Episode 5 The National Lottery: Secret Fortune


Episode 5

High-tension quiz show hosted by Nick Knowles. Playing for a Secret Fortune are Dave and his best friend's wife Lyn. Including the National Lottery Saturday draws.


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

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Until they are left with just one. Your Secret Fortune tonight

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is...�100,000. Tonight, Lyn and Dave are trying to

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hold on to that �100,000. As they play for their Secret

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Hello, and welcome to the National Lottery Secret Fortune, with your

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host, Nick Knowles. Thank you very much, what a

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fantastic audience, 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. It could be

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anything from �100, right up to �100,000. Oh yes, it is right here

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and waiting to be won by tonight's contestants, let's meet them, they

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are Dave and Lyn from Bridgend. Lovely to meet you. Explain the

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relationship, first of all. Lyn is the wife of my best mate, Wyn.

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but you decided to bring your best mate's wife, rather than your best

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mate? Because? Because Lyn is a lot smarter than Wyn. How long have you

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been friends? We have known each other since Dave's wedding, that's

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when we first met, that was in 1999. Who is at home? My wife Shirley,

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and two lovely little boys, Oliver who is 11, and phrase whore is 10.

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What sort of things do they like? Oliver is a swimmer, and Fraser is

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a footballer. A sporty family? wife is champion of the golf club

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where we first met. Do you play golf? Very badly. Do you two ever

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play a round! That's not what I went. Let me rephrase it? Wyn is

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watching. Children? Two stepsons, one working in London and one in

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Yorkshire, Matt as quadriplegic cerebral palsy, he lives with 24-

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hour care, he has a great life with Hollybany Trust, they open up so

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many opportunities for him and his friends. Great to meet you, a great

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friendship formed over the years. What is really great for you, you

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know you will be going home with some money, the question is how

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much. Your secret fortune is contained in one of these envelopes,

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each envelope contains an amount from between �100-�100,000. Let's

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see the money. Great to see it all on the board. If you were to walk

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away from here with the booby prize, the �100 what would you spend it

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on? I would take Fraser to White Hart Lane to see a Premiership game.

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Lyn? I would have to buy the Swansea away kit. I go to all the

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games. I would have to buy it. if you win �1,000? In my case, I

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would like to send my oldest son on a school skiing trip, he was due to

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go this year with his school, but, frankly, we had too many other

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things to spend the money on. He was so good about it, next year I

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would like to send him on the trip, his heart was set on it.

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�25,000 each? It would be lovely to be able to do something special for

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Nick and Matt and make a donation to Hollybank. Now the �100,000,

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�50,000 each? When we moved to Wales over 40 years ago, we moved

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into a house in which my mum still lives, that sort of money we could

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help make the house a little safer for her to live in, and maybe pay

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for a little help around the house so she is looked after more. That

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would mean help the boys and do something totally extravagant,

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which is to get a box at the Liberty Stadium, so I can watch the

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swans in style. Excellent, I wish you the best of luck, each of the

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envelopes contain one of those amounts placed at random, they are

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numbered 1-24. Let's seal these away. The next time you see one of

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these will be when you bring it these will be when you bring it

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back into play. Most digital viewers can play at

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home, press the red button now. You will choose four envelopes. Number

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24, number five. Number 17. Number Let's see them on the board.

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Remember, inside each envelope is one of those cash amounts, what you

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have to do is crucial and simple, keep the envelope that contains the

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I don't know what is in your four envelopes, but our computer does,

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it is allocating the envelope containing the most money to the

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song with the highest chart position. And the second-largest

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amount is the song that achieved the second-highest chart position

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and so on. You have to lose three and so on. You have to lose three

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answer, what do you think? My first thought is I don't know New Moon On

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Monday. I don't Like Monday was number one. Manic Monday, was good,

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but I don't know. Let's get rid of New Moon On Monday, because we

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don't know that one. That is by Duran Duran. Your Secret

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Fortune will not be...� 1,000. Monday Monday. We will get rid of

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that, we are happy with the other ones.

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Envelope 5, used to go # Monday Monday, Mamas and Pahads.

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Your secret fortune tonight won't be �4,000, well done.

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That's a fantastic start. inclined to agree that Boom Town

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Rats. They were number one for ages. This is the highest position, we

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will get rid of Manic Monday. Envelope 24. Your secret fortune

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tonight will not be... �10,000. Which leaves you with envelope two.

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How sure are you about I Don't Like Mondays reaching number 1. I'm 100%

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sure, because the Boom Town Rats ripped the poster in half when they

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played Top Of The Pops. Yes! This is the correct order of all four

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answers. In this envelope is how much?

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more than �10,000. Envelope 2 could be your secret fortune tonight.

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Let's keep the momentum going. Four more envelopes? 13 and number 7.

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Number 8, and number 23. Here is I'm pretty sure that Kevin Spacey

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played Election Luther in one of the early Superman films. Do you

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know anything about Tommy Lee Jones? Ian McKellen is a classic

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actor. I have a feeling he was in a Batman film. He wasn't the joker,

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he was in a Batman film, if you like, if I remember what

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supervillain he was. I think Willem Dafoe was in a recent film. It was

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more recent than other ones, it is a bit of a guess. I don't know him.

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We will go for Willem Dafoe. Your Secret Fortune tonight will not be.

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�2,000. I think we should go for Tommy Lee Jones, I can't picture

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him in anything. Envelope 13, Tommy Lee Jones. Your Secret Fortune will

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not be. �18,000. I think I would keep Kevin Spacey and get rid of

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Ian McKellen, I think the Superman film he played a part in was older

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than the Ian McKellen Batman film. We will get rid of Ian McKellen.

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Have you watched any of the X-Men films. Are you not telling me he

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was in that. He played Magneto. Your Secret Fortune tonight will

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not be...� 8,000. The question is, have you managed to achieve the top

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answer? Let's find out. Which of these Hollywood actors was first to

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play a comic book supervillain on the big screen. He appeared as Two-

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Face in Batman Forever. Not the top answer that time and

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very difficult to know a lot about this. Until 8 could be your secret

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fortune tonight. Four more envelopes please.

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please, and number 3. Number 11 and number 22.

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I think I know the cheeses. We have France, Holland, Italy and

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Switzerland. Is Camembert northern France or south of France? That I'm

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not entirely sure about. But, it is certainly close, whether it is

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north or south, it is closer than Italy. Yeah, it is. We could get

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rid of that as long as we hold on to Italy. We will get rid of

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Camembert. Envelope 12, because ...It Is in France. And France is

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close to Somerset. Your secret fortune tonight will not be. �500.

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You are playing an amazing game at the moment. Look at this side over

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here, it is almost empty. I want to get rid of Edam. I would go with

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that. Edam, Holland. We will get rite of that. Three -- Get rid of

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that. Number 3, your Secret Fortune tonight will not be...�7,000. So,

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we went to Switzerland on holiday a couple of years ago, it took us six

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hours to drive there, I don't think I could have got down to Italy in

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that time. That is right down, Switzerland is a small country, we

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need to get rid of Gruyeres. Your Secret Fortune tonight will not

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be...�20,000. There is a ripple of applause from the audience, that is

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because if you are absolutely right, and the remaining envelope attached

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to Gorgonzola is right, you know you have another good amount in the

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final. Let's ask the computer which one of the cheesey towns is

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Envelope 11 could be your Secret Fortune tonight. I would like

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another four envelopes please. Number one, please. Number 15.

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would like number 16 and number 21. Which of these recent West End hits

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featured the most musical numbers. The computer is allocating the

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envelope containing the most money to the show with the most musical

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numbers and so on through all four answers. Joseph I have seen that.

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It is singing almost all the way through, from what I can remember.

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Oliver is a lot of singing in Oliver. Down the bottom is Oliver

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and Joseph to keep. And one of the two at the top. I think The Wizard

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of Oz, goes first. I'm happy with that. We will get rid of the wizard

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of oz. You seem to have solid reasoning.

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Your Secret Fortune will not be tonight �100,000. I can't expect

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that. I'm afraid the �100,000 now goes in the bin. We still have

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loads of good numbers up there. think there are a lot of songs in

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Joseph. And there were a lot in the Liverpool Sound, but there was a

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lot of ordinary act -- in The Sound of Music, but there was ordinary

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acting as well. We will get rid of Oliver. Envelope 21.

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Your Secret Fortune tonight will not be... �75,000. We're doing

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really bad. You have picked the top two in one round, and you have

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thrown them both away. There is still significant money up there.

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Get rid of the Liverpool Sound of music. We will get rid of The Sound

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of Music. Please don't be �50,000. Your Secret Fortune tonight will

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not be... �6,000. Which leaves envelope 16, and the

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answer Joseph, we know what the top answer and the second top answer

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was. But we will get the computer to confirm it for us.

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You only have to work out between two what is on. It doesn't leave

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you knowing what is in it. Envelope 16 could be your Secret Fortune

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tonight. Given that you had such a rough

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round, it is time to look at the money and see where you are. You

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will be pleasantly sur priested. You only have to clear away the

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�100, and you are in a minimum of �3,000, there is only �5,000 and �9

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,000 and you are in great figures there.

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Let's choose another four envelopes and play the next question. Could I

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have number 19, and number 9. You have to get rid of three and

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keep one. Steve Redgrave. He has been around

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for years. He competed in five consecutive Olympics. That takes

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him 20 years back. Paula Radcliffe. Is probably more in the last five

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years or so. She is still competing. I think she's going to be younger

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than Steve Redgrave. Jonathan Edwards has retired. And Kelly

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Holmes has retired. I think we can get rid of Paula Radcliffe. Your

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Secret Fortune tonight will not be. �16,000.

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That's a big number. I think Kelly Holmes probably won it after Steve

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Redgrave. She's younger. I think we should get rid of Kelly Holmes.

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will get rid of Kelly Holmes. Envelope nine. You are really

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having to work the old grey matter on this one aren't you. Your Secret

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Fortune tonight will not be...� 9,000. That's OK.

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Steve Redgrave is the obvious choice, he did five Olympics. That

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takes him a long way back. When he was doing the Olympics, he was not

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always rowing on his own, he would have to have won two or three

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competitions before getting the individual award. That would mean

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Jonathan Edwards who might well have won it first With heavy heart

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we get rid of Steve Redgrave. Your Secret Fortune tonight will

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not be...� 22,000. It's interesting now, envelope 4, is what you are

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left with. �22,000, went in the bin, this would be a good one to get the

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top answer on. Computer, which of these olympians was first person to

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win BBC ports personality of the year, was it Jonathan Edwards?

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Well played, I have to say you played that exceptionally well. Now

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you know in envelope 4 is what? �25,000 or more. Envelope 4 could

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be your Secret Fortune tonight. Very well played. There are only

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four numbers left, let's get them into play., 14, 18, 20, let's get

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them straight on the board. According to the Scoville Scale,

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which of these chilli peppers is the hottest. Tabasco you get

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bottles, it is pretty hot, but you can get really hot chilli peppers.

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Pimento, that is a fairly mild one. You get them in jars. Pimento we

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can get rid of. We would like to get hid of Pimento. You think it is

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fairly mild. Envelope 18. Your Secret Fortune tonight will

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not be... �3,000. That's all right. Jeepers, Jalapeno,

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I have had that on my pizza, it wasn't that hot. I think Jalapeno

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is cooler than Tabasco. We will get rid of Jalapeno. Envelope 6. Your

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secret fortune tonight will not be...� 5 now though. -- �5,000.

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we want to get rid of �100 and it is in play, and not sitting here in

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front of us. It will be either Habanero. It is worth having a

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gamble on that, we don't know about that. It is a fantastic theory, I

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think it is a brave theory. Your secret fortune tonight will not

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be... � 25,000. We have got it there. Which means,

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you have envelope 14 left, so the question then is. Have you got the

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top answer? According to the Scoville Scale, which of these

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I said it was brave, and it was a good punt to clear out the �100.

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Envelope 14 could be your Secret Fortune tonight. You started with

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24 envelopes, you now have six containing �100, then there is a

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huge leap up to �12,000, �14,000, �30,000, �40,000, and �50,000

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somewhere in front of you, is a cheque with your names on it for

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�50,000. One of those amounts will be your Secret Fortune. Fantastic.

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We will be finding out very soon if your luck is in, and is your luck

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in at home. It is time to go over to lottery HQ, it is the

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Thunderball draw, see you in a moment.

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Thanks Nick, we're live at lottery HQ with the lovely Jenni Falconer.

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Good evening everyone, I really hope Dave and Lyn can keep hold of

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that �50,000. We will be back with them shortly to find out. Here we

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have a Lotto Rollover draw, that could make you very rich indeed. We

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will give you the chance to see how you as National Lottery players

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have benefited Paralympic discus hopeful Dan Greaves as he prepares

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for London 2012. It is time to see if you are about to win a fabulous

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�500,000, of course, it is Thunderball.

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Julie, start up that huge machine please. Julie Morrisey the

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drawmaster, Luke Thornley the independent adjudicator.

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Last night over 103,000 tickets won a prize on this game.

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Congratulations if you were one of the lucky winners.

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Julie, are we ready? Yes we are. Here we go, good luck. Best of luck

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 40 seconds

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to you, let's see how you get on Even if you haven't matched any of

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the numbers drawn so far, matching with the Thunderball alone will

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still win you a cash prize, just as it did for over 42,000 of you last

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night. Here are tonight's Thunderball

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We will be back in a few minutes time with the live Lotto Rollover

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draw, get your tickets ready. Right now it is back over to Nick to see

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if Dave and Lyn can hold on to the �50,000, let's hope so, see you

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soon. Welcome back to Secret Fortune.

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Dave and Lyn have six envelopes in front of them, containing �100,

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�12,000, �14,000, �30,000, �40,000, and �50,000.

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Have you any idea where the �50,000 is in those envelopes? I have a

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feeling that number eight is a fairly sizeable amount of money.

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Well, we are going to cover over those numbers and give them a

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shuffle, now you will have no idea which envelope is attached to which

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answer. You have worked very hard to keep the six envelopes, now,

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over the next five questions, you will throw away five of them, until

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you are left with the one that will be your secret fortune. Let's see

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the question. Which of these Harry Potter books has the fewest pages.

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Have either of you read the Harry Remember the computer has allocated

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the lowest amount of money to the book with the fewest pages. That is

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what you are looking for. Give me the fewest pages and that �100 goes

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in the bin. But slip up and give me the book with the most pages and I

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will have to throw the �50,000 in the bin. The first three were the

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smallest. I think the second book was smaller than the first book,

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for the simple reason in the first book she explains everything about

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the magic. The second book was The Chamber of Secrets. Our answer is

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The Chamber of Secrets. Computer, which envelope number is attached

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to the answer The Chamber of Secrets? Envelope 16. Your Secret

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Fortune tonight will not be... though. Let's take a look at the

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correct order. The Philosopher's Stone, The Order

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of the Phoenix and the gob let of fire were the ones you were

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avoiding. The evil �100 is still staring at you.

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The Italian Job was superb. Arthur, the remake was with Russell Brand.

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It was popular. But all fee is niche, British. We reckon the

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remake of all fee wouldn't tickle the Americans. The answer is all

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fee. -- Alfie.

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That's going to be a big number. think so. Your Secret Fortune

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tonight will not be... �14,000. You should have gone to Get Carter.

:33:38.:33:48.
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Let's see what the next question I was hoping it would be Britney

:33:57.:34:04.

who came up. I'm glad that it has. I'm sure it was days. I think that

:34:04.:34:08.

was the Vegas marriage. The one we want to get rid of is Britney and

:34:08.:34:16.

Kevin. Which envelope we don't want to see.

:34:17.:34:21.

My instinct is to keep that one. I might be wrong. Which envelope

:34:21.:34:31.
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number is attached to the answer? Would you like to hit me one more

:34:34.:34:41.

time with the envelope! It was actually Britain's marriage to

:34:41.:34:50.

Jason Alexander, the famously one that lasted only 55 hours. Your

:34:50.:35:00.
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Secret Fortune will not be... �40,000.

:35:02.:35:08.

I don't believe it. Let's look at the correct order and

:35:08.:35:17.

find out who you were looking for, Pamela and Kid Rock. Let's clear

:35:17.:35:22.

that out of the way. Unfortunately, the �100 is still hanging in there.

:35:22.:35:29.

A little bit irritating. Let's talk about the big money, �25,000, if

:35:29.:35:34.

you walked out of here having won �50,000. Education is not cheap for

:35:34.:35:38.

two children, it would enable us to put a little aside to look after

:35:38.:35:42.

them, and make sure we buy a few things for them. For me, it would

:35:42.:35:48.

be to be able to help the boys, help Hollybank, that is so

:35:48.:35:52.

important. It is not just you benefiting, it is everyone else,

:35:52.:35:59.

spreading it all over the place. Which of these US states the

:35:59.:36:09.
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California is densely populated and massive. The question is it small

:36:19.:36:24.

and densely populated, huge and sparsely populated. My instinct is

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Texas. As the smallest population. I'm so glad you said that, I

:36:29.:36:32.

thought you were going to say New York. Are we going to stick with

:36:32.:36:40.

that. Texas. Computer, which envelope is

:36:40.:36:50.
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attached to the answer, Texas. Envelope 2. First round. That is a

:36:53.:36:59.

high number. We started well. need to pass it to me.

:36:59.:37:09.
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No! Your Secret Fortune will not be... Revealed in a few moments, it

:37:10.:37:15.

is time for us to cross over to lottery HQ for tonight's Lotto draw.

:37:15.:37:25.
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See you in a moment. It's so frustrating. He's such a

:37:29.:37:32.

tease. Not just them, I want to know the answer. I'm more stressed

:37:32.:37:37.

than Dave and Lyn at the moment. We will get your heart rate up in a

:37:37.:37:40.

moment with the Lotto Rollover draw. In four days time the Paralympics

:37:40.:37:44.

start, I can't wait for the whole country to get back into the

:37:44.:37:49.

sporting spirit. Take a look at this film, about paralympian discus

:37:49.:37:54.

thrower, Dan Greaves, who thanks to your support, is going to London

:37:54.:38:04.
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2012 with the best possible chance I first started discus at high

:38:11.:38:18.

school, and my PE teach you are saw I had a talent and sent me to the

:38:18.:38:23.

athletics club. I have limited flexibility in my feet, I had

:38:23.:38:27.

operations from three months old to 14 years old. I have worked really

:38:27.:38:33.

hard, and competed in able bodied and disability event. I was ranked

:38:34.:38:38.

number one in the world going into Beijing, unfortunately I came third,

:38:38.:38:43.

that was a massive disappointment. For the last four years I have

:38:43.:38:47.

trained really hard and back to number one world ranking. My

:38:47.:38:53.

technique as a Paralympic athlete is very different, I go off my heel

:38:53.:38:57.

rather than toes, it is harder to go off your heel than toes, we work

:38:57.:39:01.

on that in training. The perfect throw would be a combination of

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strength and agility. When I go into the circle, I am athinking

:39:07.:39:11.

balanceed and quick, and looking for the perfect angle to finish and

:39:11.:39:16.

looking to throw as hard as possible. I'm excited to compete in

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front of the home crowd, you have to savour the moment. To compete in

:39:20.:39:23.

front of 90,000 people is incredible, with friends and family

:39:23.:39:28.

it will be out of this world. I owe great thanks to National Lottery

:39:28.:39:31.

players over the years, I wouldn't be playing as world number one

:39:31.:39:35.

without the support, training full- time. I want to carry it into

:39:35.:39:40.

London and bring gold back for the public. My name is Dan Greaves, and

:39:40.:39:47.

with your help I can become a Paralympic champion again.

:39:48.:39:52.

Let's hope he does become an Olympic champion. I'm so excited

:39:52.:39:57.

about the Paralympics starting. If you missed our other Paralympic

:39:57.:40:01.

films, featuring the British wheelchair basketball team, and

:40:01.:40:04.

wheelchair rugby team, head to the website and follow the links. It is

:40:04.:40:09.

worth a look, they are so inspiring. The time has come to find out if

:40:09.:40:14.

this is the weekend that you, yes you, are going to become a multi-

:40:14.:40:23.

millionaire. It is the Lotto Rollover draw.

:40:23.:40:30.

First, a quick congratulations to Libby and Alastair McRae from Ellon

:40:30.:40:35.

in Aberdeenshire, who shared the jackpot, banking over �2.1 billion.

:40:35.:40:40.

Congratulations, enjoy the cash. How much is in the rollover jackpot

:40:40.:40:50.
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tonight. Tonight's Lotto Rollover Mid-week, there were no jackpot

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winners, five lucky tickets matched with five main numbers and the

:41:03.:41:09.

bonus to win the �113,000, that is each. Congratulations.

:41:09.:41:19.
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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 40 seconds

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Are we ready? We are. Excellent, That's just about all from us, I

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will be back on Wednesday with the mid-week draws, Matt Johnson is

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here on Friday night with the euromillions draw and special

:42:31.:42:35.

guests The Script, we will be performing, why not on Wednesday!

:42:35.:42:40.

Alan will get you the results of this week's Lotto plus fives. See

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you soon. Good night. Welcome back, before the break,

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Dave and Lyn had just answered the question, they chose Texas. At

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stake are �100, �30,000, and �50,000. Your Secret Fortune

:43:07.:43:17.
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tonight will not be: � 30,000. It goes in the bin, and along with

:43:26.:43:32.

it goes �30,000. Let's take a look at the correct order. It was New

:43:32.:43:38.

York. That's what you were looking for. Let's clear that down and look

:43:38.:43:44.

exactly where we stand now. You always imagine when you create

:43:45.:43:49.

a game like this, that it is possible you could be down to the

:43:49.:43:52.

�100 versus a big amount, you kind of hope it doesn't happen, because

:43:52.:44:00.

it is such a difficult thing to face. The butterflies are doing

:44:00.:44:08.

gymnastics. Calm, breathe, think. Ready for the last question? By the

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end of 2011, which of these men's world records was the slowest.

:44:23.:44:26.

Remember the computer has allocated the slowest record to the smallest

:44:26.:44:32.

amount of money, give me the correct answer and that horrible

:44:32.:44:42.
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little �100 will go in the bin. �100 is under 10 seconds, it will

:44:43.:44:50.

be somewhere between 40-50 seconds for that 400m track run. To beat

:44:50.:44:54.

the runners you have to be able to do a length in about 25 seconds

:44:54.:44:59.

each length. I think they could do that.

:44:59.:45:09.
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which case, the slowest is the 400m track? It's going to be close.

:45:09.:45:18.

think it is a reasonable logic. really think the track is slower.

:45:18.:45:24.

You did just now. Go on then. slowest world record is the 400m

:45:24.:45:34.
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track. Remind me again where do you think the �50,000 is. I have always

:45:38.:45:42.

thought it is in number eight, I might be wrong. You don't want it

:45:42.:45:50.

to reveal eight. Computer, which envelope number is attached to the

:45:50.:46:00.
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answer 400ms track. Is that good? We think that's good.

:46:11.:46:15.

How real is the money feeling just about at this point? It is just out

:46:16.:46:18.

of reach. There is so many things going through my head about what we

:46:18.:46:24.

might do with that. Would you like to pass me envelope number 4. This

:46:24.:46:30.

until is the last one that you are throwing away. Which means that

:46:30.:46:33.

envelope 8 is your Secret Fortune tonight. Would you like to pick it

:46:33.:46:43.
:46:43.:46:46.

up. And come with me. No-one is really interested in envelope 4,

:46:46.:46:48.

that is the one you have thrown away. What we are really interested

:46:48.:46:52.

in is what is in your Secret Fortune envelope? I do not want to

:46:52.:46:58.

look at this, I really don't. know it is either �100 or �50,000?

:46:58.:47:08.
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I don't want to look. Lyn, David, your Secret Fortune tonight is....

:47:16.:47:26.
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�100. Guys, guys.

:47:29.:47:33.

That is just terrible, un believable. It happens. One of

:47:33.:47:37.

those things. It has been great, we have had a brilliant time. That was

:47:37.:47:42.

terrific fun. You know, it is a real mark of the kind of people you

:47:42.:47:45.

are, that is how you are dealing with this. I think I would be in

:47:45.:47:51.

bits at the moment. It's been great. Let's go through the formality,

:47:51.:47:57.

there is that cheque with your name on it for �100. You will get your

:47:57.:48:01.

Swansea strip, and you will get the possibility of taking your boys to

:48:01.:48:05.

Tottenham. We are off to White Hart Lane. There is a souvenir which is

:48:06.:48:09.

envelope eight. To clear up a couple of things. The difference in

:48:09.:48:14.

the final question, it was nearly four seconds in the opposite

:48:14.:48:20.

direction in actual fact. We open every envelope, and sadly, in

:48:20.:48:24.

envelope number four there it is, there is the �50,000. Thank you

:48:24.:48:27.

very much for coming along. I thought you were fantastic. Ladies

:48:27.:48:32.

and gentlemen, weren't they great. Dave and Lyn.

:48:32.:48:37.

I will they are leaving with �100, that is the game sometimes, join me

:48:37.:48:41.

next week, when two other people will discover their Secret Fortune.

:48:41.:48:47.

The high-tension quiz show hosted by Nick Knowles. Playing for a Secret Fortune tonight are Dave and his best mate's wife, Lyn. They could walk away with as little as £100 or as much as £100,000. Will Lyn prove the perfect Secret Fortune partner? Includes the National Lottery Saturday draws presented by OJ Borg, with Lotto and Thunderball.


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