30/01/2016 The National Lottery Live


30/01/2016

The National Lottery Live including the Lotto and Thunderball draws, with Gaby Roslin. Actor Matthew Kelly is the special guest pushing the Lotto button.


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Hello and welcome to The National Lottery Live.

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which this evening has an estimated rollover

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And tonight's guest is an Olivier Award winning actor,

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will be here in just a few minutes.

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with a top prize of half a million pounds, it's Thunderball!

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Our draw master tonight is Julie Hamilton and the draws are being

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overseen by an independent adjudicator.

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Excalibur two and set of balls seven was chosen at random by Lee Jones

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from Wales. Well done if you are a winner from last week. We are off

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and running. The first one is about to appear. Don't forget, a total of

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39 balls to pick from. All you have to do is choose five of them. Three

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opportunities per week to play the game. Wednesday, Friday and

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Saturday. There is even a prize for just matching with the Thunderball

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itself. We come to that in a moment. Finally, from our first machine.

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Which is it to be? There it is, right there. Onto the second set.

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Let's not hang about. Drawing just one number. It could make a big

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difference. Here are tonight's Thunderball numbers in ascending

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order. The Lotto draw

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and Millionaire Raffle but let me introduce

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tonight's guest now. He's a multi award-winning

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and highly acclaimed TV and stage actor, but can also

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turn his hand Lovely, lovely man. Truly lovely.

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Thank you. Her Ray. Who is that? That is my son. We play sisters. It

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is all shades of wrong. We are like twins. Thinking of television. It

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takes you back to Game For A Laugh. How did you end up doing it? I was

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doing a sitcom with Peter Davison and Patricia Hodge. I was asked to

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be a celebrity on a game show. I was living in the cellar of one of The

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Liver Birds. She was playing Carol. I went to see her. She I said that I

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had been asked to be a celebrity and that that I didn't think I was one.

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She said, they obviously think you are. Don't be humble and take the

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money. A producer asked me if I would jump out of an aeroplane and I

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said yes. I jumped out of an aeroplane, broke my leg and got

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famous and now I am eight liberty! Lovely potted history. People come

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up to you in the street and say, Matthew, tonight I am going to be.

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Not as often now because people have short memories but I love it. It is

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the only catch phrase that I have that I can't say. I can't say it.

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People say it to me and I am very thrilled to be the Matthew. I miss

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you presenting but the drama you were in Cold Blood, that was

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phenomenal. Brian Wicklow. What an evil man he was. I regret killing

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him off. There was nowhere for him to go so I suggested that they kill

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him. I'm devoted to the theatre. That is my main thing. Let's talk

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about what you are doing. It is Toast. It is not Toast of London, it

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is by the writer of made in Dagenham and all of those things. It is about

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working in a bakery in Hull. I play a character whose death is

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predicted. It happens that night. But it is a very funny play. You do

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not know what is going to happen to this man. It is a window into

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people's life. Richard Been is a wonderful writer. It is in a time

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before health and safety. So many things happen. I will come and see

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it next week. It is time to do Lotto now.

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Julie, let's release those Lotto balls!

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Remember, there are even more chances to become a millionaire now.

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Tonight's Lotto jackpot is an estimated ?20.9 million.

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Thanks to Mr Jones, we are using Guinevere and a set of balls number

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six. Over ?15 million has been

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won in prizes on Lotto and the Millionaire Raffle

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in the last week, including Majorie and Alan Tyrie from Folkstone

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who won the ?1million top prize There has now been a valid claim for

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the jackpot prize of ?33 million. Congratulations to you too

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if you were a winner. The next one, please. That was last

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drawn five Saturdays back. Drawn five Wednesdays ago. We have waited

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a while, 18 Wednesday since we last saw number six. That is a matter of

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five Saturdays back. If you need a bonus, this Saturday night, I will

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give you one of those. It is number 42. Millionaires Row looks like this

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in ascending order. Now, could you be a lucky winner

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in tonight's Millionaire Raffle? Yes, here is the result of tonight's

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Millionaire Raffle Thank you, Matthew,

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and best of luck with the show. Don't forget to check your tickets

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for the further 20 prizes of ?20,000 in the Millionaire

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Raffle tonight too. Full results of all the draws

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will be available later via the red button or by visiting

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bbc.co.uk/lottery Next week, Ronan Keating

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will be performing!

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