1. New Zealander Parris Goebel is prominent in which field: dance, fashion or food?
  2. In which part of France is the Breton language spoken?
  3. Which New Zealand power and gas company shares its name with a British rock band?
  4. The stretch of water known as the Drake Passage is off the tip of which continent?
  5. Which actor has played a journalist named Bob Woodward, a big game hunter named Baron Blixen and a career bank robber named Forrest Tucker (all real people)?
  6. Which European country has a national broadcaster with the initials RTE?
  7. What Auckland road featured in a 1992 song by Auckland band the Muttonbirds?
  8. The phrase “dreaded lurgy”, meaning a ’flu-like illness, originated where: Monty Python’s Flying Circus, the Goon Show or M*A*S*H?
  9. Does an outgoing tide ebb or flow?
  10. What popular musical includes a song with the line, “So long, farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, adieu”?

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ANSWERS: 1. Dance; 2. Brittany; 3. Genesis; 4. South America; 5. Robert Redford; 6. Ireland; 7. Dominion Road; 8. The Goon Show; 9. Ebb; 10. The Sound of Music.