09/04/2016 The National Lottery Live


09/04/2016

The National Lottery Live including the Lotto and Thunderball draws, hosted by Gaby Roslin. The button is pushed by Matt Cardle.


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Hello and welcome to The National Lottery Live with

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And tonight, we've got ten chances to become a winner

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on the Millionaire Raffle, so keep your tickets handy

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And pushing the Lotto button for you is

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singer and West End star Matt Cardle.

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So, let's get started with the first live draw -it's

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Our draw master tonight is Julie Hamilton and the draws

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are being overseen by an independent adjudicator.

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Excalibur two and set of balls ones were selected by Lucy Moore from

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Gerard 's cross. We're busy people, things to do,

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places to go, phone calls to make. That's the first one, number 19. 39

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balls to pick from in the first machine, you just choose five of

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them, that's how the game works. Here's another one. Number three.

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Three opportunities per week to play this game. Wednesday, Friday and

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Saturday. 26 is next. Here is another one for you, this time we're

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talking number 30. Finally, from this, our first machine, which is it

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to be? The answer is right there. The steam. Next it is the turn of

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the thunderbolts themselves. -- Thunder balls themselves. Round and

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round they go. Number eight. Here are tonight's Thunderball numbers

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again. In ascending order. Albums. He has the X factor.

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to say that. Use the gorgeous Matt Cardle.

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to say that. Use the gorgeous Matt nervous about going to the West End.

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to say that. Use the gorgeous Matt Terrified. Then you went and won and

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award. It went better than I ever could have expected.

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award. It went better than I ever debut for Memphis. What was it like

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taking part? Incredible, the most amazing cast, crew, the whole

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company was amazing, the Shaftesbury Theatre, everyone from the stage

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door to the stage. Look how beautiful Beverley is. Is it thanks

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door to the stage. Look how to her you were in it?

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door to the stage. Look how call from her manager to say they

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were looking for a new Hughie. I fell in love with everything about

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it, then that's what happened. More shows, do you think?

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thing comes along, definitely more. Your fans will be pleased. They are

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even happier about the tour you have announced. For my fourth album, the

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warm up tour to my fourth album. The best thing about it is I get to do

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it in the middle of writing an album. What do you mean warm up?

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Normally you release an album that to it. You learn about the songs,

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the way you can sing them, on tour. I get to do it now and finished the

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album after. It's all about the venue for this tour, we've

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hand-picked the most stunning venues we could find. You say it's

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intimate, how intimate does it get? Be careful, it's after 9pm... Little

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bit of acoustics, little bit of full bands. The whole range of stuff. We

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will play old stuff and brand-new stuff as well. Lots of fans want the

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old stuff. They'll get a bit of both. Even the stuff you did on X

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Factor. Even a bit of that, yeah. You've written the new album, partly

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written, yourself. Yes, I've co-written all the albums so far,

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it's all from personal experience. This time round it has been a

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different team of writers and producers, different sound, it'll

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surprise people, hopefully, in a good way. It's a lot more electronic

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than previously, it has been more indie before. Try something a bit

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fresh. It's such good news. I'm coming if it's all right. London to

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Scotland. All the details are on the website. Thank you very much indeed.

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Let's lay Lotto. -- play Lotto. OK, let's released those big-money

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balls. An estimated 4.2 million. We are using are for and set of balls

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number three. Over ?49 million has been

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won in prizes on Lotto and the Millionaire Raffle

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in the last week - wow! And well done to Simms Cross

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Syndicate from Widnes who won one million pounds

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on the Millionaire Raffle! And the ticket holder who scooped

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Wednesday night's jackpot of over 35 million. The largest win for a

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single ticket holder ever. 35mm. That's huge! Good luck, mum. That

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has guaranteed your Sunday lunch. We do know The National Lottery creates

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on average more than 20 millionaires every month? 51, also joined us a

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couple of weekends ago. The two be drawn this Saturday night, number

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47, paraded itself before us last weekend as well as it happens.

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Here's the next one. Number 34, to date you as players have raised over

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34 billion for The National Lottery projects. Number 25 drawn seven

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Wednesdays ago as well. If you need one, a bonus. Tonight's is number

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18. Millionaires Row looks like this in ascending order...

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Take a deep breath. Could you be a lucky win in tonight's Millionaire

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Raffle? Ten prizes of ?1 million each for

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the millionaires raffle. Well done, Alan, thank you for that.

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Thanks Alan and thanks Matt. Well done, Alan, thank you for that.

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Best of luck with the tour. Full results of all the draws

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will be available later via the red button or by visiting

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bbc.co.uk/lottery Next week we have Tom Kerridge from

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Bake Off: creme de la creme.

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