12/10/2013 The National Lottery Live


12/10/2013

Chris Evans hosts The National Lottery Live, which includes the 49-1 draw together with the Lotto draw and a first look at where winning Lotto raffle tickets are located in the UK.


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APPLAUSE Good evening and welcome to Lottery

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HQ for the National Lottery live. Last week, there was a £10 million

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Lotto jackpot, 1,000 winners of £20,000 each in the Lotto raffle,

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and seven lucky people won big money in special event 49-1. And we're

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only doing it all again tonight! APPLAUSE

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That was much better. Plus, we're joined by another great National

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Lottery project. These ladies and gents are from the Age UK Bromley

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and Greenwich Men In Sheds group and we'll be finding out all about them

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a little later on. Good evening. Good evening. But first, it's the

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big one. Let's bring on the Lotto jackpot draw! This week, we've a

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special guest button pusher. It's Jasper from Men In Sheds.

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91-year-old Jasper, poised to press the button. It is fantastic. It is

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weak to have a guaranteed £10 the button. It is fantastic. It is

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million jackpot, so let's release the balls. Remember, if you match

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three main numbers, you win £25. So let's release the balls!He's wanted

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to do this for years. Good evening. The good people of Wales wishing as

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this week. Tonight we using Lancelot. The drama studies Matt

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Chamberlain. Are you ready Jasper? I am ready. Can we have a countdown?

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Three, two, one. Good luck, everybody.

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Millionaire's Road this Saturday night click like this. -- looks like

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this. Don't worry, if you're not a winner yet. There are still more

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chances to win on Lotto right now with the raffle. Every line of Lotto

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you play is automatically entered into the Lotto raffle, where every

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draw at least 50 ticket holders will win £20,000 each. However, tonight,

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1,000 ticket holders will win £20,000. All the information you

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need is on your ticket. Every raffle number is made up of a colour and

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eight digits. We don't have time to read all 1,000 winning numbers out,

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so go online now via bbc.co.uk/lottery, to see if you're

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20 grand richer. It is time to crash that website. That happened three

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times last week, but we love all that. However, what we can do now is

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show you where the majority of those winning tickets are in each region.

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That is brilliant. Wade is that? And that is the North West and the Isle

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of Man. I have just been told that there are three winners in your

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hometown of Warrington. 84 were? In Scotland. This map is basically

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screaming at you, great written, get checking. Let's find about the Age

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UK Bromley in Greenwich Men In Sheds project. Maureen Falloon, you the

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directive. Thank you for coming. What is Men In Sheds and why is it

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so important? It is originated from a movement in Australia. It gives

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these guys in opportunity, a sense of purpose after retirement. It lets

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them work on projects together and it is about forming friendships.

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Tony, you're a fully paid-up member. What can the things that you get up

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to? We make all sorts of things, bird boxes, and we go out into the

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community. We have made bridges for a local park and we have made

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chicken sheds. Kerry has made this. What is this? This is for you,

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Chris. We heard you had a couple of cars. Is this icky right? Thank you

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very much. That is very nice of you. -- is this a key rack? What

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difference has the National Lottery funding made to you? We have been

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able to relocate into larger premises. We have been able to start

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another shed in a different borough. We're about to start another one in

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Greenwich. It has been amazing. And if you fancy joining a Men In Sheds

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group, all the details are on the website, bbc.co.uk/lottery. This is

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another great example of the difference you are making every time

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you buy a Lottery ticket. You raise over £35 million every single week

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for a huge range of National Lottery projects across the UK. Right, time

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now for the second and final week of Lotto special event 49-1. Al, over

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to you. Thanks, Chris. Here are 49 people selected at random from Lotto

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players who registered their ticket for a chance to win part of a prize

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pot, either ten, twenty or £50,000 each. They were randomly allocated a

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number from one to 49, in front of an independent adjudicator, with

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each number corresponding to a ball in the Lotto machine. Tonight's

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Lotto draw result will decide which seven players win the money. All 49

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players are poised on the phone right now to find out if they're a

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winner. Winning £10,000 an number 33, number 45, and number 21. Next

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up, winning £20,000 are number five, number 26, and number 12. Finally,

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to the bonus ball, drawn earlier. The person winning 30 -- winning

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£50,000 right now is number 35. Good evening, I do there. Yes, I am. How

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does that feel? You have just won £50,000. I am shaking. You can buy

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does that feel? You have just won some more roses with that. Who is

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around you at the moment? My husband, and that is it. What are

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you going to do next? I do not know. Have a great night. Thank you,

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congratulations. There is still a chance for all Thunderball players

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just before we go. Thanks to the gang from Men In Sheds. OK, shall we

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go over here. Join us next Saturday at 905 p.m. On BBC One. We will do

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it all again. Including this final bid. -- final bit.

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Chris Evans hosts The National Lottery Live, which includes the 49-1 draw together with the Lotto draw and an exclusive first look at where winning Lotto raffle tickets are located in the UK.


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