January 26, 2012 | QM Click on question to reveal answer 1 Which two creatures are supporting the shield on the Australian coat of arms? 2 Which US First Lady had an English Springer Spaniel called Millie? 3 Pumpernickel is what type of foodstuff? 4 In the tv series Doctor Who, what does the ‘T’ stand for in TARDIS? 5 The border between which two European countries re-opened to pedestrians in 1982 after 13 years? 6 In navigation, what does GPS stand for? 7 Who was the first presenter of UK tv’s ‘National Lottery Live’ on 19th November 1994? 8 In medicine, Hansen’s Disease is more commonly known by what name? 9 English author David Cornwell is better known by what name? 10 Woodford Airport is in which English city? 11 Which athlete became ‘The world’s fastest man’ at the 2008 Beijing Olympics? 12 On which part of the body would a terai be worn? 13 Disney’s Magic Kingdom, near Orlando, Florida, opened in which year? 14 Beamer, Flipper and Rabbit are terms used in which sport? 15 In May 1938, which South American country withdrew from the League of Nations? 16 What is the cube root of 64? 17 Who plays Zorro’s wife Elena in the 2005 film ‘The Legend of Zorro’? 18 The islands of Falster and Bornholm are part of which European country? 19 Who wrote the children’s poem ‘How the Leopard Got His Spots’? 20 In which year did British monarch Queen Elizabeth II first pay Income Tax? 21 Which American boxer was known as ‘The Manassa Mauler’? 22 Who directed the 1988 film ‘The Adventures of Baron Munchausen’? 23 Which island in the Ionian Sea has the Greek name Kerkira? 24 Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain all died at what age? 25 Amarelo is Portuguese for which colour? 26 How many metres are in a nautical mile? 27 What is the world’s oldest currency still in use? 28 Who created the comic strip ‘Blondie’, published in newspapers since 1930? 29 In the game of Scrabble, how many points is a ‘D’ tile worth? 30 Who wrote the 1936 novel ‘Jamaica Inn’?