Hello again. Let's take a look at these:
1. On 9th July 2007, snow fell on which capital city for the first time in 89 years and only the second time in recorded history?
2. Situated in the Esbjerg Municipality in south west Jutland, which is the oldest town in Denmark, having been established in the 8th Century?
3. Who was the only King of France to have been made a saint?
4. The painters Théodore Rousseau and Jean-François Millet were prominent members of which 19th Century French school of landscape painters, named after the town in Fontainbleau Forest where the artists gathered?
5. Which singer contributed backing vocals to the Electric Six's 2002 hit 'Danger! High Voltage' under the name John S. O'Leary?
6. Which American writer shot and killed his ex-wife during a drunken party game in Mexico City in 1951?
7. In terms of population, Bratislava is the largest city in Slovakia. Which is the second largest?
8. In which American state did the first Battle of the Bull Run occur in July 1861?
9. Who scored Arsenal's winning goal in extra-time of the replayed 1993 FA Cup final?
10. Which Russian resort was selected, in July 2007, as the host of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games?
11. Which two countries fought the Kalmar War from 1611 to 1613?
12. Which 17th Century Italian scientist is best remembered for inventing the mercury barometer?
13. According to Greek mythology, which king of Thebes was the husband of Jocasta and father of Oedipus?
14. Who was the American President who made the Louisiana Purchase from France?
15. Which Austrian feminist playwright and novelist won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2004?
16. Although it was nominated for 9 Academy Awards, the classic film 'Citizen Kane' only won one; which one?
17. Which French explorer became the first person to sail up the St Lawrence River, across which now stands a bridge bearing his name?
18. The musical 'Helly, Dolly!' was based on which play written by the American author Thornton Wilder?
19. Which Italian racing driver won the Formula 1 World Championship in 1952 and 1953?
20. In June 2007, to reflect the wishes of its inhabitants, the Japanese government officially switched the name of Iwo Jima to it original name; what is it now called?
21. Meaning 'Plain Land' in old Icelandic, what name was given to the area of North America, now part of Newfoundland, that was discovered by the norseman Leif Eiríksson in about the year AD1000?
22. Which American writer wrote a series of novels known collectively as 'The Leatherstocking Tales'?
23. Which English rock group took their name from the title of a 1966 novel by William Manus?
24. The 19th Century Belgian musicians Henri Vieuxtemps, Eugène Ysaÿe and Arthur Grumiaux are all famous players of which musical instrument?
25. Which was the only defeated European country to acquire new territory as part of the border adjustments after the First World War?
26. Killing 118 people throughout the film, the character John Preston has killed more people in one film than anyone else in cinema history; in which film of 2002 did he achieve this feat?
27. After a topping off ceremony in June 2007, the Comcast Centre officially became the tallest building in which American city?
28. Signed in 1581, the Oath of Abjuration was the formal declaration of independence of the northern Low Countries from which other country?
29. Which Roman author wrote the novel 'The Satyricon'?
30. Which basketball team defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers in June 2007 to win the NBA Championship?
31. Lying in Croatia, Slovenia and Italy, between the Gulf of Trieste and the Bay of Kvarner, what is the name of the largest peninsular in the Adriatic Sea?
32. If a carnivore is an animal that eats meat and a herbivore is an animal that eats plants then what name is given to a creature that eats only grass?
33. Which large flightless bird, of the genus Pinguinus, was hunted to extinction in 1844?
34. The Moche was an ancient civilisation that existed in which modern-day country?
35. Mir Castle and Niasviž Castle are both UNESCO World Heritage Sites in which European country?
36. In the New Testament, who was chosen as the twelfth apostle after the death of Judas Iscariot?
37. In which castle was Edward II killed?
38. In terms of area, which is the smallest of the former Soviet Republics?
39. Which land mammal has the most teeth?
40. What name has been given to the enormous birdlike dinosaur, that was discovered in Inner Mongolia by the paleontologist Xu Xing in June 2007?
41. During which war was an aeroplane first used to drop bombs?
42. Who was the Conservative MP for Eastbourne who was assassinated by the IRA in 1990?
43. Adrian Lyne's 2002 film 'Unfaithful' was a remake of which French film of 1968 directed by Claude Chabrol?
44. Who is the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Bulawayo and head of the Catholic church in Zimbabwe who, in June 2007, called on the British government to invade Zimbabwe and remove Robert Mugabe from power?
45. 'The Great Charlemagne, My Father' is the title of the national anthem of which country?
46. On New Years Eve in 2003, the actress and singer Natalie Imbruglia married Daniel Johns, the lead singer of which Australian rock group whose albums include 'Frogstomp' and 'Neon Ballroom'?
47. Who was the Egyptian Pharaoh at the time the Sphinx at Giza was erected?
48. Which English scientist received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1904 for his successful isolation of the inert atmospheric gas argon?
49. Major General Vang Pao was arrested in the United States in June 2007 for plotting to overthrow the government of which country?
50. Previously known as Mesembria, what is the name of the ancient city and UNESCO World Heritage Site on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast?
Hope that was okay. To the answers:
1. BUENOS AIRES
3. LOUIS IX
4. BARBIZON SCHOOL
5. JACK WHITE
6. WILLIAM S BURROUGHS
9. ANDY LINIGHAN
11. DENMARK & SWEDEN
12. EVANGELISTA TORRICELLI
14. THOMAS JEFFERSON
15. ELFRIEDE JELINEK
16. BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
17. JACQUES CARTIER
18. THE MATCHMAKER
19. ALBERTO ASCARI
20. IWO TO
22. JAMES FENNIMORE COOPER
23. MOTT THE HOOPLE
30. SAN ANTONIO SPURS
33. GREAT AUK
37. BERKELEY CASTLE
41. FIRST BALKAN WAR
42. IAN GOW
43. LA FEMME INFIDÈLE
44. PIUS NCUBE
48. JOHN WILLIAM RAYLEIGH