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These people are amongst the greatest quiz players in Britain.

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Together they make up the Eggheads, arguably the most formidable quiz team in the country.

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The question is: can they be beaten?

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Welcome to Eggheads, where five quiz challengers put their wits

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against possibly the greatest quiz team in Britain. They've won

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some of the country's toughest quiz shows. They are the Eggheads.

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And taking on our quiz Goliaths are Chad Acad.

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They honed their quizzing skills

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at the Royal Park pub in Leeds where the pub offered to double the prize should anyone beat them.

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Team captain Will, whose surname inspires their name, is now the quiz master at the Royal Park.

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Hi, I'm Will, I'm 27 and a maths teacher.

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Hi, I'm Sam, 27, and an accountant.

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Hi, I'm James, 26, and a barman.

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Hi, I'm Dave, I'm 30 and a maths teacher.

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Hi, I'm Dave, 25, and I'm a duty officer.

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Welcome to you, Chad Acad. You're Will Chadwick.

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-Absolutely.

-Is this a quizzing academy?

-Yes, I suppose so.

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Everyone's taken part in at least one of my quizzes, and normally won, I hasten to add.

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So yes, I suppose it is.

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What went on at the Royal Park? It just got so monotonous that you kept winning and winning?

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Without sounding big-headed, Dermot, yes.

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We had quite a formidable record.

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You're teachers, Will and Dave. You've been hushing up the fact that you'd be on Eggheads?

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-Yeah, absolutely. Most of the pupils now know we're on the show.

-They certainly know now!

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Let's play the game. Every day there's £1,000 up for grabs

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but if they fail to defeat the Eggheads, the money rolls over.

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The Eggheads have won the last two games, so £3,000 says you can't beat the Eggheads.

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Our first head-to-head is on Sport.

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Who likes their sport?

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-Who wants to have a go at sport?

-There's only one man for this job.

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- I think it's me, isn't it? - You want to give it a go?

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-Dave W, please.

-Dave W playing sports. And who would you like to take on from the Eggheads?

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-Judith?

-She's weak on sport.

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-OK, we'll take on Judith, please.

-OK, it's Dave W and Judith kicking us off here on Sport.

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Let's have you both into the Question Room, please.

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-Dave, do you want to go first or second?

-I'll play first, please.

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All right. Good luck, Dave.

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In the 2010 World Cup, which England footballer struck the infamous shot that landed over the line

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but wasn't given as a goal?

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I'm pretty sure there's no way this will be forgotten. Frank Lampard.

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Would it have made any difference if it had been given?

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Well, we'd turned it around, so you never know!

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There we are.

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Frank Lampard. And Judith, your question.

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Which darts player made history in 2010 by becoming the first player

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to hit two nine-dart finishes in one match?

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Em, was it Phil the Power?

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It's the first question, state the obvious. Phil Taylor.

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Phil Taylor and his nine-dart finishes. Indeed. Phil the Power,

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as you identified.

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OK, Dave, the tennis player Arantxa Sanchez Vicario was the winner of the Ladies Singles

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in 1989, 1994 and 1998 at which Grand Slam tournament?

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I honestly don't know this one.

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-Em, I'll have to take a guess at the US Open.

-US Open?

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For Arantxa Sanchez Vicario, three wins - '89, '94, '98 -

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at the...French Open. The French, not US.

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So a chance for Judith.

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The San Francisco Giants are a team in which sport?

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Em...

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Well, American footballers look like giants.

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-I think I'll say American football.

-No, that's wrong.

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It's baseball.

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-The American football team is...?

-The 49ers.

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OK.

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A let off there, Dave. Take the lead here, maybe.

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The cricketer Tamim Iqbal made his Test debut for which country in 2008?

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Em...Tamim Iqbal...

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I don't think he's Sri Lankan.

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I think he might be Bangladesh.

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-I'll go with Bangladesh.

-It's the right answer. Well done!

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A good recovery after that second question and now in the lead.

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If Judith doesn't get this, into the final round as well.

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Which horse won the 2010 Epsom Derby in a record-breaking time?

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That was Workforce.

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Yeah, Workforce is the right answer.

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Anyone know the time?

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Ten past what(!) I knew you would say that.

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All right, Dave, sudden death. You're all square.

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We take away those options.

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Jose Sulaiman was appointed as President of one of the main governing bodies of which sport

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in 1975?

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I have a feeling I've heard his name before, but I don't know.

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I'd have to go with boxing.

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Well done, Dave. That's right. That was a quality answer.

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Many different governing bodies. I won't ask you for it.

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OK, Judith. In 1973, Graham Gooch made his first-class cricket debut for which county team?

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I've not got the first clue.

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So choose a county...

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Em, Graham Gooch.

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Choose a county. Choose a county. Just get on with it. Surrey!

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A good cricketing county, but not the one he started with. Eggheads?

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-Essex.

-It's Essex. Which means, Dave,

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you're in the final round.

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Both please come back and join your teams.

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The Eggheads are down to a quartet after that.

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Chad Acad are still there. Our next head-to-head is Arts and Books. Who wants to play?

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Show some enthusiasm!

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Next! Go to the next one.

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I've got no idea.

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It's just got to be somebody who knows a bit more about novels.

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I know absolutely nothing.

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-In which case it's somebody...

-You want to give it a go?

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- All right. OK, then. I'll do it. - We'll have James, please.

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All right. Choose your Egghead. It can't be Judith.

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They're all pretty good, to be honest.

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Give the fellow Leeds man a try - Barry.

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Keep the Yorkshiremen together.

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Let's have James and Barry into the Question Room.

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-Do you want to go first or second?

-I'll go first, I think.

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First question. In visual art, what term is often used to describe

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a piece that combines traditionally distinct methods such as paint, ink and collage?

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Great question. I don't know the answer to it,

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but I'll have a guess and I think it's mixed media.

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Yeah, describing it perfectly. Mixed media is correct.

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There you are, James.

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On the board and off the mark. Barry, for what do the letters RM stand in a series of books

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known as The Irish RM, which were made into a TV series starring Peter Bowles?

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I remember this series. It was a set of very fine stories.

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Peter Bowles played a magistrate, so I imagine Resident Magistrate.

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It's the right answer, yes. Resident Magistrate.

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OK, back to you, James.

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Who wrote the novel A Painted House, about the lives of a struggling family of cotton pickers in Arkansas

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in the 1950s?

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Again, I don't have a clue, so it's going to be another guess.

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I'll go for Patricia Cornwell.

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-Patricia Cornwell.

-Yeah.

-It's a John Grisham novel.

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A Painted House.

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Barry, although Jim Hawkins is the narrator

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for much of the novel Treasure Island, chapters 16-18 feature narration by which other character?

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Ooh. This is an excellent question.

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I don't know the answer. They all appear in Treasure Island.

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Who would it be?

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-I think it might be Dr Livesey, but I'm not sure.

-Dr Livesey?

-Yes.

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It's the right answer, Barry.

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It was a good question.

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You've got to get this, James.

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Which Irish-born writer married Constance Lloyd in the 1880s

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and had two children with her?

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This is such an awful round. I'll have to have another guess.

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I'm going to guess... because I know he had children scandalously, Oscar Wilde.

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Good guess. It's the right answer, yes.

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A lot of people might have veered away from that, but, yeah.

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He married Constance Lloyd. Well done.

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But Barry has a chance here.

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By what collective name are the celebrated poster designers William Nicholson and James Pride known?

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These were the famous Beggarstaff Brothers.

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That is correct, Barry. You're through to the final round.

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But bad luck, James.

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-You did really well there.

-I did all right.

-Two out of three.

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But not well enough to get into the final round. Both please come back and join your teams.

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Well, level-pegging. Both teams have lost one brain.

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Our third head-to-head comes up and it's History. Who wants this?

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Will, Sam or Dave A?

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This is your one. Leaves me with films.

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Yeah, I think I'll have a go at that one.

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And who do you want to play?

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You can take on either Pat, Chris or Daphne.

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I've got the best chance with Chris. Chris, please.

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OK, should be a good one. Dave and Chris into the Question Room, please.

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-Dave, let's play the round. History. Would you like to go first or second?

-I might as well go first.

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Good luck, Dave.

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Which term, derived from a hairstyle, is believed to have been first used in 1641

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to refer to a supporter of the Parliamentary Party?

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I think the Skinheads were only supporters of football hooliganism.

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I thought it was based on their hats, but Roundhead.

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Yeah, the Roundheads, of course.

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In the early 20th century, which country drew up the Schlieffen Plan,

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an attempt to plan for victory in the event of war?

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Let the last man on the right brush the Channel with his sleeve. Germany.

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What was that bit about?

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-The wheeling movement through Belgium.

-OK.

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This was the German plan in WWI.

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-1914, yeah.

-There we are. The Schlieffen Plan, German.

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Second question, then, for you, Dave. In the 14th century,

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the Jacquerie - J-A-C-Q-U-E-R-I-E -

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was the name given to a revolt by peasants in which country?

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If it was France, I thought it might be Jacquiere or something like that.

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So...

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Could it be Belgium or Italy?

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On the basis of when you know nothing, go with the one you ruled out, France.

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Well done. It's the right answer.

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I thought you were going horribly wrong there

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as you took us through that.

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France, correct.

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Chris, in British history,

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what was the first name of the father of the 17th century monarch Mary II?

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Mary II, married to William of Orange, was the daughter of James II. So James.

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Yes, it is. Two-each. Back to you, Dave.

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In 1846, which British colony was divided into two provinces called New Munster and New Ulster?

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I have absolutely no idea.

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Newfoundland, I think, is Canada way.

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New Zealand...New South Wales.

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If it was New South Wales, that would be part of somewhere bigger.

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The same with New Zealand... I'll go for Newfoundland. Guess.

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OK. New Munster and New Ulster.

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And it is New Zealand, not Newfoundland.

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OK, a chance for Chris.

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Which 15th-century king of France was known as the Universal Spider

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because of his reputed unscrupulous manner and love of intrigue?

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15th century. 14-something.

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Er...

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The time's about right for Louis XI.

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-It's what I'll have to go with.

-OK on the date and the century.

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Louis XI? It's the right answer.

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Well identified. Bad luck, Dave.

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Would you both please come back and join your teams?

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Bad luck there, Dave. Only a handful of people have beaten Chris at history.

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It's one of his strongest subjects there.

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So, as it stands, Chad Acad have lost two brains, the Eggheads have lost one.

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Our last head-to-head is Music.

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Sam or Will.

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-I think it's going to be me, Dermot.

-All right, Sam. Who would you like to play from the Eggheads?

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-Daphne or Pat?

-Daphne knows quite a lot.

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-She looks sweet.

-I say take Pat.

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-Pat?

-Pat looks like he knows science and facts.

-OK.

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We'll take a punt and go with Pat.

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OK, Sam and Pat playing this one. Both please go to the Question Room.

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-Sam, do you want the first set or the second set?

-I'll go first.

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OK, Sam.

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In the 1980s, The Power of Love was used as the title of hit singles by Frankie Goes To Hollywood,

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Jennifer Rush and which other group?

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This is from one of my favourite movies, actually. I'm pretty sure this is Huey Lewis and the News.

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OK. Huey Lewis and the News. It's the right answer. Well done.

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Pat, "It turned colder, that's where it ends, so I told her we'd still be friends,

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"Then we made our true love vow," are lines from which musical?

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I think that's from the song Summer Nights.

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I'm not sure whether it's Olivia Newton John or John Travolta who sings those words. It's Grease.

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-I think "so I told her" gives us a clue!

-Oh, John Travolta. Danny Zuko.

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Grease will do. Yes, of course. Grease is correct.

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The 1893 opera Hansel and Gretel is composed by which German composer?

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I really have no idea on this. Opera's not really my thing.

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I think I'm going to go for...

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Go down the middle with Felix Mendelssohn, please.

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-Mendelssohn for Hansel and Gretel. Eggheads?

-Engelbert Humperdinck.

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The real one. So the Engelbert we know, he clearly nicked the name.

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-What's his proper name?

-Dorsey, isn't it?

-Gerry Dorsey.

-Yeah.

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Became Engelbert Humperdinck. OK, a chance for Pat, then.

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Which British reggae group had UK top ten singles with Don't Turn Around and Shine?

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When I heard the question, my first instinct was Aswad.

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Steel Pulse and UB40 also fit the bill. I think I have to go for Aswad.

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Don't Turn Around and Shine... are by Aswad. Right answer, yes.

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You need to get this, Sam.

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Who was the youngest member of ABBA?

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Not really, to be honest, listened to a lot of ABBA. It doesn't make a lot of difference.

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It's going to be a complete guess and...I'm going to go for Bjorn.

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-I don't know.

-OK, Bjorn.

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-It's Agnetha.

-Aww.

-Which means you've lost.

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Pat's already got two. You can't beat that, so you'll not be playing in the final round. Pat will.

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Please come and join your teams.

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This is what we've been playing towards - the final round, General Knowledge.

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But those of you who lost won't be allowed to take part.

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So Sam, James and Dave from Chad Acad and Judith

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would you leave the studio, please?

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Will and Dave, you're playing to win Chad Acad £3,000.

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Daphne, Chris, Barry and Pat. You're playing for the Eggheads' reputation.

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I'll ask three questions in turn. They're all general knowledge and you're allowed to confer.

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Will and Dave, are your two brains better than the Eggheads' four?

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-Do you want to go first or second?

-First? Stick with the not-so-winning pattern. First, please.

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OK.

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The not-so-winning pattern. This is the round that counts. First question to Chad Acad.

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What name is given to an informal discussion in an office or workplace about the previous night's TV?

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What name is given to an informal discussion in an office or workplace about the previous night's TV?

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-We're fairly certain on this one. Watercooler moment?

-Absolutely.

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-Watercooler moment.

-Is that the right answer? Yes.

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Eggheads, the headquarters

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of the UK's DVLA is located in which Welsh city?

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The headquarters of the UK's Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, DVLA,

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is located in which Welsh city?

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-That's Swansea.

-Yes, it is.

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Correct, Eggheads. Back to Chad Acad.

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What is the surname of the banker known by the nickname Fred the Shred, who gained notoriety

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during the economic crisis in 2008?

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What is the surname of the banker known by the nickname Fred the Shred, who gained notoriety

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during the economic crisis in 2008?

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-Do you know that one?

-Em, no.

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-I don't think it's Goodwin.

-I just can't bring it to mind.

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Fred Hester, Fred Goodwin, Fred Mathewson. Mathewson? A guess?

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-I can't see it being Goodwin. I really can't.

-Fred Goodwin.

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-You don't think it is that one?

-Do you?

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It's the one I was leaning towards, but I could be completely wrong.

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-Go with that.

-If it's Mathewson, I'm sorry.

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As team captain, I take full responsibility for this. Goodwin.

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Goodwin? OK. A bit of division. The captain's taken it on his shoulders.

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It's the right answer.

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-Fred Goodwin.

-Phew!

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A bit of pressure, Will.

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-Absolutely, yes.

-OK, well handled.

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Eggheads, who would be most likely to use a gram stain in their daily work?

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Who would be most likely to use a gram stain in their daily work?

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-That would be a microbiologist.

-Microbiologist.

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Correct, Eggheads. Microbiologist there.

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You both have two.

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The American actress Sondra Locke was a long-term partner of which Hollywood star

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who directed her in several films?

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I don't know that at all.

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-I've got an inkling...

-Who would your inkling be?

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-We know what happened last time, but I don't think Dustin Hoffman.

-OK.

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-Clint Eastwood has started directing major things more recently.

-He has.

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And I don't know how much directing Steve McQueen actually did.

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-I'd lean towards Clint Eastwood.

-Shall we?

-Yeah.

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It is a complete guess.

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Clint Eastwood because we know he's directed films.

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Picking up on that. Directed Sondra Locke in several films.

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It's Clint Eastwood. It's correct.

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-Good call, mate.

-Real teamwork going on there.

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I wonder if it'll pay dividends.

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It will if they get this wrong. The Great Dismal Swamp is the name given to a large marshy area

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in the south-east of which country?

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-It's USA, isn't it?

-Yeah.

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It's in the USA.

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-USA?

-Mm-hm.

-It IS in the USA.

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That's correct.

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All square after three. We go to sudden death.

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Will and Dave, the adjective zenographic is sometimes used by astronomers

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in relation to which planet?

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The adjective zenographic is sometimes used by astronomers in relation to which planet?

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-Zenographic?

-Z-E-N-O and then "graphic". It's all one word.

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I feel I should have heard about that and I haven't! Zeno.

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What can we take from that? There's got to be some word derived from it.

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Zeno... Venus has got an "en" in it!

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What about Mars?

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It could be any of the planets. Do you want to say Mars?

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-For some reason, I think it might be Jupiter.

-Let's go Jupiter.

-OK.

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Yeah? Why not?

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-Jupiter, please, Dermot.

-Jupiter.

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-Why not?

-Why not? It's the right answer.

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-Yes!

-Why did you go for that? You were talking Mars and Venus.

-No idea. Dave just...

-I don't know.

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I was thinking it in the back of my head and I thought, "I'll say it before we go for Mars".

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I thought Mars was the favourite. Thank goodness you didn't take it.

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Zeno...?

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-Zeus. And Jupiter is the Roman version of Zeus.

-A-ha!

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Well done. The Eggheads have to get this one.

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Which part of the brain takes its name from the scientific name for the sea horse?

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Which part of the brain takes its name from the scientific name for the sea horse?

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Hippocampus.

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Some very developed ones here. Hippocampus is the correct answer.

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Back to you after all that.

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Dave and Will, in which American state is Punxsutawney, famous for its annual Groundhog Day

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weather forecasting event?

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In which state is Punxsutawney, famous for its annual Groundhog Day weather forecasting event?

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I'm pretty sure that it was Punxsutawney Phil in Groundhog Day the film.

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-So Philadelphia.

-Pennsylvania.

-Pennsylvania would be the state.

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I'm pretty sure it's Pennsylvania.

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-I'm happy to go along with that. It's the best we've got. Pennsylvania, we'll go for?

-Yeah.

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-We'll try Pennsylvania, Dermot.

-For Punxsutawney. Made famous in that film Dave's seen many times.

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It's the right answer. Pennsylvania, Groundhog Day.

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There we are. Got that. Pennsylvania, Punxsutawney.

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Eggheads, you need to get this. What was the name of the early tennis-style video game

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released by Atari in the 1970s?

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What was the name of the early tennis-style video game by Atari in the 1970s?

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Pong!

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Pong is correct. Yes, Pong.

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OK, Will and Dave, in 1978 which Pope died suddenly only 33 days after taking up the position?

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-I think, and I could be wrong, John Paul I came into my head.

-OK.

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-I'm happy to go with it.

-John Paul II followed him.

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-I don't know, so...

-OK. Em, John Paul I.

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John Paul I. It's the right answer. Well done.

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It was known as the Year of Three Popes. He died so suddenly.

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Well, got to get this, Eggheads. Chesney Hawkes came to fame when he played the title character

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in which early 1990s film that also starred Roger Daltrey?

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-He had a big hit with The One And Only.

-That's all I know.

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-Could that be from a film?

-Roger Daltrey...

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-He starred in McVicar, but he was McVicar.

-He was McVicar.

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-Was Roger Daltrey in Tommy?

-Too early.

-It was a lot earlier.

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Chesney Hawkes.

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He'd have been a teenager in this film. A school-based film? A band film?

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-Not my type of film.

-Not mine, either!

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Should know this. I can't get to it.

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-Are we going to pass?

-Yeah.

-Congratulations. We haven't got a clue and we're going to pass.

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-Pass?

-We have absolutely no idea.

-Let's just clear up the answer. Do you know, guys?

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-Dave's got an idea.

-Is it Buster?

-No, close, but it's in your head.

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The "Bu" is there. It's a pretty obscure film. The answer is Buddy's Song.

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Which means you've won!

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Well, fantastic quizzing. You have that very rare accolade of beating the Eggheads.

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Will, Sir can go back to school with head held very high.

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-Absolutely, yes.

-There was double jeopardy if you lost.

-I might have had to move school.

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Congratulations to Chad Acad. Not just Dave and Will in the final round.

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There was a lot of good work in those head-to-heads by Sam, James and Dave A.

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Enjoy the moment. Our congratulations go with you.

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Join us next time to see if a new team will be just as successful. Until then, goodbye.

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Dermot Murnaghan hosts the show where every time a new team of challengers take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain - The Eggheads - made up of some of the country's top quiz champions, including the winner of Are You An Egghead?, Mastermind and Millionaire Pat Gibson; the previous winner of Are You An Egghead? Barry Simmons; Millionaire winner Judith Keppel; Mastermind winner Chris Hughes; four times World Quiz champion Kevin Ashman; Weakest Link winner CJ de Mooi; and 15-1 winner Daphne Fowler.

Can the challengers triumph over the general knowledge Goliaths and walk off with the cash prize, or will it roll over to the next show?


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