Episode 30 Two Tribes


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Episode 30

Richard Osman presents the fast-paced quiz show where what contestants have in common is just as important as their general knowledge.


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APPLAUSE

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Good evening, everybody, and warm welcome to Two Tribes -

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the quiz show where you never know whose side you're going to be on.

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We've got seven brand-new contestants,

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-all ready to play - let's meet them.

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Hello.

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My name's Duncan, and I'm a business development manager from Glasgow.

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Hello, I'm Richard, I'm from Oakham in Rutland,

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and I'm retired from the prison service.

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Hi, I'm Alan, I'm from Newcastle and I'm a freelance writer.

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Hi there, my name's Amy, I'm a recent mathematics graduate

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and I'm from Romford in Essex.

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Hi, I'm Sue, I'm a retired recruitment manager,

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and I'm from Cheshunt in Hertfordshire.

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My name's Kathryn and I'm an administrator from Nottingham.

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Hello, Richard - my name's Graham,

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I'm an independent financial advisor from Gospel End, near Dudley.

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APPLAUSE

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Welcome along, all seven of you.

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Before the show you all completed our questionnaire -

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you answered hundreds of questions about yourselves.

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There's a few of them on the screen up there.

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In each round, we'll split you into two tribes,

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based on who said yes and who said no to some of these.

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Each tribe will then face a series of general knowledge questions.

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All you need to do is make sure you're on the winning tribe.

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If you do that, you could be walking away with today's

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jackpot of £2,000, so very best of luck.

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Let's find our first two tribes.

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Before the show, we asked you the following...

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OK, let's see who said yes to that and who said no to that.

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And we can give our own verdicts.

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Our Yes Tribe is...

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Duncan,

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Sue and Kathryn.

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Which means our No Tribe... Stop laughing!

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Our No Tribe is Richard, Alan, Amy and Graham.

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-Everybody, join your tribes.

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So, "I'm good looking," what tribe are you on at home?

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No Tribe, we'll start with you.

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Richard - you don't consider yourself good looking.

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You're humble.

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I've been looking at this face for 63 years, you get a bit bored with it.

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-A few years a ago, you'd have said, yeah, but now...

-Yeah, definitely.

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..seen it all. Get some work done. Just change it up a little bit.

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-Alan, you're a very attractive man.

-Thank you very much. So are you.

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LAUGHTER

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That's very kind of you. And see, we can talk like that, Alan and I.

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We're metrosexual men.

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But you wouldn't tick the box saying, good looking?

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No, I think I'm averagely looking.

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-Average lookin', nice.

-Yeah, pretty much.

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Amy, you don't think you're good looking?

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I think my worst fear was if this question came up

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and I had said yes, and people at home are thinking...

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That's very true - much better to say no and have people go,

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"Hold on a minute! She's great!"

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And Graham - very handsome man.

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Definitely not good looking.

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-I wouldn't fit in any decent magazine, anyway.

-Oh, Graham!

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Don't say that.

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What about Railways And Railwaymen, something like that?

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LAUGHTER That would be, perhaps...

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-Centrefold there, maybe.

-Yeah, something like that.

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Now, shall we talk to our Yes Tribe?

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All of whom are much braver than you. Sue and Kathryn, laughing away.

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We'll talk to Duncan first. Duncan, you have confidence in your looks?

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I'd like to think I was better looking than not better looking,

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-if that makes sense.

-I'm sure you'd like to think that.

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-Do you have a partner, Duncan?

-Of five years, yes.

-Excellent.

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Does she think you're good looking?

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-She has to if we've been together for five years!

-I suppose so.

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-She has to say it, certainly. Sue, you ticked the box as well.

-I did.

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Have you been told you're good looking all your life?

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No, not really, I just feel that I scrub up quite well.

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I'm not good looking in the morning, first thing...

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-Nobody is though, that's the secret.

-I do scrub up well, I think.

-I think you do as well.

-Thank you.

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Nobody is good looking in the morning.

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And Kathryn, you're also confident in your looks?

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Only after a little bit of work and mascara, eye shadow, make-up,

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lipstick, doing my hair. Not first thing in the morning, again.

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-You and me both.

-LAUGHTER

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No Tribe, we're going to start with you.

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You know almost everybody at home is on your side.

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YES TRIBE LAUGHS

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You know they are, Yes Tribe. You know that.

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60 seconds of questions, if you get one wrong, it passes down the line.

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If all of you get the same question wrong,

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your time will end immediately.

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The winning tribe will be through to the next round,

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good luck to everybody. Start the clock.

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Richard - what is the usual English translation

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of the Spanish word "gracias"?

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-Thank you.

-Correct.

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Alan - held annually in Park City, Utah,

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the Sundance Festival honours which industry?

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-Film industry.

-Correct.

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Amy - in football,

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the winter transfer window in the Premier League opens in which month?

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-June.

-Incorrect. Graham?

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-December.

-Incorrect. Richard?

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-September.

-Incorrect. Alan, to save your tribe?

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October.

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It's the winter transfer window, there's a clue there.

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It's in January.

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No Tribe, at the end of that round, you scored two points.

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APPLAUSE

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Yes Tribe, just three points will see you into the next round.

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Very best of luck. Start the clock.

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Duncan - in the New Testament, who is the mother of Jesus?

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-Mary.

-Correct. Sue - in 2001,

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Iain Duncan Smith was elected leader of which political party?

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-Conservatives.

-He was.

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Kathryn, to win - which nickname is shared by a member of

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The Black Eyed Peas and the Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson?

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-Fergie.

-Is the correct answer!

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And with three points, straight through to the next round,

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-it's the Yes Tribe!

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Please take your places in the middle.

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No Tribe, you are the losing tribe,

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so we have to lose one of you, I'm afraid.

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You're playing for survival, fingers on buzzers.

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Three of you will be going through, one of you going home.

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Very best of luck, all four of you.

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Common, white-winged and hairy-legged are all species

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of which specific type of blood-eating bat?

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-BUZZER

-Richard.

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-Vampire.

-They are all vampire bats, Richard, well played.

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-You're through to the next round.

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Alan, Amy, Graham - fingers on buzzers.

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A human sperm cell carries one of two sex chromosomes that

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determine gender, denoted by which two letters of the alphabet?

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-BUZZER

-Amy?

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-X and Y.

-Is the correct answer.

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Amy, you are also through to the next round.

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APPLAUSE

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Alan and Graham.

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One of you, I'm afraid, will be leaving us.

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It all comes down to this question - very best of luck to you both.

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Which English thief took part in the Great Train Robbery...

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-BUZZER

-Alan?

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Ronnie Biggs.

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That's a very early buzz.

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Let me read the whole question, Alan.

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Which English thief took part in the Great Train Robbery of 1963,

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escaped from prison in 1965 and fled to Rio in 1970?

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It IS Ronnie Biggs, Alan, well played.

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-You're through to the next round.

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-Graham!

-Short and sweet.

-Oh, goodness.

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-That's a nice description of yourself.

-Yes!

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Graham, all you've done is come on the show,

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-say you're not good looking, and then left!

-And left, I know.

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It would have been lovely to get to know you a bit better.

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Thank you so much for playing.

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But for our remaining six contestants,

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it's time to find our next two tribes.

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APPLAUSE

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So, a nail-biting 3-2 victory in round one there.

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Well done, everybody.

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We're going to split you into two brand-new tribes now, let's see how.

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Before the show, we asked you the following...

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Let's see who said yes and who said no to that. Our Yes Tribe is...

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Duncan,

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Amy and Sue.

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Our No Tribe is Richard, Alan and Kathryn.

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-Everybody, join your tribes.

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So, "I know the offside rule." Yes Tribe. Sue, big football fan?

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Yes, I'm a Tottenham season-ticket holder.

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-But are you a big football fan?

-I knew you'd say that!

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I know, it's traditional, isn't it? It's like pantomime, you can't not.

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-Amy, you a football fan?

-Not really, I just watch the World Cup.

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-So you know the rule from that?

-Yeah.

-Exactly.

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No Tribe, Alan - you're not a football fan?

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No, my knowledge of sport is very poor,

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-as you're going to find out tonight, I think.

-Excellent.

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I shall see what we have coming up.

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-And, Kathryn - the offside rule leaves you cold?

-It leaves me cold.

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I know it's to do with football, but I don't know anything else.

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It IS to do with football, I'll give you that.

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What tribe are you on at home?

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Do you know it or you don't know it? We will start with our Yes Tribe.

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60 seconds of questions. if you get one wrong, I'll pass down the line.

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If all three of you get it wrong, your time will end immediately.

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Very best of luck. Start the clock.

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Duncan - Chasing Pavements, Rolling In The Deep and Skyfall...

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-Adele.

-Are all hit singles for Adele, correct.

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Amy - the great exhibition held in the Crystal Palace

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in Hyde Park took place during the reign of which British Queen?

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-Victoria.

-Correct.

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Sue - Stockport, Warrington

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and Liverpool are all situated on which English River?

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-The Mersey.

-They are.

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Duncan - according to a well-known three-word proverb,

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said to be derived from the work of Francis Bacon, knowledge is what?

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-Key.

-Incorrect. Amy?

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-Important.

-Sue?

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Everything.

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Aw!

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-It's power.

-Knowledge is power, Duncan, absolutely right.

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A bit late now. Yes Tribe, you scored three points.

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APPLAUSE

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No Tribe, four points the target, very best of luck. Start the clock.

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Richard - the musical which is loosely based on

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American markswoman Annie Oakley is called Annie Get Your what?

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-Gun.

-Correct. Alan - in Grand Slam tennis,

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since 1972 the Australian Open has been held in which city?

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-Sydney?

-Incorrect. Kathryn?

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-Melbourne.

-Correct.

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Richard - which instrument estimates the distance travelled on foot

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by recording the number of steps taken whilst walking?

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Pedometer.

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Correct. Alan - to win - the Malay Peninsula is in which continent?

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-Asia.

-Is the correct answer.

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And with four points - a new record -

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No Tribe, you're through to the next round.

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-Take your places in the centre.

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Yes Tribe. It's creeping up, isn't it? 2-3, 3-4.

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By the end of this show we're going to see some spectacular scoring,

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I'm sure of it. But you are on the losing tribe, I'm afraid.

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So one of you will be leaving us.

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Fingers on buzzers, please, playing for survival.

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Taken from the Hebrew for "head of the year",

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what name is given to the Jewish New Year festival?

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-BUZZER

-Amy?

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-Hanukkah?

-It's not, I'm afraid.

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The answer is Rosh Hashanah.

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Which means Duncan and Sue, you're both through to the next round.

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Please take your places in the centre.

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APPLAUSE

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Amy!

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Amy, I'm so sorry. Very brave to buzz in, though.

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I don't know why did that. I don't know what I was thinking!

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Yeah, I know what you mean.

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All we found out about you is you don't think you're good-looking,

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-but you do know the offside rule. Swings and roundabouts.

-Yeah.

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Amy, thank you so much for playing,

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sorry we didn't get to know more about you.

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For our remaining five players, however,

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it's time to find two brand-new tribes.

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APPLAUSE

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Kathryn, been on both winning tribes so far.

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Richard, the first person in either round to get more than one

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question right in that last round, very impressive.

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We're going to split you into two brand-new tribes.

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Before the show we asked you the following...

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Now, Kathryn - you've been on both winning tribes.

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-What tribe are you on here?

-Yes.

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You'd rather watch a film. Let's see who is going to join you.

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The Yes Tribe is Kathryn, Duncan

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and Alan.

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Which means our No Tribe is Richard and Sue.

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Everybody, join your tribes.

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APPLAUSE

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"I'd rather watch a film then read a book." It's a tricky one, this one.

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I'm not sure which tribe I'd be on.

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I might see if I can be persuaded by anyone here.

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Duncan - you'd always rather watch a film, or you like a bit of both?

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-I do like to read, but I would always watch a film.

-It's quicker, isn't it?

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It's just more exciting than using your imagination.

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RICHARD LAUGHS

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Well, it depends on your imagination, Duncan, to be honest.

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Alan. Are you the same? It's just quicker, a slightly more quick fix?

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There's only a finite amount of time.

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Might as well just watch the film, get it over with in 90 minutes.

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Yeah, you know what? Get it over with, that's the key. Kathryn.

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-Do you like doing both?

-Well, I do.

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Mine was from a very practical viewpoint,

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because I have to put my glasses on to read and to watch a film I don't.

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And when my eyes are tired I would rather watch a film then read.

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The last thing we'd want, Kathryn,

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-is for you to have to put your glasses on.

-I know, I know.

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The last thing the British publishing industry

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would want is that, I'm sure.

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No Tribe, Sue.

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So you're a great reader?

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I am indeed, yes. I belong to a book club and I read lots.

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If there's a book and a film, and they're both out, which would you rather watch first?

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Would you rather read the book first and then see the film,

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-or the other way round?

-Definitely read the book first.

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I think I'm the same. I like to read the book and then see what actors they've

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got to play the people who're in my head. Richard?

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I like to read the book, and then criticise the film.

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-Because they always get it wrong.

-Yep.

-Perfect.

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That's the perfect thing to do. We'll start with our Yes Tribe.

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60 seconds of questions. If you get one wrong, we'll pass it down the line.

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If you get the same question wrong - which given

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the rest of the show so far is probably going to

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happen at some point - your time will end immediately.

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The winning tribe in this round will be straight through

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to our final four. So very best of luck to both tribes.

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Start the clock. Duncan - according to Friedrich Nietzsche,

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whatever does not kill me, makes me what?

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-Stronger.

-Correct.

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Alan - the word scalene is typically used to describe

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which geometric shape when all its sides are unequal in length?

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-Triangle.

-Correct.

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Kathryn - Don't Cry For Me, Argentina is a song from which

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Andrew Lloyd Webber musical?

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-Evita.

-Correct.

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Duncan - on a standard UK Monopoly board,

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which square is in the corner diagonally opposite Go?

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-Free Parking.

-Correct.

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Alan - in which sport is the main group of competitors

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known as the peloton?

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-Bobsleigh.

-Incorrect. Kathryn?

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-Cycling?

-Correct.

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Duncan - Ginza and Chiyoda are lines on the Metro of which Japanese city?

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-Japan.

-Incorrect. Alan?

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-Tokyo.

-Correct.

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Kathryn - which former child actor directed the films Apollo 13,

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A Beautiful Mind and Cinderella Man?

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-Ben Affleck?

-Incorrect. Duncan?

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-Can you repeat the question?

-Which former child actor...

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-Russell Crowe.

-Incorrect. Alan?

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-Ron Howard.

-Correct.

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Kathryn - Lauryn Hill, Pras Michel and Wyclef Jean were

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the members of which successful musical group of the 1990s?

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Fugees.

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Just out of time, I'm afraid, Kathryn - it was The Fugees.

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-Yes Tribe, you scored seven points.

-APPLAUSE

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That's a bit more respectable.

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No Tribe - eight points will see you into the next round.

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Very best of luck. Start the clock.

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Richard - in imperial measurements, 36 inches equal how many feet?

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-Three.

-Correct.

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Sue - in January 2015, which writer and TV presenter

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married his partner, Elliott Spencer, in a ceremony in Norfolk?

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-I don't know.

-Richard?

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-I don't know.

-Ooh!

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It was all over the news. Anyone on the Yes Tribe?

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-Stephen Fry?

-Stephen Fry was the right answer.

-Aw!

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It means at the end of that round, No Tribe,

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we're back to where we were before, one point, No Tribe.

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It means, with seven points,

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Yes Tribe, you're through to our final four.

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APPLAUSE

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-Just when I thought we were getting better.

-I know.

-One point.

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Stephen Fry, tripping you up there.

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It does mean, No Tribe, you're the losing tribe.

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One of you will be in our final four,

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one of you heading off immediately,

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and it all comes down to this question.

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Playing for survival, best of luck.

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Which word, beginning with Z, can mean a land of future promise

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and is the name given to the hill of Jerusalem on which the...

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-BUZZER

-Sue?

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Is it Zion?

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..On which the city of David was built, Zion is the correct answer.

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Sue, you're through to our final four.

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APPLAUSE

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Richard, pleasure getting to know you.

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Thank you so much for playing, it's been a fun show.

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Thank you for playing your part on it.

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For our final four contestants, it's time to find our next two tribes.

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APPLAUSE

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So, our final four.

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Kathryn, you've now been on all three winning tribes.

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Although the scores you have had to beat have been two, three and one.

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-So...

-LAUGHTER

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The final four is where things change a little bit.

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It's always two against two, and it's always on the buzzers.

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The tribe that wins will be through to our final with the chance of winning that £2,000 jackpot.

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The losing tribe will be going home immediately.

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How will we split you up?

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Before the show, we asked you the following...

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-Sue, what tribe you on here?

-Yes.

-You think teenagers have got it easy.

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Who's going to join you on that tribe?

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The Yes Tribe is Sue and Alan.

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Which means our No Tribe is Duncan and Kathryn.

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Everybody, join your tribes.

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APPLAUSE

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So, do teenagers have it easier now? Sue, how do you feel about it?

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You think they have it easier?

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I think they're more pampered today then maybe they were some years ago.

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I think you were made to earn rewards more, many years ago,

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than some seem to be now.

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I know you mean - sometimes you see children in restaurants

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behaving in such a way that, when we were children,

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-I don't think would have been acceptable.

-Absolutely, yeah.

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No Tribe - Duncan,

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you think that being a teenager is just as hard these days.

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I think for jobs it is, yeah.

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Because in the olden days, I assume...

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In the olden days, you getting that, Yes Tribe?

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LAUGHTER Steady on.

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You used to just have an interview and you'd get a job.

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But now you have to do psychometrics,

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you've got to jump through so many hoops that it's just ridiculous.

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Well, you only have to jump through hoops

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-if you're going for the job in the circus.

-LAUGHTER

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This round is on the buzzers.

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The first tribe to answer five questions correctly will be playing in today's final,

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and have the chance to win that £2,000 jackpot.

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The losing tribe will be leaving us immediately.

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Good luck to you all, here is your first question.

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Known for his one-liners,

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which comedian hosted the TV game shows The Golden Shot...

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-BUZZER

-Kathryn?

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-Was it Tim Vine?

-It was not.

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Whole question to the Yes Tribe, you can confer.

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Known for his one-liners,

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which comedian hosted the TV game shows The Golden Shot,

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Celebrity Squares and Family Fortunes?

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-Bob Monkhouse.

-Yeah.

-Bob Monkhouse.

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Bob Monkhouse is the correct answer.

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1-0 to the Yes Tribe. But Tim Vine will be very glad to be mentioned.

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What is two score minus three dozen?

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-BUZZER

-Sue?

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-Four.

-Correct answer, very quick. Very good.

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-The kids of today wouldn't have been able to do that...

-That's right!

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Absolutely. 2-0 to our Yes Tribe.

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First to five plays in today's final.

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In the Roman Catholic Church, what is the name of the practice

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in which prayer is recited whilst being counted on a string of beads?

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-BUZZER

-Kathryn?

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-Rosary. Is that wrong?

-Is the correct answer, Kathryn.

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I would accept, "Rosary, oh, is that wrong?"

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LAUGHTER

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Two points to the Yes Tribe, one point to the No Tribe.

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The racehorse, Brown Panther, is co-owned by which former

0:18:470:18:50

footballer who scored 40 goals for England?

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-BUZZER

-Duncan?

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-David Beckham?

-Incorrect. I can pass it over to the Yes Tribe?

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-Michael Owen?

-Michael Owen, Sue, is the correct answer. Well played.

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It's 3-1 to the Yes Tribe.

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Which percussion instrument, similar to a glockenspiel...

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-BUZZER

-Sue?

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Is it xylophone?

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Takes its name from the Greek words for wood and sound,

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xylophone is the correct answer.

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Well played. 4-1 now to the Yes Tribe.

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You are one point away from today's final.

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No Tribe - you are still four answers away from today's final.

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I've seen it done before. Very best of luck to both tribes.

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The US political movement known as the Tea Party

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takes its name from an event which took place...

0:19:280:19:30

-BUZZER

-Alan?

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-Boston.

-From an event which took place in which city?

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Boston is the correct answer.

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Yes Tribe, 5-1, you're in today's final!

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APPLAUSE

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Goodness me! What a team, Yes Tribe. Very well played.

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-No Tribe - they were good, weren't they?

-They were.

-Very good.

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-Kathryn, you've been on every single winning tribe so far?

-Hmm...

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Duncan. Just at the last minute coming up against a very,

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-very strong tribe there.

-Yeah. They were good.

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Very good. Thank you both so much for playing.

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Pleasure getting to know you.

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But for Alan and for Sue,

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it's time to play today's Two Tribes final.

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APPLAUSE

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Alan and Sue - that was ruthless, Sue.

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-Thank you.

-Absolutely ruthless.

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-Very well played, both of you.

-Thank you.

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The one big difference about you, Sue thinks she's good-looking.

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Alan does not.

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We're all agreed Sue's good-looking,

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and the jury is out as to whether Alan is.

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-In my opinion, very handsome man. Sue?

-He is. He is, very handsome.

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-Thank you, Sue.

-Don't say that now, Sue - you're about to face him.

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We've now split you into your very own tribes. It's Alan versus Sue.

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You also have your very own 45-second clock.

0:20:410:20:43

You have to protect that clock.

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The first question only will be on the buzzer.

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If you get it right, your opponent's clock will start ticking down.

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It'll keep ticking down until they get a question right,

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then your clock will start to tick down.

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Your challenge is to force your opponent's clock

0:20:540:20:57

all the way down to zero.

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If you do that, you'll be playing for today's jackpot of £2,000.

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OK - Alan, Sue - let's play today's two Tribes final.

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APPLAUSE

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Just this first question on the buzzer.

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The Rocky Horror Show was created by which actor and writer?

0:21:130:21:15

-BUZZER

-Alan?

0:21:150:21:17

-Richard O'Brien.

-Also known for presenting the Crystal maze,

0:21:170:21:19

Richard O'Brien is correct.

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It means as soon as I start the next question,

0:21:210:21:23

Sue, your clock will start ticking down.

0:21:230:21:25

Sue, named after an Indonesian island,

0:21:250:21:27

the largest know living species of lizard is called a Komodo what?

0:21:270:21:30

-Dragon.

-Correct.

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Alan - in which Olympic sport do competitors hit the ball over a net,

0:21:310:21:35

the height of which measures 15.25cm?

0:21:350:21:37

-Volleyball.

-It's table tennis.

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Alan - which US writer has also published books under

0:21:390:21:41

the pseudonym Richard Bachman?

0:21:410:21:42

-Stephen King.

-Correct. Sue - in education,

0:21:420:21:44

the course abbreviation MFL stands for Modern Foreign what?

0:21:440:21:48

-Languages.

-Correct.

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Alan - what official title was created

0:21:490:21:51

and conferred on Edward VIII following his abdication in 1936?

0:21:510:21:55

-Duke of Windsor.

-Correct.

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Sue - in the film Home Alone 2,

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Kevin McCallister is lost in which city?

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-Chicago.

-It's New York.

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Sue - in a small aircraft, the compartment where the pilot

0:22:020:22:05

operates the controls is usually known by what one-word name?

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-Cockpit.

-Correct. Alan - Jim Morrison,

0:22:080:22:10

the former front man of The Doors, is buried in which city?

0:22:100:22:12

-Paris.

-Correct.

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Sue - traditional balsamic vinegar is made by heating

0:22:130:22:16

and fermenting the juice of which fruit?

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-Olives.

-It's grapes.

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Sue - according to the title of the 2007 film

0:22:190:22:22

starring Will Smith, I Am what?

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-Robot.

-Legend.

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Sue - by what nickname - a reference to his facial hair -

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was the famous pirate Edward Teach better known?

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-Bluebeard.

-Blackbeard.

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Sue - which author wrote the Booker Prize-winning

0:22:320:22:34

historical novel Bring Up The Bodies?

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The answer was Hilary Mantel.

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And with 24 seconds left on the clock, today's winner is Alan!

0:22:390:22:43

APPLAUSE

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Very well played, Alan. Very nicely done.

0:22:480:22:51

-Sue, just ran away from you there?

-It did.

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I just didn't know those questions.

0:22:530:22:55

I thought you had it, it was very, very tight for a while.

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Then just a run of questions, I'm afraid.

0:22:580:23:00

Sue, it's been such a fun show. Thank you so much

0:23:000:23:02

-for playing your part in it.

-Thank you.

0:23:020:23:04

Lovely getting to know you.

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But for Alan, it's time to play for today's jackpot.

0:23:050:23:08

APPLAUSE

0:23:080:23:12

Alan - you're today's winner.

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Congratulations, it's been quite a show.

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You told us at the start you're a freelance writer, but not what in?

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I cover various subjects.

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History, culture - anything that people pay me for, really.

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Anything people pay you for.

0:23:250:23:26

That's good, let's hope that might come in handy in this last round.

0:23:260:23:29

You now have the opportunity to win some money.

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In the last show the jackpot wasn't won,

0:23:310:23:34

so it currently stands at £2,000. Worth having.

0:23:340:23:37

So one question for £2,000,

0:23:370:23:38

let's take a look at the categories you can choose between.

0:23:380:23:42

Would you like hit singles or football?

0:23:420:23:45

I think, given my performance on the sports questions,

0:23:450:23:48

it's going to have to be hit singles.

0:23:480:23:50

Yes, it's not been great on the sports ones, Alan.

0:23:500:23:52

Hit singles it is.

0:23:520:23:54

Let's see what your final question is.

0:23:540:23:56

Those are your two tribes. Here are your four answers.

0:24:040:24:07

Your job is to put all four of those into their correct tribes.

0:24:150:24:19

They can be split anyway you like, 4-0, 3-1, 2-2.

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If you put them all in their correct tribes,

0:24:230:24:25

you're going to walk away with £2,000.

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How does that look to you, Alan?

0:24:280:24:30

I know the Righteous Brothers definitely had a hit with it,

0:24:300:24:33

I think they were the first ones.

0:24:330:24:35

-Shall we put Righteous Brothers into the Yes?

-Yep.

0:24:350:24:37

Move them across. It's better than football, this, isn't it?

0:24:370:24:40

Yes, much better.

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And in the back of my mind,

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I seem to remember Jimmy Young, before he was a DJ, was a singer.

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And I think he did in fact have a hit with Unchained Melody.

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So we'll put him in the Yes as well.

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Don't forget, you can move these around if you need to.

0:24:510:24:55

This is where I get a bit stuck here.

0:24:550:24:58

Neil Diamond, now, my partner's got the Greatest Hits of Neil Diamond.

0:24:580:25:02

And I've heard it,

0:25:020:25:03

and I don't remember him singing Unchained Melody.

0:25:030:25:06

-So he'll go in the No.

-Useful.

0:25:060:25:09

-Neil Diamond goes into the No Tribe. Then Liberace?

-Now, Liberace...

0:25:090:25:13

Very possibly, but I think he's a No. I'll go with a No.

0:25:130:25:18

-Put Liberace in the No tribe.

-Split it down the middle.

0:25:180:25:21

So take one final look at those.

0:25:210:25:23

-Do you want to lock those in?

-I have no more knowledge to give them that.

0:25:240:25:29

-That's it, they have to be locked in.

-Let lock them in.

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OK, do you agree at home?

0:25:340:25:36

Have you got those four answers in the same two tribes?

0:25:360:25:39

If you've got all four of them right, Alan, you're going

0:25:390:25:41

to leave here with £2,000.

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Let's start with your first answer, the Righteous Brothers.

0:25:430:25:46

You put them in the Yes Tribe, were you right to do so?

0:25:460:25:49

"I've had a UK top 40 hit with Unchained Melody."

0:25:490:25:51

The Righteous Brothers, are you in the Yes Tribe?

0:25:510:25:54

-Very well played.

-APPLAUSE

0:25:580:26:00

In 1965 they first had a hit with that.

0:26:000:26:03

And then they had another hit,

0:26:030:26:05

went to number one in 1990 due to being featured in the film Ghost.

0:26:050:26:09

You then went for Jimmy Young.

0:26:090:26:11

You also put him in the Yes Tribe.

0:26:110:26:14

He had a singing career before his DJ career.

0:26:140:26:16

You thought he'd had a hit with Unchained Melody.

0:26:160:26:19

You need to get all four of these right to get £2,000.

0:26:190:26:21

"I've had a UK top 40 hit with Unchained Melody."

0:26:210:26:24

Jimmy Young, are you in the Yes Tribe?

0:26:240:26:27

-1955, Jimmy Young.

-APPLAUSE

0:26:310:26:34

A long time before the Righteous Brothers as well.

0:26:340:26:37

Very, very well done. Two out of four.

0:26:370:26:40

So Neil Diamond was your next answer,

0:26:400:26:42

and you put Neil Diamond into the No Tribe.

0:26:420:26:44

Because your partner has got Neil Diamond's Greatest Hits,

0:26:440:26:46

and it's not on there.

0:26:460:26:48

"I've had a UK top 40 hit with Unchained Melody."

0:26:480:26:51

Neil Diamond, are you on the No Tribe?

0:26:510:26:54

-Well played, Alan.

-APPLAUSE

0:26:580:27:02

-Oh, no.

-It all comes down to the last one.

-It comes down to this.

0:27:020:27:08

You're in the very peculiar position

0:27:080:27:09

of Liberace standing between you and £2,000.

0:27:090:27:12

Now, what tribe have you got a Liberace in at home?

0:27:120:27:16

Yes Tribe? No Tribe?

0:27:160:27:18

Let's find out the truth. Good luck, Alan.

0:27:180:27:21

Thank you.

0:27:210:27:22

"I've had a UK top 40 hit with Unchained Melody."

0:27:220:27:27

Liberace, for £2,000,

0:27:270:27:31

are you in the No Tribe?

0:27:310:27:33

-Aw, Alan!

-AUDIENCE GROANS

0:27:370:27:40

Alan!

0:27:400:27:41

Unbelievably, one of the four artists

0:27:410:27:43

to have a hit with it in 1955, the same year as Jimmy Young.

0:27:430:27:47

Let's take a look at the two tribes, how they should be.

0:27:470:27:49

Just move Liberace across.

0:27:490:27:51

Very well done at home if you got those two tribes.

0:27:510:27:53

So many people had a hit with that song, didn't they?

0:27:530:27:57

Where's Robson and Jerome?

0:27:570:27:58

Yeah, where's Robson and Jerome when you need them, eh?

0:27:580:28:01

Aw, I'm so sorry, Alan.

0:28:010:28:03

I suspect a lot of people would have agreed with your tribes there.

0:28:030:28:06

-Have you enjoyed your time with us?

-Very much, thank you.

0:28:060:28:08

It's been great fun having you here.

0:28:080:28:10

Terrific stuff, Alan, thank you so much for playing.

0:28:100:28:13

I hope you'll join us next time

0:28:130:28:14

where seven brand-new contestants will be playing for £3,000.

0:28:140:28:18

We'll see you then on Two Tribes.

0:28:180:28:20

APPLAUSE

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