Episode 10 The National Lottery: Secret Fortune


Episode 10

High-tension quiz show hosted by Nick Knowles. Playing for a Secret Fortune this time are brothers Chris and Ash - but will they win enough for Ash to get his dream stag do?


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Welcome to the National Lottery Secret Fortune with the host Nick

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Thank you very much. Hello and welcome to Secret Fortune. Once

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again we have two players facing 24 envelopes. What they are looking

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for is the one containing their Secret Fortune. Anything from �100

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up to �100,000. It's here and waiting to be won by tonight's

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contestants. Chris and Ash from Dudley. Chris, Ash, let's work out

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the relationship. I'm the older brother. Older. Three years older,

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six inches shorter. Are you single going out with my girlfriend for

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seven years now, and we haven't got engaged. The pressure is on. Why do

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you think you're not ready? What is going on? At the moment we are in a

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situation we would rather get ourselves financially stable,

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chosen your best man? I knew you might bring it up, if we win a lot

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of money, you might be in the running Chris. Might be you Nick!

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hope you enjoy yourself and have fun. You know by being here you'll

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leave with some money. You don't know how much. Your fortune is an

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envelope, each envelope contains money between �100 and �100,000.

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Look at the money, pretty and lots of it. �100 would give Ash to take

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me and my dad out and buy the rounds for once. �10,000 what do

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you do with that? For me, that's stag do, fantastic, and a honeymoon.

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So I keep her happy and the lads happy. Everyone is happy. That will

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be the start of a very good deposit, get us on the Property Ladder and a

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house, a start for a future together. Enough for an engagement

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ring! Yep! Let's dream about the �100,000... That would get us on

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the housing market. Something we can't do at the moment. Our parents

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have had to put us -- up with us, it would be nice to reward them.

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would take a couple of grand each, and then I would like to start up

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my own gym, and do all the things we wanted to do. Each of the

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envelopes contain one of the those amounts. Let's seal these away.

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Most digital viewers can play at home, press your red button now.

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Choose four envelopes. 12 and 4. and 6. Inside each envelope is one

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of the cash amounts. You have to keep the envelope containing the

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I don't know what is in the four envelopes you have chosen. The

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computer does. It's allocating the envelope with the most money, to

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the couple with the largest age gap. Do you understand? I know Warren

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Beaty. I don't know his wife. Michael and Catherine. A big gap.

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want to take Warren and Annette out. What you want to be doing is

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clearing away amounts on this side of the board and keep amounts on

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that side. Your Secret Fortune will not be �8,000. I'm sure there's not

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much of an age gap between them. If you picked very big amounts in

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the envelopes you might be right. I'm sticking with Michael. We will

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get rid of Rod and Penny. Your Secret Fortune tonight will not

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be... Never mind hey? Sugar. I have to take that �100,000 and throw it

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in the bin. It's tough having thrown that away you're left with

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envelope number six. Normally I would ask the computer what was the

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You don't know what is in the envelope. That could be your Secret

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Fortune tonight. Let's order up four more envelopes and get the

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next question. I want to go... Which Computer please allocate the

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Rupert Bear appeared in comic books. We'll get rid of Rupert first.

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Secret Fortune will not be... It's a lot of money again. I want to

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process this in a different way. Eyore was a secondary character,

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although Winnie the Poo may have been early, maybe he moved in

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later? I reckon Eeyore should be the next money -- one. Your Secret

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Fortune tonight will not be... APPLAUSE.

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I still think that Aslan was the first to appear in print. CS Lewis

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with are old books. I can't remember who wrote Wind in the

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Willows, but I don't think it's as ol. Your Secret Fortune will not

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be... �22,000. Envelope 13 goes in the bin leaving you with envelope

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24. We'll ask the computer which was the first to appear in print.

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Envelope 24 could be your Secret Fortune tonight. Shall we pick up

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four more numbers. I want to go 11, I know it's a really big country...

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Population... Is quite, quite small. I think Australia should be the

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first one out. We would like this round to kick off a bit more

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positively and lose something from this side of the board. More like

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it! It was ugly when the �100,000 went in, but listen to this, �100.

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I would never put Italy above Another big amount gone from the

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side. Still might be right. I've still got a feeling. I still think

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Argentina. We will get rid of Safia. - South Africa. People are not sure

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whether to be pleased for you or not. Not �75,000. I feel slightly

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beaten up with what is going on here. You're left with envelope one.

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If you are right, what was the most you chucked away. Which of these

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has the largest population. It was Italy. Here race the correct order.

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It's difficult to know what is in the envelope. Envelope one could be

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your Secret Fortune tonight. Let's Do you watch the show. Used to

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quite a lot. I've probably watched it twice since I've been on. None

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of them really, I can't tell you one who are in. I don't know who

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Giles is. On the base we don't know who it is, him first? The energy

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seems to have got out of you. Fingers crossed this round, this

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one can change. Your Secret Fortune will not be... �9,000. Well done.

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Boris Johnson, there's a lot of stuff there about politics. Ann

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Widdecombe she's a retired politician. More time on her hands.

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Boris Johnson isn't. They'll get him on there because he will have

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people laugh. You want to get rid of? Boris Johnson. Your Secret

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Fortune will not be... �12,000. in! I'm trying to ask miss where

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this lot are hiding. Probably here! I've got the gut feeling that

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Jeremy clack son would have been presenting a bit. You could see him

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presenting the show. Do you want to take Ann Widdecombe out on that

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basis. We'll take Ann Widdecombe out. Your Secret Fortune tonight

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will not be... �5,000. That's actually been a stronger round.

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Envelope 16 you are left with. Was Jeremy clack son the top answer?

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Come on �75,000. That's what we want! Envelope 16 could be your

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Secret Fortune. Please pick me four St Patrick is March and St George

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is April. St Andrew and St David koitsdfrpblgts... St George is

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April. Get rid of St George. How do you know those two so well.

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granddad is Irish. You tend to know that day. Your Secret Fortune

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tonight will not be... �3,000. in! Come on! St David I have not

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got a clue. St Patrick we know is in March. St Andrew? Get rid of St

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Andrew... Your Secret Fortune will not be... �2000. When you got the

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envelope out all of a sudden I thought St Andrew's January, but

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obviously not. But is St Andrew's in January. I did work earlier on

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in the year, around the wreck ham area, that was January, February I

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don't remember people making a song and a dance about it. Do you think

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we should stick with St Patrick? Yes. Your Secret Fortune tonight

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will not be... �40,000. It just keeps bitesing you, doesn't it.

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Leaving you with envelope 17. St Patrick still possible you could be

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right. Is it St Patrick. That Envelope 17 could be your Secret

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Fortune tonight. There are only four numbers left. This incluetdz

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any co written novels. -- includes My gut feeling is Stephen King has

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written a hell of a lot of books. see a lot of Tom Clancy books.

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Probably take James Patterson out first. We'll go with that to come

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out first. Your Secret Fortune will not be... �25,000. I would take Tom

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cap c o Clancy out next. On my head be it. You won't hold it against

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him, would you? Would I? Would you? Course I would not. In this is a

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low amount, he gets to be best man. You sneaky beggar. �if -- if

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�75,000 is still there at the end of the round he can be best man.

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can't believe he has to audition for it. It's coming from the wrong

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side. Another from the right hand side. I would take John Grisham.

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What sort of novels. Like crime. I don't think he has written that

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many. He has written a lot of novels, Stephen King. And another

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things. If I open this envelope and don't say �75,000 he's your best

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man! You better have a cracking speech lined up. Your Secret

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Fortune will not be... �500! Yes! You had such a rough ride. He made

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me -- him the best man. I'm gutted. Joking. Can I draw your attention

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that the minimum you can go home with is �1,000. Was it Stephen

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King? We got hid of him first! Envelope number eight could be your

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Secret Fortune tonight. This is where we are. You started with 24

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envelopes, and you have six containing... Somewhere in front of

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you is a cheque for �75,000 with your name on it. Still there. So

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one of those amounts will be your Secret Fortune tonight. Are you

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feeling confident. Definitely. you confident and looking forward

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to what is coming up! I hope so. Time to cross to Lottery HQ. Get

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your tickets ready. The Thunderball draw... Live with OJ Borg. That

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�75,000 is still there. Come on boys, you can still do it. You tell

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them! Ready to create National Lottery history, with the first

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quadruple roll-over draw. All the six main numbers, the jackpot will

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roll to the next until there are winning tickets. We have special

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guests to push the button. Stay tuned to find out who. We'll show

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case the finalists for the National Lottery awards, the search to find

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the National Lottery funded projects and recognise the impact

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the lottery makes on the communities. There are from arts,

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education, environment, health, voluntary, and charity and sport.

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Here's the first film. England backs netball projects involves so

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backs netball projects involves so many women and it's trying to get

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every woman back into netball. met so many people from different

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walks of life. A fantastic group of friends. An important part of my

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life. Without the lottery the sessions would not be happening.

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started to play netball in June, lost a lot of weight. And in

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November discovered a lump in my blaeft, turned out to be breast

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cancer. The consultant said I was so lucky to have started the sport

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and lost the weight. I would never have felt the lump so soon. I feel

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blessed to be part of the project and give back and get so many women

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involved. Doing sport gives you so much energy and afterwards you feel

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fantastic. It has saved my life. We'll be showing the other two

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finalists in the sport cat -- finalists in the sport cat --

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Matt Chamberlain is tonight's Draw Master. Last night there are 86,000

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winning tickets. Eyes down, and look in, which are the first to

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Three opportunities a week to play the game, Wednesday, Fridays, and

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 40 seconds

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Are you on course to win �500,000? That's us done for the moment. Back

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with momentous quadruple roll over and special guests to get that

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started. You do not want to miss it. Welcome back to Secret Fortune.

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Chris and Ash have six envelopes in front of them, containing �1,000,

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�4,000, �7,000, �10,000, �16,000 and �75,000.

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APPLAUSE. Any ideas where the top money is.

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We think 16 might have it. We'll cover over the numbers and give

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them a shuffle. Know you'll have no idea which envelope is attached to

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which answer. Over the nix moments you'll throw away five envelopes

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until you're left with the one nal be your Secret Fortune. Six cities

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and six amounts. The computer has allocated the lowest amount of

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money to the city that is cheapest to live in. That's the answer

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you're looking for. Give me the city that's cheapest. London is

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expensive. We know that. He know that's ex37ive. Zurich seems like a

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place with the rich and famous. Sydney I'm not so sure about Sydney.

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I've known people live in Sydney who are not particularly wealthy. I

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would have thought Tokyo and Sydney is cheaper than the rest. There's

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something nagging about Sydney. Which envelope do you think the big

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money is in. Which envelope is attached to the answer Tokyo?

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I'm afraid you have to pass me envelope 16. I have to read out the

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value inside. And put it in the bin. Your Secret Fortune tonight will

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Thank goodness you were wrong about that! Sydney would have the -- been

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the better answer. We know that earth is bigger than Mars. I think

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we should get rid of Mars because it's smaller than earth. It's

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definitely not �75,000. The others we could make a big mistake. Shall

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we take Mars out on that basis. Computer which envelope number is

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attached to the answer Mars. Pass me envelope 8. Your Secret Fortune

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tonight will not be... �1,000. on lad! Get it! Just to point out

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quickly you're going home with a minimum of �4,000. Brilliant.

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Looking at it, iz yard ran something like 54 marathons in 54

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days, he had to take ice battle. is top? Not sure, because Skelton's

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polar challenge could have covered a lot of ground. Swimming down the

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Thames could not be like running many marathons. We'll say Walliams

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big swim. Your Secret Fortune tonight will not be... �4,000.

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APPLAUSE. Lets look at the correct order.

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�7,000 you have almost cleared out the left hand side. Still up there

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is the �75,000. Three envelopes, and two questions between you and

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�75,000. We're looking at it, and we're thinking we're in serious

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trouble here, and we have just... You have done it and you worked

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together. Which is the key. It's been a much more positive vibe.

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Temple of Doom I'm fritt sure came first. I think that would have made

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less money. The franchise would have picked up last Crusade.

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Raiders of the Lost Ark made a lot of money. I think either of the

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other two. If you think Temple of Doom? I'm happy with that. You're

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saying Temple of Doom. Computer which envelope number is attached

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to the answer Temple of Doom. Your Secret Fortune will not be...

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Announced until we have gone to Lottery HQ, people are waiting to

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find out whether they have done well too, we're going to the Lotto

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draw. Very cheeky. Is answering temple of doom going to put them in

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a world of gloom. Sorry I did not write that joke! And the last of

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Wellbeing is an organisation that enables people to come along and

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discover cycling in a safe, protected way. We offer a emphatic

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and a simple way of giving people with impairments a bit of mobility

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and freedom in their life. Well- being is what we're about. We

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experience how much of a improvement in people's mental and

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physical health is brought on my cycling. I've been coming about six

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months. It's incredible. Before I thought I would could not do sports.

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Now it has given me a new lease I can physically do something. I can

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do the exercise. As you can see, we have changed the lifestyle of a lot

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of other people with the money raised from the lottery. Fantastic

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project. Could be winning the award. We have more. Time for the final

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film. Longridge is an activity centre for young people. We provide

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a range of water and land activities for people of age -- all

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ables -- ages and abilities. can do different things. The leap

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of faith, and the big swing. They have got rock climbing. Such a

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different range of activities. get healthier and it makes me

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strong. I can do all sorts of stuff. It's the noise and colour of the

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different types of people using the centre. No typical person. We have

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people of every age and culture, coming together to enjoy an

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experience. We have got a beautiful setting that everyone should be

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allowed to enjoy. With help from the National Lottery we have

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invested in improving facilities and, making everything fully

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inclusive. We're seeing 90,000 visitors a year. You have seen all

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three finalists, if you want to find out more about them, and

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follow the links, next week we'll show case the finalists from the

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Arts category. Now brace yourself for the quadruple roll-over draw.

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Tonight's jackpot is estimated at... An amazing amount of money. Time

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for the special guests. Two people who know what it's like to win the

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lottery, Sue Brusby, and Sue Harris part of a syndicate that won...

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There was 11 of us in it. And 13 lines, and it was shared between us

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all and it was superb. Everyone got the same amount. Some people had

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two numbers. Do you still speak to them? We go out once a month for a

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meal. Have you told them you're here tonight. We found out too late.

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We only find out last night. did you find out you had won?

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in the can van for the weekend, and went home, and I checked them. I

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said to my huss, -- husband, please check them, and he spent the night

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checking it. On the Teletext. went to bed. Had you spent the

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money had you woke up in the Even though no tickets hit the

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jackpot on Wednesday, there were big winners. Start this, the

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 40 seconds

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Tonight's numbers: The bonus tonight. Thanks to the

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Sue's for starting the historic draw. Jenni Falconer here for

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Welcome back. I hope you were lucky. Before the break Chris and Ash had

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answered the question which of these films made the least money at

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the box office worldwide. Fair to say you're nervous. Your Secret

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Fortune tonight will not be... �7,000. Ye. Get in there! Come here,

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The minimum you can go home with tonight is �10,000. You talked

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about that at the beginning. What does it get you the �5,000 each.

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really good basis for me and Sal for a house. Stop paying our money

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on rent, and it going nowhere. Paying other people's mortgages.

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�5,000 a honeymoon, a stag do, and her hen do. �50 the hen do and

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then... That's fantastic. Guaranteed that will be in your

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back pockets. The computer has allocated the band with the fewest

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hits with the smallest amount of money, so give me the correct

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answer and I'll throw away the �10,000. We know they are really

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big and they were competitive. Which sold the most. Oasis had more

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hits. Blur did well. At park life, I would lean towards Oasis having

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the most. Yeah. So I think Blur had the fewest. We're on that together.

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We win or lose together. You're saying Blur. Which envelope to the

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answer Blur. Envelope six. Would you like to pass me envelope six,

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that's the one you're throwing away. Envelope one is your Secret Fortune

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tonight. Will you pick it up. And come with me... Envelope six is of

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no importance. I want to open envelope number one because that's

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your Secret Fortune. Oh. And inside everybody envelope is a cheque

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written with your names on it. will make a bit of a difference.

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I'm really happy with that. I'll keep it in my big back pocket.

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Oasis had one less hit than Blur. �10,000 has to be a pretty good

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night's work. Having they been fantastic contestants. Chris and

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High-tension quiz show hosted by Nick Knowles, in which two contestants could walk away with as little as 100 pounds or as much as 100,000 pounds. Playing for a Secret Fortune in this episode are brothers Chris and Ash - but will they win enough for Ash to get his dream stag do? The programme also features the National Lottery Saturday draws, including Lotto and Thunderball, presented by OJ Borg.


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