Episode 8 The National Lottery: In It to Win It


Episode 8

Dale Winton hosts the quiz show where contestants compete to be in the right place at the right time in a bid to win a big money jackpot. Including the National Lottery draws.


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And welcome to the National Lottery In It To Win It. You can play along

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with the contestants by pressing the red button. Now here is your

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Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Well, you're in a good mood tonight.

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I'm glad to hear it. Welcome to In It To Win It. So good to see you.

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Here is a thought. Within the hour, your life could change their ever.

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I'm talking about the chance to win a fortune in the lottery draws.

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They are coming up later, but here I have up to �100,000 waiting to be

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won by five players. They are Ben. They look pleased with themselves.

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Right now they are over there, but they need to be sitting over here

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in Winner's Row for the chance to grab the cash. You have all got

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your own colour, so he will play First across to Winner's Row is

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Ryan, a 25-year-old civil servant Hello, Ryan. That is a lucky start.

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Best seat in the house. Who are your support? More my friends

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Martin and look. Hello, guys. How much would you like? �10,000 would

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be great. That is a very modest My labrador has a hip problem and I

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would like to get her a new one. I would also like to take my fiance

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to the Maldives. We do get married on the beach, perhaps? That would

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be lovely. If you win �50,000, what would you do? I would go mad. I am

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25. Go mad, just spend it, shop. You are in pole position at the

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moment. Keep the seat, because as long as you are sitting here you're

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guaranteed what is in the prize fund. However, although every

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question is worth five grand, give me a wrong answer, you go to the

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Red Area. There are two ways out, that there were the right answer,

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or right over there were the wrong Dover. Shall we put some money in?

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For yes please. Here is your first I think I know this. But I don't

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want to be too sure. Something is telling the Edinburgh. Would you

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like me to take Edinburgh as your answer? Yes, please. Is it

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Why isn't your fiance here tonight? She e is in Egypt. Has she gone on

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her own? I chose not took to come on the show. Good choice. You can

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ring her and tell her you have one whatever. Fingers crossed. A good

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start. You can make it 10 grand. Any good? A I am not good on

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I will count out meat straight away. It sounds like it could be a cheese.

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Again, I'm not 100 %. I would go for cheese. You would like me to

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accept that as your answer? please. I will accept that. If it's

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Meat. Temporarily out of Winner's Row. You will be back though. Make

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All of a sudden I have an empty seat. I have four players itching

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In doing very well, the younger guys so far. How you feeling?

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Nothing to worry about. A I brought my beautiful mother and girlfriend.

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The question is, how much would you like to leave with? A I would like

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to take 15,000. I've just finished being a student and I have an

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overdraft and I would like to treat my mum and girlfriend to a holiday.

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I was a drama student, but now I work in a fashion shop. This is all

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very of the moment. You probably You don't have to worry about the

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question now, because you're here because Ryan is wrong. One question,

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the differences this is not Literature is not my strong point.

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Right. I think I may know it. Pride and prejudice comes to mind. Would

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you like me to take that as you answer? Yes, please. If it is right,

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So, five grand. We are not cooking with gas, but we need an extra zero

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at least. Here is your first This is lucky, because I know this.

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It is real Madrid. Would you like Let's make it 15 ran. Ryan, here is

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Again, I really haven't got a clue on this one. That's a shame. The it

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will be a stab in the dark. I'm I accept comedies. I'm hoping it's

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Heres where we naked 20,000. Your I'm thinking it might be a tough

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one. History is not my strongest point. I will discredit 75. I don't

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think he would have lived that long. 1965. That's a shame. Torn between

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the two, and you were right to eliminate 1975. It does mean for

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One of you will be joining me shortly. Not until you have made it

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20 grand. Come on, Ryan, let's do I am usually good on geography. But

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I don't like this. I am going to No logic,. Again, I would go for

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I accept 17. If you are wrong, to a Seven, I'm so sorry. Please, make

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An empty Winner's Row, Anxiang Du in the Red Area. Let's find out who

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BT's Yellow, it is Sally! Come and make some money. Next across the

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Sally, a 44-year-old school's management project from Canterbury.

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You flew across. For I am so excited. The who have you brought

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with you? My one of for husband and my sister Amanda. -- My wonderful

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husband. I want �20,000. I would really love a VW Beetle. When we

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got married, we had that as the wedding car, and I would love one.

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If you won 50 grand, what would you do? A we would travel the world

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freer. That is the right attitude. What do you do? I work with primary

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children in a mental health project. You would like a breakthrough year

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and go touring. Well, let's see if it can happen. -- you would like a

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break for a year. Sorry, boys. will get them out of there and back

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with you after this question. Red Area, this is not more so Bolshoi's,

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one question, and you guys need to agree on the same -- this is not

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Do you have any idea? I am thinking pink Floyd. Now you have said Pink

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Floyd, that sounds like it could be one of them. I don't like them.

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was going to say that room. -- the blue. We will go with Pink Floyd.

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love the way you said you thought it was Pink Floyd, but you don't

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like them. I have accepted Pink Floyd. If it's right, you're back

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OK, I'm not being funny, but there isn't enough money. It's not good

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enough. If the klaxon when now, you would be looking at five grand

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apiece. I want a minimum of triple that. Let's make it 20,000. First

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Gosh. OK, BBC One, Formula One. I don't know a lot about it. I do not

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think it is Sue Barker, because she is the tennis Lady. J comfrey, I

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don't know, but I do know John Inverdale. -- Jake Humphrey. I am

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going to go with Jake Humphrey. that is right, we will reach 20

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OK, shall we make it 25 grand. Well, immediately I thought Badger

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before it came up. But then again, I thought Winston Churchill and got

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that wrong. I will rule out the fox. This time I will go with my gut

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instinct, badger. Shall I accept Great. 25 grand in the prize fund.

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So far tonight you have put in 10 grand. You have earned the right to

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I don't know the answer. He said you didn't like history. No. Ivan

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the terrible sounds like a Nordic name or something. I might have to

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rule that out. I will go for Nicholas the second or Peter the

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Great. I am thinking Nicholas the second. I would like to go with

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that. Would you like me to accept that as your answer?? Yes please.

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you look happy, you don't look so happy. Suddenly you smiled. How are

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you doing? I can't complain, I am here. Who did you bring with you?

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brought my son and my mum's friend. Fine-looking family. Just be

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patient. You never know. How are you? Fine thank you. Who did you

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bring with you? My husband and my daughter. Nice to see you, fingers

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crossed you make it over here. A lot depends on you. You will not

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give up your seat to Reveley! �30,000, 10,000 each. Let's make it

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They don't sound like the Canary Islands. That is Tenerife. America

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Islands I think I Beith or, Mallorca. Because I haven't heard

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of them, I will go for the Azores. Would you like me to accept that as

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The 5th up you look like the kind of girl that has had to many a

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wasted night on I prefer. Be it is looking a bit better now. I would

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Geometry? I am thinking back to maths in school. I know acute is

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less than 90. Definitely. And I know obtuse is more, but I don't

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But then I think the reflex is an angle that is bigger. I will go

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with obtuse and if I get it wrong my brother will kill me! Would you

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like me to accept that as your answer? The yes, please. It is

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worth �5,000. Shaking your head! I'm not sure. I was hopeless at

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OK. 40 grand. Make it 45 grand. You are playing a good game, let's have

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Straight away, I am going to discount 25 because I'm pretty sure

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that is a quarter. OK. I am leaning towards five. Right. But I am not

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sure. OK. I would like you to take five. You would like me to accept

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five? Yes. I have taken that as your answer. If it is right, it is

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Whenever I look over, he starts to smile. They want to be over here.

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It is getting late in the game. I would urge you to tread with

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caution, I wish you luck with your Are you into rap music? I am so not

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I have accepted it. If it is wrong or right, you have got to say that

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whatever! I wish you the best of Oh my word! I love it! Thank you.

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We do have liked that? I would not. I like Dizzee Rascal, but I did not

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know that was his name. 50 grand, it is getting very grown-up now. We

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Well, I watched one of his fights at university and we had the union

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open all night. But none of them stand out to me and the minute. He

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is not small. Super-middleweight sounds right. I think I have heard

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him being called super middleweight champion of the world. I know I

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will look silly if that is wrong, but I will say super middleweight.

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Shall I take that as your answer? Yes. Let's hope it's right. Yes!

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OK, Ryan. If you get this right, we will have 60 grand in the prize

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fund, which means if the klaxon went, you would get a minimum share

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of 20 grand apiece. So far tonight you have put in 20 grand yourself

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already. This would make it a I work with a computer but I don't

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pay much attention to it. I think the remaining keys are you, I, oh,

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I would be saying four, I think. Would you like me to accept that as

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your answer? I will look stupid if it is wrong. Is that your answer?

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If the clanks and went, it would be 20 grand apiece. What can I say to

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you guys at the moment? It has been known at the last minute for

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somebody to come and join us. However, we have the chance to make

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this 65 grand. You can do this, By OK. I love the apprentice. I

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know it is not Deborah Meaden because she is in Dragons' Den. I

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think it is Karren Brady. I am sure she is the lady. Karren Brady. If

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she is right, 65. Yes! You knew This would be 70,000. This is your

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I know it is not 2009. I remember watching Andy Murray and he was the

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only British player in there. I have gone with my gut up until now.

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I will go with... 2005. Would you like me to accept that as your

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answer? Yes, please. Ben says 2005 and I have accepted that. If it is

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2007. You're not quite back where you started. For now, please make

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Lily and Dennis, you know what I'm going to say. One of you will join

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me for sure, but not until you have Any good? No. I mean it. I have

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heard that before! Can you imagine the flag with three legs? Have you

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seen it? I don't think I have. I am thinking Isle of Man because

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man and legs. Man has got legs! Listened, yes, that is true, I

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can't say that is not true. Man does have legs. I will go for the

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middle one. Would you like me to accept that as your answer? Yes,

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please. I hope you are right. If you are right, 70 grand. Yes! Now I

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come to think of it, it is like a leg and a lake and a leg. You don't

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realise they are legs to begin with. OK. I have got two waiting to join

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me. One of them just about to do It is Lily!, and make some money.

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It is Lily's Turner, a 55-year-old healthcare assistant from

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Middlesbrough. -- Lily's turn. are you? Relieved. Yes. Who did you

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bring with you? My husband and my daughter. Lovely to see you, I bet

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they were getting worried, too. Dennis, I don't know what to say.

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How are you doing? I would be all right if you called me up there!

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How much do you want to go home with. 20,000 police. I like the

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sound of that. If the Claxton went now, you would get 23 plus. What is

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the money for? We have had a rough time over the last few years.

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to hear that. I would love to treat my family as a family. The biggest

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exotic holiday we could afford. Just chill out. Let planet now.

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Where are you going? -- let's plan it now. The other side of the world,

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Australia. Somewhere we wouldn't have dreamed we could have gone to.

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We have to make this happen. A Yes. You don't have to do a thing right

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now. You are only here because Ben got a bit lost with the last

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question. I will get him out of the red berry and back in Winners' Row.

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You have put in such a lot tonight, you have put in 20 grand. You

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deserve to be sitting there. One question will determine whether you

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do or not. Are you ready? Ready as I think it is the longest day of

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the year, the summer solstice. I don't know much about it. The month

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that springs to mind is July. I will go with my instinct. I will go

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with July. Would you like me to accept that as your answer? Yes,

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please. I have accepted July. If you are right, straight back to

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Winners' Row. If not, Dennis will It is June. I think you were along

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the right lines because it is the longest day of the year. I am so

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sorry. For now, please make your The klaxon has sounded, meaning

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only one thing. The prize fund is frozen at �70,000. It is not going

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anywhere. There are three of you in Winner's Row. The minimum you can

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go home with tonight is �23,333. The only thing that separates you

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from your cheque is the answer to one more question. However, with a

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very heavy heart, Ben, I have to say good night. We have loved

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meeting you. Dennis, you never got a chance. I am so sorry. What can I

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say to you? Safe journey home, and You are lucky girl. You got in

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under the wire. I know you're a trembling, the you can relax. Take

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it steady. I will be back with your She cannot believe her luck! Along

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with the other two, they will wait a long is couple of minutes of

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their life. Here is where it is your turn to be a winner. Let's

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cross over to the Lottery HQ for 8:16pm, 13th August. We are live

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from lottery HQ, it is OJ Bourke. Welcome to the show. As well as

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that Thunderball, Brendan Kohl is in Glasgow delivering fantastic

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news to a very special project and a good cause being supported by

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proceeds from the National Lottery. Could half a million pounds be

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winging its way to you this weekend Allen, it is over to you. * Top the

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machines please! -- start up the Matt Chamberlain is the draw master.

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We are using Excalibur and set of balls No. 7, selected by Sarah from

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Staines. Last night over 89,000 tickets won a prize in this game.

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Congratulations if you were lucky winner. Time to break out myself

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That is all from us for now. I will be back shortly with Brendan in

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Glasgow and tonight speed at Lotto draw. See you soon. -- tonight's

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Welcome back. More draws will follow later, but first of all, not

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so long ago these three people put �70,000 in the prize fund. That

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means they are looking at a share of at least �23,333. One question

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away from the cash. Lee -- clearly, when I say helped put money in the

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prize fund... I didn't. A bit of a white lie. However, look at the

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prize fund. Your first and last question of the night. If you get

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this one right, up -- the minimum you will take home will be a shade

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over 23 grand. Are you ready? I think I am going to go for the

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middle one. Would you like me to accept that as your answer? Take

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your time. When it first came up, I mean, that is up here. I am going

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to go with Capulet. It is worth to Of 23,333 1,000 that is the minimum

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you will go home with compared to the other players. It is the wrong

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answer, they will be playing for 35,000 each. We don't want that to

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happen. I'm hoping it is that. Please tell me it is the right

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I'm so sorry. A It's OK. Have a lovely evening. Lovely meeting you

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and your family. Have a safe Now, the last question of the night

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is worth �35,000 to you. When you look at that �70,000, you are

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responsible for 20,000 of that, so you have earned the right to be

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here. And he won, looking at taking home a minimum of 35 years -- and

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here you are. Are you ready? I am. The racial question. -- he is your

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It just doesn't not sound like an ankle. Have I got a rotator cuff in

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my shoulder? I don't know. All my hip. OK, I am not thinking it his

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I do not know if my shoulder has a calf or not, but I have a calf on

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my sleeve, and that is part of my OK, I honestly don't know. But I do

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not think it is the hip. I think that is a ball in a joint, so I

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will go for shoulder. OK. Is that the answer you would like me to

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take? That's is the answer I am going with. I accept shoulder. You

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have been a fabulous player. You weren't here first, but you are

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here at the end. You have put 20 Grandin. You are now looking at

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�35,000. So please tell me, for Yes! Thank you so much. Oh, thank

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you! You did it. I loved the way you went through all the joints and

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the rest of it. You have been Now then. When you look at that 70

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grand, you put in more than anyone tonight. You put in �30,000. We

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will add 5,000 to it if you give me the right answer, because your

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share is �35,000, given that Sally has one half of it. Here is the

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deal, if you give me the wrong answer, my see here is going home

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with 70 ground. If you give me the right answer, you are going home

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with 35 each, which is the way it should be. Are you ready for your

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last question? Yes. You are still smiling. You have smiled all the

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way through the show and been brilliant. Ryan, here is your

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Where are you from? Wales. Do they play that sport in Wales? Yes.

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it a good question for you? A I don't know. I'm a football man.

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When it came up, I thought, he's Welsh, he will love it. I know

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Martin Johnson is a forward. So I can count out fly half. And I think

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he played No. 8. Which I know prop is number one or three, so I think

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it is locked. Are you saying you would like me to take the lock

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position as you answer? Yes. accept it. Let me tell you, those

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last three sentences meant nothing to me. I didn't know what you were

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talking about. However, you have given me your answer. Here is the

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thing. If you are right, you know you're going home with 35 grand, if

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you're wrong, Sally goes home with 70. This will be as big a surprise

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to me as you. Please tell me Ryan Yes! Yes! Come on! Well done!

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done. You too can relax. Your work is done. I shall return with a

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What a fabulous night on In It To Win It. But it ain't over yet. You

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could be moments away from winning your own fortune. Which means, once

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again, we can cross to lot of the HQ for the rest of tonight's

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35 grand. A very nice man. Fantastic. Proceeds from that

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lottery helped raise �26 billion over the UK, and we are looking at

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where and how to spend. Last week we had a surprise visit to the

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cares Association in Gateshead, and now Brendan heads to another

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deserving project, this time in Glasgow. I am here in Glasgow to

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visit the Explorers Group. They have applied for lottery grant to

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extend their project to the wider community. These people can have

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physical disabilities, mental health issues, and they just want

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to achieve the things that teenagers their own age would do

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normally. So we hope to empower them to do that. For them, it is

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definitely a social aspect, and it is something guaranteed for them

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every two weeks, that they know they will get to come and have fun

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and it is of little bit of If this group didn't exist, we

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would not have them coming here and meeting their friends. They need to

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get out to lead an independent and active life. Since I have started

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at the group by have become a lot more calm and more pleasant to

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people. And in turn people have been more pleasant to me. It has

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actually made me more confident in myself. We have had a huge call for

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a younger age group. There is a need and demand in the community

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for it. I am outside the neighbourhood centre where the

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session is coming to an end. Time The reason I am here is on behalf

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of the National Lottery, because you guys do such a great job, I am

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here to present you with this It is great news for the group. We

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can now work with the younger age group, which there is a huge need

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and demand for in the area. We've just been awarded over �9,000 from

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the National Lottery, which is amazing. Thank you very much indeed.

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If you would like to find out more about how to apply for lottery

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funding, follow the link. And if you missed this at the carers

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Association in Gateshead, you can watch a delivering the good news

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there. It is now time for the big What is in the jackpot tonight?

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has been estimated at �4.2 million. So sweet indeed. Let's get the

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balls spinning. Release the balls. Thanks to Sarah from Staines we are

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using our offer and set of balls 80. Midweek three very lucky tickets

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matched all the main numbers drawn. Congratulations from all of us if

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you were one of those Wednesday night winners. Matthew, is Arthur

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 43 seconds

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What is the bonus tonight? This weekend's winning numbers in

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Nearly all from us tonight. You can see the result of Tuesday's

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millionaire raffle and EuroMillions draw with a rollover jackpot of an

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estimated �46 million online from 9:30pm that evening. Jenni Falconer

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will be back next Saturday night. And Jennie Bond will be in Cardiff.

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Now back to Dale Winton for the OK. All I have to do now is give

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Sally Ann Rye and each a cheque for �35,000. -- Sally and Ryan. What

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was it you said? Do a new car, 35 grand will sort that out. Thank you

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so much. Now then, this fiancee of yours is on holiday in Egypt

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without you. What is her name? Claire. How will you break the news

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to her? I might wait until she comes home. You can't do that!

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will call her straight away. will say, what happened? I wish I

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was there to hear her shriek. 35,000, you deserve it. Well done,

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congratulations. Well done. So they have both got their cheques and

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another fun night on In It To Win It. I have loved it. Thank you for

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watching and I will see you very soon. Good night. Congratulations

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Dale Winton presents the quiz show where five contestants compete to be in the right place at the right time in a bid to win a big money jackpot. All five could share it or just one of them could take the lot.

The show also features the National Lottery Saturday night draws, presented by OJ Borg, including Thunderball and Lotto draws and Lotto Plus 5 results.


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