Episode 9 The National Lottery: Secret Fortune


Episode 9

High-tension quiz show hosted by Nick Knowles. Playing for a Secret Fortune in this episode are Charlotte and her father, David. Will they take away the top prize?


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Two contestants will throw away 23 envelopes. �500! And will be left

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with just one... He will secret fortune tonight is... Tonight,

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Charlotte and David are trying to hold on to that �100,000 as they

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Hello and welcome to The National Lottery: Secret Fortune, with your

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Gosh! Thank you very much. Hello and welcome to Secret Fortune. We

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have players facing 24 envelopes and what they are looking for is

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the one containing their secret fortune. It could be anything from

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�100 right up to �100,000! It is here and waiting to be won tonight

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by Charlotte and David, from Yorkshire!

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Lovely to see you. Welcome. Let's find out straight away, what is the

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relationship between you two? father and daughter. You rang in

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and said you wanted to come and play. Yes. And you thought, go with

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dad? Yes. He has a lot of brains! But there must be a strong

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relationship between the two. He is not just my dad. He has one

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of my best friends. I am not shy to say that. We have lots of hobbies

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and interests together. We both love music. One band being Queen.

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Love them. Best band in the world! We like to do lots of covers.

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you give us a quick burst? Unfortunately, I had tonsilitis not

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long ago! A good thing to say on national television! It is a good

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thing you're here tonight because you know you will be leaving with

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some money, but you don't know how much. Your secret fortune is

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sitting here in one of these envelopes. They contain between

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�100 and �100,000. Let's take a look at the money. Now, if you

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walked out of here with �20,000, �10,000 each, what does that do for

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you? For me, again, because I love singing, I would love to have my

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own recording equipment, and hopefully create some PA system so

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I could go into pubs and clubs and sing. �50,000, David? Big change.

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Me and my wife are both 50 in the same year. 30 years together. So

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some partying to do! We would love to buy a motor home that you can

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drive away, but we figure you could drive away for long periods. So I

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fancy something like that. But there is a bigger goal with a

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bigger figure, if you like. Linked to that. There is a bigger

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figure, �100,000 up there. If you split that between you, where does

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the money go? The big picture for me and my wife was, we didn't go to

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university, so we never got a chance to have a year abroad. So we

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figure, buy the motor home and go to Europe for a year and just tour

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around. And that is our desire. What about you? Charlotte, what do

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you do? That is a dream for me. I would love to run my own business

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because my father does and I look up to him for that. I would love to

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run a florist shop. So this could be life-changing. Absolutely.

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envelopes contain one of these amounts at random. These are the

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numbers arriving behind me. Let's put these away. The next time you

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

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play at home. Just press the Red Button. Good luck. The first thing

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you are going to do is choose four envelopes. Fire away. Can I have

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number seven, please? And 15. double the seven and go for 14 and

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the top, 24. Remember, inside each envelope is one of those cash

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amounts. Or you have to do is keep the MLA that contains the most

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money. -- all you have to do is keep the envelope. The question

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refers to new cars only. You have four a possible answers and they

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I do not know what is in the four envelopes but the computer does and

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it is allocating the one containing the most money to the biggest

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selling car and the second largest amount is with the second biggest,

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and so on. Which one would you like to lose first? Are I think what we

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The money hatchback, I don't think we have seen that many are on the

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road. -- the Mini. Massively popular. The Ford Fiesta... And not

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everybody's cup of tea. None of them is desirably glamourous!

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Apologies to anybody who has got one! Let's start with something

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like the Vauxhall or the Ford. want to get rid of the Ford Fiesta?

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Envelope number 15. Let's get started. Your secret fortune is

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not... �30,000. Wow! Big one. Popular car. Not a big one. But

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there it goes. To be honest, you might have chosen four envelopes

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with a high around in. Has that affected the way you were thinking

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on this question? No. I still think the Gulf. Would you say we agree on

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getting rid of the Vauxhall? I am happy with that because they have

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to go. A bloke number seven. -- envelope. Your secret fortune is

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not... �4,000. I am drawn towards the Box Garden

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because they are popular and you see a lot of them. -- the

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Volkswagen Golf. Envelope number 14. Your secret fortune is not...

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He so you are left with an envelope number 24. If it is the top answer,

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what does that tell you about what is in this envelope? Is it tells us

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a lot! Is as basic you got to be more than 30,000, hasn't it? -- it

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has basically got to be. Was in the Volkswagen Golf? Wow! Yes. There

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you go. Here is the order of the And then at number 24 could be your

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secret fortune tonight. -- envelope. Let's choose four more and go to

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question number two. A could we have a number one, No. 12. Could I

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You would put your make-up on before you went on stage. Yes.

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light the lights because otherwise you with fall on the stage. You

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would raise the curtain, otherwise you would be Eric Morecambe! And

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then you meet the Muppets last. I would say so. Can we please get

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rid of meet the Muppets as a starter. The certainly can. Your

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secret fortune is not... �22,000. Big ones. These are big. What is

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interesting about that is that you could still be right. I say it

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raised the curtain. Yes. We want to keep "put on make-up". So, raised

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the curtain. Envelope number one. Your secret fortune is not...

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He two left, one to keep and one to throw away. I honestly think but on

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the make-up. I think so. We would like to get rid of a light the

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lights. Lovely. Number 12. Your secret fortune is not... �25,000.

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Wow! It one. Wow! That is really interesting, isn't it? What was the

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most you threw away men? Twenty- five on that one. So, once again,

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if you are right about "put on make-up" you know this envelope

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will have a large amount of money. So, computer, was it number eight?

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Wow. For you at home, here is the A you will find out what is in this

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envelope before the end of the show. Envelope number eight could be your

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secret fortune tonight. OK, let's pick four more numbers. I am going

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to pick a number two. That is the date my nephew was born on. So

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hopefully a bit of good luck. And 11. David? I think we will go with

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Number 10, please. And up to 21. The thing about it, they are all...

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You know, big names. Is there anything shouting at you? Well,

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Nelson Mandela. For me personally, Bill Clinton should go. Would you

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like to eliminate that one? Yes. sounds kind of weird saying that

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out loud. I would like to eliminate Bill Clinton! Your secret fortune

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is not... �100,000! There's other one's there. I'm afraid that cheque

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for �100,000 has to go in the bin. Tough, that. But again, some other

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big numbers there. What would you be happy to get rid of next?

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think... Either Bill Gates or the Pope, because I still feel Mandela

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is the strongest answer we have still got. We will go with the Pope

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first. A man at Number 11. It is a tough one, this. Your secret

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fortune is not... �20,000. Ooh! This is proving to be an expensive

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round, isn't it? Yes. We have picked some big amounts there.

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The question is, how big? I think my gut feeling... Stick to what we

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said. He even though it is not the top answer, but feeling. We will

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stick with Mandela being awarded it earlier. We will go with Bill Gates

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as our next elimination, please. Hmm... Your secret fortune is not...

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It was a lucky number in the end. It was. That's great because the

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�100 disappears, and the minimum you could go home tonight with is

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�500. All you're left now is Nelson Mandela. We know it's not the top

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answer. It can't possibly be the top answer. Let's just get the

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computer to confirm what the top answer was. It was, of course, Bill

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Clinton. Here for you at home is the correct order of all four

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answers, but no way of knowing whether that's the second top

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answer, so it could be anywhere in between all the way down to the

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�500. Definitely. Envelope ten could be your secret fortune

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I think you two have done very well, actually, because that was a tough

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old round. Let's just press on and choose four more envelopes and

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choose another question. I'll have number three, please. Number three.

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And number four. Number four. The computer is allocating the

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envelope containing the most money to the fan of the most successful

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team and so on through all four answers, so what do you make of

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this? Football is a complete no-no for me. I have never, ever been

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interested, unfortunately. I think what we've got to do here is

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eliminate the ones that we think we're going to and hope we're

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somewhere in the middle with the rest. I think Noel Gallagher being

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a Mancunian, it's got to be City. That's a big team. Now it is. City

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has been, you know, in the lower leagues for as long as I've - so

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shall we go... Would you like to eliminate that one? Noel Gallagher

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as a City supporter, please? Envelope three. Your secret fortune

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�9,000. APPLAUSE

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That's good. That's good. Four, 19 and 22 - you need to get rid of

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another one. I like the thought process Alan Sugar would like a

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small team because you kind of get that vibe from him. Is he an East

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End boy? Would it be the Hammers? am trying to think. What's the

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smaller London clubs. Eliminate things like Chelsea, Arsenal.

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He's a QPR fan, isn't he? I don't know.

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LAUGHTER Let's keep Sugar for a minute and

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eliminate one of those. Piers Morgan, I - just because. We have

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to get rid of two... So if we could get rid of him for the next one.

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Getting rid of Piers Morgan, envelope 22. Your secret fortune

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�75,000 CROWD: Ahh! Amazing. goodness. Right. Well, that's the

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top answer. It is the top answer, and it's in the bin. It's in the

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bin. OK. It's damage limitation now, so I think we need to just I think

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go with Russell Brand on this one as our next elimination, please.

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Russell Brand is going, envelope 19. I can tell you, he's a West Ham

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supporter. Oh, is he? Your secret fortune tonight will not be: �8,000.

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APPLAUSE Which leaves you with envelope

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number four, and Alan Sugar. Remind us, computer, which was the top

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answer. Piers Morgan, an Arsenal supporter. For you at home, here's

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the correct order of all four answers. Yes, once again you have

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an envelope which it's almost impossible to tell what's in it.

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Yeah. But envelope four could be your secret fortune tonight. I

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think, given the way this has gone, let's take a look at the money,

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shall we, and see where we are. It's a kind of 50/50 board. You

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have lost as many from the left as the right. The difficulty is you

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have lost the 175 at the top but still in the middle is the 50 and

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40,000. They're good sums of money. Let's clear that to the side and

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have a look. I need four more envelopes, please. Number 16,

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please. Number 16. And number nine, please. Number nine. Let's go for

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17... Number 17. And 23, please. Computer, please allocate the

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envelopes to the answers. What do you feel? Well, captain is still on

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the ship, isn't he? A commander - not sure. Commodore, sounds like an

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office job. LAUGHTER

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Rear admiral... You have admiral, which is big. I originally went to

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captain as the minimum. I think so as well. I think we should get rid

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of that one. Eliminate captain as the first choice. I think so.

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Envelope 17. Your secret fortune tonight will not be: �6,000.

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That is better, isn't it? Yes. next? Rear admiral, we need to keep

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that. Really? Yeah. I think you're right, because did word "admiral"

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just dictates it's important. think we should get rid of

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commodore. Yeah, commodore would be our next choice, please. Commodore.

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Thank you very much. Your secret fortune tonight will not be:

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�14,000. Right. APPLAUSE

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That's fine. That's fine. Fine. Well, that seemed all right, didn't

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it? You'd kind of reasoned your way to which one you were going to keep,

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didn't you? Yeah, we did. Eliminate commander as our next option.

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you very much. Envelope 23 has been eliminated and thrown in the bin.

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Your secret fortune tonight will not be: � 500.

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Very well done. Yeah. So the minimum you could go home with

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tonight is �2,000. That's really good news, isn't it? Fantastic.

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What was the most you threw away in that round? I think it was 14.

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�14,000. So computer, which of Yes!

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LAUGHTER For you at home, here's the correct

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order of all four answer. As a result, you have the top answer

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there, which means in this envelope is more than... 14, yeah.

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Envelope 16 could be your secret There are only four envelopes left,

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so let's bring them into play - Which of these legendary BBC TV

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anchors read the news for the Computer, please allocate the

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envelopes to the answers. What do you think? I don't recognise the

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name Martin Lewis. Michael Buerk I recognise. Stuart I recognise from

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Radio Two. Angela Rippon is one to keep. Really? I think so. I don't

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think she has been in that role for a long time. I think she's

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potentially one of the least. get rid of Angela. Let's get rid of

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her simply because I can't remember her being on the news for many

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years. Lovely, envelope five. Your secret fortune tonight will not be:

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� 2,000. Good. APPLAUSE

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Right. Where do we go now? Moira Stuart, Michael Buerk, two

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favourites for us. I think we should eliminate Martyn Lewis

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because we have no connection with him or no evidence, so we'd like to

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get rid of him. Lovely. Thank you. Your secret fortune tonight will

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not be: �10,000. APPLAUSE

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That's all right. That's all right. I personally want to keep Michael,

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but I - then we'd want to get rid of Moira. They're both big names,

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and I think they've both done it for almost equal time, so it's a

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50/50 flick. Can we eliminate Moira Stuart, please. Envelope six, Moira

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Stuart. Thank you very much. Your secret fortune tonight will not be:

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�18,000. APPLAUSE

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That's all right. Good. Not bad. It's not wonderful, but it's not

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the worst thing that could have happened there, and you're left

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with envelope 18 and the answer Michael Buerk. Now, the other

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interesting thing about this point is if you're right and you have the

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top answer, this is worth more than �18,000, which means it must be one

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of two amounts, yes? Let's find out. Computer, what was the top answer?

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Ah, it was Moira Stuart. For you at home, here is the correct order for

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all four answers. Out of a matter of interest, Moira Stuart read the

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news for 26 years. Wow. Anyway, envelope 18 could be your

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secret fortune tonight. Right. Now, then, when you started,

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you had 24 envelopes. You now have six contains �5,000, �7,000,

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�12,000, �16,000, �40,000 and still there in one of those envelopes is

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�50,000. APPLAUSE

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That's a good deal. Thank you. of those amounts will be your

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secret fortune. You've picked your numbers, and we know that you've

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picked your numbers at home. Grab your lottery tickets. It's time to

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go over to lottery HQ for the Thunderball draw. See you in a

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moment. APPLAUSE

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Yes, 18 minutes to 9.00pm. Welcome to lottery HQ. Here is the stunning

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Myleene Klass. You're stunning, Alan. What a tough game it has been

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so far for Charlotte and David. I am just glad they have managed to

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hold on to some big sums of money. Speaking of big money, we've got

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your chance to win big at home. In a moment we'll have Thunderball. A

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little later, we have the big Thunderball draw which tonight

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boasts a double rollover jackpot, but first, voting is now over for

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the finalists from this year's National Lottery Awards, the annual

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search for the lottery's favourite funded projects. Over the coming

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weeks we'll show you the finalists that need your vote. Anyone can

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cast a vote. It's quick and easy. That's what you always say. We

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showed you the Heritage finalists, and tonight is the health category,

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which aims to promote our physical, mental and health well being. Here

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When I was 12 years old, I was bullied at school. That's where it

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all started from. I wanted to help young people who were both

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vulnerable and abused, not only by bullies but also at home. Young

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people realised bullying was a major issues, but what they were

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more worried about was staying fit and healthy. The Be Healthy

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programme is helpful because it takes them through a step process,

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eating healthily, staying within a budget and how to tackle obesity

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and exercise. I am now the lead Be Healthy trainer teaching other

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young people, and I go out into youth clubs, communities. We go to

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cafes as well. It feels great to see young people improving their

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health. It's great that we have had the funding from the lottery to

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fund this project. Looking at Lea and Luke and myself and how much

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it's helped us and how much we've achieved because of this funding -

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they helped me to build my life up and realise I can do something

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different. It is changing the lives of young people, from it being one

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young person to 1,500 every year A very nice. We will be showing you

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the other two members of the category and telling you how you

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can vote. Right now, it is time to find out if Lady Luck has voted for

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you tonight. It is time for would. Said appals number two was

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chosen at randomly with the machine Excalibur. -- set of balls. Good

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luck to you all. Here we go. The first one, 28. We're onto a good

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start. Next up... Which is it to be? The 39 balls to pick from in

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this machine. Three opportunities each week to play the game.

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Wednesdays, Fridays and of course, Saturdays. The last ball from this

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first machine is next. OK, get that second machine moving now, Julie.

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If you have matched with all v numbers so far, you are just one

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number of way from winning Thunderball's top prize of half a

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million pounds. There is also a cash prize for matching the

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Thunderball on its own. Just one away! Watched closely! Here are

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tonight's Thunderball numbers again in descending order. -- ascending

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order. Thank you. That is it for the moment but we will be back very

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soon with the lottery draw and a final two projects in this year's

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National Lottery Awards, with details of how to vote. First, I am

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going to check if Alan has some stunning shoes on! Back to Secret

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Welcome back to Secret Fortune. Charlotte and David have envelopes

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in front of them containing these De you have any idea where but the

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money is? I have lost track. We are going to take those envelopes over

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and give them a shuffle. You have worked really hard to keep these

:33:24.:33:28.

envelopes in play but over the next five questions, you are going to

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throw away five until you are left with the one which will be your

:33:32.:33:42.
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secret fortune. Let's see the question. Remember, from here on

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incoming you can only throw away one envelope for each question, and

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here are the answers. -- from here on in, you can only throw away. Six

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islands and six amounts. The computer has given the lowest

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amount of money to the smallest island. Give me the smallest island

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and the amount of money goes in the bin. Give me the biggest and

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�50,000 goes into the bin. What is it going to be? Cuba, quite a big

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island. Madagascar sounds small. Yeah, I was drawn to Madagascar.

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think Iceland, Ireland are pretty round. I think Madagascar could be

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the one. If we talk ourselves out of it we are going to kick

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ourselves. So, the answer is...? Madagascar. I had an inkling on

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Number 10. Sir when I asked the computer, we don't want to see

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16. I will reveal what is inside it and it goes in the bin. Your secret

:35:14.:35:24.
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fortune tonight will not be... �50,000. A oh! The art is amazing.

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I am afraid that goes in the bin. Let's have a look at the correct

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order and C why that is the case. Madagascar by far and away the

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largest. The smallest watch for Lanka. It is done and gone, no

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point in looking at it now. -- the smallest was re Lanka. -- Sri Lanka.

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If hmm... I love Brian Reynolds. He did really well. Gemma Clarke said

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to him, you are not only good- looking, but you are a good driver.

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And I think Tom Cruise is out there as well. You think he did well? I

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have think if we say Matt Le Blanc, that is in the middle. Which

:36:29.:36:39.
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envelope do you not want to see? 10! Oh, my God! Would you pass me

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envelopeNumber 10, please? Your secret fortune tonight will not

:36:50.:37:00.
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be... �40,000. A oh, my God! Or what are we like?! I don't think I

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have seen the top two amounts go in the first two questions. Let's look

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at the order and C why that is the Let's take a look at the next

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He did's think of the US Open. Golf is a very old game. -- let's think.

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I think snooker is older than football as a world thing. I am

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happy to go with snooker, if you want. I agree with you. I think

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snooker is the one we are happiest with. Computer, please tell us

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which envelopeis attached to the Your secret fortune tonight will

:38:19.:38:29.
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not be... �7,000. That's fine! That's fine! And nice to see one go

:38:35.:38:39.

from the left-hand side of the screen. Let's have a look at the

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order. The World Cup was the one you were looking for. You were

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right to keep away from the other one. From the start, you have been

:38:55.:39:01.

really positive. �16,000 means �8,000 each. He it would be

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fantastic. It would allow us to do all sorts of things. Me and my wife

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are both 50 next year, and war we used to do when the children were

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younger was have extended holidays. -- what we used to do. A figure

:39:19.:39:23.

like that would mean we could join the rest of the family and they

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could join us if they wanted to and we could celebrate in style. That

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sounds like a great thing to do with the money. Here's the next

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I think Julie Andrews might be the first... She's a big name but she

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came away from the limelight and went back in. Yes, she had that

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throat problem. I don't recall Julie Andrews becoming a game. I do

:40:01.:40:07.

recall Judi Dench. And Maggie Smith, I have no recollection at all. It

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is in the memory bank. They don't go back that far! I am happy to go

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with that. I think we are both agreeing we would like to go with

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Dame Judi Dench. Computer, please tell us which envelope number is

:40:25.:40:35.
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attached to Dame Judi Dench. Envelope number 18. A bank you!

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thank you. Your secret fortune tonight will not be... �16,000!

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what does that tell you? Well, to be fair, it tells made the only way

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you're taking that home is if you empty the bins! That was tough!

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Let's look at the correct order. There it is at the top. She was the

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one you were looking for. So we have two envelopes left. One will

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be your secret fortune. Very soon, we will find out which one it is

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going to be. But now we go over to Lottery HQ. Maybe you will be lucky.

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I can't believe they have lost all that money. They could still enjoy

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a great birthday bash with that 12 grand, though, so not too bad.

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Here's hoping, and you at home could be enjoying some pretty big

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celebrations with a win on tonight's double Lotto rollover

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draw, just moments away. First, though, it's time to show you the

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remaining two finalists short listed in the health category in

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this year's National Lottery Awards. First up, it's Bionic Ear Show.

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It's a show about how hearing works, so people can understand what they

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need to do to protect it. It also gives an insight into what people

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go through when something goes wrong with their hearing or their

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hearing breaks down. Most people know they have an eardrum and canal,

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but beyond that people are quite unknowledgeable, so we fill in that

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gap. One of my sons has problems with his hearing, so it was quite

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interesting to me to be able to sit and see what it was and where it

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actually went because although the surgeon explained it's all a bit of

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a whirlwind at the time, but I think actually, education for all

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there - that wasn't just the children that were involved. All

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the adults in the room were quite fascinated. Without this National

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Lottery funding, we wouldn't be able to take this show across the

:42:55.:42:59.

country. We as a team don't have a doubt that the show is really

:42:59.:43:06.

changing people's lives. If we didn't have lottery funding,

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there's 70-odd-thousand people out there who would not know how

:43:09.:43:14.

important their hearing was. There would be people out there with ear

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infections thinking it will just go away, not realising they're going

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deaf by their own inaction and lack of knowledge, so we are making a

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huge definitive difference the people's lives.

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APPLAUSE Great work there. Now, we'll be

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giving details of how to work for your favourite project after we

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have shown you the final film, which is Bogside and Brandwell

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Health Forum. When my dad retired at 65, I don't

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know what to do with myself. Couch potato. He stayed home. He weighed

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nearly 16 stone, suffered a bout of depression. I have a back problem

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as well, so my mobility is kind of affected. I had a triple bypass

:43:57.:44:02.

almost three years ago. I could hardly walk to the front door

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without having to stop. I felt terrible. What am I going to do,

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you know? What sort of outlook have I got? The centres engage older

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people in physical activity. It's about coming along here. It's about

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meeting different people and taking part in activity that you thought

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that was past you by 20 or 30 years. If somebody had said to me six

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months ago, you have a boat out there - I would say, no, not me.

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It's somebody else. I would never do that. Exercise and health

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programmes are worth their weight in gold in terms of the health

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impact they can make on individuals no matter what their health

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condition. It's done so much for me. The last time I was 12 stone was

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when I got married. I am 64. I feel a bit 34. I have changeded my life.

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I lost two-and-a-half stone. wasn't able to give up playing with

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my grandchildren. I'll wait a wee bit longer to enjoy my life.

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Looking good. There you have it. You have shown you all the projects

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in the category of Health. It's up Next week we'll showcase the three

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finalists for the sports category. But before you go anywhere, let's

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bring you tonight's Lotto big jackpot tonight? Mighty Myleene,

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tonight's rollover jackpot has been estimated at - get this - �11.3

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million. I am getting it. Take it away. Release those balls, please.

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We're using Guinevere and set of balls number seven. There were

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still hundreds of thousands of Viners last time. Congratulations

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if you were a lucky mid-week winner. Myleene. Julie, is Guinevere ready?

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 56 seconds

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from us here. Diane Borg is back Wednesday night with the midweek

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draws. Matt Johnson is here Friday for a special Euro millions night

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where the jackpot will be an estimated - get this - �80 million.

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It's OJ Saturday on the weekend with the National Lottery Awards in

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the sports category. That's at 8.05pm. Alan will bring you the

:47:44.:47:49.

results of the Lotto rollover - he's getting ready - after Nick and

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Secret Fortune. We'll see you after Welcome back to Secret Fortune

:47:57.:48:00.

where Charlotte and David now just have two envelopes in front of them.

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One contains �5,000. The other contains �12,000. Let's find out

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what the deciding question is, You like your music? Yes. Yes.

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Remember, the computer has allocated the song that has topped

:48:31.:48:34.

the charts for the fewest weeks to the smallest amount of money. Give

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me the correct answer, and I put the �5,000 in the bin. What do you

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think? Yeah. I think Love is All Around was Wet, Wet Wet, was it?

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think so. A UK band - Whitney Houston, I Will Always Love You. Am

:48:51.:49:00.

I right there? Yeah. It's Body Guard, isn't it? A massive - I

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don't know. Listen. If you are happy... I'm happy. Let's just go

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with I Will Always Love You - because I will always love you,

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whatever happens. AUDIENCE: Ahh. I think that's the

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one we need to keep definitely. Love is All Around. Thank you,

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Charlotte. Thank you, David. Love is All Around. OK. You have no idea

:49:26.:49:31.

which way around the amounts are in the envelopes. Computer will, you

:49:32.:49:38.

please tell us which envelope is attached to the answer Love Is All

:49:38.:49:44.

Around - envelope four. Four. That's the last envelope you will

:49:44.:49:48.

throw away tonight, which means that envelope eight is your secret

:49:48.:49:58.
:49:58.:49:58.

fortune. Would you like to pick it up and come with me? Oh. Oh. Yeah.

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Smashing. Now, envelope four is at this stage redundant and of no

:50:03.:50:06.

interest because what we're all really interested in is how much

:50:06.:50:10.

you're taking home. Yeah. I hope this is the �12,000 because that's

:50:10.:50:15.

one of the worst runs I have seen of luck in a final so far. Your

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�5,000. Ahh. Never mind. Let's have a look inside here -

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inside every envelope is a cheque and has been with your names on, so

:50:46.:50:51.

here is a cheque made out to the two of you for �5,000. Who would

:50:51.:50:55.

like that? Charlotte can. You can take that. You hang on to the

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envelope. There are a couple of things we need to clear up, OK? So

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the difference between Love is All Around and Wet Wet Wet and Whitney

:51:03.:51:09.

Houston's I Will Always Love You - five weeks to difference. It was a

:51:09.:51:13.

tough one. They were both at number one for a long time. The other

:51:13.:51:16.

thing is all envelopes we open during the course of the show, so

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here, of course, is the �12,000. Have you enjoyed yourselves at

:51:20.:51:23.

least? Absolutely brilliant. It has been brilliant, the whole

:51:23.:51:27.

experience - meeting everybody - it has been fabulous. Well, that is

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�5,000 of real money which is yours and you're taking away. Ladies and

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gentlemen, they have been fantastic contestants, haven't they?

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APPLAUSE Charlotte and David are leaving

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with �5,000. Join us again next week when two more people will be

:51:41.:51:43.

discovering their secret fortune. Good night.

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APPLAUSE Oh, that was a hard game for

:51:48.:51:52.

High-tension quiz show hosted by Nick Knowles. Playing for a Secret Fortune in this episode are Charlotte and her father, David. They could walk away with as little as £100 or as much as £100,000. Will the generation gap be an advantage as they play for the top prize?

Features the National Lottery Saturday draws, including Lotto and Thunderball, presented by Myleene Klass.


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