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- How are Conquest, War, Famine and Death collectively known?
- Which food was created for patients of Battle Creek Sanatorium in Michigan, in 1894, which became so popular it was produced for the wider public?
- What is the first name of the wife of Emmanuel Macron, President of France?
- "You'll Never Walk Alone" is a show tune from which musical?
- The Halliwell Jones Stadium is a stadium in which British town?
- What colour is the falling letter 'i' in the logo of the supermarket chain Lidl?
- Which series of British children's comic strips and books, later adapted into a TV series, was created by John Ryan?
- Which flower is sometimes referred to as the Lenten lily?
- What alternative name for the killer whale is also the name of the boat in the films Jaws?
- According to the New Testament, what did Salome, the daughter of Herodias, infamously demand and receive?
- Which street was satirised by The Kinks in their 1966 hit, "Dedicated Follower of Fashion"?
- John Moores University is in which English city?
- Which 2004 film depicting the final ten days of Adolf Hitler's rule over Nazi Germany has given rise to a number of YouTube parodies??
- Two American states achieved statehood in 1912, name either?
- Which English journalist and TV presenter founded the website MoneySavingExpert.com?
- To which small island did Victor Hugo move to in 1855, where he stayed until Napoleon III's fall from power in 1870?
- Casting, burnishing and carnonizing are all terms relating to which skill or hobby?
- How many contestants featured in each epsiode of the 90s British game show Dale's Supermarket Sweep?
- Which country is the world's largest producer of olive oil?
- How many times does the number seven appear in the numbers 1 to 100?
- What name is shared by the 2018 winning Cambridge college of University Challenge and the largest city of Antigua and Barbuda?
- What was the name of the rag doll in the 1950s children's TV series Andy Pandy?
- The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
- Corn flakes (created by John Harvey Kellogg who was superintendent of the sanatorium)
- Carousel (a 1945 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical)
- Warrington (a rugby league stadium)
- Captain Pugwash
- The head of John the Baptist
- Carnaby Street
- New Mexico or Arizona
- Martin Lewis
- 20 (7, 17, 27, 37, 47, 57, 67, 70, 71, 72 ,73, 74, 75, 76, 77 (twice), 78 ,79, 87, 97)
- St Johns
- Looby Loo
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