The National Lottery Live including the Lotto and Thunderball draws, with Gaby Roslin.
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Hello and welcome to The National Lottery Live. Two draws coming up,
Thunderball and Lotto, which tonight is an estimated jackpot of ?14.1
million. Tonight's Guest is a pop legend, who is about play one of the
most infamous baddies of musical theatre, Martin Kemp. Let's get
started with Thunderball. Start up both machines, please! Our
draw master tonight is Julie Hamilton. The draws are overseen by
an independent adjudicator. Excalibur three and set of balls six
was selected by Christopher Martin from Yorkshire. More than ?2.5
million has been won in prizes this week. Well done if you were a
winner. Start the draw, please. No messing around tonight. We mean
business. The first one is number five. 39 balls to pick from in the
first machine. You just choose five. The next one is number 21. Three
opportunities per week to play the game, Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday. There is even a prize for matching just be Thunderball itself.
Finally, from our first machine, do you have on your ticket number four?
Next, we turn to the Thunderballs, 14 of those in the second machine.
Julie, you know what to do. We are drawing just one number, but it
could make a huge difference to what you win.
Thank you. The Lotto draw is coming up in a minute but first let's meet
tonight's Guest. He has played a lot of bad guys but we all still love
him for being one of British pop's best ever bands.
You don't look that much different, Martin Kemp. Spandau Ballet,
everyone loves them. It was amazing. We came back. We just finished the
tour. We went twice round the world over the last two years. So many
sold out arenas. It was a thrill to see people still that interested.
Were you surprised? Surely not. Not so much, because the songs mean so
much to people, Through The Barricades, Gold. They Are The
soundtracks to people's lives. You are going on tour with An Audience
With. Spandau Ballet was a big vehicle, 200 people on the road. I
thought I would like to make it really small and do a kind of
Internet question and answer them. We are going to take it out in May.
-- intimate. The other thing people know you for is Eastenders, you were
Steve. Happy memories? Great memories. I had the best three years
of my life. Working time, yeah. I would love to go back on Albert
Square, just to see Phil Mitchell's face when I walk on. Other people
have come back from the grave. I think that is a question for the
producers. If they called you, would you say yes? I would think about it.
You are going into Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. I have a weirdly diverse
CV of directing and acting and being in a band. The one thing which is
not on there is musical theatre. I thought I'd like to give it a go.
I'm doing Chitty Chitty Bang Bang for three months are going out there
as the Child Catcher. Have you been practising going, children? I'm in
rehearsals so I can't do it yet! It is a wonderful role but you don't
look scary enough. You have been involved in Lottery funded projects
as well. I was recently at the RAF museum in Hendon and what a great
day out. If you get the chance to go down, it is wonderful, boys own
stuff. You can find out more about what Martin did about visiting our
website. Here comes Lotto. Let's release those rollover balls
and remember, these days there are even more chances for you to become
a millionaire. Here is the jackpot. It's an estimated ?14.1 million. We
are using Guinevere and set of balls number five. More than ?19 million
of prizes has been won on Lotto and the Millionaire Raffle this week and
we are still awaiting a valid claim for the outstanding jackpot prize
fund January the night. Check your tickets if you live in the city of
Worcester. In that bumper week, you helped to raise a jaw-dropping ?69
million for National Lottery projects. It is true, this is your
moment. I had to get it in! First time with the button. I want to wish
everybody the best of luck. The first one tonight, which will it be?
Out pops number nine, last drawn eight Wednesdays ago. Number 54,
completed Millionaires Row on last eight Wednesdays ago. Number 54,
Wednesday. Number 41, also drawn five Wednesdays ago. Number eight,
the number of digits in each raffle number. Don't forget to check your
ticket. Number 11, part of winning line-up from seven Saturdays ago. If
you need a bonus this Saturday night, here's one. Millionaires Row
this Saturday night looks like this. Thank you. Could you be a lucky
winner in tonight's Millionaire Raffle? Back to Alan. Tonight's
Millionaire Raffle, the ?1 million winning number is gold:
It is true! Thank you, Martin. Best of luck with your tour. Don't forget
to check your tickets for the further 20 prizes of ?20,000 in the
Millionaire Raffle tonight. Full results will be available later on
the red button or the website. Next week, joining us here is actor
Matthew Kelly. He is a divine man. Have a lovely rest of your weekend
and a good week. I will see you next Saturday. Goodbye!