||Which US athlete won a gold medal for the high jump in the 1968 Summer Olympics?
||In which London street does fictional character Sweeney Todd have his barber shop?
||What type of fruit is a Comice?
||The Nullarbor Plain is in which country?
||A Saturniid is what type of creature?
||Who released a 1980 album entitled ‘Tennis’?
||A polynya is a stretch of open water surrounded by what?
||What is the official language of Nicaragua?
||In British politics, who had the nickname ‘The Beast of Bolsover’?
||Who wrote the plays ‘The Cocktail Party’ and ‘The Family Reunion’?
||Used in cooking, agar-agar is a gelatin made from what?
||Avian influenza affects which type of creatures?
||Bubble Eye, Shubunkin and Oranda are all types of which creature?
||On a standard dartboard, which number lies between 13 and 18?
||What is the profession of Bill Murray’s character in the 1993 film ‘Groundhog Day’?
||The controversial Boruca Dam is in which South American country?
||The ‘Hats’ and the ‘Caps’ were political factions during the 18th Century ‘Age of Liberty’ in which European country?
||Ornithophobia is the irrational fear of which creatures?
||The town of Purgatory is in which US state?
||What was the first scheduled television programme to be shown in the UK on BBC2?
||Which English agriculturalist developed a horse-drawn seed drill in 1701?
||British comedian Michael Joseph Pennington is better known by what name?
||The National Art Library is in which London museum?
||Victoria and Albert Museum
||Which King of Sparta was the husband of Helen of Troy?
||Which famous monument stands in the centre of the ‘Place Charles de Gaulle’ in Paris?
||Arc de Triomphe
||Which US musician launched ‘Mansinthe’, his own brand of Absinthe in 2007?
||The ‘I’m Backing Britain’ campaign for working an extra half an hour a day with no extra pay was endorsed by which Prime Minister?
||On the ‘eBay’ website logo, what colour is the ‘e’?
||The Australian city of Melnbourne lies at the mouth of which river?
||In digital imaging, what does CCD stand for?