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Issue 1378
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Bradley Walsh: The Nun’s Priest’s Tale is a story by which 14th-century English author?
Contestant: JK Rowling.

Walsh: The title of which Shakespeare play means “everything turns out OK”?
Rugby star: Macbeth.

Fifteen to One, C4
Sandi Toksvig: Born in 1769, what was the name of the first Duke of Wellington?
Contestant: Napoleon Bonaparte.

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