My initial feeling is that a series of questions alone is not enough to uncover much new information. I recently handed off a series of questions to colleagues to use as the basis for interviews, and the result reads more like a survey: just minimal one line replies without soul.
I'm new to the field, but I'm finding Linowski's Micro Personas concept to be a useful framework for forming relevant questions, and introducing life into a list of flat questions during an interview.
I've discovered framing a loose interview with the goal of discovering needs, problems, habits, beliefs, etc to be really valuable. It helps me enter an interview with a loose structure whilst remaining focussed on developing an understanding of the person's motivations and context.
(I still weave in straightforward data questions: what device, how old, how many times a month…).