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- Which German word means lightning war?
- Can you name the rather tall co-presenter of the BBC One television quiz show Pointless?
- What name links the former rugby playing husband of Charlotte Church to the creator of The Muppets?
- Name the last British monarch to be born outside Great Britain?
- Which British television series is filmed at Weald and Downland Living Museum in Singleton, West Sussex?
- What did Ian Dury and the Blockheads want to be hit with?
- Human cells normally contain how many pairs of chromosomes?
- What is the name of Joe Biden's wife?
- What's the name of the tallest of all penguin species?
- What name is shared by a fictional plantation and the eldest daughter of Joan Collins?
- Designed by Danish architect Jorn Utzon, in which decade was the Sydney Opera House formally opened?
- Which famous American company has supplied the Presidential helicopter since 1957?
- Which actor was dubbed the muscles from Brussels?
- In miles per hour, what's the maximum speed limit that mobility scooters are allowed to do on UK roads? (Hint: if you need a clue, it's either 8, 12, 14 or 16 mile per hour)
- What does a Brannock Device measure?
- An ice giant is a giant planet composed mainly of elements heavier than hydrogen and helium. There are two ice giants in the Solar System, can you name both?
- Who starred in the sitcom Nearest and Dearest with Hylda Baker and played Cannonball Lee in the 1990 flim The Krays?
- Which Jane Austen novel tells the story of naive young Catherine Morland and her journey to a better understanding of herself and of the world around her?
- Which 3-digit number, particularly in America, is cannabis culture slang for marijuana?
- Name the world's lowest lying capital city, it sits an amazing 28 metres below sea level?
- Which character on the Teletubbies television series flows through Turin?
- What is the most northerly town in the UK?
- First made in France in 1869 in response to a challenge by Emperor Napoleon III, what did chemist Hippolyte Mege-Mouries invent?
- How many pennies are there in an old pound?
- Entertainer Annie Mae Bullock became famous under which name?
- How many consecutive Wimbledon titles did Martina Navratilova win in the 1980s?
- Which Swedish company with brands relating to outdoor and transportation products shares its name with the farthest north location mentioned in ancient Greek and Roman literature and cartography?
- Which four letters denote Jesus Nazareth King of the Jews?
- Which two explorers did President Thomas Jefferson commission to explore and map the newly acquired Louisiana Purchase territory in 1803?
- Which country are vending machines a common sight, with some estimates of one machine for every twenty-five people?
- Richard Osman
- George II (born 1683 in Hanover)
- The Repair Shop
- Rhythm Stick ("Hit Me with Your Rhythm Stick")
- 23 pairs of chromosomes (for a total of 46)
- Jill Biden
- Emperor Penguin
- Tara (which is the plantation from "Gone With the Wind" and Tara Newley)
- 1970s (October 1973)
- Jean Claude Van Damme
- 8 miles per hour
- Shoe size or feet (it's that typical device we've all seen in shoe shops)
- Uranus and Neptune
- Jimmy Jewel
- Northanger Abbey
- Baku (the capital of Azerbaijan on the Caspian Sea)
- Po (name of both the longest river in Italy and Teletubbies character)
- 240 pennies
- Tina Turner
- Lewis and Clark