Quick Fire Questions (Round 2)

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Which British band released the album 'Different Class' in 1995?



What is the name for a female fox?



How old was Bruce Lee when he died? 32, 42 or 52?



In Britain, the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs is better known by which acronym?



How many states are there in the United States of America?



Douglas is the capital of which self-governing crown dependency in the Irish Sea?

Isle of Man


Which English comic actor did Charlie Chaplin call his 'favourite clown'?

Sir Norman Wisdom


Which 1990 film starring Patrick Swayze has the tagline: "Before Sam was murdered, he told Molly he'd love and protect her forever."?



The Bone Clocks is a 2014 book from which English novelist?

David Mitchell


Triglav is the highest mountain in which southern Central Europe country?



Joey Dunlop, John McGuiness and Ian Hutchinson are famous names from which motorsport?

Motorbike racing


Which Manchester born comedian presented TV's Blankety Blank between 1984 and 1990?

Les Dawson


Which edible plant did Popeye eat to gain superhuman strength?



Which is the most common name in the history of British monarchs?



Actress Salma Hayek was born in which country?



The Merseyside Maritime Museum can be found in which British city?



Which British Pop Idol winner had a 2004 hit with 'Leave Right Now'?

Will Young


In American it's known as a the car hood, what's it known as in the UK?

Car bonnet


Which US swimmer holds the all-time record for Olympic gold medals with twenty-three?

Michael Phelps


Which colour flag indicates that it is not safe to swim on a British beach?