What was the name of the Prince that brought Sleeping Beauty back to life in Disney's 1959 movie?Prince Phillip.
Who was the author of the fantasy novel "The Land that Time Forgot"?Edgar Rice-Burroughs.
Launched in 1853,what was the name of the first steamship to circumnavigate the Earth?Argo.
Into which US City would you be arriving if you had just landed at McCarran International Airport?Las Vegas.
Which songs with "Change" in the title were UK top ten hits for the following, [a] The Scorpions (1991), [b] Take That (1994), [c] The Crickets (1962), [d] Sophie Ellis-Bextor (2004) and [e] Paul Young (1984)?[a] "Wind of Change' reached no. 2, [b] "Everything Changes", no.1, [c] "Don't Ever Change", no.5, [d] "I Won't Change You", no.9 and [e] "Everything Must Change", no.9.
Who carried the flag for the Great Britain team at the 2012 Olympic closing ceremony?Ben Ainslie.
According to both the UK and US Kennel clubs, which is the most popular breed of dog?Labrador Retriever.
Although named after the Houses of Parliament in which country is HP Sauce now made?The Netherlands.
Who stars as Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs in TV's "NCIS"?Mark Harmon.
Which English football clubs have the following nicknames, [a] The Bantams, [b] The Canaries, [c] The Owls, [d] The Eagles and [e] The Black Cats?[a] Bradford City, [b] Norwich City, [c] Sheffield Wednesday, [d] Crystal Palace and [e] Sunderland.
Which young author and blogger broke the record for the highest first-week sales of a first-time novelist for her book "Girl Online" in November 2014?Zoe Elizabeth Suggs (Zoella).
What was devised in 1887 by Ludwig Lazarus Zamenhof, a Polish physician?Esperanto.
Who in 1954 became the first black performer to have a UK number 1 hit?Winifred Atwell "Let's Have Another Party".
Who in 1935 became the first man to jump more than 8 metres in a long jump competition?Jesse Owens.
What is the formal name for theatre's "Tony" awards?The Antoinette Perry Award for Excellence in Theatre.
Which Italian international footballer had the nickname Il Divin Codino (The Divine Ponytail)?Roberto Baggio.
Which FOUR British cities start with the letter D?Derby, Derry, Dundee & Durham.
What was the title of the debut album released by US Hip-Hop star Kanye West in February 2004?"The College Dropout".
Which instrument was played by band leader Glenn Miller?Trombone.
Which is the only element that begins with the letter K?Krypton.