||Who won the Eurovison Song Contest for the United Kingdom in 1967?
||Who succeeded Lyndon B Johnson as President of the United States?
||Which US author committed suicide with a shotgun in 1961?
||On which Greek island did Jacqueline Kennedy marry shipping tycoon Aristotle Onassis in October 1968?
||Which Arthur Miller play aroused controversy over his portrayal of his failed marriage to actress Marilyn Monroe?
||After the Fall
||Mechanics Bay Airport serves which New Zealand city?
||What is the name of the ‘cake’ which is flat, round, made of licorice and named after a Yorkshire town?
||Who directed the 1997 film ‘Jackie Brown’?
||In England in 1880 the introduction of a compulsory minimum school leaving age meant that children had to stay in education until what age?
||10 years old
||In the game of Scrabble, the ‘C’ tile is worth how many points?
||In countries of the world, what does UAE stand for?
||United Arab Emirates
||How many red stripes are on the national flag of Austria?
||In which 1976 horror film did John Travolta appear with Sissy Spaceck?
||What is the US state capital of Rhode Island?
||Bookmakers William Hill sponsor an annual award for the best book on which subject?
||A hinny is a cross between which two animals?
||Donkey and horse
||Which human sub-species was named after a valley near Dusseldorf in Germany, where they were known to have lived?
||Popular in Victorian times, what is the name of the toy made of a disc or card with a picture on each side attached to two pieces of string, when turned would appear as one picture?
||Which epic poem by John Milton tells the story of the Fall of Adam and Eve?
||What was the name of the horse that won the 1990 English Grand National?
||Which chemical element is represented by Zr on the Periodic Table?
||The medical condition aphakia affects which part of the body?
|| ‘Timen of…..’where’? is a play by William Shakespeare?
||On the UK television show ‘Deal or No Deal’ what is the highest ‘blue’ amount of money?
||What is the staff called carried by rulers on ceremonial occasions as a symbol of imperial authority?
||Sauternes wine comes from which country?
||A ‘Fresh Breeze’ is what number on the Beaufort Scale?
|| ‘The Clockwork Orange’ is the nickname of which British city’s underground railway system?
||Miss Able and Miss Baker, the first living creatures to return alive to Earth from space, aboard the flight Jupiter AM-18 in 1959, were what type of animals?
||Which darts player has the nickname ‘Celtic Warrior’?