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Issue 1375
Two Tribes, BBC2
Richard Osman: Who wrote The Ballad of Reading Gaol after his incarceration there?
Contestant: Gary Glitter.
Osman: Which historic battle in June 1815 marked the end of the Napoleonic wars?
Contestant: The battle of Hastings.
The Chase, ITV
Bradley Walsh: On what day of the week did Robinson Crusoe find his companion?
Contestant: Tuesday.

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