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Issue 1390
The Chase, ITV
Bradley Walsh: Who was famously imprisoned in cell C33 in Reading Gaol?
Contestant: Nelson Mandela.
Eggheads, BBC2
Jeremy Vine: In which city is the Ulster museum based?
Contestant: It sounds European. I’m going to go with Brussels.
Pointless, BBC1
Alexander Armstrong: We’re looking for a former ship’s steward who went on to become deputy prime minister.
Contestant: Nick Clegg.

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