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On Top Class today, Nabil, Aryan,

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Eleftheria and Laura,

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playing for Hollymount Primary School from London.

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And competing against them are Max, Harley, Thomas and Kieron,

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playing for Marton Primary School from Lancashire.

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But who will be Top Class?

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Hello and welcome to Top Class, the search for the UK's smartest school.

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It's the quarterfinals, everyone!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Let's meet our teams.

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First up, we have Hollymount Primary School from London.

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The team won their heat against Kilbride 40 points to 27,

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which means they achieved the highest score in the heats.

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-AUDIENCE:

-Oooohhh!

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Hollymount, welcome back to Top Class.

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Nabil, what would you like to come up in the quarterfinal?

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-Mystery.

-Mystery.

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-You like the uncertainty of it all?

-Yeah.

-Lovely.

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Aryan, have you been practising your buzzer technique at all?

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We've been, like, using water bottles and pressing them like that,

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-the caps.

-Right, for your reaction times, just to get quicker?

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Brilliant. Eleftheria, welcome.

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Captain. You did really well conferring as a team and coming up

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with the right answer. Why do you think your team was so good at that?

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I think we have a good all-round knowledge.

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Individually we know about different subjects.

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Brilliant. Welcome, Hollymount Primary School from London.

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Give them a round of applause, everybody!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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And playing them are Marton Primary School from Lancashire.

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The team played their heat against St Mary's and won with an impressive

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score of 32 to 16.

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Kieron, you were really quick on the buzzers.

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They've been using water bottles over there.

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-Have you been practising?

-I've just been being really quick

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smacking the table. Just practice.

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Randomly smacking the table wherever you've gone.

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Thomas, what subject did you not like and you don't want to come up?

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-Test the teacher!

-LAUGHTER

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Were you not pleased with the test the teacher performance?

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No. Very embarrassing score.

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Harley, the captain of Marton,

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what do you think makes you work well as a team?

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We're all in the same class, so we know how to help each other

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and what they might not know at what they might know.

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Brilliant.

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Welcome, Marton Primary School from Lancashire.

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Give them a round of applause, everyone!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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OK, teams. It's all to play for.

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The winners of this quarterfinal will go through to the semis.

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So good luck to both of you.

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Let's kick straight off with a lightning round.

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In this round, you will each be given a crossword.

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Hollymount, you're up first.

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Your crossword is all about rivers.

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Oh, no.

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Here is your puzzle.

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One down, the Nile is the longest river on which continent?

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-Aryan.

-Africa.

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Correct. Two across, in rivers,

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what adjective is the opposite of saltwater?

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-Aryan.

-Freshwater.

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Correct. Three down,

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what name is given to the beginning of any river or stream?

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-Laura.

-Source.

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Correct. Four down,

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which major river separates Liverpool and the Wirral?

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-Eleftheria.

-Mersey.

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Correct. Five across,

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the River Clyde runs through which Scottish city?

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-The River Clyde runs through which... Eleftheria?

-Glasgow.

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Correct. Six across,

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what word means a silty area at the mouth of a large river?

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-Eleftheria.

-Oh, pass.

-It was delta, that was the answer there.

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My goodness, you got five points at the end of that, well done!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Next up, Marton.

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Your crossword is all about things you may find in the human mouth.

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Here's your puzzle. One down,

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the top part of a tooth shares its name with what type of headwear

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worn by kings and queens?

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-Harley.

-Crown.

-Correct.

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Two down, what type of tooth is generally the most pointed?

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-Harley.

-Canine.

-Correct.

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Three down, what name is given to the firm area of flesh around the

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roots of the teeth? Thomas.

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-Gums.

-Correct.

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Four down, what type of tooth at the back of the mouth is used for

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grinding food?

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-Thomas.

-Molar.

-Correct.

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Five across, what is the name of the hard, glossy substance that covers

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teeth? Thomas.

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-Enamel.

-Correct. Six across,

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taste buds can be found on which muscular organ in the mouth?

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-Harley.

-Tongue.

-That is the correct answer, well done,

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you got all six points, Marton!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Well done, teams.

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That was a fantastic performance

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from both of you and you've all got

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some points on the board.

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Give them both a round of applause.

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Well done.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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OK, teams. From now on, throughout the game,

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you will get a chance to take control of each subject.

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Here's your first control question.

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The subject is...

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Science.

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The asteroid belt in our solar system is found between

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which two planets?

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Nabil.

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Jupiter and Mars.

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Jupiter and Mars is the correct answer. Well done, Hollymount,

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you've got the right answer.

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Here are the rest of your questions on the subject of materials.

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Question one, which one of these objects is the most magnetic?

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The copper pot, because you know the wires we have in electricity...

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-No, this is magnetic, not conductors.

-Oh, yeah.

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So you know that pipe or tin...

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I think it will be lead pipe.

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-OK.

-Lead pipe?

-OK.

-Lead pipe.

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-Lead pipe, please.

-You're saying lead pipe, is that the right answer?

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It's not. The answer is...

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It was the steel fork.

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-Ah.

-Second question,

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which one of these materials is the best thermal insulator?

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-It's not copper.

-Yeah.

-It's not copper.

-Wood.

-It's not glass.

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-Glass wouldn't be good.

-So then it's wood.

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Wood, please.

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You're saying wood. Is that the right answer?

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It is. Well done, that is the correct answer.

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The question, which one of these substances is the hardest?

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-It's definitely not rubber.

-It's not rubber, it's not glass.

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-Diamond can break through glass.

-Yeah.

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Diamond, please.

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You're saying diamond. Is that the right answer?

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It is, well done.

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And finally, which one of these objects would be the best electrical

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conductor?

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-Silver spoon.

-Yes, I think...

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-Yeah.

-Silver spoon, please.

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Silver spoon. Is that the right answer?

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It is, well done, you got four points in that round. Well done,

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Hollymount.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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I can tell you at the end of that round, the scores are Marton have

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six, Hollymount just ahead of them on nine points.

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Give them both a round of applause.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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It is all about getting control of the game and you have another chance

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just now. The subject is...

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English.

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Here's your control question.

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Which eight-letter word means the opposite of the word exterior?

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-Kieron.

-Oh...

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-I'm sorry.

-No, pass.

-I have to pass it over.

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-Laura.

-Interior.

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Interior is the right answer. Well done, Laura, you got it right.

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APPLAUSE

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Well done. Here are the rest of your questions on the subject of

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spelling. In this game, you'll see a sentence and one of the words

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has been spelt incorrectly. Here's your first question.

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-Immediately.

-Yeah, immediately.

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-Yeah.

-So it needs...

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-Spell it, though.

-I...

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-Like this.

-E-A...

-Yeah.

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-That's how it, yeah...

-Yeah?

-Immediately.

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Is that right?

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-ALL:

-Yes!

-It is right.

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Well done. There is the correct spelling.

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Second question...

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Independent because it's inda-pendent.

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Yeah. No, ind-epen-dent.

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-Yeah.

-Not inda-pendent.

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-Oh, OK.

-Independent.

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You're saying independent.

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Let's see if that is correct.

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It is correct. Well done,

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that is the correct spelling there of independent.

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Thirdly.

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-Yeah.

-Separate.

-Separate. Sep-a-rate.

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-Oh, yeah.

-Oh, yeah, yeah.

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-Yeah.

-Yeah, separate.

-Separate.

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Let's see if that's right.

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It is right, well done.

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And that is the correct spelling of separate there.

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And finally.

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-Oh, yeah, I before E...

-Is it receive?

-..except after C?

-Oh, yeah.

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-I before E except after C.

-Yeah. Receive.

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Let's see if that's correct.

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That is correct. Let's see how it's spelt.

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Five points go to Hollymount.

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Well done.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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And I can tell you after that round,

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the points are Marton have six,

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Hollymount have 14 points.

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Give them a round of applause.

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Beautiful.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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OK, the next subject is...

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History.

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Here's your control question...

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Which hero of Greek and Roman myth was said to have carried out 12

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labours... Harley.

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-Hercules.

-Hercules.

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Correct answer, well done, Marton.

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You've got control of the game, well done.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Here are the rest of your questions

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on minding the gap.

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In this game, I'll give you two historical events and you need to

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tell me how many years are between them.

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So firstly, how many years separate the assassination of

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Martin Luther King Jr and the first election of Barack Obama

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as US president?

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-40.

-It would be 100.

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-Yeah.

-When was Martin Luther King born?

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It's 40 or 100.

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I think it's 40. 40.

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You're saying 40. Is that the right answer?

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It is, well done. Second question,

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how many years separate Julius Caesar's first invasion of Britain

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and the end of World War II?

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It's definitely not 500.

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Not 500, so we can cross that out.

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Wait, wait, wait.

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When was the Roman Empire?

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Oh... 2,000, I think.

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-Yeah.

-2,000 years.

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2,000 years. Is that right?

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It is, well done. Third question,

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how many years separate the death of Queen Elizabeth I and the

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coronation of Queen Elizabeth II?

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That was around 16...

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-Yeah.

-350.

-350.

-350...

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350 years.

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350 years. Is that right?

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It is right, well done.

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And finally, how many years separate the Battle of Hastings and England

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winning the football World Cup?

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900 years, 430 years, 100 years?

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The Battle of Hastings was 1066...

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-Yeah.

-..then England won the World Cup in 1966.

-Yeah.

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-Yeah, 900.

-900.

-900 years.

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Is that correct?

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It is. Well done, five points, Marton!

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Brilliantly done. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Marton, I can tell you now, it has changed the scores.

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Marton have 11.

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Hollymount have 14.

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It's really close.

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Give them a round of applause. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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It's time to test the teacher!

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Hollymount, who's playing for you this time?

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-Miss Darwin.

-Miss Darwin, when she was here last time,

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got three points for you.

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Are you hoping for better this time?

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Yes, she's been studying a lot and I think because of the questions that

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she hadn't studied, this time they'll be the questions that she

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has studied.

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LAUGHTER

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Laura, I don't know,

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your body language is showing just slightly less certainty.

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Are you confident of your teacher?

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Erm...yeah.

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That wasn't completely confident.

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-Nabil?

-Confident.

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Said in the least confident voice I've ever heard!

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Well, Hollymount, it's time to test the teacher.

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Bring in Miss Darwin!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Miss Darwin, when you first entered Top Class,

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-did you ever dream that you'd have to do this more than once?

-No!

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Do you feel a bit of pressure because your scores can make a real

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difference and it is for a place in the semifinals?

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-Please don't say that.

-LAUGHTER

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60 seconds on the clock.

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Start the clock. What does the online acronym IDTS stand for?

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-IDT... Oh, pass.

-"I don't think so".

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Gal Gadot plays the title character in which 2017 superhero film?

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Gal Gadot?

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-Wonder Woman.

-Correct!

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Who's singing this?

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# Just get ready to work, work, work, work, work... #

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Rihanna. Correct.

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Which team won the 2017 Premier League title?

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-Man United.

-No, Chelsea.

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This is a picture of a scene from which CBBC show?

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Oh... Pass.

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Taking The Next Step.

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In which mobile game series would you find the characters Mr Toffee

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and the Bubblegum Troll?

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-Pass.

-Candy Crush Saga.

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Wild Style is a character first seen in which...

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-Pass.

-The Lego Movie.

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The Late Late Show segment in which James Corden drives around with

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celebrities in his car is called Carpool what?

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-Karaoke.

-Correct.

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Cross body and tote are varieties of which type of accessory?

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-Bags.

-Correct. Paddy McGuinness presents which TV...

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-Take Me Out.

-Correct.

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Which YouTuber wrote the book All I Know Now,

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Wanderings And Reflections On Growing Up Gracefully?

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-Zoella.

-No, it was Carrie Fletcher.

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My goodness, Miss Darwin, you scored five points!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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You did brilliantly there!

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Can I ask a question?

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-Please.

-Was Wonder Woman a guess?

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-Yes.

-Yes, I thought so, the way you went...

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Wonder Woman?

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You got five points for your team.

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-For now, you are dismissed, Miss Darwin.

-Thank you.

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Give her a round of applause!

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Eleftheria, five points!

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That's incredible. Are you pleased?

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-Yes.

-I don't think she could have done any better, could she, Laura?

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-No.

-Nabil, do you have a new-found respect for Miss Darwin?

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Yeah, except from the Chelsea question.

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-Yeah.

-Well, OK, then.

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Miss Darwin, if you're listening, you did well,

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but not well enough for your team.

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OK, Marton, who's coming to play for you?

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-Mr Blood.

-OK.

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Last time Mr Blood was here, he scored...

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Amazing point of zero.

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None.

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Thomas, do you have faith in Mr Blood?

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No.

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-Max?

-I'm not too confident,

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because of what he got last time,

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so I don't think he'll get any this time.

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OK. Time to test the teacher.

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Bring in Mr Blood!

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APPLAUSE AND CHEERING

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Mr Blood, we can't get away from the fact you got no points last time,

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-Mr Blood.

-We can't.

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It's just such an air of defeat!

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Mr Blood, don't do this.

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-Stand up straight.

-I'm going to get one point.

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You can get one point, Mr Blood!

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I have absolute faith in you.

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60 seconds on the clock.

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Start the clock. In internet chat,

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what does the online acronym AMA stand for?

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Ah...

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-Pass.

-"Ask Me Anything."

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The film Sponge Out Of Water features characters

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from which animated TV show?

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-SpongeBob SquarePants.

-Correct. Who sings this song?

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# Are we crazy? #

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-Pass.

-Katy Perry.

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Which YouTuber wrote the book Love, Tanya?

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-Pass.

-Tanya Burr. What is the name of this CBBC character?

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-Pass.

-Emilia.

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Which rapper co-founded the clothing brand Rocawear?

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-Jay-Z?

-Correct!

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What is the superhero name of Peter Quill from Guardians Of The Galaxy?

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-Pass.

-Star-Lord.

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The internet video trend that shows people frozen in action while a

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moving camera films them is called the what challenge?

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Oh, pass.

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The mannequin challenge!

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-Yes.

-Who wrote the Sally Lockhart series of books?

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-Jacqueline Wilson?

-Philip Pullman.

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Scarlett Moffatt won which reality TV show in 2016?

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-Britain's Got Talent?

-No!

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-It's I'm A Celebrity!

-The other one.

-But Mr Blood,

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you scored two points!

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CHEERING AND WHOOPING

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That was absolutely fantastic.

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My head is held high.

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You got two more than last time.

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You got one more than expectation.

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Two points for your team.

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Mr Blood, I'm proud of you.

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-Thank you.

-You are dismissed. Well done, Mr Blood!

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Harley, I've never seen anyone so happy in my life.

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-Are you pleased?

-Yeah!

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Do you have a bit more respect for him, Max?

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-Yes.

-Well done.

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After that round, I can tell you now these scores are...

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It's still pretty close.

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Marton have 13, Hollymount have 19 points.

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Give them a round of applause!

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Oh, I think I need a wee lie-down after that round.

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That was tense. But teams, you're back in the spotlight now.

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It's time for...

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Marton, you're going to be going first.

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What have you chosen has your pet subject?

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-Hamlet.

-Hamlet.

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30 seconds on the clock.

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Start the clock. Hamlet is the Prince of which country?

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-Denmark.

-Correct.

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At the beginning of the play,

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Hamlet is visited by a ghost of which relative?

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His father.

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Correct. What is the name of the character who killed Hamlet's father

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and took his place as King?

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Claudius.

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Correct. What is the name of Hamlet's mother?

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-Gertrude.

-Correct.

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What is the name of the castle that is Hamlet's family home?

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Elsinore.

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Correct. Fortinbras is the Prince of which other...

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Norway.

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Correct. What is the name of Polonius's daughter?

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Ophelia.

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Ophelia's the right answer!

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Well done, my goodness!

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Seven points!

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CHEERING

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Harley, my goodness.

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Your hands are on fire after that.

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Seven points, Marton, well done.

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Hollymount, what have you chosen as your pet subject?

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The film Mamma Mia.

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30 seconds on the clock.

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Start the clock. In which European country is Mamma Mia set?

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-Eleftheria.

-Greece.

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Correct. Who plays the role of Sophie's mother Donna?

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Meryl Streep.

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Correct. At Sophie's bachelorette party,

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Donna and the Dynamos perform which song?

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-Aryan.

-Um...

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-Say pass.

-Pass.

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Pass. It was Super Trouper.

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What is the name of Sophie's fiance?

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Sky.

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Correct. When Sophie posts the invitations at the start of the

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film, what song does she sing?

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I Have A Dream.

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I Have A Dream is the correct answer!

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Well done, four points!

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CHEERING

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My goodness. The teams are absolutely flying today.

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That's incredible.

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After the Pet Subjects round, the scores currently are...

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APPLAUSE AND CHEERING

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OK, teams. It's back to business.

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The next subject is...

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Ooh!

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It's time for today's Mystery Round and the subject is...

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languages.

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Here is your control question.

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Which European country is called Deutschland in its own...

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Germany.

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-Germany?

-Yeah.

-Is the correct answer. Well done, Marton.

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Here are the rest of your questions on the subject of languages.

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First question, which language is this?

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-That's Spanish.

-That's Spanish. We'll go Spanish.

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Spanish.

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Spanish, is that right?

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It is. Which language is this?

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-That's German.

-German.

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-German.

-Harley?

-German.

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German? Is that right?

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Correct. Which language is this?

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-Polish.

-Yeah, yeah, yeah.

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Dzien dobry. Polish.

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Polish? Is that right?

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It is. And finally, which language is this?

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-French.

-Definitely French.

-French.

-You're saying it's French.

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Is that right?

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It is right. Well done, my goodness, five points to Marton in that round.

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CHEERING

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The scores are now Hollymount have 23, Marton have 25.

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Oh, my goodness!

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This is an incredible quarterfinal.

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OK, teams, the next subject is...

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Here's your control question.

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If I make ten attempts on goal and I convert 20% of these chances...

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Er, two?

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Two? And I convert 20% of these chances,

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how many goals will I score?

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-You answered two. It's the right answer. Well done, Nabil.

-Yes!

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You took a risk buzzing in there

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before the end of the question, but you got the answer right.

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Here are the rest of your questions, on the subject of factors.

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-Oh, no.

-Yes. Yes.

-Here's your first question.

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Which one of these numbers is a factor of 119?

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THEY CONFER

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-No, it's not nine.

-What you do...

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-Because...

-It's not five.

-It's not five or nine,

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it's either eight or seven, because 49...

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It can't be eight, because eight is just even numbers.

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-Try seven.

-Right...

-Let's start...

-Wait, just check. Check.

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-Check it's seven.

-It can't be seven.

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-Yes, it can.

-Yes, it can.

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-It's 17.

-Yeah, it is. Yeah.

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-Seven, please.

-You're saying seven. Is that the right answer?

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It is, well done. Seven goes into 119 17 times.

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Second question, which one of these numbers is a factor of 102?

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-It's not 12.

-It's not 12 or four.

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Because four goes into 100.

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-Yeah, it's not four.

-12 or four.

-OK, right...

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Three, three, three, because 99...

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-99...

-OK.

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-Yeah.

-Yes.

-Three.

-Yeah, three.

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-Three.

-You're saying three. Is that the right answer?

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It is, well done. Three goes into 102 34 times.

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Question three, which one of these numbers is a factor of 228?

0:23:520:23:57

It's not nine. No, it's not nine, because nine,

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it has to all add up to a multiple of nine.

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-Yeah.

-It goes into 12 19 times.

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-Just check.

-It's 12.

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-Two...

-It's 12.

0:24:090:24:10

-Yeah.

-Yeah, yeah.

-Yeah. 12, please.

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Is it 12?

0:24:130:24:14

It is, well done.

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12 goes into 228 19 times.

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Finally, which one of these numbers is a factor of 135?

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-Seven or nine.

-OK...

-Can't be two.

-Can't be...

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It's not seven. One minus...

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Yeah. Yeah, yeah, it's nine.

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-Yeah.

-Yeah.

-OK.

-15, did you go to?

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-Yeah, 15, yeah.

-Yeah, so it's nine.

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-Nine.

-Is it nine?

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It is, well done. 9 goes into 135 15 times.

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Well done, at the end of that round, Hollymount,

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you got yourself five points! Well done.

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APPLAUSE AND CHEERING

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And I can tell you at the end of that round, oh, my goodness,

0:24:520:24:56

Marton have 25.

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Hollymount have 28.

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That's an incredible thing.

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OK, teams...

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This is it. It's the last chance to bag some points.

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It's the battle of the buzzers.

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90 seconds on the clock to answer as many questions as you can.

0:25:130:25:17

Start the clock.

0:25:170:25:18

In which European country are the cities of Marseille and

0:25:180:25:20

Lyon located?

0:25:200:25:22

-France.

-Correct.

0:25:220:25:23

In UK politics, an MP is a member of...

0:25:230:25:27

-Er...Parliament.

-Correct.

0:25:270:25:29

Which Premier League football team are nicknamed The Toffees?

0:25:290:25:33

Manchester United?

0:25:330:25:35

No, it's Everton. Who wrote Fantastic Beasts And...

0:25:350:25:38

JK Rowling.

0:25:380:25:39

Correct. What is five squared?

0:25:390:25:42

-25.

-Correct.

0:25:420:25:44

Which word beginning with C is used to describe a system that carries

0:25:440:25:47

blood around the body?

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Er, pass.

0:25:500:25:52

Circulatory. Which type of mammal was Laika,

0:25:520:25:55

the first animal to orbit the Earth?

0:25:550:25:56

Dog.

0:25:560:25:57

Correct. The Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria were the ships

0:25:570:26:01

of which 15th-century...

0:26:010:26:03

-The Armada.

-No, it was Christopher Columbus.

0:26:030:26:05

Long-nosed and vampire are both types of which animal?

0:26:050:26:08

Bat.

0:26:080:26:09

Correct. In our solar system, how many planets are closer...

0:26:090:26:13

Four?

0:26:130:26:15

No, it's two. Listen to the questions.

0:26:150:26:17

Lima is the capital city of which South American...

0:26:170:26:19

Er... Is it...?

0:26:190:26:22

No? Peru. In which competitive swimming stroke

0:26:220:26:25

do you face the ceiling?

0:26:250:26:26

Breaststroke.

0:26:260:26:28

No, backstroke.

0:26:280:26:29

Which is the largest US state by population?

0:26:290:26:31

-Alaska.

-No, it's California.

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What does the letter I stand for in the computing term...

0:26:340:26:37

-Pass.

-Let's only buzz in if you know the answers, please.

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Listen to the questions. The largest arts festival in the world takes

0:26:410:26:44

place in which UK city every August?

0:26:440:26:45

London.

0:26:450:26:46

No, Edinburgh. Players compete for the Ryder Cup in which sport?

0:26:460:26:50

-Golf.

-Correct answer. Well done to both teams.

0:26:500:26:54

That was incredibly exciting.

0:26:590:27:01

You've all done brilliantly, but the winners today, with 31 points are...

0:27:010:27:06

Hollymount!

0:27:060:27:08

APPLAUSE AND CHEERING

0:27:080:27:13

Bad luck, Marton. You were nearly there.

0:27:130:27:15

You put up a good fight, but you're going to be going home.

0:27:150:27:18

Give them a huge round of applause!

0:27:180:27:19

APPLAUSE

0:27:190:27:24

Hollymount, you're going to be back

0:27:240:27:26

to take your place in the semifinals.

0:27:260:27:28

You're one step closer to being top class.

0:27:280:27:29

How does it feel, Nabil?

0:27:290:27:31

-Ecstatic.

-Aryan?

-I'm speechless.

0:27:310:27:34

It's amazing, I don't know.

0:27:340:27:35

-Eleftheria?

-I think they've got the points wrong,

0:27:350:27:38

-because I think they've won.

-No, you've won!

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-Laura.

-No words.

0:27:410:27:42

No words. Well done, I'll see you in the semifinals.

0:27:420:27:45

And I'll see you next time. Goodbye!

0:27:450:27:48

APPLAUSE AND CHEERING

0:27:480:27:52

Don't forget - for more puzzles and games,

0:27:540:27:57

go to the Top Class website now.

0:27:570:27:59

Susan Calman asks the questions as the search for the UK's smartest school steps up to the next stage. In the first quarter-final Hollymount from London take on Marton from Lancashire. Who will make it through to the semi-finals?


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