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  • A 'Ballroom Blitz' came from which sugary-sounding group?
  • A 1990 ad for jeans helped put which early 70s Steve Miller Band song to the top of the charts?
  • A car with the international registration letter E comes from where?
  • A caravan is a group of which animals?
  • A centaur was a mythical creature half way between a man and what?
  • A cob is a male of which creature?
  • A composition by Mozart was translated by Stephen Sondheim into the name of which musical?
  • A cony is what sort of animal?
  • A David Lean film was about a passage to which country?
  • A lady would wear a mantilla in which country?
  • A lynx is a member of which family group?
  • A plant produced by crossing different species is known as what?
  • A poult is the young of which creature?
  • A region of eastern France has a girl's name with another girl's name as its capital. What are they?
  • A scapular on a bird is a type of what?
  • A snooker player makes a break of eight points. Which three colours are potted?
  • A statue in Afghanistan of which religious teacher is 53 metres high?
  • A temple to whom was sited at Ephesus?
  • About how far does the Sun's gravitational influence extend?
  • About what did she say, 'Failure? The possibility does not exist'?
  • About which book did a judge once ask if it was the sort of thing you would want your wife or servant to read?
  • About which soap did Jasper Carrott say that when the cast went on strike they were threatened with rehearsal?
  • About whom did Otto Preminger say, 'Directing her was like directing Lassie. You need 14 takes to get one of them right'?
  • According to 'Tears for Fears', what did everyone want to rule?
  • According to 1950s star Kitty Kalen what do 'Little Things Mean'?
  • According to a Nick Berry song title every loser does what?
  • According to Churchill he had nothing to offer in 1940 but what?
  • According to Connie Francis where did she find lipstick?
  • According to Frank Sinatra how do Love and Marriage go together?
  • According to Gazza, what's mine on the Tyne?
  • According to Lonnie Donegan what might lose its flavour on the bedpost overnight?
  • According to Lord Birkenhead, who devoted the best years of his life to preparing impromptu speeches?
  • According to Napoleon, what does an army march on?
  • According to Paul Simon, how many ways are there to leave your lover?
  • According to Peter and Gordon, to know you is to do what?
  • According to Pink Floyd, 'We don't need no education, We don't need no...' what?
  • According to proverb, a little what is a dangerous thing?
  • According to proverb, how do still waters run?
  • According to proverb, one man's meat is another man's what?
  • According to proverb, what does the hand that rocks the cradle do?
  • According to proverb, what is a change as good as?
  • According to the World War II poster what did 'Careless Talk' do?
  • According to the ad, what couldn't Ian Botham eat three of?
  • According to The Animals, what was the name of The House in New Orleans?
  • According to the Bob Hope/Bing Crosby song, which best-seller is Morocco bound as they were they were in the Road film?
  • According to the comedy, There's a what in My Soup?
  • According to the Germans, who were the 'Ladies from Hell'?
  • According to The Platters what gets in your eyes?
  • According to the proverb what do drowning men clutch?
  • According to the proverb what is the mother of invention?
  • According to the proverb what makes Jack a dull boy?
  • According to the proverb which fruit tastes sweetest?
  • According to the proverb, what begins at home?
  • According to the proverb, what does the devil make work for?
  • According to the proverb, what is better than no bread?
  • According to the proverb, what is the better part of valour?
  • According to the proverb, what shouldn't call the kettle black?
  • According to the song, to where in Ireland is it a long way?
  • According to Tina Turner, what was the speed limit in Nutbush?
  • Achnashellach is usually credited with what unfortunate title?
  • Acording to the story, what was Cinderellas coach made from?
  • AdŽlie Land is a French territory on the coast of which continent?
  • After 1928, women over what age were given the vote?
  • After a crash at Le Mans who stopped motor racing for over 30 years?
  • After Earth, which planet was orbited first by a man-made object?
  • After Ettore Bugatti's death in 1947, which company took over Bugatti?
  • After Hugh Trumble's Ashes hat-trick in 1904, who was the next Australian to repeat the feat?
  • After seven which is the next highest prime number?
  • After what is London's Fleet Street named?
  • After which George was the American state of Georgia named?
  • After which mythological Greek character was the drug morphine named?
  • Ag is the symbol of which chemical element ?
  • Against what is Hemingway's 'For Whom the Bell Tolls' set?
  • Against what is Hemingway's 'For Whom the Bell Tolls' set?
  • Albert II became king of which country in 1993?
  • Alevin and parr are stages in the development of which fish?
  • Alfred Hitchcock's daughter appeared in 'Psycho'. What is her name?
  • Alfredo di Stefano played international football for three countries - Argentina, Spain and which other country?
  • Ally MacLeod was manager of which national soccer side?
  • Along the Great Ocean Road in Victoria what 12 off-coast formations would you discover?
  • Alphabetically what is the last county?
  • Alphabetically, which is the second sign of the zodiac?
  • Although first to finish, why was Fred Lorz disqualified in the 1904 Olympic marathon?
  • Aluminium is extracted from which ore?
  • Amritsar is a holy city for the followers of which religion?
  • An ampersand is a sign for which word?
  • An early riser is said to be up before which bird?
  • An exaltation is a group of which birds?
  • And who was 'Lonely This Christmas'?
  • Andrew Ridgeley and George Michael were which group?
  • Andrew Ridgeley and George Michael were which group?
  • Anzac troops come from which two countries?
  • Apart from 'The Flowerpot Men' in which show do Bill and Ben appear?
  • Apart from England which European country took part in cricket's 1996 World Cup?
  • Apart from Michael Jackson, which female singer charted with 'Ben'?
  • Apart from Wigan name four teams beginning with a W who have been League champions?
  • APEC encourages trade between countries bordering which ocean?
  • Approximately when did the Big Bang take place?
  • Are Scottish banknotes legal tender in England?
  • Are sea-urchins animal, vegetable or mineral?
  • Argentina's Diego Maradona played for which club side during 1992-93?
  • Around which French town is the champagne industry centred?
  • As a barrister what did she specialise in?
  • As the host country did France have to qualify for the 1998 World Cup?
  • As the Knavesmire is to York, so the Carholme was to which course?
  • As what did Beau Brummel achieve fame?
  • As what did Bela Bartok achieve fame?
  • As what did Grimaldi achieve fame?
  • As what did Henri Fabre achieve fame?
  • As what kind of entertainer did Grock achieve fame?
  • Aside from asymmetric bars, what are the three events for women gymnasts in the Olympics?
  • Aside from Botham, which English bowler achieved the 300 Test wickets?
  • Aspects of what are the theme of which Lloyd Webber musical?
  • Aspen is from which family of trees?
  • Assassinated Prime Minister Rabin was from which country?
  • Astrakhan comes from which creature?
  • At most, how many wickets can fall in a two innings game?
  • At night what colour light is shown on the starboard side of a ship?
  • At what age can a player join the Seniors' Tour?
  • At what age does a filly become classified as mare?
  • At what degree Celsius does water freeze?
  • At what did Antonio Stradivari achieve fame?
  • At what height does a pony become a horse?
  • At what score was the tie break used when it was first introduced at Wimbledon in 1971?
  • At what sort of party might you see the invention of Earl W. Tupper?
  • At what speed in mph does a wind become a hurricane?
  • At what stage of development is the imago stage of an insect?
  • At which 'appetising' course did Sandy Lyle win the 1985 British Open?
  • At which Actors' Studio did she study?
  • At which battle in 1916 were there said to be a million fatalities?
  • At which battle was Richard III killed?
  • At which Brighton hotel did she survive a bomb in October 1984?
  • At which club did Terry Venables and Alan Sugar clash?
  • At which course are the Coventry Stakes run?
  • At which course is the greyhound racing classic, The Laurels, run?
  • At which event did Duncan Goodhew win an individual gold at the 1980 Moscow Olympics?
  • At which famous east coast bay did James Cook arrive in April 1770?
  • At which film festival is the Golden Bear awarded for best film?
  • At which film festival is the Palme d'Or awarded for best film?
  • At which game has Omar Sharif represented his country?
  • At which Grand Prix circuit did Ayrton Senna lose his life?
  • At which ground did Malcolm take nine wickets in a 1994 Test innings?
  • At which ground do the Republic of Ireland play home games?
  • At which hotel was Manuel the waiter?
  • At which Lane did Wimbledon play when they entered the League?
  • At which Lane do Spurs play when at home?
  • At which Meadow do Shrewsbury play?
  • At which place does the ship bringing Dracula to England land?
  • At which Scottish stadium was there a crowd disaster in 1971?
  • At which sport did Ivan Maugher win six world titles?
  • At which sport did Karen Pickering excel?
  • At which sport did Karen Pickering excel?
  • At which sport was Katarina Witt an Olympic champion?
  • At which sport were Margaret Court and Maria Bueno champions?
  • At which Thames crossing is there a tunnel and the Queen Elizabeth Bridge?
  • At which venue was the 1996 B&H Masters snooker tournament played?
  • Au is the symbol of which chemical element?
  • Australia's Barossa Valley is noted for which industry?
  • Avian relates to which kind of creatures?
  • Bachelor's buttons are a variety of which yellow wild flower?
  • Back, blanket and buttonhole are all types of what?
  • Band Aid asked Do They Know It's what?
  • Band Aid asked Do They Know It's what?
  • Beaumaris, Conway and Harlech are famous for what type of building?
  • Because his movements were so controversial, only which part of Elvis was it suggested should be shown on TV?
  • Because his movements were so controversial, only which part of Elvis was it suggested should be shown on TV?
  • Before he became a disciple of Jesus, what was Matthew's job?
  • Before he became party leader what was Neil Kinnock's shadow post?
  • Before success as a writer what did Hans Christian Andersen do?
  • Before their resignations in 1996 who did Patrick Jephson and Steve Davies work for ?
  • Bell metal is an alloy of which two metals?
  • Benazir Bhutto returned as prime minister of which Asian country?
  • Beriberi results from a lack of which vitamin?
  • Besides Hadrian, which Roman emperor had a wall built across Britain?
  • Between 1980 and 1995 only one French men's open winner has won Wimbledon. Who?
  • Between which countries does the Skagerrak lie?
  • Between which towns was the railway for Stephenson's first locomotive?
  • Between which two African countries are the Victoria Falls?
  • Betz cells are found in which part of the body?
  • Beverley Isherwood and Kathy Hynter were both on which programme?
  • Biafra was a breakaway state from which African country?
  • Bill Gates founded which computer corporation?
  • Billiards probably gets its name from the French word 'billiard'. What is a billiard?
  • Billy Connolly was a member of which group?
  • Bjorn Borg comes from which country?
  • Black, Italian and Lombardy are all types of which tree?
  • Black, Whooper, and Bewick are all types of which bird?
  • Bob Geldof organized Live Aid to provide food for which country?
  • Bobby Gould and Phil Neal have both managed which club?
  • Bobby Moore captained which country in the 1970 World Cup?
  • Boob Day is the Spanish equivalent of what in Britain?
  • Born Arthur Jefferson in 1890, what was this comic better known as?
  • Boswell wrote the biography of which famous writer?
  • Bouillabaisse is what kind of fish dish?
  • Bovine relates to which kind of animals?
  • Brassica oleracea is better known as what?
  • Brazilian Oscar Niemeyer followed which profession?
  • Brian Connolly was lead singer with which group?
  • Brian Jones was in which pop group?
  • Bright's disease affects which organs of the body?
  • Brittany is part of which country?
  • Brussels, Honiton and Nottingham are all renowned for which product?
  • Buff Orpingtons and Plymouth Rocks are types of what?
  • By what English name is Koln known?
  • By what English name is the mountain Yr Wyddfa known?
  • By what initials was actor Larry Hagman known as in 'Dallas'?
  • By what name do we often call nitrous oxide?
  • By what name is Betty Jean Persice better known?
  • By what name is Formosa now known?
  • By what name is Jim Moir better known?
  • By what name is Marvin Lee Aday better known?
  • By what name is mid-Lent Sunday popularly known?
  • By what name is musician Raymond O'Sullivan better known?
  • By what name is Portuguese West Africa now known?
  • By what name is singer/actor Terrence Nelhams better known?
  • By what name is Solidago known?
  • By what name is St Johnstown in Scotland now known?
  • By what name is the marsupial Sarcophilus harrisi better known?
  • By what name is the mavis better known?
  • By what name is the Russian, Nicolai Poliakoff, better known?
  • By what name was Asa Yoelson better known?
  • By what name was Margaret Hookham known on the stage?
  • By what name was the outlaw Harry Longbaugh better known?
  • By what name was travelling show tap dancer Luther Robinson known?
  • By what nickname was the criminal Albert De Salvo better known?
  • By what nickname was the silent actor GM Anderson known?
  • By what other name do we know the Somers Islands?
  • By what other name is the angel shark known?
  • By what other name is the constellation Pyxis known?
  • C is the symbol of which chemical element ?
  • C.Day Lewis and John Betjeman have both held which title?
  • Cab is a shortening of which word?
  • Caerphilly is a town and also what type of food?
  • Californian and Stellar's are types of what?
  • Called a trailer in America, what's the name of this vehicle in the UK?
  • Called a tuxedo in America, what's this garment called in the UK?
  • Called a vest in America, what's the name of this garment in the UK?
  • Called chequers in America, what's the name of this game in Britain?
  • Called cotton candy in America, what's this sweet named in the UK?
  • Called hood in America, what's this part of the car called in the UK?
  • Called thumbtack in America, what's the name of this in the UK?
  • Can a goalkeeper score a goal for his own team?
  • Can a Test Match end in a tie?
  • Can you name a hydrocarbon fuel?
  • Can you remember who sang 'I Remember You'?
  • Canaan Banana was the first president of which country?
  • Carol Hersey was once the most seen person on British TV. Where did she appear?
  • Caron Wheeler, Kym Mazelle featured with who?
  • Catherine Parr survived which royal husband?
  • Caviare is which part of the sturgeon?
  • Cecil Beaton won Oscars for his designs for which two films?
  • Chad is in which continent?
  • Chaplin played a Hitler-like figure in 'The Great Dictator' but what else did they have in common?
  • Chaplin played a Hitler-like figure in 'The Great Dictator' but what else did they have in common?
  • Charles II gives his name to which type of animal?
  • Charlie Hungerford was ex-father in law of which law enforcer?
  • Chartres cathedral in France is famed for what particular feature?
  • Chemically pure gold contains how many carats?
  • Cherilyn and Salvator are the first names of what popular 60s duo?
  • Cheryl Jones and Sandra Denton spiced up their names to what?
  • Chris Evans told his audience, Don't Forget Your what?
  • Chukkas are the playing periods in which sport?
  • Cleopatra supposedly bathed in the milk of which animal?
  • Cliff Michelmore presented which nightly information programme?
  • Cliff Richard and Marty Robbins had different songs that shared which title?
  • Coal is composed of which element?
  • Cobalt is a shade of what colour?
  • Cold meat and cold potatoes can produce what dish?
  • Colonel Tom Parker launched which star?
  • Complete Lord Acton's phrase 'Power tends to corrupt... '?
  • Concord is the capital of which US state?
  • Consett is associated with the processing of which two metals?
  • Convict Robert Stroud was better known as who?
  • Cu is the symbol of which chemical element?
  • Curtly Ambrose plays international cricket for which team?
  • Daniel Day-Lewis starred in the Last of what 1992?
  • Darwin is the capital of which state?
  • David Ben-Gurion was the first prime minister of which country?
  • David Nobbs created which character made famous by Leonard Rossiter?
  • Dawn French played the vicar of which parish?
  • Dawn French played the vicar of which parish?
  • Debussy appears on which French bank note?
  • Della Street was secretary to which famous legal character?
  • Derek Jacobi played the title role as which Roman emperor?
  • Desmond Morris presented which natural history programme?
  • Dexter and May have captained England in which sport?
  • Diana Ross, Florence Ballard and Mary Wilson formed what?
  • Did summer precede winter in Delia Smith's cookery collections?
  • Did summer precede winter in Delia Smith's cookery collections?
  • Difford and Tilbrook were songwriters for which group?
  • Diomed was the first winner of which great race?
  • Divali, or the Festival of Lights, is a celebration in which religion?
  • Do dolphins have teeth?
  • Do more countries drive on the left or on the right?
  • Does Elizabeth II face to the left or right on a British coin?
  • Does most of Africa lie to the north or to the south of the Equator?
  • Donnerstag is German for which day?
  • Down which valley does the mistral blow?
  • Dr John Pemberton invented which drink in 1886?
  • Dr Stephen Hawking wrote a brief history of what?
  • Dreadlocks in the hair and a musical style are hallmarks of which movement linked with Ethiopia?
  • Duncan Goodhew was famous for which sport?
  • Dunkery Beacon is the highest point where?
  • During how many days was Jesus tempted while in the wilderness?
  • During which battle did the charge of the Light Brigade take place?
  • During which conflict was the record 'Get Here' a UK Forces favourite?
  • During which conflict was the record 'Get Here' a UK Forces favourite?
  • During which month do Muslims fast from before sunrise to sunset?
  • During which period did the jitterbug gain popularity?
  • During which rally was Mark Thatcher lost in 1982?
  • During which war was 'By The Sword Divided' set?
  • During which war was 'Dad's Army' set?
  • During which war were concentration camps first introduced?
  • Eau-de-nil is a shade of what colour?
  • Ed Koch was the mayor of which town?
  • Ed Koch was the mayor of which town?
  • Eddie Kendricks and David Ruffin were lead singers with which group?
  • Edible, blue and hermit are all types of which creature?
  • Edmonds and Emburey were the spinning duo for which county?
  • Edouard and Claude were Manet and Monet. Which was which?
  • Edradour is the smallest what in Scotland?
  • Elton John's first hit was in 1971. When was his first solo No 1?
  • Ena Sharples and Elizabeth of Glamis are types of what?
  • England skippers Brearley and Gatting have both captained which county?
  • Errol Brown is lead singer with which group?
  • Euclid is associated with which branch of mathematics?
  • Excavating the tombs of which civilization revealed lively paintings showing feasting, dancing and swimming?
  • Exterior shots in 'Cheers' featured a real bar. What was its name ?
  • Fahrenheit is associated with the measurement of what?
  • Fair-haired Debbie Harry sang with which group?
  • Faldo won the British Open in 1990 and 1992. Who won in 1991?
  • Faldo, Clark and James represented Europe in the 1995 Ryder Cup. Who was the fourth Englishman?
  • Famine in which country triggered the Band Aid Charity?
  • Farouk was king of which country?
  • Fe is the symbol of which chemical element?
  • Film star Roy Scherer died in 1985. What was his screen name?
  • Finish and browning are used in which building trade?
  • Finish the line: 'If you want to know if he loves you so, It's...'
  • Finish the line: 'You never close your eyes anymore when I kiss...'
  • Finish the line: 'You're not the truth, No-one could look as...'?
  • First held in 1983, how many years elapsed before the second Athletics World Championships?
  • Fletcher Christian led a mutiny on which ship?
  • Floors Castle is the Scottish home of which duke?
  • Flounder is a common name for which type of fish?
  • Flymo developed a machine based on the hovercraft for cutting what?
  • Following the 1963 Peerage Act, who was the first peer to disclaim his title?
  • For how long did Alexander the Great rule?
  • For how many months each year does a dormouse hibernate?
  • For how many months was Noah’s Ark afloat?
  • For over a quarter of a century, which tobacco company has produced a football yearbook?
  • For what achievement is Valentina Tereshkova famous?
  • For what are the letters OM an abbreviation?
  • For what did the Swede Jenny Lind achieve fame?
  • For what drink is ‘Mothers Ruin’ a nickname?
  • For what is Elizabeth Fry chiefly remembered?
  • For what is Frank Lloyd Wright famous?
  • For what is Oberammergau famous?
  • For what is Peter the Hermit particularly known historically?
  • For what is the Medoc area of France famous?
  • For what kind of building is Rievaulx in North Yorkshire famous?
  • For what line of business was model manufacturer Airfix originally known?
  • For what reason were British soldiers called Tommies (short for Tommy Atkins)?
  • For what sport is Ellery Hanley famous?
  • For which area is Commissioner Neil Kinnock responsible?
  • For which art style is David Hockney famous?
  • For which club did fly half turned broadcaster Cliff Morgan play?
  • For which company did Chaplin make his first films?
  • For which country did Dennis Law play soccer?
  • For which country did Peter Petherick take a Test hat-trick in 1976?
  • For which county does Dominic Cork play cricket?
  • For which event did Helmut Zacharias have a Melody hit in 1964?
  • For which film did Sinatra win an Oscar in 1953?
  • For which instrument did Paganini chiefly compose?
  • For which instrument is Joaqu'n Rodrigo most famous?
  • For which measuring system did Joseph Louis Lagrange lay the foundations?
  • For which musical instrument were Liszt's 'Liebestraume' written?
  • For which national team does Abedi Pele play?
  • For which of these games would you use dice: ludo, whist, hopscotch, snakes-and-ladders?
  • For which record label did The Stones sign a deal in 1991?
  • For which seat was she a candidate before winning Finchley?
  • For which Soviet development was Igor Kurchatov team leader?
  • For which sport is Gordon Pirie remembered?
  • For which sport is Graham Marsh's brother famous?
  • For which sport is Lennox Lewis famous?
  • For which sporting event was 'Nessun Dorma' a TV theme tune?
  • For which sporting event was 'Nessun Dorma' a TV theme tune?
  • For which Sunday newspaper was Clement Freud a football correspondent?
  • For whom did Louis Braille develop his writing system?
  • Franz Kafka wrote in German but what nationality was he?
  • Frederick the Great was king of which country?
  • From 1933 to 1947 how was the Hoover Dam on the Colorado known ?
  • From the fibres of which plant is linen made?
  • From what colour rock is the Jordanian city of Petra carved?
  • From what do we get saccharine?
  • From which album was the US chart entry 'Mother's Little Helper'?
  • From which alphabet did all the Western alphabets originate?
  • From which boat did Jacques Cousteau conduct his underwater research?
  • From which border do Border collies originate?
  • From which countries were Enigma, who had a No 1 with 'Sadness'?
  • From which country's language does anorak come from?
  • From which district in France do the majority of fine clarets come?
  • From which film did Duran Duran get their name?
  • From which film, for which Chaplin wrote the music, did Petula Clark have a No 1 with 'This Is My Song'?
  • From which fish is caviar obtained?
  • From which flower is digitalis obtained?
  • From which island group did Boney M hail?
  • From which London railway station do you normally travel to Bristol?
  • From which London station are there trains direct to the continent through the Channel Tunnel?
  • From which London station would you leave if travelling to Carlisle?
  • From which musical does 'The Lady is a Tramp' come and who did Sinatra sing it to in the film?
  • From which part of the cod is a beneficial oil produced?
  • From which plant is linen obtained?
  • From which port was the bulk of the British Expeditionary Force in France evacuated in 1940?
  • From which tower of the New Palace of Westminster does the Union Jack fly by day?
  • From which TV series did Jan Hammer's 'Crockett's Theme' come?
  • From which two London stations could you travel to Scotland direct?
  • From which US state does model Jerry Hall come?
  • From which wood were longbows made?
  • From which work does the piece 'Nimrod' come from?
  • Garibaldi, Nice and Ginger Nut are all types of what?
  • Garner and Roberts were pacemen for which international team?
  • Gary and Martin Kemp were members of which group?
  • Gemma Jones became the Duchess of where?
  • Geographically, what links Gracie Fields and Lisa Stansfield?
  • George Carey succeeded Robert Runcie in which post?
  • George Harrison's 'My Sweet Lord' was claimed to sound like which other song?
  • Gerald Campion played which overweight pupil of Greyfriars school?
  • Giants and Jets have triumphed in the Super Bowl for which city?
  • Giants and Jets have triumphed in the Super Bowl for which city?
  • Gloucestershire cricketers of the 1870s W. G. and E. M. had what surname?
  • Golden and argus are varieties of which bird?
  • Grace Road is the ground of which county?
  • Graeme Hick is an international for which country?
  • Grandfather, cuckoo and carriage are types of what?
  • Grant and Truman have been presidents of which country?
  • Graphite is composed of which element?
  • Greece is in which continent?
  • Has croquet ever been a sport in the Olympics?
  • Hawthorn traditionally blooms in which month?
  • Haydn's Symphony No 96, the 'Mracle', is supposed to commemmorate what event?
  • Hearts and Hibs come from which Scottish city?
  • Hedera helix is better known as what?
  • Helen Sharman was the first Briton to go where?
  • Helium belongs to which group of elements?
  • Hello, hello, hello, what was founded in Vienna in 1923?
  • Henry Cooper became the British and Empire Heavyweight champion on January 12th, 1959. Who was his defeated opponent?
  • Henry Cotton became famous in which sport?
  • Henry III put three barleycorns in a line to make which measurement?
  • Historically, what is the name of Japan's warrior class?
  • Holden Caulfield appears in which, once controversial, novel?
  • Holden Caulfield appears in which, once controversial, novel?
  • Holi is a spring religious festival. In which religion?
  • Horatio Nelson lost his right eye in 1794 at Calvi during the French Revolutionary War. When and where did he lose his right arm?
  • How are Christopher Lowe and Neil Tennant better known?
  • How are Messrs Hodges and Peacock better known?
  • How are Mrs Barrett and Mrs Janes better known?
  • How are the trio of Yarrow, Stookey and Travers better known?
  • How are train robbers Parker and Longbaugh better known?
  • How can cane chairs be rearranged to produce something sweet?
  • How did 'The Sweeney' get its name?
  • How did American showman William E. Cody become known?
  • How did Anita Lonsborough win an Olympic gold medal in 1960?
  • How did Brian Jones die?
  • How did camerawoman Lee Lyon die whilst filming 'Survival'?
  • How did Cherilyn Sarkasian LaPierre become better known?
  • How did Leher describe the Widow in his operetta?
  • How did Leher describe the Widow in his operetta?
  • How did Lord Kitchener die?
  • How did Macmillan describe Margaret Thatcher's privatisation policy?
  • How did master escapologist Harry Houdini die?
  • How did Patsy Cline die?
  • How did Princess Grace of Monaco die?
  • How did the car manufacturer, Charles Stewart Rolls, die?
  • How did the group Nynuk become known in order to find chart success?
  • How did the notorious witchfinder Matthew Hopkins die?
  • How did the suffragette Emily Davison meet her death in 1913?
  • How did the word 'exchequer' come into being?
  • How did Van Gogh commit suicide?
  • How did Yetta Feldman die in 'So Haunt Me'?
  • How do bevel gears engage with one another?
  • How do male moths find female moths in the dark?
  • How do you luge?
  • How do you spell Mississippi?
  • How do you spell Mississippi?
  • How does a boa constrictor kill its prey?
  • How does a grasshopper produce its distinctive sound?
  • How does a hurl differ from a hockey stick?
  • How does Saturday's child work for a living?
  • How else is the star Sirius known?
  • How is 77 represented in Roman numerals?
  • How is a cappella music performed?
  • How is adventure writer David Cornwell better known?
  • How is Alexandra Denny better known?
  • How is Amandine Aurore Lucie Dupin better known?
  • How is Anthony McMillan better known?
  • How is Bob van Winkle better known?
  • How is Brenda Mae Tarpley better known?
  • How is Charles Springall better known?
  • How is Cherilyn La Pier better known?
  • How is Concetta Franconeri better known?
  • How is David O'Mahoney better known?
  • How is Declan McManus better known?
  • How is Elizabeth Moulton better known?
  • How is Frances Gumm better known?
  • How is Francis Castellucio better known?
  • How is Francisco de Goya y Lucientes more simply known?
  • How is Frederick Austerlitz better known?
  • How is Gordon Sumner better known?
  • How is James Bradford better known?
  • How is Joyce Frankenberg better known?
  • How is Kurt Weill's 'Die Dreigroschenoper' better known?
  • How is Kurt Weill's 'Die Dreigroschenoper' better known?
  • How is Leslie Heseltine better known?
  • How is Louis Firbank better known?
  • How is Louis Winogradsky better known?
  • How is Marian Fitzwalter more usually known?
  • How is Marie Gresholtz better known today?
  • How is Marie McDonald McLaughlin Lawrie better known?
  • How is Mary Ann Cross better known?
  • How is Matilda Alice Victoria Wood better known?
  • How is Michael Barrett better known in the pop world?
  • How is Noah Kominsky better known?
  • How is Norma Jean Baker better known?
  • How is Paul Gadd better known?
  • How is Priscilla White better known?
  • How is Rebecca Rolfe better known?
  • How is Robert Bell better known?
  • How is Robert Zimmermann better known?
  • How is Roberta Joan Anderson better known?
  • How is Rose Louise Hovick better known?
  • How is Russ Roberts better known?
  • How is Russian revolutionary Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov better known?
  • How is Shirley Ann Broadbent better known?
  • How is singer Clementina Dinah Campbell better known?
  • How is singer Elaine Bookbinder better known?
  • How is singer/songwriter John Henry Deutschendorf better known?
  • How is skinny 1960s model Lesley Hornby better known?
  • How is Terence Williams of UB40 better known?
  • How is Terry Nelhams better known?
  • How is the 'Pomp and Circumstance March' better known?
  • How is the auracaria tree more commonly known?
  • How is the Caribbean island of St Christopher more familiarly known?
  • How is the heir to the throne known in Scotland?
  • How is the International Society for Krishna Consciousness known?
  • How is the letter S represented in morse code?
  • How is the Roman city of Verulamium known today?
  • How is the settlement the Town of Our Lady, the Queen of the Angels, by the Little-Portion River known today?
  • How is the UK golfing term albatross known in America?
  • How is Thomas Derbyshire better known?
  • How is Thomas Hicks better known?
  • How is Western actor Marion Morrison better known?
  • How long did it take Mr Blobby to reach No 1 in December 1993?
  • How long did Peter Mayle spend in Provence?
  • How long did Peter Mayle spend in Provence?
  • How long did the Arab-Israeli War of 1967 last?
  • How long does a European Council presidency last?
  • How long does the light of the Sun take to reach the Earth?
  • How long is a Member of Parliament elected for?
  • How long is an MEP elected for?
  • How long is the motor race which Indianapolis is famous for?
  • How long is the motor race which Indianapolis is famous for?
  • How long is there between rounds in boxing?
  • How many 'Monty Python' series were made?
  • How many 'sisters' make up the Pleiades?
  • How many are there in a baker's dozen?
  • How many arms does a squid have?
  • How many athletes are there in an Olympic relay team?
  • How many atoms of oxygen are there in one molecule of water?
  • How many bails are there on a set of wickets?
  • How many Beatles appeared on one 'Juke Box Jury' in 1963?
  • How many Beatles appeared on one 'Juke Box Jury' in 1963?
  • How many bits or binary elements has a byte?
  • How many bridges are there over the Firth of Forth?
  • How many carbon atoms are there in the phenol molecule?
  • How many cards are there in a tarot pack?
  • How many cards are there in each suit?
  • How many cards of the same suit are needed for a flush in poker?
  • How many cents are there in a US nickel?
  • How many children did Queen Victoria have?
  • How many children were there in Enid Blyton's Famous Five?
  • How many colours are there in the rainbow?
  • How many commissioners are there in the EC?
  • How many consecutive No 1s did The Beatles have between 1963 and 1966?
  • How many counters are on a backgammon board at start of play?
  • How many countries were in the EEC at its beginning in 1957?
  • How many dancers feature in a pas de deux?
  • How many daughters does Queen Elizabeth II have?
  • How many days in two non-leap years?
  • How many decades are there in two centuries?
  • How many degrees in a right angle?
  • How many do you get if you add a baker's dozen to a score?
  • How many dots are used in each letter in the Braille system?
  • How many edges in a cube?
  • How many English kings have been called George?
  • How many equal angles are there in an isosceles triangle?
  • How many faces did the Romans believe Janus to have?
  • How many faces has an icosahedron?
  • How many faults are incurred for a refusal in showjumping?
  • How many feet are there in ten yards?
  • How many French kings were named Louis?
  • How many furlongs in a mile?
  • How many general elections did Margaret Thatcher win in the 1980s?
  • How many general elections had the Liberal Democrats contested by 1995?
  • How many girls in the duo Everything But the Girl?
  • How many gold medals did Mark Spitz win in Munich in 1972?
  • How many Grand Nationals did Desert Orchid win?
  • How many heads did Dr Doolittle's llama have?
  • How many hearts does an octopus have?
  • How many hours in four days?
  • How many Hours was Gene Pitney from Tulsa?
  • How many humps does a newborn camel have?
  • How many inches in two yards?
  • How many individual bets make up a Yankee?
  • How many islands make up the Calendar Islands in Casco Bay?
  • How many Jacksons were there when they sang 'I Want You Back'?
  • How many judges out of nine gave Torvill & Dean full marks for artistic impression in 1984?
  • How many kilograms make one metric ton?
  • How many kings of England have been called Philip?
  • How many lanes are there in an Olympic swimming pool?
  • How many laps are completed in a speedway race?
  • How many legs does an adult insect have?
  • How many legs has a daddy-long-legs?
  • How many legs has a lobster?
  • How many legs has a lobster?
  • How many legs has a spider?
  • How many letters are there in the Greek alphabet?
  • How many lines in a limerick?
  • How many linesmen are there in an international match?
  • How many lungs do snakes have?
  • How many major symphonies did Mahler write?
  • How many Men looked after Baby in 1987?
  • How many miles are there in eight kilometres?
  • How many minutes are there in a week?
  • How many minutes in five hours?
  • How many minutes in four and three quarter hours?
  • How many minutes in half a day?
  • How many minutes in the second half of a Premier League match?
  • How many minutes in two and a half hours?
  • How many months were there in the old Roman year?
  • How many more letters are there in the English than the Greek alphabet?
  • How many moves are there in a chess game in which White opens and wins with Fool's Mate?
  • How many Musketeers were there in the title of the book by Dumas?
  • How many No 1 singles has Neil Diamond had?
  • How many No. 1 singles did John Lennon have in his lifetime?
  • How many notes are there in an octave?
  • How many of duo Miki and Griff were female?
  • How many of Henry VIII's wives were called Anne?
  • How many of The Walker Brothers were related to each other as brothers?
  • How many old pence were there in £1?
  • How many old pennies were there in a guinea?
  • How many Oscars for best director did Alfred Hitchcock win?
  • How many packs of cards are needed for a game of Canasta?
  • How many packs of cards are needed to play bezique?
  • How many parishes does Greater London have?
  • How many pecks are there in a bushel?
  • How many people are there in an ice hockey team?
  • How many people are there in an ice hockey team?
  • How many people died in the Crossroads motel fire?
  • How many phases of the moon are there in a lunar month?
  • How many pieces of silver did Judas get for betraying Christ?
  • How many pints in a gallon?
  • How many pints in three quarts?
  • How many players are in a Rugby League team?
  • How many players are there in a baseball team?
  • How many players are there in a baseball team?
  • How many players are there in a British lacrosse team?
  • How many players are there in a Gaelic football team?
  • How many players are there in a netball team?
  • How many players are there in a Rugby League team?
  • How many players are there in a volleyball team?
  • How many players should be on the pitch at the start of a game?
  • How many players were on the field at the end of the 1990 World Cup Final?
  • How many points are there on a snowflake?
  • How many points has a Star of David?
  • How many queens have ruled France?
  • How many railway stations are there on a Monopoly board?
  • How many reeds does an oboe have?
  • How many ribs does a human have?
  • How many rivers does Tonga have?
  • How many runs are scored in a maiden over?
  • How many seconds in five minutes?
  • How many seconds in quarter of an hour?
  • How many sets of teeth do most mammals have?
  • How many sheets of paper are there in a ream?
  • How many sides has a 20-pence piece?
  • How many sides has a cube?
  • How many sides has a cuboid?
  • How many sides has a decagon?
  • How many sides has a dodecagon?
  • How many sides has a heptagon?
  • How many sides has a nonagon?
  • How many sides has a parallelogram?
  • How many sides has a rhombus?
  • How many sides has a trapezium?
  • How many sides has an isosceles triangle?
  • How many sides has an octagon?
  • How many sides in 15 triangles?
  • How many sides in four oblongs?
  • How many sides in three rectangles?
  • How many spots are there on a full set of 28 dominoes?
  • How many square inches in a square foot?
  • How many square miles is the City of London?
  • How many squares are there on a chess board?
  • How many squares on a Rubik Cube never move?
  • How many steps are there to heaven?
  • How many stomachs has a cow?
  • How many strings are there on a Spanish guitar?
  • How many stripes does a police sergeant have on his arm?
  • How many stumps are there on a set of wickets?
  • How many teeth does a mature male horse have?
  • How many tenpin bowling skittles need knocking down for a strike?
  • How many test centuries did Geoff Boycott score for England?
  • How many time zones does Canada have?
  • How many time zones does mainland USA have?
  • How many times did Barry Sheene win the 500cc world motor cycle racing championship?
  • How many times did Chaplin marry altogether?
  • How many times did Graham Hill win the Monaco Grand Prix?
  • How many times did Martina Navratilova win the Wimbledon singles?
  • How many times did Will Carling skipper England before giving up the captaincy in '96?
  • How many times do you sing 'Happy Birthday' if you sing two verses of the song?
  • How many times do you sing 'Yeah' in the chorus of 'She Loves You'?
  • How many times does Monroe sing 'you' in one chorus of 'I Wanna Be Loved By You'?
  • How many times does the EC meet?
  • How many times had Wallis Simpson been married before she married Edward VIII?
  • How many times was Ayrton Senna world champion?
  • How many times was Bobby Charlton capped for England?
  • How many tons did Tennessee Ernie Ford sing about?
  • How many tunnels under the Mersey link Liverpool to the Wirral?
  • How many tusks does a warthog have?
  • How many valid deliveries are sent down in a Test cricket over?
  • How many vowels are there in Kyrgyzstan?
  • How many were there in the Tops, Pennies and Seasons?
  • How many wheels does a jaunting car have?
  • How many Wimbledon champions retained their 1983 titles in 1984?
  • How many winners did Gordon Richards ride in the 1947 season?
  • How many yards in a mile?
  • How many years are celebrated by a golden anniversary?
  • How many years are celebrated by a pearl anniversary?
  • How many years are celebrated by a platinum anniversary?
  • How many years are celebrated by a ruby anniversary?
  • How many years are celebrated by a silver anniversary?
  • How many years are celebrated by an emerald anniversary?
  • How many years are involved in a golden celebration?
  • How many years are involved in a silver anniversary?
  • How many years is the term of office of the American president?
  • How much does it cost to buy a station on a British Monopoly board?
  • How much in old money was a tanner?
  • How much was a groat worth?
  • How old was Adrian Mole when he started writing his autobiography?
  • How old was Ghenghis Khan when he succeeded his father?
  • How old was Ghenghis Khan when he succeeded his father?
  • How old was Norma Jean when she first married?
  • How was Achilles killed?
  • How was Alexander the Great's body preserved?
  • How was Diana Prince better known?
  • How was Eric Bartholomew better known?
  • How was Macaulay Culkin left at Home in 1990?
  • How was Natasha Gurdin better known?
  • How was the Belgian Soeur Sourire known in Britain?
  • How was the double album, 'The Beatles', better known?
  • How was the double album, 'The Beatles', better known?
  • How was the Man from the United Network Command for Law and Enforcement better known?
  • How was the Parisian photographer Emmanuel Rudnitsky better known?
  • How were Bill Oddie, Tim Brooke-Taylor and Graeme Garden known?
  • How were Roger McGough, Mike McGear and John Gorman collectively known?
  • How were the Balls of Fire described by Jerry Lee Lewis?
  • How were The Jacksons credited on their early hits?
  • How were the Lads Terry Collier and Bob Ferris known?
  • How were the Men Behaving in the series about Gary and Tony ?
  • How were the musical duo Asher and Weller better known?
  • How were Whitesnake credited on their first recordings?
  • How would the music of Vivaldi, Purcell and Handel be classified?
  • How would you be travelling if you arrived at Shannon from abroad?
  • How would you be travelling if you were taking the Jubilee line?
  • Huntingdon is the birthplace of which ruler of England?
  • Ian Gillan, Graham Bonnet and David Coverdale sang for which group?
  • ICBM stands for Inter-Continental what?
  • If a person is anosmic, they have no sense of what?
  • If a ship runs up a yellow flag what does it mean?
  • If a sign in Germany announced Rauchen Verboten, what could you not do?
  • If a triangle has an angle of 58 degrees and an angle of 77 degrees, what is the third angle?
  • If a violinist is playing pizzicato, what is he doing?
  • If an elderly couple are happily married who are they likened to?
  • If it rains on St Swithin's Day, how many days is it supposed to rain?
  • If libel is a written defamation, what is oral defamation?
  • If Lord Bellamy was Upstairs, where were Hudson and Mrs Bridges?
  • If someone is an Old Wykehamist to which school did he go?
  • If someone is lachrymose, what do they do a lot?
  • If something is Cantonese which country does it come from?
  • If the image in the mirror shows the time as five past two, what time is it?
  • If the southern limit of the tropics is Capricorn what is the northern limit called?
  • If the umpire raises both arms above his head what is he signalling?
  • If tonight is the night how is Whitney Houston feeling?
  • If two straight lines are always the same distance apart what are they said to be?
  • If VAT is 17.5% what is the VAT on an item costing £2?
  • If you are at Turf Moor who is playing at home?
  • If you are playing Southern Cross you are playing a form of which game?
  • If you are sinistral, what are you?
  • If you betray your country what crime do you commit?
  • If you bought the RTE Guide what information would you receive?
  • If you had an escutcheon, what would be shown on it?
  • If you have 'mal de mer' what are you suffering from?
  • If you suffer from cherophobia what are you afraid of?
  • If you took a holiday in Gstaad what sport would you practise?
  • If you were an LLD what profession would you be involved in?
  • If you were at Goodison Park who would be playing at home?
  • If you were awarded an OBE what would you be?
  • If you were driving at 50 miles per hour, at how many kilometres per hour would you be going (approximately)?
  • If you were in Benidorm in which country would you be?
  • If you were looking at the Ganges which country would you be in?
  • If you were studying coleoptera what would you be examining?
  • If you were using a spinnaker, what would you be doing?
  • In 'A Tale of Two Cities' what is the name of the grave robber?
  • In 'A Tale of Two Cities' what is the name of the grave robber?
  • In 'A Tale of Two Cities' what is the occupation of Sydney Carton?
  • In 'A Tale of Two Cities' what is the occupation of Sydney Carton?
  • In 'Alice in Wonderland' what price did the Mad Hatter have on his hat?
  • In 'Are You Being Served?' what was John Inman's catchphrase?
  • In 'Birds of a Feather' what is Dorien's husband called?
  • In 'Bleak House' who is Lady Dedlock's daughter, at first assumed dead?
  • In 'Bleak House' who is Lady Dedlock's daughter, at first assumed dead?
  • In 'Brideshead Revisited' what was Aloysius?
  • In 'Cheers' what was Ernie Pantouso's nickname?
  • In 'Coronation Street' what is Ken and Denise's little boy called?
  • In 'Coronation Street' what is Ken Barlow's job?
  • In 'Coronation Street' what is Maureen Holdsworth's mother called?
  • In 'Coronation Street' what is the name of Deirdre's daughter?
  • In 'Coronation Street' who owns The Kabin?
  • In 'Coronation Street', what is the name of Mike Baldwin's wife?
  • In 'Countdown' how many letters are selected for the letters game?
  • In 'Crossroads' what part did Noele Gordon play?
  • In 'Dad's Army' what was Captain Mainwaring's day job?
  • In 'Dad's Army' what was the occupation of Private Frazer?
  • In 'Dad's Army' what were Godfrey's two sisters called?
  • In 'David Copperfield' how did Ham die?
  • In 'David Copperfield' how did Ham die?
  • In 'David Copperfield' what was the surname of Uriah?
  • In 'David Copperfield' who does David's aunt Betsey Trotwood live with?
  • In 'David Copperfield' who does David's aunt Betsey Trotwood live with?
  • In 'David Copperfield' who was 'willin''?
  • In 'David Copperfield' who was 'willin''?
  • In 'Dempsey and Makepeace' which university had Lady Harriet graduated from?
  • In 'Doctor Who' what does TARDIS stand for?
  • In 'Doctor Who' what was the Daleks' most famous command?
  • In 'Doomwatch' what was Doomwatch?
  • In 'EastEnders' what did Michelle Fowler call her little girl?
  • In 'EastEnders' what is the name of Carol's red-haired daughter?
  • In 'EastEnders' what was Sam's surname before she married Ricky?
  • In 'EastEnders' who is Kathy Mitchell's son by Pete Beale?
  • In 'EastEnders', what is Ethel's last name?
  • In 'Edwin Drood' at whose school at Cloisterham was Rosa brought up?
  • In 'Edwin Drood' at whose school at Cloisterham was Rosa brought up?
  • In 'Emmerdale' what did Annie Sugden's name change to?
  • In 'Fifteen To One' how many contestants take part in the final round?
  • In 'Grease', what line comes before 'Did she put up a fight?'?
  • In 'Great Expectations' what is Pip's full name?
  • In 'Great Expectations' what is Pip's full name?
  • In 'Great Expectations' what is the profession of Joe Gargery?
  • In 'Great Expectations' what is the profession of Joe Gargery?
  • In 'Great Expectations' whom did Estella first marry?
  • In 'Great Expectations' whom did Estella first marry?
  • In 'Hard Times' who is Mr Bounderby's housekeeper?
  • In 'Hard Times' who is Mr Bounderby's housekeeper?
  • In 'Hard Times' who tries to seduce Louisa Bounderby, nee Gradgrind?
  • In 'Hard Times' who tries to seduce Louisa Bounderby, nee Gradgrind?
  • In 'HMS Pinafore' who did Sir Joseph Porter bring on boat along with his sisters?
  • In 'Home and Away' was Bobby Simpson a boy or a girl?
  • In 'I Belong To Glasgow', how many drinks do I get on a Saturday?
  • In 'Jane Eyre' who cares for Jane after she flees Thornfield Hall?
  • In 'Kung Fu' what name do the Buddhist priests give to Kwai Chang Caine?
  • In 'Last Of The Summer Wine' what was Nora's husband called?
  • In 'Little Dorrit' who are Amy's brother and sister?
  • In 'Little Dorrit' who are Amy's brother and sister?
  • In 'Mansfield Park' what is the name of the heroine?
  • In 'May to December' what was Alec and Zoe's baby called?
  • In 'My Friend Flicka' who or what was Flicka?
  • In 'Nicholas Nickleby' what is the final fate of Squeers?
  • In 'Nicholas Nickleby' what is the final fate of Squeers?
  • In 'Nicholas Nickleby' who is Ralph Nickleby's clerk?
  • In 'Nicholas Nickleby' who is Ralph Nickleby's clerk?
  • In 'Oliver Twist' how does Bill Sikes perish?
  • In 'Oliver Twist' how does Bill Sikes perish?
  • In 'Oliver Twist' what is Rose's relation to Oliver discovered to be?
  • In 'Oliver Twist' what is Rose's relation to Oliver discovered to be?
  • In 'Oliver Twist' who adopts Oliver?
  • In 'Oliver Twist' who adopts Oliver?
  • In 'Our Mutual Friend' whom does Eugene Wrayburn marry?
  • In 'Our Mutual Friend' whom does Eugene Wrayburn marry?
  • In 'Penny Lane' what is a nurse selling from a tray?
  • In 'Pickwick Papers' who is Mr Pickwick's landlady?
  • In 'Pickwick Papers' who is Mr Pickwick's landlady?
  • In 'Police Woman' what was Sgt Anderson's nickname?
  • In 'Porridge' who played Ronnie Barker's cell mate?
  • In 'Private Eye', who are Brenda and Yvonne?
  • In 'Rag, Tag and Bobtail' which was the hedgehog?
  • In 'Red Dwarf' what was the ranking of Technician Dave Lister?
  • In 'Red Dwarf' what was the spaceship's computer called?
  • In 'Rising Damp' what is Rigsby's cat called?
  • In 'Safety Last' where is stunt actor Harold Lloyd seen hanging from?
  • In 'Star Trek' what colour was Mr Spock's blood?
  • In 'Starlight Express' what do the performers wear on their feet?
  • In 'Sultans of Swing' who 'knows all the chords'?
  • In 'The Archers' what is the name of the church in Ambridge?
  • In 'The Archers', at which farm do Phil and Jill Archer live?
  • In 'The Brittas Empire' what is Gordon manager of?
  • In 'The Brittas Empire' what is Gordon manager of?
  • In 'The Colbys' what is Sable short for?
  • In 'The Darling Buds of May' who did Charley work for?
  • In 'The Frost Report' John Cleese was upper class and Ronnie Barker middle class: who was working class?
  • In 'The Lone Ranger' what was the name of Tonto's horse?
  • In 'The Madness of King George' who played King George?
  • In 'The Naked Civil Servant' who did John Hurt portray?
  • In 'The Odyssey', into what did the witch Circe change the sailors?
  • In 'The Old Curiosity Shop' what is Little Nell's surname?
  • In 'The Old Curiosity Shop' what is Little Nell's surname?
  • In 'The Old Curiosity Shop' who is Samson Brass's sister?
  • In 'The Old Curiosity Shop' who is Samson Brass's sister?
  • In 'The Seven Year Itch' where does Monroe keep her underwear?
  • In 'Treasure Island', which sailor dreamed of toasted cheese?
  • In 'Two Little Boys', what did each boy have that was wooden?
  • In 'Upstairs, Downstairs' what was butler Hudson's first name?
  • In 1170, which Archbishop of Canterbury was murdered?
  • In 1775 who invented the tram drawn by two horses?
  • In 1803 what did the United States double?
  • In 1858 how many apparitions of the Virgin Mary did Bernadette Soubirous see at Lourdes?
  • In 1885, after being sentenced to death by hanging, how did John Lee survive three attempts by the hangman?
  • In 1907, who was the first woman to receive the Order of Merit?
  • In 1915, which British liner was sunk by a German submarine?
  • In 1919 which pianist was elected prime minister of Poland?
  • In 1920, which was the first country to legalise abortion?
  • In 1925 at Windsor, bookmakers went on strike. Against what?
  • In 1930, which country did Amy Johnson fly to from England?
  • In 1937 which woman flyer vanished without trace over the Pacific?
  • In 1940 which classic Disney cartoon was made?
  • In 1954 'Oh Mein Papa' and 'Oh! My Pa Pa' were recorded by different men with the same christian name, what is it?
  • In 1955, what was used for the first time in a Wembley international?
  • In 1957 Althea Gibson was the first black woman to win which tennis tournament?
  • In 1963 which Fab Four were all four panellists on 'Juke Box Jury'?
  • In 1969 Tony Jacklin was US Open Champion in which sport?
  • In 1970 Margaret Court won four major tournaments in which sport?
  • In 1971 what was England's first commercially sponsored tournament?
  • In 1971 who won the US Open, the Canadian Open and the British Open?
  • In 1976 which cricketer Viv hit 291 runs in an innings against England?
  • In 1977 Baccara said 'Yes, Sir, I Can...' what?
  • In 1978-9 Hull Kingston Rovers were champions in which sport?
  • In 1979, Brighton Council decided to allow what type of beach?
  • In 1979, who sang about 'Walking On The Moon'?
  • In 1984 which American equalled Jesse Owens' four gold medals?
  • In 1984 who won gold in the Men's 800 metres and the 1500 metres?
  • In 1985, which media tycoon bought 20th Century Fox?
  • In 1986 what record was set by Indian Test player Aggarwahl?
  • In 1987 what did the EC sell to the USSR for 6p per pound?
  • In 1988 Francois Mitterrand was re-elected president of which country?
  • In 1989, which electronic giant bought Columbia Pictures?
  • In 1993 what was Snoop Doggy Dogg arrested for?
  • In 1993 which film star bought himself a £12 million Gulfstream G-3 jet?
  • In 1994 which group had a No 1 with a record with the same name as themselves ?
  • In 1994 which rugby playing Gavin was made an OBE?
  • In 1994 which rugby playing Gavin was made an OBE?
  • In 1995 which political party leadership was contested by two Johns?
  • In 1995, Jack Russell took how many catches in a Test to create a new world record?
  • In 1995, which husband-seeking American ladies invaded England?
  • In 1996, where in London was an IRA bomb planted to end a ceasefire?
  • In a 1980 tragedy who or what was Alexander Keilland?
  • In a book, what is a frontispiece?
  • In a bullfight who kills the bull?
  • In a car what is the device called that secures electrical ignition?
  • In a fairy story a queen had to guess the name of a little man or lose her baby. What was his name?
  • In a pack of cards how many jacks' eyes can be seen?
  • In a Pink Floyd song who had the strange hobby of collecting clothes?
  • In a poem by Edward Lear, what was peculiar about the 'Pobble'?
  • In a political scandal, who said, 'Discretion is a polite word for hypocrisy'?
  • In a Shakespeare play who kills Desdemona?
  • In a standard cinefilm how many frames are shown each second?
  • In a standard modern symphony orchestra which two brass instruments would be on the back row?
  • In a tennis tie-break, what is the largest winning margin?
  • In addition to the 'Blue Peter' team, who took part in the 1971 safari?
  • In ads, what is Homepride's head chef called?
  • In ads, what was BT's bird called?
  • In ads, what were you using if your fingers did the walking?
  • In ads, which sign meant 'happy motoring'?
  • In ads, which sweets are 'made to make your mouth water'?
  • In ads, which toothpaste gave you a ring of confidence?
  • In ads, who is 'your flexible friend'?
  • In advertising, what were the 'too good to hurry mints'?
  • In adverts, which drink could be taken 'Anytime, any place anywhere'?
  • In air flight, what is the characteristic of aerodynes?
  • In America what is Airforce One?
  • In American football was does NFL stand for?
  • In American football was does NFL stand for?
  • In an English trial, how many people sit on the jury?
  • In an interview before the 1990 Brit Awards Thatcher named two of her favourite tunes. 'Telstar' was one, what was the other?
  • In Ancient Egypt what kind of bird is represented by Horus?
  • In April 1967, what famous first did Shirley Preston achieve in London?
  • In area, which is the world's largest desert?
  • In art, what is a pantograph used for?
  • In Arthurian legend, what is the Holy Grail?
  • In astronomy what are falling stars properly called?
  • In athletics, what are the four jumping events?
  • In Australia, what animal is a jumbuck?
  • In Australian Football where is the AFL Grand Final played?
  • In Australian football, how many players are there on a side?
  • In aviation VTOL stands for what type of take-off and landing?
  • In badminton, how many points win a single game?
  • In ballet what is a jetee?
  • In ballet what is a jetee?
  • In baseball, which team bats first?
  • In baseball, which team bats first?
  • In Berlin which avenue runs east from the Brandenburg Gate?
  • In betting, how much is a monkey?
  • In bluegrass music who is Flatt's partner?
  • In boxing at what weight do you fight if you weigh over 12 stone 7 pounds?
  • In boxing what do the letters TKO stand for?
  • In boxing which weight is between fly and feather?
  • In boxing, what does WBA stand for?
  • In boxing, who was known as the 'Ghost with the hammer in his hand'?
  • In bridge, what jargon word describes 'holding no trumps'?
  • In Britain in which season does the Earth move faster round the Sun?
  • In Britain which is the ultimate court of appeal?
  • In Britain, how many hundredweight make a ton?
  • In broadcasting what does CNN stand for?
  • In Canada, of which province is St John's the capital?
  • In canasta, how many playing cards are needed?
  • In cartoons, which song does Huckleberry Hound sing?
  • In cartoons, who 'kept on walking'?
  • In CB terminology, what is a water hole?
  • In chemistry, what is a substance which cannot be split into simpler substances?
  • In chess, how many squares can the king move at a time?
  • In chess, which piece always moves diagonally?
  • In China what was the colour of Chairman Mao's 'little book'?
  • In cinema, what does MGM stand for?
  • In comics, by what name is Bruce Wayne known?
  • In conservation, what do the letters FOE stand for?
  • In cookery, what is meant by coddling?
  • In cricket how many balls are there in an over?
  • In cricket how many runs is a Nelson?
  • In cricket, who is the fielder who patrols the boundary behind the slips?
  • In darts, what is the highest score from three different trebles?
  • In darts, what is the lowest score for three trebles?
  • In darts, what is the lowest score from three different trebles?
  • In darts, what is the maximum check-out score?
  • In darts, who won the World Masters five times between 1977 and 1984?
  • In digital communication terms what does MIME stand for?
  • In Disney's 'The Lion King' who is king at the end of the picture?
  • In dyeing, what name is given to the substance used to fix the colour?
  • In education, what does BA stand for?
  • In education, what does GCSE stand for?
  • In education, what does OU stand for?
  • In England, where is the National Water Sports Centre?
  • In feet how wide is a hockey goal?
  • In fiction who lived in the stables at Birtwick Hall?
  • In fiction, Michael Henchard became mayor of which town?
  • In fiction, what were Milly Molly Mandy's proper names?
  • In Fiji ethnic Fijians are outnumbered by which people?
  • In films how is Betty Joan Perske better known?
  • In films what do the letters PG stand for ?
  • In financial terms, what is the IMF?
  • In folk music how were Dave Guard, Nick Reynolds and Bob Shane better known?
  • In France what do the initials TGV mean?
  • In France what title was given to the eldest son of the king?
  • In geography what is a shoal?
  • In geography, what is a cataract?
  • In geography, which term means the joining of two rivers?
  • In geometry what type of line bisects a circle?
  • In geometry, how many degrees are there in a complete circle?
  • In geometry, how many minutes are there in a degree?
  • In geometry, what is meant by concentric?
  • In German fable who sold his soul to Mephistopheles?
  • In golf what is the term for two over par?
  • In golf what is the traditional name for the number ten iron?
  • In golf, which Sandy won the 1988 US Masters?
  • In golf, which Sandy won the 1988 US Masters?
  • In Greek legend, which prophetess was the foreteller of doom?
  • In Greek mythology what was the Sword of Damocles suspended by?
  • In Greek mythology which gift was given to Cassandra by Apollo?
  • In Greek mythology, what was Irene the goddess of?
  • In Greek mythology, who is the god of love?
  • In Greek tragedy, which king married his own mother?
  • In greyhound racing what colour does the first dog wear?
  • In heraldry what is meant by 'couchant'?
  • In heraldry, what colour is gules?
  • In Hinduism what is a mandir?
  • In his 1990 comeback which horse gave Lester Piggott his first winner?
  • In his baggy trousers, what name is rapper Stanley Burrell known as?
  • In how many films did James Dean appear?
  • In imperial measurement, how many yards are in a chain?
  • In Japan what name is given to ritual sacrifice?
  • In Judaism treifa foods are forbidden. Which foods are allowed?
  • In Judaism what is the first day of the week?
  • In judo which dan is the highest in the grading of black belts?
  • In July 1923 what freak weather conditions killed 23 people in Rostov, USSR?
  • In June 1980, which coin ceased to be legal tender?
  • In land area which is the world's largest continent?
  • In late 1995 the painting of which Royal caused controversy?
  • In Latin, what does 'Ave Marie' mean?
  • In LBW what does the B stand for?
  • In League, what is awarded for the BBC TV try of the season?
  • In legend, which bird rose from its own ashes?
  • In legend, which king turned everything he touched into gold?
  • In legend, who slew the gorgon Medusa?
  • In literature, how many Arabian Nights were there?
  • In London where is Poet's Corner?
  • In London, the Cambridge, the Lyric and the Adelphi are all what?
  • In London, which road runs from Charing Cross to Fleet Street?
  • In maths, what is meant by three dots in a triangular formation?
  • In medieval times, what was a mangonel used for?
  • In miles, approximately how far from the Earth do meteors usually burn out?
  • In modern times, how often have the Olympic Games been cancelled due to war?
  • In Morse Code what letter is represented by three dashes?
  • In motor racing, who became the 1992 champion world driver?
  • In motor racing, who became the 1992 champion world driver?
  • In music hall, who was the 'Prime Minister of Mirth'?
  • In music what key is a piece written in if it has five flats?
  • In music, a flat sign lowers a note but what sign raises a note?
  • In music, how many quavers equal a minim?
  • In music, name the horizontal lines around which notes are written?
  • In music, what is a note if it is neither sharp nor flat?
  • In music, what is meant by pianissimo?
  • In mythology what is Neptune the god of?
  • In mythology which riddle was solved by Oedipus?
  • In mythology who were the Amazons?
  • In mythology, in what form did Zeus visit Leda?
  • In mythology, Minerva was the goddess of what?
  • In mythology, of what were the pipes of Pan made?
  • In mythology, who was banished by his son Jupiter?
  • In needlework, which stitch may be described as 'petit point'?
  • In nursery rhyme, during which season did the Queen of Hearts make the tarts?
  • In nursery rhyme, what did Little Jack Horner pull out of a pie?
  • In nursery rhyme, where did Mary's little lamb follow her to?
  • In Oliver Twist's burgling expedition with Bill Sikes what sort of injury does Oliver receive?
  • In Oliver Twist's burgling expedition with Bill Sikes what sort of injury does Oliver receive?
  • In opera, whose tiny hand was frozen?
  • In our solar system which planet is farthest from the Sun?
  • In our solar system which planet takes the least time to orbit the sun?
  • In Paris what links the Arc de Triomphe and the Place de la Concorde?
  • In Parliament what was known as DORA?
  • In polite circles, which drink should be passed to the left?
  • In polite society, what does a man do on two legs, a woman sitting down and a dog on three legs?
  • In politics what is the opposite of a dove?
  • In politics, how many readings does a bill have in the House of Commons?
  • In politics, to whom does the expression 'Father of the House' refer?
  • In pop, who was King of the wild frontier?
  • In printing and editing what do the letters UC signify?
  • In proverb speech is silver but what is golden?
  • In proverb, there is 'many a slip 'twixt' what and what?
  • In QPR what does the letter R stand for?
  • In rhyming slang what are mince pies?
  • In rhyming slang what is a Joanna?
  • In rhyming slang what is a north and south?
  • In rhyming slang what is Barnet Fair?
  • In rhyming slang what is dog and bone?
  • In rhyming slang what is meant by dickory dock?
  • In rhyming slang what is meant by rabbit and pork?
  • In rhyming slang what is the Sweeney Todd?
  • In Roman mythology, who was the husband of Juno?
  • In Roman numerals what is MD + MD?
  • In Rugby Union, who is Australia's record try scorer?
  • In rugby, what name is given to a forward on either end of the front row of a scrum?
  • In sailing, what is a warp?
  • In scoring, what does c & b stand for?
  • In Scotland what is or was a tawse?
  • In Scotland what style of cloth was illegal from 1745 to 1782?
  • In Scotland, what are Eigg, Muck and Rhum?
  • In Shakespeare's 'Othello', who is the female lead?
  • In snooker what is the score for potting a black?
  • In snooker, how many points are scored by potting the yellow ball?
  • In snooker, how many points are scored for potting the green ball?
  • In snooker, what is the score from potting the pink?
  • In soccer, which country did Eusebio play for?
  • In song, what colour toothbrush was Max Bygraves?
  • In song, where do the deer and the antelope play?
  • In South America what kind of building is a hacienda?
  • In South America, what is a gaucho?
  • In Spain what is the word for an afternoon nap?
  • In Spanish, which word is used to address a young, or unmarried, lady?
  • In speedway racing, how many laps of the track does a race consist of?
  • In sport, who are The Blades?
  • In stroke play, what is the penalty for playing the wrong ball?
  • In tennis, what is a score of 40 all called?
  • In tennis, what name is given to a serve which cannot be returned?
  • In tennis, what name is given to the women's World Cup?
  • In terms of tonnes of cargo handled, which is Europe's busiest port?
  • In the 14th century what was the bubonic plague called in England?
  • In the 14th century, which two countries fought at Poitiers?
  • In the 1850s a Singer sewing machine became the first item to be sold under which trading terms?
  • In the 1915 song where did you 'Pack Up Your Troubles'?
  • In the 1950s whose quintet did John Coltrane play with?
  • In the 1960s series 'Compact', what was Compact?
  • In the 1960s which footballer was called 'The Fifth Beatle'?
  • In the 1960s who was known as 'The Wicked Pickett'?
  • In the 1986 season who was the youngest player to do over 2,000 runs?
  • In the 1990s, which Alec has opened and kept wicket for England?
  • In the ads, what does Lynda Bellingham use to make gravy?
  • In the Bible who goes after Mark and before John?
  • In the Bible, name the son who Abraham was asked to sacrifice?
  • In the Bible, what part of John the Baptist's anatomy did Salome demand as a reward for her dancing?
  • In the Bible, what was the name of the first garden?
  • In the Bible, where was the traveller going to in the parable of the Good Samaritan?
  • In the Bible, which book comes after Saint John?
  • In the Bible, which book follows Matthew?
  • In the Bible, which king had to decide which of two women was the mother of a child?
  • In the Bible, which king of Babylon saw his own death prophesied?
  • In the Bible, who led the children of Israel to the Promised Land?
  • In the Bible, who led the Israelites to the Battle of Jericho?
  • In the Bible, who was betrayed by Delilah?
  • In the Bible, who was famous for his wisdom?
  • In the board game Cluedo what is the name of the Reverend?
  • In the Book of Genesis, what did Esau get in return for his birthright?
  • In the book title, who did writer Laurie Lee have cider with?
  • In the books about Inspector Morse where does Lewis come from?
  • In the British army which rank comes between Lieutenant and Major?
  • In the broadcasting sector, what does ITN stand for?
  • In the children's party game, what is passed around and unwrapped?
  • In the classic comedy, Kenneth Horne and Richard Murdoch brought which village to radio?
  • In the comic strip who was Blondie's husband?
  • In the early 1700s who invented a seed drill?
  • In the early 19th century what did George Shillibeer bring to London?
  • In the Earth's crust which metal is the most abundant?
  • In the fable, what did the boy cry to trick the villagers?
  • In the film 'Carry On Columbus' who played the title role?
  • In the film 'Free Willy' what was Willy?
  • In the film 'The Day of the Jackal', who played the Jackal?
  • In the general theory of relativity what causes space-time to be modified?
  • In the human body, what has four chambers?
  • In the international Code of Signals what does 'Oscar' signify?
  • In the London theatre what is the longest-running play ever?
  • In the Middle East conflict what does PLO stand for?
  • In the military sector, what does TA stand for?
  • In the Nintendo game what is Mario's job?
  • In the nursery rhyme who was married on a Wednesday?
  • In the nursery rhyme, what birds were baked in a pie for a king?
  • In the nursery rhyme, what did Tom, Tom the piper's son steal?
  • In the nursery rhyme, who ran away with the spoon?
  • In the paso doble what is the female dancer supposed to be?
  • In the past, what was an Iron Horse?
  • In the past, which animal did doctors use to drain blood from the sick?
  • In the Paul McCartney/Stevie Wonder hit what went with ebony?
  • In the pirate song, how many men were on the dead man's chest?
  • In the plant world, what do the letters RHS stand for ?
  • In the political sector, what does MEP stand for?
  • In the pop song, who wore a 'crimson dress that clings so tight'?
  • In the rhyme, what is Friday's child?
  • In the rhyme, who killed Cock Robin?
  • In the Rocky Mountains what is the dry wind that is warm in winter and cool in summer?
  • In the Sikh religion what is kesh?
  • In the sitcom title how many Children did Bill and Ben Porter have?
  • In the solar system which is the third planet from the sun?
  • In the song 'I Believe', what happens for every drop of rain that falls?
  • In the song title, what did Shirley Bassey ask her Honey Honey to do?
  • In the song, 'I danced with a man, who danced with a girl who danced with...' whom?
  • In the song, how many little girls were in the back seat a-kissin' and a-huggin' with Fred?
  • In the song, the House Of The Rising Sun is in which city?
  • In the song, what colour are Crystal Gale's brown eyes made?
  • In the song, what did my true love send to me on the seventh day of Christmas?
  • In the song, which official is waiting 'for me and my gal'?
  • In the song, who regrets she is unable to lunch today?
  • In the song, who stuck a feather in his hat called macaroni?
  • In the south of which country was Saigon?
  • In the story, how many men were in Jerome K. Jerome's boat?
  • In the strip cartoon, what is the name of Snoopy's brother?
  • In the toy world, who is Ken's girlfriend?
  • In the traditional song, in which city did Molly Malone sell cockles and mussels?
  • In the UK what is the maximum number of years between General Elections?
  • In the United States what item of clothing do they call suspenders?
  • In the United States what name was given to a seller of illegal alcohol?
  • In the USA what does the I stand for in CIA?
  • In the USA what is a greenback?
  • In the USA, which are the two main political parties?
  • In the Victorian age what did Mary Ann Cotton gain notoriety as?
  • In the war song 'Pack Up Your Troubles' what do you need to light a fag?
  • In the Wild West, for what was Annie Oakley famous?
  • In the world of computing what is a bug?
  • In the zodiac, which animal is linked with Capricorn?
  • In TV comedy, where did Uncle Martin come from?
  • In Union, which international team name was first used in 1924?
  • In Venice, what links the Ducal Palace with the state prison?
  • In westerns, what was the name of Gene Autry's horse?
  • In what area of fashion is Barbara Daly famous?
  • In what capacity was Mrs Susan Barrantes invited to the wedding of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson?
  • In what game do you peg, and score for pairs and fifteens?
  • In what kind of racing was Jim Clark world champion?
  • In what kind of theatre did Vesta Tilley become famous?
  • In what language was Fairport Convention's only English hit sung?
  • In what type of establishment was 'Are You Being Served?' set?
  • In what way does Sobers still hold a record with 365 runs?
  • In what year did boxing become a legal sport?
  • In what year did Francis Drake begin his voyage around the world?
  • In what year did Scotland first win at Parc des Princes?
  • In what year did Spain and Portugal join the EC?
  • In what year did Valentina Tereshkova become the first woman in space?
  • In what year was the first soccer World Cup broadcast on British TV in colour?
  • In which 'ology' were Freud and Jung active?
  • In which 'ology', founded in the early 1950s, is self awareness paramount?
  • In which 1954 battle did the Vietminh defeat the French and end their influence in Indochina?
  • In which 1970s series had 95% of the world's population been wiped out by a killer virus?
  • In which 1980s/1990s series did Robin of Islington and Little Ron appear?
  • In which African country is El Alamein, scene of a World War II battle?
  • In which African country is the city of Bulawayo?
  • In which African country is the city of Ibadan?
  • In which African country is Timbuktu?
  • In which Alpine range is the Swiss mountain, Jungfrau?
  • In which American novel is there a character called Little Eva?
  • In which animals would you find compound eyes?
  • In which area of Paris is the Basilica of Sacre Coeur?
  • In which art did John and Ethel Barrymore achieve fame?
  • In which art did Sir Henry Irving become famous?
  • In which art has Barbara Hepworth become famous?
  • In which art has Beryl Grey achieved fame?
  • In which Arthur Miller play do you meet Willy Loman?
  • In which Arthur Miller play do you meet Willy Loman?
  • In which Austen novel do we meet Catherine Morland?
  • In which Australian city is 'Neighbours' set?
  • In which battle did Rome defeat the forces of Antony and Cleopatra?
  • In which battle were the British commander, Wolfe, and the French commander, Montcalm, both killed?
  • In which Bay was there a failed attempt by exiled Cubans to invade Cuba?
  • In which blues band did both Mick Jagger and Charlie Watts perform?
  • In which book did John le Carre's George Smiley first appear?
  • In which book does Emma Harte first appear?
  • In which Book of the Bible is found the story of the birth of Moses?
  • In which book would you find Mrs Do-as-you-would-be-done-by?
  • In which branch of mathematics was Hipparchus a pioneer?
  • In which branch of the arts is the metronome used?
  • In which British city is the station Temple Meads?
  • In which capital city was Alexander Graham Bell born in 1847?
  • In which capital is the statue of a small boy, the Mannekin Pis?
  • In which capital is the Teatro Colon opera house?
  • In which capital was Gordon besieged for 10 months and then murdered?
  • In which card game can you stick and twist?
  • In which card game do you 'peg out'?
  • In which castle was Edward II murdered?
  • In which cathedral were the first Anglican women in Britain ordained?
  • In which century did Queen Victoria die?
  • In which century was 1658?
  • In which century was tea first brought to Europe?
  • In which century was the last outbreak of the Black Death in England?
  • In which children's TV show did Bungle, George and Zippy appear?
  • In which city did 'Burke's Law' take place?
  • In which city did Karl Marx write 'Das Kapital'?
  • In which city did Molly Malone wheel her wheelbarrow?
  • In which city did Monroe die?
  • In which city did Sonny Crockett investigate Vice?
  • In which city did Sonny Crockett investigate Vice?
  • In which city did the Barbican arts centre open?
  • In which city did the charity Oxfam originate?
  • In which city did the hamburger originate?
  • In which city does Judge Dredd work?
  • In which city does Mr Earnshaw first find Heathcliff?
  • In which city in 1916 was the Easter Rising?
  • In which city is 'Taggart' set?
  • In which city is almost half of the population of Illinois to be found?
  • In which city is almost half of the population of Illinois to be found?
  • In which city is Charles de Gaulle airport?
  • In which city is Hampden Park Stadium?
  • In which city is La Guardia airport?
  • In which city is La Guardia airport?
  • In which city is La Scala opera house?
  • In which city is Lime St Station?
  • In which city is Orly airport?
  • In which city is Rastrelli's Winter Palace?
  • In which city is Sacre Coeur?
  • In which city is Sauchiehall Street?
  • In which city is the British National Lifeboat Museum?
  • In which city is the Doge's Palace?
  • In which city is the ground Old Trafford?
  • In which city is the Maze Prison?
  • In which city is the Obelisk of Luxor?
  • In which city is The Oval cricket ground?
  • In which city is the University of East Anglia?
  • In which city is the Vatican City?
  • In which city is the Whitney art gallery?
  • In which city is Whip-ma-Whop-ma Gate?
  • In which city was 'The Prince and the Showgirl' made?
  • In which city was General Gordon put to death?
  • In which city was the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest held?
  • In which city was the first boy scout troop registered?
  • In which city was the first underground railway?
  • In which city was there formerly a parliament building called the Reichstag?
  • In which city were Kenny Ball and his jazzmen at midnight?
  • In which city were the Winter Olympics held when Torvill and Dean won gold in 1984?
  • In which city would you find the Blue Mosque?
  • In which city would you find the house of the painter Rubens?
  • In which constellation are the stars Bellatrix and Betelgeuse?
  • In which continent did the monkey-puzzle tree originate?
  • In which continent is Slovenia?
  • In which continent is the CFA franc a widespread currency?
  • In which continent is the holiday destination of Ibiza?
  • In which continent is the world's longest river, the Nile?
  • In which country are Maoris the indigenous population?
  • In which country are the Angel Falls?
  • In which country are the Cameron Highlands?
  • In which country are the first-class sides United Bank and National Bank?
  • In which country are the political parties ANC and Inkatha?
  • In which country are the Terracotta Warriors found?
  • In which country are women excluded from any graveside rituals?
  • In which country did a cultural revolution take place during 1966-69?
  • In which country did Eddi Cochrane die?
  • In which country did judo develop?
  • In which country did polo originate?
  • In which country did Steve Biko die in detention ?
  • In which country did Steve Donoghue ride his first winner?
  • In which country did the bonsai technique develop?
  • In which country did the card game bridge originate?
  • In which country did the first Christmas stamp appear in 1898?
  • In which country did the first organised motor race take place?
  • In which country did the My Lai massacre take place?
  • In which country did the poets Keats and Shelley both die?
  • In which country did the study of geometry originate?
  • In which country did the Thuggee - from which we derive the word thug - operate?
  • In which country do first-class teams compete for the Plunkett Shield?
  • In which country do most Flemish speakers live?
  • In which country do Randwick play?
  • In which country do Sheffield Shield games take place?
  • In which country do the Monteneros guerrillas operate?
  • In which country does the Amazon rise?
  • In which country is 'The King and I' set?
  • In which country is Baden-Baden?
  • In which country is Buenos Aires?
  • In which country is Flushing Meadow tennis stadium?
  • In which country is Hampden Park Stadium?
  • In which country is Havana?
  • In which country is Newt Gingrich an eminent politician?
  • In which country is Penina golf course?
  • In which country is Puccini's 'Turandot' set?
  • In which country is Schiphol airport?
  • In which country is Shanghai?
  • In which country is the Algarve?
  • In which country is the beginning of 'The Thorn Birds' set?
  • In which country is the city of Jakarta?
  • In which country is the Corinth Canal?
  • In which country is the Costa del Sol?
  • In which country is the county of Tayside?
  • In which country is the Curragh racecourse?
  • In which country is the dong used as currency?
  • In which country is the Dordogne?
  • In which country is The Hague?
  • In which country is the holiday destination of Bali?
  • In which country is the Jasper National Park?
  • In which country is the Matterhorn?
  • In which country is the most thundery place on earth?
  • In which country is the multinational Nestle based?
  • In which country is the multinational Samsung based?
  • In which country is the Napa Valley?
  • In which country is the port of Alexandria?
  • In which country is the resort of Rimini?
  • In which country is the ruined city of Carthage?
  • In which country is the steepest street in the world?
  • In which country is the Table Mountain?
  • In which country is the volcanic mountain called Popocatapetl?
  • In which country is the volcano Popocatapetl?
  • In which country is the Yellow River, also known as Huang He?
  • In which country is Waterloo, site of the Napoleonic battlefield?
  • In which country is Zurich?
  • In which country south of the Equator were the 1956 Olympics held?
  • In which country was 'Eldorado' set?
  • In which country was 'Eldorado' set?
  • In which country was 'Release Me' singer Englebert Humperdinck born?
  • In which country was 'The Far Pavilions' set?
  • In which country was 'The Flame Trees of Thika' set?
  • In which country was Alexis Korner born?
  • In which country was Catherine the Great born?
  • In which country was Checkpoint Charlie located?
  • In which country was England batsman Paul Terry born ?
  • In which country was Greek composer Iannis Xenakis actually born?
  • In which country was greyhound racing's first regular track?
  • In which country was Hitler born?
  • In which country was Hitler born?
  • In which country was OPEC founded?
  • In which country was Princess Margaret born?
  • In which country was Rudyard Kipling born?
  • In which country was Shergar kidnapped?
  • In which country was Sid James born?
  • In which country was the 1985 Heysel Stadium soccer tragedy?
  • In which country was the 1985 Heysel Stadium soccer tragedy?
  • In which country was the 1992 European Championship staged?
  • In which country was the 1994 World Cup finals held?
  • In which country was the best seller 'Wild Swans' set?
  • In which country was the explorer HM Stanley born?
  • In which country was the first modern motorway created?
  • In which country was the first take-off by a manned helicopter in 1907?
  • In which country was the French painter Marc Chagall born?
  • In which country was the playwright Tom Stoppard born?
  • In which country were banknotes first used?
  • In which country were cultured pearls first obtained?
  • In which country were fireworks invented?
  • In which country were the 1990 World Cup finals held?
  • In which country were the AVF the security police?
  • In which country were the first modern Olympics held in 1896?
  • In which country were the rules for modern ice hockey formulated?
  • In which country were the rules for modern ice hockey formulated?
  • In which country were there originally mandarins?
  • In which country were turkeys first found?
  • In which country would you be if you were visiting the Taj Mahal?
  • In which country would you find polders?
  • In which country would you find the Laurentian Mountains?
  • In which country would you hear the language Afrikaans?
  • In which country would you see wild wombats?
  • In which county are all ten of England's highest peaks?
  • In which county are the Brecon Beacons?
  • In which county are the seaside resorts of Clacton and Southend?
  • In which county is 'Constable country', named after its famous son?
  • In which county is England's largest forest?
  • In which county is Hadrian's Wall?
  • In which county is Lake Windermere?
  • In which county is Land's End?
  • In which county is Penzance?
  • In which county is Romney Marsh?
  • In which county is Stansted airport?
  • In which county is the English terminal of the Channel Tunnel?
  • In which county is the Peak District?
  • In which county is the Seikan tunnel?
  • In which county is there a village called Middle Wallop?
  • In which county is Windsor Castle?
  • In which county is Woburn Abbey?
  • In which county was Camberwick Green?
  • In which county was the first borstal in Britain?
  • In which decade did Disneyland open in California?
  • In which decade did India go metric?
  • In which decade did John Logie Baird invent television?
  • In which decade did Pablo Picasso die?
  • In which decade did the 'par avion' airmail stickers appear in Britain?
  • In which decade did the Falkland Islands first become a British colony?
  • In which decade was flogging abolished in Britain?
  • In which department was her first shadow ministerial job?
  • In which desert did Mark Thatcher go missing?
  • In which direction from Edinburgh do the Pentland Hills lie?
  • In which district are Hawes and Ullswater?
  • In which early radio soap was Mary worried about Jim?
  • In which eastern country was 'The Jewel in the Crown' set?
  • In which eastern country was 'The Jewel in the Crown' set?
  • In which English city is the cathedral known as 'Paddy's Wigwam'?
  • In which English county are Taunton and Wells?
  • In which English county would you find the coastal resort of California?
  • In which Eugene Ionescu play do the characters turn into animals?
  • In which European country are the headquarters of UEFA?
  • In which European country is MalmÅ¡?
  • In which European country is Salzburg?
  • In which event did Tessa Sanderson win Olympic gold?
  • In which event did Tessa Sanderson win Olympic gold?
  • In which event was Jonathan Edwards world champion in 1995?
  • In which event was Jonathan Edwards world champion in 1995?
  • In which Far Eastern country was the Unification Church (Moonies) founded in 1954?
  • In which fictional county do The Archers live?
  • In which fictitious Hampshire town does Chief Inspector Wexford work?
  • In which film did Anthony Hopkins play the role of Hannibal Lecter?
  • In which film did Dietrich sing 'Falling In Love Again'?
  • In which film did Dustin Hoffman dress up as a woman to get a job as a soap star?
  • In which film did Elvis Presley play a double role?
  • In which film did John Travolta play Vincent Vega?
  • In which film did Robin Williams dress up as a Scottish nanny?
  • In which film did she co-star with Cary Grant and Ginger Rogers?
  • In which film did Sinatra co-star with Laurence Harvey, Janet Leigh and Angela Lansbury ?
  • In which film did Sinatra sing the song with the lines 'Have you heard, it's in the stars, next July we collide with Mars'?
  • In which film did Whoopi Golberg first get into the habit?
  • In which film do Abbott and Costello land on Venus?
  • In which film does Professor Higgins appear?
  • In which film is the Harry Lime theme?
  • In which film shot in Ireland did Australian Mel Gibson play a Scot?
  • In which film was Robin Williams the voice of the genie?
  • In which four countries are the Alps?
  • In which French city did Germany surrender in World War II?
  • In which galaxy is the Earth?
  • In which game did a group of National Service soldiers appear?
  • In which game do players have to guess a word from a drawing?
  • In which game do the players need glass balls?
  • In which game do you draw part of a gallows for every wrong answer?
  • In which game does the term 'cannon' occur?
  • In which Gilbert and Sullivan opera do fairies take over Parliament?
  • In which Gilbert and Sullivan opera is eating a sausage roll a secret sign?
  • In which group did Angus Young wear short trousers?
  • In which House was James Herriot's veterinary practice?
  • In which Ian Fleming novel did James Bond first appear?
  • In which Indian city did British troops open fire without warning on a crowd of 10,000 in 1919?
  • In which industry was Lord Nuffield a pioneer?
  • In which Italian city did Antonio Stradivari and Niccoli Amati make their violins?
  • In which Italian city were the 1960 Olympic Games held?
  • In which kind of building is there a transept?
  • In which Landing did some members of Dallas's Ewing family settle?
  • In which language did Aristophanes write his plays?
  • In which language does 1980s Irish winger Tony Galvin have a degree?
  • In which language was the New Testament originally written?
  • In which Libyan seaport did Australian forces endure a long siege in World War II?
  • In which Loch is there said to be a monster?
  • In which London borough are there the most blue plaques?
  • In which London borough was Cruft's first held?
  • In which London building is the Whispering Gallery?
  • In which London park would you find Birdcage Walk?
  • In which London street is Hamley's toy shop?
  • In which Metropolitan county are Trafford and Tameside?
  • In which month does the grouse shooting season start in Britain?
  • In which month each year is Battle of Britain week?
  • In which month in 1914 did the First World War begin?
  • In which month is Beaujolais Nouveau released for consumption?
  • In which month is Halloween?
  • In which month is Michaelmas Day?
  • In which month is Queen Elizabeth II's official birthday?
  • In which month is Remembrance Day?
  • In which month is Royal Ascot horse-racing season?
  • In which month is St David's Day?
  • In which month is St Patrick's Day?
  • In which month is the first day of spring?
  • In which month is the Le Mans 24 hour race held?
  • In which month is the longest day in Britain?
  • In which month is the shortest day?
  • In which month is the Spring Bank Holiday?
  • In which month is Twelfth Night?
  • In which month is Valentine's Day?
  • In which month of the year did King Canute die?
  • In which month of the year would you go to Munich for the beer festival?
  • In which mountain range would you find Mount Everest?
  • In which musical did he co-star with Gene Kelly?
  • In which musical do they sing about a 'Jellicle Ball'?
  • In which musical does 'You'll Never Walk Alone' appear?
  • In which musical does Fagin appear?
  • In which musical does the song 'Somewhere' appear?
  • In which musical is Maria von Trapp the heroine?
  • In which mythology does Yggdrasil feature?
  • In which National Park is Scafell Pike?
  • In which needlecraft is honeycomb stitch worked?
  • In which Northeast city was 'Auf Wiedersehen Pet' set?
  • In which northern city is the National Railway Museum?
  • In which novel does the character Major Major Major Major appear?
  • In which novel does the character Quebec Bagnet appear?
  • In which novel does the land of Glubbdubdrib appear?
  • In which ocean are the Azores?
  • In which ocean is Fiji?
  • In which Ocean is Greenland?
  • In which ocean is the Sargasso Sea?
  • In which of Dickens's novels does Sam Weller appear?
  • In which of Graham Greene's novels does Pinkie appear?
  • In which Olympic event would the competitor use ribbons and hoops?
  • In which opera does the heroine work in a cigarette factory?
  • In which palace was Winston Churchill born?
  • In which paper was John Lennon's remark that The Beatles were more popular than Jesus?
  • In which paper was John Lennon's remark that The Beatles were more popular than Jesus?
  • In which Parisian square is the Arc de Triomphe?
  • In which park is the Serpentine?
  • In which part of England was 'When the Boat Comes In' set?
  • In which part of Germany might you find a chocolate gateau with cream and cherries?
  • In which part of London did Chaplin spend his early life?
  • In which part of London was the first equestrian jumping competition?
  • In which part of the atmosphere is the ozone layer?
  • In which part of the body is pepsin produced?
  • In which part of the body is the cornea located?
  • In which part of the body is the patella?
  • In which part of the country was the Poldark series set?
  • In which part of town was Petula Clark in the 1960s?
  • In which Peking square were pro-democracy demos violently suppressed?
  • In which play does Miss Prism appear?
  • In which police drama was Stick a source of information on criminal activity?
  • In which port did Sir Francis Drake 'singe the King of Spain's beard'?
  • In which programme did a panel try to guess someone's occupation?
  • In which programme did Rab C. Nesbitt first appear on TV?
  • In which Puccini opera does Mimi appear?
  • In which radio show did Bluebottle and Eccles appear?
  • In which real state is the fictitious town of Knots Landing?
  • In which religion are Shiva and Vishnu major gods?
  • In which republic of the former USSR is Chernobyl?
  • In which resort was 'Fawlty Towers' set?
  • In which river was Jesus Christ baptized?
  • In which room would you be most likely to use the inventions of Kenneth Wood - known to his friends as Ken?
  • In which round was the Bruno v Tyson 1996 fight stopped?
  • In which Scandinavian country would you find fjords?
  • In which sci-fi series did Joanna Lumley and David McCallum star?
  • In which Sea is Cuba?
  • In which Sea is the island of Majorca?
  • In which secret agent spoof did Agent 99 appear?
  • In which series did a Flood become a Tipple?
  • In which series did cops Petrie and Isbecki appear?
  • In which series did Jean Darblay, then Kate Longton, appear?
  • In which series did Robson and Jerome star?
  • In which series did Robson and Jerome star?
  • In which series did scientist Dr Sam Beckett appear?
  • In which series did Steve Garrett say 'Book 'em Danno!'?
  • In which series did The Fonz appear?
  • In which series of films would you find Robin and The Joker?
  • In which series would you find the Fallen Madonna with the Big Boobies?
  • In which series would you find the Fallen Madonna with the Big Boobies?
  • In which series would you meet the Yellowcoats from Maplin's?
  • In which Shakespeare play do we meet two grave diggers?
  • In which Shakespeare play does a forest apparently move?
  • In which Shakespeare play is Shylock introduced?
  • In which shipyards were the 'Queen Mary' and 'QE2' built?
  • In which show for the under fives did The Muppets first appear?
  • In which show might you compete with Amazon, Rhino, Jet and Wolf?
  • In which show was there a feature called 'Double or Drop'?
  • In which show would you find 'The Argument Clinic' and the game show 'Blackmail'?
  • In which sitcom does grumpy Victor Melldrew appear?
  • In which soap do the Sugdens appear?
  • In which soap is there a pub called The Woolpack?
  • In which song by The Jam is there 'a row going on, down in Slough'?
  • In which song does the line 'Too Ra Loo Ra Loo Rye Aye' appear?
  • In which song intro did the singer talk to each group member before saying 'all right fellas, let's go!'?
  • In which source of power were Volta and Ampere pioneers?
  • In which speech did President Lincoln state that American government: was 'of the people, by the people, for the people'?
  • In which split-reel film did The Tramp first appear?
  • In which sport are Doggetts Coat and Badge awarded?
  • In which sport are stones and a broom used?
  • In which sport are the Triffus, Miller and Rudolf moves performed?
  • In which sport are there madisons and pursuits?
  • In which sport are there wild water, sprint and slalom events?
  • In which sport did Ben Hogan win the British championship?
  • In which sport did Neal Adams win Olympic medals?
  • In which sport do we talk about a half nelson?
  • In which sport do you use a chistera?
  • In which sport does the Harlequin Club compete?
  • In which sport does the scoring begin at 15?
  • In which sport is the Curtis Cup awarded?
  • In which sport is the Davis Cup played for?
  • In which sport is the Stanley Cup awarded?
  • In which sport is the Stanley Cup awarded?
  • In which sport is the Thomas Cup awarded?
  • In which sport is there a york round?
  • In which sport might you see a Chinaman and a Maiden?
  • In which sport was Freddie Mills a star during the decade?
  • In which sport was Len Hutton the first professional to captain an England team?
  • In which sport was Mike Brearley an England captain?
  • In which sport was Sir Donald Bradman famous?
  • In which sport would you have an Eskimo roll?
  • In which sporting event does the winning team move backwards?
  • In which stadium did England win the 1966 World Cup Final?
  • In which stadium was the final of the 1992 Olympic tournament held?
  • In which state is the Grand Canyon?
  • In which state is the Grand Canyon?
  • In which steeplechase did Devon Loch fall when victory was in sight?
  • In which street is 'Neighbours' set?
  • In which street is the Bank of England?
  • In which suburb was 'The Good Life' set?
  • In which suburban district of London was the 'Good Life' set?
  • In which Surrey town is Sandown racecourse?
  • In which Swiss mountain range is the Jungfrau?
  • In which team game did Britain's men win gold in Seoul in 1988?
  • In which team game do you try to move backwards all the time?
  • In which Tennessee Williams play do you meet Big Daddy?
  • In which Tennessee Williams play do you meet Big Daddy?
  • In which three Olympic sports do men and women compete together?
  • In which tournament does a player win a green jacket?
  • In which tower is Big Ben?
  • In which town and country is Britain's Royal Mint situated?
  • In which town did Jesus grow up?
  • In which town do the Flintstones live?
  • In which town in 1914 was an archduke assassinated?
  • In which town is Royal Birkdale golf course?
  • In which town is the shopping complex, the Metro Centre?
  • In which town was the first test tube baby born in 1978?
  • In which track event do you get wet even when it's not raining?
  • In which trade did a Butcher, a Cooper and a Mariner work together in 1970-80?
  • In which TV programme did Bruce Forsyth and Rosemarie Ford appear?
  • In which TV programme did Ian Botham and Bill Beaumont appear as team captains?
  • In which TV programme did the staff of Grace Brothers appear?
  • In which TV programme do Arthur Daley and Terry McCann appear?
  • In which TV programme do Patsy and Edina appear?
  • In which TV programme do Sharon, Tracey and Dorien appear?
  • In which TV programme does Hyacinth Bucket appear?
  • In which TV series did Janet Jackson have a starring role?
  • In which TV series did Marilyn have an Uncle Herman?
  • In which TV series did the village of Los Barcos feature?
  • In which TV series sequel did Bob marry Thelma?
  • In which TV series was a teacher nicknamed 'Privet'?
  • In which TV show did creatures cry 'Exterminate!'?
  • In which TV show did the 'Mr Puniverse' contest take part?
  • In which two cities would you find Cleopatra's Needles?
  • In which two countries does the Seistan sand wind blow?
  • In which two countries is curling most popular?
  • In which two countries is the Thar desert?
  • In which two places can you find porcupines in Europe?
  • In which university city was Inspector Morse based?
  • In which university city was Inspector Morse based?
  • In which unusual way does Yorick first appear on stage in 'Hamlet'?
  • In which US city is Grand Central Station?
  • In which US city is the Sears Tower?
  • In which US holiday state is Miami?
  • In which US state is Disney World?
  • In which US state is Orlando?
  • In which US state's capital is the headquarters of the Mormon Church?
  • In which village is 'Emmerdale' set?
  • In which village was Penelope Keith 'To the Manor Born'?
  • In which war did the Battle of Isandhlwana take place?
  • In which war was 'War and Peace' author Tolstoy on active service?
  • In which war was Operation Desert Storm?
  • In which war was the Battle of Jutland?
  • In which war was the Battle of Shiloh?
  • In which war was The Charge of the Light Brigade?
  • In which war was the Victoria Cross first awarded?
  • In which West Country city is the railway station St David's?
  • In which Wilkie Collins novel does the villain, Count Fosco, appear?
  • In which work do Nadir and Zurga appear?
  • In which World are underdeveloped countries said to be?
  • In which year did 'My Way' first hit the UK charts?
  • In which year did Britain go decimal?
  • In which year did Hitler come to power in Germany?
  • In which year did India gain independence from Britain?
  • In which year did Ireland join the EC?
  • In which year did Ivan Lendl win Wimbledon?
  • In which year did London's first airport open?
  • In which year did Mussolini seize power in Italy?
  • In which year did Nigel Mansell last race Formula 1 cars?
  • In which year did the 'Titanic' sink?
  • In which year did the British breathalyser law come into force?
  • In which year did the Japanese attack Pearl Harbor?
  • In which year did the M1 motorway open?
  • In which year did the space shuttle Challenger explode?
  • In which year did the ten-shilling note cease to be legal tender?
  • In which year did Wimbledon go open?
  • In which year did women gain the vote in Switzerland?
  • In which year this century did a seven-year revolution begin in Mexico?
  • In which year this century were there three kings of Britain?
  • In which year was Nelson Mandela sentenced to life imprisonment?
  • In which year was North Sea oil discovered?
  • In which year was the Berlin Wall built?
  • In which year was the Derby first run?
  • In which year was the European Economic Community established?
  • In which year was the Festival of Britain?
  • In which year was the first Wembley FA Cup Final to need a replay?
  • In which year was the Gunpowder Plot?
  • In which year were subtitles first included in the Queen's speech?
  • In which year were there four Eurovision winners tying for first place?
  • In which years did Red Rum win the Grand National?
  • In World War II on what were we 'going to hang out the washing'?
  • In World War II what was a McRobert's Reply?
  • In yachting, what is a metal mike?
  • In yards, how long was a rod, pole, or perch?
  • Including interval time, how long does a performance of Richard Wagner's 'Gotterdammerung' last?
  • Independiente are a leading club in which country?
  • Insects have one physiological function which prevents them from reaching any size bigger than a mouse. What is it?
  • Instead of Palin, who was originally to go round the world in 80 days?
  • Into how many international time zones is the world divided?
  • Ipswich is the administrative headquarters of which English county?
  • Is a fledgling a young or old bird?
  • Is an okapi animal or vegetable or mineral?
  • Is an own goal allowed for in the rules of hockey?
  • Is Australia in the northern or the southern hemisphere?
  • Is Belfast on the east or the west of the province?
  • Is Caernarvon Castle in the north or south of Wales?
  • Is California on the east or west coast of the USA?
  • Is Dundee on the east or west coast of Scotland?
  • Is it the male or female cuckoo that makes the 'cuck-oo' call?
  • Is it unlawful to kill a partridge on Christmass Day?
  • Is Japan in the northern or the southern hemisphere?
  • Is San Francisco on the east or west coast of the USA?
  • Is the Arctic Circle near the north or the south pole?
  • Is the corncrake a bird, mammal or reptile?
  • Is the South Pole at the Arctic or the Antarctic?
  • Is the South Pole in the Arctic or the Antarctic?
  • Is the suburb of Southgate in the north, south, east or west of London?
  • Is the wood of a coniferous tree hard or soft?
  • Is Torremolinos on the coast or inland?
  • It's a tail lamp in the USA, what's this part of the car called in the UK?
  • Italian dictator Benito Mussolini previously had which two jobs?
  • James I and Charles I were members of which royal dynasty?
  • Jane Wyman was the first wife of which famous American?
  • Jason Donovan closed his eyes and drew back what?
  • Jennyanydots was what kind of cat?
  • Jill Morrell conducted a campaign to free which Beirut hostage?
  • Joan Greengross was secretary to which fictional salesman?
  • Johanna Spyri created which little girl?
  • John Conteh became a champion in which sport?
  • John Ridd is the male lead in which book with a girl's name as its title?
  • Jonquil is a shade of which colour?
  • Jonquils are members of which family?
  • Jorn Utzon designed the Sydney Opera House as a result of what?
  • Joseph Levitch is better known as who?
  • Julius Caesar was murdered on the Ides of March. What date was this?
  • Justin Hayward and Denny Laine were members of which group?
  • JVC launched VHS format in 1976, but what does VHS stand for?
  • Kansas is the United States' chief producer of which grain?
  • Kansas is the United States' chief producer of which grain?
  • Kenneth I ruled which people in the 9th century?
  • Key West and Key Largo are off the coast of which state?
  • Key West and Key Largo are off the coast of which state?
  • kHz is an abbreviation for what?
  • Kitty Fisher was 18th-century London's most highly paid what?
  • Krypton, neon, radon, xenon and helium are known as what kind of gases?
  • Lack of iron in the diet may cause which disease?
  • Lady Helen, daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Kent, named her son after which famous explorer?
  • Leanach farmhouse can be seen on which moorland field of battle?
  • Leap-Frog, The Gallant Hussar and Ampleforth are all types of what?
  • Lech Walesa led strikers in which country?
  • Leeds Castle is in Kent. Where is Leeds?
  • Legendary footballer Billy Wright married one of which singing sisters?
  • Leibnitz's calculating machine was the first to perform which function?
  • Lester Piggott shares his birthday with which annual event?
  • Lillee and Thomson formed a deadly pace attack for which country?
  • Little Lord Fauntleroy's grandfather was the Earl of what?
  • Little Rock is the capital of which US state?
  • Little Rock is the capital of which US state?
  • London's Denmark Street acquired which nickname?
  • Louise Brown will always hold which famous first?
  • Lully was composer at the court of which king?
  • Madagascar is to the east of which continent?
  • Man has seven vertebrae in his neck. How many does a giraffe have?
  • Man Utd were the first team to score 9 in a Premier game. against whom?
  • Marble is formed by the metamorphosis of which rock?
  • Maria Maples is the wife of which famous property tycoon?
  • Mariah Carey was named after which song in 'Paint Your Wagon'?
  • Marlon Brando refused to accept his Oscar for 'The Godfather' because of the oppression of which people?
  • Marrakesh is in which country?
  • Martina Navratilova won most doubles trophies with which partner?
  • Members of Los Bravos were from Spain and from where else?
  • Merrill, Jay, Wayne, Jimmy and Donny made up which group?
  • Mike Hawthorne was the first Briton to win the World Champion in which sport?
  • Mike Walker and Martin O'Neill walked out on which chairman?
  • Monroe said 'I have been on a calendar but never ...' what?
  • Monte Carlo is in which principality?
  • Monte Marmolada is the highest peak of which mountain range?
  • Mother and son, Hilda and Rob Woodward, reached No 1 as what?
  • Mount Ararat is the traditional resting place of which ship or boat?
  • Mount Parnassus is in which country?
  • Mount Toubkal is the highest peak of which mountain range?
  • Moving anti-clockwise on a dartboard what is the number next to 4?
  • Musky Muskrat was the sidekick of which cartoon lawman?
  • My Boy, according to Millie, is called what?
  • Myosotis is more commonly known as which flower?
  • N is the symbol of which chemical element ?
  • N is the symbol of which chemical element ?
  • Name Europe's 1997 Ryder Cup captain?
  • Name Mary Quant's shop which revolutionised fashion in the 1960s?
  • Name the 1992 Tory party chairman who lost his Bath seat?
  • Name the art of making decorative lacework with knotted threads?
  • Name the beaten finalists in the 1994 World Cup final?
  • Name the consortium that runs the National Lottery?
  • Name the first railway hotels opened in London in September 1839?
  • Name the geological fault that runs the length of California?
  • Name the horse that pulled Steptoe and Son's rag-and-bone cart?
  • Name the New York baseball player who married Marilyn Monroe?
  • Name the teams in the Scottish League whose names end in United?
  • Name the three Musketeers?
  • Name the TV host who was expelled from Orpington secondary modern school?
  • Name the veteran golfer who won the 1995 US Masters tournament?
  • Nancy Spungeon was the girlfriend of which punk performer?
  • Nanninga was the first sub to score in a World Cup Final for whom?
  • NaOH is the chemical formula for what?
  • Nat Lofthouse was famous in which sport?
  • Near which French city is the Disney Theme Park?
  • Near which Kent port is the English opening of the Channel Tunnel?
  • Near which large city is the Wirral?
  • Near which large city would you find the Wirral?
  • Near which major landmark is the Boiling Pot?
  • Newcastle play at St James' Park but who plays at St James Park?
  • Nickelodeon was a name given to a juke box. What was it originally?
  • Normandy is part of which country?
  • Nossa Senhora da Aparecida is the patron saint of which country?
  • Nowadays, which is the largest British bird?
  • Nowadays, who might wear a wimple?
  • NUPE was the National Union of what?
  • Obstetrics is the study of what?
  • Of the Bronte sisters that survived to adulthood who was the eldest?
  • Of the Queen's children who was the heaviest at birth?
  • Of the Seven Wonders of the World, where was the Colossus?
  • Of what ancient empire was Persepolis the ceremonial centre?
  • Of what is a lux a unit?
  • Of what is semantics the study?
  • Of what is the bluebird a symbol?
  • Of which ancient empire was Nebuchadnezzar king?
  • Of which Australian state is Melbourne the capital?
  • Of which ballet is Prince Siegfried hero?
  • Of which country did Leonid Kravchuk become President in 1991?
  • Of which country is Ajax a famous football team?
  • Of which country is Asunci—n the capital city?
  • Of which country is Baffin Island a part?
  • Of which country is Caracas the capital?
  • Of which country is Freetown the capital?
  • Of which country is Juan Carlos king?
  • Of which country is Jutland a part?
  • Of which country is Ouagadougou the capital?
  • Of which country is the Easter lily a native?
  • Of which country is Tripoli the capital?
  • Of which country was Aldo Moro prime minister?
  • Of which country was Archbishop Makarios prime minister?
  • Of which country was Field-Marshall Smuts prime minister?
  • Of which country was Golda Meir prime minister?
  • Of which country was John George Diefenbaker prime minister?
  • Of which element is tritium an isotope?
  • Of which European country are Madeira and the Azores a part?
  • Of which family is the linsang a member?
  • Of which flower is ox-eye a type?
  • Of which island republic is Antananarivo the capital?
  • Of which opera is Floria Tosca the heroine?
  • Of which party were Bill Rodgers and Roy Jenkins founder members?
  • Of which school of painting was Claude Monet a leading exponent?
  • Of which trading association was Britain a member prior to joining the EEC?
  • Of which union was Ray Buckton once a leader?
  • Of which US state is Boston the capital?
  • Of which US state is Little Rock the capital?
  • Often known as mad cow disease, what do the initials BSE stand for?
  • Oh which Indian city appears in the title of a controversial show?
  • On a dart board, which number is bottom centre?
  • On a London Underground map, what colour is the Piccadilly line?
  • On a map, what are lines called that join places of equal height above sea level?
  • On a map, which places are joined by a contour?
  • On a ship or boat what is a painter?
  • On a ship what are the scuppers?
  • On a standard roulette wheel which numbers appear on the black?
  • On an American Monopoly board, what are B & O, Reading, Short Line and Pennsylvania?
  • On children's TV, if it's Friday and it's five o'clock what show was on ?
  • On crossing which river did Julius Caesar say, 'The die is cast'?
  • On how many stone tablets were the Ten Commandments engraved?
  • On stage, Nugent, Kramer and Pinera indulged in what kind of duels?
  • On the Chinese calendar which animal represents the year 2000?
  • On the London Underground, on which line is Knightsbridge station?
  • On the radio where are you sent with eight records of your choice?
  • On the radio, what did ITMA stand for?
  • On the road, what does a red circular sign with a white band across it mean?
  • On the Royal Variety Show John Lennon invited those in the cheaper seats to clap. What did he tell those in the more expensive seats to do?
  • On the Royal Variety Show John Lennon invited those in the cheaper seats to clap. What did he tell those in the more expensive seats to do?
  • On the shores of which lake does Toronto stand?
  • On the south of which continent are the Andes?
  • On TV how is Granny Smith better known?
  • On TV who or what was Fred Barker?
  • On TV, 'who was feared by the bad, loved by the good'?
  • On TV, Danny Kane is co-owner of which club?
  • On TV, is 'Brookside' a close, an avenue or a drive?
  • On TV, what are the names of Pauline Fowler's two sons?
  • On TV, what is the first name of Alf Roberts' wife?
  • On TV, what is the name of Mavis Wilton's husband?
  • On TV, what kind of creature was Flipper?
  • On TV, what type of shop did Des Barnes work in?
  • On TV, what's the name of Edina's daughter?
  • On TV, who played George Smiley in 'Smiley's People'?
  • On TV, who played Ryder, the narrator in 'Brideshead Revisited'?
  • On TV, who worked in 'The Rag Trade' and 'On The Buses'?
  • On TV, whose boss was Dr Gillespie?
  • On what calendar date is Burns Night?
  • On what date is American Independence Day?
  • On what date was Prince Charles married to Lady Diana Spencer?
  • On what day in 1939 did Britain declare war on Germany?
  • On what did Otto Hahn, Lise Meitner and Fritz Strassman work?
  • On what part of your body would you wear a homburg?
  • On what part of your body would you wear a muff?
  • On what part of your body would you wear a stole?
  • On what part of your body would you wear an espadrille?
  • On what type of farm are horses bred?
  • On what type of surface is the sport of curling played?
  • On what would you see Ogham writing?
  • On which bank of the Thames is the City of London?
  • On which British golf course is the hole called the 'postage stamp'?
  • On which Caribbean island did Princess Diana spend her first Christmas after the Queen announced she should divorce Prince Charles ?
  • On which Cell Block might there be a Prisoner in an Australian soap?
  • On which circuit is motor racing's Grand Prix d'Endurance run?
  • On which club show was the music provided by Shep's Banjo Boys?
  • On which coast of France are Cannes and St Tropez?
  • On which Common would you find the Wombles?
  • On which continent have the Leakey family made discoveries about man's evolution?
  • On which continent is the Amazon river?
  • On which continent is the Kalahari desert?
  • On which continent is the Kariba Dam?
  • On which country did the United States declare war in 1898?
  • On which country's stamps would you find the words Magyar Posta?
  • On which course in Australia is the Melbourne Cup run?
  • On which course is the Derby run?
  • On which date does International Labour Day fall?
  • On which day are British elections held?
  • On which day does the Church celebrate Jesus entering Jerusalem?
  • On which day in 1066 was William the Conqueror crowned king of England?
  • On which day is Canada's Dominion Day or Canada Day celebrated?
  • On which day of the week do the Spanish usually play football?
  • On which day of the week does the Queen distribute Maundy Money?
  • On which day of the week is the Budget usually presented?
  • On which day of the week were John Player League games played?
  • On which day of the year did Chaplin die?
  • On which granite cliff are the faces of four presidents carved?
  • On which granite cliff are the faces of four presidents carved?
  • On which ground does France play its home rugby union matches?
  • On which horse did Princess Anne win her first flat race?
  • On which instrument is Handel's 'Harmonious Blacksmith' played?
  • On which island are most lemurs found?
  • On which island did King John set his seal to the Magna Carta?
  • On which island is Wall Street?
  • On which island was 'Bergerac' set?
  • On which island was 'Bergerac' set?
  • On which islands is the ceremony of Uphellya celebrated?
  • On which Isle is Osborne House?
  • On which label did Aretha Franklin record in the 1960s?
  • On which lake does Keswick stand?
  • On which long-running current affairs programme did the Princess of Wales give her first solo interview in 1995?
  • On which long-running current affairs programme did the Princess of Wales give her first solo interview in 1995?
  • On which night of the week was the show 'Wogan' first broadcast?
  • On which occasion did Elizabeth II make her last curtsey?
  • On which of Rolf Harris's chart hits did we first hear a didgeridoo?
  • On which peninsula is the city of Sevastopol situated?
  • On which programme did the Princess of Wales give her first solo TV interview?
  • On which railway was the first buffet car created in 1899?
  • On which river do Rochester, Chatham and Gillingham stand?
  • On which river does Balmoral stand?
  • On which river does Balmoral stand?
  • On which river does Moscow stand?
  • On which river does Stoke stand?
  • On which river does swan-upping take place?
  • On which river is the Kariba Dam?
  • On which river is the rocky cliff of the Lorelei located?
  • On which sea is the Azerbaijani capital Baku?
  • On which show did Les Dawson say, 'The prizes are so bad, some people leave them in the foyer'?
  • On which show did they make their first national TV appearance?
  • On which show did they make their first national TV appearance?
  • On which show were The Beatles watched by 73 million in the US?
  • On which show were The Beatles watched by 73 million in the US?
  • On which side of the road do the Japanese drive?
  • On which special day in 1964 was 'Top of the Pops' first transmitted?
  • On which Street is the New York Stock Exchange?
  • On which street was there A Miracle in the Xmas movie with Richard Attenborough?
  • On which track at Pennsylvania Station did the Chattanonnga Choo Choo leave?
  • On which TV show did John Lennon read his own poetry?
  • On which TV show did John Lennon read his own poetry?
  • On which West Indian island is Sabina Park?
  • On which Yorkshire moor was a battle fought on July 2nd, 1644?
  • On whose novel was the film 'Lassie Come Home' based?
  • Ophelia appears in which Shakespeare play?
  • Oranjestad is the capital of Aruba but to whom does it belong?
  • Orthodontics involves what parts of the body?
  • Other than in Denmark where is the Danish krone used?
  • Other than in Egypt, where were pyramids built?
  • Other than in Scotland, where is there a capital called Edinburgh?
  • Other than the 'Odyssey', which work is Homer famed for?
  • Other than White Americans what is the largest racial group on Hawaii?
  • Other than White Americans what is the largest racial group on Hawaii?
  • Out of which continent were Meryl Streep and Robert Redford in 1985?
  • Outside which London building were traffic lights first installed?
  • Over 250 people died in an air crash at which Scottish border town?
  • Over how many days is an Olympic decathlon held?
  • Over what type of food did Edwina Currie resign a ministerial post?
  • Over which continent did the ozone hole form?
  • Over which country did the Ptolemies once rule?
  • Over which course is the Scottish Grand National run?
  • Over which course is the World Matchplay Championship played?
  • Over which flat racing course is the Welsh Derby run?
  • Over which mountains does the chinook blow?
  • Over which mountains does the pampero blow?
  • Over which ocean did Alcock and Brown fly in 1919?
  • Over which racecourse is the Ebor Handicap run?
  • Over which racecourse is the Greenham Stakes run?
  • Parr, smolt and grilse are all stages in the growth of what?
  • Parsley belongs to which family?
  • Part of whose life story is called 'The Path to Power'?
  • Pascal, Cobol and Basic are all types of what?
  • Paul Jones and Mike D'Abo both sang lead with which group?
  • Pb is the symbol of which chemical element?
  • People who are terdekaphobic are afraid of what?
  • Pepsi and Shirlie provided backing vocals for which superstar group?
  • Perth is the capital of which Australian state?
  • Peter and Edmund were the boys, but which girls visited Narnia?
  • Peters and who said 'Welcome Home' in 1973?
  • Philip Glass wrote an opera about which scientist?
  • Picardy is in the northeast of which country?
  • Pidgin English originally evolved for trade between Britain and where?
  • Pit Straight, Lesmo Bend and Roggia Bend are parts of what race track?
  • Polytetrafluoroethylene is usually known as what?
  • President 'Baby Doc' fled from which country?
  • Prince Charles is Duke of which county of Southwest England?
  • Prince George of Denmark was the husband of which English queen?
  • Princess Anne was the only female competitor at the Montreal Olympics not to be given which test?
  • Princess Caroline is a member of which royal family?
  • Professor Geoffrey Hoyt operates at which hospital?
  • Provence and Brittany are both parts of which country?
  • Purchase tax was abolished in 1973, but what replaced it?
  • Quite simply, what colour is Mick Hucknall's group?
  • Quite simply, what colour is Mick Hucknall's group?
  • Radioactivity is measured in which units?
  • Red, yellow and blue are what type of colour?
  • Reg Presley was said to be 'too suggestive' with which group?
  • REM stands for rapid movement of what?
  • Remains of what type of building are at Kelso and Jedburgh?
  • Riyadh is the capital of which country?
  • Robert Menzies was prime minister of which country?
  • Roberta Flack had a No 1 with a song about the First Time I Saw Your what?
  • Robin Cousins won an Olympic gold medal in which artistic sport?
  • Robin Smith is an international for which country?
  • Rocks are broken down by the elements by what gradual process?
  • Rodney Bewes, Derek Fowlds and Roy North have all been straight men to which character?
  • Rolf Harris was once Australian Junior Champion at what?
  • Ronald Wycherley is better known as who?
  • RoSPA is the Royal Society for the Prevention of what?
  • Rothesay is the chief town of which island?
  • Roy Jenkins was a founder of which political party?
  • Royal wedding rings are made from gold from which country?
  • RP is the standard form of English accent - what do the letters stand for?
  • Rudolf Hess was the last prisoner in which jail?
  • Rudolph, Ronald and O'Kelley were which singing Brothers?
  • Ruth and Bobbo Patchett appear in which Fay Weldon novel?
  • S is the symbol of which chemical element?
  • Sedan, arm and high are all types of what?
  • Segovia is associated with which musical instrument?
  • Shamanism is the dominant religion of which Arctic people?
  • Shintoism is the native religion of which country?
  • Sid Vicious was a member of which punk band?
  • Sir Christopher Wren was a professor in which scientific field?
  • Sir Leslie Porter is a former chairman of which supermarket group?
  • Sir Matt Busby retired as manager of which football club?
  • Six is the lowest of what type of number?
  • Smack and sampan are types of what?
  • Snooker's Eddie Charlton comes from which country?
  • Son of a famous father, who had his first winner at Kempton in 1978?
  • South Africa is the world's leading exporter of what?
  • Soyuz was the name of a Russian spacecraft, but what does the name mean?
  • Spell the Irish version of the drink the Scots call whisky ?
  • St Albans started and Bosworth finished which hostilities?
  • St John's is the capital of Antigua and Barbuda but on which island does it stand?
  • St Stephen's Day is better known as which day?
  • Starting at the centre, what are the five colours of an archery target?
  • Starting in March, in which month does the coarse fishing close season end in British rivers?
  • Stephan Grappelli is famous for playing which instrument?
  • Stokoe (Sunderland) and Revie (Leeds) were rival managers in the 1973 FA Cup Final. For which teams were they rivals as Cup Final players?
  • Sunderland lies at the mouth of which river?
  • Swedish Sylvia sang 'Y Viva' where?
  • Swiss architect Charles-Edouard Jeanneret is better known as who?
  • Terry Butler changed his group's name to Black Sabbath after reading a novel by which author?
  • The 'Silver Ghost' was what type of car?
  • The aardvark is a native of which continent?
  • The Acol system is used in which game?
  • The African and French marigolds are both natives of which country?
  • The Air Canada Silver Broom is won in which sport?
  • The America's Cup left home for the first time ever to go to where?
  • The America's Cup left home for the first time ever to go to where?
  • The Americans call it vaudeville, what is it called in Britain?
  • The Americans celebrate Thanksgiving in remembrance of what?
  • The ancient city of Troy is in which modern country?
  • The Arctic Ocean is not covered mainly by water but by what?
  • The Bay of Biscay lies to the north of which country?
  • The Benson & Hedges Cup in 1979 was the first trophy for which county?
  • The black swan is native to which country?
  • The blueberry or the whortleberry is also known as what?
  • The Boat Race course is situated between Putney and where?
  • The borders of Turkey make up most of the land around which sea?
  • The Brenner Pass links which two countries?
  • The British Military Academy is at Sandhurst, where is the American?
  • The Bronte sisters had a brother: what was his name?
  • The carnation is the national flower of which country?
  • The Channel Islands, Gibraltar and the Isle of Man use British currency but, economically, what else do they have in common?
  • The characters from which sit com appeared in a sequel called 'It Sticks out Half a Mile'?
  • The Charge of the Light Brigade took place during which battle?
  • The classic text about which sport was written by Izaak Walton in 1653?
  • The Daily Mail ran a campaign to get which South African athlete to receive a British passport?
  • The Daily Mail ran a campaign to get which South African athlete to receive a British passport?
  • The Diamond Sculls takes place at which sporting event?
  • The Digambaras and the Swetambaras are sects of which religion?
  • The discovery of what in 1848 led to the expansion of California?
  • The discovery of what in 1848 led to the expansion of California?
  • The Duchess of which street was part of a 1970s drama series?
  • The Duke of Wellington is on the back of which British banknote?
  • The Dutch royal family acquired its name from which French town?
  • The Earth weighs about 5882 million tons. What percentage of that is taken up by the oceans?
  • The Empire and Commonwealth Games were held in Canada in 1954. What are the games known as today?
  • The European Union came into being in 1993 after which treaty?
  • The existence of which civilisation was confirmed by Arthur Evans' excavations on Crete?
  • The fabled bird the griffin had the head of which real bird?
  • The failure to produce enough insulin leads to which medical condition?
  • The Fall and Rise of which Perrin was played by Leonard Rossiter?
  • The film 'The Rose' was loosely based on whose life?
  • The first Budweiser Bowl in the UK in 1986 was won by which team?
  • The first Budweiser Bowl in the UK in 1986 was won by which team?
  • The first motor car race was held to Bordeaux and back to where?
  • The first of what was appropriately called 'The Original'?
  • The Four Tops had only one British No 1 What was it?
  • The functioning of living organisms is the concern of which 'ologists'?
  • The German attack on which country caused Britain to enter the Second World War?
  • The Gobi Desert is in which continent?
  • The Greek for a 'circle of animals' gave its name to what?
  • The Haka is a dance performed by which rugby union team?
  • The Hambleton Cup, first run in 1612, is still run at which course?
  • The Heriot-Watt university is in which city?
  • The House of Commons consists of how many members?
  • The ibex is a member of which animal family?
  • The Importance of Being what is the name of an Oscar Wilde play?
  • The imprisonment of Nick Leeson followed the collapse of which bank?
  • The initials plc stand for what type of public company?
  • The initials TC stand for which cartoon character?
  • The inspiration for which children's book character died in April 1996?
  • The invasion of which country caused a boycott of the Moscow Olympics in 1980?
  • The invention of which sport is credited to Dr J. A. Naismith?
  • The invention of which sport is credited to Dr J. A. Naismith?
  • The island of Sicily is at the toe of which country?
  • The jay is a member of which family?
  • The Kalahari Desert lies chiefly in which country?
  • The Kentucky Derby is a horse race in which country?
  • The kingdom of Navarre was divided between which two countries?
  • The Lorelei rock is on which river?
  • The Lutine bell is in which London institution?
  • The magnitude of an earthquake is measured on what scale?
  • The marbimba is an African form of which instrument?
  • The minnow is the smallest member of which family?
  • The mother and son of which king of England were both beheaded?
  • The Motown label was nearly called Tammy after the song of the same name sung by whom?
  • The name of the capital of which country means 'good air'?
  • The name of which Scottish product means 'water of life'?
  • The name of which state has four letters, the first and last the same?
  • The name of which state has four letters, the first and last the same?
  • The name of which type of cloud is Latin for a lock of hair?
  • The name of which US president is Bill Clinton's middle name?
  • The name of which US president is Bill Clinton's middle name?
  • The names of British racehorses are limited to how many letters?
  • The names of which three African countries begin with the letter Z?
  • The NUM is the National Union of what?
  • The Nursery End, The Pavilion End and St John's Road are all linked with which ground?
  • The okapi is a relative of which animal?
  • The opening of the 1952 Olympics was in which Finnish city?
  • The Oval is the home of which county?
  • The Penny Black was the first adhesive stamp, how was the Penny Red a first?
  • The Philippines are in which Ocean?
  • The Pindus are the principal mountain range of which country?
  • The Plains of Abraham overlook which city?
  • The Princetown College rules drawn up in 1867 affect which sport?
  • The Princetown College rules drawn up in 1867 affect which sport?
  • The production of which fuel affected the Welsh landscape until its decline in recent years?
  • The quickest goal in a World Cup tournament was scored by Bryan Robson against which country in 1982?
  • The RAF motto is 'Per Ardua Ad Astra'. What does it mean?
  • The Return of what in 1983 was the sixth film in the 'Star Wars' series?
  • The Ribble is the chief river of which county?
  • The Richter scale is used to measure what?
  • The Rio Grande separates which two countries?
  • The River Ganges is a holy place for the followers of which religion?
  • The Sam Maguire Trophy is the major competition in which sport?
  • The scrapping of which benefit brought controversy in June 1971?
  • The Severn, the Trent and the Ouse are all what?
  • The Shadows first record went to No 1 - what was it?
  • The shipworm is not a worm. What is it?
  • The single 'Papa Don't Preach' came from which Madonna album?
  • The Solidarity movement began in which country?
  • The song starting, 'Starry, starry night' is about whom?
  • The south of which continent is closest to the Falkland Islands?
  • The Soviet secret police are known by their initials: what are they?
  • The Spanish Riding School is in which country?
  • The St Moritz Tobogganing Club stages which famous race?
  • The Star of Africa is what type of gem?
  • The state of the Vatican is in which city?
  • The Suez Canal connects the Red Sea with which other Sea?
  • The Tates and the Campbells appeared in which soap?
  • The teak is native to which continent?
  • The teal belongs to which family group?
  • The tears of which creatures are said to be a sign of insincere grief?
  • The term 'veteran' refers to cars made up to the end of which year?
  • The theme from which TV serial gave Juan Martin a Top Ten hit?
  • The Three Stars is the national ice-hockey team of which country?
  • The Trans-Siberian railway runs from Vladivostock to which Russian city?
  • The Tsar Kolokol is the biggest what in the world?
  • The twin towers of the World Trade Center are not the same height but what is the difference in storeys?
  • The UK's longest river rises in Wales. What is it called?
  • The USA government is nicknamed which relative?
  • The USSR annexed three Baltic states in 1940. Latvia and Lithuania were two: what was the third?
  • The village of Anatevka appears in which musical?
  • The word lupine relates to which animals?
  • Their first No 1 was 'The Sun Always Shines on TV'. Where were they from?
  • There are 78 cards in which type of pack?
  • They were known for imaginative cover designs, but what was the title of Led Zeppelin's third album?
  • This century, how many second sons have succeeded to the throne?
  • Thomas Arnold was headmaster of which public school?
  • Threshers and hammerheads are types of what?
  • Timperley Early and Cawood Castle are types of what?
  • Tinca tinca is the Latin name of which fish?
  • Titan is a moon of which planet?
  • To £5 either way, how much did a colour TV licence cost in 1974?
  • To 20 years each way, when was Hyde Park opened to the public?
  • To 5 per cent either way, what percentage of the adult male population in Britain smoked in 1947?
  • To a thousand either way, what is the speed of the Earth in mph in its orbit round the Sun?
  • To an Australian what is a wool-grower?
  • To one place of decimals, how many centimetres equal one inch?
  • To ten either way, how many Test wickets did Dennis Lillee take?
  • To what did Burma change its name in 1989?
  • To what does the adjective crepuscular refer?
  • To what kind of meeting was Mahatma Gandhi going when he was assassinated?
  • To what trade had highwayman Dick Turpin been apprenticed?
  • To what was Audrey Fforbes-Hamilton born?
  • To which Anglican movement did Newman, Pusey and Keble belong?
  • To which city did the Wooden Horse gain entrance?
  • To which city do the girls go to look for rich husbands?
  • To which composer is Bruckner's Symphony No 3 in D minor dedicated?
  • To which country does East Timor belong?
  • To which country does the island of Bermuda belong?
  • To which family does the chive belong?
  • To which family does the osier belong?
  • To which family does the umbrella tree belong?
  • To which family of flowers does the pimpernel belong?
  • To which group of birds does the capercaillie belong?
  • To which group of trees do blue gum and red gum belong ?
  • To which king in the Bible was Jezebel married?
  • To which order of reptiles do turtles and tortoises belong?
  • To which section of the orchestra does the tuba belong?
  • To whom did Dolly Parton beg 'Please don't take my man'?
  • To whom is the Dunmow Flitch awarded each year?
  • To whom is the Lance B. Todd Memorial Trophy awarded?
  • Tom Jones sang for which Bond film?
  • Tom Thumb, Tennis Ball and Winter Density are all types of what?
  • Tommy Docherty and Jock Stein have both managed which country?
  • Traditionally, what does a cooper make?
  • Trent Bridge is in which English city?
  • Trockenbeerenauslese come from which country?
  • Troglodytes lived in what particular type of dwelling?
  • Tsar Kolokol is the biggest what in the world?
  • Two famous Stanleys starred when Blackpool won the 1953 FA Cup Final. Mortensen was one. Who was the other?
  • Two Japanese cities were hit by atomic bombs in World War II. Hiroshima was one: what was the other?
  • U Got 2 Know where Cappella are from, do you?
  • U is the symbol of which chemical element?
  • Under Hitler, who was Nazi minister of propaganda?
  • Under what label does Giorgio Armani design clothes?
  • Under what name did Brenda Gail Webb become famous?
  • Under what name did Dino Crocetti achieve fame?
  • Under what name did Marion Walter Jacobs record?
  • Under what name did Nicholas Henty Dodd find fame as a DJ and TV personality?
  • Under what name did Samuel Clemens write?
  • Under what name did William White find fame on TV?
  • Under what name was Erich Weiss (1874-1926) better known?
  • Under which king was the Royal Observatory at Greenwich built?
  • Under which London landmark are buried a razor, cigars and a portrait of Queen Victoria?
  • Under which pseudonym does Harry Paterson also write?
  • Under which stretch of water would you be if you were on Le Shuttle?
  • Under whose presidency was racial discrimination made illegal?
  • Under whose presidency was racial discrimination made illegal?
  • Until the country's recent division, what was the capital of Yugoslavia?
  • Until which year were mules part of the British army?
  • Urdu is an important language in which two Asian countries?
  • Usually called by his last name, what was Steed's first name in the 'Avengers'?
  • Variola is more commonly called what?
  • Venetian blinds originated in which country?
  • Victor Barna was five times world champion in which sport?
  • Viscum album provides an excuse for stealing what?
  • Viv Richards and Ian Botham played together for which county?
  • Viv Richards and Ian Botham played together for which county?
  • W. C. T. Dobson is credited in the 1840s with sending the first what?
  • Wales has the highest density in the world of which farm animal?
  • Was 1994 a leap year?
  • Was Clement Attlee a Conservative or Labour politician?
  • Was David Gower a left- or right-handed batsman?
  • Wet, Wet, Wet come from which country?
  • What have these in common: Job, Judges and Habakkuk?
  • What kind of a race is a 'Bumper'?
  • What kind of dances are Hamilton House and Petronella?
  • What 'colour' is the Sea between Egypt and Saudi Arabia?
  • What 'first' happened at Wimbledon in 1937?
  • What according to Scott McKenzie did you wear in your hair in San Francisco?
  • What acid gives nettles their sting?
  • What animal is shown in the painting 'The Monarch Of The Glen'?
  • What animal lives in a drey?
  • What animal-linked name describes someone who always gets blamed?
  • What are a group of six States on the northeast coast known as collectively?
  • What are a group of six States on the northeast coast known as collectively?
  • What are Alan Knott's two middle names?
  • What are also known as 'The Decalogue'?
  • What are Aranxia Sanchez-Vicario's tennis-playing brothers' names?
  • What are beds of snooker tables traditionally made of?
  • What are bespoke clothes?
  • What are Bessarabia, Moldavia and a former part of the USSR now known as?
  • What are birds of a feather said to do?
  • What are brisling also called?
  • What are caused by changes in the level of the ocean floor?
  • What are Cheshire, Gouda and Gorgonzola?
  • What are China's famous 'warriors' made from?
  • What are crosses between bulldogs and terriers called?
  • What are Dagenham, Luton and Cowley famous for producing?
  • What are Dame Edna Everage's favourite flowers?
  • What are dried plums called?
  • What are drumlins?
  • What are edible sturgeon eggs called?
  • What are Fianna Fail and Fine Gael?
  • What are Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange and Mark Owen better known as?
  • What are Giles, Low and Trog known for?
  • What are goannas and anoles?
  • What are Grimes Graves and where are they?
  • What are Hank Marvin, Brian Bennett and Bruce Welch better known as?
  • What are Hickling, Barton, and Breydon Water?
  • What are his children called?
  • What are ink-caps, death caps and puffballs all types of?
  • What are Ireland's two official languages?
  • What are John Lennon's two sons called?
  • What are John Lennon's two sons called?
  • What are John, Paul, George and Ringo better known as?
  • What are Lakes Michigan, Superior, Huron, Erie and Ontario known as collectively?
  • What are lines joining places of equal atmospheric pressure called?
  • What are made by wainwrights?
  • What are Marc Bolan and Micky Finn better known as?
  • What are Marty Pellow, Graeme Clark, Tom Cunningham and Neil Mitchell better known as?
  • What are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints better known as?
  • What are members of the Society of Friends called?
  • What are members of the Unification Church better known as?
  • What are members of the Watchtower Movement better known as?
  • What are Micmac, Cree and Ojibwa?
  • What are Nip and Bullseye?
  • What are Nip and Bullseye?
  • What are optical fibres made from?
  • What are oviparous animals?
  • What are Paddy McCready, Elizabeth of Glamis and Dorothy Perkins?
  • What are paper measures called equal to 500 sheets?
  • What are pieces by Iannis Xenakis written with the aid of?
  • What are pigs' feet called?
  • What are pipistrelles?
  • What are Prince Andrew's three other first names?
  • What are Prince Edward's first names?
  • What are protective eyeglasses called?
  • What are Slieve Donard and Slieve Commedagh?
  • What are stag, rhinoceros and tiger other than animals in their own right?
  • What are Steadman triples, Plain Bob Caters and Gransire triples?
  • What are Sting, Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers better known as?
  • What are the 'Ring of Fire' and 'Alpine Belt'?
  • What are the Brecon Beacons?
  • What are the Cairngorms?
  • What are the chalk cliff headlands between Eastbourne and Seaford?
  • What are the Christian names of Australia's Waugh brothers?
  • What are the Christian names of the three tenors?
  • What are the Christian names of the three tenors?
  • What are the Christian names of the two brothers who formed Bros?
  • What are the colours of the All England Lawn Tennis Club?
  • What are the colours of the berries of the Mountain Ash?
  • What are the columns of the Giant's Causeway made from?
  • What are the counties of Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire collectively known as?
  • What are the Dardanelles and where are they?
  • What are the first names of father and son musicians Jarre?
  • What are the first names of Princess Diana's sisters and brother?
  • What are the five colours of the Olympic rings?
  • What are the five groups of vertebrates?
  • What are the four groups that make up the ape family?
  • What are the highest uplands in Ireland?
  • What are the Howard League concerned with?
  • What are the initials of 'Lady Chatterley' author Lawrence?
  • What are the initials of comic writer Wodehouse?
  • What are the initials of English writer Priestley?
  • What are the initials of Irish poet Yeats?
  • What are the initials of the poet Eliot?
  • What are the initials of thriller writer James?
  • What are the initials of Victorian writer Mr Gilbert?
  • What are the initials of writer Tolkien?
  • What are the international registration letters for Ireland?
  • What are the main two political parties in the United States?
  • What are the majority of the islands of Micronesia composed of?
  • What are the meetings of the EC heads of government called?
  • What are the names of all of Snow White's Seven Dwarfs?
  • What are the names of the Duchess of York's children?
  • What are the only words on Lieutenant Pigeon's first No 1?
  • What are the other three Christian names of Prince Charles?
  • What are the pointed pieces called on a ship's anchor?
  • What are the quartzite mountains in Connemara called?
  • What are the seven colours of the rainbow in their correct order?
  • What are the Seychelles' three official languages?
  • What are the tail fins of a whale called?
  • What are the three types of sword used in fencing?
  • What are the Tonga Islands otherwise known as?
  • What are the twin skyscrapers, 1,361 feet high, in New York called?
  • What are the two initials of Narnia creator Lewis?
  • What are the two main colours on the Vatican flag?
  • What are the two main flavours in a banoffee pie?
  • What are the two main ingredients of a Bloody Mary?
  • What are the two official languages of Finland?
  • What are the two types of camel?
  • What are there 46 of in a normal human body cell?
  • What are Trinity and Hilary?
  • What are Tugela and the Buyoma?
  • What are tulip, balloon and flute?
  • What are Tunbridge Wells, Windsor and Kensington & Chelsea?
  • What are woofers and tweeters?
  • What are workers and drones types of?
  • What are you doing if you are genuflecting?
  • What are you doing if you are swinging the lead?
  • What are you interested in if you study calligraphy?
  • What art form is a Japanese netsuke?
  • What became Glenn Miller's signature tune?
  • What bird did miners use to find out if there was gas in a pit?
  • What bird is linked to a score of nought?
  • What Blues ain't there no cure for, according to Eddie Cochran?
  • What boat is found on the canals of Venice?
  • What branch of Christianity still flourishes in Russia?
  • What breed of dog was Columbo's companion Fang?
  • What breed of dog was Greyfriars Bobby?
  • What breed of retriever takes its name from a North American bay?
  • What breed originated in the 1850s when a greyhound was mated with an Irish wolfhound?
  • What British public service ceased on June 12th, 1921?
  • What can be a bird or a North American Indian tribe?
  • What can be a box or part of the body?
  • What can be a group of fish or a place of education?
  • What can be a sleep or how fabric lies?
  • What can be an island, a sweater or a potato?
  • What can be HT, floribunda or a rambler?
  • What can be planes or sprays of water?
  • What can be seen from Earth only once every 76 years?
  • What can be the name of a hat and a member of a cricket team?
  • What can be upside down, ginger or Dundee?
  • What can cats do with their claws that dogs cannot do?
  • What can dogs do that wolves cannot?
  • What career did Marilyn Monroe embark on in 1946?
  • What cargo did the ship 'Cutty Sark' carry?
  • What caused Prince Albert's death in 1861?
  • What caused the fire in the 'Rovers' Return' in 1986?
  • What causes a blue moon?
  • What causes Down's syndrome?
  • What chicken dish is named after a battle of the Napoleonic Wars?
  • What city is the capital of Kuwait?
  • What collective name is used for items made from precious gems?
  • What colour are altostratus clouds?
  • What colour are Aylesbury ducks?
  • What colour are French post boxes?
  • What colour are gorse flowers?
  • What colour are Manchester United's home shirts?
  • What colour are the flowers of a periwinkle?
  • What colour are the flowers of St John's Wort?
  • What colour are the flowers of the hawthorn?
  • What colour are the flowers of the horse chestnut tree?
  • What colour are the spots on a plaice?
  • What colour are wild budgerigars?
  • What colour cap is worn by an English cricketer capped for his country?
  • What colour did all lupins used to be?
  • What colour do you get if you mix blue and yellow paint?
  • What colour do you get if you mix red and yellow paint?
  • What colour do you get if you mix red and yellow?
  • What colour features in the title of George Gershwin's Rhapsody?
  • What colour flowers does a jacaranda tree have?
  • What colour gloves does a snooker referee wear?
  • What colour is a chow chow's tongue?
  • What colour is a female blackbird?
  • What colour is a live lobster?
  • What colour is a peridot stone?
  • What colour is a sapphire?
  • What colour is a tufted duck?
  • What colour is angelica?
  • What colour is associated with an Oxford or Cambridge sports award?
  • What colour is ebony?
  • What colour is heliotrope?
  • What colour is jet setter Ivana Trump known for wearing?
  • What colour is muscovado sugar?
  • What colour is pure molten gold?
  • What colour is saffron?
  • What colour is the 'This Is Your Life' book
  • What colour is the Central Line on a London Underground map?
  • What colour is the cross of the Greek flag?
  • What colour is the District Line on a London Underground map?
  • What colour is the dye obtained from the plant woad?
  • What colour is the Eye in the 007 film?
  • What colour is the gem jet?
  • What colour is the Northern Line on a London Underground map?
  • What colour is the plumage on the head of a male mallard?
  • What colour is the ribbon of the Victoria Cross?
  • What colour is the rose Silver Jubilee?
  • What colour is the spot in the middle of the Japanese flag?
  • What colour is the wine Tokay?
  • What colour is vermilion?
  • What colour is worn for funerals in Egypt?
  • What colour jersey is worn by the leader in the Tour de France?
  • What colour medal did Sharron Davies win in Moscow?
  • What colour of ballet shoes did Hans Christian Andersen write about?
  • What colour pottery is Josiah Wedgwood noted for?
  • What colour was Chris de Burgh's Lady in, in 1986?
  • What colour was Chris de Burgh's Lady in, in 1986?
  • What colour was Rupert Bear's face in early books and annuals?
  • What colour was The Beatles' Submarine?
  • What colour was the Pimpernel in Baroness Orczy's novel?
  • What colour was the suit Diana Spencer wore in her engagement photograph in 1981?
  • What colour were the shirts of Mussolini's Italian Fascists?
  • What colours are on the flag of Argentina?
  • What common mineral is formed by the fossilisation of vegetation?
  • What component of CFCs causes destruction of ozone?
  • What country are Pere David's deer native to?
  • What covers 85% of Algeria?
  • What dance was Wizzard's baby doing in the title of a No 1 hit?
  • What daring raid was led by Guy Gibson?
  • What descriptive term is applied to Force 11 on the Beaufort scale?
  • What destroyed millions of British trees in October 1987?
  • What device enables computers to send data down a telephone line?
  • What device was originally used to explore the depths of an ocean?
  • What did 'A' stand for in the name of the 1960s series?
  • What did 1964 Marathon winner Abebe Bikila wear on his feet?
  • What did 19th-century French physician Rene Laennec develop?
  • What did Abuja replace as Nigeria's capital?
  • What did Al Capone have on his face that gave him his nickname?
  • What did Australian company Merino Wool Harvesting develop the prototype of in 1991?
  • What did Bejing used to be called?
  • What did Bo and Luke Duke call their car?
  • What did BOAC and BEA form on their merger?
  • What did Brian Connell have that no other newsreader had?
  • What did Brian Epstein manage before The Beatles?
  • What did Brian Epstein manage before The Beatles?
  • What did Chaplin win his Oscar for in 'Limelight'?
  • What did Charles Dawson 'discover' in the early 20th century that was proved a fake 40 years later?
  • What did Constantinople become known as in March 1930?
  • What did contestants have In Their Eyes in the impersonation show?
  • What did contestants have In Their Eyes in the impersonation show?
  • What did Crick, Watson and Wilkins determine the structure of?
  • What did Cyndi Lauper say Girls wanted to have more of?
  • What did Cyndi Lauper say Girls wanted to have more of?
  • What did Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen lose in a car accident?
  • What did Del Boy have written on the side of his car?
  • What did Dora Bryan want for Christmas in 1963?
  • What did Emil Jannings get over Chaplin in 1929?
  • What did George V ban in his household to encourage others to do the same, and help the war effort?
  • What did George V refer to as 'a mixed grill'?
  • What did German botanist Leonhard Fuchs give his name to?
  • What did Gloria Gaynor say she would do in 1979?
  • What did goalkeeper Gordon Banks reputedly put on his hands to improve his grip?
  • What did H stand for in the series M*A*S*H?
  • What did Harvey discover is pumped round the body?
  • What did he paint apart from 'Matchstalk Men'?
  • What did Ho Chi Minh City used to be called?
  • What did ICC stand for before 1965?
  • What did Iran used to be called?
  • What did Jennifer Rush sing about The Power of in 1985?
  • What did Jennifer Rush sing about The Power of in 1985?
  • What did John and Yoko appear on stage in at the Albert Hall in 1968?
  • What did John and Yoko appear on stage in at the Albert Hall in 1968?
  • What did John Dalton define as the smallest particle of substance?
  • What did John Logie Baird invent, first called 'seeing by wireless'?
  • What did Laoighis used to be called?
  • What did Leo Baekeland invent in 1909?
  • What did line judge Dorothy Brown do in a 1964 Wimbledon match?
  • What did Lister discover which stopped wounds becoming septic?
  • What did Lister use to improve the hygiene of surgical operations?
  • What did Little Polly Flinders spoil?
  • What did LNER stand for?
  • What did Lovejoy deal in?
  • What did Lucien B. Smith first patent in 1867?
  • What did Mahatma Gandhi train to become?
  • What did Margaret Thatcher threaten to withhold if the EC did not cut Britain's budget contribution in 1980?
  • What did Maureen Lipman, aka Beattie, encourage us to use in the TV advertising campaign?
  • What did Monroe pose on, on that notorious calendar?
  • What did New Delhi replace as the capital of British India in 1912?
  • What did New Zealanders suggest should be named after Jonah Lomu following the Rugby World Cup?
  • What did people do with Oxford bags?
  • What did Perry Como ask you to catch and put in your pocket?
  • What did Polly Flinders do?
  • What did Sandie Shaw bare in the Eurovision Song Contest?
  • What did Schindler draw up in the Spielberg film?
  • What did Siam change its name to?
  • What did Sir Alan Walters advise Thatcher on?
  • What did social reformer George Williams found in 1844?
  • What did Stephanie Rahn do in the 'Sun' in 1970 to find herself on TV?
  • What did Sunderland become in 1992 which Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham became in the 19th century?
  • What did the 'D' stand for in Franklin D. Roosevelt?
  • What did the 'S' stand for in Harry S. Truman?
  • What did the American Hamilton Smith invent in 1858?
  • What did the astronomer Clyde Tombaugh discover in 1930?
  • What did the BAFTA-winning films, 'Carmen', 'Babette's Feast' and 'Farewell My Concubine' have in common?
  • What did the baton replace for conducting an orchestra?
  • What did the cub Simba become in the 1994 Disney film?
  • What did the Ecology party change its name to in 1985?
  • What did the English National Ballet used to be called?
  • What did the European Court outlaw in February 1982?
  • What did the French engineer Georges Messier invent in 1924?
  • What did the Germans codename 'Operation Barbarossa'?
  • What did the Italian soldier Garibaldi give his name to?
  • What did the letters in 'TISWAS' stand for?
  • What did the M stand for in the name of writer Louisa M. Alcott ?
  • What did the Maastricht Treaty call each of the three areas of the EU?
  • What did the Mongolfier brothers fly in in 1783?
  • What did the navigator Amerigo Vespucci give his name to?
  • What did the New Seekers say they would like to teach the world to do?
  • What did the owner of the Humpty Dumpty store in Oklahoma invent?
  • What did The Pipkins say 'Gimme' in 1970?
  • What did the Polish oculist Dr L. Zamenhof invent?
  • What did the Queen agree to pay for the first time in 1992?
  • What did the Rochdale Pioneers pioneer?
  • What did The Searchers sing about along with Needles?
  • What did the Sinatras call their 96-foot yacht?
  • What did the sport, baggataway, become?
  • What did the Treaty of Paris set up in 1951?
  • What did the troupe, The Eight Lancashire Lads, do?
  • What did the US company Diablo invent for use on typewriters?
  • What did the US Post Office issue in 1993?
  • What did the US Post Office issue in 1993?
  • What did Thomas Blood try to steal in London in 1671?
  • What did Tic-Tac throw in the Bond movies?
  • What did Tolstoy write about together with War?
  • What did UXB stand for in 'Danger UXB'?
  • What did you Drop in the series about a newsroom?
  • What did you Drop in the series about a newsroom?
  • What did you Thank in the ITV Saturday evening pop show?
  • What do Americans call a pack of cards?
  • What do Americans call reindeer?
  • What do beavers build?
  • What do Bluebell, the Watercress, and the Severn Valley all have in common?
  • What do carnivorous animals live on?
  • What do Catholics call the string of beads they use when praying?
  • What do conifers have in their cones?
  • What do entomologists study?
  • What do entomophagous animals eat?
  • What do equestrian medallists Virginia Holgate and Virginia Leng have in common?
  • What do Hoba, Baruberito and Williamette have in common?
  • What do horse, snake and scorpion have in common?
  • What do ichthyologists study?
  • What do maiden, mother-of-all and footman have in common?
  • What do moles mainly feed on?
  • What do philatelists collect?
  • What do Roman Catholics call the state or place where souls are purified after death?
  • What do Romney Marsh, Suffolk, Clun and Forest have in common?
  • What do sprinters start from in a track race?
  • What do the black bars and white spaces of bar codes represent?
  • What do the French call the English Channel?
  • What do the French words au revoir mean ?
  • What do the initials COD mean?
  • What do the initials HGV stand for?
  • What do the initials MG stand for on a sports car?
  • What do the initials NASA stand for?
  • What do the initials OAU stand for?
  • What do the initials PGA stand for?
  • What do the initials RAM stand for in computing?
  • What do the initials RSC stand for?
  • What do the initials TB stand for?
  • What do the initials WO stand for as a rank in the army?
  • What do the letters AIDS stand for?
  • What do the letters in M*A*S*H actually stand for?
  • What do the letters NEC stand for?
  • What do the numbers add up to on the opposite sides of a dice?
  • What do the towns of Dun Laoghaire and Rosslare have in common?
  • What do volleyball players hit the ball with?
  • What do we call a group of bishops?
  • What do we call a group of larks?
  • What do we call a period of play in polo?
  • What do we call human-like robots?
  • What do we call the wafer of silicon that carries miniaturised circuits?
  • What do we call what the Germans call 'Strumpfhose'?
  • What do we call what the Italians call pesce?
  • What do we call what the Spaniards call an autopista?
  • What do you breed if you are a sericulturist?
  • What do you dislike if you are misocapnic?
  • What do you do in music when you play a piece 'con brio'?
  • What do you have at the bottom of a colander?
  • What do you hold up high when you walk through a storm?
  • What do you put into Gaelic coffee apart from coffee?
  • What do you ride on if you take part in three-day eventing?
  • What do you say to Dolly in the title of the show?
  • What do you suffer from if you have coryza?
  • What do your olfactory organs help you do?
  • What does 'cap-a-pie' mean?
  • What does 'Honi soit qui mal y pense' mean?
  • What does 'hors d'oeuvre' mean on a menu?
  • What does 'lager' literally mean in German?
  • What does 'laser' stand for?
  • What does 'm' stand for in Einstein's equation E=mc2?
  • What does 'meteorological' mean?
  • What does 'SWALK' stand for?
  • What does 'TSOP' stand for in the 1974 Three Degrees song?
  • What does 'Volkswagen' mean?
  • What does a barometer measure?
  • What does a chameleon change to camouflage itself?
  • What does a chandler make?
  • What does a costermonger sell?
  • What does a Frenchman mean when he says 'Quel dommage'?
  • What does a galactophagist like to drink?
  • What does a Geiger counter detect?
  • What does a Geiger Counter measure?
  • What does a haboob create?
  • What does a lexicographer write or make?
  • What does a manometer measure?
  • What does a misogynist hate?
  • What does a mordant do?
  • What does a pathologist study?
  • What does a psephologist study?
  • What does a reptile shed in the process of sloughing?
  • What does a road sign with a white capital letter R on a green background indicate?
  • What does a scorpion have at the end of its tail?
  • What does a speleologist study?
  • What does a syrinx help a bird to do?
  • What does a theodolite measure?
  • What does a viticulturist cultivate?
  • What does Alberto Tomba wear on his feet when he competes?
  • What does Alberto Tomba wear on his feet when he competes?
  • What does an American mean when he talks of a check in a restaurant?
  • What does an anemometer measure?
  • What does an aphyllous plant not have?
  • What does an Arab horse have less of than any other?
  • What does an arctophile collect?
  • What does an impala do when frightened?
  • What does an inventor tell Honey he has Shrunk in the 1989 movie?
  • What does an invertebrate animal not have?
  • What does an invertebrate not have?
  • What does an Isle of Man Manx cat not have?
  • What does an operetta have which an opera usually doesn't?
  • What does an operetta have which an opera usually doesn't?
  • What does BASIC stand for?
  • What does DC stand for in Washington DC?
  • What does DC stand for in Washington DC?
  • What does each star on the flag of the United States stand for?
  • What does ECU stand for in terms of European Monetary Union?
  • What does ELO stand for?
  • What does ENO stand for?
  • What does ERM stand for?
  • What does ET stand for in the 1982 film?
  • What does GATT stand for?
  • What does GMT stand for?
  • What does Hans Geiger's counter detect?
  • What does hydrogen combine with to form water?
  • What does hydrogen fuse into in the Sun's core?
  • What does it mean if the Union Jack is flown upside down from a ship?
  • What does karate mean, describing this kind of fighting?
  • What does Love do in the drama with Adam Faith and Zoe Wanamaker?
  • What does Love do in the drama with Adam Faith and Zoe Wanamaker?
  • What does Magnus Magnusson say he will do if he's started?
  • What does Norman Painting write and appear in?
  • What does PAYE stand for?
  • What does PYO stand for?
  • What does RAM stand for?
  • What does scotopic vision allow you to do?
  • What does SNP stand for?
  • What does Steve Backley throw?
  • What does Steve Backley throw?
  • What does Susan Hampshire suffer from?
  • What does Tenko mean in English?
  • What does the 'C' in TUC stand for?
  • What does the 'EastEnders' Deals On Wheels sell?
  • What does the 'M' stand for in Richard M. Nixon's name?
  • What does the 'U' in U-Boat stand for?
  • What does the abbreviation 'st' stand for?
  • What does the abbreviation Bt signify after a name?
  • What does the batsman score for a shot that sends the ball over the boundary without touching the ground?
  • What does the D stand for in Arnold D. Palmer?
  • What does the DIN number denote in photographic film?
  • What does the first C stand for in TCCB?
  • What does the French word pomme mean?
  • What does the French word vacances mean?
  • What does the initial T stand for in I. T. Botham's name?
  • What does the letter A stand for in Quango?
  • What does the musical term Vivace mean?
  • What does the name Genghis Khan mean?
  • What does the name Genghis Khan mean?
  • What does the prefix geo mean?
  • What does the reference book, Crockfords, list?
  • What does the ringing of eight bells mean on board a ship?
  • What does the scale named after Anders Celsius measure?
  • What does the sculptor Christo do to things?
  • What does the second E in the acronym ERNIE stand for?
  • What does the South African secretary bird kill and eat?
  • What does the whale shark feed on?
  • What does the word 'Bolshoi' mean?
  • What does the word 'economy' mean in the original Greek?
  • What does the word 'loch' mean?
  • What does the word 'Stalin' mean?
  • What does the word 'Stalin' mean?
  • What does the word hirsute mean?
  • What does TM stand for in the movement founded by the Maharishi?
  • What does TUC stand for?
  • What does VCR stand for?
  • What does VDU stand for?
  • What does VHF stand for?
  • What does WRAF stand for?
  • What dramatic event happened to Terry Kath of rock group Chicago at a party in 1978?
  • What drink does pear juice make?
  • What dye is named after a battle fought near Milan in 1859?
  • What Egyptian obelisk stands on the Thames Embankment?
  • What element gives amethyst its violet colour?
  • What famous first did Edward White achieve for America?
  • What famous first in TV advertising is held by Bird's Eye frozen peas?
  • What famous first was achieved by William Tayton?
  • What feature was dropped from 'The Great Egg Race' in 1981?
  • What fell in Coffeyville, Kansas, the size of a melon, in September 1970?
  • What first left Gare de l'Est in Paris on October 4th, 1883?
  • What flavour does the liqueur curacao have?
  • What flower is the emblem of the Labour Party?
  • What followed Ready, Steady in the title of the pop show?
  • What form of energy is produced by an electric motor?
  • What forms when a tornado runs over water?
  • What four words go after 'Do I love you, My oh my'?
  • What fraction of a mile is a furlong?
  • What fruit are you said to be if you are accompanying a courting couple?
  • What fruit do we get from a rose?
  • What game have Spassky, Fischer and Karpov played?
  • What game is played at St Andrews?
  • What game is played by the Detroit Pistons?
  • What game is played by the Detroit Pistons?
  • What gas is given off by pouring dilute sulphuric acid on to granulated zinc?
  • What gas propels the cork from a champagne bottle?
  • What general name is given to manatees and dugongs?
  • What gives red blood cells their colour?
  • What goes before 'mantle', 'slipper' and 'smock' in flower names?
  • What Goes By in the sit com with Jean and Lionel?
  • What Goes By in the sit com with Jean and Lionel?
  • What group of insects include German, American and common?
  • What had the T originally stood for in T Rex?
  • What hangs down from the roof of cave - a stalagmite or a stalactite?
  • What happened on March 2nd the following year?
  • What happened on screen for the first time in India in 1977?
  • What happened to the main character in Kafka's 'Metamorphosis'?
  • What happens in a vortex?
  • What happens when red litmus paper is put in an alkaline solution?
  • What has South Africa's Currie Cup been renamed?
  • What has subdivisions comprising 12, 52 and 365 units?
  • What has the body of a lion and the head of a human?
  • What have Thistle, Brent and Ninian in common?
  • What have you been doing if you finish by casting off?
  • What have you done if you have committed patricide?
  • What illness is caused by the Epstein-Barr virus?
  • What in France is 'Le Figaro'?
  • What initials are used to describe chronic fatigue syndrome?
  • What injury did Lord Raglan, after whom the Raglan sleeve is named, sustain in battle?
  • What instrument can be bass, electric or Spanish?
  • What instrument did Earl Hines play?
  • What instrument did Ian Paice play?
  • What instrument did Nat King Cole play?
  • What instrument does Iron Maiden founder Steve Harris play?
  • What instrument does James Galway play?
  • What instrument does Kenny Ball play?
  • What instrument is associated with Courtney Pyne?
  • What instrument is associated with Monty Sunshine?
  • What instrument is Larry Adler famed for?
  • What instrument would you use to measure the diameter of a cylinder?
  • What is 'black gold'?
  • What is 'The Bill's DI Burnside's first name?
  • What is 1 Cheval-Vapeur equivalent to?
  • What is a 'sorus'?
  • What is a 200th anniversary called?
  • What is a baby swan called?
  • What is a ban on international trade with a country called?
  • What is a basenji?
  • What is a batsman said to collect if he scores 0 twice in a match?
  • What is a binnacle?
  • What is a Blenheim Orange?
  • What is a buckie another name for?
  • What is a bunker known as in the United States?
  • What is a butterfly's proboscis?
  • What is a carillon?
  • What is a cassoulet?
  • What is a chameleon capable of changing?
  • What is a chinook?
  • What is a chuckwalla?
  • What is a Clydesdale?
  • What is a coley?
  • What is a common name for the asteroidea which have five arms?
  • What is a common vegetable and flower used by Mendel in his theories on genetics?
  • What is a copper's nark?
  • What is a country's GNP?
  • What is a coup d'etat?
  • What is a crapulous person full of?
  • What is a dactylogram?
  • What is a dik-dik?
  • What is a dogfish called when it is bought for food?
  • What is a fandango?
  • What is a female deer called?
  • What is a female sheep called?
  • What is a filbert?
  • What is a fly agaric?
  • What is a fox's tail called?
  • What is a geoduck?
  • What is a glen?
  • What is a golden hello?
  • What is a group of cats called?
  • What is a group of cats called?
  • What is a group of five performers called?
  • What is a group of hedgehogs called?
  • What is a group of producers acting together to fix prices called?
  • What is a group or flock of sparrows called?
  • What is a grown man's average normal pulse rate in beats per minute?
  • What is a hurricane called in the Pacific?
  • What is a lacuna?
  • What is a lift for food in a restaurant known as?
  • What is a looper caterpillar called in the United States?
  • What is a low, shallow basket used by gardeners called?
  • What is a male goose called?
  • What is a male rabbit called?
  • What is a male sheep called?
  • What is a male swan called?
  • What is a mazuka?
  • What is a Mexican 'black howler'?
  • What is a mirliton another name for?
  • What is a misanthrope?
  • What is a necropolis?
  • What is a novel by Herman Melville and an opera by Benjamin Britten?
  • What is a novel by Herman Melville and an opera by Benjamin Britten?
  • What is a palmiped?
  • What is a person who collects coins called?
  • What is a peruke?
  • What is a play with alternating musical pieces called?
  • What is a polyptych?
  • What is a pulsar?
  • What is a rentier?
  • What is a rising air current caused by heating from below called?
  • What is a runcible spoon?
  • What is a sabot?
  • What is a sand mason?
  • What is a saraband?
  • What is a segment of garlic called?
  • What is a Sinologist?
  • What is a smolt?
  • What is a solecism?
  • What is a stinkhorn?
  • What is a Tamworth a type of?
  • What is a tine?
  • What is a traditional Indian dress called?
  • What is a vent in the Earth's crust that spouts a fountain of boiling water?
  • What is a world sport, an American vegetable and a British soft drink?
  • What is a young badger called?
  • What is a young fox called?
  • What is a young goat called?
  • What is a young hare called?
  • What is a young horse called?
  • What is a young kangaroo called?
  • What is a young mare called?
  • What is a young pilchard called?
  • What is a young stallion called?
  • What is a young swan called?
  • What is A-Ha's home country?
  • What is Adams Ale?
  • What is added to the scores of the batsmen to make the total?
  • What is Africa's highest mountain?
  • What is agoraphobia a fear of?
  • What is Al Gore's wife called?
  • What is Al Gore's wife called?
  • What is Al Pacino's full first name?
  • What is Alec Gilroy's relationship to Vicky in 'Coronation Street'?
  • What is alopecia?
  • What is an area of water separated from the open sea by a coral reef?
  • What is an astrolabe?
  • What is an awl?
  • What is an encyclical?
  • What is an eponym?
  • What is an oblong bar of gold called?
  • What is an ungulate?
  • What is Andy Capp's wife called?
  • What is another name for a cavy?
  • What is another name for a Chinese gooseberry?
  • What is another name for an Alsatian dog?
  • What is another name for an Old English terrier?
  • What is another name for Lady's Fingers?
  • What is another name for mercury?
  • What is another name for snake poison?
  • What is another name for the common European sole?
  • What is another name for the creature the axolotl?
  • What is another name for the Northern Lights?
  • What is another name for the plant woodbine?
  • What is another name for the prairie wolf?
  • What is another name for the Republic of Ireland?
  • What is another name for the rowan tree?
  • What is another name for the Russian wolfhound?
  • What is another name for the wildebeeste?
  • What is another name for windsurfing?
  • What is another word for a sleepwalker?
  • What is another word for nacre?
  • What is arachnophobia the fear of?
  • What is arguably the most famous painting by Dutchman Frans Hals?
  • What is at the foot of the Royal Mile in Edinburgh?
  • What is Australian adventurer Mick Dundee's nickname?
  • What is Beethoven in the 1992 film?
  • What is Beethoven's 9th Symphony known as?
  • What is Belfast's university called?
  • What is Berwick Law?
  • What is Bill and Hillary Clinton's daughter called?
  • What is blennophobia?
  • What is Bob Willis's middle name?
  • What is Boy George's real name?
  • What is Brian Gamlin of Bury credited with devising?
  • What is brighter than a hundred million suns?
  • What is Britain's smallest bird?
  • What is BT's videotext information service called?
  • What is capital of Afghanistan?
  • What is Casper?
  • What is Cervantes' parody of chivalric literature called?
  • What is Clive Lloyd's middle name?
  • What is collateral kin?
  • What is controlled by a rheostat?
  • What is Cortaderia Selloana better known as?
  • What is David Frost's middle name?
  • What is Debussy's dreamlike music often called?
  • What is Del Boy's local?
  • What is Delft in Holland famous for?
  • What is Demis Roussos' home country?
  • What is Den's nickname in 'EastEnders'?
  • What is Diana Prince's other identity?
  • What is Dick Hern's real first name?
  • What is Doctor Who always called in the series?
  • What is Dolly Parton's theme park in Tennessee called?
  • What is dried in an oast house?
  • What is Dublin's most famous theatre called?
  • What is Dvorak's 9th Symphony, written in the US, often called?
  • What is Edward Woodward's only hit single?
  • What is England's smallest mainland county?
  • What is epistaxis, a common complaint, the medical term for?
  • What is Eric Clapton's middle name?
  • What is exactly 26 miles and 385 yards long?
  • What is Fata Morgana and where would you see it?
  • What is fear of rain called?
  • What is Fiona's job in 'Coronation Street'?
  • What is France's highest point?
  • What is Freddie Starr's real name?
  • What is General Sherman in the Sequoia National Park?
  • What is generally regarded as the last major battle on British soil?
  • What is Gilles Villeneuve's home country?
  • What is Goldfinger's first name?
  • What is graupel?
  • What is Griffith's film about the aftermath of the Civil War called?
  • What is H2SO4?
  • What is halitosis?
  • What is Hansen's Disease more commonly called?
  • What is held in a creel?
  • What is High Wycombe famous for manufacturing?
  • What is hippophobia a fear of?
  • What is Holland also known as?
  • What is Hyacinth Bucket's absentee son called?
  • What is hydrophobia the fear of?
  • What is ikebana?
  • What is it called when technology is adapted for developing countries?
  • What is it called when the length of day controls the start of flowering?
  • What is it that Americans call the sidewalk?
  • What is Japan's highest mountain?
  • What is John Denver's only solo UK single hit?
  • What is K2?
  • What is Kevin Webster's job in 'Coronation Street'?
  • What is L. Frank Baum's most famous story?
  • What is L. Frank Baum's most famous story?
  • What is Lee Trevino's nickname?
  • What is Leonardo da Vinci's 'La Gioconda' also known as?
  • What is Lesley Garrett's home county?
  • What is Lesley Garrett's home county?
  • What is Lindisfarne also known as?
  • What is Lough the Irish word for?
  • What is majolica?
  • What is manufactured from the sapodilla tree?
  • What is Marie Osmond's only solo hit?
  • What is meant by 'sotto voce'?
  • What is meant by the Italian phrase 'che sara sara'?
  • What is meant by the Latin phrase caveat emptor?
  • What is measured by a manometer?
  • What is measured by an interferometer?
  • What is Mia short for in Mia Farrow's name?
  • What is Muckle Flugga?
  • What is nephology?
  • What is New Zealand's inter-provincial championship called?
  • What is Nick's job in 'Heartbeat'?
  • What is Nick's job in 'Heartbeat'?
  • What is Norman Watts' nickname in 'Coronation Street' ?
  • What is nostology?
  • What is notable about the woman in Ingres' 'Valpineon Bather'?
  • What is odd about Chaplin's comments on his ex-wife, Lita Grey, in his autobiography?
  • What is olfactory organ better known as?
  • What is OPEC an acronym of?
  • What is or was a tin lizzie?
  • What is ornithology?
  • What is Ozzy Ozbourne's actual first name?
  • What is paint applied to in a fresco?
  • What is pathetic fallacy?
  • What is pertussis more commonly known as?
  • What is philosophy the study of?
  • What is pisciculture?
  • What is Prince Harry's proper first name?
  • What is Prince William's second name?
  • What is produced at Torness?
  • What is psychometry?
  • What is pulchritude?
  • What is Queensland's most northerly city?
  • What is Radio 4's morning news programme called?
  • What is Roget's word book known as?
  • What is ruled by the House of Grimaldi?
  • What is Rumpole's first name in the character created by John Mortimer?
  • What is Ryan O'Neal's actress daughter called?
  • What is Scotland's highest mountain?
  • What is Scotland's oldest club?
  • What is Sean Connery's real first name?
  • What is shepherd's purse?
  • What is Sinatra's middle name?
  • What is solid carbon dioxide commonly called?
  • What is something wrapped in if it is served 'en croute'?
  • What is sophistry?
  • What is South Africa's inter-provincial tournament called?
  • What is special about a guinea pig's tail?
  • What is special about a palmiped?
  • What is special about a swallow's tail?
  • What is special about the bones of most birds?
  • What is special about the words - rose, oven, send, ends?
  • What is St Ann's Shaldon Church famous for?
  • What is studied in the science of somatology?
  • What is Sweden's national flower?
  • What is taramasalata made from?
  • What is tattooed on Popeye's arm?
  • What is Terry Wogan's real first name?
  • What is the 'joke' which gives Haydn's String Quartet in E flat its name?
  • What is the administrative capital of South Africa?
  • What is the amateur's equivalent of the Ryder Cup?
  • What is the antirrhinum more commonly known as?
  • What is the aquatic larva of an amphibian more commonly called?
  • What is the area around Stoke-on-Trent known as?
  • What is the area of savanna in West Africa called?
  • What is the atomic number for magnesium?
  • What is the Aurora Australis also called?
  • What is the Australian name for a kind of long, narrow lake?
  • What is the background colour of motorway signs?
  • What is the Bass Rock famous as?
  • What is the belt of light variable winds near the equator called?
  • What is the best selling book of all time?
  • What is the biathlon a combination of?
  • What is the biggest tourist attraction in Zambia?
  • What is the binding medium in gouache technique?
  • What is the black leopard more commonly known as?
  • What is the body of a penguin covered with?
  • What is the boiling point of water on the Fahrenheit Scale?
  • What is the boiling point of water?
  • What is the botanical emblem of Australia?
  • What is the British city of Eboracum called today?
  • What is the British equivalent to the US trademark Plexiglas?
  • What is the buran?
  • What is the capital city of Hawaii?
  • What is the capital city of Malta?
  • What is the capital city of Northern Ireland?
  • What is the capital of Andorra?
  • What is the capital of Australia?
  • What is the capital of Bahrain?
  • What is the capital of Belgium?
  • What is the capital of Bolivia?
  • What is the capital of Denmark?
  • What is the capital of Ecuador?
  • What is the capital of Egypt?
  • What is the capital of Hong Kong?
  • What is the capital of Malawi?
  • What is the capital of Mongolia?
  • What is the capital of Norway?
  • What is the capital of Singapore?
  • What is the capital of Sweden?
  • What is the capital of Sweden?
  • What is the capital of the Isle of Man?
  • What is the capital of the largest country in Europe after Russia?
  • What is the capital of the Republic of Ireland?
  • What is the capital of the state of Victoria?
  • What is the capital of Venezuela?
  • What is the capital of Wales?
  • What is the Capital of Western Samoa?
  • What is the cathedral of the diocese of London?
  • What is the central administrative body of the Catholic Church?
  • What is the centre of a hurricane called?
  • What is the chancellor of the exchequer's official London address?
  • What is the Channel 4 Breakfast programme called?
  • What is the Channel 4 Breakfast programme called?
  • What is the chemical symbol for Tungsten?
  • What is the Cheshire seat of the Duke of Westminster?
  • What is the chief ingredient in the production of glass?
  • What is the chief member of a lifeboat crew called?
  • What is the chief official language of Israel?
  • What is the claw of a bird of prey called?
  • What is the coastline to the south of Brisbane called?
  • What is the coldest substance?
  • What is the collective name for a group of bears?
  • What is the collective name for a group of foxes?
  • What is the collective noun for a group of mules?
  • What is the collective noun for Geese?
  • What is the collective noun for several moles?
  • What is the collective noun for whales?
  • What is the collective noun to describe a number of nightingales?
  • What is the colour of lobsters' blood?
  • What is the colour of the bull on an archery target?
  • What is the colour of the home strip of both Everton and Chelsea?
  • What is the colour of the live wire in a three-pin plug?
  • What is the colour of the ribbon of the Victoria Cross?
  • What is the coloured part of the eye called?
  • What is the common name for all small birds of prey?
  • What is the common name for calcium carbonate?
  • What is the common name for solidified carbon dioxide?
  • What is the common name for the antirrhinum?
  • What is the common name for the complaint bursitis?
  • What is the common name for the craft known as serigraphy?
  • What is the common name for the disease called trismus?
  • What is the common name for the fish Hippoglossus hippoglossus?
  • What is the common name for the fruit Citrus grandis?
  • What is the common name for the illness pertussis?
  • What is the common name for the plant Impatiens?
  • What is the commonest bird in the British Isles?
  • What is the commonest element in the Earth's crust?
  • What is the continent around the South Pole called?
  • What is the cord high above the ground which acrobats perform on?
  • What is the correct name for laughing gas?
  • What is the county town of Fermanagh?
  • What is the county town of Shropshire?
  • What is the currency of Algeria?
  • What is the currency of Australia?
  • What is the currency of Austria?
  • What is the currency of Greece?
  • What is the currency of India?
  • What is the currency of Israel?
  • What is the currency of Italy?
  • What is the currency of Poland?
  • What is the currency of Russia?
  • What is the currency of South Africa?
  • What is the currency of South Africa?
  • What is the currency of Spain?
  • What is the currency of the British colony of Bermuda?
  • What is the currency of the Netherlands?
  • What is the currency of the Republic of Ireland?
  • What is the currency of Wales?
  • What is the date of Margaret Thatcher's birthday?
  • What is the deepest lake in the world?
  • What is the deliberate use of exaggeration for emphasis called?
  • What is the devil's coach horse?
  • What is the distance between two rails on a track called?
  • What is the distress word for ships and aircraft?
  • What is the domed recess at the east end of a church called?
  • What is the drink slivovitz made from?
  • What is the Duchess of York's nickname?
  • What is the Duke of Argyll's stately home called?
  • What is the earliest known unit of length?
  • What is the earliest US military award for service beyond the call of duty?
  • What is the eastern strait between the Isle of Wight and the English mainland called?
  • What is the English for what the French call an autoroute?
  • What is the English name for Firenze?
  • What is the English title of 'La gazza ladra' by Rossini?
  • What is the EU bank called?
  • What is the exact translation of 'potpourri'?
  • What is the fastest land animal?
  • What is the fastest living creature regularly raced for sport?
  • What is the feast of the Purification of the Virgin Mary?
  • What is the federal republic of Switzerland divided into?
  • What is the final round of 'Countdown' called?
  • What is the first letter on the bottom line of a keyboard?
  • What is the first month of the year to have exactly 31 days and follow a month of 31 days?
  • What is the first month of the year to have exactly 31 days?
  • What is the first name of actress and model Miss Hurley?
  • What is the first name of actress/model Miss Seymour?
  • What is the first name of actress/presenter Ms de Cadenet?
  • What is the first name of athlete Akabusi?
  • What is the first name of athlete Akabusi?
  • What is the first name of athlete Regis?
  • What is the first name of athlete Regis?
  • What is the first name of celebrity photographer Bailey?
  • What is the first name of comedian Dee?
  • What is the first name of designer St Laurent?
  • What is the first name of fashion designer Westwood?
  • What is the first name of gardener and presenter Titchmarsh?
  • What is the first name of gossip columnist Dempster?
  • What is the first name of John Major's wife?
  • What is the first name of kilt-wearing designer Gaultier?
  • What is the first name of Michael Caine's wife?
  • What is the first name of model Auermann?
  • What is the first name of Mr Sugden of 'Coronation Street'?
  • What is the first name of Mrs Bucket of 'Keeping Up Appearances'?
  • What is the first name of Nat King Cole's singing daughter?
  • What is the first name of novelist Miss Cookson?
  • What is the first name of Peter Scudamore's father?
  • What is the first name of physicist Hawking?
  • What is the first name of Polish film director Polanski?
  • What is the first name of pop artist Hockney?
  • What is the first name of sculptor Moore?
  • What is the first name of supermodel Evangelista?
  • What is the first name of the crown prince of Spain?
  • What is the first name of the novelist A. S. Byatt?
  • What is the first name of TV cook Carrier?
  • What is the first name of TV cook Dimbleby?
  • What is the first name of TV cook Grigson?
  • What is the first name of TV cook Harriott?
  • What is the first name of TV cook Harris?
  • What is the first name of TV cook Leith?
  • What is the first name of TV cook Mosimann?
  • What is the first name of TV cook Mott?
  • What is the first name of TV cook Stein?
  • What is the first name of TV cook Tovey?
  • What is the first word in the original TV theme song for 'Neighbours'?
  • What is the flavour of Grand Marnier?
  • What is the flavour of Tia Maria?
  • What is the fourth book of the Old Testament ?
  • What is the French equivalent of the Stock Exchange?
  • What is the French title of Baudelaire's 'The Flowers of Evil'?
  • What is the full name for DNA?
  • What is the full name of BBC Radio 5?
  • What is the full name of the capital of Colombia?
  • What is the full name of the Coltrane character in 'Cracker'?
  • What is the full name of the QE2?
  • What is the full name of the show often just referred to as Les Mis?
  • What is the function of scuppers on ships?
  • What is the function of the Islets of Langerhans?
  • What is the German term printed on labels of a high-quality wine?
  • What is the Great Smoo?
  • What is the green colouring matter in plants known as?
  • What is the Harmattan?
  • What is the heaviest element in the world?
  • What is the heavy rain of summer called in Asia ?
  • What is the high tower of a Muslim mosque called?
  • What is the highest large lake in the world?
  • What is the highest standard cloud formation called?
  • What is the home colour of Crystal Palace?
  • What is the home colour of Nottingham Forest?
  • What is the home of a beaver called?
  • What is the home of a beaver called?
  • What is the hot, dry North African wind which blows from the Sahara called?
  • What is the Icelandic parliament called?
  • What is the industrial area in and around Livingston nicknamed?
  • What is the influence of gravity on plants called?
  • What is the international team competition for men called?
  • What is the Irish punt divided into?
  • What is the Japanese share index called?
  • What is the Japanese word for goodbye?
  • What is the lace scarf worn over the head by Spanish women called?
  • What is the largest and heaviest satellite in the solar system?
  • What is the largest bay in the world?
  • What is the largest bird in the world?
  • What is the largest bulletin board system (BBS) in the world?
  • What is the largest city in the West Midlands?
  • What is the largest country in Africa?
  • What is the largest country of South America?
  • What is the largest living invertebrate?
  • What is the largest state of the USA?
  • What is the largest wild member of the dog family?
  • What is the last Book of the Bible?
  • What is the last month of the year to have exactly 30 days?
  • What is the last month of the year to have exactly 31 days?
  • What is the Latin name for the apple or fruit in general?
  • What is the least valuable piece on a chessboard?
  • What is the legal term for telling lies under oath?
  • What is the lightest weight in boxing?
  • What is the linden tree also called?
  • What is the link between the words act, flow, loin and shore?
  • What is the literal meaning of acropolis ?
  • What is the logo on a Blue Peter badge?
  • What is the longest bone in the human body?
  • What is the longest river in Russia?
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  • What is the longest snake in the world?
  • What is the longest word that appears in the film 'Mary Poppins'?
  • What is the longest-lasting, non-motorized sporting event in the world?
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  • What is the main ingredient in a brick?
  • What is the main language spoken in Chile?
  • What is the main language spoken in Mexico?
  • What is the main type of rock forming the North Downs?
  • What is the male equivalent of a ranee?
  • What is the male reproductive organ of a plant called?
  • What is the mammal homo sapiens better known as?
  • What is the Marquis of Bath's Wiltshire home called?
  • What is the Matterhorn?
  • What is the maximum number of clubs permitted in a golf bag?
  • What is the maximum score possible in a game of ten-pin bowling?
  • What is the mean of 40, 60 and 80?
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  • What is the minimum number of voices for performing a glee?
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  • What is the most abundant gas in the atmosphere?
  • What is the most common breed of guide dog?
  • What is the most common disease in the world?
  • What is the most densely populated country in the world?
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  • What is the most successful song written by Alex North and Hy Zaret?
  • What is the most westerly point of England?
  • What is the mountainous area around Snowdon called?
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  • What is the name for the home of an eagle?
  • What is the name for the study of rocks and the earth's crust?
  • What is the name given to the chief religious leader of a synagogue?
  • What is the name given to the female reproductive organ of a flower?
  • What is the name given to the lightning which clings to ships' masts?
  • What is the name given to the lowest layer of the atmosphere?
  • What is the name given to the practice of favouring your own relatives?
  • What is the name given to the study of the origins of the cosmos?
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  • What is the name of Bill Clinton's daughter?
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  • What is the name of Earl Spencer's former model wife?
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  • What is the name of Mick Jagger's daughter by his first wife, Bianca?
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  • What is the name of the fertile vale in Limerick?
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  • What is the name of the heroine of Jane Austen's novel 'Pride and Prejudice'?
  • What is the name of the hill where Jesus Christ was crucified?
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  • What is the name of the southern lights?
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  • What is the name of the system by which the president of the US is elected?
  • What is the name of the violent north-westerly wind that blows over the Adriatic?
  • What is the name of the Welsh Nationalist party?
  • What is the name of the world's largest flower?
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  • What is the name of TV cook Berry?
  • What is the name of TV cook Floyd?
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  • What is the national flower of Mexico?
  • What is the nationality of Agatha Christie's detective Poirot?
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  • What is the nationality of Sophia Loren?
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  • What is the nearest star to the solar system?
  • What is the nest of an eagle called?
  • What is the nickname of Haydn's Symphony No 101 in D major?
  • What is the nickname of the New Zealand rugby team?
  • What is the north-country name for crumpets?
  • What is the northernmost point of the British mainland?
  • What is the object of sumo wrestling?
  • What is the occupation of Adam Bede?
  • What is the occupation of Scotland's Rob Wainwright?
  • What is the official language of Iran?
  • What is the official residence of the French president?
  • What is the OFT?
  • What is the Okavango Swamp famous for?
  • What is the oldest known fossil bird?
  • What is the oldest university in the USA?
  • What is the only bird that can hover in the air and also fly backwards?
  • What is the only male creature to carry and hatch eggs?
  • What is the only working distillery in Northern Ireland?
  • What is the opposite of alkali?
  • What is the opposite of oriental?
  • What is the other name for the scapula?
  • What is the other name for the star Polaris?
  • What is the outer layer of skin called?
  • What is the Paris underground called?
  • What is the partner of Deimos?
  • What is the penalty for drug trafficking in Saudi Arabia?
  • What is the Pentateuch?
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  • What is the Princess of Wales' middle name?
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  • What is the profession of the Queen's cousin Lord Lichfield ?
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  • What is the Queen Mother's first name?
  • What is the Queen's favourite breed of dog?
  • What is the Queen's residence in Scotland called?
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  • What is the real name of 'Mr Motivator'?
  • What is the real name of John Le Carre?
  • What is the real name of Red Adair, the American fire-fighter?
  • What is the religious equivalent of opera without costumes and scenery?
  • What is the religious equivalent of opera without costumes and scenery?
  • What is the religious occupation of medieval detective Cadfael?
  • What is the Republic of Ireland's airline called?
  • What is the Royal Yacht called?
  • What is the scientific name for the lemon tree?
  • What is the scientific name for the windpipe?
  • What is the score in tennis when the tie break is introduced?
  • What is the second letter of the Greek alphabet?
  • What is the second month of the year to have exactly 30 days?
  • What is the second month of the year to have exactly 31 days?
  • What is the series about LA lifeguards called?
  • What is the series about LA lifeguards called?
  • What is the setting for Hemingway's 'The Old Man and the Sea'?
  • What is the setting for Hemingway's 'The Old Man and the Sea'?
  • What is the seventh commandment?
  • What is the shaft of a feather called?
  • What is the side away from the wind called on a ship?
  • What is the singular of scampi?
  • What is the singular of scampi?
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  • What is the smallest breed of dog?
  • What is the smallest breed of dog?
  • What is the smallest unit of time?
  • What is the Spanish chestnut also called?
  • What is the square root of 169?
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  • What is the stage name of Harry Webb?
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  • What is the state capital of Louisiana?
  • What is the stately home owned by the Spencer family in Northamptonshire called?
  • What is the status of competitors in the Walker Cup?
  • What is the study and functioning of human societies called?
  • What is the study of automated communication and control mechanisms in machines and humans called?
  • What is the study of birds' eggs called?
  • What is the study of family history called?
  • What is the study of fluids moving in pipes?
  • What is the subject matter covered by a Gibbons's catalogue?
  • What is the surface of the courts at Roland Garros in Paris?
  • What is the surname of Australian brothers Gregg and Ian?
  • What is the surname of celebrity sisters Joan and Jackie?
  • What is the surname of Dell Boy and Rodney of 'Only Fools and Horses'?
  • What is the surname of Designer of the Year, John?
  • What is the surname of eight-times married actress Zsa Zsa?
  • What is the surname of former Manchester United legend George?
  • What is the surname of romantic novelist Dame Barbara?
  • What is the surname of rugby players Tony and Rory?
  • What is the surname of the decidedly anti-social TV characters Wayne and Waynetta?
  • What is the surname of underwater film makers Hans and Lotte?
  • What is the symbol for the Gemini sign of the zodiac?
  • What is the Taj Mahal made from?
  • What is the term for a group of ducks?
  • What is the term for a group of monkeys?
  • What is the term for a group of partridges?
  • What is the term for a positive electrode?
  • What is the term for fear of enclosed spaces?
  • What is the term for the energy obtained from hot underground rocks?
  • What is the theme song for 'Absolutely Fabulous'?
  • What is the theme song in the cartoon 'The Snowman'?
  • What is the third book of the Old Testament?
  • What is the third letter of the Greek alphabet?
  • What is the thirteenth letter of the English alphabet?
  • What is the title of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's 'tale of terror'?
  • What is the top rank in the Royal Navy?
  • What is the top-selling single of all time and who sang it?
  • What is the traditional colour for a London taxi?
  • What is the traditional kick-off time for Saturday League games?
  • What is the traditional name for the number 3 wood in golf?
  • What is the trophy played for by first-class inter-state sides in India?
  • What is the umpire's signal for a no-ball?
  • What is the unit of currency in Iran?
  • What is the United States' largest oil concern?
  • What is the upper age limit for being an MP in the UK?
  • What is the upper age limit for contestants in 'The Crystal Maze'?
  • What is the US equivalent of the Financial Times Index?
  • What is the US military academy called?
  • What is the viral disease of rabbits?
  • What is the vitamin riboflavin?
  • What is the Wagner opera cycle which includes 'Siegfried' and 'Die Walkure'?
  • What is the Welsh name for Wales?
  • What is the wife of a marquis called?
  • What is the wife of an Earl called?
  • What is the women's equivalent of the Ryder Cup?
  • What is the word for a condiment container?
  • What is the word for a group of bees?
  • What is the word for a group of hounds?
  • What is the word for a group of porpoises?
  • What is the word for a group of squirrels?
  • What is the word that links 'Madam, I'm Adam' and 'Ma, I am'?
  • What is the world's fastest-moving insect?
  • What is the world's largest fish?
  • What is the world's largest sand island northeast of Brisbane?
  • What is the world's largest species of penguin called?
  • What is the world's most heavily funded art gallery?
  • What is the world's second highest mountain?
  • What is the world's tallest-growing grass?
  • What is the zodiac sign of Aquarius?
  • What is the zodiac sign of Pisces?
  • What is the zodiac sign of the Archer?
  • What is the zodiac sign of the Balance?
  • What is the zodiac sign of the Bull?
  • What is the zodiac sign of the Crab?
  • What is the zodiac sign of the Goat?
  • What is the zodiac sign of the Lion?
  • What is the zodiac sign of the Twins?
  • What is the zodiac sign of the Virgin?
  • What is traditionally easily available in Reno?
  • What is traditionally easily available in Reno?
  • What is TV's long-running hymn singing programme, begun in 1961?
  • What is unusual about a chameleon's eyes?
  • What is unusual about Mark Button's invention, the Koosh ball?
  • What is Wales' highest mountain?
  • What is your 60th wedding anniversary called?
  • What is Yvon Petra famous for being the last man to do?
  • What is zoophobia a fear of?
  • What job is done by a concierge?
  • What joins Earth and Wind in a group's name?
  • What kind of aircraft was the World War II Horsa?
  • What kind of animal features in the book 'Watership Down'?
  • What kind of animal is a chamois?
  • What kind of animal is a merino?
  • What kind of animal is a Persian Blue?
  • What kind of animal is a pipistrelle?
  • What kind of animal is a seashores?
  • What kind of animal is a Suffolk Punch?
  • What kind of animal was Mr Ed who was able to talk?
  • What kind of animal was Phillip Schofield's puppet pal Gordon?
  • What kind of clothing is a dolly varden?
  • What kind of coolant is used in a fast reactor?
  • What kind of creature is a flying fox?
  • What kind of creature is a natterjack?
  • What kind of creature was Lassie?
  • What kind of creature was Rikki-Tikki-Tavi?
  • What kind of dancer was Mr Bojangles?
  • What kind of doll was Cliff Richard's first No 1?
  • What kind of farm did George Orwell write about?
  • What kind of food is gazpacho?
  • What kind of gas was used in the trenches during World War I?
  • What kind of Life did Jerry and Marco's neighbours Tom and Barbara lead?
  • What kind of lights were first used in 1868 near Parliament Square?
  • What kind of material is cheesecloth?
  • What kind of plant is maidenhair?
  • What kind of Proposal did Robert Redford make concerning Demi Moore?
  • What kind of rays cause a suntan?
  • What kind of stone is marble?
  • What kind of tree is an osier?
  • What language did Jesus speak?
  • What Latin word is used to express the meaning 'word for word'?
  • What letter features on a snooker table?
  • What lies between Charlotte Square and St Andrew's Square?
  • What lies to the north of Algiers?
  • What life-threatening thing appeared in London for the last time in 1962?
  • What line comes after 'Her name was Lola'?
  • What line comes before 'I feel it in my toes'?
  • What line comes before 'Why, why, why, Delilah?'?
  • What line follows 'Is this the real life'?
  • What line goes before the line, 'In the windmills of you mind'?
  • What links the Pacific Ocean with the Caribbean?
  • What little animal did Nina and Frederick sing about?
  • What made up the Bouquet in the series with Susan Penhaligon?
  • What major TV event happened in 1955 on the night Grace Archer died on radio?
  • What marine mammals include belugas, blues and sperms?
  • What measure is used for sound or noise?
  • What measure of paper is 8 by 10 inches?
  • What meat appears in a Punch and Judy show?
  • What metal is used for the filament in a light bulb?
  • What metallic element is found in fool's gold?
  • What metallic element is mixed with tin to form the alloy bronze?
  • What might you Raise in the show with Bob Holness?
  • What might you see at Regent's Park, Chester and Whipsnade?
  • What musical word is an anagram of cart-horse?
  • What must an umpire raise to show that a player is out?
  • What must celebrities look through in the show with David Frost?
  • What must Every Second do in the show with Paul Daniels?
  • What must you Play Right in the show with Bruce Forsyth?
  • What name can be a lettuce or a mass of floating frozen water?
  • What name did Jack Nicklaus give to his own golf course in honour of his favourite British course?
  • What name goes after Bobby to name a footballer and before Heston to name an actor?
  • What name is adopted by Don Diego de la Vega?
  • What name is given in law to a person who makes a will?
  • What name is given to a baby elephant?
  • What name is given to a book in which a sea captain charts events on a voyage?
  • What name is given to a castrated cockerel?
  • What name is given to a computer screen which responds to touch?
  • What name is given to a cow that has not had a calf?
  • What name is given to a dry watercourse in a desert?
  • What name is given to a female donkey?
  • What name is given to a flock or gathering of crows?
  • What name is given to a flock or gathering of starlings?
  • What name is given to a garden with geometrically arranged beds and small hedges?
  • What name is given to a government ruled by women?
  • What name is given to a litter of piglets?
  • What name is given to a mammal which bears live young?
  • What name is given to a person who makes and sells spectacles?
  • What name is given to a plant which dies down at the end of the growing season?
  • What name is given to a vertical divide in a window?
  • What name is given to a volcanic opening that gives out gas and steam?
  • What name is given to a whirling tornado-like cloud at sea?
  • What name is given to a young hawk taken from its nest for training?
  • What name is given to an adult male seal?
  • What name is given to an alloy of mercury?
  • What name is given to an athletics event such as running or hurdling?
  • What name is given to an extension of a stage in front of a curtain?
  • What name is given to an occasion when the equator is furthest from the Sun?
  • What name is given to animals that eat grass and plants?
  • What name is given to animals which do not hunt or eat meat?
  • What name is given to barristers collectively?
  • What name is given to economic activities which are unrecorded?
  • What name is given to poisonous fluid from a snake?
  • What name is given to swallows in the air?
  • What name is given to the leading Western economic powers?
  • What name is given to the art of clipping hedges into shapes?
  • What name is given to the art of telling fortunes by cards?
  • What name is given to the bending of the winds caused by the Earth spinning on its axis?
  • What name is given to the first ten amendments to the US constitution?
  • What name is given to the four holy books of the Hindus?
  • What name is given to the genetic make-up of an individual?
  • What name is given to the green colouring matter found in plants?
  • What name is given to the highest point of the heavens?
  • What name is given to the Japanese skill of growing miniature trees?
  • What name is given to the knife which the Gurkha soldiers use?
  • What name is given to the line which joins any two points on a circle?
  • What name is given to the most used table of the elements?
  • What name is given to the period of winter sleep by some animals?
  • What name is given to the phenomenon of bright lights in the atmosphere caused by the solar wind entering the ionosphere?
  • What name is given to the set of fans at the front of a jet engine?
  • What name is given to the small chunk of wood, on which short actors stand to bring them up to the correct height for their role?
  • What name is given to the study of the origins of words?
  • What name is given to the study of the paths taken by projectiles?
  • What name is given to the style of riding when both the rider's legs are on the same side of the horse?
  • What name is given to the technology of creating and reading codes?
  • What name is given to the thousands of small bodies which orbit the Sun?
  • What name is given to the unit of electrical power?
  • What name is given to the vast grassy plains of Russia?
  • What name is shared by athlete Roger and TV presenter Cilla?
  • What name is shared by Birmingham, Coventry and Leicester?
  • What name is shared by radio/TV presenter Chris and 'Dynasty' actress Linda?
  • What name is shared by Scunthorpe, Southend and Rotherham?
  • What name is shared by TV presenter Cheryl and actor Tom?
  • What name is shared by TV presenter Zoe and singer Michael?
  • What name is used to describe a baby salmon?
  • What name links Hastings, New Romney, Hythe, Dover and Sandwich?
  • What name links singer Kate and former USA President George?
  • What name was given to an airship that could be steered?
  • What name was given to murderer Peter Sutcliffe?
  • What name was given to the 19th-century group who wrecked machines?
  • What name was given to the link between Hitler's Germany and Mussolini's Italy?
  • What name was given to the link between Hitler's Germany and Mussolini's Italy?
  • What name was given to the mediaeval warlike expeditions to the Holy Land?
  • What name was given to the occasion in 1934 when Hitler had members of his own party murdered by the SS?
  • What name was given to the occasion in 1934 when Hitler had members of his own party murdered by the SS?
  • What name was given to the practice which tried to turn lead into silver and gold?
  • What name was given to the reform programme initiated by Gorbachev?
  • What name was given to the state of tension between the communist states and the west after World War II?
  • What name was given to young upwardly mobile persons?
  • What name was Michael Bolton born with?
  • What name was OXFAM originally registered as?
  • What names are given to the old and new styles of calendar?
  • What nationality did Hana Mandlikova take after leaving Czechoslovakia?
  • What nationality is BjÅ¡rk?
  • What nationality is BjÅ¡rk?
  • What nationality is golfer Vijay Singh?
  • What nationality is lawn tennis player Gabriela Sabatini?
  • What nationality is Murray Kidd?
  • What nationality is tennis player Michael Chang?
  • What nationality was 1962 Wimbledon champion Rod Laver?
  • What nationality was ballet star Rudolf Nureyev?
  • What nationality was Confucius?
  • What nationality was detective writer Ngaio Marsh?
  • What nationality was Hans Christian Andersen?
  • What nationality was motor vehicle pioneer Gottlieb Daimler?
  • What nationality was philosopher and scientist Aristotle?
  • What nationality was Richard Wagner?
  • What nationality was the composer Bart—k?
  • What nationality was the first non-US, non-Soviet spaceman?
  • What nationality was the notorious murderer Dr Crippen?
  • What nationality was the playwright Ibsen?
  • What nationality was the world heavyweight boxer Ingemar Johansson?
  • What nationality were 1961 Wimbledon finalists Christine Trueman and Angela Mortimer?
  • What nationality were Nina and Frederick who had a 1960 hit with 'Little Donkey'?
  • What nationality were tennis stars Lew Hoad and Ken Rosewall?
  • What natural disaster hit Armenia in 1988?
  • What new denomination of coin was issued in the UK in 1983?
  • What nickname was given to the group of artists which included Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and Peter Lawford ?
  • What nickname was given to winter sportsman Eddie Edwards?
  • What novelty record, by an Australian, was the first No 1 single of the 70s?
  • What number does the Beaufort scale go up to in international use?
  • What number does the Roman numeral C stand for?
  • What number does the Roman numeral D stand for?
  • What number does the Roman numeral IV stand for?
  • What number does the Roman numeral L stand for?
  • What number does the Roman numeral M stand for?
  • What number in bingo is two fat ladies?
  • What number is Beethoven's concerto known as the 'Emperor'?
  • What number is dos in Spanish?
  • What number is opposite a one on a dice?
  • What number is traditionally worn on the goalie's shirt?
  • What occupations did Martha Reeves, Rosalind Ashford and Annette Sterling have before they were Martha and the Vandellas?
  • What occurred in the Kalahari Desert on September 1st, 1981?
  • What occurs when a lunar eclipse take place?
  • What occurs when the central zone of the Sun is covered?
  • What offence had inhabitants of the Marshalsea prison committed?
  • What offence had inhabitants of the Marshalsea prison committed?
  • What on your body would a trichologist be concerned with?
  • What opened in 1894 and closed in London's Strand in 1988?
  • What other title is held by whoever is the First Lord of the Treasury?
  • What paper is used to test acid and alkali?
  • What part did Joan Collins play in 'Dynasty'?
  • What part of a cola tree is used to flavour drinks?
  • What part of a garment is a raglan?
  • What part of Cyrano de Bergerac's anatomy was particularly large?
  • What part of the body would be affected if you suffered from myopia?
  • What part of the human body is treated by a dermatologist?
  • What percentage of a cucumber is water?
  • What phrase applies to graphics programs which interact with people?
  • What pigment comes from the cuttlefish?
  • What planet was home for the aliens in Wells's 'The War of the Worlds'?
  • What popular drink was known in China as early as 2737 BC?
  • What position did John Major hold immediately before becoming prime minister in 1990?
  • What position did Peter Shilton play?
  • What position did Tommy Lawrence play?
  • What powered James Watt's engine in 1765?
  • What precious stone denotes your 40th wedding anniversary?
  • What product was advertised in the Cook & Greenaway hit of 1971?
  • What profession did Hillary Clinton previously practise?
  • What publication was launched in 1920 by American bank clerk DeWitt Wallace?
  • What punishment did the Vestal Virgins of Rome suffer if they betrayed their vows of chastity?
  • What qualification do you need to stand for the European Parliament?
  • What qualities do the flowers helichrysum and acroclinium have?
  • What region is the arrow-poison frog a native of?
  • What relation to each other were Don and Phil Everly?
  • What relation was Danny de Vito to Arnold Schwarzenegger in their 1988 film?
  • What relation was Mary I to Elizabeth I?
  • What relation was Sonny to Cher in their single-making days?
  • What relation were the Thompsons who had hits with 'Love on Your Side' and 'We Are Detective'?
  • What relation were the Thompsons who had hits with 'Love on Your Side' and 'We Are Detective'?
  • What replaced TV am as ITV's weekly breakfast programme?
  • What road safety measure was introduced in the streets of Liverpool in 1860?
  • What scale is used to measure wind velocity?
  • What scale, other than the Richter, measures earthquakes?
  • What sea lies between Turkey and Russia?
  • What shade of Pale did Procol Harum sing about?
  • What shall you not commit according to the seventh commandment?
  • What shape is a boxing ring?
  • What shape is the Kremlin in Russia's capital, Moscow?
  • What sits on a dolly in a television studio?
  • What size of bottle is a magnum?
  • What size was Tim in 'A Christmas Carol'?
  • What sort of a holiday is it if you do the same thing as in your job?
  • What sort of animal is a fennec?
  • What sort of animal was Parsley in 'The Herbs'?
  • What sort of Attraction was there between Michael Douglas and Glenn Close?
  • What sort of baptism does the Baptist Church practise?
  • What sort of bird is a Cinnamon Norwich?
  • What sort of bird is a muscovy?
  • What sort of bird was Edd, the 1992 British Olympic mascot?
  • What sort of book was compiled by Moody and Sankey?
  • What sort of Busters were Dan Aykroyd and Sigourney Weaver?
  • What sort of Circle do conjurers join?
  • What sort of commercials did ITV ban in 1965?
  • What sort of creature is a capercaillie?
  • What sort of creature is a tarantula hawk?
  • What sort of dancing trend did the twist set?
  • What sort of dog became a consumer's champion in the 1980s?
  • What sort of dog became a consumer's champion in the 1980s?
  • What sort of environment do alder trees grow in?
  • What sort of fish is a dogfish?
  • What sort of fish is a skipjack?
  • What sort of food is Bel Paese?
  • What sort of hyacinth is a muscari?
  • What sort of jewelled Isle is Ireland often called?
  • What sort of literature does Commander Adam Dalgliesh write?
  • What sort of people was a Nansen passport issued to?
  • What sort of Pie provided a classic hit for Don McLean?
  • What sort of purplish-blue daisies are types of aster?
  • What sort of quick writing did Pitman invent?
  • What sort of Statesman was Alan B'Stard MP?
  • What sort of tube did William Crookes invent?
  • What sort of vehicle is a limousine?
  • What sort of vehicle was Stingray?
  • What sort of wind is fohn wind?
  • What sort of word is made up from initial letters of other words?
  • What sound was the theme music for 'Inspector Morse' based on?
  • What source of light is used in producing a hologram?
  • What species of kite breeds in Britain?
  • What Spinning invention was named after its creator's daughter?
  • What spirit is made from fermented sugar cane?
  • What sport takes place in a velodrome?
  • What sport was Jack Brabham famous for?
  • What sport would you practise if you were a toxophilite?
  • What starts an oyster developing a pearl in its shell?
  • What Strikes Back in the 1980 film?
  • What style of music was pioneered by jazzmen Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie?
  • What subject did Geoff Hamilton deal with?
  • What superhero can Peter Parker turn into?
  • What surname did the 9th and 23rd presidents of the US share?
  • What team is known as The Baggies?
  • What term describes a black and white horse?
  • What term describes fielders positioned closely behind the batsmen?
  • What term is given to part of a computer's memory that has its program permanently fixed?
  • What term is given to the distance from the centre of a circle to the outer edge?
  • What term is given to the making of patterns by inlaying different coloured pieces of wood?
  • What term is used in Islam for 'Holy War'?
  • What the poodle called at the Queen Vic in 'EastEnders'?
  • What three colours are in the flag of Belgium?
  • What three colours are on the flag of Australia?
  • What title did Harold Macmillan take?
  • What title did Stalin assume when he became war leader?
  • What title did Stalin assume when he became war leader?
  • What title does the head of state of Nepal have?
  • What title is held by Shakespeare's 'Cymbeline'?
  • What title was Oliver Cromwell given in 1653?
  • What topped 3,000,000 in Britain for the first time since the 1930s?
  • What toy is named after US president Theodore Roosevelt?
  • What traditionally did a fletcher make?
  • What tragedy occurred in Skopje in 1963?
  • What tree does a date grow on?
  • What trees belong to the genus Quercus?
  • What tune is Liechtenstein's national anthem sung to?
  • What TV first did Gareth Jones achieve during a live transmission?
  • What two colours are in Blackburn's home strip?
  • What two colours are in Derby's home strip?
  • What two colours are on a semaphore flag?
  • What two colours are on the flag waved at the end of a motor race?
  • What two colours is a magpie?
  • What two differences are there between the position and paddle of someone in a kayak and someone in a canoe?
  • What two types of bowling green are there?
  • What two words cannot be said in the opening section of 'Take Your Pick'?
  • What type of aircraft is Sikorsky famous for?
  • What type of angle is less than 90 degrees?
  • What type of animal is a bariroussa?
  • What type of animal is a Kerry Blue?
  • What type of animal is a Lhasa Apso?
  • What type of animal is a markhor?
  • What type of animal is a natterjack?
  • What type of animal is a vmi-vmi?
  • What type of animal is the tucotucco?
  • What type of animal was J. Worthington Foulfellow?
  • What type of bell is a campanula?
  • What type of birds are ratites?
  • What type of bomb did Edward Teller develop?
  • What type of burial mounds date from the early Bronze Age?
  • What type of camera did George Eastman invent?
  • What type of canoe is spelt the same backwards and forwards?
  • What type of creature is a black widow?
  • What type of creature is a Pacific sea wasp?
  • What type of creature is a painted lady?
  • What type of creature is used for the dish Bombay duck?
  • What type of dance involves moving under a low horizontal pole?
  • What type of dancing is associated with Margot Fonteyn?
  • What type of driftnet fishing caused the deaths of hundreds of dolphins in the 1980s?
  • What type of engines did George Stephenson develop?
  • What type of entertainer was David Nixon?
  • What type of entertainment is the musical 'Barnum' about?
  • What type of fish is a torpedo fish?
  • What type of food is a bagel?
  • What type of food is a bloomer?
  • What type of food is a pomelo?
  • What type of food is a profiterole?
  • What type of food is canneloni?
  • What type of food is consomme?
  • What type of food is Demerara?
  • What type of food is dill?
  • What type of food is gazpacho?
  • What type of fruit is dried to produce a sultana?
  • What type of hat was worn by Sherlock Holmes?
  • What type of heavenly body is named after Edmund Halley?
  • What type of horns feature in Haydn's Symphony No 31 in D?
  • What type of horse racing does not include fences and obstacles?
  • What type of insect is a Red Admiral?
  • What type of instrument is a celestea?
  • What type of jewels are traditionally associated with Amsterdam?
  • What type of lamp is Humphry Davy famous for?
  • What type of Maze was presented by Richard O'Brien?
  • What type of milk did Louis Pasteur give his name to, because of the treatment it undergoes?
  • What type of nut is a marron glace?
  • What type of operation did the Queen Mother have in December 1995?
  • What type of paintings is Joshua Reynolds famous for?
  • What type of party or social gathering is for women only?
  • What type of pen did Lewis Waterman invent?
  • What type of pens did Pentel invent?
  • What type of performance was 'The Rite of Spring' written for ?
  • What type of person could have been referred as a cutpurse?
  • What type of person studies the relationship between living organisms and their environment?
  • What type of pet animal can be Chinchilla or Dutch?
  • What type of plant grows from seed, flowers and dies in a year?
  • What type of pre-wedding party is for women only?
  • What type of racing has only two cars competing on the track at the same time?
  • What type of school did he attend in Munich?
  • What type of school did he attend in Munich?
  • What type of soup is Dubarry?
  • What type of sport took place in the 'Frying Pan'?
  • What type of sportsman was he?
  • What type of stone is the Koh-i-noor?
  • What type of vehicle is a juggernaut?
  • What type of vehicle provided a 50s hit for Nancy Whiskey?
  • What type of village can be seen at Skara Brae?
  • What type of whale is the largest?
  • What type of word reads the same forwards and backwards?
  • What type of work did Ernest Hemingway do during World War I?
  • What type of work is Albrecht Durer famous for?
  • What type of work is Elgar's 'Dream of Gerontius'?
  • What type of works did John Wilbye compose?
  • What type of wren is the smallest British bird?
  • What type of writing is John Betjeman famous for?
  • What type of writing is Paul Theroux associated with other than novels?
  • What type of writing is Paul Theroux associated with other than novels?
  • What unit is used to measure horses?
  • What unit is used to measure the gas we use in our homes?
  • What vehicles race in the Indianapolis 500?
  • What was 'Fingermouse' made from?
  • What was 'Mastermind' winner Fred Housego's job?
  • What was 'Prisoner: Cell Block H' originally called?
  • What was 'The Mary Rose' which saw sunlight after 400 years?
  • What was 'The Times' first known as, in 1785?
  • What was a doublet?
  • What was a hit for both Frankie Vaughan and Shakin' Stevens?
  • What was a matchlock?
  • What was a No 1 for The Simpsons?
  • What was a Sopwith Camel?
  • What was Adam Faith's first single?
  • What was added to rum to make the drink grog?
  • What was advertised in the first TV 'natural break'?
  • What was Al short for in Al Capone's name?
  • What was Ali Baba's female slave called?
  • What was Alka-Seltzer first marketed as?
  • What was Alvin Stardust's name when he charted in the 1960s?
  • What was American inventor Thomas Edison's middle name?
  • What was American Mr Bissel's dust-collecting invention?
  • What was Anthony Newley's 1960 No 1?
  • What was ARPANET a forerunner of?
  • What was Australina cricketer Patsy Hendren's real first name?
  • What was awarded to winners in the original Olympic Games?
  • What was Barry McGuigan's sport ?
  • What was Barry McGuigan's sport ?
  • What was based on the Victorian game called Magic Square?
  • What was Beethoven's only opera?
  • What was being built in the yards in 'Howard's Way'?
  • What was being built in the yards in 'Howard's Way'?
  • What was Bergerac's first name?
  • What was Bing Crosby's real first name?
  • What was Blake and Krystle's surname in 'Dynasty'?
  • What was Buddy Holly's real first name?
  • What was built in Hyde Park for the Great Exhibition of 1851?
  • What was Calamity Jane's married name?
  • What was Casanova's occupation at the time of his death?
  • What was Catherine Cookson's first novel?
  • What was Ceylon renamed as?
  • What was Charlotte's married name?
  • What was Charon's job?
  • What was Chris Barber's only hit single?
  • What was Cleo Laine's job before she was a singer?
  • What was climbed 'Because it is there'?
  • What was Conrad Phillips most famous TV role?
  • What was Deep Purple's first hit in the singles charts?
  • What was Dennis Skinner's job before he entered Parliament?
  • What was developed by Andre and Edouard Michelin?
  • What was Diana Ross's first solo British No 1?
  • What was East Germany's official name?
  • What was Elvis Presley's middle name?
  • What was Elvis Presley's middle name?
  • What was Elvis Presley's music publishing company called?
  • What was Elvis Presley's music publishing company called?
  • What was Elvis's first film?
  • What was Elvis's first film?
  • What was Elvis's last No 1 record in the UK in his lifetime?
  • What was Elvis's last No 1 record in the UK in his lifetime?
  • What was Ernest Rutherford the first man to split?
  • What was Evonne Goolagong's married name?
  • What was founded in 859 at Fez, Morocco, that is reckoned to be the oldest of its type in the world?
  • What was France's Olivier Merle's former profession?
  • What was Frederick Bulsara better known as?
  • What was Geoffrey Howe's cabinet position when he resigned in 1990?
  • What was George Harrison's first solo hit?
  • What was George Harrison's first solo hit?
  • What was George Michael's first solo No 1?
  • What was George Washington's wife first name?
  • What was Ghana's former name?
  • What was Gigliola Cinquetti's 1974 hit whose second line was 'Before you break my heart'?
  • What was Gilbert White's field of work?
  • What was Glenn Miller's signature tune?
  • What was Harare's former name?
  • What was Hayley Mills' first film?
  • What was held in Britain in 1908 and 1948?
  • What was Helen Shapiro Walking Back to in 1961?
  • What was his elder brother and fellow performer called?
  • What was his first UK No 1?
  • What was his first UK No 1?
  • What was his first US No 1?
  • What was his first US No 1?
  • What was his last wife called?
  • What was his wife Priscilla's maiden name?
  • What was his wife Priscilla's maiden name?
  • What was Ho Chi Minh City called before 1975?
  • What was in the Carnival in the Saint-Sains composition?
  • What was in White Satin according to The Moody Blues?
  • What was introduced at ten shillings in 1922 and doubled in 1946?
  • What was invented by Lazlo and Georg Biro?
  • What was invented by Lewis Waterman in the 1880s?
  • What was invented by US students using aluminium flan cases?
  • What was it raining according to The Weather Girls in 1984?
  • What was it that the American writer H. L. Mencken defined as 'the worship of jackals by jackasses'?
  • What was ITV given permission to include with its programmes that BBC could not?
  • What was Ivan Lendl's first Wimbledon tournament win?
  • What was Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg's famous recording?
  • What was Jed Clampett's daughter called in 'The Beverley Hillbillies'?
  • What was Jeffrey Archer's sequel to 'Kane and Abel' called?
  • What was Jeremy Beadle Game for?
  • What was Jeremy Beadle Game for?
  • What was Jesus Christ according to Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber?
  • What was Jim Hacker's wife called in 'Yes Minister'?
  • What was John Glenn's Mercury capsule called when he became the first American to orbit the Earth?
  • What was John Lennon's book published in 1964 called?
  • What was John Lennon's book published in 1964 called?
  • What was John Lennon's middle name?
  • What was John Lennon's middle name?
  • What was John Lennon's second No 1 hit, a month after his first?
  • What was John Mayall's group known as?
  • What was Kay's Flying Shuttle used for in 1733?
  • What was landscape gardener Capability Brown's real first name?
  • What was launched in November 1985 by Microsoft?
  • What was Lester Piggott sent to jail for avoiding?
  • What was Louis Armstrong's nickname?
  • What was Marble Arch originally designed to be?
  • What was Margaret Mitchell's only book?
  • What was Margaret Thatcher's maiden name?
  • What was Mickey Mouse first called?
  • What was Mickey Mouse's original name?
  • What was most remarkable about Edward VIII's reign?
  • What was Mozart's middle name?
  • What was Mrs Gaskell's first name?
  • What was Mud's first top ten hit?
  • What was Mussorgsky's first name?
  • What was Napoleon given sovereignty over after his abdication in 1814?
  • What was Napoleon given sovereignty over after his abdication in 1814?
  • What was Nicole's 'Ein bisschen Frieden' in English?
  • What was Noel Edmonds' first job on Radio Luxembourg?
  • What was Norman Tebbitt's job before entering Parliament?
  • What was on the B side of Boney M's 'Rivers Of Babylon'?
  • What was on the Island Robert Louis Stevenson wrote about?
  • What was on the other side of 'Ruby Tuesday'?
  • What was on the other side of Spitting Image's 'Santa Claus is on the Dole'?
  • What was on the other side of the single 'We Can Work It Out'?
  • What was on the other side of the single 'We Can Work It Out'?
  • What was once measured in rods, poles, or perches?
  • What was Patricia Holt known as and what was her backing group?
  • What was Patrick McGoohan's identity number in 'The Prisoner'?
  • What was Perez Prado's 1994/5 hit?
  • What was Perry Como's job before becoming a singer?
  • What was Peter Cook and Dudley Moore's revue show called?
  • What was pioneered by the Austrian physician Dr Mesmer?
  • What was Piper Alpha, scene of a deadly fire?
  • What was Prince Charles' nickname for Mark Phillips?
  • What was Prince Philip's father called?
  • What was Princess Anne's first husband called?
  • What was Princess Margaret's luxury on 'Desert Island Discs'?
  • What was produced by Henry D. Perky of Denver, Colorado, in 1893?
  • What was Queen Victoria first 'not amused' by?
  • What was Queen's first hit?
  • What was referred to as Black Forty-Seven?
  • What was Reginald Perrin's middle name in the sit com with Leonard Rossiter?
  • What was remarkable about the 16 overs that South Africa's Hugh Tayfield bowled against England at Durban in 1957?
  • What was Revisited in the series with Jeremy Irons?
  • What was Revisited in the series with Jeremy Irons?
  • What was Richard Burton's original name?
  • What was Richard Gere in the film with Debra Winger?
  • What was Robert Bunsen famous for?
  • What was Robin Tripp studying when he lived upstairs from the Ropers?
  • What was Robin's real name in the Batman TV series?
  • What was said to Sweetheart in the series with Nicholas Lyndhurst?
  • What was said to Sweetheart in the series with Nicholas Lyndhurst?
  • What was Sam asked to play by Rick in 'Casablanca'?
  • What was seemingly fearless 'A-Team' member B. A. Baracus very frightened of?
  • What was Sergeant Bilko's first name?
  • What was set up after the Bretton Woods Conference, in 1944?
  • What was SHAPE?
  • What was Sinatra's big 1966 hit - a No 1 in 13 countries?
  • What was Sinatra's first No 1 in Britain?
  • What was Sinatra's own record label, founded in 1961, called?
  • What was Slade's first No 1 single?
  • What was Smokey Robinson's real first name?
  • What was snoek?
  • What was Southern Rhodesia renamed?
  • What was Spain's only legal party after the Civil War?
  • What was Spain's only legal party after the Civil War?
  • What was special about the fabric Charles Macintosh invented?
  • What was special about the Man from Atlantis, Mark Harris?
  • What was special about the meeting of Sue Middleton and Alex Tatham who married in 1991?
  • What was special about the size of the disc developed by Philips and Sony in the late 1970s?
  • What was St Luke's profession?
  • What was St Petersburg called during communist rule?
  • What was Steve Zodiac's spacecraft?
  • What was stored in Fort Knox?
  • What was strange about the tackle that ended the career of keeper Chic Brodie of Brentford in 1970?
  • What was Take That's first No 1?
  • What was tested at Bikini Atoll in 1954?
  • What was the 'Flying Scotsman'?
  • What was the 'Gluckauf' the first of its kind?
  • What was the 'profession' of Captain Kid?
  • What was the 'The Herald Of Free Enterprise' which met disaster in 1987?
  • What was the 1914-18 war known as until 1939?
  • What was the actual first name of Hopalong Cassidy?
  • What was the Alf Garnett character called in 'All in the Family'?
  • What was the Beatles' first LP called in 1963?
  • What was The Beatles' first Top Ten hit single?
  • What was The Beatles' first Top Ten hit single?
  • What was the Birmingham Royal Ballet previously known as?
  • What was the Boomtown Rats' first No 1?
  • What was the capacity of the group who said 'I'm Not in Love'?
  • What was the capital of Italian East Africa between 1936 and 1941?
  • What was the capital of Russia before Moscow?
  • What was the capital of the Roman province of Britain before Londinium (London)?
  • What was the cause of Franklin D. Roosevelt's paralysis?
  • What was the cause of Franklin D. Roosevelt's paralysis?
  • What was the christian name of the eldest of the Railway Children?
  • What was the codename of the US development of the atom bomb?
  • What was the collective name of Sabrina, Jill and Kelly?
  • What was the communist economic association called?
  • What was the county town of Rutland?
  • What was The Crystals first UK Top Ten hit?
  • What was the Czech Charter 77 protesting about in 1977?
  • What was the earlier name of Cape Canaveral?
  • What was the eighth month of the Roman calendar?
  • What was the electric tone-wheel organ invented in 1934?
  • What was the England World Cup Squad's No 1 hit in 1970?
  • What was the English version of 'Comme d'Habitude'?
  • What was the European Atomic Energy Commission known as?
  • What was the family relationship of the three Ronettes?
  • What was the final battle that Napoleon fought in?
  • What was the final episode of M*A*S*H called?
  • What was the first airliner, which was put into service in 1933?
  • What was the first book printed from movable type in 1456?
  • What was the first British film to exceed the 20-million box office total?
  • What was the first car to be powered by a gas turbine?
  • What was the first Ealing Comedy?
  • What was the first Eurythmics top ten single back in 1983?
  • What was the first gunpowder made of?
  • What was the first label The Beatles recorded on with George Martin?
  • What was the first label The Beatles recorded on with George Martin?
  • What was the first Montgolfier hot-air balloon made of?
  • What was the first name of Admiral Lord Nelson?
  • What was the first name of Basil Fawlty's wife?
  • What was the first name of boxer La Motta known as the 'Bronx Bull'?
  • What was the first name of British Wimbledon champion Mrs Jones?
  • What was the first name of Burgess, the spy who defected to Russia?
  • What was the first name of eminent broadcaster Dimbleby?
  • What was the first name of German scientist Einstein?
  • What was the first name of heavyweight boxing champion Liston?
  • What was the first name of Impressionist painter Cezanne?
  • What was the first name of legendary Street character Mrs Sharples?
  • What was the first name of pop artist Warhol?
  • What was the first name of private detective Mrs Wainthropp?
  • What was the first name of private detective Mrs Wainthropp?
  • What was the first name of sci-fi adventurer Adamant?
  • What was the first name of sculptor Epstein?
  • What was the first name of the female singer in The Carpenters?
  • What was the first name of tycoon Donald Trump's former wife?
  • What was the first name of US golfer Palmer?
  • What was the first name of world mile record holder Ibbotson?
  • What was the first name of Yorkshire-born Surrey off-spinner Laker?
  • What was the first national park established in the United States in 1872?
  • What was the first newspaper to have a 'Personal Column' on its front page?
  • What was the first No 1 single of the 80s?
  • What was the first series starring Smith and Jones called?
  • What was the first thing Scaffold said 'Thank U Very Much' for?
  • What was the first volume of her autobiography called?
  • What was the first X-rated film to win an Oscar?
  • What was the Fish Called in the 1988 movie?
  • What was the follow up to 'Agony' with Maureen Lipman?
  • What was the fourth of four consecutive No 1s between November 1960 and May 1961?
  • What was the fourth of four consecutive No 1s between November 1960 and May 1961?
  • What was the French title of 'It's A Knockout'?
  • What was the full name of George Bush's vice-president?
  • What was the full name of George Bush's vice-president?
  • What was the full title of Harry Enfield's 1988 hit?
  • What was the German air force called?
  • What was the highest building in the world until 1930?
  • What was the Hitch Hiker's Guide to?
  • What was the Hitch Hiker's Guide to?
  • What was the horse in the title of Anna Sewell's novel?
  • What was the House made of in the political drama?
  • What was the House made of in the political drama?
  • What was the job of Mellors in 'Lady Chatterley's Lover'?
  • What was the Johnny Mann Singers' only hit?
  • What was the most famous group managed by Andrew Loog Oldham?
  • What was the name for the ancient Egyptian good luck charm in the shape of a beetle?
  • What was the name given to Gorbachev's foreign relations programme?
  • What was the name of Bangladesh between 1947 and 1972?
  • What was the name of Barnum's famous giant elephant?
  • What was the name of Bill Haley's backing group?
  • What was the name of Bill Wyman's group that performed charity gigs?
  • What was the name of Boccaccio's collection of stories?
  • What was the name of Elvis's famous mansion and where was it?
  • What was the name of Elvis's famous mansion and where was it?
  • What was the name of Gounod's opera based on Doctor Faustus?
  • What was the name of Gounod's opera based on Doctor Faustus?
  • What was the name of Hamlet's father?
  • What was the name of John the Baptist's mother?
  • What was the name of Kathy Beale's long-lost daughter in 'EastEnders'?
  • What was the name of King Arthur's sword?
  • What was the name of Lady Penelope's puppet chauffeur?
  • What was the name of Lord Peter Wimsey's butler?
  • What was the name of Miss Rigby in the song by the Beatles?
  • What was the name of Mr Acker Bilk's Jazz Band?
  • What was the name of Nero's second wife?
  • What was the name of Robert Louis Stevenson's last and unfinished novel?
  • What was the name of Rolf Harris's puppet koala bear?
  • What was the name of the 'Neighbours' character played by Kylie Minogue?
  • What was the name of the bar in 'Dallas'?
  • What was the name of the Big River sung about by Jimmy Nail?
  • What was the name of the boy in Disney's 'The Jungle Book'?
  • What was the name of the captain of the 'Titanic'?
  • What was the name of the cattle route from Texas through Oklahoma to the Red Hills at Abilene, Kansas?
  • What was the name of the Dustin Hoffman film about Peter Pan?
  • What was the name of the Elephant Man?
  • What was the name of the Ewing ranch in 'Dallas'?
  • What was the name of the first commercial atomic-powered ship?
  • What was the name of the first communications satellite?
  • What was the name of the first feature-length animated film?
  • What was the name of the first nuclear-powered submarine?
  • What was the name of the first successful flying boat built in 1912?
  • What was the name of the first talking cartoon?
  • What was the name of the first working electromechanical computer?
  • What was the name of the girl who visited the Wizard of Oz?
  • What was the name of the jester in 'As You Like It'?
  • What was the name of the land where Gulliver met the Little People?
  • What was the name of the landlord in 'The Young Ones'?
  • What was the name of the Monroe character?
  • What was the name of the mythical South American city of gold?
  • What was the name of the oil tanker that ran aground in Wales in February 1996?
  • What was the name of the prison in 'Porridge'?
  • What was the name of the pub in 'Minder'?
  • What was the name of the Queen of Faeries in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'?
  • What was the name of the Roman god of sleep?
  • What was the name of the Spanish waiter in 'Fawlty Towers'?
  • What was the name of the witch played by Agnes Moorhead in 'Bewitched'?
  • What was the name of the woman for whom Edward VIII abdicated?
  • What was the name of the World War I ace nicknamed 'The Red Baron'?
  • What was the name of Welsh hero Prince Llewelyn's dog?
  • What was the Nat West Trophy previously called?
  • What was the nationality of 'Maigret' creator Georges Simenon?
  • What was the nationality of Albrecht Durer?
  • What was the nationality of astronomer Galileo?
  • What was the nationality of athlete Emil Zatopek?
  • What was the nationality of ballet composer Aaron Copland?
  • What was the nationality of ballet composer Aaron Copland?
  • What was the nationality of boxer Sugar Ray Robinson?
  • What was the nationality of dancer Mata Hari, shot as a spy?
  • What was the nationality of detective Van Der Valk?
  • What was the nationality of Mario Andretti?
  • What was the nationality of portrait painter Millais?
  • What was the nationality of Rembrandt?
  • What was the nationality of saxophone inventor Adolphe Sax?
  • What was The New Seekers' 1972 Eurovision entry?
  • What was the nickname of amateur sleuth Simon Templar?
  • What was the nickname of anti-British broadcaster, William Joyce?
  • What was the nickname of baseball's Lawrence Peter Berra?
  • What was the nickname of baseball's Lawrence Peter Berra?
  • What was the nickname of Edward Prince of Wales, son of Edward III?
  • What was the nickname of Michael Wilson who had 'Another Sleepless Night' in 1990?
  • What was the nickname of sprinter Florence Griffith-Joyner?
  • What was the nickname of sprinter Florence Griffith-Joyner?
  • What was the nickname of TV cook Graham Kerr?
  • What was the ninth month of the Roman calendar?
  • What was the No 1 recording made by Matthews Southern Comfort?
  • What was the number of the emergency ward in the hospital drama?
  • What was the occupation of Dom Pierre Perignon who developed the champagne process?
  • What was the occupation of Eddie Shoestring?
  • What was the occupation of Edith Cavell who was shot by the Germans on a spying charge?
  • What was the occupation of Jane Austen's father?
  • What was the occupation of Lonnie Donegan's old man?
  • What was the occupation of Mary Read and Anne Bonny?
  • What was the occupation of the 'Wicked Lady' in the film?
  • What was the occupation of the author of 'Le Petit Prince'?
  • What was the occupation of the legendary 'Casey Jones'?
  • What was the official cause of death?
  • What was the official name of the so-called 'Star Wars' programme?
  • What was the official name of the so-called 'Star Wars' programme?
  • What was the official name of the Soviet Union?
  • What was the only line that Humphrey Bogart had in his first play?
  • What was the original name of Drake's ship 'The Golden Hind'?
  • What was the original name of the flagship the 'Golden Hind'?
  • What was the original name of the line on a ship showing the level to which it could be loaded?
  • What was the period of liberalisation in Czechoslovakia in 1968 called?
  • What was The Pipkins' only hit?
  • What was the popular name for pilotless aircraft, V-1s?
  • What was the previous name of London Broncos?
  • What was the Princess of Wales' maiden name?
  • What was the profession of claret-swigging Horace Rumpole?
  • What was the profession of claret-swigging Horace Rumpole?
  • What was the profession of Frederick Ashton?
  • What was the profession of Frederick Ashton?
  • What was the profession of Hedda Hopper and Louella Parsons?
  • What was the profession of Jack and Beth in 'Peak Practice'?
  • What was the profession of Jack and Beth in 'Peak Practice'?
  • What was the profession of James Herriot?
  • What was the profession of Steptoe and Son?
  • What was the profession of the Angels?
  • What was the profession of the Duchess of Duke Street?
  • What was the profession of the heroine in 'Gypsy'?
  • What was the profession or calling of Tuck in Sherwood Forest?
  • What was the Queen Elizabeth's luxury sister ship?
  • What was the real first name of Ronnie Spector, formerly Bennett?
  • What was the real title of the painting called 'The Laughing Cavalier'?
  • What was the Regal Trophy previously called?
  • What was the registration number of Lady Penelope's pink Rolls?
  • What was the result of the 1995-96 Test series between South Africa and England?
  • What was The Rolling Stones' second album called?
  • What was the second in Barbara Taylor Bradford's Emma Harte series?
  • What was the secret state police of Nazi Germany called?
  • What was the seventh month of the Roman calendar?
  • What was the Six Million Dollar Man's previous occupation?
  • What was the specialist position of Australia's Rodney Marsh?
  • What was the speed limit in Britain fixed by the Motor Car Act of 1903?
  • What was the sport of Britain's David Wilkie?
  • What was the stage name of the British comedian Robert Winthrop?
  • What was the surname of 1950s England players Derek and Peter?
  • What was the surname of aviation pioneers Orville and Wilbur?
  • What was the surname of boxer Cassius?
  • What was the surname of comedy duo Mike and Bernie?
  • What was the surname of cricketer Fiery Fred who retired in 1968?
  • What was the surname of Ebenezer in 'A Christmas Carol'?
  • What was the surname of Frank in 'Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em'?
  • What was the surname of global rescuers Jeff, Scott and Virgil?
  • What was the surname of international footballers Jackie and Bobby?
  • What was the surname of Jackie Onassis's first husband?
  • What was the surname of King Camp who invented the safety razor?
  • What was the surname of landscape gardener Capability?
  • What was the surname of Los Angeles defence lawyer Perry?
  • What was the surname of outrageous artist Salvador?
  • What was the surname of Professor Bernard whose name has become synonymous with early TV sci-fi?
  • What was the surname of soul musician Booker T.?
  • What was the surname of the Dickens character Oliver?
  • What was the surname of the Windsors before they changed it?
  • What was the surname of Wimbledon singles champion Billie-Jean?
  • What was the title of Cliff Richard's 1968 Eurovision song?
  • What was the title of Dick Francis's first horse-racing thriller?
  • What was the title of John Wayne's final film?
  • What was the title of Paul Gascoigne's Gazza Rap?
  • What was the title of Pearl Jam's first album?
  • What was the title of the first women's magazine ever published, in 1693?
  • What was the title of the last book written by Aldous Huxley?
  • What was the title of the pieces on a theme by Paganini recorded by Julian Lloyd Webber?
  • What was the title of the Star Trek series which resumed in 1990?
  • What was the trade of the famous Russian Faberge?
  • What was the trade of Thomas Wolsey's father?
  • What was the true vocation of the detective in the stories by G. K. Chesterton?
  • What was their first hit on their own Rolling Stones record label?
  • What was tied in a Windsor knot and who introduced the fashion?
  • What was Tony Bennett's first chart entry and only UK No 1?
  • What was Tony Hancock's address in East Cheam?
  • What was Trevor Jordache buried under in 'Brookside'?
  • What was unusual about Dr Peter Brady and Dr Daniel Westin?
  • What was unusual about the 1995 Eurovision song contest winner?
  • What was unusual about The Crystals' hit 'He's a Rebel'?
  • What was Venus wearing in 1962 according to Mark Wynter?
  • What was Vivaldi's profession aside from violinist and composer?
  • What was W. H. Auden's first name?
  • What was Walt Disney's middle name?
  • What was William Gladstone's middle name?
  • What was Wrong in the Wallace and Gromit Oscar-winning film?
  • What was Yuri Gagarin's spacecraft called?
  • What wasn't a news bulletin but did feature Pamela Stephenson and Rowan Atkinson?
  • What wasn't a news bulletin but did feature Pamela Stephenson and Rowan Atkinson?
  • What were 'Babe' Ruth's real first names?
  • What were 'Babe' Ruth's real first names?
  • What were Abba's three consecutive No 1s in 1975-76?
  • What were Adam Faith's two No 1s?
  • What were Art Garfunkel's first two hits at No 1?
  • What were Captain Kirk's two Christian names?
  • What were Elvis's parents called?
  • What were Elvis's parents called?
  • What were followers of John Wycliffe called?
  • What were Franklin D. Roosevelt's four freedoms of democracy?
  • What were Jimmy Young's two successive No 1s in 1955?
  • What were Johann Stamitz's 'Mannheim rockets'?
  • What were Liberius, Sissinius and Constantine?
  • What were Mrs Pankhurst's two suffragette daughters called?
  • What were people told to 'keep burning' in the hit song of 1914?
  • What were Rod Stewart's first two No 1 hits?
  • What were Starsky and Hutch's first names?
  • What were students at the New York High School of Performing Arts seeking?
  • What were students at the New York High School of Performing Arts seeking?
  • What were the 'Dogs of War' in Frederick Forsyth's novel?
  • What were The Beatles awarded by the Queen in 1965?
  • What were The Beatles awarded by the Queen in 1965?
  • What were the first false teeth made of?
  • What were the first names of the brothers Grimm?
  • What were the first names of the Ofarims?
  • What were the first three Eddystone lighthouses lit by?
  • What were the first words spoken on a film soundtrack?
  • What were the French Protestants led by Henry of Navarre known as?
  • What were the full first names of the founders of The House of Eliott?
  • What were the group known as immediately before being known as The Beatles?
  • What were the group known as immediately before being known as The Beatles?
  • What were the initials of legendary Victorian cricketer Dr Grace?
  • What were the KGB in the Soviet Union?
  • What were The Kinks Dedicated Followers of in 1966?
  • What were the Local Defence Volunteers renamed?
  • What were the names of the Flowerpot Men?
  • What were the names of the followers of Ignatius Loyola?
  • What were the names of Wendy Darling's brothers in 'Peter Pan'?
  • What were the Supremes originally called?
  • What were the two married names of the late Jacqueline Bouvier?
  • What were Vince's parents called in 'Just Good Friends'?
  • What word can go after salad and before gown?
  • What word can go after soap and before house?
  • What word can go before cheese, plant and roll?
  • What word can go in front of sparrow or martin to name a bird?
  • What word comes before 'Not a sound from the pavement'?
  • What word describes someone mean with money, like Scrooge?
  • What word describes the minimum number of members on a committee in attendance for it to reach valid decisions?
  • What word describes the permanent disappearance of a species?
  • What word for unthinking patriotism is derived from the name of one of Napoleon's admirers?
  • What word goes before glove, hound and trot?
  • What word is used for the science dealing with the body structure?
  • What word means dry on a bottle of Italian wine?
  • What word means to gradually get louder and louder?
  • What word relates to Enya, The Wombles and Venezuela?
  • What word taken from the French describes an afternoon show?
  • What words appear on a 'Jim'll Fix It' medal?
  • What words appearing in brackets completed the tittle of 'I'm The Leader Of the Gang'?
  • What words in brackets end the title 'I Would Do Anything For Love?'
  • What would a billy and a nanny produce?
  • What would be measured with an anemometer?
  • What would be the state of a person in 'Carey Street'?
  • What would the Europeans call what the Americans call a moose?
  • What would you be playing if you were talking about spares and strikes?
  • What would you be travelling in if you were in a Pullman?
  • What would you fear if you had apiphobia?
  • What would you find in an anther on a stamen?
  • What would you find in an arboretum?
  • What would you have if you were hypermetropic?
  • What would you have seen if there is a Fringilla coelebs outside?
  • What would you see if there was a Turdus on your window sill?
  • What would you use Isaac Singer's invention for?
  • What, according to tradition, takes four years to paint from end to end?
  • What, in computer terminology, do the initials COBOL stand for?
  • What, in English history, was the Danegeld?
  • What's the link between Maria von Trapp of 'The Sound Of Music' and Patrick Troughton of 'Dr Who' fame?
  • What's the link between Shag, The Weatherman and Sakkarin?
  • What's the link between the Boy Scouts and Uncle Scar?
  • What's the surname of cartoon hero Quick Draw?
  • What's the theme song of M*A*S*H?
  • When 'Coronation Street' moved from two to three programmes a week in 1989, what was the new day for transmission?
  • When 'The Sound of Music' was shown in Korea what was missing?
  • When a cow stands up, which legs does it get up on first?
  • When Abba won Eurovision with 'Waterloo' who represented Britain?
  • When and where was the first public lavatory opened in Britain?
  • When did Britain last go to war against the United States?
  • When did Britain's lease on Hong Kong officially expire?
  • When did Celtic first have numbers on the back of their shirts?
  • When did Franco become absolute leader of Spain?
  • When did Franco become absolute leader of Spain?
  • When did Green Shield stamps come into use in Britain?
  • When did Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon find Tut's tomb?
  • When did Rhodesia declare UDI?
  • When did Saddam Hussein become president of Iraq?
  • When did Saddam Hussein become president of Iraq?
  • When did Seve Ballesteros win the first of his Open championships?
  • When did the EEC become the EC?
  • When did the first televised debate of the House of Lords take place?
  • When driving a car in Britain what is the hand signal for turning left?
  • When during a meal would you have an hors d'oeuvre?
  • When Frank Bruno beat Oliver McCall what did Frank become?
  • When is a racehorse's official birthday south of the equator?
  • When is St Sylvester's night?
  • When is the Blue Peter flag raised on a ship?
  • When it is made in Europe, what are the three main ingredients of a kedgeree?
  • When Jesus was crucified, which Roman was governor of Jerusalem?
  • When she married in 1973 who was Princess Anne's bridesmaid?
  • When the sun is at its zenith, where is it?
  • When was Blackpool Tower built?
  • When was hanging abolished in Britain?
  • When was Prohibition introduced in the United States?
  • When was the first appendix operation performed?
  • When was the first free vertical flight of a twin-rotor helicopter?
  • When was the gold standard finally abandoned in Britain?
  • When was the Hungarian uprising?
  • When was the International Monetary Fund established?
  • When was the radio-only licence fee abolished?
  • When was the shop with David Jason and Ronnie Barker Open?
  • When was the shop with David Jason and Ronnie Barker Open?
  • When were driving tests first introduced in Britain?
  • When were the first British passports in the new red European format issued?
  • When were women first elected to membership of the Jockey Club?
  • When will it be Alright in the Denis Norden series begun in 1977?
  • When would you see a 'naked lady' in the garden?
  • Where - apart from the Moon - are the Mountains Of The Moon?
  • Where and at what time was Kenny Ball chartwise in 1961?
  • Where are castanets thought to originate?
  • Where are Charles and Diana said to have met?
  • Where are most of Pearl S. Buck's novels set?
  • Where are most of Pearl S. Buck's novels set?
  • Where are prizes passed through on a conveyor belt?
  • Where are St Agnes, St Martin's and Bryher?
  • Where are the Astros baseball team from?
  • Where are the Astros baseball team from?
  • Where are the ayaye the remaining endangered animals?
  • Where are the birthplace and statue of King Alfred the Great?
  • Where are the headquarters of the Rugby Union?
  • Where are the painted lakes?
  • Where are the Quantocks
  • Where are the semicircular canals in the body?
  • Where are the Shankly Gates ?
  • Where are the Tivoli Gardens?
  • Where are trees laid out in the form of troops at a famous battle?
  • Where are you if you 'wake up in a city that never sleeps'?
  • Where are you if you are at 'Billy Williams' cabbage patch'?
  • Where are your clavicles?
  • Where did Aston Villa win the European Cup in 1982?
  • Where did Britain's first evening meeting take place?
  • Where did Chaplin live after being banned from the US in 1953?
  • Where did Charlotte and Emily go to study languages in 1842?
  • Where did chess originate in the second century AD?
  • Where did Edward VIII spend most of World War II?
  • Where did English Channel swimmer Matthew Webb die?
  • Where did Greeks and Turks clash in major unrest in 1964?
  • Where did Indian ink originally come from?
  • Where did Jonjo O'Neill break his leg so badly that amputation was considered?
  • Where did Ken Barlow's father get the money that enabled him to move out of Coronation Street?
  • Where did Larry the Lamb live?
  • Where did Madness say they were Driving in 1982?
  • Where did Madness say they were Driving in 1982?
  • Where did Martin Luther King make his 'I have a dream' speech?
  • Where did Martin Luther King make his 'I have a dream' speech?
  • Where did Monroe appear from when she sang 'Happy Birthday' to President Kennedy?
  • Where did Pat Boone write his Love Letters?
  • Where did Princess Diana's mother have a farm at the time of the royal engagement?
  • Where did Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin meet in 1945?
  • Where did Russian troops crush an anti-Soviet uprising in 1956?
  • Where did the Bevin Boys work?
  • Where did the Boxer Rising take place between 1898 and 1900?
  • Where did the Lace which the Big Bopper sang about come from?
  • Where did the mujahideen resist Soviet attack?
  • Where did the Norse gods live?
  • Where did the old London Bridge move to from the Thames?
  • Where did the passenger liner 'Queen Elizabeth' catch fire in 1972?
  • Where did the Sandinistas overthrow the government in 1979?
  • Where did the strongest earthquake ever recorded take place in 1960?
  • Where did the Vikings originally come from?
  • Where did the world's first controlled nuclear reaction take place in 1942?
  • Where did the Wright brothers fly their first glider in 1900?
  • Where did they record the album 'Goat's Head Soup'?
  • Where did William III defeat a French and Irish army in 1690?
  • Where did Worzel Gummidge live?
  • Where did ZANU and ZAPU fight for independence?
  • Where do Clubhouse hail from, who had hits with 'Do It Again - Billie Jean' and 'Light My Fire'?
  • Where do Jackie Collins' 'Wives, Husbands and Kids' live?
  • Where do koalas live?
  • Where do Middlesex play home matches?
  • Where do the Graafian follicles develop?
  • Where do the Greek gods live?
  • Where does 'Bull's Blood' originate?
  • Where does a kangaroo keep its young?
  • Where does an arboreal animal live?
  • Where does Ernie Els hail from?
  • Where does Gloria Estefan's Sound Machine come from?
  • Where does Gloria Estefan's Sound Machine come from?
  • Where does Miss Marple live?
  • Where does Polly Sherman work?
  • Where does the Australian Open Tennis Championship take place?
  • Where does the berg wind blow?
  • Where does the Lhasa Apso dog originate?
  • Where does the M5 go to and from?
  • Where does the martial art taekwondo originate?
  • Where does the name Fray Bentos come from in connection with corned beef?
  • Where does the rainforest meet the sea in northern Queensland?
  • Where does Whigfield hail from?
  • Where had Charlene never been to in 1982?
  • Where in a horse is the coffin joint?
  • Where in Britain would you find Roedean Girls' School?
  • Where in Canada is the world's second-largest French-speaking city?
  • Where in China is the Forbidden City?
  • Where in Doncaster did the St Leger take place before it was transferred to Town Moor?
  • Where in England do you go to shout 'Come on, you greens'?
  • Where in England was the first commercial nuclear power station built?
  • Where in France is the ground known as Le Stadium?
  • Where in Gdansk was Solidarity founded?
  • Where in Germany were this team involved in an air crash in 1958?
  • Where in India is the Golden Temple, centre of the Sikh religion?
  • Where in Indiana was actor Gary Cooper born?
  • Where in Italy was Mussolini executed?
  • Where in London is the Royal Opera House?
  • Where in London is the Central Criminal Court?
  • Where in London is the statue of Peter Pan?
  • Where in London would you find the sculpture of Prospero and Ariel?
  • Where in North Africa did a war for independence take place between 1954 and 1962?
  • Where in Norway were the 1994 Winter Olympic games held?
  • Where in Spain was Pablo Picasso born?
  • Where in the 1960s was there a Cultural Revolution?
  • Where in the body is the cranium?
  • Where in the body is the humerus?
  • Where in the body is the thyroid gland?
  • Where in the cell is DNA stored?
  • Where in the House of Lords do peers with no party loyalties sit?
  • Where in the UK did the longest-lasting rainbow glow for three hours?
  • Where in the United States would you find Washington's head 18 metres high?
  • Where in the USA was the centre for the 1984 Olympic Games?
  • Where in the USA was the centre for the 1984 Olympic Games?
  • Where in the West Indies did Brian Lara score his record-breaking 375?
  • Where in the world can the largest cannon be seen?
  • Where in the world can you see two bridges linking one continent with another?
  • Where in the world would you find a vicuna and an alpaca?
  • Where in Uganda was a hijacked Air France plane stormed in 1976?
  • Where in your body is the frontal bone?
  • Where in your body is the tibia?
  • Where is 70s chart topper Charles Aznavour from?
  • Where is a fish's caudal fin?
  • Where is a fish's dorsal fin?
  • Where is a passion play staged every ten years?
  • Where is Charles Darwin buried?
  • Where is England's largest castle?
  • Where is Kent's cricket ground headquarters?
  • Where is O'Hare International airport?
  • Where is Randwick racecourse situated?
  • Where is Santiago de Compostela?
  • Where is Scotland's largest malt whisky distillery?
  • Where is the 'home of golf'?
  • Where is the 19th hole on an 18 hole golf course?
  • Where is the Book of Kells?
  • Where is the Devil's Tower?
  • Where is the EC headquarters?
  • Where is the fictional Bayview Retirement Home?
  • Where is the Fiddler in the musical which starred Topol?
  • Where is the final of the US Open played?
  • Where is the Gulf of Carpentaria?
  • Where is the Happy Valley racecourse?
  • Where is the headquarters of the International Monetary Fund ?
  • Where is the headquarters of the International Monetary Fund?
  • Where is the headquarters of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development?
  • Where is the highest traffic density in the world?
  • Where is the Jacobean playwright Ben Jonson buried?
  • Where is the Jorvik centre?
  • Where is the largest church in the world?
  • Where is the main space exploration centre in Florida?
  • Where is the main space exploration centre in Florida?
  • Where is the metatarsal arch?
  • Where is The Netherlands' seat of government and administration?
  • Where is the New York Stock Exchange?
  • Where is the pituitary gland?
  • Where is the Prince of Wales' home in Gloucestershire?
  • Where is the Queen's Scottish residence?
  • Where is the Royal and Ancient Golf Club?
  • Where is the Sea of Showers?
  • Where is the secretariat of the European Parliament based?
  • Where is the Shwa Dagon Pagoda?
  • Where is the surgery of Dr Richard Locke?
  • Where is the tramontana?
  • Where is the US Masters held?
  • Where is the US National Radio Astronomy Observatory?
  • Where is the wettest place in England?
  • Where is the Wind in the story about Toad and Badger?
  • Where is the world's largest mine?
  • Where is the world's oldest tobogganing club?
  • Where is there a Nelson's column other than the one in London ?
  • Where might you find a breeze block?
  • Where on the human body is the skin the thinnest?
  • Where on the Pacific coast does the Trans-Siberian railway terminate?
  • Where should Muslims make a pilgrimage to once in their lifetime?
  • Where was Barry Sheene involved in a 175 mph crash in 1975?
  • Where was Billy Joel's Girl in his 1983 Number 1?
  • Where was Billy Joel's Girl in his 1983 Number 1?
  • Where was Bob Hope born?
  • Where was Botswana's seat of government prior to 1965, after which it moved to Gaborone?
  • Where was Captain Cook killed?
  • Where was Cathy told to Come in the 1966 play about homelessness?
  • Where was Eddie Murphy a Cop in the film series?
  • Where was Enoch Powell a professor of Greek at the age of 25?
  • Where was Europe's first hard-paste porcelain made?
  • Where was Europe's largest Gothic cathedral rebuilt after World War II?
  • Where was Glenn Miller flying to when his plane disappeared?
  • Where was he posted when he joined the army in 1958?
  • Where was he posted when he joined the army in 1958?
  • Where was Love in the 1994 record breaking hit by Wet Wet Wet?
  • Where was Love in the 1994 record breaking hit by Wet Wet Wet?
  • Where was Marat when Charlotte Corday murdered him?
  • Where was Margaret Thatcher when news came that she had failed to win the first leadership ballot?
  • Where was Michael J. Fox Back to in 1985?
  • Where was Mohammed born?
  • Where was PC George Dixon's 'patch'?
  • Where was Robbie Burns born in Ayrshire?
  • Where was Sinatra born on 12 December 1915?
  • Where was someone Sleepless in the film with Meg Ryan?
  • Where was Thatcher described as a circus buffoon in September 1990?
  • Where was the Barber from in the title of Rossini's opera?
  • Where was the Barber from in the title of Rossini's opera?
  • Where was the Canadian goldrush which began in 1896?
  • Where was the childhood home of the Queen Mother?
  • Where was the decimal system developed?
  • Where was the Derby held during the two World Wars?
  • Where was the Doggie when Lita Roza asked how much it was?
  • Where was the Ferry going across on the charity record in 1989?
  • Where was the Ferry going across on the charity record in 1989?
  • Where was the first Rugby Union World Cup held?
  • Where was the first-ever US Open played in 1895?
  • Where was the last battle between Britain and the United States?
  • Where was the last live Beatles' performance?
  • Where was the last live Beatles' performance?
  • Where was the main arena for the 1948 Olympic Games?
  • Where was the main residence of British sovereigns from 1698 to 1837?
  • Where was the Mount Pinatubo eruption?
  • Where was the Royal Mint until 1810?
  • Where was the treaty signed that established the EEC?
  • Where was the wheel clamp first used in Europe?
  • Where was the world's first cast-iron bridge built?
  • Where was the world's first lighthouse, built of white marble?
  • Where was there a horrific air crash in December 1993?
  • Where were David Bowie and Mick Jagger Dancing in 1985?
  • Where were David Bowie and Mick Jagger Dancing in 1985?
  • Where were Eternal just a step from in 1994?
  • Where were Eternal just a step from in 1994?
  • Where were Gurkhas originally from?
  • Where were Norse gods said to live?
  • Where were Robert Frost's poems first published?
  • Where were Robert Frost's poems first published?
  • Where were the 1952 Olympic Games held?
  • Where were the 1964 Olympics held?
  • Where were the characters in 'Porridge'?
  • Where were the first European coffee houses opened?
  • Where were the Robinson family lost in the 1960s series?
  • Where were the tulips from, which Max Bygraves sang about?
  • Where were you invited to sit in to watch some theatre?
  • Where would a Manx person come from?
  • Where would you be if you had climbed Mount Olympus?
  • Where would you eat if you were eating al fresco?
  • Where would you experience a southerly buster?
  • Where would you experience a williwaw?
  • Where would you find a canal in a national park in Britain?
  • Where would you find a dead man's handle?
  • Where would you find a kibbutz?
  • Where would you find Amsterdam Island, Kerguelen and Crozet Island?
  • Where would you find an avenue of sphinxes?
  • Where would you find barbels on a fish?
  • Where would you find Britain's tallest blocks of flats?
  • Where would you find the 18th-century Assembly Rooms and Royal Crescent?
  • Where would you find the Backs and the Bridge of Sighs?
  • Where would you find the Bell Harry tower?
  • Where would you find the vox humana and vox angelica together?
  • Where would you find treads and risers close together?
  • Where would you go to find a wild vampire bat?
  • Where would you go to watch a Furry dance?
  • Where would you look to discover the Mount of the Moon and the Girdle of Venus?
  • Where would you see fog called the Tablecloth?
  • Where would you see the Dow Jones index?
  • Where would you see the FT-SE share index?
  • Where would you speak English and Maltese?
  • Where would you travel to find the Sea of Tranquillity?
  • Where, in Baker Street, did Sherlock Holmes live?
  • Where, today, would you find a bailiwick?
  • Whereabouts on a whale are its flukes?
  • Which folk singer was called 'Judas' for going electric?
  • Which radio commentator is known as 'Aggers'?
  • Which virtuoso jazz drummer started out in a vaudeville act as Baby Trapps the Drum Wonder?
  • Which 'Baywatch' star married Tommy Lee?
  • Which 'Blue Peter' presenter was in 'Space 1999' and 'Fallen Hero'?
  • Which 'Blue Peter' team member was knocked out by a flying marrow?
  • Which 'copper' tree has reddish brown leaves?
  • Which 'Coronation Street' star sang 'Where Will You Be?' in 1968?
  • Which 'Coronation Street' supermarket employed Reg and Vera?
  • Which 'Crossroads' star had been used by John Logie Baird in TV experiments?
  • Which 'Dad's Army' actor was married to Hattie Jacques?
  • Which 'Dad's Army' character had a No 1 hit?
  • Which 'EastEnders' star had a hit with 'The Ugly Duckling'?
  • Which 'famous first' is attributed to asparagus in Britain?
  • Which 'Good Life' star played the lodger in 'Goodbye Mr Kent'?
  • Which 'Good Lifer' starred on TV as Edward VII's sister?
  • Which 'Knight Rider' travelled to 'Baywatch'?
  • Which 'ologists study the future through the movement of the planets?
  • Which 'ologists' study bumps on the human head?
  • Which 'ology' is concerned with fossils?
  • Which 'ology' is concerned with the human skin?
  • Which 'ology' is concerned with the study and treatment of crime?
  • Which 'ology' is the art of ringing bells?
  • Which 'ology' is the study of human life?
  • Which 'Opportunity Knocks' winner represented Britain on Eurovision?
  • Which 'Professionals' were played by Lewis Collins and Martin Shaw?
  • Which 'village in the rainforest' at the highest end of the Barron Gorge is the home to the only permanent Aboriginal theatre in Australia?
  • Which 'well preserved' group had a hit with 'Going Underground'?
  • Which 'well preserved' group had a hit with 'Going Underground'?
  • Which 007 was once the 'Big Fry' man in TV adverts?
  • Which 10CC member wrote 'For Your Love' for The Yardbirds?
  • Which 11th-century wizard became trapped in the 20th century?
  • Which 16th-century scientist proposed that the Earth orbited the Sun?
  • Which 17-year-old German won the Wimbledon men's singles?
  • Which 17-year-old German won the Wimbledon men's singles?
  • Which 18th-century German soldier was famous for his exaggerated accounts of his adventures?
  • Which 18th-century priest discovered that plants absorb air?
  • Which 19-year-old Evonne triumphed at Wimbledon in 1971?
  • Which 1920s blues singer recorded 'Down Hearted Blues'?
  • Which 1930s US criminal was known as 'Public Enemy No 1'?
  • Which 1950 film with Monroe in a minor role is famous for the line, 'Fasten your seatbelts - it's going to be a bumpy night.'?
  • Which 1950s pop star is Kim Wilde's father?
  • Which 1950s star was known as Mr Piano?
  • Which 1952 film gave Monroe her first big role?
  • Which 1957 motor racing champion was the oldest of all time?
  • Which 1960s art vogue was based on optical illusion?
  • Which 1960s band featured Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page?
  • Which 1960s group were named after a football pools company?
  • Which 1960s hit singer was famous for his trousers splitting on stage?
  • Which 1960s pop magazine promoted Radio Luxembourg DJs as stars?
  • Which 1960s pop star played the lead in 'Love Hurts'?
  • Which 1960s soap cast Haverhill in Suffolk as Angleton new town?
  • Which 1960s Stones' hit had the longest title?
  • Which 1960s TV personality always ended his show in a white E-type Jaguar?
  • Which 1969 film featured cockney ram-raiders in Turin?
  • Which 1970s ecologists had their own TV series?
  • Which 1970s film is seen as greatly popularising disco dancing?
  • Which 1970s series was based on novels by Anthony Trollope ?
  • Which 1983 video for the title track was banned?
  • Which 1987 play by Caryl Churchill satirised London's brash young financial brokers?
  • Which 1990s English Test pace bowler has the same first name as an English county?
  • Which 1995 movie starred a wet Kevin Costner?
  • Which 4th Division team reached the first League Cup Final in 1962?
  • Which 60s group was formed by the Wilson brothers?
  • Which 7000-island country lies in the Pacific, northeast of the South China Sea?
  • Which 90s band sounds like a fertile spot in the desert?
  • Which 90s band sounds like a fertile spot in the desert?
  • Which 90s show featured 'Jessie's Diets'?
  • Which acid builds up in the muscles during severe exercise?
  • Which actor can be found in The Nag's Head and The Royal Oak?
  • Which actor is waiting in the title of the Bananarama hit?
  • Which actor links 'The Chief' and 'The Professionals'?
  • Which actor played Jim Hacker in TV's 'Yes Prime Minister'?
  • Which actor plays Alec Gilroy in 'Coronation Street'?
  • Which actor plays the title role in 'Lovejoy'?
  • Which actor recorded that he 'was born under a wand'rin' star'?
  • Which actor shared his name with the winner of the 1939 British Open?
  • Which actor talked to a six-foot high, invisible rabbit in the film 'Harvey'?
  • Which actor was born Joe Yule Jnr in 1920?
  • Which actor's real name is Walter Matasschansayasky?
  • Which actor's real name was Reginald Carey?
  • Which actor/songwriter is closely linked to Jim Jarmusch?
  • Which actress co-starred with Monroe in 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes'?
  • Which actress did Sam Torrance marry?
  • Which actress fluttered into the role of 'Laura and Disorder'?
  • Which actress is the wife of Simon MacCorkindale?
  • Which actress Jane developed her fitness programmes?
  • Which actress Joanna played Patsy in 'Absolutely Fabulous'?
  • Which actress played wife No 1 in 'The Six Wives of Henry VIII' and Mrs Victor Meldrew?
  • Which actress Rula married Dennis Waterman?
  • Which actress said, 'I want to be alone'?
  • Which actress should have partnered Serge Gainsbourg on 'Je t'aime' but withdrew from the project?
  • Which actress starred in the series 'A Woman of Substance'?
  • Which actress was jailed in 1982 for tax evasion?
  • Which actress was Maureen Lipman's show 'Re Joyce' about ?
  • Which actress was the original choice for Alexis in 'Dynasty'?
  • Which actress won a legal battle against Random House in 1996 ?
  • Which actress's real name is Camille Javal?
  • Which actress's real name is Julia Wells?
  • Which actress's story was portrayed in the 1983 film 'Mommie Dearest'?
  • Which actress/dancer's real name was Virginia McMath?
  • Which actress/model advertises Revlon Flex hair products?
  • Which actress/model gave birth to twins at the age of 44 on November 30th, 1995?
  • Which Addicts are quizzed by Noel Edmonds?
  • Which Admiral gave his name to a weather measurement scale?
  • Which adventurer Indiana was played by Harrison Ford?
  • Which advertiser says, 'We care because you do'?
  • Which African capital was sold to Italy in 1905?
  • Which African capital's name was the name of a hit song by Tommy Steele in 1958?
  • Which African country is the tiger native to?
  • Which African side was invited to the Rugby Union World Cup in 1987?
  • Which African tribe is known for being the tallest people in the world?
  • Which aid organisation's emblem is the Swiss flag with its colours reversed?
  • Which aids to calculation did John Napier devise?
  • Which air cushion vehicle was invented by Christopher Cockerell?
  • Which airline company first made a commercial flight in a Boeing 747 from New York to London?
  • Which airline was originally called Dobrolet?
  • Which airline's identification code is VS?
  • Which airport was officially classified as the busiest in the world in 1999?
  • Which airship exploded in New Jersey in 1937?
  • Which airways featured on Typically Tropical's only No 1?
  • Which Alan Bleasdale offering won the BAFTA Drama award in 1982?
  • Which Alan Plater TV adaptation starred Kenneth Branagh as Guy Pringle?
  • Which Alan wrote 'Boys From the Blackstuff'?
  • Which album did he release three years after announcing his retirement?
  • Which album from 1978 was reissued in 1991 and led to a 1993 sequel?
  • Which alcoholic drink is flavoured with juniper?
  • Which Alfred mapped out moorland routes in northern England?
  • Which Alfred, a master film maker, died in 1980?
  • Which all-rounder took 100 wickets and scored 1000 runs in 16 seasons between 1903 and 1926?
  • Which alloy of tin and lead is used for making tankards and mugs?
  • Which alternative comedian wrote 'Gridlock'?
  • Which Alvin Stardust hit was one word repeated three times?
  • Which amateur jockey's first winner was Gulfland at Redcar in 1986?
  • Which American ambassador is the mother of Winston Churchill MP?
  • Which American ambassador is the mother of Winston Churchill MP?
  • Which American Andy hosted a long running easy music show?
  • Which American answer to Band Aid sang 'We Are the World'?
  • Which American city is named after a British prime minister?
  • Which American comedian's last words were, 'That was the best ice-cream soda I ever tasted'?
  • Which American folk hero is the title of a ballet by Aaron Copland?
  • Which American football star was acquitted of his wife's murder?
  • Which American founded the Jehovah's Witnesses?
  • Which American guitarist had gone partly deaf by the 1980s?
  • Which American humorist invented the town of Lake Wobegon?
  • Which American played in the British Open only once and won it?
  • Which American president had a wife known as Ladybird?
  • Which American president had the first names John Fitzgerald?
  • Which American rodent builds dams and fells trees?
  • Which American state does cajun music come from?
  • Which American Thomas developed the light bulb?
  • Which American told Madam Butterfly that he loved her?
  • Which American won the British Open Golf championship five times between 1975 and 1983?
  • Which American writer was christened Samuel Langhorne Clemens?
  • Which Ancient British priests were associated with mistletoe?
  • Which Andy has played for Southampton, Norwich, Chelsea and Aston Villa?
  • Which Andy said, 'In the future everyone will be famous for 15 minutes?'
  • Which Anglo-French supersonic aircraft made its first flight in 1969?
  • Which animal does ermine come from?
  • Which animal is associated with Paddy McGinty?
  • Which animal is regarded as the one with the longest life span?
  • Which animal is the symbol of the US Republican party?
  • Which animal might be Siberian or Caspian?
  • Which animal was once called a foul marten?
  • Which animal's name comes first in the dictionary?
  • Which animal's name literally means 'earth pig'?
  • Which animal's name means river horse?
  • Which animal's nickname is 'ship of the desert'?
  • Which animals are a favourite of investigator Jemima Shore?
  • Which animals are described as canine?
  • Which animals communicate by touch, smell and dance?
  • Which animals congregate in musters?
  • Which animals in London are connected with Edwin Landseer?
  • Which animals is George Stubbs famous for painting?
  • Which animals love nepeta, giving the latter its common name?
  • Which animals took Hannibal over the Alps?
  • Which animals was the series 'Trainer' about?
  • Which animals was the series 'Trainer' about?
  • Which Anne kept a diary while in hiding during the Second World War?
  • Which Anneka was challenged on TV?
  • Which annual race was first held in 1829?
  • Which Arab capital's name is the name of a sweet dessert wine?
  • Which architect designed New York's Guggenheim Museum?
  • Which area of Russia has had the lowest temperatures in the world recorded there?
  • Which area of the economy is the CAP concerned with?
  • Which Argentinian cruiser was sunk outside an exclusion zone during the Falklands War?
  • Which armoured combat vehicle was first used in World War I?
  • Which army commander was known as 'The Desert Fox'?
  • Which art gallery is in Trafalgar Square?
  • Which artery supplies the kidney with blood?
  • Which Arthur Miller play is a comment on McCarthyism?
  • Which Arthur Miller play is a comment on McCarthyism?
  • Which artist did Brian and Michael sing about?
  • Which artist painted 'Sunflowers'?
  • Which artist was the first to win Eurovision twice?
  • Which Asian capital is at the head of the Mekong Delta?
  • Which astronaut was the second man to set foot on the moon?
  • Which astronomer gave his name to the comet seen every 76 years?
  • Which athlete set six world records in less than an hour in 1935?
  • Which athlete was the first to run a mile in under four minutes?
  • Which atomic energy establishment used to be called Windscale?
  • Which Austen novel was first called 'Elinor and Marianne'?
  • Which Austen novel was originally called 'First Impressions'?
  • Which Australasian rock band includes singer Michael Hutchence?
  • Which Australian bird does not fly?
  • Which Australian bird is famous for laughing?
  • Which Australian city hosted its final Formula 1 race in 1995?
  • Which Australian city is named after William IV's queen?
  • Which Australian city stands near the mouth of the Yarra river?
  • Which Australian cricketer needed to score only four in his final test innings to average 100, yet only got a duck?
  • Which Australian had a hit with 'I Should Be So Lucky'?
  • Which Australian had three consecutive No 1s between December 1988 and June 1989?
  • Which Australian outlaw did Mick Jagger play on film?
  • Which Australian pair dominated the men's doubles in the late 1960s?
  • Which Australian presented 'Animal Hospital'?
  • Which Australian presented 'Animal Hospital'?
  • Which Australian soap is set in Summer Bay?
  • Which Australian tycoon started a 'circus' in the 1970s?
  • Which Australian writer, the author of the 'The Tree of Man' and 'Voss', won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1973?
  • Which Austrian sang 'Rock Me Amadeus' in 1986?
  • Which author of 'Cranford' wrote the 'Life of Charlotte Bronte' in 1857?
  • Which author said, 'An archaeologist is the best husband a woman can have, the older she gets, the more interested he becomes in her'?
  • Which award did Chaplin receive in 1975?
  • Which bacterium causes toxic shock syndrome?
  • Which ballet company is 'resident' at London's Royal Opera House?
  • Which ballet has the same name as a love story by Shakespeare?
  • Which ballet has the same name as a love story by Shakespeare?
  • Which band features the lyrics of Michael Stipe?
  • Which band had a hit with '‚a plane pour moi'?
  • Which band had a top hit with 'Country House'?
  • Which band had a top hit with 'Country House'?
  • Which band has the same name as the first book in the Bible?
  • Which band headed by Mark Knopfler wanted 'Money for Nothing'?
  • Which band headed by Mark Knopfler wanted 'Money for Nothing'?
  • Which band shares its name with a form for the unemployed?
  • Which band shares its name with a form for the unemployed?
  • Which bandleader shared his name with a British prime minister?
  • Which bandleader's catchphrase was 'Wakey Wakey!'?
  • Which bandmaster composed 'The Stars and Stripes Forever'?
  • Which Bank is made of sand in the North Sea?
  • Which Barbra sang 'A Woman In Love'?
  • Which Baron of Largs gave his name to the degrees on the absolute scale?
  • Which baronial castle is the seat of the only British subject allowed to maintain his own private army?
  • Which Barry became world 500cc motor-cycling champion?
  • Which batsman's nickname was 'The Barnacle'?
  • Which Bay housed the island prison Alcatraz?
  • Which bean is the richest natural vegetable food?
  • Which Beatle died in Hamburg in 1962?
  • Which Beatle died in Hamburg in 1962?
  • Which Beatle was shot dead in New York?
  • Which Beatles song did The Overlanders take to No 1?
  • Which Beatles song is the most recorded song of all time?
  • Which Beatles song is the most recorded song of all time?
  • Which Beatles song was banned by the BBC because its initials were said to be drug-related?
  • Which Beatles song was banned by the BBC because its initials were said to be drug-related?
  • Which Beatles song was the theme for 'Read All About It'?
  • Which Beautiful South song begins, 'He was just a social drinker'
  • Which beautiful youth did the Greek goddess Aphrodite love?
  • Which beech tree has purplish leaves?
  • Which Belgian won Le Mans six times between 1969 and 1982?
  • Which bell said, 'You owe me five farthings'?
  • Which Berlin hit advertised a car?
  • Which Biblical Garden did Frankie Vaughan sing about?
  • Which Biblical town was destroyed with Gomorrah?
  • Which big cat has the proper name Acinonyx jubatus?
  • Which bingo number is clickety click?
  • Which biologist Charles studied the evolution of the species?
  • Which bird added to a Crest completes a soap series?
  • Which bird can fly the fastest?
  • Which bird did Benjamin Franklin want to be the US emblem?
  • Which bird did Noah first send out of the ark?
  • Which bird featured in the film 'Kes'?
  • Which bird gave Fleetwood Mac a No 1 instrumental?
  • Which bird has a red breast?
  • Which bird has the Latin name Troglodytes troglodytes?
  • Which bird has the same name as a chess piece?
  • Which bird is also the name of a play by Chekhov?
  • Which bird is associated with Lundy Island?
  • Which bird is sacred in Peru?
  • Which bird is said to eat live sheep?
  • Which bird is so called because of its fast flight?
  • Which bird is sometimes called the windhover?
  • Which bird is the symbol of peace?
  • Which bird is the symbol of the RSPB?
  • Which bird lays its eggs in the nests of others?
  • Which bird lays the largest egg?
  • Which bird of prey Has Landed, in the book by Jack Higgins?
  • Which bird song sounds like chiff-chaff chiff-chaff?
  • Which bird starts its name with the word 'Bull'?
  • Which bird was said to deliver babies?
  • Which bird was selected in 1961 as the British national bird?
  • Which birds are associated with the Tower of London?
  • Which birds are traditionally used by Japanese fishermen to help them catch fish?
  • Which birds can be barn, tawny or snowy?
  • Which birds congregate in a gaggle?
  • Which birds group to mate and are shot in braces?
  • Which Birds were flatmates in Liverpool?
  • Which Bizet opera features the duet 'Au Fond du Temple Saint'?
  • Which black and white mammal lives in China's bamboo forests?
  • Which black and white mammal sprays a foul smelling liquid when attacked?
  • Which blonde film star sang about her Secret Love?
  • Which blonde sex symbol used the pseudonym Jane Mast?
  • Which bloom's name means golden flower, although it can be many different colours?
  • Which bluesman had a No 1 with 'Let The Heartaches Begin'?
  • Which board game inspired a TV whodunnit show?
  • Which board game involves moving through rooms to solve a murder?
  • Which body assesses whether a take-over is in the public interest?
  • Which body ensures the purity of the French language?
  • Which body founded the anti-smoking organisation, ASH, in 1971?
  • Which Boeing plane entered commercial service in 1958?
  • Which Bond movie featured the partially dressed Ursula Andress?
  • Which Bond movie was a hit for Sheena Easton?
  • Which book by Darwin discussed human evolution?
  • Which book had, by law, to be owned by every member of the population of the country between 1966 and 1971?
  • Which book is the bestselling contemporary book of recent years?
  • Which book of the Bible tell us about the creation of the world?
  • Which book records debates in Parliament?
  • Which book's hero is Rupert Campbell-Black and Jake his main rival?
  • Which bored housewife Shirley had an unforgettable Greek holiday?
  • Which Boris became president of the Russian Federation in 1991?
  • Which botanist gave his name to fuchsias?
  • Which Boulevard is the title of a musical?
  • Which Bowie No 1 was a reissue of his that charted in 1969?
  • Which bowler Dominic took a Test hat-trick in 1995?
  • Which bowler ended Brian Lara's record-breaking Test innings of 375?
  • Which bowler was the first to be hit for six sixes in an over?
  • Which boxer used to enter the ring to Tina Turner's 'Simply The Best'?
  • Which boxer won gold for Canada in Seoul in 1988?
  • Which boy with a girl's name did Johnny Cash sing about?
  • Which boy's name took Sister Sledge to No 1 in 1985?
  • Which branch of medical science is concerned with muscle?
  • Which branch of the armed forces did Prince Edward briefly join in 1986?
  • Which branch of the arts was Barbara Hepworth famous for?
  • Which brass musical instrument shares its name with an ice-cream?
  • Which Brazilian was world champion driver in 1972 and 1974?
  • Which breakfast food was developed by Will Keith Kellogg in 1898?
  • Which Breakfast News presenter took over the Holiday programme?
  • Which Breakfast News presenter took over the Holiday programme?
  • Which Brecht play presents a dilemma about motherhood?
  • Which breed of dog is a cross between an Irish wolfhound and a greyhound?
  • Which breed of dog is named after a character in a novel by Sir Walter Scott?
  • Which breed of puppy advertises Andrex bathroom tissue?
  • Which breed of setter is named after a British duke?
  • Which breed of setter is named after an English duke?
  • Which breed of spaniel shares its name with a king?
  • Which breed was described by Aristotle as 'a cross between a dog and a tiger'?
  • Which Brendan won the only British track and field medal of the 1976 Olympic Games?
  • Which Brian appeared in 'Z Cars' and 'Cats' and is an authority on Mount Everest?
  • Which British actress played Alexis in 'Dynasty'?
  • Which British car was the first to sell over a million models?
  • Which British city is served by Aldergrove airport?
  • Which British coin ceased to be legal tender on June 30th, 1980?
  • Which British dependent territory has a capital called The Valley?
  • Which British doctor invented the disc brake in 1902?
  • Which British driver had five British Grand Prix wins during the 1960s?
  • Which British golfer Tony won the US Open Championship?
  • Which British golfer won the British Open in 1969?
  • Which British king reigned from 1830 to 1837?
  • Which British king was the first to own and drive a motor car?
  • Which British man got to three Wimbledon semi-finals in the 60s and 70s?
  • Which British monarch was the husband of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother?
  • Which British motorcyclist won 14 Isle of Man Tourist Trophy titles?
  • Which British national daily newspaper ceased publication in 1995?
  • Which British newspaper is nicknamed 'The Thunderer'?
  • Which British Olympic gold ice skating medallist died in 1995?
  • Which British orchestra emulated the sound of Glenn Miller?
  • Which British pair won the Wimbledon mixed doubles in 1987?
  • Which British player won the 1977 women's singles at Wimbledon?
  • Which British playwright said, 'Never trust a man with short legs - brains too near their bottoms'?
  • Which British political party is included in the European People's Party group in the European Parliament?
  • Which British politician became leader of the Liberal party in 1956?
  • Which British prime minister once said, 'Is a man an ape or an angel? Now I am on the side of the angels'?
  • Which British prime minister spoke of 'peace in our time'?
  • Which British prime minister was known as 'Dizzy'?
  • Which British prime minister wrote 'Coningsby' and 'Sybil'?
  • Which British rock band had Syd Barrett among its founders?
  • Which British skater won gold in 1980?
  • Which British soap was set in a motel?
  • Which British sport has the most participants?
  • Which British university was the first to offer a degree in brewing?
  • Which Briton broke the world land speed record in the US in 1983?
  • Which Briton was world champion in 1976 and retired three years later?
  • Which Broadway show was based on the life of The Supremes?
  • Which Brotherhood had a Eurovision winner in 1976?
  • Which brothers built the first American petrol-driven motor cars in 1892?
  • Which brothers flew the first manned, powered aeroplane?
  • Which brothers starred in the film 'Duck Soup'?
  • Which brothers, Jacob and Wilhelm, wrote fairy tales?
  • Which Bruce starred in 'Die Hard'?
  • Which Buddy was killed in a plane crash?
  • Which building is used for the election of a pope?
  • Which building moisture problem was the title of the series about Rigsby and Miss Jones?
  • Which building toy was designed by a Dane, Ole Kirk Christiansen?
  • Which buildings did Don Quixote mistake for evil giants?
  • Which cabinet minister Cecil was forced to resign after his jilted mistress told her side of events to the press?
  • Which came first the House of Tudor or the House of Stuart?
  • Which Canadian has been a DJ on Luxembourg, Capital, Radio One, Radio Four and Radio Trent?
  • Which canal had an opera written especially for its opening?
  • Which canal links the lochs of the Great Glen?
  • Which canal takes food through your body?
  • Which cape is at the northernmost tip of Australia in Queensland?
  • Which capital began as the village of Edo?
  • Which capital city has a state within it?
  • Which capital houses the Great Mosque and the Gate of God?
  • Which capital in the West Indies is to be found on New Providence Island?
  • Which capital is known as Leukosia or Lefkosa by its inhabitants?
  • Which capital is known as the Eternal City?
  • Which capital is linked to Almada by a bridge over the River Tagus?
  • Which capital is on the slopes of the volcano Pichincha?
  • Which capital is the largest city in Africa?
  • Which capital lies on the river Helmand?
  • Which capital was founded in 1566 by the Knights of St John?
  • Which capital's 'Spring' was shattered by Soviet tanks?
  • Which capital's former name was Christiania?
  • Which capital's heating comes from natural hot springs?
  • Which capital's main industrial area is Piraeus?
  • Which captain of Darwin's ship HMS 'Beagle' became governor of New Zealand?
  • Which card game has the same name as a horse-racing town?
  • Which card game has two forms, called auction and contract?
  • Which card game involves quickly spotting matching pairs?
  • Which card game is another name for a prison van?
  • Which Carpenters hit was the name of a food dish?
  • Which Carry On star became Phil and Grant's mum in 'EastEnders'?
  • Which Cars were at the heart of a long-running police drama series?
  • Which cartoon cat is the creation of Jim Davis?
  • Which cartoon character has a tattoo of an anchor on his arm?
  • Which cartoon character has Bluto as his arch rival?
  • Which cartoon character says, 'Smarter than the average bear'?
  • Which cartoon film did The Beatles make in 1969?
  • Which cartoon film did The Beatles make in 1969?
  • Which cartoon group had a No 1 with 'Do The Bartman'?
  • Which cartoon group had a No 1 with 'Do The Bartman'?
  • Which cartoon mouse was Pixie's friend?
  • Which cartoon Rabbit was Framed in 1988?
  • Which cartoon series had a Stone Age setting with Fred and Wilma?
  • Which cartoon villain exclaimed, 'Drat and double drat!'?
  • Which cartoonist draws the Doonesbury strip?
  • Which castle was badly damaged by fire in 1992?
  • Which cathedral has the highest spire in Britain?
  • Which cathedral is also known as the High Kirk of Edinburgh?
  • Which cathedral, opened in 1962, contains the ruins of the old cathedral?
  • Which Causeway is said to have been built as a bridge from Ireland to Scotland?
  • Which cemetery is the resting place of Thackeray and Trollope?
  • Which Central American dictator had the nickname 'Pineapple Face'?
  • Which chain store proprietor commissioned the then tallest inhabitable building in the world in 1913?
  • Which Channel is to the south of Wales?
  • Which character announced 'I'm not here' in times of crisis in 'Drop the Dead Donkey'?
  • Which character appears in all nine of Raymond Chandler's novels?
  • Which character appears in all nine of Raymond Chandler's novels?
  • Which character did Amanda Burton play in 'Brookside'?
  • Which character did Clark Gable play in 'Gone With the Wind'?
  • Which character did Harrison Ford play in 'Star Wars'?
  • Which character did Harry Enfield play in the first series of 'Men Behaving Badly'?
  • Which character has been played by Albert Finney, Peter Ustinov and David Suchet?
  • Which character has been played by Margaret Rutherford and Joan Hickson?
  • Which character in 'The Godfather' is said to be based on Sinatra?
  • Which character says, 'He is the very pineapple of politeness'?
  • Which character sings 'I Don't Know How to Love Him' in 'Jesus Christ Superstar'?
  • Which character was played on TV by both Julie Walters and Lulu?
  • Which character was writing home to give the name to the series 'It Ain't Half Hot Mum'?
  • Which charge card was launched in Britain in September 1963?
  • Which Charles wrote 'The Origin Of Species'?
  • Which chart music show started in 1964?
  • Which child star Shirley won an Oscar at the age of six?
  • Which childhood disease is also known as rubella?
  • Which children's series featured Spectrum and Colonel White?
  • Which children's series told of life in a London comprehensive?
  • Which choc bar was supposed to help you work, rest and play?
  • Which Christian group deny the idea of the Trinity?
  • Which Christmas decoration is a parasite of the apple tree?
  • Which church leader had 27 wives?
  • Which Church was founded by Mary Baker Eddy in the USA in 1879?
  • Which Church's doctrine is set out in the Thirty-Nine Articles?
  • Which Cilla Black show has girls and guys choosing unseen partners?
  • Which city comes from two Gaelic words and means 'the place in the green hollow'?
  • Which city did Black Sabbath come from?
  • Which city do Aston Villa come from?
  • Which city do the Redskins American football team come from?
  • Which city do the Redskins American football team come from?
  • Which city does Willie Thorne come from?
  • Which city gives its name to a rich fruit cake?
  • Which city has a team of the same name and a United team?
  • Which city has given its name to a wheelchair and to a bun?
  • Which city has or had the nickname Auld Reekie?
  • Which city has teams called Rovers and City?
  • Which city has teams called Wednesday and United?
  • Which city has the largest population in the world?
  • Which city holds an annual Arts Festival?
  • Which city in eastern England has been the venue for a long-standing folk festival?
  • Which city in North Wales has the name of a Welsh saint?
  • Which city in Ontario is known as Steel City of Canada?
  • Which city in the south of the country is its second largest?
  • Which city in the world has the largest population?
  • Which city is a holy one for three religions?
  • Which city is at the mouth of the rivers Don and Dee?
  • Which city is built on the site of the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan?
  • Which city is home to Racing Club and River Plate?
  • Which city is known in its own language as Baile Atha Cliath?
  • Which city is often called The Fair City?
  • Which city is said to have been founded by Romulus and Remus?
  • Which city is Scotland's capital?
  • Which city is served by Ringway Airport?
  • Which city is served by Speke airport?
  • Which city is the administrative headquarters of Cumbria?
  • Which city is the setting for 'Saturday Night Fever'?
  • Which city of central England gave its name to a shade of green?
  • Which City Rollers had a hit with 'Bye Bye Baby'?
  • Which city shares its name with a city in Australia?
  • Which city was 'so good they named it twice'?
  • Which city was 'The Tube' broadcast from?
  • Which city was a Roman fortress called Deva and retains its medieval walls?
  • Which city was built on seven hills?
  • Which city was linked with gangster Al Capone in the 1920s?
  • Which city was once known as Eboracum?
  • Which city was the focus of Presley's work in the 1970s?
  • Which city was the focus of Presley's work in the 1970s?
  • Which city with 3 million inhabitants is Australia's largest?
  • Which city, famous for its canals, did Canaletto paint?
  • Which city, the capital of Tennessee, is famous for its music?
  • Which city, the capital of Tennessee, is famous for its music?
  • Which city's 'Spring' was ended by a Soviet invasion in 1968?
  • Which civilian militia was established under Papa Doc Duvalier?
  • Which civilian militia was established under Papa Doc Duvalier?
  • Which clarinettist had an early 1960s hit with the theme for a TV serial?
  • Which clarinettist lived from 1909 to 1986 and had his 'Story' told in a 1955 film?
  • Which Clark was a journalist on 'The Daily Planet'?
  • Which class of Society is a musical based on 'The Philadelphia Story'?
  • Which classical and show dancer danced on stage with The Princess of Wales?
  • Which classical and show dancer danced on stage with The Princess of Wales?
  • Which classical composer did Richard Chamberlain play in 'The Music Lovers'?
  • Which classical pianist became a pop writer with Howard Greenfield?
  • Which Cliff Richard hit starts 'Imagine a still summer's day'?
  • Which climbing plant has the variety Nelly Moser?
  • Which close relative does Prince Charles share his birthday with?
  • Which club did Gary Lineker play for immediately before going to Barcelona?
  • Which club did Mark Atkins play for in a Premiership winning season?
  • Which club did Peter Beardsley leave when he rejoined Newcastle?
  • Which club did Steve Bruce play for in a Premiership winning season?
  • Which club does snooker promoter Barry Hearn support?
  • Which club has been managed by Brian Clough and Jimmy Armfield?
  • Which club has played in the Premier League with a strip of yellow shirts?
  • Which club is associated with the song 'You'll Never Walk Alone'?
  • Which Club is concerned with pedigree in the dog world?
  • Which club is linked with the playing career of Jimmy Armfield?
  • Which club is linked with the playing career of Tom Finney?
  • Which club reached the FA Cup Final in 1984, 1885 and 1986?
  • Which club was founded by Paul Harris and others in Chicago in 1905?
  • Which club was Prince Charles not allowed to join at Cambridge?
  • Which club was the first to win the Super Bowl two years in succession on two occasions?
  • Which club was the first to win the Super Bowl two years in succession on two occasions?
  • Which club were English soccer champions six times in the 80s?
  • Which club were English soccer champions six times in the 80s?
  • Which club, formed in 1863, won their first trophy 109 years later?
  • Which coin, based on the old shilling, ceased to be legal tender from January 1st, 1991?
  • Which Colonel Oliver starred in the US 'Irongate' court hearing?
  • Which colour Barry was '(Dancin') On a Saturday Night'?
  • Which colour card is used to send a player off?
  • Which colour is associated with Ireland?
  • Which coloured stone was in Fergie's engagement ring?
  • Which colourless, odourless light gas is used to lift airships?
  • Which comedian created Monsieur Hulot?
  • Which comedian created the character of Cosmo Smallpiece?
  • Which comedian died of a heart attack in May 1984 at the age of 58?
  • Which comedian had a half hour show with his name in the title?
  • Which comedian had a hit with 'Funky Moped'?
  • Which comedian had a St Bernard called Schnorbitz?
  • Which comedian said that a bank will lend money to those who can prove they don't need it?
  • Which comedian talked about 'Loadsamoney'?
  • Which comedian took his name from the 1912 British Open?
  • Which comedian uses the catchphrase, 'Rock on, Tommy'?
  • Which comedian was known as 'the lad himself'?
  • Which comedian's catch phrase was, 'Now there's a funny thing'?
  • Which comedy actress wrote 'When's it Coming Out'?
  • Which comedy drama had the theme song 'That's Living Alright'?
  • Which comedy featured characters called Terry Collier and Bob Ferris?
  • Which comedy series featured the Boswell family?
  • Which comedy series married David Jason to Gwen Taylor?
  • Which comedy series starred Dave King and Joe Marcell as tramps?
  • Which comedy show had Shirley Bassey singing in a hobnail boot?
  • Which comic actor and writer co-wrote the book 'Life and How to Survive It'?
  • Which Comic charity promoted National Red Nose Day?
  • Which comic Ken says, 'How tickled I am'?
  • Which comic playwright wrote the trilogy 'The Norman Conquests'?
  • Which comic-strip detective was created by Chester Gould?
  • Which common market area does CARICOM deal with?
  • Which common water pollutant is believed to be harmful to babies?
  • Which communication system is Alexander Graham Bell famous for?
  • Which communist country remained outside the military alliance of eastern bloc countries in 1955?
  • Which Communist leader's real name was Josip Broz?
  • Which Communist leader's real name was Josip Broz?
  • Which communist state was ruled by the Volkskammer?
  • Which company developed the first electronic pocket calculator?
  • Which company first introduced tea bags in Great Britain in 1952?
  • Which company had Nipper the dog as its trade mark?
  • Which company introduced its first commercial computer in 1953?
  • Which company made the first production-line car, the Model T?
  • Which company, famed for stout, was implicated in a share scandal?
  • Which company, motto 'Small is beautiful', was founded in the late 1940s and developed the Walkman?
  • Which compass points formed the title of an American Civil War drama?
  • Which competition is held on Good Friday at Tinsley Green, Sussex?
  • Which competition was organised by Mecca Ltd to coincide with the 1951 Festival of Britain?
  • Which composer did Tom Hulse play in 'Amadeus'?
  • Which composer from East Anglia wrote the opera 'Peter Grimes'?
  • Which composer from East Anglia wrote the opera 'Peter Grimes'?
  • Which composer had a Broadway hit with 'Song and Dance'?
  • Which composer had the Christian names Johann Sebastian
  • Which composer wrote 'The Marriage of Figaro'?
  • Which composer wrote the Water Music?
  • Which Concern is a charity about the needs of the elderly?
  • Which conductor said, 'The English may not like music but they absolutely love the noise it makes'?
  • Which confectionery product changed the colour of one of its sweets from light-brown to blue in 1989?
  • Which Conservative politician William spoke of a 'short, sharp, shock'?
  • Which constellation is named after the mother of Andromeda?
  • Which constellation represents a princess in Greek mythology?
  • Which constituency returned the MP with the highest majority in the 1992 General Election?
  • Which controversial dancer died when her scarf caught in the wheels of her sports car?
  • Which controversial dancer died when her scarf caught in the wheels of her sports car?
  • Which cookery programme has Fern Britton hosted?
  • Which cosmetic house did Charles Revson found?
  • Which cosmetic house did Liz Hurley become the face of in 1995?
  • Which countries are on the Iberian Peninsula?
  • Which countries' national airline is called Garuda?
  • Which Country and Western singer joined Bob Dylan on the latter's album, 'Nashville Skyline'?
  • Which country anthem starts 'Sometimes it's hard to be a woman'?
  • Which country are All Nippon Airways from?
  • Which country are Bob and Ziggy Marley associated with?
  • Which country are KLM from?
  • Which country are Qantas airlines from?
  • Which country beat West Germany to win the 1982 soccer World Cup?
  • Which country beat West Germany to win the 1982 soccer World Cup?
  • Which country became the first to win the World Cup three times?
  • Which country can you easily walk to from Gibraltar?
  • Which country covers 10% of the globe's land surface?
  • Which country decided by referendum against joining the European Union in 1994?
  • Which country did 'Kaiser Bill' rule?
  • Which country did Abdul Qadir play for?
  • Which country did Alan Brazil play for?
  • Which country did all rounder Richard Hadlee play for?
  • Which country did athletes with FRG after their names represent?
  • Which country did boxer Lennox Lewis represent at the Olympics?
  • Which country did composer Aaron Copland come from?
  • Which country did Emlyn Hughes play for?
  • Which country did General Franco rule?
  • Which country did George Best play for?
  • Which country did Ho Chi Minh rule?
  • Which country did Hugo Porta play for?
  • Which country did Juan Peron rule?
  • Which country did Michelle go to when she left Albert Square?
  • Which country did Mike England play for?
  • Which country did Paddington bear come from?
  • Which country did Prime Minister Bhutto rule?
  • Which country did Sonia O'Sullivan race for?
  • Which country did Sonia O'Sullivan race for?
  • Which country did tennis-playing sisters Katerina and Manuela Maleeva come from?
  • Which country disintegrated following the outbreak of civil war in 1992?
  • Which country do Black Box come from?
  • Which country do Brondby come from?
  • Which country do Donald, McMillan and Cronje play for?
  • Which country do Greenland and the Faeroe Islands belong to?
  • Which country do Hendry, Goram and McCoist play for?
  • Which country do Real Madrid come from?
  • Which country do Renault cars come from?
  • Which country do the Scilly Isles belong to?
  • Which country do Volkswagen cars originate in?
  • Which country does 1969 motor racing champion Jackie Stewart come from?
  • Which country does a car come from if it shows CDN as the international registration letters?
  • Which country does a car come from with the international registration letter D?
  • Which country does Anders Limpar come from?
  • Which country does Bryan Adams come from?
  • Which country does David Ginola come from?
  • Which country does former Wimbledon finalist Chris Lewis come from?
  • Which country does Gary McAllister play for?
  • Which country does Ivan Lendl originate from?
  • Which country does Ivan Lendl originate from?
  • Which country does James Last come from?
  • Which country does Jimmy Quinn play for?
  • Which country does Jurgen Klinsmann come from?
  • Which country does Neville Southall play for?
  • Which country does opera singer Pavarotti come from?
  • Which country does Ryan Giggs play for?
  • Which country does snooker star Cliff Thorburn come from?
  • Which country does tennis player Pete Sampras come from?
  • Which country does the airline Iberia come from?
  • Which country does the breed of dog, shih tzu, come from?
  • Which country does the holiday island of Ibiza belong to?
  • Which country does the island of Rhodes belong to?
  • Which country does the Loire flow through?
  • Which country guitarist produced Elvis's early RCA records?
  • Which country guitarist produced Elvis's early RCA records?
  • Which country had a secret police called Securitate, banned in 1990?
  • Which country has a wine-producing area centred on Gisborne?
  • Which country has been officially called Myanmar since 1989?
  • Which country has designated Chachoengsao as its new capital?
  • Which country has finished second most times in the Eurovision Song Contest?
  • Which country has four letters and ends in Q?
  • Which country has four letters, the last one q?
  • Which country has had a prime minister called Wim Kok?
  • Which country has had two kings called Carol on the throne this century?
  • Which country has the driest inhabited area in the world?
  • Which country has the international registration letter M?
  • Which country has the largest number of Roman Catholics?
  • Which country has the largest Orthodox Church?
  • Which country has the last capital alphabetically?
  • Which country has the most MEPs?
  • Which country has the most world championship wins for angling?
  • Which country has the peacock as its national bird?
  • Which country has won most summer Olympic medals since 1896?
  • Which country is 1972 Pentathlon winner Mary Peters from?
  • Which country is a car from if it has the international registration letter H?
  • Which country is a car from if it has the international registration letter J?
  • Which country is a car from if it has the international registration letter P?
  • Which country is a car from if it has the international registration letters CH?
  • Which country is a car from if it has the international registration letters MEX?
  • Which country is Aeroflot from?
  • Which country is Afrika Bambaataa from?
  • Which country is also known as The Netherlands?
  • Which country is bordered by Laos, Vietnam and Thailand?
  • Which country is called Elleniki Dimokratia or Hellenic Republic?
  • Which country is connected to Wales by the Severn Bridge?
  • Which country is divided from Spain by the Pyrenees?
  • Which country is further north Rwanda or Burundi?
  • Which country is golfer Ian Woosnam from?
  • Which country is Kiri Te Kanawa from?
  • Which country is Kiri Te Kanawa from?
  • Which country is Lufthansa from?
  • Which country is Luxembourg the capital of?
  • Which country is made up of over 800 islands including Viti Levu?
  • Which country is motor racing's Nelson Piquet from?
  • Which country is motor racing's Nelson Piquet from?
  • Which country is Rab C. Nesbitt from?
  • Which country is Santa Claus said to live in?
  • Which country is snooker star Stephen Hendry from?
  • Which country is snooker star Stephen Hendry from?
  • Which country is the main economic power in West Africa?
  • Which country is the world's largest coffee exporter?
  • Which country is the world's largest consumer of champagne?
  • Which country is the world's largest oil producer?
  • Which country is the world's leading producer of copper?
  • Which country left the EC in 1985?
  • Which country lies immediately east of Iraq?
  • Which country lies immediately south of Estonia?
  • Which country lies to the east of Wales?
  • Which country occupies the Horn of Africa?
  • Which country originally produced Fiat cars?
  • Which country originally produced Peugeot cars?
  • Which country originally produced Volvo cars?
  • Which country originated the term 'plonk' for wine?
  • Which country outside the UK won the Grand Slam in 1977?
  • Which country produces most wine in the world?
  • Which country produces the most potatoes?
  • Which country returned to playing international sport in the 90s?
  • Which country returned to playing international sport in the 90s?
  • Which country sent the first dahlia seeds to Europe?
  • Which country singer married Julia Roberts in 1993?
  • Which country star had a hit with 'Kiss An Angel Good Morning'?
  • Which country star has had five husbands, including George Jones, and been kidnapped?
  • Which country used to be called Siam?
  • Which country used to be called South West Africa?
  • Which country used to have a coin called a bawbee?
  • Which country was banned from the Olympics because of apartheid?
  • Which country was captained by Kapil Dev?
  • Which country was in three of the first four European finals?
  • Which country was invaded during Operation Barbarossa?
  • Which country was once called New France?
  • Which country was reunified in 1990?
  • Which country was the first in the world to introduce coinage?
  • Which country was the first to insist upon car registration plates?
  • Which country was the scene of the Mau Mau rebellion in the 1950s?
  • Which country will host the 1997 Ryder Cup?
  • Which country won Eurovision with 'A-Ba-Ni-Bi' and 'Hallelujah'?
  • Which country won the Battle of Flodden?
  • Which country won the Eurovision Contest in consecutive years in the first half of the decade?
  • Which country won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1992, 1993 and 1994?
  • Which country won the first Eurovision song contest in 1956?
  • Which country won the first World Cup held in 1930?
  • Which country won the soccer World Cup in 1982?
  • Which country, capital Bangkok, used to be called Siam?
  • Which country, whose capital is Vaduz, has no armed forces?
  • Which country's capital is the end of a motor rally from Paris?
  • Which country's capital is Tirana?
  • Which country's capital is Ulan Bator?
  • Which country's chief river is the Po?
  • Which country's currency is the guaran'?
  • Which country's currency is the lev?
  • Which country's flag is a red circle on a green background?
  • Which country's flag shows a green star on a red background?
  • Which country's highest mountain is the Grossglockner?
  • Which country's landscape is made up of volcanoes and geysers?
  • Which country's languages include English, Zulu and Afrikaans?
  • Which country's name could be part of a Christmas dinner?
  • Which country's name means The Saviour?
  • Which country's national flag is a green rectangle?
  • Which country's official name in Hindi is Bharat?
  • Which country's parliament is called the Storting?
  • Which country's wine may be labelled DOCG?
  • Which country's women might wear a kimono?
  • Which county did David Gower play for apart from Leicestershire?
  • Which county did England's wicket keeper Bob Taylor play for?
  • Which county did Huntingdonshire become part of in 1974?
  • Which county did Jack Hobbs play for?
  • Which county divides Cornwall from Somerset?
  • Which county does Geoff Boycott come from?
  • Which county does not exist: North, South, East or West Yorkshire?
  • Which county gives its name to a horse known as a Punch?
  • Which county has a red rose as its symbol?
  • Which county has been captained by Mike Atherton?
  • Which county have won the championship most times?
  • Which county is abbreviated to Oxon?
  • Which county is also known as Salop?
  • Which county is England's wettest?
  • Which county is further north, Clwyd or Gwent?
  • Which county is Thomas Hardy associated with?
  • Which county lies between the North Sea and Greater London?
  • Which county play at Kingsholm?
  • Which county shares its name with a fictional TV doctor?
  • Which county shares its name with a make-up selling lady?
  • Which county side comes from Wales?
  • Which county side did Fred Trueman play most of his cricket for?
  • Which county side was captained by Allan Lamb?
  • Which county used to be divided into Parts?
  • Which county used to be divided into Ridings?
  • Which county was captained by Graeme Gooch?
  • Which county won the Championship in 1990 and 1991?
  • Which county's Irish name is Corcaigh?
  • Which couple took over The Rovers' Return after Bet Gilroy left?
  • Which course celebrated 100 years of racing in July 1987?
  • Which court case is at the heart of 'Bleak House'?
  • Which court case is at the heart of 'Bleak House'?
  • Which crack force stormed the Iranian Embassy in London in 1980?
  • Which creator of Jeeves and Wooster is known by his initials P.G.?
  • Which creature can turn its stomach inside out?
  • Which creature is involved in the French equivalent of an April Fool?
  • Which creature links Jimmy Nail's Shoes and Elton John's Rock?
  • Which creature lost its tail in the doors of Noah's ark?
  • Which creature of legend is seen on the Welsh flag?
  • Which creature sends down share values on the stock exchange?
  • Which creature's song refers to a final speech or performance?
  • Which creatures did St Patrick drive out of Ireland?
  • Which creatures sang, 'We All Stand Together'?
  • Which cricket commentator on radio was known as 'Johnners'?
  • Which cricket team plays home county games at Edgbaston?
  • Which cricketer said about his autobiography, 'I can honestly say that I've written one more book than I've read.'?
  • Which crown did actress/model Mary Stavin receive in the 1970s?
  • Which cult hero did Val Kilmer play in a 1991 Oliver Stone movie?
  • Which cup for women was contested between the US and Britain?
  • Which cup succeeded the Shell Shield in the West Indies?
  • Which curly-leaved salad plant is a member of the chicory family?
  • Which current BBC current affairs programme began in 1953?
  • Which Czech dramatist became president after the fall of communism?
  • Which Daley became the youngest ever athlete to represent Britain in the decathlon?
  • Which dance comes from 'Orpheus In The Underworld'?
  • Which dance goes, one-two-three-hop?
  • Which dance is part jive, part improvisation?
  • Which dance is the bossa nova a type of?
  • Which dance is usually performed to 'Orpheus in the Underworld'?
  • Which dancer co-starred with Presley in 'GI Blues'?
  • Which dancer co-starred with Presley in 'GI Blues'?
  • Which dancer performs a variation in a pas de deux?
  • Which dancer sang in the rain?
  • Which dancing from the 1980s has dancers performing acrobatic feats?
  • Which dancing has fertility through death and rebirth as a common theme?
  • Which Darling Buds starred David Jason and Pam Ferris?
  • Which Darling Buds starred David Jason and Pam Ferris?
  • Which daughter of Chaplin starred in Doctor Zhivago?
  • Which David has managed Spurs, Luton and Sheffield Wednesday?
  • Which David has played for Aston Villa, Milan, Sampdoria and Arsenal?
  • Which David presented 'Juke Box Jury'?
  • Which David told his life story in 'The Moon's a Balloon'?
  • Which day did The Boomtown Rats not like?
  • Which day of the week is dimanche in French?
  • Which day of the week is named after the Anglo-Saxon god Tie?
  • Which day of the week is named after the god Saturn?
  • Which day of the week is named after the god Thor?
  • Which day of the week is named after the god Woden?
  • Which day of the week is named after the goddess Frigg?
  • Which day of the week is named after the moon?
  • Which day of the week is the Jewish sabbath?
  • Which day of the week is the Muslim holy day?
  • Which decade saw the introduction of instant coffee?
  • Which Democrat founded what he called his 'Rainbow Coalition'?
  • Which Democrat founded what he called his 'Rainbow Coalition'?
  • Which department at Crossroads Motel was run by Vera Downend?
  • Which Derbyshire town gives its name to a Tart?
  • Which Derbyshire town is noted for a church with a crooked spire?
  • Which Derbyshire village lost most of its population to plague in 1665 but prevented the spread of the disease?
  • Which Des presented the revamped 'Take Your Pick'?
  • Which desert covers part of China and Mongolia?
  • Which designer is well known for her pink hair?
  • Which Desmond wrote 'The Naked Ape'?
  • Which detective called people 'Pussycat'?
  • Which detective has been played by Richard Harris and Michael Gambon?
  • Which detective lived in Cabot Cove, Maine?
  • Which detective novelist is known by her initials P.D.?
  • Which detective shares his name with a chocolate covered ice-cream bar?
  • Which device converts chemical energy into electrical energy?
  • Which device is used on a guitar fretboard to raise the pitch of the strings?
  • Which device produces the mix of air and petrol in internal combustion engines?
  • Which Devon port has a famous Hoe?
  • Which Diego benefited from 'The hand of God'?
  • Which Diego benefited from 'The hand of God'?
  • Which Dimbleby interviewed the Prince of Wales on TV?
  • Which disco hit singer thought that 'Love's Unkind'?
  • Which disease was deliberately introduced in rabbits in the UK?
  • Which disfigured Man did John Hurt portray in the 1980 film?
  • Which Disney release told the story of an American Indian heroine?
  • Which DIY store claims that it is 'the big one'?
  • Which DJ duo had a Top Ten hit with 'I haven't stopped dancing yet'?
  • Which DJ hosted 'First AIDS', which gave condoms to the audience?
  • Which DJ invited listeners to 'fight the flab'?
  • Which DJ Nicky hosted 'Wheel of Fortune'?
  • Which DJ was an 'Emperor'?
  • Which DJ was the first voice on Radio 1?
  • Which DJs were Laurie Lingo and the Dipsticks?
  • Which Doctor arrived on our screens in the Tardis in 1963?
  • Which doctor did Simon Shepherd play in 'Peak Practice'?
  • Which doctor had a pet chimp called Chee Chee?
  • Which doctor searches for a one-armed man in 'The Fugitive'?
  • Which dog found the World Cup when it went missing in 1966?
  • Which dog show was first held in Islington in 1891?
  • Which Dolly Parton song was a chart hit for Whitney Houston?
  • Which domestic animals gather in clowders?
  • Which Donald became the first Australian to score 300 test runs in a day?
  • Which donkey is Winnie the Pooh's friend?
  • Which Doors song was given the disco treatment by Amii Stewart?
  • Which double-sided hit titles were Liverpool place names?
  • Which double-sided hit titles were Liverpool place names?
  • Which double-sided single was the top seller of the 1950s in the US?
  • Which double-sided single was the top seller of the 1950s in the US?
  • Which drama featured Peggy Ashcroft and Geraldine James in wartime India?
  • Which dramatist wrote 'Long Day's Journey Into Night'?
  • Which dramatist wrote 'Long Day's Journey Into Night'?
  • Which drink did Leonard Rossiter and Joan Collins advertise?
  • Which drink do you associate with Holy Island in Northumberland?
  • Which drink is known as eau-de-vie?
  • Which drink was created when Indian army officers added quinine to soda water to help fight malaria?
  • Which drink was promoted by, 'I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing'?
  • Which driver apart from Senna lost his life in the 1994 Formula 1 season?
  • Which driver was runner-up in the world championship in '63, '64 and '65?
  • Which driver won the world championship posthumously in 1970?
  • Which drug is Alexander Fleming famous for discovering?
  • Which drug is derived from the willow, Salix alba?
  • Which drug is obtained from foxglove leaves?
  • Which duke owns Badminton, setting for the well-known horse trials?
  • Which dukes are associated with Woburn Abbey?
  • Which dukes does Chatsworth House in Derbyshire belong to?
  • Which duo appeared in drag in an Abba tribute?
  • Which duo charted with the 'The Skye Boat Song'?
  • Which duo comprised Marc Almond and David Ball?
  • Which duo created 'Birds Of A Feather'?
  • Which duo had a minor hit with 'Reet Petite' in 1993?
  • Which duo had a No 1 with 'Would I Lie To You'?
  • Which duo has spent most weeks in the UK single charts?
  • Which duo have produced songs for Tottenham Hotspur?
  • Which duo released 'Rock 'n' Roll' with the Full Metal Rackets?
  • Which duo were 'Respectable' in 1987?
  • Which duo were made up of Paul and Art?
  • Which duo wrote and first recorded 'Mud Mud, Glorious Mud'?
  • Which duo's only hit was 'You Don't Have to be a Baby to Cry'?
  • Which Dustin starred in 'The Graduate'?
  • Which Dutch painter is well known for his self-portraits?
  • Which Dutch river is also the name of a beer?
  • Which Dutch side play their games in the Philips Stadium?
  • Which Earl invented a snack of meat between two slices of bread?
  • Which early evening news magazine was transmitted throughout the country?
  • Which early film star was widely known as the 'world's sweetheart'?
  • Which East Anglian team is nicknamed The Canaries?
  • Which east coast port is known as The Granite City?
  • Which EastEnder received a marriage proposal from Benny Bloom?
  • Which Eastender thought his father was Pete Beale when it was Kenny?
  • Which eastern European country maintained close relations with China?
  • Which Eastern religion includes the caste system?
  • Which Ebenezer was in the tile of the song by The Shamen?
  • Which Ebenezer was in the tile of the song by The Shamen?
  • Which EC country has the highest level of carbon monoxide?
  • Which Edith sang 'Je ne regrette rien' (No Regrets)?
  • Which Edwardian adventurer, trapped in ice, thawed out in 1966?
  • Which Egyptian sculpture is more than 73 metres long?
  • Which electrical appliance joined the London Monarchs?
  • Which element gains its symbol from the Latin word 'plumbum'?
  • Which element has the atomic number 1 in the periodic table?
  • Which element has the symbol P?
  • Which element is found in bones, shells and teeth?
  • Which element is the most toxic substance known?
  • Which element is used in computer chips?
  • Which element is used in the preparation of light-sensitive film?
  • Which element was used in the manufacture of the first florin?
  • Which elephants have the bigger ears, Indian or African?
  • Which elephants have the smaller ears, African or Indian?
  • Which Elton John line follows 'It's a little bit funny'?
  • Which Elvis film was a western?
  • Which Elvis film was a western?
  • Which Elvis hit owes a debt to the Italian song 'O Sole Mio'?
  • Which Elvis hit owes a debt to the Italian song 'O Sole Mio'?
  • Which Elvis hit was a No 1 for Dusty Springfield?
  • Which Elvis hit was a No 1 for Dusty Springfield?
  • Which emergency service is featured in 'London's Burning'?
  • Which emergency service is featured in 'London's Burning'?
  • Which Emily wrote 'Wuthering Heights'?
  • Which emissions from cars are acidic?
  • Which empire was ruled by Titus?
  • Which engine for aircraft was patented by Frank Whittle in 1930?
  • Which engine used in aircraft was invented by Sir Frank Whittle?
  • Which England batsmen each scored double centuries against India in 1985 in the same innings?
  • Which England captain was sent off when captaining the side in 1986?
  • Which England captain was the first Test outfielder to take 100 catches?
  • Which England cricket captain is an amateur golf champion?
  • Which England cricket captain was capped for England at rugby?
  • Which England football manager was dubbed a turnip by The Sun?
  • Which England manager Alf received a knighthood?
  • Which England soccer manager became known as a turnip?
  • Which England soccer manager became known as a turnip?
  • Which England soccer skipper was injured in both the 1986 and 1990 World Cup final stages?
  • Which English artist is famous for his matchstalk men pictures?
  • Which English batsman became the highest run getter in Test history?
  • Which English batsman became the highest run getter in Test history?
  • Which English boxer had Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay) on the floor?
  • Which English chemist discovered the most elements?
  • Which English city was once known as Sarum?
  • Which English club did soccer TV pundit Alan Hansen play for?
  • Which English composer wrote a Sea Symphony?
  • Which English composer's 300th anniversary took place in 1995?
  • Which English county bordering the sea has the shortest coastline?
  • Which English county did ex Australian captain Allan Border play for?
  • Which English county did Michael Holding play for?
  • Which English county did New Zealander Martin Crowe play for?
  • Which English county did West Indies skipper Clive Lloyd play for?
  • Which English county has Brian Lara played for?
  • Which English county has the longest coastline?
  • Which English county has the longest coastline?
  • Which English county has the smallest perimeter?
  • Which English county is known as the 'county of sunsets'?
  • Which English cricketer is a keen amateur watercolour artist?
  • Which English defender is known as 'Rodney'?
  • Which English economist sat as a Radical in Parliament during 1865-68 and urged votes for women?
  • Which English fullback is known as 'Psycho'?
  • Which English king died at the age of 15?
  • Which English king had to pawn his crown to raise money?
  • Which English king invented a candle clock?
  • Which English king reigned the longest?
  • Which English king was nicknamed 'The Hammer of the Scots'?
  • Which English king was nicknamed Rufus?
  • Which English king was painted by Hans Holbein?
  • Which English king was said to be Unready?
  • Which English physicist discovered the neutron?
  • Which English player scored a hole in one on the final day of the 1995 Ryder Cup?
  • Which English prime minister was known as 'the Great Commoner'?
  • Which English queen banned mirrors as she grew old?
  • Which English queen has the same name as a type of plum?
  • Which English queen never married?
  • Which English sculptor produced rounded forms such as 'Reclining Figure'?
  • Which English sculptress exhibited her 'Mother and Child' in 1930?
  • Which English singer appeared with Monroe in 'Let's Make Love'?
  • Which English soccer side twice won the European Cup?
  • Which English soccer team plays at home at Molyneux?
  • Which English team won the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1991?
  • Which English team won the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1991?
  • Which English town is an anagram of ancestral?
  • Which English wicket keeper shares his name with a breed of dog?
  • Which English World War II veteran was a Beirut kidnap victim?
  • Which Englishman became soccer boss of the Republic of Ireland?
  • Which Englishman became soccer boss of the Republic of Ireland?
  • Which Englishman took 19 wickets in a 1956 Test against Australia?
  • Which entertainer started life as Paul Martin?
  • Which envoy of the Archbishop of Canterbury was released from the Lebanon?
  • Which Ernest discovered alpha, beta and gamma rays?
  • Which essential for foreign tourists was invented by American Express?
  • Which Essex seat was won by Tory David Amess against all predictions in 1992?
  • Which EU member state has the highest population density?
  • Which European country has an area called Flanders?
  • Which European country has the longest border with Russia?
  • Which European flat race is run annually on the first Sunday in October?
  • Which European language is an official language of Angola?
  • Which European Open gave Seve Ballesteros his first-ever European win back in 1976?
  • Which European prince was known as 'the Navigator'?
  • Which European soccer trophy did Spurs become the first British team to win?
  • Which event did the first popular greeting card celebrate?
  • Which exiled Czech beat Ken Rosewall at Wimbledon in 1954?
  • Which exiled Czech wrote 'The Joke'?
  • Which exotic bird stands on one leg?
  • Which explorer's last words were,' I have not told half of what I saw'?
  • Which explosive was invented by Alfred Nobel?
  • Which expression was coined by Alfred Sauvy in the early 1950s to describe countries with underdeveloped economic structures?
  • Which extinct bird was last sighted in Mauritius?
  • Which extra title was given to Catherine II of Russia?
  • Which fabric is Donegal famous for?
  • Which fabric made from flax is Ireland famous for?
  • Which fabric was originally made in Syria's capital?
  • Which Factor was a contest of physical and mental agility?
  • Which Falls are on the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia?
  • Which Falls are on the Canadian/US border?
  • Which family do azaleas belong to?
  • Which family does the anchovy belong to?
  • Which family had a daily help called Mrs Scrubbitt?
  • Which family lived at 165 Eaton Place, London?
  • Which family of birds does the robin belong to?
  • Which family Saga spanned the Victorian and Edwardian eras?
  • Which famous aircraft carrier was withdrawn from service in 1979?
  • Which famous American played his last British Open in 1995?
  • Which famous American singer was described in 'Life' magazine in 1974 as having a 'half-melted vanilla face'?
  • Which famous British film company is associated with the symbol of a man striking a gong?
  • Which famous brothers made a movie called 'A Night at the Opera'?
  • Which famous castle is the country seat of the Duke of Norfolk?
  • Which famous children's author and artist lived and worked in the Lake District for much of her life?
  • Which famous cliffs in Acapulco are used by daring divers?
  • Which famous dancer's legs were insured for $650,000?
  • Which famous film is Heinrich Mann's 'Professor Unrat' based on?
  • Which famous first will always be held by Keith Peacock?
  • Which famous gardener helped landscape Blenheim and Stowe?
  • Which famous guitarist played on Jagger's album 'She's the Boss'?
  • Which famous hairdresser married Lulu?
  • Which famous novelist's middle name was Sydenstricker?
  • Which famous ocean liner made its maiden voyage in May 1936?
  • Which famous person did John Wilkes Booth shoot?
  • Which famous photographer was Marie Helvin married to?
  • Which famous piece by Prokofiev is for orchestra and narrator ?
  • Which famous poet lived in Dove Cottage?
  • Which famous scientist started out as a bookbinder's apprentice?
  • Which famous Scottish writer lived at Abbotsford by the Tweed?
  • Which famous ship did they try to Raise in the 1980 film?
  • Which famous Sinatra song was the first to become a hit after being featured in a TV show?
  • Which famous statue, brought back as war loot by Napoleon, is still housed in the Louvre?
  • Which famous stones can be seen on Salisbury Plain?
  • Which famous surfing beach is to the south of Brisbane?
  • Which famous TV cook died in 1994 at the age of 83?
  • Which famous whisky is made at Blair Athol?
  • Which famous widow was 'Walking on Thin Ice' in 1981?
  • Which famous writer was married to archaeologist Sir Max Mallowan?
  • Which fantasy game has its name made up of places of imprisonment and legendary creatures?
  • Which fashion House did Beatrice and Evangeline head?
  • Which fashion House did Beatrice and Evangeline head?
  • Which fashion item is Oscar Levi Strauss responsible for?
  • Which fashion item was Imelda Marcos famous for collecting?
  • Which father of Damon won the World Driver's championship in 1962?
  • Which female singer recorded 'Heaven is a Place on Earth'?
  • Which female soul star has recorded with Elton John, George Michael and George Benson?
  • Which festival is called Saint Sylvestre or San Silvestro in certain countries?
  • Which festival was founded in 1947 and run by Rudolf Bing?
  • Which fictional bear is named after a London station?
  • Which fictional detective is assisted by Captain Hastings?
  • Which fictional detective was known as the female James Bond?
  • Which fictional detective wrote 'The Corpse Danced At Midnight'?
  • Which fictional pirate had a bosun named Smee?
  • Which fictional Scottish doctor kept a casebook?
  • Which Fields did Hester and William go to after 'Fresh Fields'?
  • Which Fields did Hester and William go to after 'Fresh Fields'?
  • Which film appeared in 1925 and had sound added in 1942?
  • Which film comedians are associated with the phrase, 'That's another fine mess you got me in'?
  • Which film did newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst inspire?
  • Which film distributing company did Chaplin found with D.W. Griffith, Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford?
  • Which film first established Errol Flynn's fame as a swashbuckling actor?
  • Which film gave Jack Nicholson his first Oscar?
  • Which film had the title 'The Wrong Kind of Girl' on TV?
  • Which film mogul said, 'include me out'?
  • Which film of 1934 gained an Oscar for the song 'The Continental'?
  • Which film star dog had three names each containing three letters?
  • Which film star gave her name to a life jacket?
  • Which film star had his feet insured for $150,000?
  • Which film star has a statue in Leicester Square?
  • Which film star is Mrs Carlo Ponti?
  • Which film star's funeral in 1926 was attended by more than 100,000 mourners?
  • Which film theme gave Vangelis a hit in 1981?
  • Which film theme was a chart No 1 for the Hugo Montenegro Orchestra?
  • Which film told the story of two athletes in the 1924 Olympics?
  • Which film was considered to be the first of the spaghetti westerns?
  • Which film with Bob Hoskins is also the name of a painting?
  • Which film won more Oscars than any other movie?
  • Which First Lady was nicknamed the 'Iron Butterfly'?
  • Which First Lady was nicknamed the 'Iron Butterfly'?
  • Which First Lady was nicknamed the 'Steel Magnolia'?
  • Which First Lady was nicknamed the 'Steel Magnolia'?
  • Which fish 'shoots' its food?
  • Which fish has been nicknamed 'tin plate'?
  • Which fish has the same name as an early infantry weapon?
  • Which fish has the varieties brown, sea or rainbow?
  • Which fish is also called goatfish or surmullet?
  • Which fish is smoked and cured and called 'finnan'?
  • Which fish walks on land?
  • Which Fleet Street church has the tallest steeple designed by Christopher Wren?
  • Which Flemish painter produced 'Adoration of the Kings'?
  • Which Florence was known as the lady with the lamp?
  • Which flower - Lychnis - shares its name with a fictional detective?
  • Which flower gets its name from a Persian or Turkish word for turban?
  • Which flower has rung-like leaflets?
  • Which flower is particularly associated with Mary, the Madonna?
  • Which flower, also called chalk plant or baby's breath, is a favourite with flower arrangers?
  • Which flower's foundation varieties are alba, gallica and damascena?
  • Which flower's seeds are pickled to make capers?
  • Which flowers are said to symbolize the Crucifixion?
  • Which flying toy shares its name with a bird?
  • Which folk singer sang on Led Zep's 'The Battle of Evermore'?
  • Which folk singer wrote the song 'The Times They are A-Changin''?
  • Which food is made from the lining of a cow's stomach?
  • Which food item is most consumed by humans throughout the world?
  • Which food item is used in an annual race at Olney?
  • Which food was advertised to the tune of 'I Can't Let Maggie Go'?
  • Which food, not rationed during World War II, was rationed after it?
  • Which football club does Jasper Carrott support?
  • Which football club folded in 1992 after 66 years in the League?
  • Which football club has won the English championship the most times?
  • Which football club was the first to use artificial turf?
  • Which football commentator used to play for Corinthian Casuals?
  • Which Football League club went from the fourth to the first division in five seasons in the 60s?
  • Which football team did Wolfie of 'Citizen Smith' support?
  • Which football team was formerly known as Newton Heath?
  • Which football team were known as 'The Busby Babes'?
  • Which footballer made a record with Lindisfarne?
  • Which footballer was 'Head Over Heels in Love' in 1979?
  • Which forbidden river can no pure Hindu pass?
  • Which form of precautionary medicine was discovered by Edward Jenner?
  • Which former 'Blue Peter' presenter's mother is Gloria Hunniford?
  • Which former 'Coronation Street' star is comedian Duggie Brown's sister?
  • Which former 'EastEnders' and 'Heartbeat' star had a hit with 'Every Loser Wins' in 1986?
  • Which former 'EastEnders' and 'Heartbeat' star had a hit with 'Every Loser Wins' in 1986?
  • Which former actor became president of the USA in 1980?
  • Which former barber charted from 1953 to 1973?
  • Which former Beirut hostage wrote 'An Evil Cradling'?
  • Which former deputy Labour leader, whose father was once a Catholic priest, stood down after the 1992 General Election?
  • Which former England all-rounder earned the nickname 'Beefy'?
  • Which former England batsman Derek was known as 'Rags'?
  • Which former goalie coached both Juventus and Lazio?
  • Which former Hollywood actor became US President?
  • Which former Liverpool player's middle name was Everton?
  • Which former minister has presented 'Six O Six' on Radio 5 Live ?
  • Which former model did Ringo Starr marry?
  • Which former model is married to actor Leigh Lawson?
  • Which former newsreader has advertised Vaseline hand cream?
  • Which former Radio 2 DJ has the initials DJ?
  • Which former Saint turned down a musical role in 'Aspects of Love'?
  • Which former silent movie star joined Chaplin in 'Limelight'?
  • Which former Villa player David became England's soccer captain?
  • Which former Villa player David became England's soccer captain?
  • Which Formula One rookie came second in the 1996 Australian GP?
  • Which fossilised remains of an ancient forest are found in the Nambung
  • Which four words follow 'To be or not to be...'?
  • Which four-wheel drive vehicle was launched in 1940?
  • Which Frankie Goes To Hollywood hit was banned by the BBC?
  • Which Frederick wrote 'The Day Of the Jackal'?
  • Which French artist is known for his paintings of the ballet and dancers?
  • Which French brothers patented their cinematograph in 1895?
  • Which French building did architects Nervi, Breuer and Zehrfuss create?
  • Which French chateau has a Hall of Mirrors?
  • Which French director made The Stones film 'One Plus One'?
  • Which French engineer conceived the idea of the Suez Canal?
  • Which French feminist writer wrote 'The Second Sex'?
  • Which French king was husband to Marie Antoinette?
  • Which French novelist's real name was Marie Henri Beyle?
  • Which French painter and sculptor created 'The Pink Nude'?
  • Which French philosopher and writer was imprisoned in the Bastille and also wrote the fable 'Candide'?
  • Which French philosopher created analytical geometry?
  • Which French playwright's real name was Jean Baptiste Poquelin?
  • Which French side did Trevor Steven play for?
  • Which French singer's autobiography was called 'Yesterday When I Was Young'?
  • Which French tennis player gave his name to a range of sportswear?
  • Which French writer lived with the composer Chopin?
  • Which French zoologist is associated with the concept that acquired characteristics can be inherited?
  • Which Frenchman discovered the St Lawrence River?
  • Which frozen confection was originally called Eskimo pie?
  • Which fruit appears on the cover of Delia Smith's 'Winter Collection'?
  • Which fruit contains the most calories?
  • Which fruit gave its name to ex-model Debbie Moore's dance studio?
  • Which fruit is dried to make prunes?
  • Which fruit is used to make the drink kirsch?
  • Which fruit was no longer imported after 1940?
  • Which fuel did the Getty family make their fortune from?
  • Which future king played a doubles match at Wimbledon?
  • Which future PM failed to win Dartford for the Tories in 1950 and 1951?
  • Which game bird is a word meaning grumble?
  • Which game is connected with Boris Schapiro?
  • Which game is played in an enclosed space with both players hitting the ball in the same direction?
  • Which game is played with rackets and shuttlecocks?
  • Which game might you be watching if you were at The Belfry?
  • Which game show hears Tony Green shouting the scores?
  • Which game show is based on snooker?
  • Which game was patented under the name Sphairistike?
  • Which gaol made the mistake of installing door locks on the inside of the new visitors' waiting rooms?
  • Which garden shrub is known as the butterfly bush?
  • Which garden tree with yellow flowers has poisonous seeds?
  • Which garment is Jean-Paul Gaultier famous for wearing?
  • Which Gary Glitter song was in Parts 1 and 2?
  • Which Gary was England's top soccer marksman of the 1980s?
  • Which Gary was England's top soccer marksman of the 1980s?
  • Which Gary was Leader of the Gang?
  • Which gas has the chemical symbol H?
  • Which gas is used in modern airships?
  • Which gas shares its name with Superman's home planet?
  • Which gender of earwig has straight rather than curved pincers?
  • Which gender-bender name did rock star Vincent Furnier adopt?
  • Which general introduced martial law in Poland in 1981?
  • Which general of ancient Carthage is associated with proboscidean mammals?
  • Which Genesis drummer had three No 1 vocal hits in the 1980s?
  • Which Genesis drummer had three No 1 vocal hits in the 1980s?
  • Which Geordie played for England and managed the Republic of Ireland?
  • Which George did the Prince Regent become?
  • Which George Eliot novel is subtitled 'A Study of Provincial Life'?
  • Which George was elected US president?
  • Which George wrote 'Animal Farm'?
  • Which George wrote 'Porgy And Bess'?
  • Which German bandleader was the first to record The Beatles?
  • Which German brothers collected such stories as 'Hansel and Gretel'?
  • Which German club did Kevin Keegan play for?
  • Which German company created the electronically variable shock-absorber in 1987?
  • Which German composer's only opera was 'Fidelio'?
  • Which German composer's only opera was 'Fidelio'?
  • Which German philosopher Karl wrote 'Das Kapital'?
  • Which German pianist took a walk in the Black Forest in the 1960s?
  • Which German player asked, 'Is there a diving school in London?'?
  • Which German poet was prime minister to the Duke of Saxe-Weimar?
  • Which German prison camp did Pat Reid try to escape from?
  • Which German side won the European Cup in 1974, 1975 and 1976?
  • Which German won the Wimbledon men's singles in 1991?
  • Which German word meaning 'lightning war' entered the English language?
  • Which German-born rocket engineer worked on the space programme?
  • Which gift did the Americans receive from the French in 1886?
  • Which Gilbert and Sullivan opera has the subtitle 'Flowers of Progress'?
  • Which Gilbert and Sullivan opera is set in the Tower of London?
  • Which Gilbert and Sullivan opera is set in the Tower of London?
  • Which girl group backed Disco Tex?
  • Which girl is the lecturer Educating in the play by Willy Russell?
  • Which girl shares her name with a Christmas song?
  • Which glam group asked 'Metal guru, is it you?'?
  • Which glam rocker proclaimed himself the 'Godfather of Punk'?
  • Which gland in the body produces luteinizing hormone?
  • Which Glasgow comedian is married to actress Pamela Stephenson?
  • Which Glasgow soccer team were the first British side to win the European Cup?
  • Which Glen Miller tune did Peter Sellers request for his own funeral?
  • Which golfer was non-playing captain of the 1985 Ryder Cup team?
  • Which golfer was responsible for the US Masters?
  • Which gorge is crossed by the Clifton suspension bridge?
  • Which gossip columnist was owner of My Purple Prose?
  • Which grain is used to make malt whisky?
  • Which Grand National winner of the 80s was named after a lighthouse?
  • Which Grand Prix did Damon Hill win for the first time in 1994?
  • Which granite formation, formed by the wind, is to the east of Perth?
  • Which Great breed of dog sounds like it comes from Scandinavia?
  • Which great English batsmen had the initials M.C.C.?
  • Which great evacuation of 1940 was called Operation Dynamo?
  • Which great soprano earned the name of 'La Divina'?
  • Which Greek artist's name means 'The Greek'?
  • Which Greek mountain is consecrated to the muses?
  • Which Greek philosopher was responsible for 5th-century BC studies in vulcanology?
  • Which Greenpeace ship was sunk in Auckland harbour in 1985?
  • Which ground hosts the FA Cup Final?
  • Which group backed Cliff Richard in the 1960s?
  • Which group backed Lulu on the original 'Shout'?
  • Which group backed Martha Reeves?
  • Which group backed singer Gary Puckett?
  • Which group consisted of Les, Eric, Woody, Alan and Derek?
  • Which group consists of twins Maurice and Robin and older brother Barry?
  • Which group did John Lennon form and name after his school in 1956?
  • Which group did John Lennon form and name after his school in 1956?
  • Which group did Ritchie Blackmore form on leaving Deep Purple?
  • Which group did Simon Le Bon sing with?
  • Which group did Simon Le Bon sing with?
  • Which group featured Cindy Birdsong?
  • Which group featured Dave Gilmour and Roger Waters?
  • Which group features the children of 50s and 60s folk singer Ian Campbell?
  • Which group formed their own label Dep International?
  • Which group found success in the 1970s with 'Night Fever'?
  • Which group founded the Bludgeon Riffola label?
  • Which group had a hit with 'Angel Face'?
  • Which group had a No 1 with 'Belfast Child'?
  • Which group had a No 1 with 'See My Baby Jive'?
  • Which group had a Noddy as singer?
  • Which group had seven consecutive top four hits until the release of 'The Medal Song'?
  • Which group had the original hit with 'Love Is All Around'?
  • Which group have had most British No 1 single hits?
  • Which group included Tristan Fry, Herbie Flowers and Kevin Peek?
  • Which group led by Noddy Holder sang 'Weer All Crazee Now'?
  • Which group made the album 'Crisis? What Crisis'?
  • Which group made the top ten in 1991 after 20 minor hits over 15 years?
  • Which group of insects includes a hairstreak?
  • Which group of islands are you going to if you are sailing to Skye?
  • Which group of islands does Gran Canaria belong to?
  • Which group of islands does Tenerife belong to?
  • Which group of men who took part in the American War of Independence have given their name to an American rocket?
  • Which group of ships was known as the 'The First Fleet'?
  • Which group opened the Wembley Stadium section of Live Aid?
  • Which group recorded 'I'm The Urban Spaceman'?
  • Which group recorded the album 'Nevermind'?
  • Which group recorded the original of 'Light My Fire'?
  • Which group sang about Horace Wimp?
  • Which group took its name from a medieval instrument of torture?
  • Which group used the main theme from the 1812 Overture in their first single hit?
  • Which group wanted to 'Take It To The Limit'?
  • Which group was formed by Jello Biafra in the late 1970s?
  • Which group was fronted by singer/songwriter Dave Cousins?
  • Which group was Jimmy Page in before forming Led Zeppelin?
  • Which group was led by Phil Lynott?
  • Which group was Midge Ure chiefly associated with in the 80s?
  • Which group was Midge Ure chiefly associated with in the 80s?
  • Which group was Stephen Stills with before Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young?
  • Which group went on a 'Teenage Rampage'?
  • Which group were '...in the Mood for Dancing' in 1979?
  • Which group were 'Paranoid' in the charts?
  • Which group were formed by Bruce, Baker and Clapton?
  • Which group were made up of Douglas, Ginger, Henry and William?
  • Which group wrote the rock opera 'Tommy'?
  • Which group's name features three of the natural elements?
  • Which grunge purveyor blew his brains out in 1994?
  • Which guitarist teamed up with Mark Knopfler on 'Neck and Neck'?
  • Which guitarist had a hit with the theme from 'The Deer Hunter'?
  • Which guitarist released the album 'Ballads and Blues'?
  • Which guitarist Tony was an original member of Black Sabbath?
  • Which guitarist's real name is Brian Robson Rankin?
  • Which Gulf lies between Iran and Saudi Arabia?
  • Which gymnast scored the first perfect ten in Olympic history?
  • Which hairdresser pioneered the geometric haircut in the 1960s?
  • Which half of Robson and Jerome played the part of Paddy Garvey?
  • Which hanging basket favourite is also called pelargonium?
  • Which Harold said, 'A week is a long time in politics!'?
  • Which Harold said, 'Most of our people have never had it so good.'
  • Which Harry was 'Without You' in 1972?
  • Which heavyweight boxing champion served a prison sentence?
  • Which Henry started the Promenade Concerts?
  • Which Henry was British heavyweight champion in 1963?
  • Which Henry won his first British Open in 1934?
  • Which herb is called milfoil?
  • Which hero is Beethoven's 'Eroica' Symphony said to be named after?
  • Which Hertfordshire town was Britain's first Garden City?
  • Which highly insoluble substance is opaque to X-rays?
  • Which highly insoluble substance is opaque to X-rays?
  • Which hill marks the traditional site of the Ascension in the Bible?
  • Which historic island is off the southwest tip of the Isle of Mull?
  • Which historical events are the background to 'Barnaby Rudge'?
  • Which historical events are the background to 'Barnaby Rudge'?
  • Which hit single did Sinatra record with Count Basie?
  • Which Hollywood actress's real name was Lucille Le Sueur?
  • Which Hollywood film studio was founded in 1915 by Carl Laemmle?
  • Which holy sounding character was created by Leslie Charteris?
  • Which honorary degree was Haydn receiving when his Oxford Symphony was first performed?
  • Which honour did Gordon Richards get just before his first Derby win?
  • Which horror movie actor's real name is William Pratt?
  • Which horse gave Lester Piggott his first Royal Ascot winner?
  • Which horse was the first to win both the Derby and the St Leger?
  • Which horse won the English Triple Crown in 1970?
  • Which horse won the Grand National three times?
  • Which horse-riding princess was voted Sportswoman of the Year?
  • Which horse, in 1977, became the first to win the Mackeson and Hennessy in the same season?
  • Which hospital soap is set in Holby City Hospital?
  • Which hour did Cropper and Pickett write about?
  • Which hugely successful orchestra leader was born Annunzio Paolo?
  • Which husband and wife team were together in 'Upstairs, Downstairs' and 'Forever Green'?
  • Which Hywel Bennett series had the same title as a drama about a poet?
  • Which illustrator was famous for detailed drawings of weird and wonderful mechanical inventions?
  • Which important ship canal was built by Ferdinand de Lesseps?
  • Which impresario founded the Ballets Russes?
  • Which Indian leader was played by Ben Kingsley?
  • Which Indian poet and philosopher was the first Asian to win the Nobel Prize for Literature?
  • Which Indonesian president was responsible for the invasion of East Timor in 1975?
  • Which Indonesian president was responsible for the invasion of East Timor in 1975?
  • Which indoor game was invented by British Army Officers in India in 1875?
  • Which industry uses the gravure method?
  • Which insect might be used by a snooker player?
  • Which insect sometimes eats its male mate during copulation?
  • Which insect transmits malaria?
  • Which insects communicate with one another by dancing?
  • Which insects live in apiaries?
  • Which instrument are violins and violas descended from?
  • Which instrument did Albert Schweitzer play?
  • Which instrument did Brian Jones play, other than guitar, on 'Their Satanic Majesties Request'?
  • Which instrument did Franz Liszt play?
  • Which instrument did Jack Benny play?
  • Which instrument did Lionel Hampton introduce to jazz?
  • Which instrument does Sandy Nelson play?
  • Which instrument is also called the octave flute?
  • Which instrument is Horst Jankowski playing in his 'Walk in the Black Forest'?
  • Which instrument is traditionally held between the knees?
  • Which instrument measures a plane's height above sea level?
  • Which instrument to magnify small objects was invented by Jansen?
  • Which instrument usually has 47 strings?
  • Which instrument's name is the Hawaiian word for jumping flea?
  • Which instruments were featured in the hit single that came from the film 'Deliverance'?
  • Which international football trophy was stolen in 1966?
  • Which international show was also called 'Jeux Sans Frontiers'?
  • Which international teams contest The Ashes?
  • Which interviewer who challenged The Sex Pistols to swear on TV?
  • Which invention is Marconi known for?
  • Which Iranian poet's most famous translator was Edward Fitzgerald?
  • Which Irish comedian held a cigarette, sat on a bar stool and chatted?
  • Which Irish doctor was capped at Rugby Union and soccer?
  • Which Irish entertainer Val used to sing in a rocking chair?
  • Which Irish flute player James shares his name with a Bay ?
  • Which Irish golfer played in ten successive Ryder Cup teams?
  • Which Irish group sang 'Love Me For a Reason' in 1994?
  • Which Irish mountains sweep down to the sea?
  • Which Irish supergroup started life known as Feedback?
  • Which Irish town gives its name to a saucy rhyme?
  • Which Irish town sounds like something in a wine bottle neck?
  • Which Irish village is famous for its shrine to the Virgin Mary?
  • Which Irish winger was described by Bill McLaren as 'an electric eel'?
  • Which is Britain's most southerly point on the mainland?
  • Which is Britain's oldest cathedral?
  • Which is England's most northerly county?
  • Which is England's smallest city?
  • Which is Europe's largest country after Russia?
  • Which is further north Waterford or Cork?
  • Which is further north, Belfast or Londonderry?
  • Which is further north, Edinburgh or Dundee?
  • Which is further north, Pakistan's new capital, Islamabad, or the former one, Karachi?
  • Which is further north, Southport or Northampton?
  • Which is further south Yarmouth or Brighton?
  • Which is further west Algeria or Ethiopia?
  • Which is further west, Uganda or Kenya?
  • Which is generally larger, a wallaby or a kangaroo?
  • Which is Ireland's chief river?
  • Which is the brightest planet visible to the naked eye?
  • Which is the brightest star?
  • Which is the commonest bird in Britain?
  • Which is the first month of the year to have exactly 30 days?
  • Which is the highest female voice?
  • Which is the highest mountain in the Alps?
  • Which is the home country of Mrs Rod Stewart, model Rachel Hunter?
  • Which is the home state of former president Jimmy Carter?
  • Which is the home town of Joe Johnson, the snooker player?
  • Which is the largest active volcano on Earth?
  • Which is the largest country in Great Britain?
  • Which is the largest Gothic church in northern Europe?
  • Which is the largest Greek island?
  • Which is the largest human organ?
  • Which is the largest island in England?
  • Which is the largest lake in the United Kingdom?
  • Which is the largest land carnivore in Britain?
  • Which is the largest of all the animal phyla?
  • Which is the largest of the anthropoid apes?
  • Which is the largest of the apes?
  • Which is the largest of the cats?
  • Which is the largest seed in the world?
  • Which is the largest species of flatfish?
  • Which is the largest US state?
  • Which is the largest US state?
  • Which is the largest wild animal in the British Isles?
  • Which is the last book of the Bible?
  • Which is the longest river in Italy?
  • Which is the main language spoken in Hungary?
  • Which is the most densely populated Welsh county?
  • Which is the most distant planet in the universe?
  • Which is the most famous restaurant in the fictitious town of Middleton?
  • Which is the most northerly capital city in Europe?
  • Which is the most northerly point on the British mainland?
  • Which is the nearest country to the Falkland Islands?
  • Which is the nearest major town to the southwest of Ayers Rock?
  • Which is the next largest island in the world after Australia?
  • Which is the oldest British flat classic race?
  • Which is the oldest club in the Football League, founded in 1862?
  • Which is the oldest golf club in England?
  • Which is the oldest of the European universities?
  • Which is the oldest open championship in the world?
  • Which is the oldest part of the Tower of London?
  • Which is the only active volcano in Antarctica?
  • Which is the only bird capable of flying all day without flapping its wings?
  • Which is the only Christian country in Asia?
  • Which is the only English city whose ancient walls are complete?
  • Which is the only fish able to hold objects in its tail?
  • Which is the only mammal able to fly?
  • Which is the only part of Britain Presley set foot on?
  • Which is the only part of Britain Presley set foot on?
  • Which is the only snake to be found regularly north of the Arctic Circle?
  • Which is the only Welsh county to have a first class cricket team?
  • Which is the Queen's London home?
  • Which is the second largest city in England?
  • Which is the second largest island in the world after Australia?
  • Which is the smallest bird in the world?
  • Which is the smallest Canadian province?
  • Which is the smallest state of Australia?
  • Which is the third largest of the Channel Islands?
  • Which is the third-largest cathedral in England?
  • Which is the world's longest insect?
  • Which is these is not a freshwater fish: cod, pike, carp, roach?
  • Which is thought to be the tallest tree in the world and one of the longest-lived?
  • Which island emerged from the sea off the coast of Iceland in 1963?
  • Which island holds the George Cross?
  • Which island hosts a TT Motor Cycle race in June?
  • Which island is to the south of Australia?
  • Which island lies at the eastern end of the Mediterranean?
  • Which island lies off the north west coast of Wales?
  • Which island lies to the south of India?
  • Which island to the south of India used to be called Ceylon?
  • Which island was held by the Knights of St John from 1530 to 1798?
  • Which island would you visit to kiss the Blarney Stone?
  • Which island, in the Arctic Ocean, is the largest in the world?
  • Which island's capital is Flying Fish Cove?
  • Which islands are Sark and Alderney part of?
  • Which islands give their name to ponies and wool?
  • Which Islands inspired Darwin write 'The Origin of Species'?
  • Which Islands were the cause of a war between Britain and Argentina?
  • Which Isle has Needles off its west coast?
  • Which isle lies between England and Northern Ireland?
  • Which isle off the west coast of England has three legs as its symbol?
  • Which Isle was linked to the mainland by a bridge in 1995?
  • Which Italian artist included Halley's comet in a fresco of the Nativity?
  • Which Italian city is at the heart of the fashion industry?
  • Which Italian city was painted by Canaletto?
  • Which Italian composer's English name would be Joseph Green?
  • Which Italian composer's English name would be Joseph Green?
  • Which Italian dramatist wrote 'Can't Pay, Won't Pay' in 1974?
  • Which Italian opera composer said, 'In the theatre the public will stand for anything except boredom'?
  • Which Italian painter drew early ideas for a helicopter?
  • Which Italian region is the source of Marsala?
  • Which Italian saint was born at the town of Assisi?
  • Which item of kit was made compulsory by FIFA in 1990?
  • Which item of lingerie is also the language of the inhabitants of the Western Pyrenees?
  • Which items useful on a rainy day did Renoir paint?
  • Which Jackie was world champion motor racing driver in 1971 and 1973?
  • Which Jagger-Richard song was Marianne Faithfull's first hit?
  • Which James Bond once played Mr Rochester in a TV version of 'Jane Eyre'?
  • Which James Bond was in the chorus in 'South Pacific' in London?
  • Which James Hilton novel was turned into a film classic about school life?
  • Which Jane married Gerald Scarfe?
  • Which Japanese city is home to Grampus Eight?
  • Which Jason Donovan single is made up of initials?
  • Which Jasper Carrott single was once banned by the BBC?
  • Which jazz musician opened a London club in 1959?
  • Which jazz-funk saxophonist had a hit in 1987 with 'Songbird'?
  • Which Jill teamed up with Nick Ross to present 'Crimewatch UK'?
  • Which Jilly wrote about Polo and Riders?
  • Which Jim fixed it?
  • Which jockey had most Classic wins before Lester Piggott?
  • Which jockey riding Shergar in 1981 won in his first Derby ride?
  • Which jockey rode Shergar when it won the 1981 Derby?
  • Which jockey was knighted in 1953?
  • Which jockey won the 1970 St Leger on Nijinsky?
  • Which jockey won the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe from 1985 to 1987 on three different horses?
  • Which Joe managed Everton when they won the 1995 FA Cup?
  • Which John became deputy Labour leader under Tony Blair?
  • Which John Denver song did Peter, Paul and Mary take into the charts?
  • Which John is a snooker player from Liverpool?
  • Which John painted 'The Haywain'?
  • Which John plays snooker in 'Big Break'?
  • Which John was Labour leader before Tony Blair?
  • Which Jools presented 'The Tube'?
  • Which Jools presented 'The Tube'?
  • Which Joseph Heller book describes a 'no win' situation?
  • Which journal did Addison and Steele found?
  • Which Joyce said, 'George, don't do that!'
  • Which Judge does Sylvester Stallone play in the comic cult movie?
  • Which juice did Jean Nicot extract from tobacco?
  • Which jump won Mary Rand a gold medal at the 1964 Olympics?
  • Which Kenny took Blackburn to the Premiership championship?
  • Which Kenny took Blackburn to the Premiership championship?
  • Which Kent bowler took 17 wickets in two of the 1985 Australian series?
  • Which keyboard instrument did John Bull specialise in?
  • Which kid's series coined the phrase, 'Here's one we made earlier'?
  • Which Kimberley Clark Co invention was first called Celluwipes?
  • Which king and queen ruled Britain jointly from 1689 to 1694?
  • Which king and son of Queen Victoria was the subject of a TV serial?
  • Which king built Windsor Castle?
  • Which king converted Leeds Castle, in Kent, into a royal palace?
  • Which king is said to have burnt the cakes?
  • Which king is supposed to have hidden in a tree after the Battle of Worcester?
  • Which King Louis built the palace at Versailles?
  • Which king of England abdicated and was succeeded by his younger brother?
  • Which king was known as 'Silly Billy'?
  • Which king was nicknamed 'Farmer George'?
  • Which king was Queen Elizabeth II's grandfather?
  • Which king was reigning in Britain at the start of the First World War?
  • Which king was responsible for building the Tower of London?
  • Which king would have been blown up if the Gunpowder Plot had succeeded?
  • Which Kinks hit starts, 'Dirty old river, must you keep rolling...'?
  • Which knockabout Kops were created by Mack Sennett?
  • Which LA Hills are the home of many of the rich and famous?
  • Which label did Michael Jackson first record on?
  • Which label signed Presley before selling his contract to RCA a year later?
  • Which label signed Presley before selling his contract to RCA a year later?
  • Which Labour leader resigned after the 1992 General Election?
  • Which Lady rode naked through the streets of Coventry?
  • Which lady was 'Lost In France'?
  • Which lake is the British Isles' largest?
  • Which lake is the deepest in the world?
  • Which lake lies between Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda?
  • Which land does Peter Pan come from?
  • Which Land in Denmark is made up of bricks?
  • Which land was first sighted by Vasco da Gama on a Christmas Day?
  • Which Lane do Sheffield United play at?
  • Which language do natives of Hamburg speak?
  • Which language is Afrikaans derived from?
  • Which language is the first language of 6% of the population?
  • Which language is the first language of 6% of the population?
  • Which language was invented for international use?
  • Which large island is said to have been discovered by Eric the Red?
  • Which largest rodent became a serious pest in East Anglia?
  • Which late DJ had a Top 30 hit with 'My Father Had a Rabbit'?
  • Which late soul singer had a hit with 'Reet Petite' in 1957?
  • Which Latin carol gave Steeleye Span a chart hit?
  • Which Latin phrase means in good faith?
  • Which law enforcers sent a Message in a Bottle?
  • Which law enforcers sent a Message in a Bottle?
  • Which layer of the atmosphere is closest to the surface of the Earth?
  • Which leader launched his 'Great Leap Forward' in 1958?
  • Which leader launched his 'Great Leap Forward' in 1958?
  • Which leader sanctioned the execution of President Bhutto in 1979?
  • Which leader sanctioned the execution of President Bhutto in 1979?
  • Which leaders did Carter bring to Camp David to sign a peace treaty?
  • Which leaders did Carter bring to Camp David to sign a peace treaty?
  • Which leading Nazi was born in Egypt?
  • Which League club is nicknamed 'The Chemics'?
  • Which League club is nicknamed 'The Wires'?
  • Which legendary pressman said, 'News is something that someone somewhere doesn't want to see printed'?
  • Which Lennon and McCartney song was Cilla Black's first single ?
  • Which Leo plays Rumpole?
  • Which Leonardo painted Mona Lisa?
  • Which Leslie introduced 'The Price Is Right' on UK TV?
  • Which letter do post-war tanks all begin with?
  • Which letter of the alphabet is used to describe a soft lead pencil?
  • Which letter of the alphabet sounds like a bird's name?
  • Which library in Venice was described as 'the richest and most ornate building since antiquity'?
  • Which limestone formation found in caves grows upwards?
  • Which line follows 'Be Bop A Lula' at the start of the Gene Vincent hit?
  • Which line follows 'Rule Britannia' in the chorus of the song?
  • Which line goes before 'Keeps a telling me no' in the Paper Dolls hit?
  • Which link between England and France was opened?
  • Which little girl had Adventures Through the Looking Glass?
  • Which Liverpool lady took 'Anyone Who Had a Heart' to No 1?
  • Which Liverpool shipping Line was an extremely popular long-running series?
  • Which living fish was thought to have been extinct for 60 million years?
  • Which Lloyd Webber musical does the song 'Memory' come from?
  • Which loch contains the largest volume of fresh water in the British Isles?
  • Which loch is the largest stretch of inland water in Britain?
  • Which London art gallery was founded with the financial support of a sugar merchant?
  • Which London barrister was created by John Mortimer?
  • Which London borough is the 'G' in GMT?
  • Which London building is nicknamed 'Ally Pally'?
  • Which London landmark theatre was burnt down in 1613?
  • Which London palace has a maze?
  • Which London railway station is named after a battle with Napoleon?
  • Which London side did Ruud Gullit join in 1995?
  • Which London station was named after a long-reigning Queen?
  • Which London station would you arrive at if you travelled from Ipswich?
  • Which London street was famous for its 1960s boutiques?
  • Which London street was the site of a former leper colony?
  • Which London striker has played for Arsenal, Crystal Palace, Queen's Park Rangers, Spurs, Chelsea, West Ham and Millwall?
  • Which London team earned the nickname 'The Crazy Gang'?
  • Which London team won the League and FA Cup double in 1971?
  • Which London theatre staged a Sunday night variety show?
  • Which London theatre's motto was, 'We never closed'?
  • Which London underground station was named after a football club?
  • Which long-running crime series was a spin-off from a programme called 'Police Surgeon'?
  • Which long-running radio programme was devised by Roy Plomley?
  • Which long-running series from 1956 looks at the week's press?
  • Which machine is used to manufacture paper industrially?
  • Which magazine called itself the junior TV Times?
  • Which magazine did Hugh Heftier found?
  • Which magazine has been edited by Richard Ingrams and Ian Hislop?
  • Which magazine is the flagship of the Consumers Association?
  • Which magazine programme had a mascot called Murgatroyd?
  • Which magician presented TV's 'Wipeout'?
  • Which major club trophy did Bob Paisley not win for Liverpool?
  • Which major golf championship is decided by a four-hole playoff?
  • Which major river flows through Bristol?
  • Which major river flows through Cairo?
  • Which major river flows through Gloucester?
  • Which major river flows through Liverpool?
  • Which major river flows through New Orleans?
  • Which major river flows through Newcastle?
  • Which major river flows through Vienna?
  • Which major river flows through Washington DC?
  • Which male star shot to fame in 'Four Weddings and a Funeral'?
  • Which male/female singing duo had 16 weeks at No 1 in 1978?
  • Which Man from UNCLE was married to Jill Ireland?
  • Which Man United football star's name was linked with Dani Behr?
  • Which man-made structures would you see at Aswan and Kariba?
  • Which manager left Arsenal after taking a 'bung'?
  • Which manager left Arsenal after taking a 'bung'?
  • Which manager said he'd been in more courts than Bjorn Borg?
  • Which manager's autobiography is entitled 'Against the Odds'?
  • Which Manchester jail was the scene of rioting in 1990?
  • Which maple's sap is used to make maple syrup?
  • Which Marie is supposed to have said, 'Let them eat cake'?
  • Which Martina dominated Wimbledon in the 1980s?
  • Which Martina dominated Wimbledon in the 1980s?
  • Which Marx brother was the piano player?
  • Which Mary Wesley novel transferred to TV with Felicity Kendal and Paul Eddington?
  • Which match was Jonathan Davies' last game of league for Wales?
  • Which Max recorded sing-a-long records?
  • Which meandering river is Brisbane built around?
  • Which meat was at the heart of a scare about BSE?
  • Which media magnate drowned in mysterious circumstances?
  • Which medical body was set up at the Geneva Convention in 1864?
  • Which member of 'Dad's Army' had a chart topping hit?
  • Which member of Fleetwood Mac wrote 'Albatross'?
  • Which member of the 'Gang of Four' was Mao Tse Tung's third wife?
  • Which member of the Bronte family died in the same year as Emily?
  • Which member of the cast of 'Dad's Army' sang 'Grandad'?
  • Which member of the ginger family is used to colour curries?
  • Which member of the Grateful Dead died in 1995?
  • Which member of The Grateful Dead was known as 'Captain Trips'?
  • Which member of the Mitchell family does Gillian Taylforth play in 'EastEnders'?
  • Which member of The Monkees appeared in 'Coronation Street'?
  • Which member of the royal family divorced and remarried?
  • Which member of the royal family has had his paintings reproduced on a set of stamps?
  • Which member of the royal family played in a rugby international?
  • Which member of the royal family was married to Lord Snowdon?
  • Which member of U2 has the real name of Paul Hewson?
  • Which men used to perform with Ken Dodd?
  • Which metal do we make from bauxite?
  • Which metal is an alloy of copper and zinc?
  • Which metal is sculptress Elizabeth Frink famous for using?
  • Which metal is the best conductor of electricity?
  • Which metal melts at 30 degrees centigrade?
  • Which method of fast writing did Isaac Pitman develop?
  • Which method of food preservation did Clarence Birdseye invent?
  • Which Mexican state's name and state capital are also the name of a breed of small dog?
  • Which mezzo-soprano created the role of Auntie in 'Peter Grimes'?
  • Which Michael Caine film was about the battle at Rorke's Drift?
  • Which Michael Miles quiz show was revived in the 1990s?
  • Which Michael presents 'Strike It Lucky'?
  • Which Michael sang about Love is a Wonderful Thing?
  • Which Michael sang about Love is a Wonderful Thing?
  • Which Michigan town is famous for the production of motor vehicles?
  • Which Michigan town is famous for the production of motor vehicles?
  • Which Micky was producer for the Suzi Quatro hits?
  • Which microbe is the basis of the brewing and baking industry?
  • Which Middle Eastern country was defeated in the Gulf War?
  • Which Midlands town did Slade come from?
  • Which Mikhail became Soviet leader in 1985?
  • Which military band had a hit with 'Amazing Grace'?
  • Which mill town produced, at one time, 99% of the world's cotton?
  • Which minister of health inaugurated the National Health Service?
  • Which Minogue sister had a hit with 'Love and Kisses'?
  • Which Miss is a musical set in Vietnam?
  • Which Miss Martinez beat Martina in a Wimbledon final?
  • Which Miss Martinez beat Martina in a Wimbledon final?
  • Which mistress of Edward VII was played by Francesca Annis?
  • Which model has been married to rock star Bill Wyman and footballer Pat Van Den Hauwe?
  • Which model was famous for the ad in which she returned all her man's gifts but kept the car keys?
  • Which modern English composer wrote the opera 'Punch and Judy'?
  • Which monarch founded Eton College?
  • Which monarch had as one of his titles 'The Lion of Judah'?
  • Which monarch is credited with writing 'Greensleeves'?
  • Which monarch this century was left-handed?
  • Which monarchs sat on the Peacock Throne?
  • Which monkey possess a blood factor that is shared with humans?
  • Which monster of the horror genre was created by Mary Shelley?
  • Which month is 'fill-dike'?
  • Which month is named after a two-faced god?
  • Which month is named after the god Janus?
  • Which month is said to come in like a lion and go out like a lamb?
  • Which moorland area of southwest Devon is the site of a high-security prison?
  • Which moorland shrub is said to bring good luck?
  • Which MOR singer's father was famous for his 'Donkey Serenade'?
  • Which Moroccan city is the name of a famous film?
  • Which Moroccan was sent off in his first international for France in 1990?
  • Which motor cyclist won 122 world championships?
  • Which motor-cycle legend Mike was killed in a motor accident in 1981?
  • Which motor-cycle legend Mike was killed in a motor accident in 1981?
  • Which motorway circles London?
  • Which motorway goes from east to west across the Pennines?
  • Which motorway goes from London to Winchester?
  • Which motorway runs from London to Cambridge?
  • Which motorway runs from London to Leeds?
  • Which motorway starts south of Birmingham and goes northwest towards Scotland?
  • Which motorway was the first to be built in Britain?
  • Which mountain range runs parallel to the east coast for 4000 kilometres?
  • Which mountain range to the west of Sydney was partly destroyed by bush fires in December 1993?
  • Which mountain was first climbed by Edward Whymper in 1865?
  • Which mountain was said to be home of the Greek gods?
  • Which mountain, at 1611 metres, is the highest in Queensland?
  • Which mountainous forest state has a settlement of Crow Indians?
  • Which mountainous forest state has a settlement of Crow Indians?
  • Which mountains stretch from Carlingford Lough to Dundrum Bay?
  • Which movement promotes understanding between different branches of the Christian faith?
  • Which movement was the series 'Shoulder to Shoulder' about?
  • Which MP called for Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle to be sold?
  • Which MP Edwina became 'Eggwina' after a salmonella scare?
  • Which MP has won two Oscars?
  • Which MP is the son in law of Alf Garnett's son in law?
  • Which MP starred in the film 'Women in Love'?
  • Which MP takes his dog into the House of Commons?
  • Which MP won gold medals at the 1980 and 1984 Olympics?
  • Which MP's father starred in the film classic 'The Blue Lamp'?
  • Which much publicised operation did Doctor Richard Raskind undergo?
  • Which much-knocked talent show began its 20-year run in 1956?
  • Which Mull was the title of a song by Paul McCartney?
  • Which music hall comedian was known as the 'Cheeky Chappie'?
  • Which music hall singer's real name was Hugh MacLennan?
  • Which musical about Professor Higgins and Eliza Doolittle is based on 'Pygmalion'?
  • Which musical are the songs 'Tonight' and 'Somewhere' from?
  • Which musical did Lee Margin's sole hit, 'Wandrin' Star', come from?
  • Which musical direction means at ease, at a slow comfortable pace?
  • Which musical does 'Hey Big Spender' come from?
  • Which musical does 'I Know Him So Well' come from?
  • Which musical does the song 'I Am What I Am' come from?
  • Which musical hailed the dawning of the age of Aquarius?
  • Which musical includes the characters Sky Masterson and Nathan Detroit?
  • Which musical instrument can be formed from the word 'altering'?
  • Which musical instrument did American Rickenbacher create?
  • Which musical instrument do you associate with Dizzy Gillespie?
  • Which musical instrument does Nigel Kennedy play ?
  • Which musical instrument featured in the theme of 'The Third Man'?
  • Which musical instrument has dampers, hammers and strings?
  • Which musical instrument is played by Acker Bilk?
  • Which musical instrument is played by Larry Adler?
  • Which musical is 'I Know Him So Well' from?
  • Which musical is about a circus impresario?
  • Which musical is based on 'The Taming of the Shrew'?
  • Which musical is based on T. S. Eliot's poems?
  • Which musical is based on the story of Romeo and Juliet?
  • Which musical is the name of a fairground ride?
  • Which musical is the name of a US state?
  • Which musical is the song 'Ol' Man River' from?
  • Which musical is the song 'One' from?
  • Which musical note follows fah?
  • Which musical star was Andrew Lloyd Webber's second wife?
  • Which Naked film was the first in the series with Leslie Nielsen?
  • Which name is shared by actress Elizabeth and snooker star Dennis?
  • Which name is shared by model Cindy and actor/singer Michael?
  • Which national park, known for its Aboriginal rock paintings and wildlife, lies to the east of Darwin?
  • Which natural disaster is the San Andreas Fault prone to?
  • Which natural disaster is the San Andreas Fault prone to?
  • Which naturalist is the author of ' My Family and Other Animals'?
  • Which naturalist Sir David has a film director brother Richard?
  • Which naval tradition ceased in 1970?
  • Which neighbouring countries' currency is the won?
  • Which Neil became leader of the Labour Party in 1983?
  • Which Neil Diamond song was The Monkees' first No 1?
  • Which nephew of Barry John became a Wigan player?
  • Which new British military force was established in 1918?
  • Which new capital's main architect was Oscar Niemeyer?
  • Which New England poet had 'miles to go before I sleep'?
  • Which new policy in 1958 was an attempt to achieve 'true communism' in China?
  • Which new record label was 'Tubular Bells' recorded on?
  • Which new weapon was introduced in battle in 1916?
  • Which New York borough is noted for its skyscraper skyline?
  • Which New York borough is noted for its skyscraper skyline?
  • Which New York street is famous for its fashion stores?
  • Which New York street is famous for its fashion stores?
  • Which New York street is famous for its theatres?
  • Which New Zealand cricket captain also captained Surrey?
  • Which New Zealander won the motor racing championship in 1967?
  • Which news programme was first to enter the Top 10 ratings in 1967?
  • Which newspaper sent Stanley to find Livingstone?
  • Which newspaper used 'Iron Curtain' earlier in the sense of protection?
  • Which newsreader's drugs for epilepsy made him appear to be drunk?
  • Which Nick won the British Open in 1990 and 1992?
  • Which Nick won the British Open in 1990 and 1992?
  • Which nickname did saxophonist Julian Adderley acquire?
  • Which nickname is given to aircraft such as the Harrier?
  • Which Nigel is a former Chancellor of the Exchequer?
  • Which night did Whigfield sing about ?
  • Which night did Whigfield sing about ?
  • Which night is April 30th?
  • Which Niki was badly burnt in the 1976 German Grand Prix?
  • Which No 1 did Sinatra have with his elder daughter?
  • Which No 1 links Elvis Presley and UB40?
  • Which No 1 single included the bracketed words 'In Perfect Harmony'?
  • Which No 1, later a hit for Robson and Jerome, was at the top spot for 18 weeks?
  • Which Noel said, 'Television is something you appear on: you don't watch it'?
  • Which Norman Mailer novel is based on a protest march?
  • Which Norman Mailer novel is based on a protest march?
  • Which Norman said, 'He got on his bike and looked for work.'
  • Which North Wales university town shares its name with a resort of Northern Ireland?
  • Which northerly castle is owned by the Queen Mother?
  • Which northern city is served by Ringway airport?
  • Which Northern Ireland golfer secured victory for Europe on the final day of the 1995 Ryder Cup?
  • Which Norwegian Olympic skating champion featured in many Hollywood films in the 1930s and 1940s?
  • Which Nottingham club was managed by Brian Clough?
  • Which novel by Charlotte reflects her life as a governess abroad?
  • Which novel by Victor Hugo became a long-running musical?
  • Which novel is 'Heathcliff' based on?
  • Which novel is about a boy called Billy Casper who trains a hawk?
  • Which novelist Jackie has an actress sister called Joan?
  • Which novelist wrote the book 'Westward Ho!'?
  • Which number code system is based on the digits 1 and 0?
  • Which object took almost seven hours to rise from the Solent in 1982?
  • Which ocean is crossed to sail from San Francisco to Sydney?
  • Which ocean is the world's deepest?
  • Which Ocean is to the west of Ireland?
  • Which Ocean is to the west of Portugal?
  • Which ocean lies between Europe and America?
  • Which ocean lies to the north of Russia?
  • Which Ocean's name means peaceful?
  • Which of Chaplin's sons starred with him in 'A King in New York'?
  • Which of Charles Dickens' novels was left unfinished in 1870?
  • Which of his novels did Dickens say he liked the best?
  • Which of his novels did Dickens say he liked the best?
  • Which of Nora Batty's wrinkled garments turned on Compo?
  • Which of Shakespeare's plays involves a pound of flesh?
  • Which of the following can vote in a general election: the mentally ill, criminals, people under 18?
  • Which of the senses is poorly developed in most birds?
  • Which of the seven deadly sins begins with G?
  • Which of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World survives today?
  • Which of two kinds of wood can a shillelagh be made from?
  • Which of Verdi's operas is set in Ancient Egypt?
  • Which office block is located at the junction of Charing Cross Road and Tottenham Court Road?
  • Which Old Testament book is about the sufferings of one man?
  • Which Old Testament prophet was the subject of an oratorio by Mendelssohn?
  • Which Olympic swimmer played the film role of Tarzan?
  • Which Olympic water sport includes twists, tucks and pikes?
  • Which one-time Hollywood pair have a daughter called Dakota ?
  • Which opera does 'Nessun Dorma' come from?
  • Which opera does 'Nessun Dorma' come from?
  • Which opera features the song 'Take A Pair Of Sparkling Eyes'?
  • Which opera singer had a hit with 'Amigos Para Siempre' (Friends for Life) in 1992?
  • Which opera singer sang at the wedding of Charles and Diana?
  • Which operation did James Peterson carry out on Presley in March 1958?
  • Which operation did James Peterson carry out on Presley in March 1958?
  • Which opposition leader in the Philippines was murdered in 1983?
  • Which opposition leader in the Philippines was murdered in 1983?
  • Which orange juice/champagne mix were Eurovision winners in 1981?
  • Which orange juice/champagne mix were Eurovision winners in 1981?
  • Which orange seller became mistress of Charles II?
  • Which Order did Edward III found in 1350?
  • Which order in the classification of animals has most members?
  • Which organ in the body is affected by otitis?
  • Which organ of the body is affected by Bright's Disease?
  • Which organ of the body secretes insulin?
  • Which organisation did Prince Charles set up in 1976?
  • Which organisation executed Mussolini?
  • Which organisation executed Mussolini?
  • Which organisation was founded in Ontario, Canada, by Mrs Hoodless in 1897?
  • Which organisation's motto is 'Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity'?
  • Which original Beatle did Ringo Starr replace?
  • Which original Beatle did Ringo Starr replace?
  • Which Oscar said, 'I have nothing to declare except my genius.'
  • Which Oxford college did she attend?
  • Which Pacific islands share their name with a wise man in the Bible?
  • Which painter caught the loneliness of city life in the 1930s and 1940s?
  • Which painter was born at East Bergholt?
  • Which painting medium uses egg yolk and water?
  • Which painting was stolen and kept for two years by V. Peruggio?
  • Which Pakistani cricketer married heiress Jemima Goldsmith?
  • Which Palace in London started a television service?
  • Which palace was once the site of a famous coronation stone?
  • Which paper was first published as the 'Daily Universal Register'?
  • Which paradise holiday island is the most easterly of the West Indies?
  • Which Park was the Spielberg film about dinosaurs?
  • Which part did Michael Jackson play in 'The Wiz'?
  • Which part of a bird was used as a pen?
  • Which part of a rhubarb plant is poisonous?
  • Which part of Captain Jenkins was cut off to start a war?
  • Which part of East London sang 'Stay Another Day' in 1994 ?
  • Which part of East London sang 'Stay Another Day' in 1994 ?
  • Which part of England is associated with the novels of Arnold Bennett?
  • Which part of his anatomy did Van Gogh cut off?
  • Which part of its body does a snake use to detect noise?
  • Which part of Oxford is famous for motor car manufacture?
  • Which part of the body is described by the word labial?
  • Which part of the body would be affected by astigmatism?
  • Which part of the brain controls the heart rate?
  • Which part of the country would a Geordie come from?
  • Which part of the foot is between the sole and the heel?
  • Which part of the golden eagle is gold?
  • Which part of the gut absorbs water from the food?
  • Which part of the mint plant is used to make mint sauce?
  • Which part of the Pacific is the setting for a popular musical?
  • Which part of the rhino is regarded as an aphrodisiac?
  • Which partnership wrote 'Walk On By' for Dionne Warwick?
  • Which parts of the Venus de Milo are missing?
  • Which party does Screaming Lord Sutch represent?
  • Which party won a fourth consecutive term of office in the UK in 1992?
  • Which party won the general election in 1945?
  • Which patrol group keeps track of all icebergs?
  • Which Paul burst into tears after England went out of the 1990 World Cup?
  • Which Paul burst into tears after England went out of the 1990 World Cup?
  • Which Paul was famous for paintings of the South Seas?
  • Which Peaks provided a mysterious soap series in 1990-91?
  • Which Peaks provided a mysterious soap series in 1990-91?
  • Which pear-shaped tropical fruit has given its name to a bathroom suite colouring?
  • Which Percy Sledge classic charted in the mid-1960s and mid-1980s?
  • Which performers were a favourite subject for painter/sculptor Degas?
  • Which personality, always ready for a Challenge, took part in a helicopter-oriented 'Treasure Hunt'?
  • Which Peter took the Darling children to Never Never Land?
  • Which pets featured on the programmes with Barbara Woodhouse?
  • Which pets featured on the programmes with Barbara Woodhouse?
  • Which Phil became famous for presenting 'One Man And His Dog'?
  • Which Phil was world darts champion in 1990 and 1992?
  • Which Phil was world darts champion in 1990 and 1992?
  • Which Phillip presents 'Talking Telephone Numbers'?
  • Which philosopher invented 'the Superman'?
  • Which physicist and chemist gave his name to the law of induction?
  • Which physicist who contributed to the development of Soviet nuclear weapons was also a civil rights campaigner?
  • Which pianist had hits with 'Side Saddle' and 'Roulette'?
  • Which pianist's reply to criticism was 'I cried all the way to the bank.'?
  • Which piece of furniture is Benjamin Franklin credited with creating?
  • Which piece of music by Ravel did Torvill and Dean use in winning an Olympic gold for ice dancing?
  • Which piece of music by Ravel did Torvill and Dean use in winning an Olympic gold for ice dancing?
  • Which Pierre and Marie discovered radium?
  • Which Pierre-Auguste painted 'Umbrellas' and 'The Bathers'?
  • Which Place was the name of the first major US soap?
  • Which Place was the setting for the early soap with Mia Farrow and Ryan O'Neal?
  • Which plan did Prince Charles describe as 'a monstrous carbuncle'?
  • Which planet did Herschel discover in 1781?
  • Which planet did Mariner 9 photograph in 1971-72?
  • Which planet did Mork come from?
  • Which planet does Superman come from?
  • Which planet has a Great Dark Spot?
  • Which planet has a pink appearance?
  • Which planet has at least 13 moons?
  • Which planet has the Great Red Spot?
  • Which planet has the largest number of moons?
  • Which planet has the lowest density?
  • Which planet is 4,500 million years old?
  • Which planet is also known as the Red Planet?
  • Which planet is fourth from the sun?
  • Which planet is nearest to the sun?
  • Which planet lies between Venus and Mars?
  • Which planet other than Venus does not have moons?
  • Which planet was discovered by Johann Galle in 1846?
  • Which plant is also called the torch lily?
  • Which plant is grown not for its flowers but for its silvery seed pods?
  • Which plant is the Irish emblem?
  • Which plant was named after the Greek goddess of the rainbow?
  • Which plant-sucking insect caused huge disruption to the wine industry of Europe in the 19th century?
  • Which player broke a leg in a Test series against New Zealand in 1992?
  • Which player was involved in Britain's first million pound transfer?
  • Which player was known as the 'Bounding Basque'?
  • Which playing card is referred to as the 'curse of Scotland'?
  • Which playwright told besuited actress Edna Furber that she looked like a man, and was given the reply 'So do you.'?
  • Which playwright wrote 'Barefoot in the Park' and 'The Odd Couple'?
  • Which poet drowned while sailing off the coast of Italy in 1822?
  • Which poet sold his home, Newstead Abbey, to pay his debts?
  • Which poet spent time in a US mental hospital after supporting Mussolini and the Fascists in World War II?
  • Which poet spent time in a US mental hospital after supporting Mussolini and the Fascists in World War II?
  • Which poet wrote about the charms of Miss Joan Hunter Dunn?
  • Which poetess had a dog named Flush?
  • Which poetess Pam won 'Opportunity Knocks' in 1975?
  • Which poisonous gas is given off from a car exhaust?
  • Which police series had the theme music 'An Ordinary Copper'?
  • Which police series is based at Sun Hill police station?
  • Which political party takes its name from a band of Irish outlaws?
  • Which politician had a dog called Pushinka?
  • Which politician Jeffrey wrote 'Kane and Abel'?
  • Which politician wrote 'A Woman's Place'?
  • Which politician's memoirs appeared in the book 'Upwardly Mobile'?
  • Which pop festival gave Matthews Southern Comfort a hit?
  • Which pop singer played in goal for Real Madrid?
  • Which pop singer received a knighthood in 1995?
  • Which pop singer received a knighthood in 1995?
  • Which pop singer was designer/TV presenter Jeff Banks married to?
  • Which pop singer's real name is Mary O'Brien?
  • Which pop star began legal proceedings against Sony in 1993?
  • Which pop star was Jeff Banks married to?
  • Which pope occupied the Holy See for only two days?
  • Which pope was shot by Mehmet Ali Agca on May 13th, 1981?
  • Which popular yellow spring flower did Wordsworth write about?
  • Which Portuguese province borders Spain and the Atlantic Ocean?
  • Which position did Pope John Paul II play in the Polish amateur soccer team?
  • Which post did Joseph Kennedy hold at the outbreak of World War II?
  • Which post did Joseph Kennedy hold at the outbreak of World War II?
  • Which post did Ted Heath hold when Britain first tried to join the EEC?
  • Which pre-decimal coin do you shove in a table game?
  • Which pre-school programme was the first programme on BBC2?
  • Which precinct does Ed McBain write about?
  • Which predecessor of the CD player did Thomas Edison create?
  • Which prefix denotes a one thousand millionth part?
  • Which premier was Huddersfield's most famous son?
  • Which president initiated his 'Great Society' programme?
  • Which president initiated his 'Great Society' programme?
  • Which president ordered the dropping of the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki?
  • Which president ordered the dropping of the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki?
  • Which president other than John F. Kennedy was killed this century?
  • Which president other than John F. Kennedy was killed this century?
  • Which president was a former director of the CIA?
  • Which president was a former director of the CIA?
  • Which president's foreign policy was to 'speak softly with a big stick'?
  • Which president's foreign policy was to 'speak softly with a big stick'?
  • Which prime minister brought in a 10.30pm TV curfew in 1973?
  • Which prime minister of South Africa was assassinated in 1966?
  • Which prime minister's father was a trapeze artist?
  • Which Prince is Duke of Edinburgh?
  • Which Prince was a helicopter pilot in the Falklands War?
  • Which prince's last three names are Charles Albert David?
  • Which princess is known by her husband's first name?
  • Which princess's first names are Marie Christine?
  • Which principality lies between France and Spain in the Pyrenees?
  • Which principle in the Maastricht Treaty says the Community will act on policies which member states would find difficult to deal with alone?
  • Which prison closed on March 21st, 1963?
  • Which prison did Mike Hammer actor, Stacy Keach, spend time in?
  • Which prize-winning novel by Kazuo Ishiguro became a successful film?
  • Which product was advertised by Supermodel Eva Herzagovia using the slogan 'Hello Boys'?
  • Which profession would use the terms occlusion, isohyet and adiabatic?
  • Which programme began with the control voice saying 'There is nothing wrong with your television set'?
  • Which programme features Jilly Goolden, Oz Clarke and Michael Barry?
  • Which programme featuring Prunella Scales and Joan Sanderson transferred from radio to TV?
  • Which programme gave the catchphrase 'Gissa job'?
  • Which programme gave the catchphrase 'Gissa job'?
  • Which programme has Judith Harn and Carol Vorderman presented?
  • Which programme recreated Old Time Music Hall?
  • Which programme saw the first adventures of the starship Enterprise?
  • Which programme started with the words, 'There is nothing wrong with your television set....'?
  • Which programme surprised its 'victims' with a big red book?
  • Which project did she give the go-ahead to in January 1986?
  • Which province of southeast Ireland includes the counties of Wexford and Wicklow?
  • Which pseudonyms did the Bronte sisters use when they published a collection of poems in 1846?
  • Which psychiatrist wrote 'Bird of Paradise'?
  • Which public school did Sir Winston Churchill go to?
  • Which punk dance became popular in the mid-1970s?
  • Which puppet appeared with Terry Hall?
  • Which purple precious gem is the birthstone for February?
  • Which qualification sang 'I won't let you down' in 1982?
  • Which quartet consisted of Susanna Hoffs, Annette Zilinskas and Debbi and Vicki Peterson?
  • Which Queen gave her name to the capital of Hong Kong?
  • Which queen of England had 11 fingers?
  • Which queen started a nursing service for soldiers?
  • Which Queen was married to Prince Albert?
  • Which quiz and chat show host devised 'Whose Baby'?
  • Which quiz show was originally part of 'Wednesday Night Out'?
  • Which Rab C. was a Glasgow street philosopher?
  • Which Rab C. was a Glasgow street philosopher?
  • Which race came first, the 1000 Guineas or 2000 Guineas?
  • Which race did Jim Peters run in under 2 hours 20 minutes?
  • Which race is known as 'The Publicans' Derby'?
  • Which race meeting is as famous for its hats as for its horses?
  • Which race was Lester Piggott the youngest-ever winner of in June 1954?
  • Which racecourse used to be alongside the Thames near Hampton Court?
  • Which Radio 1 DJ had a posse on his afternoon show and then on his breakfast programme?
  • Which Radio 1 DJ read out 'Confessions'?
  • Which Radio 1 DJ went on to host a morning show on Radio 3?
  • Which Radio 4 show does Antony Clare host?
  • Which radio DJ is Keith Chegwin's sister?
  • Which radio DJ urged listeners to 'fight the flab'?
  • Which radio programme did the Queen Mother never miss as she said it gave her knowledge of middle-class life?
  • Which radio programme featured the saying, 'Left hand down a bit'?
  • Which radio serial is 'an everyday story of country folk'?
  • Which radio show featured Jimmy Edwards and June Whitfield?
  • Which radio show was originally called 'Crazy People'?
  • Which rail bridge is the longest in Europe?
  • Which rail line, opened in 1830, was the world's first inter-city service?
  • Which range of domed mountains lies in Purnululu National Park?
  • Which range of northern hills is called the backbone of England?
  • Which Rat revived the flagging fortunes of TV-am?
  • Which Rat revived the flagging fortunes of TV-am?
  • Which Ray was the most successful snooker player of the 70s?
  • Which rays for examining the inside of the body did Rontgen discover?
  • Which record label did Jesus and Mary Chain first record on?
  • Which record label turned down The Beatles?
  • Which record machine appeared in coffee bars in the 1950s?
  • Which record producer Phil produced a 'wall of sound' in the 1960s?
  • Which record was a hit for Bill Wyman in 1983?
  • Which record went to No 1 after his death in 1977?
  • Which record went to No 1 after his death in 1977?
  • Which reddish brown songbird sings just before dawn or after dusk?
  • Which religion has Sunnis and Shiites?
  • Which religion is based on the teaching of Siddhartha Gautama?
  • Which religion observes the Passover?
  • Which religion was founded by a science fiction author?
  • Which religious body publishes a magazine called 'The War Cry'?
  • Which religious programme did Harry Secombe start to present?
  • Which religious programme did Harry Secombe start to present?
  • Which religious sect was founded by J. N. Darby and E. Cronin?
  • Which religious writer was born in Elstow, near Bedford?
  • Which reporter fronted the film footage that sparked off Band Aid?
  • Which residence of the Queen's was opened to the public in 1993?
  • Which residential university college was founded in 1899 for working people?
  • Which revolution began in 1917?
  • Which Richard starred in 'Ever Decreasing Circles'?
  • Which Richie Valens 1950s hit charted for Los Lobos in 1987?
  • Which Rio-based club is named after a Portuguese navigator?
  • Which rival of Mozart has been accused, falsely, of poisoning him?
  • Which river does the water in real Irish Guinness come from?
  • Which river flows through Cambridge?
  • Which river flows through Glasgow?
  • Which river flows through the Grand Canyon in the United States?
  • Which river forms part of the frontier between Spain and Portugal?
  • Which river in The Borders gives its name to a woollen fabric?
  • Which river is celebrated in Johann Strauss's most famous waltz?
  • Which River provided hits for Andy Williams and Danny Williams?
  • Which river runs through London?
  • Which river runs through the Grand Canyon?
  • Which Robinson was shipwrecked on a desert island?
  • Which Rochdale Cowboy was a 1970s folk club favourite?
  • Which rock forms the greater part of the White Cliffs of Dover?
  • Which rock group's name is the Latin for the existing state of things?
  • Which rock guitarist had a band called the Experience?
  • Which rock guitarist prophetically said, 'When you're dead you're made for life'?
  • Which Rock is on the south coast of Spain?
  • Which rock legend's daughter did Michael Jackson marry?
  • Which rock star did Elvis Presley's daughter marry?
  • Which rock star did Elvis Presley's daughter marry?
  • Which rock star, known as 'Slowhand', received an OBE in 1995?
  • Which rock superstar did Mark Chapman gun down?
  • Which rock superstar is a former chairman of Watford football club?
  • Which Rocky boxer retired undefeated in 1956?
  • Which Rod Stewart hit starts 'Wake up, Maggie...'?
  • Which Roger has played James Bond?
  • Which Rolf Harris record went to No 1 in 1969?
  • Which Roman emperor died at York in AD 211?
  • Which Roman emperor ordered St Peter to be crucified?
  • Which Roman goddess of flowers is the name of a brand of margarine?
  • Which Romanian leader was shot with his wife at Christmas 1989?
  • Which Romanian leader was shot with his wife at Christmas 1989?
  • Which romantic hero was played by Colin Firth in 1995?
  • Which romantic poet wrote 'The Bride of Abydos'?
  • Which Ron played Fagin on film?
  • Which Ronettes hit was Phil Spector's only Grammy award?
  • Which Ronnie Barker comedy was set inside a prison?
  • Which Roundabout was about Dougal, Florence and Zebedee?
  • Which Rovers does veteran cartoon character Roy play for?
  • Which Rowan played the bumbling Mr Bean?
  • Which Rowan played the bumbling Mr Bean?
  • Which Roy Orbison hit begins, 'A candy coloured clown they call the sandman'?
  • Which Roy presents 'Catchphrase'?
  • Which royal estate was bought by Prince Albert for £31,000?
  • Which Royal has a home on the island of Mustique?
  • Which royal residence is in Norfolk?
  • Which royal sport would you see at Cowdray Park and Hurlingham?
  • Which Royal survived a kidnap attempt in 1974?
  • Which royal was quoted by the press as saying 'Why don't you naff off'?
  • Which rubber-based product was patented in the United States in 1869?
  • Which rugby international won junior Wimbledon in 1966?
  • Which Rugby League side play at Bury FC's ground, Gig Lane?
  • Which rugby league team won the Challenge Cup every year for the first half of the 1990s?
  • Which rugby league team won the Challenge Cup every year for the first half of the 1990s?
  • Which rugby nation was readmitted to international competition in 1993?
  • Which Russell was astrologer on 'Breakfast Time'?
  • Which Russell was astrologer on 'Breakfast Time'?
  • Which Russian ballerina gave her name to a meringue dessert?
  • Which Russian ballerina gave her name to a meringue dessert?
  • Which Russian city used to be called Leningrad?
  • Which Russian dancer gave his name to a famous racehorse?
  • Which Russian dancer gave his name to a famous racehorse?
  • Which Russian declined the 1958 Nobel prize after his novel about his mother country was published in Italy?
  • Which Russian dissident's memoirs were called 'The Oak and the Calf'?
  • Which Russian dramatist married one of the actresses in his company?
  • Which Russian novelist was sentenced to hard labour in Siberia in 1849 for printing socialist propaganda?
  • Which Russian ruler imposed a beard tax?
  • Which Russian ruler was known as 'the Terrible'?
  • Which Russian-born composer wrote 'The Rite of Spring'?
  • Which Russian-born composer wrote 'The Rite of Spring'?
  • Which Ruth created Inspector Wexford?
  • Which sacred rock is the world's largest monolith?
  • Which saga was about Soames, Irene, Jolyon and their family?
  • Which saint is the heaviest breed of dog named after?
  • Which Saint's day falls on 30 November?
  • Which Sally won Olympic gold in the 400-metre hurdles?
  • Which Sally won Olympic gold in the 400-metre hurdles?
  • Which Samuel kept a famous diary in the seventeenth century?
  • Which satellite sent the first live TV transmission between America and Europe?
  • Which satellite TV station began broadcasting topless darts in 1996?
  • Which satirical programme featured latex puppets?
  • Which satirical programme featured latex puppets?
  • Which satirical programme was abbreviated to TW3?
  • Which sauce did Henry Heinz invent in 1876?
  • Which Saudi Arabian king was assassinated in 1975?
  • Which scale measures the effects of an earthquake at a particular place?
  • Which Scandinavian alcoholic spirit is made from potatoes?
  • Which Scandinavian animals are famous for running over cliff tops?
  • Which Scandinavian capital begins and ends with the same letter?
  • Which scantily clad female had a daily strip in the 'Daily Mirror'?
  • Which school did Billy Bunter go to?
  • Which school did Prince William start at in 1995?
  • Which school did Queen Elizabeth II attend as a youngster?
  • Which school had a No 1 with 'There's No One Quite Like Grandma'?
  • Which sci-fi thriller did Mick Jagger appear in 1992?
  • Which scientist was known as the 'father of the Soviet H-bomb'?
  • Which Scottish group took their name from a Scritti Politti lyric?
  • Which Scottish Isle became linked to the mainland by a bridge in 1995?
  • Which Scottish mathematician invented logarithms?
  • Which Scottish Modern Girl Sheena had a hit with US singer Prince?
  • Which Scottish Modern Girl Sheena had a hit with US singer Prince?
  • Which Scottish school did Prince Charles go to?
  • Which Scottish show featured Helen Lederer and Gregor Fisher?
  • Which Scottish side's nickname is 'The Blue Brazil'?
  • Which Scottish soccer side monopolised the championship throughout the first half of the 1990s?
  • Which Scottish soccer side monopolised the championship throughout the first half of the 1990s?
  • Which Scottish soccer team are known as 'The Dons'?
  • Which Scottish soccer team was managed by Graeme Souness?
  • Which Scottish soccer team was managed by Graeme Souness?
  • Which screenplay did Miller write for his wife Marilyn Monroe?
  • Which screenplay did Miller write for his wife Marilyn Monroe?
  • Which sculpture did Auguste Bartholdi give to the United States?
  • Which sea area is immediately to the south of Ireland?
  • Which sea area lies due east of Dogger and Humber?
  • Which sea creature is known as a Portuguese man-of-war?
  • Which sea does the River Rhone flow into?
  • Which sea has no coast?
  • Which sea is north of Turkey?
  • Which Sea is to the east of the Island of Ireland?
  • Which sea is to the east of the Scottish mainland?
  • Which Sea is to the north of Wales?
  • Which sea lies between Italy and the former Yugoslavia?
  • Which sea lies between New Zealand and Australia?
  • Which sea lies to the north of Iran?
  • Which sea lies to the north of Poland?
  • Which sea provides much of Britain's domestic gas?
  • Which sea separates Europe and Africa?
  • Which seashore bird has a colourful triangular bill?
  • Which seaside resort is famous for its Tower and its Golden Mile?
  • Which seaside resort is on the Fylde?
  • Which seaside resort is Super-Mare?
  • Which season do Americans call the Fall?
  • Which season does the word vernal relate to?
  • Which Sebastian completed a hat-trick of running records in 1979?
  • Which secret society refers to God as 'the great architect of the Universe'?
  • Which secretary of state announced to the world that he was in charge after the assassination attempt on Ronald Reagan?
  • Which secretary of state announced to the world that he was in charge after the assassination attempt on Ronald Reagan?
  • Which section do you look for in the newspaper to read what the stars have in store for you?
  • Which senior political position did James Hacker MP reach?
  • Which separate companies invented and promoted the CD-ROM?
  • Which Serie A club is based on the island of Sardinia?
  • Which series about astronomy started with Patrick Moore?
  • Which series about sheep dog trials began in the 1970s?
  • Which series about three delinquent OAPs began in the 1970s?
  • Which series about two girls and a guy was called 'Three's Company' in the United States?
  • Which series began in 1950 and has since been presented by Terry Wogan, David Jacobs and Rosemarie Ford?
  • Which series ended when Tara King sent the main character into space?
  • Which series featured Ian McShane as an antiques dealer?
  • Which series featured Ian McShane as an antiques dealer?
  • Which series featured the firm McKenzie, Brackman, Chaney and Kusak?
  • Which series had the chart topping 'Eye Level' as its theme tune?
  • Which series has had Eartha Kitt in the role of Catwoman?
  • Which series included Emma Peel and Steed?
  • Which series is remembered for Diana seeming to swallow a mouse?
  • Which series linked Polly James and 'District Nurse' Nerys Hughes?
  • Which series preceded 'Galactica 80'?
  • Which series starred Patricia Hodge in the title role?
  • Which series starred Robbie Coltrane as a police psychologist?
  • Which series starred Robbie Coltrane as a police psychologist?
  • Which series starred the controversial Alf Garnett?
  • Which series was 'Thomas and Sarah' a spin-off from?
  • Which series was a children's predecessor of 'Monty Python'?
  • Which series was about Yorkshire vet James Herriot?
  • Which series was about Yorkshire vet James Herriot?
  • Which series was set in Seaport and Newtown?
  • Which sex chromosomes are possessed by a human male?
  • Which Shakespeare play is in three parts?
  • Which Shakespearean play takes place in Illyria?
  • Which Shakin' star recorded 'This Ole House'?
  • Which Shakin' star recorded 'This Ole House'?
  • Which shipping line did the 'Charlotte Rhodes' belong to?
  • Which shirt number do Italian clubs reserve for their star player?
  • Which shoes did Elvis warn you not to step on 1956?
  • Which short-legged dog is named after the 18th-century parson who bred them?
  • Which show became in 1981 the most heavily insured in British theatre?
  • Which show began broadcasting highlights of the day's football?
  • Which show ended ruefully with 'Bye bye, everybody, bye bye'?
  • Which show had the Enid Blyton spoof 'Five Go Mad in Dorset'?
  • Which show has famous folk answering questions sitting in boxes?
  • Which show has featured Christopher Biggins, Bob Carolgees and Gordon Burns?
  • Which show includes 'Climb Ev'ry Mountain'?
  • Which show is based on a game of darts?
  • Which show is TV's answer to The Guinness Book of Records?
  • Which show tests contestants on what things cost in the shops?
  • Which show was based on the parlour game charades?
  • Which show was first presented by Emma Forbes and Andi Peters?
  • Which show's biggest prizes are on the gold run?
  • Which showbiz golfer says, 'I'm in charge'?
  • Which side beat Arsenal in the 1995 European Cup Winners' Cup with a goal in the last minute of extra time?
  • Which sign of the zodiac follows Capricorn?
  • Which sign of the zodiac is represented as a man pouring water from a jug?
  • Which signal replaced the CQD signal in 1906?
  • Which Simon and Garfunkel song features the words 'Jesus loves you more than you can say'?
  • Which Simon and Garfunkel song starts 'I'm sitting in a railway station'?
  • Which Simply Red album contained 'For Your Babies'?
  • Which Sinatra hit was also a hit in Britain for Matt Monro?
  • Which Sinatra song did Sid Vicious record?
  • Which singer had a No 1 with 'All Kinds Of Everything'?
  • Which singer recorded 'Every Picture Tells A Story'?
  • Which singer recorded the 'When Harry Met Sally' soundtrack?
  • Which singer replaced Florence Ballard in The Supremes?
  • Which singer said, 'You're not drunk if you can lie on the floor without holding on'?
  • Which singer sold more than 15 million records of the songs of Bacharach and David between 1962 and 1970?
  • Which singer was 'Crazy' with his first single success?
  • Which singer was born in Rochdale and lived on the Isle of Capri?
  • Which singer was launched into 'The Big Time' by Esther Rantzen?
  • Which singer went solo after performing with the Commodores?
  • Which singer won an Oscar for 'Moonstruck'?
  • Which singer's name is Ciccone?
  • Which singer's real name is Declan McManus?
  • Which singer/radio DJ's name is also the name of a 19th-century dance?
  • Which singer/songwriter penned 'The Last Thing On My Mind'?
  • Which Sir Isaac discovered the law of gravity?
  • Which sisterhood established at Assisi around 1212 adopted the Franciscan rule and habit?
  • Which sisters had snakes on their heads in place of hair?
  • Which sisters recorded 'I'm In The Mood For Dancing'?
  • Which sit com shared its name with a food called the staff of life?
  • Which sit com was set in and around St Ogg's Cathedral?
  • Which sitcom was about the Boswell family from Liverpool?
  • Which sitcom was set in a bar in Boston?
  • Which situation comedy had Wendy Craig and Geoffrey Palmer as a married couple?
  • Which ski resort is a favourite for Prince Charles for his Xmas break?
  • Which sleuth drove round East Anglia in a vintage Lagonda?
  • Which Small Faces hit was co-written by Kenny Lynch?
  • Which soap character had a secretary called Sly?
  • Which soap features The Woolpack pub?
  • Which soap has featured the Corkhills, the Grants and the Dixons?
  • Which soap has the pub The Malt Shovel?
  • Which soap pub sells Newton and Ridley?
  • Which soap saw Jason Gioberti die in its first episode?
  • Which soap was a spin-off of 'Dynasty'?
  • Which soap, which started in 1960, tells of life in Weatherfield?
  • Which soap's first death was May Hardman on December 31st, 1960?
  • Which soccer club did Boris Becker have trials with?
  • Which soccer nation were surprise winners of the 1992 European championship?
  • Which soccer nation were surprise winners of the 1992 European championship?
  • Which soccer player advertised 'Brut' in the 1980s?
  • Which soccer player received his 100th England cap in April 1959?
  • Which soccer side has Alexandra in its name?
  • Which soccer side play at a Cottage?
  • Which soccer side plays at Rugby Park?
  • Which soccer side plays at St Andrews?
  • Which soccer team did England cricketer Denis Compton play for?
  • Which soccer team did Ian Botham play for?
  • Which soccer team is nicknamed 'The Pensioners'?
  • Which soccer team plays at Ninian Park?
  • Which soccer team won the Scottish League every season from 1970 to 1974?
  • Which social security benefit was introduced in 1909?
  • Which social system is divided into brahmins, ksatriyas vaisyas and sundras?
  • Which society requires a belief in the Great Architect of the Universe?
  • Which society was founded in London in 1884 to promote socialist ideas peacefully and to establish a socialist state in Britain?
  • Which software program was launched in 1982 by Lotus?
  • Which solo artist has had most weeks at No 1?
  • Which solo instrument did John Lennon play on 'Love Me Do'?
  • Which solo instrument did John Lennon play on 'Love Me Do'?
  • Which solo star had his first No 1 in a duo with Marc Almond in 1989?
  • Which Sondheim musical tells the story of a murdering barber?
  • Which song and show started as a Eurovision interval filler?
  • Which song contains the line, 'Each had a wooden horse'?
  • Which song contains the words, 'If you lose your teeth when you're out to dine borrow mine!'
  • Which song contains the words, 'Johnny is a joker, he's a bird'?
  • Which song did he sing to win a talent contest at the age of ten?
  • Which song did he sing to win a talent contest at the age of ten?
  • Which song did Lulu sing in the Eurovision Song Contest?
  • Which song did Sinatra sing in 'Robin and the Seven Hoods'?
  • Which song did The Wurzels base their 'Combine Harvester' on?
  • Which song features the line 'I bet you think this song is about you'?
  • Which song features the words 'Do the fairies keep him sober for a day'?
  • Which song from 'South Pacific' was recorded by Captain Sensible?
  • Which song has the chorus line 'Bang a gong'?
  • Which song starts, 'The taxman's taken all my dough...'?
  • Which song was a hit for both Buddy Holly and Mud?
  • Which song was a hit for both The Bachelors and Robson and Jerome?
  • Which song was a No 1 for Joe Cocker and Wet, Wet, Wet?
  • Which song was allegedly a jibe by John Lennon at Paul McCartney?
  • Which song was allegedly a jibe by John Lennon at Paul McCartney?
  • Which song won Sinatra a Grammy in 1965?
  • Which songwriters had individually belonged to The Hep Stars and the Hootenanny Singers?
  • Which songwriting pair penned hits in the rock 'n' roll era such as 'Teenager in Love' and 'Save the Last Dance for Me'?
  • Which songwriting pair wrote 'The Locomotion' for Little Eva?
  • Which songwriting team, who wrote for Presley, the Isley Brothers and many more, often used the pseudonym Mark Marwell?
  • Which songwriting trio established the Invictus and Hot Wax labels?
  • Which soul singer died in 1984 after lying in a coma for eight years?
  • Which soul singer married Whitney Houston in 1992?
  • Which sound is unique to many African languages including Xhosa?
  • Which South African won the British Open in 1949, 1950, 1952 and 1957?
  • Which South American country gave a soccer debut to Pele?
  • Which South American country shares its name with a nut?
  • Which southern French resort holds a yearly film festival?
  • Which southern German city is famous for its October beer festival?
  • Which Soviet foreign minister formulated the Sinatra doctrine?
  • Which Soviet republic did Khachaturian come from?
  • Which space probes failed to find life on Mars?
  • Which spacecraft was commanded by Steve Zodiac?
  • Which spaceman appeared on the front page of the original 'Eagle' comic?
  • Which Spaniard founded the Cubist movement?
  • Which Spaniard is known for his hallucinatory paintings?
  • Which Spanish painter Pablo was the founder of Cubism?
  • Which Spanish side did Howard Kendall once manage?
  • Which Spanish team did Gary Lineker play for?
  • Which special day follows Shrove Tuesday?
  • Which special name is given to a group of ravens?
  • Which speciality's ingredients include sheep's stomach and oatmeal?
  • Which spice comes from the crocus?
  • Which Spike said, 'Money can't buy friends, but you can get a better class of enemy'?
  • Which spiky tree has the scientific name Ilex aquifolium?
  • Which sport are Dick Francis' novels about?
  • Which sport awards the Harmsworth Trophy?
  • Which sport developed from a game called gossima?
  • Which sport did Bill Beaumont play?
  • Which sport did David Duckham play?
  • Which sport did Maureen 'Little Mo' Connolly play?
  • Which sport do the Atlanta Braves play?
  • Which sport do the Atlanta Braves play?
  • Which sport do the Buffalo Sabres play?
  • Which sport do the Buffalo Sabres play?
  • Which sport do the Harlem Globetrotters play?
  • Which sport do the Miami Dolphins play?
  • Which sport do the Miami Dolphins play?
  • Which sport do the Pittsburgh Pirates play?
  • Which sport does Murray Walker comment on?
  • Which sport does Sam Torrance play?
  • Which sport does the Federation Internationale des Quilleurs control?
  • Which sport has a Hall of Fame at Cooperstown, New York?
  • Which sport has a Hall of Fame at Cooperstown, New York?
  • Which sport has its headquarters in St John's Wood, London?
  • Which sport has three lifts, squat, bench press and dead lift?
  • Which sport has two main styles, called freestyle and Greco-Roman?
  • Which sport is a mixture of map reading and cross country running?
  • Which sport is Aviemore particularly famous for?
  • Which sport is Chris Boardman famous for?
  • Which sport is played at Cardiff Arms Park?
  • Which sport is played at Rosslyn Park?
  • Which sport is played at Sunningdale?
  • Which sport is played on the largest pitch of any game?
  • Which sport is the Curragh famous for?
  • Which sport is the sitcom 'Outside Edge' centred on?
  • Which sport was banned in England in 1849?