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- By what name was the Year 2000 problem, relating to the formatting of calendar data, more commonly known?
- Which outdoor clothing brand name can also mean a series of races?
- What's the name of the flat disc balanced on the backs of four elephants and a giant turtle in the comic fantasy book series written by Terry Pratchett?
- Which French resistance fighter was awarded the 1969 Nobel Prize in Literature?
- Which British entertainer died in 1999 when he fell off the roof of his bungalow whilst adjusting a television aerial?
- What number can be dialled to reach all three emergency services anywhere in Europe?
- The trivia board game Trivial Pursuit was created in 1979 by Chris Haney in which country?
- Labour leader Keir Stammer's middle name is also the same name as an Only Fools and Horses character, what is it?
- The Gunfight at the O.K. Corral was a 30-second shootout in 1881, in which town?
- In Norse mythology, Yggdrasil is an immense mythical tree - what type of tree is it?
- Which United States military cemetery is located across the Potomac River close to Washington, D.C.?
- Which type of poem is created by taking words and phrases from other sources and reframing them - comedian Dave Gorman features such a poem in each episode of his series Modern Life is Goodish?
- Which type of edible fish, found on the coasts of Africa and Australasia, is often called a Peter's Fish and has a compressed olive-yellow body with a large dark spot?
- Which cathedral contains the world's oldest working clock and also the best surviving copy of the four original Magna Cartas?
- In the southern hemisphere, moss mostly grows on which side of trees - the north, south, west, or east side?
- Which code word in the phonetic alphabet is also a capital city?
- How many red stripes are there on the American flag?
- Which actor played the fictional character, Egghead, in the 1960s Batman television series?
- Who made the famous "Ich bin ein berliner" speech in 1963?
- The first modern hand grenade became available to British troops in 1915 - what was it called?
- Which hobby or craft uses knotting techniques to produce useful or decorative items such as wall hangings, tablecloths, and plant hangers?
- Which explorer was the first European to reach India by sea?
- What is vitamin riboflavin also known as?
- In 1960, which country experienced the most powerful earthquake ever recorded at magnitude 9.5?
- Which animals have similar sized hearts and the same pumping capacity of humans, so much so that they are sometimes called 'horizontal humans'?
- The Millennium bug
- Samuel Beckett (although Irish he lived most of his life in Paris)
- Rod Hull
- Tombstone (Arizona)
- Ash tree
- Arlington National Cemetery
- A found poem
- John Dory
- Salisbury Cathedral
- Vincent Price
- President John Fitzgerald Kennedy
- Mills bomb
- Vasco da Gama