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Which is the only David Bowie single to have topped both the UK and US charts during his lifetime?
How do isotopes of the same element differ from each other?
What is the capital of Australia's Northern Territory?
Who wrote the trilogy of plays known as "The Norman Conquests"?
What songs with "Two" in the title were UK top ten hits for the following artists,[a] Adam Ant (1982), [b] Bloc Party (2005), [c] Phil Collins (1988), [d] S Club 7 (1999) and [e] Spin Doctors (1993)?
What fruit is known in North America as a Pomelo?
Who played Norman Bates in the 1998 re-make of Hitchcock's "Psycho"?
In which month does Royal Ascot traditionally take place?
In policing, what do the letters ANPR stand for?
The Four Corners monument marks the only point in the USA shared by four states, which four states are they?
What was the name of the character played by Diana Rigg in TV's The Avengers?
HDMI cables are commonly used to connect TVs to other electronic equipment, what does HDMI stand for?
In which Disney animation does the song "Zero to Hero" feature?
To date (June 2016) there has been six British Prime ministers representing the Labour party, can you name all six?
Featured in a children's magazine of the same name, who was Andy Capp's son?
Which country is home to the chicken restaurant chain, Nando's?
Which single by Blondie was the best selling record in the USA in 1980?
What was the currency of Portugal prior to the adoption of the Euro?
What are the four provinces of Ireland?
Which footballer followed a successful England career as manager of Southampton, Swindon Town and Leeds United?
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