||Which US outlaw married his cousin, Zerelda ‘Zee’ Mimms, in 1874?
||From which country do Blue Mountain coffee beans come?
||How many Gold Medals did Canada win in the 2010 Winter Olympics?
||Which 1975 film features the character Frank N Furter?
||The Rocky Horror Picture Show
||What is the nickname of English football club Sheffield Wednesday?
||What is a straight line passing from side to side through the centre of a circle called?
||Which word represents the letter ‘K’ in the NATO Phonetic Alphabet?
||Which group of islands were claimed by the British in 1833?
||The Falkland Islands
||Which saint was the first British Christian martyr?
||The plant ‘Amaranthus Caudatus’ is better known as Love-Lies-‘what’?
||Which English poet’s works include ‘Birthday Letters?
||Keflavik is the main international airport of which country?
||In zoology, what is an animal called which feeds on decomposing organic matter?
||BS is the international car registration of which country?
||Which golfer won the 1997 US Masters?
||How many points is the ‘J’ tile worth in the game of Scrabble?
||Which film director’s epitaph reads ‘I’m in on a plot’?
||Vincent Crummles appears in which novel by Charles Dickens?
||Melodiya was the state-run record label of which country?
||In Norse mythology, the chariot of which goddess is pulled by two cats?
||Which British artist’s works include ‘The First Real Target’?
||A quincentenary is an anniversary of how many years?
||Which cartoon character is depicted on the welcome sign in Crystal City, Texas, ‘the spinach capital of the world’?
||A muskellunge is what type of creature?
||Which King of England sold Dunkirk to Louis XIV of France?
||What was the middle name of US actor James Dean?
||Misogamy is the hatred of what?
||Aotearoa is the local name for which country?
||British companies, Wagtail, Kelham Island and Revolution are all what types of which industry?
||Hong Kong, in China, lies at the mouth of which river?