Chris Evans hosts a live show including the Lotto draw, Thunderball results and an exclusive first look at where winning Lotto raffle tickets are located in the UK.
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Good evening and welcome to Lottery HQ for The National Lottery Live,
where we have not one, but two lottery draws for you.
The Thunderball draw with a chance to win ?500,000 and the Lotto Draw,
which tonight has an estimated jackpot of ?5 million.
If all that isn't enough for you, Lotto Raffle has 50 prizes of
?20,000 each. Plus, we'll be talking to these
fellas from a group called Surf Action. Evening everyone. How are
you? Ace! They are up for Cornwall. Will they ever get back with all
this wind? To tell us about their inspiring Lottery-funded project.
Let's get things started with tonight's first draw, it's Lotto.
Hello draw master Julie. Who is our favourite on Strictly tonight?
Suzanna. She American Smoothed it out the park. Release the balls,
please. Hello, Alan. Hello, Chris. There
they are, the 49 little beauties. The Surf Action guys in the Red Roof
area wishing us well. We are using begin fear gsh Guinevere. Here we
go. Let's see how we get on tonight: Millionaire's row this Saturday
night looks like this, in ascending order:
Mrfrjts Evans. Thank you. As every line of Lotto now gives
automatic entry into the Lotto Raffle, hang onto your tickets to
see if you're one of the 50 winners of ?20,000.
Each raffle number is made up of a colour followed by eight digits.
Full results will be up later this evening on the Red Button or via
bbc.co.uk/lottery. But to give you an idea of how close
you are to a winning ticket we can see where the majority of those 50
winners are on the Raffle Map. That is the east. The mystic east. That
is the east. What the map can't show you is the raging storm coming in
from New Mexico here. You have the winds blowing in. Good luck out
there every one! And, relax. Now, it's thanks to Lottery players
that over ?35 million each week goes to projects across the UK.
Projects like the one all these guys belong to, Surf Action. Good
evening. The founder is here now. What is it all about? We are
veterans supporting veterans. We use surfing and the beach environment to
get a bit of respite for these guys who are suffering from
post-traumatic distress disorder and guys with physical injuries. We can
change their state of mind, put smiles on their faces and look at
where the root cause of the problem is and send them on their lives. You
are saving lives, saving their sanity. Definitely. That makes for a
great little film. We have a catchup and then go surfing and have fun.
The first time you start stand up on a surf board the sense of
achievement phenomenonal. We can drop into the headquarters a brew
will be waiting. If you are feeling low you can walk out of there and
you are smiling. The only option open to me was to come to Surf
Action or I would have gone off the radar and not been here. That is
where Surf Action picks up the pieces. They have saved my lives and
saved lives of my friends. I can ring any of them, day or night, they
will always pick up the phone. I don't think there are enough words
to describe how grateful I am. Brilliant.
APPLAUSE Lovely film. Tell us about the
extraordinary journey of that mad three day that is got you from
Norfolk to Cornwall? I came back from my second tour of Afghanistan
about this time last year, and I wasn't in the best of places. I
tried to look down various avenues to get help, I couldn't find any in
Norfolk I heard about Rich, I heard about him on the Friday, I moved
down on the Monday. Lock, stock and barrel, been there for six months?
Yes. Tell me about your story. I left the army in 97 and got the
symptoms and I got in contact with Rich, it's like being part of a
family. 16 years what has the last month been like, you are his
partner? He is more confident than he has been before. He is smiling,
he is happy. We have wobbles. It's so much better. I'm getting help
with it too, techniques to work with the whole family. It it is veterans
supporting veterans. It's like a whole family. It works really well.
Wobbles are better than a wipe out! Surf therapy, what is not to like?
You can find out details at bbc.co.uk/lottery. Now, it's the
Thunderball draw. With a chance to win ?500,000 let's
get those Thunderball machines rumbling. Julie, start up the
Thunderball machines if you would, please. Off we go folks. Just for
the record, our draw master is Julie Hamilton, the draws are being
overseen by an independent adjudicator. The balls were selected
at random for us today. The first one tonight, which is it to be?
Here are tonight's Thunderball numbers again, this time in
ascending order: Chris. Thank you so much. One player
has won an estimated ?5 million. Thank you to the guys from Surf
Action. We will be back at 9.0pm next week that takes not as long to
broadcast as it takes Sir Bruce to tell a joke. Good night.