So this is the connection round. As before, there's a connection between the ten answers (which are supposed to be fairly easy); and the earlier in the round you spot the connection, the more points you get.
(Ooh, the poll creator page has all changed. Let's hope this still works…)
Which sport will be returning to the Olympics in 2016, having not been played there since 1904?
What film, starring Michael Caine and Stanley Baker, depicts the events of the Battle of Rorke’s Drift in 1879?
What early style of blues music originated along the banks of the lower Mississippi, south of Memphis?
At the 2012 Olympics, which was the largest country to win no gold medals?
What’s the name of the awards presented annually by the AMPAS?
What’s an alternative name for butter beans?
What was the name of the Greek nymph rejected by Narcissus because he was in love with himself?
Which car replaced the Cortina in Ford’s range?
The first ever Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to William Roentgen in 1901. What had he discovered, to merit it?
Which Shakespeare heroine fakes her own death with the help of a dodgy friar?
What's the connection, and how many questions did it take you to spot it?
I'm particularly interested this time to know if there were any questions you didn't get at first, but were able to fill in once you'd got the connection. And, of course, if there are any that are too hard, too easy, ambiguous, wrong etc…