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Issue 1364
U105 radio, Northern Ireland
Presenter: Where does an arboreal animal live?
Caller: In Arboria.
The Chase, ITV
Bradley Walsh: New Zealand was mapped out in the 1770s by which English explorer?
Contestant: Robinson Crusoe.

Walsh: What did Tony Benn propose to remove from postage stamps?
Contestant: Glue.
Walsh: No, the Queen’s head.

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