19/11/2016 The National Lottery Live


19/11/2016

The National Lottery Live, including the Lotto and Thunderball draws, presented by Kate Garraway. Special guest Alexander Armstrong pushes the Lotto button.


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Hello and welcome to The National Lottery Live.

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Coming up, the two big-money draws, Thunderball and Lotto,

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which this weekend has a jackpot of ?5.6 million.

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And tonight's guest is not only a comedian and a host of the very

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popular Pointless quiz show but also is a fabulous singer.

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Alexander Armstrong will be here in just a couple of minutes.

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First, though, with a top prize of ?500,000, it's Thunderball.

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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 and set of balls number two were selected at random. More

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than 408,000 winning tickets have been selected. Well done to you if

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you were a winner. So we are off and running, and the

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first to be drawn is 15. 39 balls to pick from in this machine. You just

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choose five of them. That's how it works. Three days to play this game,

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Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Even a prize for matching with just the

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Thunderball itself. Finally from this, our first machine... How about

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number three? There are 14 of those

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inside our second machine and you have to choose just

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one of them. Now, tonight's guest has just

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released his second album, his first having already been

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a number one. # Are you going to Scarborough fair?

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As the sage, rosemary and thyme food # Remember me to one who lives there

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# She once was a true love of mine. Your voice is all gorgeous. Come on!

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You have to do these! It's a beautiful arrangement, that. I'm so

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pleased with that. And the actual album itself is a fantastic range of

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songs, isn't it? Is very eclectic. We felt we had to justify every song

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choice by making it interesting and arresting. We've got some quite

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eccentric choices. Pink Floyd, MacArthur, a couple of oboe pieces.

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I'm playing the oboe. It's a lovely album. I'm so proud of it. When you

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brought the first album out a lot of people were surprised because we

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don't think of you as a singer but you've done that all your life,

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haven't you? Gas, and then you leave university and think, can I do that

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as a career? Anyway, I went for comedy. I thought it was easier to

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smuggle music into comedy rather than comedy into music, so I thought

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I could cover all bases! Yes! Bring it all in later on. Now, Pointless,

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everybody loves a quiz show, don't they? It is on every day. The BBC

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have been brilliant with it. They've let us build it into a show that

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fits around Richard and me. We've got a bit of a clip of the both of

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you, always being cheeky and undermining each other.

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Normally when you chop down trees you have to seize on them for quite

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a long time before you can burn them. You can't just chop down a

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tree and burn it? Then how do those forest fires happen? It's generally

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believes that burn. Of the trees going, a bit hot round here? You

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know a lot about trees! Turns out I do!

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You're quite the woodsman, aren't you? That's the point. We're not

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very slick. We are so rubbish! We've been allowed to make this show into

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something that works around how rubbish we are and that's why it's

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so enjoyable and it works. And it's great trying to get the answers.

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Which I never get! We did quite well when we were on. The final. I'm so

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sorry! You don't even remember! On that note, Alexander, it is time to

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push that bottom! This is very exciting indeed. White! Will do this

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but first! -- wait! We will do this bit first.

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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...

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Thanks to Jordan we are using Merlin and set of balls number seven.

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Here goes. Best of luck to everyone. Those midweek draws are live online

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at 8:30pm. The third ball... The number of digits in each raffle

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number. The digits and the colour. Number 28, with us seven weekends

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back as well. Travis started that for us. The six number to be

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drawn... This for the jackpot. Number 16. If you need a bonus this

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Saturday, how about this? So it looks like this...

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Now, could you be a lucky winner in tonight's Millionaire Raffle?

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Yes, here's the result of tonight's Millionaire Raffle of ?1 million!

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Good luck with the album, and don't forget to check your ticket.

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Full results will be available later via the red button

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or by visiting bbc.co.uk/lottery and following the links.

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