In which Middle Eastern city would you find the "Wailing Wall"?Jerusalem.
In which month of the year is the Open Golf Championship held?July.
Which Ronnie Barker sit-com was set in Slade prison?Porridge.
Which girl gave Rod Stewart his first UK number one?Maggie May.
The US city of Cleveland sits on the shore of which of the Great Lakes?Lake Erie.
What is the fourth book of the Bible?Numbers.
In which village is the TV soap "Emmerdale" set?Beckindale.
What is a young goat called?Kid.
Who played the DJ in the movie "Good Morning Vietnam"?Robin Williams.
In which part of the body would you find the Patella?Knee.
Who was the manager of Nottingham Forest when they won the European Cup?Brian Clough.
Prior to the adoption of the Euro, what was the currency of Austria?Schilling.
What day follows Shrove Tuesday?Ash Wednesday.
On a standard dartboard which number is diagonally opposite the number 18?Seven.
In geometry, how many minutes are there in one degree?Sixty.
Which Roman numeral represents one thousand?M.
In which continent would you find the mountain range known as the Hindu Kush?Asia.
Which toys were described as being "Robots in disguise"?Transformers.
Surgey Bubka was an Olympic champion in which sport?Pole Vault.