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Rock'n'rollers vs Trade Unionists

Quiz show in which links must be made between seemingly random things. Three fans of Scottish rock music take on three trade union group members.


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Hello and welcome to Only Connect.

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The quiz that is more convoluted than Jason Manford's explanation of his desktop folder marked "Boobs".

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There is something for everyone here.

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Some viewers get the answers quicker than our teams.

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Others watch in hope of learning something they don't know already.

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And still more tune in by accident while looking for one of those programmes about Peter Andre.

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If you're one of them, good news!

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We've got lots of coloured lights to keep you amused.

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Tonight's teams are,

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on my right, David Paul,

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an employment relations officer for the British Dental Association

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who plays the guitar in a band.

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Kirsty Johnston,

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a deputy partnership accountant who loves Enid Blyton novels

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and knits jumpers for battery chickens.

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And their captain, Paul Johnston,

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a presenter for community radio in Edinburgh

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with a passion for '60s rock music.

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They're mainstays on the Scottish rock music scene.

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They are the Rock 'N' Rollers.

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What makes Scottish rock music better than any other?

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I think it's the passion, creativity and diversity.

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For every Teenage Fan Club and Edwyn Collins,

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there's a Bay City Rollers and Andy Stewart.

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-There is something for everybody.

-Don't knock Edwyn Collins.

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For some reason, he's very handy for quiz clues.

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I love Edwyn Collins.

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And the name Orange Juice, I don't know, it's very handy.

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Our daughter is named after the Orange Juice song, Felicity.

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I thought you were going to say your daughter was named after Edwyn Collins! A nice touch.

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Your opponents are,

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Colin Wharlow, a civil servant

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who is a committed charity walker and a fan of Sherlock Holmes.

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Nick Atty, a civil servant

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with a PhD in genetics who has written a software programme for British canal routes.

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And their captain, James Hastie,

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a Cambridge maths graduate who enjoys bridge and writing crosswords. They are all members of the same

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executive council trade union group.

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They are the Trade Unionists.

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So, you guys know all about teamwork.

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What are your strengths as a team?

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Nick brings a wealth of obscure general knowledge that we are relying on.

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Colin has brilliant lateral thinking skills.

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I am basically the eye candy with no other discernible talent whatsoever.

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Congratulations, that's a role I particularly admire.

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Let's go into round one straight away.

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All I want to know here is what is the connection between four apparently random clues?

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If you can tell me without seeing all four, you get more points.

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Rock 'N' Rollers, you won the toss so you'll be going first.

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Please choose an Egyptian hieroglyph.

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-Horned Viper, please.

-Horned Viper will be the first question.

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And your first clue is coming up now.

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-Usedom.

-No idea?

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Next, please.

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New Guinea.

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Papua New Guinea? They have got things in front of them?

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I don't know.

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Next, please.

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Split into two sections?

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Ireland is split.

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Go for that. Do you want to go for the next one?

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Ten seconds.

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Next, please.

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Yeah.

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Islands or things that are split into two?

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Have another go.

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Two separate countries on one island.

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Two separate countries on one island.

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They are islands

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that are divided between the territory of two different countries,

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that is absolutely right.

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Usedom between Germany and Poland.

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New Guinea, between Indonesia and Papua new Guinea.

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Hispaniola between Haiti and the Dominican Republic.

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Ireland between the Republic of Ireland and the UK.

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Islands that are part of the territory of two countries.

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So, well done.

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Over to the Trade Unionists to pick a question.

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-Water, please.

-OK.

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What is the connection here? The first clue coming up now.

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Next, please.

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I'm wondering if it is categories in a quiz. Not Trivial Pursuit.

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Next, please.

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They're different divisions in TV.

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I don't know.

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Next, please.

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I think it's some sort of...

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Three seconds.

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BELL Yes?

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I will go with Trivial Pursuit categories.

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Drama?

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I haven't played it since Christmas, have they got a new category?

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Not Trivial Pursuit. Possible bonus chance for the Rock 'N' Rollers.

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Cataloguing systems for books in libraries?

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No, you're closer, but that's not what it is.

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The colours are obviously relevant.

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It is Penguin Books colour coding by subject.

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I thought the last one was a giveaway,

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orange for fiction. Penguin Book categories.

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Rock 'N' Rollers, your turn to pick a question.

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-Twisted Flax, please.

-All right.

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What is the connection here?

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First clue coming up now.

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Next, please.

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He was an astronomer.

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Next, please.

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We may as well go for the next one.

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Next, please.

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Ten seconds.

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Yeah, they had their noses broken.

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BELL

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Broken noses?

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Hmmm...

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Injured noses?

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I'll take it.

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It's actually missing noses but injured as well, so I will take it.

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The Sphinx's nose fell off, possibly due to erosion.

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The maid in the garden?

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Picked off her nose when she was hanging out the clothes.

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From Sing A Song Of Sixpence. The bird pecked off her nose.

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Tycho Brahe, the Danish astronomer, lost his nose in a sword duel.

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Isabelle Dinoire, you might know her name

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because she was the first person to undergo a partial face transplant

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after an accident.

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Well done, though, for the point. Back to the Trade Unionists

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to pick a hieroglyph.

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Two Reeds, please.

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This is going to be the music question.

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You'll be hearing your clues.

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First one coming in now.

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RAGTIME JAZZ PLAYS

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Don't know.

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Next.

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# Oh, what a night.

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# You know I didn't even know her name... #

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Next.

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# JAMES BLUNT: I would call you up every Sunday night

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# And we'd both stay out till the morning light... #

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Next.

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MUSIC: 1812 Overture

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Three seconds.

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They have years in the title.

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With three seconds to go, yes, they have years in the title.

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You recognised the 1812 Overture. Do you know any others?

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Nick recognised one of the others.

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Oh, What A Night. That has a year in it, but I can't remember which.

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Summer of '69 or something?

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September something?

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You are both wrong.

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It's December 1963.

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We also heard 1973 by James Blunt.

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And the lovely first one.

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Kenny Ball And His Jazzmen, Acapulco 1922.

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All with years in the title.

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-Back to you, then, Rock 'N' Rollers.

-Eye of Horus, please.

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Your first clue is coming up now.

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Vector.

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Something in maths?

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Next, please.

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Some sort of mathematics or physics thing.

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Next, please.

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Swoosh?!

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It's the Nike symbol. The tick?

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Ten seconds.

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Symbols for sporting brands. Like, the swoosh is Nike.

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I'm going to stop you, I'm afraid that isn't the correct answer.

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I'm going to show the fourth clue

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to the Trade Unionists for a possible bonus.

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These are logos for major companies.

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Names for corporate logos, not sporting goods.

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We had already seen that second one, Dynamic Ribbon is Coca-Cola.

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The other two, sporting goods, Vector for Reebok and Swoosh for Nike.

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The Golden Arches for McDonald's.

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Because this is the BBC, I'll point out

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that other forms of shoe, drink and chicken nugget are available.

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Not least in my dressing room.

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But not quite right.

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The bonus point goes to the Trade Unionists.

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And the final question is also yours, the Lion.

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These are going to be picture clues. The first one coming up now.

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Like a hunting lodge?

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Next, please.

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OK.

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Ration book.

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Next, please.

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Points?

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Good answer, go for that?

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BELL

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These are all things that have points.

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After just three clues, you get two points.

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They all have points.

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Antlers, a ration book, railway junction

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and you would have seen a compass. All have points.

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At the end of round one, then, the Rock 'N' Rollers have got two points

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but the Trade Unionists are ahead with four.

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There are still four connected clues in round two but this time they come in a sequence.

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Teams, I want you tell me what is fourth in that sequence.

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You may only see up to three clues this time.

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Rock 'N' Rollers, you'll be first.

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-Please choose a hieroglyph.

-Water, please.

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The first in a sequence will reveal itself.

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I want to know what is fourth. Time starts now.

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Five alive.

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Next one, please.

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Two, three, four, five. Once I caught a fish alive.

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-This little finger on my right?

-Shall we go for it.

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Finger on my right?

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This little finger on my right?

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This little finger on my right.

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I'm afraid that isn't the answer.

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I'm going to show the third in the sequence to the Trade Unionists.

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Can you tell me what is fourth?

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I can't give you a long time, what's your answer?

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Any thoughts? Quick.

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No, too long.

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You are in the right world.

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It is that nursery rhyme but looking at it as a sequence.

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It's not lines from the song, it is rhyming words.

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Five alive, one, two, three, four, five.

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Once I caught a fish alive.

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Six, seven, eight, nine, ten, then I let it go again.

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Ten, again, going on through the rhyme.

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Go and so, bite and right.

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Rhyming words for which little finger did it bite?

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This little finger on the right.

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Very close but no points. Trade Unionists, please pick a question.

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Horned Viper, please.

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The first in a sequence coming up. The time starts now.

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Next, please.

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I have got no idea what comes next.

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Let's take the next one just to make sure.

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Next.

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It's the point?

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It's an arrowhead.

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-Arrowhead.

-That's right.

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They're parts of an arrow going along.

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The nock, fletch, shaft and the head at the end.

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Simple one, there. Which, Rock 'N' Rollers,

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-would you like?

-Two Reeds, please.

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You're going to see picture clues.

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I want to know what you'd expect to see in the fourth picture. Here's the first one.

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That's Ralf Little.

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-The next one?

-Next, please.

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A diamond ring. Engagement ring?

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Little ring.

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Is there a song about a little ring?

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Next, please.

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What key is that?

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That's C.

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Ten seconds.

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Three seconds, if you want to have a guess?

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No, time's up.

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There's a possible bonus for the Trade Unionists.

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Looking-glass?

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Why would it be looking-glass?

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It's a pathetic answer but there's the song, diamond ring,

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If that diamond ring is brass, Momma's going to buy you a looking-glass.

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I did say it was a pathetic answer.

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I just don't remember Ralf Little from that song!

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That's where it all falls down, of course.

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And, again, in the third clue.

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But it works for the second one!

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I'm trying to ignore things that don't fit the hypothesis.

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It is wrong.

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You are right, that is Ralf Little and the ring.

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It's not just any old C, it's middle C.

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Little, ring, middle.

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It's the fingers going along the hand.

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Index would be next.

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So the picture we have is of some index cards.

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Something with an index.

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Trade Unionists, you didn't get the bonus but you may have

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-your own question.

-Twisted Flax, please.

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OK, the first in a sequence coming up now.

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OK.

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Next, please.

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Going down with the details.

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Systemic.

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Organic. Next, please.

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I think it's cell. It's going down. Starting with the whole system.

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Go for it.

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Cell.

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That is the right answer.

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Why is it cell?

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I'm going to defer to the biology expert on this one.

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It is going down from the whole system to an organ to the tissue

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and then down to the cells.

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It is getting more and more specific.

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It's levels of organisation in biology, getting smaller.

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A tissue would be made up of cells.

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Well done. Rock 'N' Rollers, it's back to you.

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Eye of Horus, please.

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OK, what is the fourth in this sequence?

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Here's the first.

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Columbia.

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Could mean British Columbia, could mean anything.

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Next, please.

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Space Shuttles.

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Discovery and then what?

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There is only one way to find out, the next one.

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OK, next, please.

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What's the last one?

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Enterprise?

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You think so?

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-BELL

-Enterprise.

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Sorry. Possible bonus for you, now, Unionists.

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Odyssey?

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That's not it, either.

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They are Space Shuttles.

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They often come up in quizzes, there's a range of different orders.

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This time it's by first launch,

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and the next one after Discovery is Atlantis.

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Trade unionists, only the Lion remains, just like in round one.

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Your first clue is coming up now.

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Next, please.

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The Third Man, the Fourth Protocol.

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Sixth Sense?

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I can't think of anything else.

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They are different authors.

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There is no point in taking the next one.

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So, sixth sense?

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Go for it.

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-BELL

-6: Sense.

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Brilliant. It's a perfect answer.

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I even heard you mutter the third clue.

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Film titles with ordinal numbers. The Third Man, the Fourth Protocol.

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We would have seen the Fifth Element and The Sixth something.

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I think The Sixth Sense is the famous one.

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So, well done there. At the end of round two,

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the Rock 'N' Rollers have got two points,

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but the Trade Unionists are ahead with 11.

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Onto round three, the Connecting Wall.

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16 clues all jumbled up that the teams must sort into four connected groups of four.

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The teams work by themselves, so, Trade Unionists, this wall is just for you.

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And you've got the choice, Lion or Water?

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Water, please.

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OK, you've got two-and-a-half minutes to solve it.

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Starting now.

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OK.

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Buffy, Willow and Tara, they're all from... As is Wesley.

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They're all from Buffy.

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OK, there must be someone else. Who is from it?

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Bearded tit, blue tit, marsh tit... Yes, definitely.

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-Willow tit.

-OK.

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Blue tit, marsh tit.

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-Bearded tit.

-Good.

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Now... Krakow?

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Wesley is from Buffy The Vampire slayer.

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Tara is, also.

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They're former capitals, aren't they?

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I can't see a fifth.

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Oh, no! Alexander is the fifth.

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So, Buffy, Alexander, Wesley and...

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Tara.

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BUZZ

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OK, so we'll miss out...

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Let's miss out Wesley.

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Elspeth doesn't mean anything to me.

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You have used a minute.

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I have lost my fifth Buffy person.

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Try somebody quickly.

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I think we ought to try the towns.

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Let's try the cities.

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Yes, yes.

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-Isaac Watts.

-Isaac Newton.

-Isaac Wesley.

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-Isaac Alexander?

-Good.

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You have got a minute left and three attempts.

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You have four capitals.

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Krakow, Scone, Reims and Tara. They're former capitals.

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Tara, Scone, Krakow and Reims.

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You've solved the wall.

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Congratulations. You seemed all at sea after the one group.

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We felt all at sea!

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Then all suddenly become clearer.

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It suddenly fell into place. That's four points for the groups you found.

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You can also get bonus points for the connections.

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So, the first one. Blue, marsh, willow, bearded.

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These are all types of tit.

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Blue tit, marsh tit, willow tit and bearded tit.

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That's right. Which one is the ornithologist?

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I think probably none of us!

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Do you know an interesting thing about the bearded tit?

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Rory McGrath called his autobiography...

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Rory McGrath and Bill Oddie, they called it The Bearded Tit.

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They gave it the Latin name in the programme,

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but it meant the bearded tits.

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That wasn't even the fact I was looking for!

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There may be a plethora of things about bearded tits.

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Mine was it isn't a tit at all.

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Its actual proper thing, it is a bearded reedling.

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It's called a tit because it has similarities to a long-tailed tit.

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Two bearded tit facts. Certainly enough for one day.

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Next group. Alexander, Wesley, Watts and Newton.

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Famous Isaacs.

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Well, now, isn't that a funny thing? No, it isn't.

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Isaac Watts, yes. There is an Isaac Newton,

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but that's not the one we're thinking of.

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They are hymn writers.

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Charles Wesley, who wrote Hark, The Herald Angels Sing.

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Yes, it was John Newton, writer of Amazing Grace.

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And Isaac Watts, he is the one who was an Isaac.

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O God, Our Help In Ages Past.

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Cecil Alexander wrote All Things Bright And Beautiful.

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Hymn writers, not Isaacs at all.

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What about the next group? Krakow, Tara, Scone, Reims.

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These are all places that used to be capitals of countries.

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Places that used to be capitals of countries.

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Another interesting fact about them?

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They're places where monarchs were crowned.

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We would've also accepted that as an answer.

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But former capitals absolutely will do.

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And the last group. Buffy, Liz, Elspeth, Bethan.

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These are all alternative names for people called Elizabeth.

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That is exactly what they are.

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Alternative names for Elizabeth.

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-You skitted off down the red herring group.

-Yes!

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You led us very successfully down a blind alley.

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No vampire slayers there.

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But you did get all four points for the groups,

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and three bonus points for the connections. That's a total of seven points.

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Time to see what the Rock 'N' Rollers can do with the Connecting Wall.

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They'll get a new wall, of course. The Lion wall. 16 new clues.

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They must still be sorted into four connected groups of four.

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You've got two-and-a-half minutes to do that, Rock 'N' Rollers.

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And it starts now.

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Top hat, ship, car, iron - they're all Monopoly things.

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BUZZ

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The boot as well.

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Top hat, boot...

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I'll miss out ship.

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I'll miss out car.

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I'll miss out iron.

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There must be something else, then.

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Jesse Owens, Jesse Jackson, Jesse James.

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Any other Jesses there?

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Jesse...

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What's Gobo?

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It's not that.

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Boot, car boot, iron.

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Will we try some more Jesses?

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Steam ship?

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Steam packet.

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Steam engine, steam iron.

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There's a group and you've used one minute.

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Cattle grid.

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Jesse Owens, Jesse James, Jesse Jackson.

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Must be another Jesse.

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There we go, the Jesses.

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Now, remember, three strikes and you're out, so be careful.

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You've got plenty of time.

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-Barn door.

-Cattle, stake.

-Burnt at the stake.

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-Hair gel.

-Golf ball.

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-Gobo, what's gobo?

-It's not any kind of wordy thing?

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-You've got a minute left.

-Leg, arc... No.

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Putting on a top hat, things you put on.

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Put golf ball on a tee, you put things on a stake.

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Put a stake on, put a top hat on.

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Hair gel.

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It's barn door that's confusing me.

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You've got 30 seconds.

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Do you want to just try a couple?

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Top hat, car.

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BUZZ Two more attempts now.

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You've under ten seconds with one attempt left.

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Got to go for it, eh?

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No, that's not it.

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So you've got two groups, that's two points for that.

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I'll give you more points if you can tell me the connections.

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Packet, ship, engine, iron.

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Things preceded by steam.

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You can put steam before all of them.

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Boot, Jackson, James, Owens.

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Jesses.

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They're Jesses. You didn't know them all. Which ones do you know?

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-Jesse Jackson.

-The civil rights activist.

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-Jesse James.

-The cowboy.

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The American outlaw.

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Jesse Owens, the runner.

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And you didn't know Jesse Boot?

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-It's not Boots the chemist?

-That's right.

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The founder of Boots the chemist. You can still get points

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

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Let's resolve the wall. There you go.

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Top hat, gel, barn door, gobo.

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I don't know...

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Things you put on?

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-I just don't think you know.

-No.

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They are terms in lighting.

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Theatrical lighting accessories.

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And the last one. Cattle, car, golf ball, stake.

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Things you strike?

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Or brand?

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-I can't let you discuss it too long.

-You can brand cattle or golf balls.

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They can all be branded.

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I think you could probably put a brand on a golf ball.

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Car, stake - it doesn't work.

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You're so close, though, you might kick yourselves.

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Things that can be driven.

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Drive cattle, drive a car, drive a golf ball, drive a stake.

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But you do get two points for the groups

0:25:360:25:38

you found plus an extra two points for the connections.

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That's a total of four points.

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Let's see what it does for the scores going into round four.

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The Rock 'N' Rollers are up to 6 points,

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but the Trade Unionists are ahead with 18.

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If you thought you could do a better job of the walls,

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why not go to the website, and I don't just mean playing them,

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because this time you can also make your own connecting walls.

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Web address on the screen now.

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We're going to be playing round four - the missing vowels round.

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Teams, I hope you will tell me what are the missing phrases, names

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or sayings from which we've removed the vowels and squished up the consonants.

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Fingers on buzzers, then.

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The first group are all food named after places.

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BELL Unionists.

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-Baked Alaska.

-Correct.

0:26:250:26:27

BELL Unionists

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-Gouda cheese.

-Correct.

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Too long, this is port wine.

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Next clue.

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BELL Unionists.

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-Thousand island dressing.

-Correct.

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Next category -

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BELL Unionists.

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-Sebum.

-Correct.

0:26:520:26:54

BELL Rock 'N' Rollers.

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-Amniotic fluid.

-Correct.

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BELL Unionists.

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-Gastric juice.

-Correct.

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BELL Unionists.

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-Aqueous humour.

-Correct.

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Next category -

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BELL Unionists.

0:27:160:27:17

-Compact discs.

-Correct.

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BELL Unionists.

0:27:210:27:23

-Aluminium cans.

-Correct.

0:27:230:27:25

BELL Unionists.

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-Used clothing.

-Correct.

0:27:290:27:30

BELL Rock 'N' Rollers.

0:27:320:27:33

-Junk mail.

-Correct.

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Next category -

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BELL Unionists.

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-Chicago White Sox.

-Correct.

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BELL Unionists.

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-Atlanta Braves.

-Correct.

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BELL Rock 'N' Rollers.

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-Houston Astros.

-Correct.

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I'm afraid that is the end.

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I think you were about to buzz in to say New York Yankees.

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That's the answer.

0:28:050:28:06

The quiz is over and the Rock 'N' Rollers have got nine points,

0:28:060:28:11

but the Trade Unionists win with 29.

0:28:110:28:14

Well done, Trade Unionists. You will be back for a quarter-final.

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Rock 'N' Rollers, I feel you were really unlucky.

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Rounds one and two, many times, close but not quite right.

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I sensed in that missing vowels round you were always just a second after.

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Unfortunately, that means we have to say goodbye to you.

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Please join me next time when we'll have two more teams

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sniffing out hidden connections with all the fervour

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of an Easter egg hunt at a health farm.

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If you're still waiting for Peter Andre...

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SHE SIGHS ..aren't we all?

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Good night.

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Three aficionados of the Scottish rock music scene pit their wits against three members of an executive council trade union group. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from Isabelle Dinoire to Tycho Brahe to the Maid in the Garden to the Sphinx.