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In the 2003 second quarter-final, John Humphrys poses the questions as four contestants brave the daunting black chair to test their specialist knowledge of the life and works of Charles Dickens, the films of Vincente Minnelli, boys' comics and papers from 1940-1960 and the city of Buenos Aires.
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