||James Augustus Hickey founded the first printed ‘what’ in India in 1780?
||In April 1966, Bobbi Gibb became the first woman to run the entire distance of which marathon?
||In which US city was Dr Martin Luther King assassinated in 1968?
||After the ‘Mutiny on the Bounty’ Captain Bligh and several of his crew were set afloat in a small boat in which they journeyed to which island?
||What type of creature is a cichlid?
||Lake Mamry and Lake Drawsko are in which European country?
||The capital cities of which two South American countries lie on the Rio de la Plata?
||Argentina and Uruguay
||People born on the 1st March have which sign of the Zodiac?
||Dydd Sadwrn is Welsh for which day of the week?
|| ‘Waverley’ is the title of the first prose novel by which British historical novelist/poet?
||Sir Walter Scott
||In the first Harry Potter novel who is the headmaster of Hogwart’s School of Witchcraft and Wizardry?
||Professor Albus Dumbledore
||In October 1977 three members of which US rock band died in a plane crash in Mississippi, three days after the release of their album ‘Street Survivors’?
||Gorgonzola cheese is from which country?
||What is the title of the 2001 film in which Russell Crowe plays mathematician John Nash?
||A Beautiful Mind
||Lonicera is the Latin name for which garden plant?
||In nature, Greco, Ostro, Libeccio and Sirocco are all types of what?
||Who plays Seymour Parish in the 2001 film ‘One Hour Photo’?
||Suva is the capital of which South Pacific island?
||Who became the host of the UK television game show Blankety Blank in 1984?
||In the name of the US drink RC Cola, what does RC stand for?