1. The New Zealander Joseph Pawelka was famous for doing what: surviving a shipwreck, discovering gold or escaping from jail?
  2. Who would use a plectrum: a guitarist, a furniture maker or a painter?
  3. What famous winemaking region in South Australia took its name from the scene of a battle during the Napoleonic Wars?
  4. Great Uncle Bulgaria and Madame Cholet were characters in what children’s TV series?
  5. Trilogy is a New Zealand brand of what: skincare products, digital games or e-bikes?
  6. What word followed Blue, Bright and Ebony in the titles of hit songs by Elton John, Art Garfunkel and Bob Welch?
  7. Who said that to die would be an awfully big adventure: Peter Pan, Christopher Robin or Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz?
  8. What TV character boasted that he had a plan so cunning you could pin a tail on it and call it a weasel?
  9. Which facial feature has the Latin name cilia: the lips, the nostrils or the eyelashes?
  10. From what language do we get the words parka, intelligentsia and pogrom? 


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ANSWERS: 1. Escaping from jail; 2. A guitarist; 3. The Barossa Valley; 4. The Wombles; 5. Skincare products; 6. Eyes; 7. Peter Pan; 8. Blackadder; 9. The eyelashes; 10. Russian.