27/09/2014 The National Lottery Live


27/09/2014

The National Lottery Live, hosted by Gaby Roslin, including the Lotto and Thunderball draws and with special guest John Partridge pushing the Lotto button.


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Hello and welcome to The National Lottery Live.

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Tonight - could you be a winner like these

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and Denis and Mary Graham who won ?4.5

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million with their tickets on the quadruple Lotto rollover recently.

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Congratulations to them. I wonder what they're going to spend it on?

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But, could it be you tonight on Lotto or Thunderball?

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And our guest tonight started as a ballet dancer and is now a

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More recently though you'll have seen him in Lycra

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John Partridge will be pushing the Lotto button.

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Before that, it's time for your first chance to

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win - with a top prize of half a million pounds, here's Thunderball!

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OK, start up both machines, Matt. Our Draw Master is Matt

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Chamberlain, and we are using Excalibur.

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There have been over 475,000 winning tickets on Thunderball

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this past week and over ?3.2 million paid out in prizes.

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Well done to you if you were a winner!

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You are also the voice of Strictly. Welcome back. Here we go, eyes down.

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The top prize on Thunderball is half ?1 million. Just imagine!

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Now we need to choose the Thunderball itself. Let's do it,

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Matt! The selector will choose one for us.

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Here are the Thunderball numbers in ascending order.

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Thanks Alan, the Lotto draw is coming up

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very soon, and to push the button tonight, my guest was a West End

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star for many years before joining EastEnders as Christian Clarke.

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He can sing, dance, act and now can add gymnastics to his repertoire.

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How come I have known you for so many years and you have never asked

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me to do something like that with you? That was the most nerve

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wracking experience of my life. Hands down. We all wanted you to

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win. Me to! It was my trampoline routine. No, you were great. Welcome

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back here. And EastEnders as Christian. Fantastic. You have left

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all of that behind because you are bringing an album out. I had been

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asked to make an album before but I did not want to make a musical

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theatre album because I do not listen to show tunes, contrary to

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popular belief! This record is a mixture of covers and original

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material. I cover artist like Rufus Wainwright and Dolly Parton but

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there is original material as well. Something for everyone. All the

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stuff which you have written has been based on what is happening in

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your life with your mother who has Alzheimer's. You are her carer. Yes,

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there is a song about how I feel about my mum and her situation. When

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my mum and her situation. When my mum here is missing, it takes me

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back to the time when I was a ten-year-old boy dancing head

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pretending to be Kate Bush. Yes, I did that! Music is powerful and it

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is about holding onto moments. Lovely. Will you sing for us? # your

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beauty is beyond compare with flaming locks of auburn hair, ivory

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skin and eyes of emerald green. Your smile is like a breath of spring,

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your voice is soft as summer rain and I cannot compete with you,

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Jolene. You would think that song was

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written about Matt Chamberlain! I thought you were singing it straight

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to me. Best of luck with the album. It is lovely to have you here. In a

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moment, you will be pushing that button. Now it is time to play

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Lotto. OK, let's release the rollover

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balls. We are using Lancelot and set of balls number eight. More than

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?19.3 million has been won on Lotto and the Lotto Raffle in the last

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week. Congratulations to all of you. Jonnie Peacock more welcome home.

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Please press the button and start the draw. -- John Partridge. Good

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luck! The National Lottery has created

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over 3600 millionaires since its inception.

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There is just time to collect a bonus. Millionaires Row on Saturday

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night looks like this in ascending order.

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A quick reminder to check your tickets also to see if you've

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won one of the 100 prizes of ?20,000 in the Lotto Raffle tonight too.

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You can catch up on all the results of this week's draws

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by watching BBC One on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at 10:35pm,

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And you can see this week's Lotto, Thunderball

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and EuroMillions draws by visiting the website and watching online.

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I look forward to seeing you next Saturday night.

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