||Who directed and starred in the 1969 film ‘Easy Rider’?
||Boll weevil cause damage to which crop?
||In building, what does RSJ stand for?
||Rolled Steel Joist
||What is the forward part of a ship called below the deck, traditionally used as the crew’s living quarters?
||Which cleric is known as the ‘Primate of England’?
||Archbishop of Canterbury
||Which Sanskrit word means ‘awakened one’?
||What type of creature is a Dog Face?
||What is the piece of turf called which is cut out of the ground by a golf club striking a ball?
||In chemistry, Heavy Hydrogen is another term for what?
||Caravane, Paneer and Mondseer are all types of what?
||Talipes is the medical term for which condition?
||Who is the creator of animated characters Wallace and Gromit?
||Which city hosted the 1992 Summer Olympic Games?
||The River Lyn is in which English county?
||Which John Steinbeck novel is based on the Biblical story of Cain and Abel?
||East of Eden
||Mar Chiquita (Cordoba) is the largest natural salt lake in which South American country?
||Which British pop musician/actor was actress Sadie Frost’s first husband?
||Published in 1687, who wrote ‘Philosophae Naturalis Principa Mathematica’?
||Amadeus was the ruler of which European country between 1870 and 1873?
||British singer Gaynor Hopkins is better known by what name?
||During which month of the year does Mexico celebrate its independence from Spain?
||How many times does the word ‘Christian’ appear in the King James version of the Bible?
||In January 1955, Marian Anderson was the first black person to perform at which New York venue?
||The Metropolitan Opera
||Who was the first Prime Minister of Australia?
||Who played Sandy Richardson in the British tv series ‘Crossroads’?
||A squab is the young of which breed of bird?
||In which part of the body would a person have a Pott’s fracture?
||What does ‘Au’ represent in the Periodic Table?
||Mary of Teck was the consort of which British monarch?
||King George V
||What is the title of singer Bruno Mars debut album, released in October 2010?
||Doo-Wops and Hooligans