test match hat trick for England in January 1999?    Darren Gough
Who took over 4 years to paint the ceiling of the Sistine chapel?    Michaelangelo
Who took over his mother's herbal remedy shop in 1877 and created one of Britain's largest companies?    Jesse Boot
Who took over the role of Dr Who in 1987?    Sylvester Mccoy
Who took the song "Happy Talk" to number 1 in the 1982 pop charts?    Captain Sensible
Who unleashes her powers upon her schoolmates after being covered in pig's blood at the School Prom?    Carrie
Who used the alias Joshua smith in a popular tv show?    Hannibal Hayes
Who used the name Dottie Danger when playing drums for The Germs before launching a solo career in 1985?    Belinda Carlisle
Who used the phrase 'Open sesame"?    Ali Baba
Who uttered the words "I believe it is peace in our time"?    Neville Chamberlain
Who wanted to find a way home to Kansas?    Dorothy Gale
Who was accused by Clara Podilla of stealing a diamond and emerald necklace from a shop in Bogotá in 1970?    Bobby Moore
Who was American president between the years 1845 and 1849?    James Polk
Who was American Public Enemy Number 1 when he was shot dead in 1934?    John Dillinger
Who was arrested by British police in Rio de Janeiro in 1974?    Ronnie Biggs
Who was arrested by British police in Rio de Janeiro in 1974?    Ronnie Biggs
Who was Arthur Daley's "Minder"?    Terry Mccann
Who was assassinated on 30th January 1948?    Mahatma Gandhi
Who was associated at various times with Mr Roy, Mr Rodney and Mr Derek?    Basil Brush
Who was associated with the catchphrase "Just like that"?    Tommy Cooper
Who was awarded a series of perfect scores in the 1982 World Diving Championships?    Greg Louganis
Who was backed by a female group called The Coconuts?    Kid Creole
Who was backed by The Comets?    Bill Haley
Who was backed by the Silver Bullet Band?    Bob Seger
Who was backed on "Seaside Shuffle" by the Dinosaurs?    Terry Dactyl
Who was backed on hit records by the Tijuana Brass?    Herb Alpert
Who was backed on most of his hits by Cockney Rebel?    Steve Harley
Who was beheaded for leading the Peasant's Revolt of 1381?    Wat Tyler
Who was born at 12 Arnold Grove Wavertree in 1943?    George Harrison
Who was born at 65 Dover Street, Glasgow on November 24th 1942?    Billy Connolly
Who was born Demetria Guynes on November 11th 1962?    Demi Moore
Who was born in Omaha, Nebaska in 1913 and given the name Leslie King?    Gerald Ford
Who was born on December 22nd 1948 and began his broadcasting career with Radio Luxembourg in 1968?    Noel Edmonds
Who was born on January 8th 1935 and died on August 16th 1977?    Elvis Presley
Who was born on June 17th 1946 with the real surname of Pincus?    Barry Manilow
Who was Britain's first ever formula 1 world champion?    Mike Hawthorn
Who was Britain's youngest ever prime minister?    William Pitt
Who was British prime minister at the outbreak of World War I?    Herbert Asquith
Who was Camberwick Green's resident chimney sweep?    Roger Varley
Who was charged with the shooting of boxing promoter Frank Warren?    Terry Marsh
Who was christened Mary Isobel Catherine O'Brien in 1939?    Dusty Springfield
Who was Dancing on the ceiling in 1982?    Lionel Ritchie
Who was David Copperfield's second wife?    Agnes Wickfield
Who was David Copperfields stepfather in the Dickens novel?    Edward Murdstone
Who was deposed from his position as Ugandan leader by Idi Amin?    Milton Obote
Who was England's principal bowler during the so called Bodyline tour of Australia?    Harold Larwood
Who was executed in the Tower of London in 1618?    Walter Raleigh
Who was familiar with the vertically challenged folk of Knotty Ash?    Ken Dodd
Who was forced to go into hiding after the publication of his novel in 1988?    Salman Rushdie
Who was found abandoned at a London railway station by the Brown family?    Paddington Bear
Who was Frew Macmillans long time tennis doubles partner?    Bob Hewitt
Who was given the first names Charles Hardin and died on February 3rd 1959?    Buddy Holly
Who was greeted by Henry Morton Stanley at Ujiji in 1871?    David Livingstone
Who was Henry VIII's first wife?    Catherine Aragon
Who was I, in the tv show 'Hugh and I'?    Terry Scott
Who was in charge of Walmington-on-Sea's Home Guard?    Captain Mainwaring
Who was in command of the Marie Celeste when she disappeared?    Captain Briggs
Who was jailed for 10 years in 1931 on a charge of evading income tax?    Al Capone
Who was jailed for 3 years on 23rd October 1987 but released 1 year later?    Lester Piggott
Who was John McEnroe's regular tennis doubles partner?    Peter Fleming
Who was Kevin the gerbil's closest friend?    Roland Rat
Who was kidnapped in Beirut in January 1987 and released in November 1991?    Terry Waite
Who was killed by an arrow in the eye at the Battle of Hastings in 1066?    King Harold
Who was King at the end of the show Lion King?    Simba
Who was known as "Little miss dynamite"?    Brenda Lee
Who was known as "The Desert Fox"?    Erwin Rommel
Who was known as "The Hitman from Detroit"?    Thomas Hearns
Who was known as "The Wizard of Dribble"?    Stanley Matthews
Who was known as The Desert Fox?    Erwin Rommel
Who was known as The Galloping Gourmet?    Graham Kerr
Who was known as the King of Swing?    Benny Goodman
Who was largely responsible for the abolition of slavery throughout the British Empire?    William Wilberforce
Who was lead singer with the Irish rock band Thin Lizzie?    Phil Lynott
Who was lead singer with the rock group The Who?    Roger Daltrey
Who was Liza Minelli's mother    Judy Garland
Who was Marty Hopkirk's television partner?    Geoff Randall
Who was Michelle Fowler's first television husband?    Lofty Holloway
Who was murdered in Mexico on August 21st 1940?    Leon Trotsky
Who was nicknamed "The Chingford Skinhead"?    Norman Tebbit
Who was nicknamed "The Crafty Cockney"    Eric Bristow
Who was nicknamed the Beast of Bolsover?    Dennis Skinner
Who was nicknamed 'The Blue Angel'?    Marlene Dietrich.
Who was Nicole Kidman’s co-star in Moulin Rouge?    Ewen MacGregor
Who was originally named Darkie and shared a stable with ginger and Merrylegs?    Black Beauty
Who was played on tv by Kenneth Cope and Vic Reeves?    Marty Hopkirk
Who was President Argentina during Falklands war?    General Galtieri
Who was President of the United States between Kennedy and Nixon?    Johnson
Who was Prime Minister of Britain when hanging was abolished?    Harold Wilson (1965)
Who was Prince of Dwarves in the celebrated novel The Hobbitt?    Thorin Oakenshield
Who was recently voted the best Bond girl?    Ursula Andress
Who was replaced upon his retirement by Betty Boothroyd?    Bernard Weatherill
Who was responsible for the weird animations in Monty Pythons Flying Circus?    Terry Gilliam
Who was Samuel Pickwick's faithful servant in the book by Charles Dickens?    Sam Weller
Who was shot and killed by his own father in 1984?    Marvin Gaye
Who was shot and killed by John Bellingham in 1812?    Spencer Perceval
Who was shot and killed on November 22nd 1963?    John F. Kennedy
Who was shot dead at the OK Corral in 1881?    Billy Clanton
Who was so impressed with the Remington razor that he bought the company?    Victor Kiam
Who was sumo wrestling's first foreign born yokozuna?    Akebono
Who was supposedly urged to "turn again" by the chiming of bells?    Dick Whittington
Who was sworn in as 16th president of the USA in 1861?    Abraham Lincoln
Who was sworn in as 16th president of the USA in 1861?    Abraham Lincoln
Who was televisions indestructable puppet?    Captain Scarlet
Who was televisions second Dr Who?    Patrick Troughton
Who was Terry Scotts regular comedy partner?    Hugh Lloyd
Who was the "ancient cat" in Old Possum's book of practical cats?    Old Deuteronomy
Who was the "Cheeky Chappie" of music hall entertainment?    Max Miller
Who was the 17th president of the USA, taking office upon the assassination of Abe Lincoln?    Andrew Johnson
Who was the 18th century English poet who committed suicide at the age of 17?    Thomas Chatterton
Who was the 1974 and 1982 world professional snooker champion?    Alex Higgins
Who was the 1982 formula 1 world drivers champion?    Keke Rosberg
Who was the 1991 world snooker champion?    John Parrott
Who was the 6th wife of king Henry VIII?    Catherine Parr
Who was the 7th president of the USA?    Andrew Jackson
Who was the American cartoonist who created the characters of Uncle Fester and Lurch?    Charles Addams
Who was the American heiress kidnapped in 1974 and later jailed after taking part in an armed bank raid?    Patty Hearst
Who was the American traitor who offered to surrender West Point to the British for £20,000?    Benedict Arnold
Who was the anti-hero of the Nightmare On Elm street series of films?    Freddie Kruger
Who was the architect of Regent's Park?    John Nash
Who was the Author of Das Kapital    Carl Marx
Who was the author of 'Hollywood Wives'?    Jackie Collins
Who was the author of the childrens novel Watership Down?    Richard Adams
Who was the author of the first English detective novel?    Wilkie Collins
Who was the author of the well known wildlife novel Born Free?    Joy Adamson
Who was the bacteriologist who discovered that malaria is transmitted to human from the bite of a mosquito?    Ronald Ross
Who was the beaten finalist in the 2002 Wimbledon men's singles?    David Nalbandian
Who was the best friend of Bob Ferris?    Terry Collier
Who was the biblical father of King Solomon?    David
Who was the biblical father of King Solomon?    David
Who was the biblical grandson of Methuselah?    Moses
Who was the blonde female member of the Swedish pop group ABBA?    Agnetha Faltskog
Who was the British Artillery officer who invented a type of exploding shell adopted by the British army in 1803?    Henry Shrapnel
Who was the British Northern Ireland Secretary from 1985-1989?    Tom King
Who was the British spy umasked and jailed in 1961 who escaped from Wormwood Scrubs and fled to Moscow in 1966?    George Blake
Who was the British wimbledon champion of 1969?    Ann Jones
Who was the brother of marshals Wyatt and Morgan?    Virgil Earp
Who was the bully in the novel Tom Brown's Schooldays?    Harry Flashman
Who was the business partner of Charles Rolls?    Henry Royce
Who was the captain of the futuristic submarine, Stingray?    Troy Tempest
Who was the carpenter created by George Eliot in an 1859 novel?    Adam Bede
Who was the central character in John Braine's novel Room At The Top?    Joe Lambton
Who was the central character in the classic film The Third Man?    Harry Lime
Who was the central character in the film The African Queen?    Charlie Allnut
Who was the central character in the film The French Connection?    Popeye Doyle
Who was the Conservative Party Chairman from 1992-1994 and also served as Minister for Transport and Minister for Employment?    Norman Fowler
Who was the 'Crafty Cockney' of darts?    Eric Bristow
Who was the Danish author of the novel Out Of Africa?    Karen Blixen
Who was the deputy leader of the Labour Party before John Prescott?    Margaret Beckett
Who was the eldest of the 2 brothers living in Nelson Mandela House, Peckham, London?    Del Trotter
Who was the Embassy world darts champion in 1990 and 1992?    Phil Taylor
Who was the employer of Reginald Jeeves?    Bertie Wooster
Who was the European footballer of the year in 1988,1989 and 1992?    Van Basten
Who was the extremely hairy character in the Addams Family?    Cousin It
Who was the fairy story writing brother of Jakob?    Wilhelm Grimm
Who was the father of the singer of "The Kids In America"?    Marty Wilde
Who was the father of Victoria Montoya, played by Frank Silvera in the tv series The High Chaparral?    Don Sebastian
Who was the female civil servant jailed after passing secret papers regarding the siting of cruise missiles to the Guardian newspaper in 1983?    Sarah Tisdall
Who was the female star of Erin Brockovich?    Julia Roberts
Who was the female star of 'The 7 Year Itch'?    Marilyn Monroe
Who was the female star of the classic film The Maltese Falcon?    Mary Astor
Who was the fifth wife of Henry VIII and the second to be beheaded?    Catherine Howard
Who was the first actor to gain a posthumous Oscar nomination?    James Dean
Who was the first American Formula 1 world champion?    Phil Hill
Who was the first American gymnast to win a medal for the beam?    Cathy Rigby
Who was the first black actress to win an Oscar?    Hattie Mcdaniel
Who was the first bowler to take 300 wickets in test cricket?    Fred Truman
Who was the first British black singer to have an American No 1 hit?    Billy Ocean
Who was the first British winner of the World's Strongest Man title?    Geoff Capes
Who was the first British world heavyweight boxing champion this century?    Lennox Lewis
Who was the first dart player to be mentioned in the Honours List?    Eric Bristow
Who was the first daughter of the man who married Jackie Kennedy in 1968?    Christina Onassis
Who was the first Englishwoman ever to reach the summit of mount Everest?    Rebecca Stephens
Who was the first Englishwoman to qualify as a doctor?    Elizabeth Anderson
Who was the first ever Embassy World Professional Darts Champion?    Leighton Rees
Who was the first ever Labour member of parliament?    Keir Hardie
Who was the first ever presenter of the ITV sports show World of Sport?    Eamon Andrews
Who was the first footballer to be sent of while playing for England?    Alan Mullery
Who was the first gymnast to be awarded a score of 10?    Nadia Comeneci
Who was the first Jesuit missionary?    Francis Xavier
Who was the first landlady of televisions Queen Vic pub?    Angie Watts
Who was the first leader of independent Kenya?    Jomo Kenyatta
Who was the first man to manage an English European Cup winning team?    Matt Busby
Who was the first man to record 50 Grand Prix victories in Formula 1 racing?    Alain Prost
Who was the first man to take 400 wickets in a test career?    Richard Hadlee
Who was the first man to translate the bible into English?    John Wycliffe
Who was the first occupant of Poets Corner in Westminster Abbey?    Geoffrey Chaucer
Who was the first overseas winner of the News of the World darts championship?    Stefan Lord
Who was the first person to swim the English Channel?    Matthew Webb
Who was the first presenter of ITV's World of Sport    Eamonn Andrews
Who was the first president to be born in a hospital?    Jimmy Carter
Who was the first protestant Archbishop of Canterbury?    Thomas Cranmer
Who was the first recognised British Prime Minister?    Horace Walpole
Who was the first Scottish world snooker champion?    Walter Donaldson
Who was the first winner of the Junior Pot Black Championship?    Dean Reynolds
Who was the first winner of the Pot black tournament?    Ray Reardon
Who was the first woman national newsreader on British television?    Angela Rippon
Who was the first woman to compete in the annual University Boat Race?    Sue Brown
Who was the first woman to hold a seat in the British parliament?    Nancy Astor
Who was the flatmate of Oscar Madison?    Felix Unger
Who was the founder of the Salvation Army?    William Booth
Who was the French lieutenant's woman in the film of the same name?    Sarah Woodruff
Who was the girlfriend of Popeye the sailor man?    Olive Oyl
Who was the girlfriend of Superman?    Lois Lane
Who was the hard drinking uncle of Olivia in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night?    Toby Belch
Who was the head of the Nicaraguan Sandanista movement and president of Nicaragua from 1979-1990?    Daniel Ortega
Who was the head of Trumptons fire brigade?    Captain Flack
Who was the headmaster of the fictional Dotheboys Hall?    Wackford Squeers
Who was the hero of Roman mythology who was forced to undertake 12 labours?    Hercules
Who was the hero of Roman mythology who was forced to undertake 12 labours?    Hercules
Who was the hero of the novels The Ipcress File and Funeral in Berlin?    Harry Palmer
Who was the heroine of a 1816 novel by Jane Austen set in the village of Highbury?    Emma Woodhouse
Who was the heroine of Catherine Cooksons first novel (1947)?    Kate Hannigan
Who was the heroine of the acclaimed novel Gone With The Wind?    Scarlet O'Hara
Who was the heroine of the acclaimed novel 'Gone With The Wind'?    Scarlet O'Hara
Who was the heroine of The Merchant Of Venice?    Portia
Who was the hypocritical architect in Dicken's novel Martin Chuzzlewit?    Seth Pecksniff
Who was the immediate superior of Regan and Carter in the tv show The Sweeney?    Frank Haskins
Who was the infamous partner of Bonnie Parker?    Clyde Barrow
Who was the infamous sister of Cesare, and daughter of Rodrigo who became Pope Alexander VI?    Lucretia Borgia
Who was the Italian inventor of the barometer?    Evangelista Torricelli
Who was the last British Formula 1 world champion?    Damon Hill
Who was the last Conservative Chancellor of the Exchequer?    Kenneth Clarke
Who was the last England cricket captain to win an Ashes series?    David Gower
Who was the last Englishman to win the Wimbledon singles title?    Fred Perry
Who was the last Governor of Hong Kong before the end of British rule?    Christopher Patten
Who was the last Home Secretary to serve under a Conservative government?    Michael Howard
Who was the last man to serve three terms as US president?    Franklin Roosevelt
Who was the last monarch to rule Albania?    King Zog
Who was the last UK winner of the Olympic gold medal in the long jump?    Lynn Davies
Who was the last undisputed world Heavyweight Boxing Champion ?    Mike Tyson
Who was the lead singer and guitarist with T-Rex?    Marc Bolan
Who was the lead singer of Dexy's Midnight runners?    Kevin Rowland
Who was the lead singer with all girl group The Bangles?    Susanna Hoffs
Who was the lead singer with Herman's Hermits?    Peter Noone
Who was the lead singer with Newcastle band The Animals?    Eric Burdon
Who was the lead singer with the Eurythmics?    Annie Lennox
Who was the lead singer with the group Bread?    David Gates
Who was the lead singer with the punk band X Ray Spex?    Polly Styrene
Who was the lead singer with the Wurzels?    Adge Cutler
Who was the leader of the BBC Dance Orchestra from 1932-1937?    Henry Hall
Who was the leader of the British prisoners of war in the film The Bridge On The River Kwai?    Colonel Nicholson
Who was the leader of the reformation in Scotland?    John Knox
Who was the long term comedy writing partner of Dennis Nordern?    Frank Muir
who was the long time comedy partner of Dudley Moore?    Peter Cook
Who was the long time partner of Bud Flanagan?    Chesney Allen
Who was the long time presenter of the tv quiz show Mastermind?    Magnus Magnusson
Who was the major character in the Star Wars series of films?    Luke Skywalker
Who was the major character in the Uncle Remus stories?    Brer Rabbit
Who was the male half of the singing duo Dollar?    David Van Day
Who was the male half of the Wimbledon mixed doubles champions of 1987?    Jeremy Bates
Who was the male lead singer with the group Human League?    Phil Oakey
Who was the male star of the 1953 film The Desert Song?    Gordon Macrae
Who was the male star of the tv comedy series Roll Over Beethoven?    Nigel Planer
Who was the member of parliament for Cleveland and Whitby from 1974-1983?    Leon Brittan
Who was the Mongol conqueror who ruled of Mongol peoples from 1206?    Genghis Khan
Who was the most famous commander of the 7th Cavalry?    George Custer
Who was the most famous sufferer from the disease Neurofibromatosis/    John Merrick
Who was the most successful doubles partner of Bob Hewitt?    Frew Mcmillan
Who was the mother of the famous American brothers Robert, Edward, John and Joseph?    Rose Kennedy
Who was the musical 'Annie' based on?    Little Orphan Annie
Who was the musical partner of Sir Arthur Sullivan?    William Gilbert
Who was the only British sportsman to win an Olympic gold medal in the summer Olympic games of 198 188 and 1992?    Stephen Redgrave
Who was the original compere of the variety show Sunday Night at the London Palladium?    Tommy Trinder
Who was the original lead singer with heavy rock band Black Sabbath?    Ozzy Osbourne
Who was the pilot of the Millenium Falcon?    Han Solo
Who was the publishing partner of Alan Boon?    Gerald Mills
Who was the publishing partner of Gerald Mills?    Alan Boon
Who was the regular companion of Compo and Foggy?    Norman Clegg
Who was the renowned American frontiersman who also served a s Union general in US Civil War?    Kit Carson
Who was the roman military commander who defeated the forces of Marc Antony & Cleopatra at the battle of Actium in 31BC?    Marcus Agrippa
Who was the second and final Lord Protector of England?    Richard Cromwell
Who was the second president of the USA?    John Adams
Who was the secretary of state for Social Security from 1997 - 98?    Harriet Harman
Who was the senior  doctor living in Arden House, Tannochbrae?    Angus Cameron
Who was the sister of Ursula in the classic novel Women In Love?    Gudrun Brangwen
Who was the sometimes controversial Bishop of Durham from 1984-1994?    David Jenkins
Who was the Spanish explorer who conquered the Inca empire and founded the city of Lima?    Francisco Pizarro
Who was the star of the 1925 film The Freshman    Harold Lloyd
Who was the star of the 1927 film The Jazz Singer?    Al Jolson
Who was the star of the 1987 film The Living Daylights?    Timothy Dalton
Who was the stuttering member of The Comedians whose catchprase was "I'm too good for this place aren't I"?    Ken Goodwin
Who was the subject of a hit song by Dexy's Midnight Runners?    Geno Washington
Who was the subject of a play by Schiller and an opera by Rossini?    William Tell
Who was the succesful British commander at the battle of Waterloo?    Wellington
Who was the target in The Day of the Jackal?    Charles De Gaulle
Who was the television landlord of Alan, Philip and Ruth?    Rupert Rigsby
Who was the television mother of Jessica and wife of Frank?    Betty Spencer
Who was the third husband of Scarlett O'Hara?    Rhett Butler
Who was the titled member of the cast of the tv puppet show Chigley?    Lord Belborough
Who was the titled sleuth created by Dorothy L Sayers?    Lord Wimsey
Who was the US president during the first world war?    Woodrow Wilson
Who was the vampire hunter in Bram Stoker's Dracula?    Van Helsing
Who was the vocalist on the Charles McDevitt Skiffle Group's 1957 hit "Freight Train"?    Nancy Whiskey
Who was the voice of Shrek?    Mike Myers
Who was the well known creation of novelist Mark Twain?    Huckleberry Finn
Who was the wife and co-star of John Alderton in 'Thomas and Sarah'?    Pauline Collins
Who was the world formula 1 drivers champion in 1978?    Mario Andretti
Who was the world middleweight boxing champion known in the United States as Man of Steel?    Tony Zale
Who was the world motor racing champion in 1959, 1960 and 1966?    Jack Brabham
Who was turned into a pillar of salt for looking back at the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah?    Lot'S Wife
Who was world champion in 1972 and 1974, and runner up in 1973 and 1975?    Emerson Fittipaldi
Who was World Masters darts champion in both 1982 and 1985?    Dave Whitcombe
Who went on the run on Christmas Day 2003 after being set up for an armed robbery?    Phil Mitchell
Who were originally known as the Savoy High Five?    Harlem Globetrotters
Who were played on tv by Jack Klugman and Tony Randall and on film by Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau?    Odd Couple
Who were released from prison after serving 16 years on a false charge of bombing?    Birmingham Six
Who were the baddies in the Beatles film Yellow Submarine?    Blue Meanies
Who were the British Open Brass Band Champions of 1984?    Grimethorpe Colliery
Who were the F.A. Cup runners up in 1966?    Sheffield Wednesday
Who were the first group on the first edition of Top of the Pops?    Rolling Stones
Who were the first team to win a penalty shoot out in the FA Cup?    Rotherham United
Who were the first winners of the British ice hockey Superleague?    Cardiff Devils
Who were the last brother and sister to win Wimbledons mixed doubles title?    John & Tracy Austin
Who with his elder brother John founded the Methodist movement?    Charles Wesley
Who won £102,000 for a nine dart finish in the 1984 World Matchplay Darts Championship?    John Lowe
Who won 26 flat jockeys championships but only one Derby?    Gordon Richards
Who won a 1967 Oscar for the film In the Heat of the Night?    Rod Steiger
Who won a 1976 Olympic swimming gold medal for Britain?    David Wilkie
Who won a European Three Day Event title on doublet?    Princess Anne
Who won a gold medal for 100 metres breaststroke at the Moscow Olympics?    Duncan Goodhew
Who won a sprint gold medal for Britain at the 1980 Moscow Olympics?    Allan Wells
Who won a Wimbledon singles title in 1994?    Conchita Martinez
Who won an Academy Award for the 1940 film Kitty Foyle?    Ginger Rogers
Who won an Academy Award for the 1961 film Two Women?    Sophia Loren
Who won an Olympic diving gold medal despite hitting his head on the diving board?    Greg Louganis
Who won an Olympic silver medal for Britain in the javelin in 1984?    David Ottley
Who won an Oscar for his dual role in the comedy western film Cat Ballou?    Lee Marvin
Who won an Oscar for his portrayal of Sir Thomas More in the film A Man For All Seasons?    Paul Schofield
Who won an Oscar for his role in the film Reversal Of Fortune?    Jeremy Irons
Who won an Oscar for his role in the film Separate Tables?    David Niven
Who won an Oscar for the 1954 film The Country Girl?    Grace Kelly
Who won an Oscar for the 1990 film Misery?    Kathy Bates
Who won an Oscar for the 1992 film Howard's end?    Emma Thompson
Who won an Oscar for the 1996 film Shine?    Geoffrey Rush
Who won an Oscar in 1955 for his portrayal of a Brooklyn butcher?    Ernest Borgnine
Who won Britain's only athletics medal at the 1976 Olympic games?    Brendan Foster
Who won Britain's only athletics medal at the 1976 Olympic games?    Brendan Foster
Who won Britain's only Olympic gold medal in the javelin?    Tessa Sanderson
Who won his first Oscar for the 1986 film The Color of Money?    Paul Newman
Who won his only Oscar for his portrayal of river boat owner Charlie Allnut?    Humphrey Bogart
Who won his only Oscar for the film Save The Tiger?    Jack Lemmon
Who won his only Oscar for the film To Kill a Mockingbird?    Gregory Peck
Who won his only Wimbledon singles title in 1992?    Andre Agassi
Who won the 400m hurdles gold medal at the 1968 Olympic games?    David Hemery
Who won the best actor Oscar for his performance in the film On Golden Pond?    Henry Fonda
Who won the best actor Oscar for his performance in the film Stalag 17?    William Holden
Who won the Best Actor Oscar for his performance in the film Tender Mercies?    Robert Duvall
Who won the best actor Oscar for his role in the film Harry and Tonto?    Art Carney
Who won the best actress Oscar for her role in the film The Piano?    Holly Hunter
Who won the Birmingham Sparkbrook parliamentary seat in 1964 and held it until he retired in the 1990s?    Roy Hattersley
Who won the British Showjumping Derby in 1987/8/9?    Nick Skelton
Who won the first ever world snooker championships at the Crucible Theatre?    John Spencer
Who won the first of his Wimbledon titles at the age of 20?    Bjorn Borg
Who won the Nobel prize for literature in 1907?    Kipling
Who won the Olympic 110m hurdles gold medal in 1984 and 1988?    Roger Kingdom
Who won the Olympic gold medal in the 1500 metres for men at the Mexico games of 1968?    Kip Keino
Who won the Tour de France cycle race five times between 1969-1974?    Eddie Merckx
Who won the world darts title with a finish of 138?    Keith Deller
Who won the world heavyweight title with a points win over Ken Norton in 1978?    Larry Holmes
Who won the World Snooker title by potting a black ball at 12.19am on April 29th 1985?    Dennis Taylor
Who would you associate with the phrase "Oyez, Oyez, Oyez"?    Town Crier
Who wrote "All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others"?    George Orwell
Who wrote "If I should die, think only this of me: That there's some corner of a foreign field that is forever England"?    Rupert Brooke
Who wrote "If winter comes, can spring be far behind"?    Percy Shelley
Who wrote "Theirs not to reason why, theirs but to do and die"?    Alfred Tennyson
Who wrote a very famous diary while hiding in an Amsterdam attic?    Anne Frank
Who wrote about an otter named Tarka?    Henry Williamson
Who wrote about Meg, Jo, Amy and Beth March?    Louisa Alcott
Who wrote and directed the 1973 sci-fi thriller 'Westworld'?    Michael Crichton
Who wrote and starred in the celebrated silent film The Plank??    Eric Sykes
Who wrote Goodbye to Berlin upon which the film Cabaret was based?    Christopher Isherwood
Who wrote Gulliver's Travels    Johnathan Swift
Who wrote his name into the sporting history books at Iffley Road, Oxford in 1954?    Roger Bannister
Who wrote plays entitled The Rivals and School For Scandal?    Richard Sheridan
Who wrote Salt Water Ballads?    John Masefield
Who wrote the 1947 comic novel Whisky Galore?    Compton Mackenzie
Who wrote the 1960 top ten hit "When Will I Be Loved"?    Phil Everly
Who wrote the 1961 novel `The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie`?    Muriel Spark
Who wrote the 1978 novel The Sea, The Sea?    Iris Murdoch
Who wrote the best selling book A Brief History of Time?    Stephen Hawking
Who wrote the best selling book The Young Visitors at the age of 9 years?    Daisy Ashford
Who wrote The Black Tulip?    Alexandre Dumas
Who wrote the Communist Manifesto?    Karl Marx
Who wrote the controversial book Spycatcher?    Peter Wright
Who wrote the crime novel An Unkindness of Ravens?    Ruth Rendell
Who wrote The Da Vinci Code?    Dan Brown
Who wrote the famous children's book Wind in the Willows?    Kenneth Grahame
Who wrote the famous novel "A Town Like Alice"?    Nevil Shute
Who wrote the novel I, Claudius?    Robert Graves
Who wrote the novel Myra Breckenridge?    Gore Vidal
Who wrote the novel Saturday night and Sunday Morning?    Alan Sillitoe
Who wrote the novel The Carpetbaggers    Harold Robbins
Who wrote the novel The Day Of The Jackal?    Frederick Forsyth
Who wrote the novels The Mask of Dimitrius and Journey into Fear?    Eric Ambler
Who wrote the original play A Man For All Seasons?    Robert Bolt
Who wrote the popular novel Billy Liar?    Keith Waterhouse
Who wrote the song 'Blue Suede Shoes'?    Carl Perkins.
Who wrote the songs "My Guy" for Mary Wells and "My Girl" for The Temptations?    Smokey Robinson
Who wrote the soundtrack for 'The Italian Job'?    Quincy Jones
Who wrote the story on which 'The Shawshank Redemption' was based?    Stephen King
Who wrote the theme music for the Pink Panther films?    Henry Mancini
Who wrote the Waverly novels?    Sir Walter Scott
Who wrote the well known children's book Swallows and Amazons?    Arthur Ransome
Who wrote the well known childrens Christmas story The Snowman?    Raymond Briggs
Who wrote the well known childrens story Alice's Adventures in Wonderland?    Lewis Carroll
Who wrote the well known novel Cider With Rosie?    Laurie Lee
Who wrote the well known poem The Pied Piper Of Hamelin?    Robert Browning
Who wrote Treasure Island?    Robt L Stepehenson
Who, according to a well known music hall song rose at 30?    Burlington Bertie
Who, according to a well known music hall song rose at 4.30?    Burlington Bertie
Who, during a tour of Scotland was inspired to write the overture Fingal's Cave?    Felix Mendelssohn
Who, when told President Coolidge was dead asked "How can they tell"?    Dorothy Parker
Whose almanack was first published by a London astrologer in 1700?    Old Moores
Whose associates incuded Will Scarlet?    Robin Hood
Whose autobiography is entitled Life Swings?    Nick Faldo
Whose autobiography was entitled "Sing As We Go"?    Gracie Fields
Whose autobiography was entitled Reach For The Sky?    Douglas Bader
Whose backing band were named The Mindbenders?    Wayne Fontana
Whose backing band were named 'The News'?    Huey Lewis
Whose backing band were The Heartbreakers?    Tom Petty
Whose backing group were named The Pips?    Gladys Knight
Whose band were described as "Sensational"?    Alex Harvey
Whose best known tv role is the effeminate Mr Humphreys in Are You Being Served?    John Inman
Whose best known work included stories about the miller, the cook and the friar?    Geoffrey Chaucer
Whose birthday is celebrated annually on 25th January?    Robert Burns
Whose birthday is celebrated annually on January 25th?    Robert Burns
Whose body was found on Mount Everest in 1999, 75 years after he disappeared?    George Mallory
Whose book of practical cats was written by T.S. Eliot?    Old Possum
Whose book of royal photographs was published in 1988, eight years after his death?    Cecil Beaton
Whose boss was Dr Gilhespie    Dr Kildaire's
Whose comic characters included Lampwick and Mandy?    Dick Emery
Whose companions were Fred, Shaggy, Daphne and Velma?    Scooby Doo
Whose court was the setting for the film 'A Man For All Seasons'?    Henry Viii
Whose dad's dog is dead in a well known tounge twister?    Ken Dodd'S
Whose daughters Sylvia and Christabel were leading figures in the women's suffrgae movement?    Emmeline Pankhurst
Whose doorstep could be found "Down Paradise Row"?    Mother Kelly
Whose enemy is Dr Evil?    Austen Powers
Whose famous diary told of life during the middle 17th century?    Samuel Pepys
Whose famous tv greeting was "Hello, good evening and welcome"?    David Frost
Whose feast is celebrated annually on April 23rd?    Saint George
Whose feast is celebrated in parts of the British Isles on March 1st each year?    Saint David
Whose final words in 1912 were "I am just going outside and may be sometime"?    Captain Oates
Whose first and biggest hit was the 1987 number one "Never gonna give you up"?    Rick Astley
Whose first British chart hit was "If You Could Read My Mind" in 1971?    Gordon Lightfoot
Whose first British chart hit was called "Jolene"?    Dolly Parton
Whose first chart hit was Tubular Bells in 1974?    Mike Oldfield
Whose first husband was Nicky Hilton?    Elizabeth Taylor
Whose first novel, HMS Ulysees, was based on his own wartime experiences?    Alistair Maclean
Whose first number 1 hit was 'Puppy Love' in 1972?    Donny Osmond
Whose first top ten hit was the 2001 release "I'm Like a Bird"?    Nelly Furtado
Whose group had their only British hit with "Because The Night" in 1978?    Patti Smith
Whose highest chart entry was Chanson d'Amour?    Manhattan Transfer
Whose highest chart entry was the 1971 hit song "Move on up"?    Curtis Mayfield
Whose highest chart entry was the 1983 top ten hit "Bird of Paradise"?    Snowy White
Whose home planet is Tatooine?    Luke Skywalker
Whose husband left his clothes on a beach and apparently disappeared?    Elizabeth Perrin
Whose husbands were Charles Hamilton and Rhett Butler?    Scarlett O'Hara
Whose is the most famous waxworks museum in Britain?    Madame Tussaud'S
Whose last British chart hit was 'Seventh Son' in 1969?    Georgie Fame
Whose last chart hit was "No Man's Land" in 1985?    Gerard Kenny
Whose locker is at the bottom of the sea?    Davy Jones
Whose madness was portrayed by Nigel Hawthorne in a 1994 film?    King George
Whose major hit song was Out Of Time?    Chris Farlowe
Whose major tv success was as bachelor Bunjy Kennefick in the comedy show Me Mammy?    Milo O'Shea
Whose most famous composition is entitled The Planets?    Gustav Holst
Whose most famous novel is Tom Jones?    Henry Fielding
Whose most famous tv role is Herr Flick?    Guy Siner
Whose most popular novel was The Water Babies?    Charles Kingsley
Whose mystery did Charles Dickens leave unfinished?    Edwin Drood
Whose Norfolk turkeys are "Bootiful"?    Bernard Matthews
Whose only British chart entry was Blue Suede Shoes in 1956?    Carl Perkins
Whose only British chart entry was entitled "O Superman"? (1981)    Laurie Anderson
Whose only British chart hit was the 1955 song Yellow Rose Of Texas?    Mitch Miller
Whose only British hit was "Rose Garden" in 1971?    Lynn Anderson
Whose only British number 1 hit was "On the rebound" in 1961?    Floyd Cramer
Whose only chart entry was the 1960 number 1 "Tell Laura I Love Her"?    Ricky Valance
Whose only chart entry was the 1974 No.2 hit "Rock Me Gently"?    Andy Kim
Whose only grand slam victory was achieved in the US Open in 1990?    Gabriela Sabatini
Whose only number 1 hit was Wuthering Heights in 1978?    Kate Bush
Whose only top ten hit was "Born To Be Alive" in 1979?    Patrick Hernandez
Whose only top ten hit was My One Temptation in 1988?    Mica Paris
Whose only top ten hit was the 1982 song "Mickey"?    Tony Basil
Whose picture grew old in a novel by Oscar Wilde?    Dorian Gray
Whose picture is show?    Agatha Christie
Whose picture is shown here?    Charles Dickens
Whose place did Sydney Carton take on a Paris scaffold?    Charles Darnay
Whose reached his highest chart position with the song "The Last Farewell"?    Roger Whittaker
Whose real name is Steveland Morris?    Stevie Wonder
Whose record of 12 Grand Slam titles was  beaten by Pete Sampras?    Roy Emerson
Whose regular assistants were named Jock and Snowy?    Dick Barton
Whose secret diary was published in 1982?    Adrian Mole
Whose song 'Feeling Good' released in 1965 first entered the charts in July 1994?    Nina Simone
Whose statue sits in solitary splendour on London's Paddington Station?    Isambard Kingdom Brunel'S.
Whose story was told in the film Dance With A Stranger?    Ruth Ellis
Whose top selling single was "(Sitting On The) Dock Of The Bay"?    Otis Redding
Whose touch in legend could turn objects into gold?    King Midas
Whose trusty companion was called Tonto?    Lone Ranger
Whose tv career began in the 15th century and ended during World War I?    Edmund Blackadder
Whose tv character repeatedly said "Giz a job"?    Bernard Hill
Whose tv characters include Richie Rich and Alan B'Stard?    Rik Mayall
Whose tv company is named Harpo Productions?    Oprah Winfrey
Whose tv show was entitled "Who Else"?    Rory Bremner
Whose two British number 1 hits were "Do You Mind" and "Why"?    Anthony Newley
Whose wrote the novel upon which 'The Commitments' was based?    Roddy Doyle
Why did the stonefish gain entry into the Guinness Book of World Records?    The world’s most poisonous fish
Why was Amelia Bloomer famous in her day? Was it a She was noted for a series of embarrassing blunders, b she invented the Bloomer loaf or c she invented the article of clothing called Bloomers?    c) She invented the article of clothing called Bloomers
Wicked Game was a hit for which singer?    Chris Isaak
William Cavendish , Henry Pelham and Henry Addington all held which title?    Prime Minister
William Golding novel    Close Quarters
Wing Attack and Goal Attack are positions in which game?    Netball
Wisteria, Pond Lilly, Dragonfly and Apple Blossom are all names of types of which expensive objects?    Tiffany Lamps
With a sporting connection, whose home address 150 Edmiston Drive?    Glasgow Rangers
With what are the Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Anderson particularly associated?    Fairy Tales
With what is the art of ikebana concerned?    Flower Arranging
With which activity are Grandsire triples and Oxford treble Bob associated?    Bell Ringing
With which activity do you associate the americans Joey Cheek and Tucker Fredricks?    Speed Skating
With which activity was Lancelot Brown mostly associated?    Landscape Gardening
With which activity was the name of Chester Barnes associated?    Table Tennis
With which country is Khmer Rouge associated?    Cambodia
With which foodstuff is the town of Melton Mowbray particularly associated?    Pork Pie
With which important invention of 1712 is Thomas Newcomen credited?    Steam Engine
With which invention is the name of John Logie Baird associated?    Television
With which invention is the name of John Logie Baird associated?    Television
With which of his relatives did Tom Sawyer live in the books by Mark Twain?    Aunt Polly
With which person do you associate the ship named Beagle?    Charles Darwin
With which person do you associate the ship named Bounty?    William Bligh
With which person do you associate the ship named Discovery?    Robert Scott
With which person do you associate the ship named Endeavour?    James Cook
With which person do you associate the ship named Endurance?    Ernest Shackleton
With which person do you associate the ship named Fram?    Fridtjof Nansen
With which person do you associate the ship named Golden Hind?    Francis Drake
With which person do you associate the ship named HMS Bounty?    Fletcer Christian
With which person do you associate the ship named Santa Maria?    Christopher Columbus
With which phrase do MPs address each other in parliament?    Honourable Member
With which rock band did Sammy Hagar once sing?    Van Halen
With which sport do you associate Dennis 'The Menace' Priestley?    Darts
With which sport was Andrew Castle associated?    Tennis
With which sport would you associate skeet?    Shooting
With which successful group of the early 80s did Clare Grogan sing?    Altered Images
With which tv character is actor Ian Lavender mostly associated?    Private Pike
With which type of entertainment were Harry Lauder and Max Miller associated?    Music Hall
Working in the French Mediterranean, Frank Martin hires himself out as an "no questions asked" removal man known as?    The Transporter
Y.M.C.A. was the biggest hit for which group?    Village People
Yamoussoukro is the capital city of which African nation?    Ivory Coast
Yellowknife is the capital city of which Canadian region?    Northwest Territories
You may be given the opportunity to study for an NVQ, what do the initials stand for?    National Vocational Qualification
Zeus faber is the scientific name of which predatory fish of Mediterranean and Atlantic waters?    John Dory

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  1. I don't know where this originated but I just decided you lot can wade through it rather than me.
    Please remember there might be out of date questions so you can either post corrections or suggestions.
    I haven't got the time to check............

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  2. In fact as Bern from Stoke was first to visit I have nominated him to check through it all on your behalf!

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