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- What event attracted the highest UK TV audience of the 1990s?
- The Chapman Root Glass Company was responsible for what 1915 iconic design nicknamed the 'hobble skirt' and 'Mae West'?
- Which of the Brontë sisters wrote the novel 'The Tenant of Wildfell Hall'?
- A clowder is a collective term for which creatures: dogs; cats; horses; or sheep?
- Which early British rock'n'roll star was Og the leprechaun in the 1968 film Finian's Rainbow?
- Which British football team is nicknamed the Blades?
- The colour of the moon's sky, seen from the moon, is always the same, what is it: blue; black; white; or pink?
- What is the name of the gland in the human body attached to the base of the brain important in controlling growth?
- In which US state is the annual Burning Man Festival held?
- Chladni patterns are formed when a surface covered in what is made to vibrate?
- What is the state capital of Victoria, Australia?
- If North is 0 and 360 degrees and East is 90 degrees, how many degrees is South-West?
- The Manzanares river runs through which city: Venice; New York; Madrid; or Nottingham?
- Name the Rochdale pensioner whom Gordon Brown was heard to call 'a sort of bigoted woman' after meeting her on a pre-election walkabout?
- The Kiakhta treaty (or Kyakhta), signed in 1727 in the city of that name, was between which two countries?
- Who was Britain's only Saxe-Coburg monarch, after his son renamed the royal house Windsor?
- Metrophobia informally refers to the irrational fear or hatred of what: small cars; underground railways; police officers; or poetry?
- USA athletes refused their silver medals at the 1972 Summer Olympics in which men's sport?
- British Honduras was renamed what, in 1973, after being granted self-government in 1964, and before gaining full independence in 1981?
- In which European city is The Council of Europe?
- Which body of water was previously called the Euxine, after early colonisation of its southern coastline by Greeks, derived from their word for 'hospitable'?
- If something is coriaceous, what does it resemble or have the texture of: leather; glass; chocolate; or water?
- In which country is the city of Mecca?
- A lustrum is a period of how many years?
- A diptych is a painting or altarpiece of how many panels, commonly hinged together?
- What Maryland presidential retreat, previously called Shangri-la, was renamed by Dwight D Eisenhower after his grandson?
- In the 1983 horror film 'Christine', what was Christine?
- Which part of a woman's body is named after German physician Ernst Grafenberg?
- In 1997 the Royal Academy of Art controversially exhibited a 1995 portrait of which convicted murderer, made from children's handprints, by Marcus Harvey?
- What is the most common natural pollinator of the pineapple: bees; wind; hummingbirds; or camels?
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