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Robert Jones was a finalist in Series 35. He was a 21-year old student from Walsall, who was studying for a degree in Media Studies at the University of Sunderland. During Jones' run, he notably beat Martin Hurst, who would return to the show nineteen years later to become the champion of Series 75.
He also appeared on the Channel 4 gameshows, Fifteen-to-One, Number One and Beat the Nation, as well as the BBC series The Weakest Link and Radio 2's PopMaster
|#||Date||Type||Contestant 1||Score||Contestant 2||Presenters||Guest||Lex||Max|
|2018||2/06/1997||P||Jim Fitt||43 – 48||Robert Jones||Richard Whiteley||Carol Vorderman||Geoffrey Durham||Peter Sweasey||72|
|2019||3/06/1997||P||Robert Jones||57 – 37||Ali Carpenter||Richard Whiteley||Carol Vorderman||Tom O'Connor||Rob Scriven||73|
|2020||4/06/1997||P||Robert Jones||55 – 45||David Clements||Richard Whiteley||Carol Vorderman||Tom O'Connor||Rob Scriven||70|
|2021||5/06/1997||P||Robert Jones||58 – 51||Craig McCormick||Richard Whiteley||Carol Vorderman||Tom O'Connor||Rob Scriven||73|
|2022||6/06/1997||P||Robert Jones||57 – 46||Martin Hurst||Richard Whiteley||Carol Vorderman||Tom O'Connor||Rob Scriven||83|
|2023||9/06/1997||P||Robert Jones||49 – 52||Amy Godel||Richard Whiteley||Carol Vorderman||Tom O'Connor||Rob Scriven||71|
|2034||24/06/1997||QF||Robert Jones||12 – 60||Amy Godel||Richard Whiteley||Carol Vorderman||Terry Wogan||Catherine Stokes||74|