1.  Q) What part of a medieval soldier's equipment was a buckler?

2.  Q) What was the British Christmas No.1 Single in 1971?

3.  Q) For how long was Lazarus dead before Jesus revived him?

4.  Q) Which 1964 musical film is an adaptation of the George Bernard Shaw play Pygmalion?

5.  Q) Which Scottish explorer navigated the Niger River in Africa in a converted canoe christened the Joliba?

6.  Q) Which country won 2018's Eurovision Song Contest?

7.  Q) How many bones called phalanges does a human body contain?

8.  Q) By what aristocratic title was UK prime minister Henry John Temple better known?

9.  Q) What is the capital of China?

10.  Q) The poster for the film The Graduate features the leg of which actress, who later starred in TV series Dallas?

11.  Q) Where were the Summer Olympics held in 1972?

12.  Q) Lemology is the study of what?

13.  Q) Xylophobia is the fear of what?

14.  Q) Small Heath and Aston are parts of which English city?

15.  Q) Who said: "All men are by nature equal, made all of the same earth by one Workman; and however we deceive ourselves, as dear unto God is the poor peasant as the mighty prince. "?

16.  Q) Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding are famous names in which sport?

17.  Q) What is the metric unit of electric resistance?

18.  Q) In which English county is Berkeley Castle?

19.  Q) In which royal residence was Queen Victoria born in 1819?

20.  Q) Qantas is an airline from where?

21.  Q) Who won the Formula One Driver's championship in 1957?

22.  Q) The Peepul Centre is an arts venue in which English city?

23.  Q) Who performed the theme to the James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever?

24.  Q) What type of creature is a macaque?

25.  Q) What town is the administrative centre of the Isles of Scilly?

26.  Q) Aldebaran is a star in which constellation?

27.  Q) After whom was the JCB construction vehicle named?

28.  Q) Which chemical element has the symbol Pa?

29.  Q) In which English county is the seaside resort of Bognor Regis?

30.  Q) What is the lowest rank in the British Army?

31.  Q) A vehicle with OM on its registration plates is from where?

32.  Q) How many planets in our solar system are classed as gas giants?

33.  Q) Which English Monarch followed Charles I?

34.  Q) Which bird has the Latin name Rallus aquaticus?

35.  Q) In the phonetic alphabet, what is the word for the letter U?

36.  Q) What is the first commandment?

37.  Q) Where would you find an airport named after Francisco Bangoy?

38.  Q) Who was the 36th US President?

39.  Q) What is the occupation of Mario, the Nintendo video game character?

40.  Q) Who was runner-up in the Wimbledon men's singles final in 2007?

41.  Q) How is/was Mary Isobel Catherine Bernadette O'Brien better known?

42.  Q) Which Indian prime minister gave his name to a certain type of collared jacket?

43.  Q) How many of Henry VIII's six wives were beheaded?

44.  Q) Which man-made material was invented in 1938 by Wallace Hume Carothers?

45.  Q) Which chemical substance has the formula H2SO4?

46.  Q) In computing, what does FTP stand for?

47.  Q) What five-letter word denotes a pore found on the surface of a leaf?

48.  Q) Who was the Command Module Pilot of Apollo 14?

49.  Q) What colour is tartrazine dye?

50.  Q) Which organ of the body is affected by Bright's disease?



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