Which sculptor was responsible for "St Michael and the Devil" at Coventry Cathedral?
The Skirrid is thought to be the oldest pub in Wales, near which town would you find it?
What was Rudyard Kipling's real first name?
What is the first month in the Muslim Calendar ?
Which songs with "Over" in the title were UK top five hits for the following artists, [a] Dave Clark Five (1963), [b] Simon and Garfunkel (1970), [c] Sophie Ellis-Bextor (2002), [d] Roxy Music (1980) and [e] David Guetta (featuring Kelly Rowland) (2009)?
Who in April 1972 became the youngest person to walk on the moon?
If you had experienced a sternutation what would have happened?
Which is the oldest of the Oxford colleges?
Which racecourses are home to the following horse races [a] Scottish Grand National, [b] Welsh Grand National and [c] Irish Grand National?
In Morse Code what letter is represented by one dot?
Which English football team did Kevin Keegan work for immediately prior to becoming England team manager?
Which river that forms much of the border between Norfolk and Suffolk joins the North Sea at Oulton Broad near Lowestoft?
In a British game of Monopoly, what is the cost of a station?
Which British composer wrote the opera "Troilus and Cressida"?
Who were the authors of these show-biz autobiographies, [a] Dear Fatty, [b] I'm a Believer, [c] The Time of my Life, [d] My Word is my Bond and [e] Who am I?
Who won the last Five Nations Rugby Championship in 1999 prior to the competition becoming the Six Nations the following year?
Based on the character from Shakespeare's plays, who wrote the opera "Falstaff"?
If you were born on the following Saint's days what would be your star sign, [a] St David's Day, [b] St George's Day, [c] St Andrew's Day and [d] St Patrick's Day?
Which artist often signed his works with a butterfly motif?
In computing, what does the acronym COBOL stand for?