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Geocachers v Vikings

Victoria Coren Mitchell presents the quiz show about making connections. A team of geocachers take on a trio from York in this opening heat.


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Good evening and welcome to Only Connect.

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If you're worried that your house is haunted by a ghost

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and might need exorcising,

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there's an easy way to work out whether it is or it isn't.

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It isn't.

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But speaking of having a fright, let's meet the teams.

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On my right, Ward Broughton,

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an electronics lecturer and cycling enthusiast,

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who took control of the sound system on a Royal Navy ship

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while refuelling in Liberia,

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Lowri Williams,

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an Open University student who enjoys collecting dictionaries,

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and their captain, Rhod Thomas,

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a finance analyst who arranges his extensive DVD collection

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alphabetically across four rooms in his house.

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Of course he does! He's not a gibbon!

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United by a knack for navigation,

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they are the Geocachers.

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Your team is based here, in Cardiff. Why haven't we seen you before?

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We've been planning it for a while but this is the first time

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we've managed to coordinate our calendars together.

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This is series 13. For 12 series,

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-you weren't all free on the same night?

-Pretty much, yeah.

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We're delighted you were able to make it tonight.

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You will be facing, on my left,

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Mark Oxley,

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a physiotherapist who was once asked to play

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Patrick Swayze's stunt double but declined the opportunity,

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John Wilson, a retail assistant and former IT professional

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who attended the same school as Guy Fawkes,

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and their captain, Mick Lee,

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a chemical engineer and keen amateur chef

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who is currently building his own pizza oven.

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All hailing from the city of York,

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they are the Vikings.

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How's your team feeling ahead of its first Only Connect appearance?

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We're absolutely pumped.

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In true Viking fashion, we burnt the taxi before coming into battle.

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I thought I smelt something. I'm sorry, that was just the crew.

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Geocachers, you'll be going first.

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You won the toss, so please choose

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an Egyptian hieroglyph.

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-Lion, please.

-Lion, OK. MUSICAL NOTE

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We're starting off, immediately,

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with a music or sound question.

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You'll be hearing up to four clues. They have something in common.

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What is it? Your first one is coming in now.

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# I'm in love with I'm in love with

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# I'm in love with a girl called Amanda... #

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Next, please.

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# When you look at me tell me what you see

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# This is what you get It's the way I am

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# When I look at you, I want to be, I want to be

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# Somewhere close to heaven with neanderthal man... #

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Next, please.

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# I thought I saw a man brought to life

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# He was warm, he came around

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# And he was dignified... # BELL

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Are they all performances by people who used to be in Neighbours?

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They are indeed. Who did we hear from?

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-It was Natalie Imbruglia.

-Mm-hmm.

-Holly Valance.

-Mm-hmm.

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And I'm not sure who the first one was.

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People have their different Neighbours era, don't they?

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Very much my era.

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-Craig McLachlan.

-Oh.

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They're all sung by actors from the Australian soap Neighbours.

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-Did you see Scott and Charlene's wedding?

-Of course I did.

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-It was my era.

-Cried buckets.

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-Do you know how many people watched that?

-Everyone.

-20 million people!

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You know how many people watch Only Connect? About 17 people.

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LAUGHTER

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Very well done. Two points to you. Vikings, your turn for a question.

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-Water, please.

-Water. What is the connection between these clues?

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Here's the first.

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Any thoughts? No. Next, please.

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-It's planets, isn't it?

-It can also mean comets...? Next, please.

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That's a horse. It might be a vegetable as well.

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Um, they could be TV horses, maybe,

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if the last one was Silver or something like that.

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Um, let's see the next one, please.

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INDISTINGUISHABLE

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-Um...

-Two seconds.

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BELL

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Um, we believe these are TV animals.

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They are not TV animals so, Geocachers,

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you have the chance of a bonus point.

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-No.

-Don't know?

-We don't know.

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What do you think is happening

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in clue four?

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There is a TV animal called Cheeta.

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-Yeah.

-In Tarzan, it's the monkey, Cheeta.

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But he's not called Me Cheeta.

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Me Cheeta is the title

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of that monkey's autobiography.

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It's almost certainly a chimpanzee.

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They are the autobiographies of animals.

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Black Beauty is the name of the horse,

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but also the horse's autobiography.

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Traveller is also...

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It's not really by a horse -

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breaking news -

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but it's supposed to be. It's in the voice of a horse.

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And Beautiful Joe,

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in the voice of a neglected dog.

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I hadn't heard of this Me Cheeta.

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-It was a Booker Prize-nominated autobiography.

-Was it?

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Let me tell you, if you google

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"Victoria Coren", as I used to be,

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"Victoria Coren Cheeta observer",

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you will find I wrote an article

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in the voice of Cheeta

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from the Tarzan films in 2006,

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three years before the Booker Prize nomination!

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A coincidence? Almost certainly.

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Almost certainly a coincidence.

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So, no points there. Geocachers, what would you like?

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-Two Reeds, please.

-Two Reeds.

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What is the connection between these clues?

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Here's the first.

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INAUDIBLE

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Next, please.

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INDISTINGUISHABLE

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-Is it tennis or is it names for big bangs?

-Oh, good idea, yeah.

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-Shall we see the next?

-Next, please.

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INDISTINGUISHABLE

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-Shall we get the last one?

-Yes.

-Yeah.

-Next, please.

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Two seconds. BELL

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-Um...

-No.

-No, sorry.

-You don't know?

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Bonus chance for you now, Vikings.

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Yeah, they all mean "bear".

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They are all names derived from "bear".

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The Irish McMahon, meaning

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"son of a bear" or a bear cub.

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Bjorn originally from the old Norse for "bear".

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Ursula, the Latin, "little she-bear".

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What about the third clue? Do you know anything about that?

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The Swiss capital, Bern,

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is named after bears, I think.

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Yes, the Duke of Zahringen decided

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he would name this city after...

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well, my screen says the first animal he met/ killed while hunting.

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That's the lovely thing about hunting, isn't it,

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meeting and killing? Much of a muchness. He was going hunting.

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He said, "The first animal I meet/ kill,

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"I will name the city after it."

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And it was a bear, so Bern is the name of that capital.

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Well done, you get the bonus point

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and it's your chance to choose a question.

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-The Eye of Horus.

-The Eye of Horus.

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What is the connection between these clues?

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Here's the first.

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Exhibit. He's also a rapper.

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if you take some of those letters out. Next, please.

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Salt and Pepper were also rappers,

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if you take letters out. Shall we?

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-Yeah.

-Go for it.

-BELL

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If you remove letters,

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then you have the names of rappers

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or rap acts and hip-hop.

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I will accept that answer for three points.

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You could have buzzed in after one clue.

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These are the names of rap acts.

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We have corrected them.

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How would you spell those names?

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-Um, Outcast, you'd put an E on the end.

-You wouldn't.

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You'd replace the C with a K.

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-Would you now?

-Yes.

-Right.

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It would be Salt-N-Pepper.

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-P-E-P-A.

-Pepa.

-Yes.

-Yeah,

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good hip-hop knowledge there!

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Um, Exhibit, I think, was just an X,

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which he would demonstrate

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from time to time in his videos.

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X-Z-I-B-I-T.

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And Roots Manoeuvre, M-A-N-U-V-A.

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Let me ask you this, John.

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How many times a week do people say "Great rap knowledge"?

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That could be the first time ever in my entire life.

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Very well done, for three points.

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Back to you, Geocachers, for a choice.

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Twisted Flax, please.

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What is the connection between these clues?

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Here's the first.

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INAUDIBLE

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Next, please.

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INAUDIBLE

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Are these going to be acronyms, maybe?

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Things the FA have done?

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Next, please.

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-Things to do with football.

-Yeah.

-At a particular time or...?

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-Are they all...?

-Do we need to be more specific?

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-Shall we get the last one as well?

-Go on.

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-Have they all happened as a result of a controversy?

-Next, please.

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Two seconds. BELL

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It's things that have been introduced into the Football League.

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I'm going to need more than that.

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In the '90s.

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That is not the right answer.

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Another bonus chance for you, Vikings.

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They were all introduced into football.

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It was connected with Jimmy Hill.

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They were innovations credited

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to the late great Jimmy Hill.

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Very well done.

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What can you tell me about any of those clues?

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Highfield Road was the first

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English all-seater stadium,

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which was when he was in charge at Coventry.

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And also the first electronic scoreboard, in 1964.

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Colour matchday programme.

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It was a programme for Coventry City, the Sky Blue.

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He managed that team to great success. And three points for a win.

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That was introduced in 1981.

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Very well done.

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And the last question will go to you.

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The Horned Viper.

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I expect these will be picture clues cos we haven't seen any.

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Yes, picture question coming in now.

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INDISTINGUISHABLE

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Yeah, let's go next, please.

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-That's Kubrick, isn't it? Is that not Stanley Kubrick?

-May well be.

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We need another one, unless we can think of the name of that first lot.

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Next, please.

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That's Kraftwerk, so they're all starting K.

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It's a bit weak though, isn't it?

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-Start and finish with K.

-Start and finish with K. Beautiful.

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-Even better.

-BELL

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I'm impressed. It's start and finish with K.

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I like your admiration for our question writers. Fiendish work.

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They start and end with the letter K. Talk me through them.

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-Kayak.

-The temple at Karnak, is it?

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-Mm-hmm.

-Stanley Kubrick.

-Mm-hmm.

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-Kraftwerk.

-Kraftwerk, the band.

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-Do you know what they're named after, that band?

-Power station.

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Power station, yes.

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The machinery in the studio, they said, reminded them

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of a power plant and it helped

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to underline their German identity.

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Really bucking the stereotype there.

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That's the end of round one.

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We continue with round two, the sequences round.

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The teams will still see four clues in total,

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but we will not show them the fourth one

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unless they can tell us what it is.

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Geocachers, you'll be going first again.

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-Which would you like?

-Lion, please.

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You will see the first in a series of four clues.

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What is the fourth?

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Your time starts now.

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Next.

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INDISTINGUISHABLE

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Possibly the lyrics of a song or something.

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-I'm trying to think.

-Next, please.

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I have got no idea on this one at all.

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INDISTINGUISHABLE

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Two seconds.

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I'm afraid you're out of time

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so, Vikings, another bonus chance.

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-Film.

-Is the right answer. And why's that?

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It's Channel 4 Freeview channels

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in the order they were introduced.

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They're actually going backwards.

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It's reverse order.

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The first one was Film,

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so we're going backwards through the Channel 4 sister channels.

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The problem there, as we heard at the beginning,

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you're just out too much, you have too much of a social life.

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Social lives are not really encouraged here at Only Connect,

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to be honest with you. We like people who are at home,

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watching television. Going out and about,

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you're not going to know your Channel 4 sister channels.

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You get the bonus point, Vikings.

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-What would you like to choose for yourselves?

-Two Reeds, please.

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Two Reeds. What would come fourth in this sequence?

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Here's the first.

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-It ended up green.

-It did.

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Next, please.

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It would be a different colour.

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Um, give me a sequence starting with green then.

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Is it the traffic lights - green, amber...?

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Or it could be the rainbow, so...

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Red and orange and pink...

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No, it would go red, orange, yellow,

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green. I'd take the next.

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Let's go next, please.

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-They were purple, weren't they?

-They were purple.

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So, is it only...?

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Three seconds. BELL

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-Say orange.

-Orange.

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Is not the right answer.

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Geocachers, it's your turn now for a bonus point.

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Could we have the Marvel character of Hulk in the 2000s?

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And why would that be?

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Because they introduced a red Hulk

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when he'd previously been green.

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I will accept that answer.

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I'm delighted!

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Talk me through the other clues.

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They're the colours of the rainbow, going in reverse,

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turning green, turning yellow,

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turning orange and then turning red.

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That's right.

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The 2016 Olympics pool went green

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because hydrogen peroxide was put in

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that neutralised the chlorine's ability to kill off the algae.

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Oxidised paper turns yellow.

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That's why we make scrolls, isn't it?

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Lowri, you're about 30 years younger than me.

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Do young people still make scrolls

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by soaking paper in tea

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or is that a pre-internet thing?

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I definitely did it. I still do, where I can.

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LAUGHTER

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Excellent. That turns yellow. And 17th century carrots.

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There were these vegetables that were many colours

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but in the 17th century, there's the first thing

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we know was really a carrot

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and Dutch growers encouraged it to be orange

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as a sort of tribute to the royal family there.

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So, we're saying things that turn green, yellow, orange.

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We want something that turned red

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and this comic contribution gets you the bonus. Well done.

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What question would you like?

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-Water, please.

-Water. What will come fourth in this sequence?

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Here's the first.

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INDISTINGUISHABLE

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Next.

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These are islands.

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-Dutch islands?

-OK.

-Are they in size?

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-There's Aruba...

-I don't know which one it is.

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Next, please.

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So that's also... Curacao is also Dutch.

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So, what famous Dutch...?

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They're all Dutch Antilles, are they? Is that right?

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INDISTINGUISHABLE

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BELL

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The Netherlands Antilles.

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Not the answer, I'm afraid.

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Vikings, would you like to have a go for a bonus?

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-Benin.

-Not it. Not a sequence.

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I can see what you're all thinking.

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No, these are the four countries that are the constituent parts

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of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

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So the final one is simply the Netherlands mainland.

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And they are getting larger in area and population,

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but simply, Netherlands mainland.

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No points there. Vikings, what would you like?

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The Eye of Horus, please.

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Eye of Horus. What would come fourth in this sequence?

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Here's the first.

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Yeah, OK, next, please.

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Consecutive months? So, it's January, February, March, April.

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-Oh, beautiful!

-June, July. August, September would be 3130.

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No, it's either 3031 or 3130.

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Five, six, seven, eight. So, it's 3131.

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-July, August.

-31 and...?

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-31 if it's July and August.

-Two 31s?

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-No, it's August, September, isn't it?

-No.

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January, February, March, April,

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May, June, July, August. 3131.

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-Yeah. 3131.

-BELL

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-3131.

-Is the right answer.

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And, as we heard you discussing,

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these are simply about days

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in particular months.

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31 days in January, 28 in February,

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so the first clue, 3128.

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Then March, April, 3130.

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May, June. And we want to hear

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how many days in July and August.

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3131.

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Geocachers, your turn. What would you like?

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-Twisted Flax, please.

-What would come fourth in this sequence?

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Here's the first.

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INDISTINGUISHABLE

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Next.

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Is this Churchill's speech or something?

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Ooh, on the beaches.

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-Yeah, go on.

-BELL

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-On the beaches.

-Is the right answer.

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What's happening here?

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It's Churchill's speech in reverse,

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where we'll fight them.

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Yes, June, 1940. "We shall go on to the end. We shall fight in France.

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"We shall fight on the seas and oceans.

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"We shall fight with growing confidence

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"and growing strength in the air.

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"We shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be.

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"We shall fight on the beaches."

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A great speech and a good early buzz.

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Horned Viper remains for you, Vikings.

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What will come fourth in this picture sequence?

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Here's the first.

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It's Aung... Aung Suu...

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-Suu Kyi, yeah.

-Yeah.

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Next, please.

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-Is it Nobel Prizes?

-No, because that's Lee Harvey Oswald.

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-So, Aung Suu Kyi, did I hear?

-You did.

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We're going to need another, aren't we? Next, please.

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Abraham Lincoln. So, Aung, Lee, Abe. Or Lincoln.

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Lincoln... Oswald...

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Harvey. Did he have a middle name?

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-Abraham Lincoln? I don't know.

-BELL

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-I can't give you that, I'm afraid.

-George Best.

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Not an acceptable answer.

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Geocachers, you have the chance of a bonus point.

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-Moses.

-I will accept as an answer.

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And why's that?

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Cos, going by four names,

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then three names, then two names

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and he only goes by a single name.

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That's absolutely right.

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Four names, three, names, two names.

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We wanted to hear somebody with one name.

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We said Cher, you said Moses. That's the difference between us.

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Very well done. That means, at the end of round two...

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Time now for round three, the Connecting Wall.

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This time, there are 16 clues, all jumbled up,

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that the teams have to sort into four connected groups of four.

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There are red herrings, clues that seem to come

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into more than one group, but there is only one perfect solution.

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Vikings, it'll be your turn to go first this time,

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so please choose Lion or Water.

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-Lion, please.

-Lion.

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You have two and a half minutes to solve the Lion Wall, starting now.

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Er, it's X-Men.

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-There's Glorias, aren't there?

-Er...yeah.

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Oh, yeah, Estefan, Hunniford, Swanson and Vanderbilt?

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BUZZ

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-Steinem?

-Estefan.

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-BUZZ

-Right, OK.

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Vanderbilt, Steinem,

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Estefan and...

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-Hunniford.

-Hunniford.

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-Ah, nice.

-Um, Big Lebowski.

-Big Lebowski, yeah.

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They're both played by the same actor.

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John Goodman, so John Goodman.

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Maybe it's not then.

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I'm not seeing others. Maybe Irish, but... Um, OK.

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Um...

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-Defile, soil, tarnish, sully are all the same.

-Yeah.

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Could have dirty as well though.

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-BUZZ

-So, that's dirty.

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-OK.

-Three lives now.

-Have we got shoes there?

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-No, we haven't, have we?

-Um...

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May be there. Irish. Irish stew, Irish mist...

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-Film... The Big Lebowski.

-Yeah.

-What else could that be?

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-Oh, yeah...

-Right...

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Yeah... OK, Professor X and Essex girl, I somehow feel...

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You've got a minute left.

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-Let's try Sully.

-BUZZ

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-We've got two left.

-We've got two left, so let's concentrate.

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Sully's in Monsters, Inc, isn't he? Is anybody else in that?

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-Professor X might be.

-No.

-Might have been off on the...

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Was Swanson the receptionist?

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-Give me one.

-Lightbulb.

-Lightbulb, yeah?

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BUZZ One life left.

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-It's not Lebowski and Sully?

-Oh, now then. Lebowski, Sully...

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-Irish, why not? Let's try...

-Are they songs or albums?

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20 seconds.

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Not Practical. So, it's Swanson or Lightbulb. Let's go...

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That's not it. Your lives are up

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and the Wall's frozen.

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But you found two groups

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and let's see if you can tell me the connections.

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In the first blue group...

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-They're Glorias.

-They're famous Glorias.

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And the second group, starting Defile?

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They all mean to dirty or despoil.

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That's right. They're synonyms for each other.

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You can get points for connections in the groups you didn't find,

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so let's resolve the Wall.

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That's how it should have been.

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Professor X, Lebowski, Sully, Swanson.

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Do they all use wheelchairs?

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They use wheelchairs. Professor X in the Marvel comics,

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Lebowski in the film,

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Joe Swanson from Family Guy

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and Jake Sully in the science-fiction film Avatar.

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And what about the last group?

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-They're jokes. We just spotted it.

-Yeah.

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Lightbulb jokes, Essex girl jokes,

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Irish jokes, practical jokes.

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So, that is two points for the groups you found

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and four more for the connections. A total of six points.

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Time to bring in the other team now,

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give them a whole new Connecting Wall

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and see what they can do about solving it.

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Geocachers, you have got two and a half minutes

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to solve the other Wall and your time starts now.

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-OK, people from... Nuttall...

-Nigels.

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-They're also people UKIP-related.

-Yes.

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Planer, if you go for Nigels.

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-BUZZ

-OK, so...

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-BUZZ

-I'd like to put Farage

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-in with Carswell and Nuttall.

-BUZZ

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-Want to put Wedge, Slater?

-Nigel Slater?

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What are we looking for? What else?

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-BUZZ

-Chesterfields and Settees are things

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-to sit on, aren't they?

-Yeah.

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We've got the Nigels. Chesterfield...

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-Is it Davenport as well?

-Yeah.

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Davenport, Settee, Chesterfield...

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Um...

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-These have both been leaders of...

-BUZZ

0:23:180:23:21

..of UKIP.

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Davenport, Settee... Wedge?

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BUZZ

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That's a type of shoe, isn't it?

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Canape - has it got something written in it? "Ape".

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"Edge". Um...

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-Do you know what a Sked is?

-No.

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-Canape...

-Carswell...

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Castle...

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Banks?

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-BUZZ

-No.

-OK.

-Chesterfield, Settee...

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Um...

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-BUZZ

-We're going terrible now, aren't we?

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Right, Canape...

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If we go things... Yeah.

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BUZZ

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You've got things that sort of seat. Settee, Chesterfield and Davenport.

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-30 seconds.

-What else could it be?

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BUZZ

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Sked? Try Sked, seeing as we don't know what that is.

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BUZZ

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BUZZ

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BUZZ

0:24:160:24:17

-Table... Seat, table...

-Table top.

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BUZZ

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This is just...

0:24:210:24:23

Roy Castle. Douglas Carswell,

0:24:230:24:26

-Douglas Banks...

-Yeah.

-Ten seconds.

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Douglas... Douglas someone else.

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I don't know... Storm... Storm?

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No, that's it. Your time is up and the Wall has frozen.

0:24:350:24:39

But you've found a group and I will give you more

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if you can tell me what is the connection between those clues.

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-They're all Nigels.

-They are all famous Nigels.

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And you can still get points

0:24:500:24:51

for the connections in the groups you didn't find.

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Let's resolve the Wall. There you go. All done for you.

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Carswell, Banks, Nuttall, Sked.

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-Members of UKIP?

-UKIP?

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They are all people who are or have been, at one time,

0:25:020:25:04

members of UKIP. Alan Sked, the founder of UKIP.

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And what about the next group?

0:25:070:25:10

Castle, Storm, Wedge, Table.

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-Nothing.

-You don't see it.

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You can put "sand" before all of them.

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Sandcastle, sandstorm, sand wedge, sand table. And the last group.

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They're all types of chair or sofa.

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Those are the sofas.

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So, you found one group

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and you get three points for the connection, a total of four.

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Let's have a look at the scores going into the final round.

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On we go to the Missing Vowels round,

0:25:450:25:47

where teams can lose points as well as gain them.

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Fingers on buzzers, teams.

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I can tell you that the first group are all farming idioms.

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Correct.

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Correct.

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Correct.

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Very good farming idioms.

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Next category.

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After Simon Bolivar. Correct.

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After Captain John Marshall.

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After Queen Adelaide.

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After the American president James Monroe.

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Next category.

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Correct.

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Correct.

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Correct.

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Correct. The next group are all Famous Five books.

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Correct. MUSIC SIGNALS END OF ROUND

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Sadly, we will not have

0:27:270:27:29

any more Famous Five books

0:27:290:27:30

because the bell has gone for the end of the quiz.

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And I can tell you that, after a very exciting round four,

0:27:330:27:35

the winners and through to the next round, with 21 points,

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are the Vikings.

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But in second place, with 20 points,

0:27:410:27:44

it's the Geocachers.

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Just one behind.

0:27:450:27:47

So, you might be going home, but you might not,

0:27:470:27:49

because this series, our two highest-scoring finishers

0:27:490:27:52

will go through, so we'll wait to find out.

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Thank you all very much for playing.

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Thank you for watching and a special thank you

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to our new question editor, who is Mr Waley-Cohen,

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as you'll know if you watch the final credits.

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But you don't, do you? You never look.

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You don't even know who our vision mixer is.

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Just leave the coffee outside the door and go. Goodbye.

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