21/05/2016 The National Lottery Live


21/05/2016

The National Lottery Live including the Lotto and Thunderball draws, with guest Omid Djalili, hosted by Gaby Roslin.


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Hello and welcome to The National Lottery Live.

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The two big money draws are coming up for you very soon -

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Pushing the Lotto button is an award-winning stand-up

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comedian and writer, who's also been in many

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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 Darren Kelf and the draws

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are being overseen by an independent adjudicator.

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winning tickets on Thunderball this past week.

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Well done to you if you were a winner.

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Here we go. The first one tonight to appear before us is right there:

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Three opportunities to play the game during the

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There is even a prize for matching with just the Thunderball itself,

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remember. So, here are tonight's Thunderball

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numbers again, only this time in ascending order:

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The Lotto draw and Millionaire Raffle are coming up

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Before that, let's meet tonight's guest.

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For his latest TV role, he's joining fellow comedian,

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That's why I'm going to Basra, I'm no-one lackey. I'm my own man, I do

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my own thing. With bullets firing around it's not that bad. Don't tell

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me any more. I will feel like I'm doing something more myself. I'm

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going. Things work out in the end. Everything... When I go to Basra, it

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will work out. Because life, essentially, is positive. Look at

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us, two negatives, get a positive. Is that right? What a delight

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Welcome, What a delight Omid Djalili.

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. You two look like you have been married for years? The show going

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forward, Jo Brand used to be a nurse, I used to be a show fair.

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Neither of us were comedians it would be an alternative world where

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we would be unhappy together. It's a follow on from her first series,

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that was perfect and beautiful. It carries on in the same vain? It

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does. It talks about how everyone is struggling. People who look well,

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everyone is struggling, life is a struggle and how we deal with the

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elderly and infirm and with her character, how careworkers are

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treated. It's very serious, but, as Jo said, she wanted to have a laugh

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doing it. I bet you two did? We do. You have to ad lib? A lot were taken

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out as we looks like two comics having a good time. You are known

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for doing stand-up, you are in the longest tour ever? I am, yes. We did

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about 40 dates. Just 40! We will do another 100 throughout August, I'm

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going to the Edinburgh Festival and nationwide tour from September to

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May. You haven't been to Edinburgh for a while? No, I like Edinburgh.

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They discovered me and I developed my stuff there. You have to keep

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going back and raise your cap to the town that gave you a career. I'm

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embarrassed to say, I was the box office record holder. It was 16,000,

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17,000 tickets sold, over a long time. You filled the place. Talking

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of box office, you have been in so many Hollywood movies, with Oliver

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Reed and Shaun the Sheep? Oscar-nominated Shaun the Sheep. We

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are proud of it. It was a character where the humans had to do dialogue

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interpretation. We do the sounds of what we think the sheep will hear.

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In fact, we had one very tense moment in the booth we want a "um" I

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went "eugh" they went, we want a "um." I said I don't think my

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character would do that. They said take five. I went "um", are you

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happy now. It was a tense situation. It's time to play Lotto. Do I have

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to press it? ! Look out for that moment in next

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year's Bafta's, ladies and gentlemen. Here we go. Let's release

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those big money balls. Remember, there are now even more chances to

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become a millionaire. Here's tonight's Lotto jackpot.

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It's your moment. If they say winning a lot of money through sheer

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luck won't bring you happy, trust me, it will!

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If you could do with a bit of a bonus, here's one for you. There it

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is. Mill Now, could you be a lucky winner

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in tonight's Millionaire Raffle? There are two guaranteed

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millionaires for every draw in the Millionaire

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Raffle during May. Good luck with the tour

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and the TV show. Don't forget to check your

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tickets for the further 20 prizes of ?20,000

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in the Millionaire Next week, West End and Les Mis

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star, Samantha Barks, Have a lovely rest

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of your weekend. # The whole world

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sitting on a ticking bomb... You should leave the monastery

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immediately.

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