Issue 1432
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Ben Shephard: Snowdon is a feature of which mountainous National Park?
Contestant: The Andes.

Shephard: What well-known DJ’s name is rhyming slang for something going wrong?
Contestant: Steve Wright.

Shephard: Which Labour leader was defeated by the Conservative Party in the 1987 and 1992 elections?
Contestant: Harold Macmillan.
Shephard: No, it was Neil Kinnock.
Contestant: Never heard of him.

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