Issue 1430
Tipping Point, ITV
Ben Shephard: Of which African country is Kampala the capital?
Contestant: Nepal.

Pointless, BBC1
Alexander Armstrong: Name a country south of the UK on the same longitude.
Contestant: Paraguay.

For What It’s Worth, BBC1
Fern Britton: Sri Lanka is located off the south-east coast of which Asian country?
Contestant: Africa.

The National Lottery: Five Star Reunion, BBC1
Nick Knowles: Jeremy Corbyn is the leader of which political party?
Contestant: Conservatives.

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Syrian Child Refugees ‘Not Angelic or Dead Enough’… The Adventures of Mr Greedy (Formerly Sir Greedy)… Vote to Detoxify Ukip Turns Toxic… Is the Guardian Dead, by Zoe Willthisdo… Michael Gover on Why Brexshit Happens… Did Christopher Marlowe Co-Write Dad’s Army? Pensioners Robbed of Chance to Be Ripped Off Again… Government Launches New Inquiry into Old Inquiry… Vivienne Westwood’s Diary, as told to Craig Brown

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- Airport expansion: Brexit casts a cloud over Heathrow.
- Out for a duck? The cricket chief on a sticky wicket.
- PLUS: High noon for press regulation; Tory MPs & the Saudis; cartoons galore!

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