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How do we use cookies?

On this site, cookies are used to gather anonymous visitor data. They are not necessary for the correct functioning of the site, but they do enable us to know which pages are of most interest, where our visitors come from and so on. They do not tell us who you are!

Cookies are also used to record if you have agreed (or not) to our use of cookies on this site so that you are not asked the question every time you visit the site.

On the Videos page, cookies are required by YouTube if you want to watch the videos there.

How to control cookies

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photo of a contestant

photo of a contestant

photo of a contestant

photo of a contestant