19/03/2016 The National Lottery Live


19/03/2016

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.

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Congratulations England on winning the Grand Slam. Brilliant.

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Tonight's two big draws are Thunderball,

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

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

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Jason Merrells as cheeky Matt the receptionist in Casualty

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and Tamzin Outhwaite, feisty Mel in EastEnders.

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Now, they're starring together in the

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West End, and will be here very soon.

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First though, with a top prize of half a million

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

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

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

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

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

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

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this game, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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ascending order: Welcome to Lottery HQ

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Raffle are coming up Tamzin Outhwaite

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and Jason Merrells. Hello guys. I cannot believe that

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you Hello guys. I cannot believe that

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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four. Over ?13 million has been

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won in prizes on Lotto and the Millionaire Raffle

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in the last week. Congratulations to you

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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ascending order: Now, could you be a lucky winner

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

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Millionaire Raffle of ?1 million! Thanks Alan and thank

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

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

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Raffle tonight too. 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 You can catch up on all the results

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

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

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everybody. Thank you guys. David Beckham,

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

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That's all I ask.

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