Episode 22 Beat the Brain


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Episode 22

John Craven hosts the quiz in which a team must navigate puzzles and problems to win money. Four colleagues who work in a post office see if they can win the jackpot.


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Hello, it's The Brain!

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Our team today is about to experience a bout of intellectual acrobatics.

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To get you in the same mind-set,

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try a couple of the kind of games our team could face.

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What's the difference in the value?

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Now try this one.

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Did you get them right?

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Find out at the end of the show.

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Let's see if our team of four have the mental stamina to beat The Brain.

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Please show your appreciation for the host with the most, John Craven!

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Well, thank you very much, and hello everybody.

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Welcome to Beat The Brain, your daily dose of mental agility

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tests that are guaranteed to sharpen your wits.

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Let's say hello to the brain behind the games. Brain, how are you today?

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I'm raring to go, John. May I say, you look wondrous in purple.

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-A royal colour. You are my King John of Craven.

-Ha, ha!

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Well, I hope you're going to be my queen

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and be very nice to your subjects today. So, let's meet our team.

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Please introduce yourselves.

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I'm Tim, and I've worked for the Post Office for 29 years.

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I'm Colette. I've worked for the Post Office for 15 years.

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I'm Rhys, and I've been with the Post Office for only 18 months.

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I'm Chris. I'm the team captain,

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and I've worked for the Post Office for 32 years.

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APPLAUSE

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Well, welcome, everybody. Chris, you're the captain.

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-So, have you got a name for the team today?

-Yes, John.

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-We're called the Future Walkers.

-And why is that?

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Well, we work for the Post Office in Chesterfield, and the building

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we work in is called Future Walk, so we're the Future Walkers.

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-But do you actually walk to deliver letters?

-No, no, no.

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We work for the Post Office, not Royal Mail.

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-They deliver your letters.

-Oh, they're separate now, aren't they?

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We parted company a while back, yes.

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-Are you all game players when it comes to mental agility tests?

-Yes.

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-Yeah.

-Oh, yes.

-Well, we'll see. We'll see.

-We'll see.

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This is how it works. The show's brain is divided into six Zones.

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The Brain will select four of those six Zones today for you to play,

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and Chris, as captain, then you must nominate which team member

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you think will perform best in each Zone. Got that?

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You're playing for time instead of points, with every correct

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answer adding three seconds to your total, what we call your Brain Bank.

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The more time you build up, the more chance you have of beating The Brain

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in today's final and walking away with today's jackpot.

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-So, Future Walkers, are you ready to play?

-Yes.

-Right.

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Time to find out which Zone you'll be facing first. Brain?

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Zone, please.

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Observation, it is,

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and Chris, you are going to nominate for this round.

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Er... Tim is our man for the Observation round.

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Right. Tim, come into the Observation Zone.

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APPLAUSE

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So, you're good at rallying, Tim. Is that car rallies?

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Car rallies, yes, John.

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So, you do need quite a lot of observational skills there,

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-don't you?

-Hopefully, yes.

-Are you an observer or a driver?

-Er...

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The last time, I was a navigator, which is basically observer.

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Map reading and suchlike.

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OK, Tim, well, you'll have two games in this Zone.

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Both games have three questions worth three seconds each, OK?

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So, Brain, which game first?

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-Hello, Tim.

-Hello, Brain.

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-Are you wearing your lucky necklace?

-Of course!

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It's wonderful!

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Let's start off with something fierce, shall we?

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Here's your first game.

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Tim, count the number of missing bricks.

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To help you out, have a trial run.

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-12.

-12, you think. Let's see if that's correct.

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Yeah, you are correct. Happy about that?

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-Happy to play the game for real now?

-Happy to play the game.

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Ready when you are, Brain.

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Tim, you have a maximum of 45 seconds to answer three questions.

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Please remember, though, I can only accept your first answer.

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Your game starts now.

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-15.

-15, you're counting.

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Yes, correct.

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Next one.

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One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten,

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11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17.

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17, you say? Is that correct?

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16. One more to go.

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One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten,

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11, 12, 13, 14, 15, John.

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15, you're saying this time, Tim. Let's see.

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Yeah, correct. So, well done. What do you think of that, Brain?

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Very good, Tim. Here is your second game.

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What's the difference in value between the two totals?

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Have a trial run.

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-What's changed?

-15 pence.

-15 pence.

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The five has changed for a 20.

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Five has changed to 20. Well done. OK, Brain, we're ready to play.

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Tim, you have a maximum of 45 seconds to answer three questions.

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Please remember, though, I can only accept that first answer.

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Your game starts now.

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What's the difference there then, Tim?

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I think it's the...

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-four pence.

-Four pence, you're saying.

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Yes, correct. On to the next one.

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30 seconds left.

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What's changed there? What's the difference?

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There's a five there and there is a...

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15 seconds. You can... You can pass.

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-It will be...95 pence.

-95.

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Yes, you're absolutely right, 95. And last one.

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Five seconds. Quickly.

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-Eight pence.

-Eight pence, you're saying.

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30 pence. No.

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But never mind, you did pretty well so far, I think,

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on behalf of your team. Let's find out. What do you think, Brain?

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Well, it seemed the lucky necklace worked. Sort of.

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Tim, you added 12 seconds in that Zone.

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This mean, in total, Future Walkers have 12 seconds in their Brain Bank.

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-Good to meet you, Tim. Thank you very much indeed.

-Thank you.

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If you'd like to rejoin your team.

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It's time to find out now which Zone we're going to be playing next,

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and who's going to take it on. Brain, the Zone, please.

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That's the Zone. Who's going to play it, Chris?

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-Multi-tasking, that's me!

-Really? Well, come and join me, then.

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APPLAUSE

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Good to see you, Chris.

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Tell me, why have you chose yourself for this Zone?

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To be fair, it's one I do fancy.

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I do a lot of driving, and I think driving involves a lot

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of multi-tasking, so I'm hoping that is going to be right up my street.

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And apart from mental games, I think

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-you're pretty good at running as well.

-I like sport.

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I do try and keep fit, yes, I do, John.

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You took part in Father's Race, didn't you, at school,

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-and did rather well?

-I did, yes.

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I did rather well on a few occasion, yes.

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-How many time did you win?

-Four years in a row, yes.

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-So, you're a very competitive person all round?

-I am, yeah.

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I try not to be but it comes to the surface.

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Let's see how you do when it comes to multi-tasking.

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Brain, please reveal the first game that Chris will be playing today.

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-How do you do, Captain Chris?

-Hello, Brain.

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-So, you're fiercely competitive, are you?

-I would say so.

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So am I, so bring it on. This is your first game.

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Tell me how many people are left on the bus, not including the driver.

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Have a test drive with a trial run.

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BELL CLANGS

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There's the bus.

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So, how many people left, do you reckon?

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I think seven went in, four came out, so three left on?

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Three left, you think.

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Let's see if that's correct. You are. Well done.

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-Thank you.

-So, let's go, Brain, let's play it for real.

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Please remember, I can only accept your first answer.

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Your game starts now.

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BELL CLANGS

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How many people left on the bus?

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-Four.

-Four, you're saying.

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It was. Congratulations. Good start there. On to the next one.

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BELL CLANGS

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All right, how many?

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-I think two.

-Two, you reckon. Let's see if that's right.

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Only one left on the bus, I'm afraid.

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So, here we go, the third bus arriving at the stop.

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BELL CLANGS

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-I think five left.

-Five left.

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Let's see if that's correct.

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-Yeah. Well done. Two out of three there.

-Not too bad, not too bad.

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Yeah. Let's go on to game two, please, Brain.

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Very well, John. Chris, it's time to raise the bar.

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And here's your second game.

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Ha! See what I did there?

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When the number of sheep matches the number I say,

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add that number to the total.

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To get you in the groove, have a trial run.

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Two. Two.

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Four. Four.

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Two. One.

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Three. Four.

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Three. One.

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-I would say that is 11.

-11, you're saying. Let's see if you're correct.

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You are indeed. So, you obviously worked that one out pretty quickly.

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OK. So, off we go.

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Please remember, I can only accept your first answer, Chris.

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Your game starts now.

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Two. Three.

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Two. Two.

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Four. One.

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Two. Two.

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Three. One.

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-I believe that will be nine.

-Nine, you're saying.

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That's your total, nine. It is. Good. Next one.

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Two. Two.

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Three. Four.

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Three. Four.

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One. Two.

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Four. Four.

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-13, John.

-13 is your total.

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Is it correct? It is. One more to go.

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Three. One.

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Two. Four.

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One. Two.

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Four. Four.

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One. Two.

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-I believe that is 12.

-12, you believe.

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Let's see if you're right.

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-You are indeed, so well done on that round.

-Thank you.

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-Very pleased with that one.

-Yes.

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Brain, Chris did very well there in your multi-tasking sections.

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Absolutely, and I so wanted to beat you, you big, tall thing, you.

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But Chris, you added 15 seconds in that Zone.

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This means, in total, Future Walkers now have

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27 seconds in their Brain Bank.

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APPLAUSE

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-Well done.

-Thank you.

-Good to see you, Chris.

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How are you getting on at home?

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Are you keeping pace with the Future Walkers?

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Well, there are two more Zones still to come.

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Let's find out which Zone is next and who is going to take it on.

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Brain, the Zone, please.

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Language it is.

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So, Chris, which of your two remaining players will you

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-nominate for Language?

-Language is going to be Colette's turn.

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Colette, come and join me in the Language Zone.

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APPLAUSE

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-Nice to meet you.

-You, too. Are you pleased to get Language?

-Yes.

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I do a lot of puzzles.

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I like anagrams, I like word searches, I like crosswords.

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What else, apart from doing puzzles, do you enjoy doing?

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I'm very family orientated, so I spend a lot of time with family.

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I think sort of people, really, is one of my thing,

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so I'm either with family or I enjoy socialising,

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I enjoy going out with friends to the theatre.

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One of my favourite things is musicals. Erm...

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-West Side Story is my favourite.

-Me, too, as well.

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-I've seen it probably ten times.

-It is a wonderful one.

-Yeah.

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So, let's see how you do with Language Zone.

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So, don't forget,

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there are another 18 precious seconds on offer in this Zone.

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That's three seconds for every correct answer.

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Brain, please reveal the first game that Colette will be playing.

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-Hello, Colette.

-Hello, Brain.

-I like musicals, too.

-Oh, good.

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-Something in common, you'll be nice to me.

-No, I won't.

-OK.

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# Here's your first game! #

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-Rearrange the newspaper cuttings to form a word.

-OK.

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You can have a warm up, Colette, with a trial run.

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-Carbon.

-Carbon, you're saying. C, A... How we going?

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Yep, you are correct. Got that one done pretty quickly.

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-So, are you raring to go now?

-Yeah, we'll give it a go.

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OK, let's bring on the game, please.

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-You only have 45 seconds to answer three questions.

-OK.

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Your game starts now.

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-Oppress.

-Oppress, you're saying.

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Yes.

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Enzyme.

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Enzyme. Yes. Next one.

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-25 seconds to go.

-Er...

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-Hibernate.

-Hibernate, you're saying.

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Correct. Well done. Yes.

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-Yeah, you got three right.

-Yeah.

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So, let's go to the second game, please, Brain.

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Here's your second game.

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Find the hidden word, using the sentence as your clue.

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Here's a trial run of what I mean.

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-So, the...

-Erm...

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So, the last part of "scarecrow" and the first part of "noteworthy"

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is "crown", and it's a regal headwear.

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Yeah, you're absolutely right. OK, Brain. We're ready for you.

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You only have 45 seconds to answer three questions.

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Your game starts now.

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-A plumber...

-May fix this in kitchens.

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Don't forget, it can be across lines.

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What would a...

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-plumber fix?

-Plumber may fix this in kitchens...

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-Pass.

-Pass? OK.

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Sink was the answer. Right. Next one.

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-This seafood goes well with crisp, raw noodles.

-Mm.

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Crisp, raw, noodles.

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SHE MUTTERS INAUDIBLY

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-No?

-No.

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Well, you've run out of time, I'm afraid. Prawn was the answer.

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-Oh, no!

-Yeah. Easy when you know the answer.

-It is. Yeah.

-Never mind.

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You did incredibly well on the first round, didn't you?

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-Yeah, just disappointed then for the last one, but...

-There we go.

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-Brain, you're triumphant.

-You beat me.

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I absolutely did, Colette.

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But never mind, don't be too disappointed.

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-You're wearing a lovely shade of lipstick.

-Thank you.

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Colette, you added nine seconds in that Zone.

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This means, in total, Future Walkers now have

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36 seconds in their Brain Bank.

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APPLAUSE

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So, well done, Colette. Very hard, that last round.

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I'm sure a lot of people at home didn't get it either.

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If I was at home I would've been screaming the answers out.

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Well, Rhys, you're the last person in the team to play,

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so please come and join me.

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APPLAUSE

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-Hi there, Rhys. How are you feeling now?

-I'm all right, thank you.

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-You need to get a lot of points for your team if you can.

-I know.

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-Pressure.

-You got three Zones left, as I make it out,

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Orientation, Memory and Logic.

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So, which one do you hope will come up here?

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My first choice would've been the Orientation.

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Any reason for that one?

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In my time, I've taken apart a lot of computers,

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and a lot of putting them back together involved making sure the

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right bits go in the right places,

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and if it's the wrong way around, it just won't work.

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And do you manage to do that successfully?

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-Most of the time, yeah.

-Why do you do that?

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-Why do you take them apart?

-I'm a bit of a technology freak.

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I'm really into technology, so all the latest trends, the new things.

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I like knowing how things work, taking one bit out, see what

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happens, put another one in and see what changes it makes.

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Well, let's find out which Zone Rhys is going to play.

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Brain, a Zone, please.

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-Not what you wanted.

-I'm all right with Logic.

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We'll see how you do anyway in the Logic Zone.

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-So, Brain, please can we have the first game?

-Hello, Rhys.

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-You're the baby of the group, aren't you?

-I am, yes, Brain.

-Ha.

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-You look very clean.

-Thank you.

-Here's your first game.

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Identify the phrase or saying from the cryptic visual puzzle.

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Have a trial run, Rhys.

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-So, what do you reckon that is?

-Big Apple.

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Big apple. Why is that?

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Cos the apple on the left is larger than the one on the right.

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And the arrow is pointing to that one. Yeah.

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So, let's see if that's correct.

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The Big Apple is right. Ready to roll?

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-Yes.

-Brain, first game, please.

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You can have as many guesses as you like, Rhys, but I will not move

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on to the next question until you give me the correct answer or pass.

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-OK.

-You have 45 seconds.

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Your game starts now.

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-Henry The Eighth.

-Henry The Eighth. OK.

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Henry The Eighth is the right answer. Right. Next one, please.

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-The, er... Suez...

-Ear and Suez.

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Erm...

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Listen, sound...

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Sound, Suez...

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-Pass.

-Pass on that one. The answer?

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OK. And here comes on more.

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The last one.

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Erm...

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12 inches, a foot.

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Foot, door, door, foot.

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-Foot in the door.

-Foot in the door.

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Is that the correct answer?

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It is indeed.

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Well done, Rhys. Two out of three in that round. Right.

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-So, Brain, please can we have the second game?

-Absolutely.

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-My ear canal clue was fiendish, wasn't it, Rhys?

-Yes, very tricky.

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BRAIN LAUGHS

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Good. Here's your second game.

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Rock beats scissors, scissors beat paper and paper beats rock.

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You need to identify all three missing items.

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Here's a trial run to help you get a feel of the game.

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OK. So, paper beats rock...

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Scissors beat paper...

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Rock beats scissors.

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So, is that correct?

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-Rock, scissors, scissors. That's what you said, isn't it?

-Yes.

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You play this game when you were a child at school and things?

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It's more for deciding things that we don't necessarily agree on,

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-like who's taking the penalty or things like that.

-All right, yeah.

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Yeah. Right, OK. Let's go on.

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You have 45 seconds, Rhys, to answer three questions.

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Please remember, I can only accept your first answer.

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Your game starts now.

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Scissors beat paper...

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Rock beats scissors....

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Paper, I'm sorry, rock beats...

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-..scissors.

-Paper, rock, scissors.

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Yeah, that's correct. On we go, second one.

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Rock beats scissors, scissors beat paper and...

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scissors beat paper.

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That's correct, yes. 20 seconds left.

0:21:280:21:31

Scissors beat paper...

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Paper beats rock. Paper beats rock.

0:21:330:21:36

-Let's have a look. Right! All three of those.

-Excellent.

0:21:380:21:41

You've done incredibly well for your team.

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So, Brain, what do you think of Rhys's performance?

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I'm very, very upset, Rhys. I thought you liked me.

0:21:460:21:50

Rhys, you added 15 seconds in that Zone.

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This means, Future Walkers, you have finished

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with a grand total of 51 seconds in your Brain Bank.

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That is pretty good. If you'd rejoin your team.

0:22:040:22:06

So, we finish the individual Zones,

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and it's now time for our team to try to beat The Brain

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one last time and take home some serious cash in today's final.

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Future Walkers, you completed your Zones

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and added 51 seconds to your Brain Bank.

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If you can answer eight questions correctly in that time,

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you'll take home our jackpot today of £3,000.

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If you can't, then you'll still have a chance of winning some money.

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The Brain has given you a further two minutes in which to get

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the required answers, but as the time ticks away,

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so does the money, at the rate of £25 a second,

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and when the time runs out, so does all the cash.

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So, Chris, as captain,

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you've chosen the order in which the team are going to play.

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Any particular reason for that?

0:22:520:22:54

Rhys had a good first round and was very strong,

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so will get, hopefully, a good start for us,

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and with the pressure on the end, I think Colette can handle

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the pressure, and me and Tim, just making up the middle numbers.

0:23:020:23:05

OK. It's time to get serious. Let's start today's final.

0:23:050:23:10

Over to you, Brain.

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Future Walkers, you will only face questions from the games you have

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already seen today, but for every game in the final,

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I will only accept your first answer. Beat me if you can.

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That's the big question. Can you beat The Brain?

0:23:230:23:26

As usual, we'll start with the player on the left,

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that's you, Rhys, and once you've got two correct answers, I can

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move on to Tim, and then all down the line till we get to Colette, OK?

0:23:320:23:36

So, good luck everybody. Let's start the game.

0:23:360:23:39

Three. One. Three.

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Two. Two.

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Ten.

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Yes.

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Make a word.

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Display.

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Yes.

0:23:540:23:56

Tim.

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Count the missing bricks.

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11.

0:24:050:24:06

Nope.

0:24:060:24:08

What phrase?

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Pass.

0:24:140:24:16

What's the difference?

0:24:180:24:20

20 pence.

0:24:260:24:27

No.

0:24:270:24:29

Find the hidden word.

0:24:300:24:32

Pass.

0:24:370:24:38

What's the winners and losers?

0:24:400:24:42

Rock...

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Pass.

0:24:470:24:48

BELL CLANGS

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Five.

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No.

0:24:570:24:59

Make a word.

0:25:000:25:01

Pass.

0:25:060:25:07

11.

0:25:160:25:18

Yes.

0:25:180:25:20

What phrase?

0:25:200:25:21

High circuit.

0:25:250:25:26

No.

0:25:270:25:28

Find the hidden word.

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Pass.

0:25:380:25:39

Three. Two. Two.

0:25:400:25:43

Three. Four.

0:25:430:25:44

Three.

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No.

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Pass.

0:25:570:25:58

What's the difference?

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£2.

0:26:050:26:07

No.

0:26:070:26:08

What's the winners and losers?

0:26:100:26:12

Paper, rock, scissors.

0:26:120:26:14

No.

0:26:150:26:16

BELL CLANGS

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Two.

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Yes. Chris.

0:26:230:26:25

Count the missing bricks.

0:26:270:26:29

Time's up, I'm afraid.

0:26:330:26:34

Oh! Oh!

0:26:340:26:36

So, sorry for you, Future Walkers.

0:26:360:26:39

Tim, you just had a kind of mind blank, didn't you, really?

0:26:390:26:44

All very, very difficult questions,

0:26:440:26:45

and you were so nearly right on quite a few of them.

0:26:450:26:50

-The pressure, I think, really got to you, didn't it, Tim?

-Meltdown, John.

0:26:500:26:53

JOHN AND TIM LAUGH

0:26:530:26:55

-You did get two right eventually.

-Eventually.

0:26:550:26:58

With a couple of seconds left.

0:26:580:26:59

THEY LAUGH

0:26:590:27:00

It means that today, Future Walkers, you go home with nothing,

0:27:020:27:05

-I'm afraid.

-Thank you, John.

-Never mind.

0:27:050:27:08

-Brain, very successful game for you.

-Yes.

0:27:080:27:11

I walked all over you Future Walkers, didn't I?

0:27:110:27:14

But don't despair, Future Walkers.

0:27:140:27:17

Remember that money means nothing, really, when you have friendship.

0:27:170:27:21

-Don't you think?

-I'm sure you do.

-We do.

0:27:210:27:24

And thank you, all at home for watching today.

0:27:240:27:27

I hope you enjoyed playing along.

0:27:270:27:28

-For now, it's time to say goodbye from Future Walkers...

-Goodbye.

-Bye.

0:27:280:27:33

-From The Brain...

-Goodbye.

0:27:330:27:34

And from me. See you again soon

0:27:340:27:37

That's how the team got on. But how did you cope

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with the questions I gave you earlier?

0:27:420:27:45

Here they are again with the answers.

0:27:450:27:47

What's the difference in the value?

0:27:480:27:50

The answer is...

0:27:540:27:55

And what about the second one?

0:27:580:27:59

The answer is...

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Whether you got them right or wrong, join John and me

0:28:080:28:11

again for more puzzles, posers and problems on Beat The Brain.

0:28:110:28:16

John Craven hosts the quiz in which contestants and viewers face a mental fitness test set by the most exacting of task masters: the Brain. A team of four contestants must navigate a selection of tricky puzzles, fiendish logic problems and prickly posers in an effort to win a cash prize.

Four colleagues who work in a post office in Chesterfield see if they have the right mental package to beat The Brain and take home the £3,000 jackpot.