||Which piece of post-modern furniture, a design icon of the 1980’s, by Ettore Sottsass, was said to be inspired by Bod Dylan’s song ‘Memphis Blues’?
||What name is given to atoms with the same atomic number but different numbers of neutrons in their nuclei?
||Seppuku, part of the code of Samurai warriors, is better known by what name?
||Henrietta Maria was the wife of which British monarch?
||King Charles I
||What is the name of Willy Loman’s son in the play ‘Death of a Salesman’ by Arthur Miller?
||The radio adaptation of which H G Wells novel, narrated by Orson Welles caused panic in parts of the USA in October 1938?
||The War of the Worlds
||What was the native language of Jesus Christ?
||What type of creature is a bufflehead?
||Which British actress appeared as a teenager in a 1950’s Gas Board commercial?
||Which US President’s name can be found on the Apollo 11 moon plaque?
||What is the name of Captain Hook’s boat in the children’s novel ‘Peter Pan’?
||In humans, nephrosis is the degeneration of which organ?
||In a 2009 article in The Economist, which late artist was described as the ‘bellwether of the art market’, referring to a painting of his which was sold in 1963 for $100 million?
||Spraint, or scat, is the dung of which creature?
||Achille Maramotti founded which Italian fashion house in 1951?
||Amsterdam, Kingston and Adelaide are all varieties of which vegetable?
||Who is the only driver in Formula One history to win the championship in a car which he built himself?
||In which British city is the University of Strathclyde?
||Which comedian played Kevin Turvey in the British tv sketch series ‘A Kick Up the Eighties?
||US communists Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were convicted and executed for conspiracy to commit espionage for passing information about what?
||The atomic bomb
||What is the name of the tool used by astronauts that combines pliers and wrench?
||What is the name of the small light ball of woven flax swung rhythmically at the end of a string in Maori songs and dances?
||Titania, Miranda and Bianca are all moons of which planet in our solar system?
||The resort of Costa Smeralda is on which Mediterranean island?
||In 1999, Squadron Leader Lynda Johnson became the first woman equerry to which member of the British royal family?
||Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh
||What is the fold of loose skin called hanging from the throat or neck of an animal or bird?
||Which Greek goddess is the muse of erotic poetry?
||A lucky clover is supposed to have how many leaves?
||The Copihue is the national flower of which South American country?
||Armed Forces Day is celebrated in Burma (Myanmar) during which month of the year?
||March – 27th