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Issue 1452
The Chase, ITV
Bradley Walsh: Which body orbits the Earth at an approximate distance of 250,000 miles?
Contestant:
The Sun.

Walsh: What is the largest body in the solar system?
Contestant:
The galaxy.

Walsh: The world’s largest known land gastropod is known as a Giant... what?
Contestant:
Giraffe.
Walsh:
Snail.


Pointless, BBC1
Alexander Armstrong: Which AF discovered penicillin?
Contestant:
Aretha Franklin.


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