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