Which song from the Disney movie "Mary Poppins" won the Oscar for Best Song in 1964?
Although there are 28 member states of the European Union, how many official languages are there as at April 2014?
What are considered the FOUR precious stones?
Angel Falls in Venezuela is the highest uninterrupted waterfall in the world, how did it get its English name?
Which songs containing the word GOODBYE in the title were UK top 10 hits for the following artists, [a] The Searchers (1965), [b] Ronan Keating (2003), [c] Manhattans (1976), [d] Steps (2000) and [e] Bananarama (1983)?
Used extensively by the US Air Force in World War 2, by what name is the Boeing B-17 bomber better known?
What song in 1964 became the first US number 1 for The Beatles?
What were the titles of the SEVEN books in the Harry Potter series by J K Rowling?
Who in 1973 broke Babe Ruth's long standing career home runs record?
Which SEVEN Countries share a land border with Poland?
By what name is artist DOMENIKOS THEOTOKOPOULOS better known?
Who wrote the novel "Billy Liar"?
What type of medical condition is Christmas disease an example?
Which MAJOR key signatures are represented by the following, [a] 3 Sharps, [b] 6 sharps, [c] 3 Flats, [d] 6 flats and [e] No flats or sharps?
James Bond famously drove an Aston Martin DB5 in "Goldfinger", what do the initials DB stand for?
In which country do 100 PAISA equal 1 TAKA?
What were the maiden names of the following married personalities, [a] Victoria Beckham, [b] Sharon Osborne, [c] Coleen Rooney, [d] Cheryl Cole and [e] Louise Redknapp?
Which team in the 1993/94 season became the last Scottish football team to play in the First Round proper of the FA Cup?
Who are the ROMAN gods or goddesses of the following [a] Agriculture, [b] Sea, [c] Flowers, [d] Wine and [e] The Sky?
On what date is the Sun directly over the Tropic of Cancer?