19/03/2016 The National Lottery Live


The National Lottery Live, including the Lotto and Thunderball draws. Hosted by Gaby Roslin with guests Tamzin Outhwaite and Jason Merrells.

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Hello and welcome to The National Lottery Live.


Congratulations England on winning the Grand Slam. Brilliant.


Tonight's two big draws are Thunderball,


and Lotto, which has a rollover jackpot of ?23.4 million.


And this evening's guests had their big breaks in two


Jason Merrells as cheeky Matt the receptionist in Casualty


and Tamzin Outhwaite, feisty Mel in EastEnders.


Now, they're starring together in the


West End, and will be here very soon.


First though, with a top prize of half a million


Our draw master tonight is Julie Hamilton and the draws


are being overseen by an independent adjudicator.


There have been over 489,000 winning tickets on this game in the past


week and over 3. 3 million paid out in prizes. Well done if you were a


winner. Start the draw please. We're off and running.


Good luck to you. Here's the first one, that's 18. Don't forget a total


of 39 balls to pick from in this first machine. All you have to do is


choose the right five. 15 is next. Three opportunities per week to play


this game, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.


Next up, 33. You get a prize for matching the Thunderball itself


remember. Next is 12. Finally from this, our first machine, do you have


on your ticket as part of your selection this weekend, that one


there, 14. Time to draw the Thunderball itself. Julie, press the


button, if you would. Excellent. Here we go. There are 14 in there.


It's number four. Here are tonight's Thunderball numbers, this time in


ascending order: Welcome to Lottery HQ


Raffle are coming up Tamzin Outhwaite


and Jason Merrells. Hello guys. I cannot believe that


you Hello guys. I cannot believe that


television before. Never. No. Or theatre. This is a first time. Yes.


It looks like you should have on television. Might be the last! I


doubt it. We're going to take you back in time, if we may. For you,


obviously, Mel in EastEnders, that's your very first scene of the That's


definitely the first episode. I remember because that's the pound


shop that was my first job. I started working for Ian in the pound


shop and ended up in the Vic. Happy memories? Very happy. Definitely


yes. Jason, we're going back in time. You're hiding behind a


newspaper. But this was in casualty. There we go. There you are. Wow.


Good memories for you as well? Yeah, it was indeed. Baby face. That was


my first scene. I remember that. You really don't look different, the two


of you. You've done Emmerdale, Cutting It, love to see that back.


Yeah, we all would. I would. You'd be good in that. I'd love to be in


that. We're in How the other Half Laughs in the West End. We start


previewing on Wednesday, which is quite scary. We're there until the


25 June. Tell us about the play. It's a farce. It's a comedy. But


it's one of the best. It's a very conaluted plot about two couples and


both their flats are superimposed upon each other on stage. You see


the action of both flats on stage at the same time. It's very


complicated. It's been quite a feat to rehearse. Prop wise, definitely.


Really? There is a dinner party scene which happens in two different


locations, on two consecutive evenings, that happens at the same


time. That must be really hard to rehearse like that. Very. Very! I


don't want to get you too nervous at all. No, we're not. It's hillarious.


We just want everyone to come and see it. It's a lot of fun. You've


worked with Allan many times before. Quite a few times. Nearly 20 years


he gave me my first ever play, which was Absent Friends. I worked with


him again after that. But I thought to myself, after having such a long


time off work, if I'm going to go back to anything, I need to do an


Aikborn again. This was a no brainer. You're coming aren't you?


Of course, I wouldn't miss it for the world. Break a leg. Thank you.


Thank you. Get ready. Just a moment. It's time to play Lotto.


Remember there are even more chances to become a millionaire now.


Tonight's Lotto rollover jackpot is an estimated ?23.4 million.


Thanks Mr Connelly, we're using Guinivere and set of balls number


four. Over ?13 million has been


won in prizes on Lotto and the Millionaire Raffle


in the last week. Congratulations to you


if you were a winner! OK, it's time to push that


button Tamzin and Jason. Brilliant, well done guys. The first


one tonight is right there, number 54, completed millionaire's row


seven Wednesdays ago. Next one please. That is number 27, also made


an appearance four Wednesdays back. The third one, that tonight is


number 34. Did you know to date you as players have raised over 34


billion for the National Lottery projects? Number 21, fourth number


drawn last Saturday night, of course. The fifth one tonight, out


comes number 40. Last time that was drawn the other Wednesday night


actually. The sixth number for the jackpot, if you have all the others,


that is number 31. Finally, let's treat ourselves to a bonus,


tonight's is number 22. Millionaire's row looks like this in


ascending order: Now, could you be a lucky winner


in tonight's Millionaire Raffle? Yes, here is the result of tonight's


Millionaire Raffle of ?1 million! Thanks Alan and thank


you Tamzin and Jason! Don't forget to check your tickets


for the further 20 prizes of ?20,000 in the Millionaire


Raffle tonight too. Full results of all the draws


will be available later via the red button or by visiting


bbc.co.uk/lottery You can catch up on all the results


of this week's draws by watching BBC One on Tuesday, Wednesday and


Friday, straight after 10pm news. See you next Saturday, bye-bye


everybody. Thank you guys. David Beckham,


you have met your match! Can we not kill Kylie?


That's all I ask.


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