With which boy band did Justin Timberlake begin his career? N'Sync.
The trade union known as the NUT represents which profession? Teachers (National Union of Teachers).
What was the name of the character played by Nicholas Lyndhurst in the BBC series "Only Fools and Horses"? Rodney Trotter.
Who in 1878 founded the Salvation Army? William Booth.
What was the name of the baseball star who married Marilyn Monroe? Joe DiMaggio.
What is manufactured using the Bessemer process? Steel.
Who succeeded Charles DeGaulle as President of France? Georges Pompidou.
In which book of the Bible is the story of Samson and Delilah told? Judges.
Of which country are the Faroe Islands a dependency? Denmark.
How many pieces does each player have at the beginning of a game of draughts? 12
In which pantomime does Widow Twankey traditionally appear? Aladdin.
Who was the manager of Manchester United at the time of the Munich air disaster? Matt Busby.
In a list of US States, which would come last alphabetically? Wyoming.
Which children's comic featured the characters of Desperate Dan and Korky the Cat? The Dandy.
What type of fruit is a cantaloupe? A Melon.
How was actress and singer Frances Gumm better known? Judy Garland.
Who was the famous son of Uther Pendragon? King Arthur.
Which part of a mint plant is used to make mint sauce? The Leaves.
In the TV cartoon series who was Yogi Bear's small friend? Boo-Boo.
Who recorded the 1985 album "Brothers in Arms"? Dire Straits.