Chris Evans hosts a live show including the Lotto and Thunderball draws, and an exclusive first look at where winning Lotto raffle tickets are located in the UK.
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Hello and welcome to the National Lottery Live where Christmas has
arrived. Tonight, we're talking to these lovely people from Adrenaline
Alley. They've used National Lottery funding to ensure that disabled
people have access to one of the country's biggest and best urban
sports parks. Plus, tonight, we have a Lotto rollover, with an estimated
jackpot of 5. .5 million, plus there are 100 winners of ?20,000 in Lotto
raffle. But before that, someone could be winning ?500,000 with
Thunderball. Good evening draw master Matt, how
are you? Very well, yourself? Fine. In rehearsal, you said you were
tired and hungover. Any way! Release the balls please.
Are you feeling festive, Alan? I am, he did say that, you're right. He's
in a good mood and that's what Christmas is all about. Both of
tonight's draws are being overseen by an independent adjudicator. Let's
do it. It's that time again. Let's start the draw, if we may.
First to appear tonight, there it is, number 19. Don't forget a total
of 39 balls to pick from in the first machine. You choose five of
them. That is 12. Three opportunities per week to play
the game itself - Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Next up is
24. How are you doing so far? Well, I hope. Need a couple more from our
first machine. That's number 2. And then finally, how about, do you have
this on your ticket? 13. Marvellous. Matt, let's draw the Thunderball
itself now. There are 14 in there, round and round they go and up pops
number 11. So, here are tonight's Thunderball
numbers in ascending order: Thank you, gentlemen. This year
alone 5,000 sports clubs have been improved thanks to ?635 million
worth of lottery funding. One of the groups seeing the benefits is
Adrenaline Alley. We open to the public -- opened to the public in
July, 2006. We have grown from strength to strength. We have had
over 450,000 visits since August 2006. We've been able to do
encompass and integrate lots of people of different capabilities,
different ages. That's through the big lottery people's millions. That
was the first step in understanding how we could adapt the facilities to
incorporate the disability users. Every week we have a group come in,
full of disability children. In this area here, this is built for
disabled users. We get one on one tuition going. We have a bit of a
laugh. We all interact the same way, no matter how we are, or what shaped
body. I love racing in front of everyone. It makes me so happy. I
love it. Yes, all the students love to come along to Adrenaline Alley.
Without Adrenaline Alley my life would be completely different. I
wouldn't have anything that I have now. I can't thank it enough,
really. Just another brilliant project. We have Mandy and her
husband Paul as part of that as well, her daughter Jody and son,
John. Take us through how it came about in the first place. John was
diagnosed with a brain tumour at a very young age. When he came out of
hospital at the age of 13, he was the victim of an attack and we
decided then to try and create a safe place for young people to
partake in urban sports. Was very much down to John, who sadly is no
longer with us, that he was thinking the disabled access was a big deal
for him, wasn't it? Yeah, through his illness, he experienced what it
was like to be in a wheelchair. It was his vision to make sure that
anybody with a disability could actually take part at Adrenaline
Alley and be part of everyday life there Harry, this is your big
moment. What's your favourite bit of this magical place? Hello, Chris, my
favourite bit is the ramp, including the big one, calling the Wave. It's
scary when I first go on it. But I really enjoy it. Back to you, Chris.
Thank you very much. Brilliant. Harry's teacher is here. What other
benefits is there? Adrenaline Alley is an exciting place for the
students to go. They have a fantastic time. They develop
self-confidence, their independent skills and have great team work as
well. Great. Well done everyone. Thank you so much. To find out more
about Adrenaline Alley, visit the website, bbc.co.uk/lottery. Now a
Lotto people, having a Lotto fun to the Lotto itself. ?
Draw master Matt, the return, let's get the Lotto balls out and about,
please. There's a threat. The news on the street is that all is set
fair for tonight's draw. Earlier we asked Jamie to select the draw
equipment, we're using Guinivere and set of balls one. The phrase of the
night is "Back to you, Chris." Thank you very much. Two winning tickets
shared last Saturday's jackpot, each taking 1. .7 million. Rollover
tonight, could your Christmas budget get boosted? Good luck everyone.
Back to you, Matt. Here we go. The first one tonight,
which is it? 24, drawn nine Wednesdays ago as well. Next, 41,
joined us four Saturdays ago. And the third one, please. 13. Lucky for
somebody tonight. A mere five Saturdays back that was the bonus.
The fourth one, please - number 21, completed millionaires row the other
Wednesday night. And that's number 35. Due know National Lottery
players raise over 35 million for good causes each week. That is
number 29, good news if it's yours. Now we need a bonus. There it is, 8.
So millionaires row this Saturday night looks like this, in ascending
order: Mr Dedicoat, thank you so much.
Remember, every line of Lotto gives the Lotto raffle which has 100
prizes, which is 20 prizes. Let's have a look. Look at this, well done
Scotland, 12, North West 15, south-west coming in, 15. That's 42
all in all. That's a minimum there and the rest of the country share
what's left. By the way, the latest Lotto winner to take publicity are
the Eccles family from Pontefract. Also the Youngers from Chester Le
Street, both winning tickets used family birthdays to win just over 1.
.5 million in the December 4th draw. Very merry Christmas to them. A big
thank you to everyone at Adrenaline Alley! Well done, guys. The results
from Lotto raffle will be available via the red button or on
bbc.co.uk/lottery. Not a happy Christmas, how about a Harry
Christmas. Harry Christmas.