Episode 3 The National Lottery: Secret Fortune


Episode 3

High-tension quiz show hosted by Nick Knowles. Playing for a Secret Fortune in this episode are two flat-mates looking to take their first step on the property ladder together.


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Two contestants will throw away 23 envelopes. 50... 30,000. 500,000.

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Until they're left with just one. Your secret fortune tonight is...

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�100,000. Tonight, Holly and Laura are trying to hold on to that

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�100,000 as they play for their Hello and welcome to the Lottery's

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Secret Fortune with your host Nick Knowles.

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APPLAUSE Thank you very much. Thank you.

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You're a terrific audience. Hello, and welcome to Secret Fortune. Once

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again we have two players facing 24 envelopes. What they're looking for

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is the one containing their Secret Fortune. It could be anything from

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$100 right up to �100,000. APPLAUSE

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It's here and it's waiting to be won by tonight's contestants. Let's

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meet them. They're Holly and Laura from Peterborough and Sheffield.

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APPLAUSE Ladies, how are you? Hello. How are

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you doing? Right. Let's find out a little bit about you, shall we?

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What's the relationship, first of all? We both live together,

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actually - work together and live together. Right. What do you do for

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work? We buy trains. Yeah, we buy trains. You buy trains?!

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Underground trains. And parts for trains. It's that glamorous. It's a

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really unusual job, isn't it? People must be very excited when

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you tell them, like I am. Not so much. We usually lie.

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Right. And you met through work. Yes. And then decided you were

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going to live together? Yes, because I was moving down to London,

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and she was already in London and looking to move out, so we found a

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place together. Would you like to buy a place at some stage Yes,

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that's the dream - a really old, run-down building, structurally

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sound. Not really that good, are we I can do the tiling, plastering,

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the walls. You'll do the kind of interior decorating. Right. Who is

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the brightest of the two? No! equally in different things.

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that right? You bring different things to the table? Hit me with a

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geography question, and I'm out. Right. And me. Nevertheless, it's

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really good to have you here because just by being here we know

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you'll be going home with some money. You just don't know how much.

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Your Secret Fortune is sitting right here in one of tonight's

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envelopes. Each envelope has an amount in it between �100 and

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�100,000. APPLAUSE

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Let's see the money. Let's talk about a thousand pounds.

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What would you spend that on, ladies? I would consider paying my

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parents back. What do you mean you would consider? It's not definite?

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They gave me my money for my deposit. However, instead of doing

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that I would probably go on holiday! Holly? Probably a pair of

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shoes, a handbag maybe. � 25,000, �12,500 each. A lot, isn't it?

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have a car, but sometimes the engine cuts out, then I drove into

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a petrol pump last year, so the front of the car is a little

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battered, so a new car would be really nice. Holly? Well, my

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grandma and my auntie both missed their birthdays last year - 90th

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and 50th. Why? They both ended up in hospital for different reasons,

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so I would love to kind of throw a big family birthday party. That's

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lovely. If you were to win �100,000, what would you spent your �50,000

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each on? Our big aim, isn't it, really to get on the property

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ladder and think we'd really invest it and go for it and just buy a

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place and do it up. Yes. That's proper friendship, that is. Yeah.

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That's fantastic. Listen. We wish you the very best of luck. Each of

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these envelopes contains one of those amounts placed at random.

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They're numbered one to 24, and here are the numbers appearing

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behind me, so let's seal these away, and the next time you see one of

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these is when you bring it back into play. Most digital viewers can

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play along at home. Just press your red button now. Good luck. Holly

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and Laura, the next thing you're going to do is select four

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envelopes. Three. Three? Number 20. Number 20? What about 24?

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Number nine, please. And number nine. OK. Let's see them on the

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board. Remember, inside each envelope is one of those cash

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amounts. What you have to do is simple but crucial - keep the

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envelope that contains the most money. You ready to see the first

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question? I think so. Here it comes. By the end of 2011, which of these

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Brit School graduates had the most UK top ten singles? You have four

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I don't know what's in the four envelopes you have chosen, but our

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computer does, and it's allocating the envelope containing the most

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money to the Brit School graduate with the most top hits, and the

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second largest amount is with the second most and so on, so you have

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to lose three answers. Where do you want to start? OK. Katie Melua?

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don't know much about her, nor do I listen to her. I think she was

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possibly one of the lowest. Jesse J, she has been around in the music

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industry for many years, but I don't think she has been around in

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the charts that long, so I would think that she, although currently

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really famous has probably had the least... I would completely agree

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with that. We'd like to get rid of Jessie J. Thank you very much. Sang

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Do It Like a Dude and Price Tag. Your Secret Fortune tonight will

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not be - �7,000. That's good.

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APPLAUSE Shall we - just because we know the

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least about Katie Melau... Progress on. Can we knock her out, please?

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Envelope number three. She sang a song called Nine Million Bicycles,

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remember that? Oh, yeah. Your Secret Fortune tonight will not be

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- �1,000. Oh! What do you think? Are you going for Leona Lewis?

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don't know. We know Adele more. She's always on the radio. Maybe

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let's get rid of Leona Lewis. right. We'll get rid of her. Yes,

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we'd like to get rid of Leona Lewis. Leona Lewis? A moment like this -

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Bleeding Love, Forgive Me? Yes. Your Secret Fortune tonight will

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not be - �30,000. It's not good to throw �30,000 away. Throw it in the

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bin... But by the same token, you may still be right. The question is,

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have you ended up with a top answer? So we need to ask the

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No, it was Leona Lewis. For you at home, here's the correct order of

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all four answers. Just a matter of interest, Leona Lewis has had eight

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top ten singles. Envelope 24 could be your secret fortune tonight.

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So let's choose four more envelopes and get on with the next question.

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17 please. I would like number 23 please. Shall we do the 13 thing

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just to get the unlucky one out of the way? Yeah, let's do 13. Number

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one, please. Number one. Which of these best-selling series has the

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I just read The Hunger Games. That's three right. Harry Potter

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has seven, right? Twilight has four. I don't know about the series of

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Unfortunate Games. I don't know. Shall we get rid of The Hunger

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Games. Envelope 13, which you were worried could be unlucky 13. You

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wanted to get it out of the way. Yes. Your Secret Fortune tonight

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will not be... �8,000.

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If you're right and this is lowest amount, this is going to be quite a

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large-scoring round, isn't it? So we definitely know the Twilight

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and Harry Potter is higher, so shall we get rid of that? Yeah,

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definitely. Number 17 get rid of, please, Twilight. Number 17 - are

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you a gan of the books? Yes. Yes. Your Secret Fortune tonight will

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not be - �12,000. APPLAUSE

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So two left. We don't know about this Series of Unfort you know ate

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Events, and this could be one! series implies there's quite a few.

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Either way, we're getting rid of quite a high one, aren't we? What

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do you think? 23. Series of Unfortunate Events we'd like to get

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rid of, please. Thank you very much. Your Secret Fortune tonight will

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not be - �22,000. AUDIENCE:

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Ooh! It's a lot to throw away, I have to say. There it goes into the

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bin. But is it possible that envelope number one is the number

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one answer? Is it Harry Potter, It was the series of unfortunate

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events. Here is the correct order all four answers. But envelope No.

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1 could be your Secret Fortune tonight. Four more envelopes?

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Number 11, please. 15. 21. And Which of these scores is worth the

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Computer, please allocate the envelope to the answers. I am

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guessing you are giggling away because you know all these. I went

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to watch an Aussie Rules game, and the points were quite high. I think

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maybe basketball, we kick out. We would like to get rid of basketball

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slam dunk. Envelope 21. Your Secret Fortune tonight will not be...

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�2,000. Good work, ladies. Touchdown sounds like it would be a

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lot. Americans think big, they have big numbers. Let's get rid of the

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Your Secret Fortune tonight will not be... �10,000. So you are left

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with two. Which way round is it going to be? I think we should go

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along with your theory of Americans thinking big. We have got nothing

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else, so the only way to go is to kick out at number 15. You don't

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like this bit when I open the envelopes, do you? Can you tell?

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Your Secret Fortune tonight will Nicely done, ladies. So if you have

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got the top answer, this envelope contains a cheque from the right

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hand side of the board. So which of these scores is worth the most

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Well done. For you at home, here is the correct order of the answers.

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What is in dissembler, ladies? Above ten grand. Envelope number 11

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could be your Secret Fortune tonight. Let's go straight on for

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four more envelopes. Number 10, please. I would like number 14,

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please. Five, plays. And Dumbo 6. - Do you tweet? No. Well, the

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computer is now going to allocate the envelope containing the most

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money into the twitter with the most followers and so on. Think

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about why they are famous. If they are international, they will have

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more followers, right? Piers Morgan does that show. He does a talk show

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over there. So he would have international followers. Yes,

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whereas I presume Alan Sugar is not well known. A can't think that he

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twigs. He is quite old. No offence to any old people! I think we are

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old twit. -- we are older to tweet. What about Jonathan Ross? Is he

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famous abroad? I think Jonathan Ross. Envelope five, thank you.

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Your Secret Fortune tonight will not be... �25,000. It is a lot, but

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to be fair, you could still be right. It is just possible that you

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picked out a lot of big numbers here. Who do you think has the most

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followers? My gut instinct was Piers Morgan. I would go with him

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or Cheryl Cole. Let's get rid of Lord Sugar. Not because he is old.

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I think he will be pleased to hear that. Your Secret Fortune tonight

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will not be... �100. Then we have definitely won three

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grand! You are left with two envelopes. You need to get rid of

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one and take one to the final. Which way round is it going to be?

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Piers Morgan's quite witty and international. And he does this

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popular evening American chat-show. I would be happy to get rid of

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Cheryl Cole. Your Secret Fortune tonight will not be... �9,000.

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Which means you are left with envelope Number 10, Piers Morgan.

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What was the most you throw away that time? �25,000. This would be a

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good one to get the top and so on. It was the top answer. For you at

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home, here is the correct order of or four answers. That means that in

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December load is... More than �30,000? So envelope Number 10

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could be your Secret Fortune tonight. Time for us to take a look

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at the cash and see how you are doing overall. Let's get the money

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into the middle of the screen and take a look. That is a really good

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board. You are in a good position. You have played a really good first

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four questions. Ready to play on? Let's get the money back to the

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side and it four more envelopes. Number four, please. 19. 12, please.

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And 22. Which of these stars first lent their voice to a character in

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Who is Hugh Laurie? House, isn't that you lorry? -- queue lorry?

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Think in terms of how long each one has been famous. JK Rowling wrote

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the first Harry Potter book when I was 11. But obviously, it would

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have taken her a while to be really famous after they were all released.

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Maybe get rid of JK Rowling. Envelope 19. Your Secret Fortune

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tonight will not be... �40,000. that is painful. Where do you go

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next? Do you think Ricky Gervais would have done it before Simon

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Cowell? Possibly. And what about Hugh Laurie? Keep him in for the

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moment and choose between Ricky and Simon. Let's get rid of Simon.

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Secret Fortune tonight will not be... Of �16,000. So you have a

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choice now of which envelope you want to get rid of, Hugh Laurie or

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Ricky Gervais? I don't know who this Hugh Laurie is. Was this House

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series years ago? No, it is still on. It had quite a few series.

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never watched it. Shall we knock him out? We have got nothing else

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Your Secret Fortune tonight will Leaving you with envelope number

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four. Computer, which of these stars first lent their voice to a

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character in the Simpsons. Was it It was in fact JK Rowling. For you

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at home, here is the correct order of all four answers. JK Rowling

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appeared as herself in 2003. But amble at number four could be your

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So, there are now only four numbers left. No. Two, number 8, 16 and 18.

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Computer, please allocate the envelopes to the answers. Do you

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know who Groucho Marx is? No. Dad will not be impressed. Based on the

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fact that we don't know Groucho Marx, we should get rid of him.

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of the famous Marx Brothers. Your Secret Fortune tonight will not

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be... �6,000. Do you think we should check out Woody Alan? Let's

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Your Secret Fortune tonight will OK, Churchill would have done loads.

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We have got a good looking bored. Let's do it. Please can we get rid

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of Oscar Wilde? This is dangerous. He once said "I have nothing to

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declare except my genius". I wonder whether we are about to see your

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genius in action. Your Secret Fortune tonight will not be...

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�100,000. That is all right. It APPLAUSE

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Envelope 18 is the one you've got. Computer, can you please confirm

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what the top answer was. Yeah, it was Oscar Wilde. For those of you

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at home, here is the correct order of all four answers.

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Envelope 18 could be your Secret Fortune tonight. You started with

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24 envelopes. You now have six. They contain a minimum of �4,000,

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�5,000, �18,000, �20,000, �50,000, and in one of these envelopes in

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front of you is a cheque with your names on it already for �75,000.

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APPLAUSE Excited about what's going to

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happen? Yes. You excited at home? You should be. Get your lottery

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ticket ready. It's time for the Thunderball Lotto draw. See you

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soon. We are live in Lottery HQ with

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Jenni Falconer. Thank you. Good evening. Aren't

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they doing well? They could still win �75,000. We'll see how they get

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on shortly, but first, we have the opportunity for you to win cash of

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your own. Up to half a million pounds could be yours in two

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minutes, then later on we have the jackpot draw. Also, weep be keeping

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up with the torch relay to the the start of the Olympics. There is

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rather a lot to do, so let's get You know what to do. Please start

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up that first machine if you would. Yes, Julie Morris is tonight's

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drawmaster. Chris Williams is our independent adjudicator. Excalibur

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and set of balls three were selected for us at random. Last

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night over 84,000 tickets won a prize on this game. Congratulations

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if you were one of those winners. Jenny.

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 40 seconds

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second machine. Jenni? Each and every Thunderball ticket

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is still in play. How? Well, if you match the Thunderball, you'll win a

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cash prize whether you've matched any main numbers or not.

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If you have matched every number so far, take a deep breath because

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that half a million pound top prize will be yours if you also match the

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Thunderball! Good luck. exciting is this? Here we go. Let's

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hope this makes a difference for you tonight. There it is, number

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Nick, and let's see whether Holly and Laura can keep hold of that

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�75,000! Let's hope so. See you Welcome back to Secret Fortune.

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Holly and Laura have six envelopes in front of them containing �4,000,

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�5,000, �18,000, �20,000 - here's where it gets really interesting -

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�50,000, and somewhere in front of you is an envelope in front of you

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with your names on containing �75,000! Have you any idea where

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the top money - the �75,000 might be? I think it might be in number

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ten I think. We're going to cover over those envelopes and give them

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a good shuffle. Now you'll have no idea which envelope will be

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attached to which answer. You worked really hard to keep these

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six answers, but now over the next questions, you're going to throw

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away five of them until you're left with the one that'll be your Secret

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Fortune. Let's see the first Remember, from here on in, you can

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only throw away one envelope per The computer has allocated the

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lowest amounts of money to the song chosen the fewest times. That's

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what you're looking for. Give me the song chosen the fewest times

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and the �4,000 goes in the bin. Slip up and get it wrong, and the

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�75,000 has to go in the bin. Which is it going to be? I think we go

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based on the least popular... not quite sure. I wouldn't say the

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top three. I say we pick one of the bottom three. How do you feel about

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know that at all. Shall we go for that because we've not heard it?

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Let's just be positive and go for it? Yeah, let's do it. Let's do it.

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Mad Dogs and Englishmen. Which envelope do you think has the big

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money in? I think possibly number ten. Computer, which envelope is

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two. Would you like to pass me envelope number one? Your Secret

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Fortune tonight will not be - �20,000.

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APPLAUSE So let's take a look at what the

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order should have been. The one that was least was Hey Jude,

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surprisingly, What a Wonderful World - in other words, the three

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you chose to protect, so the one you definitely should have avoided

:33:27.:33:37.
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was Non, Je Regrette. Happy to move on? Yes. Which of these judo belts

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represents the lowest grade? Do you know anything about judo? Black

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means you're good, right? You wear something white with the belt.

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That's going to help! Let's have a look at the possible answers, shall

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I think you're right in saying black is quite good.

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I'm thinking the beginners one, then you move up to red, then there

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are two colours... Why would that have a significance? Want to go for

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red and white? They've got to be similar, don't they? This is awful.

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Yeah. Let's do red. Red. Thank you very much.

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Remind us which envelope you don't want to see? I think ten. Ten.

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Computer, which envelope is attached to the answer red?

:34:30.:34:40.
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Oh! Would you like to pass me envelope ten? Oh! Because I have to

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say how much is in it and throw it away. Your Secret Fortune tonight

:34:46.:34:56.
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will not be - �75,000. Envelope ten goes in the bin. Obviously, that's

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very disappointing. It's tough to take the sting out of that but I

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have to remind you, you do currently have �50,000 up on the

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board. That's not a disappointing amount of money. This is still a

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very big game, and you have to pick yourselves up after that let's take

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a look at the answer and the order and find out where you went wrong.

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Red is top. Red and white is second top. The one you were looking for

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as the lowest was blue at �4,000. Reasonable to think black belt - I

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think most people would have gone with you on that. Let's clear that

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away because it doesn't really matter now. Are you ready to go on?

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Do you watch Friends? Yes. Then this could work out for you. Let's

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have a look at the answers. Helen played the woman that Russ

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married, right? Do you know who Paul is, who is Phoebe's husband?

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Yeah, she got rid of the guy who went abroad - that's who that was.

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Tom Selleck was Monica's old boyfriend for awhile before she

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married Chandler. Who is Elliot? don't know. We don't touch it.

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edging towards Tom Selleck being in the fewest. Shall we do it? Let's

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go for it. We'll say Tom Selleck. OK. Computer will, you tell us

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please which numbered envelope is attached to the answer Tom Selleck?

:36:43.:36:53.
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Number 24. Oh, 24. Your Secret Fortune tonight will not be -

:36:53.:37:03.
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�4,000! That's good news, isn't it? Let's

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take a look and see where we are now. You were absolutely right with

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Tom Selleck with ten episodes, and the one you wanted to avoid, which

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luckily you didn't know who he was was Elliot Gould at 20 episodes,

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who played Monica and Ross's father. You're two questions away from

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possibly leaving here with �50,000, �25,000 each. What do you do with

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that? I think we could possibly still look at a dream of trying to

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buy somewhere. Life-changing money, really, if you can get to it.

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Definitely. Let's take a look at Based on our last logic perhaps we

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know less about distances and firing human cannons, so perhaps we

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ought to leave that one. I like that. Based between football throw-

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in and a high dive into water - surely you can't dive too far into

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water because you would die. Good logic. I think we get rid of high

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dive. Let's do it. OK. Let's do it. High dive... Into water. Computer,

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can you tell us please which envelope number is attached to high

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dive into water? Envelope 11, which was from question three in the

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first part of the game. Your Secret Fortune tonight will not be -

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revealed for just a little bit longer because we're going to go

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over to lottery HQ to find out what's going on with tonight's

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Lotto draw! See you in a little Oh! I know! Every time he gets us.

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We sit there. We know he's going to do it, but every time it's classic

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hanging-on tactics. Anyway, we will find out whether or not Holly and

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Laura were right in a few minutes. Now, we're less than a week away

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until the start of the Olympics. I can hardly believe it's nearly here.

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The Olympic torch is nearing the end of its journey up and down the

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country. It will have travelled over 8,000 miles in its 70-day

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journey and have been carried by 8,000 torchbearers.

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# Duh, duh, duh, duh, duh # Was wondering what you were doing

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this. I was lucky enough to be a torch bearer in Inverness. It's a

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great design. 8,000 holes - that signifies the number of torch

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bearers. I think I am that one just there. The question is, what are

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you going to do with it? I was thinking of hanging it in my house.

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Interesting. Today, the torch has travelled from Guildford through

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south and east London to Waltham Forest where evening celebrations

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are in full swing right now. The guys running alongside - the Met

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Police were the same guys supporting me down the site - they

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must be the fittest members of the Met Police. They have run 8,000

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miles, for goodness sake. Wow. now just six days until the flame

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arrives at the Olympic Stadium in time for the Opening Ceremony. No-

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follow the links. That's the same place to go to find out about the

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EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle. Thank you for that, Alan. Now,

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though, I do believe it's time to make a winner or two tonight.

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Prepare yourselves for a potentially life-changing two

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Have you been in touch with those people in the know? Yes, and they

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have said the jackpot is estimated at a cool �4 million. Release those

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 40 seconds

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That is just about all from us. Next Friday is the night when 100

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UK millionaires will be made. OJ Borg will give you all the

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information you need to find out if you are one of them, as well as

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bringing you the EuroMillions draw on BBC Two on Friday at 11pm. Alan

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will bring you the results of this week's Lotto Plus 5 at the end of

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Welcome back. Before the break, Holly and Laura had just answered

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the question: the computer has told us that envelope number 11 is

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attached to this answer. Your Secret Fortune tonight will not

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be... �18,000. Let's look at the You are now down to just two

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envelopes, and in one of them is �5,000, and in the other is �50,000.

:44:48.:44:58.
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That is harsh! The computer has nominated the least it nominated

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actor to the smallest amount of money. So give me the correct

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answer, and the �5,000 will be thrown away. My only logic behind

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it would be that I think Robert de Niro might have been in more, and

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therefore would have more nominations. Therefore it would be

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a Pacino, but I have no idea. guarantee that whatever the answers

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are, they are very close. I have not even got an inkling either way.

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Just need to pick. Let's just say are Pacino. Do you want to go for

:45:42.:45:52.
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it? Yes. This could be suicide. Computer, please tell us which

:45:53.:46:03.
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amble up numbers attached to the Envelope 18 is the last envelope

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you will throw away tonight, which means envelope number for is your

:46:10.:46:20.

Secret Fortune, so please come with me. You know, nobody cares what is

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in that one. We are interested in envelope four, your Secret Fortune.

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Your Secret Fortune tonight is... You're OK? Yes. We have had a great

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day. Congratulations. As always, inside the envelope is a cheque

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with �5,000 made out with your name's on. I will take that. There

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is amble of four, which you can keep as a souvenir. -- envelope

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four. Robert De Niro had two fewer nominations. Envelope 18 was where

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the �50,000 was. So what will happen to the �5,000? Handbag

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shopping is probably our first port of call, and doing things with the

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family. It is quite a lot of money. Ladies and gentlemen, holly and

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Laura. Join us again next week, when two more people will be

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discovering their Secret Fortune. Good night. Ouch! What an ending.

:47:47.:47:50.

High-tension quiz show hosted by Nick Knowles. Playing for a Secret Fortune in this episode are flat-mates Holly and Laura. They could walk away with as little as £100 or as much as £100,000. Can they win enough to take their first steps on the property ladder together? Includes the National Lottery Saturday draws presented by Jenni Falconer, with Lotto and Thunderball.


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