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merchandising Chrissie and Joe retained their champions title.

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I have to tell you, Utah is on the list. You play for the money again.

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They played an incredible money list. St Pancras is a great answer.

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It's just won you ?25,000. Can anyone in the country beat them?

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It's time to find out on Who Dares Wins.

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APPLAUSE Hello and welcome to the National

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Lottery Who Dares Wins, the show where completing a series of lists

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can make you very rich. On who would, we put together teams of

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complete strangers and ask them to fill in missing answers on a list.

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If I asked you to name Clint Eastwood films, how many could you

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list? You might say Dirty Harry or the Good, the Bad and the Ugly. What

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about the Gauntlet? Is that on the list? That's what Who Dares Wins is

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all about. Can you play along at home. Gather friends and family

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around and shout the answers at the telly. That's properly interactive.

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It's that simple. Last week, our champions, Chrissie and Joe,

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remained undefeated once again. No-one has come close to stealing

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their crown. So far, across this series and the last, they've beaten

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ten sets of contestants, played 23 lists, given over 230 correct

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answers and won ?155,000. Who or what will stop them? Please welcome

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back Chrissie and Joe! APPLAUSE

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how are you? Not bad. I think what we should do is re-introduce you for

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those people who haven't got to know you. Chrissie, tell us where you're

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from and what you do? I'm from Black Rod and I'm a a merchandising. ?

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Near Bolton. It's a lovely, little village. You've hardly got an accent

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at all (! ) I think I talk very posh. Some people would agree with

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you, in Black Rod. I'm from Canterbury originally and living in

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London. I work in public public health. 55,000, it's ridiculous.

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It's fabulous. Long may it last for you. You will have to beat another

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couple of challengers. In the meantime, champions, please make

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your way to the sound-proof pod. APPLAUSE

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Chrissie and Joe may be heading for another big win, but maybe they

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won't, because they'll have to beat another new set of challengers.

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First, please welcome to the stage Kim and David.

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APPLAUSE Hello David. Pleased to meet you.

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Nice to meet you Kim and David. Kim, let's learn about you. Where are you

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from? Originally from Dublin. Now I live in London. I have been for 12

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years. Husband and two children. Let's find out about your partner

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here. David, where are you from and what do you do? I live in

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Shrewsbury, but I come from a place near Swansea. I'm in the Royal Air

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near Swansea. I'm in theRoyal Air Royal Air Force. You the people to

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stop this run from the champions? I think so, we need some new faces.

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Losing is not an option. Exactly. Lovely. Kim, David, please make your

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way to the sound-proof pod. APPLAUSE

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The teams are in their pods. When the pods turn red, like so, they are

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completely sound proof. They can't hear anything I or their opponents

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are saying. They'll only be able to hear what's happening and going on

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when I turn their pods on, like this, and they turn blue. In a

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moment I will give the teams a list. Whichever team bids more will get to

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play. If they reach their target, they win the list. If they fail,

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their opponents win. The first to win two lists gets to play for

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?50,000. Seems simple. Teams, if you're ready, the first list tonight

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is... British boxing world champions since 19363. We are -- 1963. We are

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looking for any male British boxer to win a WBC, IBF, or WBO World

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Championship title since 1963 in any weight category. Please note, the

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list includes the names of boxers who were not born in the UK, but

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represented the country when they won their respective title. This

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list was compiled by the boxing historian raffle Oats and is --

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Ralph Oats. Champions, for the moment, I will switch you off so you

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can't hear anything. There they go. So, boxing, how do we

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feel about this one? It's not my sport. No, me neither. It's going to

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be a struggle, I think. We need to be daring though and push them to it

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really. I would go for maybe five. Five. Opening bid of five. Thank you

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very much. Chrissie, Joe, how do we feel about boxing? You pick up

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names. These people are all celebrities. Kim and David have gone

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five. Eight? Yeah. The champions say eight. I think we should get them to

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name them. Or shall we push it up one more? No, I think they'll make

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us name them. Name them, OK. Chrissie, Joe, Kim and David's blue

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light is still on, because they have said name them. It's time to play

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the first list on who who. -- on Who Dares Wins.

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So, foyer away with the first -- fire away with the first. Henry

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Cooper. Was he a champion, I know he fought Muhammad Ali when he was a

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champion. Let's leave him off the list. I know Lennox Lewis

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represented Britain when he won. He's on the list. David Haye, recent

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heavyweight. Yeah. Also on the list. Rickie hatton. Yeah, fine, Rickie

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Hatten. It's your third correct answer. Joe Calzaghe. Yeah, he's on

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the list. It takes you to halfway.. Nigel Ben. As your fifth correct

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answer. How are we feeling? Slightly

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nervous. Frank Bruno. How sure are you of that? World champion? There's

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lots of World Championship belts flying around with boxing. He might

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have picked one up. On the list, it's your sixth correct answer. If

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he's not you'll have given the list away to Kim and David. I can tell

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you, Frank Bruno... Is on the list. Very well played. Just two to go.

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Bolton's favourite son. Amir Khan. Is he a world champion? Has he been

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a world champion? Yes, he has. He is on the list. You are just one away

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from taking the first list. Carl Froch. I think so. Yeah, we're

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happy with that. If he's on the list, you've taken the first list

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and put the pressure on. If he's not, you've given away the first

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list. You talked about Henry Cooper, if you had said that, you'd have

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lost the list. You talked about awedly Harrison, if you'd have gone

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for that, you'd have lost the list. In the end, you went for Carl Froch.

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We accepted your pronunciation of "frock" as Froch. It's a knockout

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punch in this list, certainly, you've won this list. You go 1-0 up.

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Very well played. An unfinished list is unfinished business. I'm sure

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you've been shouting at the screen. There are plenty of them around. All

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you needed was eight. Eight is what you got. You've taken the list. One

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more and you are through to play for the money. Kim, David, you have got

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to win the next list, whatever happens, to push it to a tie-break.

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The second list is... Artists who recorded Radio 2's top 100 albums.

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We are looking for the names of the 100 artists on BBC Radio two's 2013

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top 100 favourites albums poll. Over 100,000 listeners voted, picking

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their favourite albums from a short list of Radio 2's most played

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albums. We are looking for the names of the artist, not the name of the

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album. The list features solo artists, duos and groups from the

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1950s, to the present day. OK, champions, you get to start the

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bidding. For the moment, I'm going to turn Ofakim and David's pod --

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off Kim and David's pod. They go into silence, whilst I ask you how

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you feel about Radio 2? How will you play it? All the big bands from the

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60s, Beatles, Stones will be on there. I think we can go in quite

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big. OK. Like 12 or something like that. Yeah. 12. Thank you very much.

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Kim, David, Radio 2? Yeah, we do listen. An opening bid from the

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champions of 12. What do you make of that? 15? Yeah, 15. Thank you. Kim

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and David say 15. It's one of those where it's 100 albums, so how many

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actual acts is that? It could be about 50 artists. Then it starts to

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get ease why I to slip one in who's not on the list. Exactly. I don't

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know if we want to push them any further. No, I think they're trying

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to push us. Shall we tell them to nail them. I think 15 is ambitious.

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They can have it. Yes, please. Kim, David, you'll see that the blue

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light is on behind me, that's because the champions have said

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"name them". It's time to play the second list on Who Dares Wins.

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You'll have to give me correct answers to force the tie-break. I

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think we start with the big ones. The Beatles. I have to tell you, you

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are absolutely right. Rolling Stones. Also on the list. Pink

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Floyd. You're right. Led Zeppelin, maybe? Yeah. Very good, it's on the

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list. Michael Jackson? Yes. Yeah, in at number five. Madonna. Yeah. Is it

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your sixth correct answer? Yes, it is. Coldplay? Coldplay, yeah. Up to

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number seven. Well played. It's looking good.

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We have to think about really, really prolific albums. Bat out of

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hell? Very good. That's a good one. Meat loaf. How sure are you about

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this one? Pretty sure. It was a big album, big time. Massive album.

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They've got to like it. Actually, yes, they do have to like it. He is

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on the list. You're over halfway. Fleetwood Mac. Brilliant. Massive

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album. Happy with that? Rumours is a brilliant album. It certainly is.

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It's on the list. Six more and you take the list and force the

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tie-break. Jimi Hendrix. OK. Is that going to take you to double figures?

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I don't know, Nick. Tell us. If he's there, you'll be one step closer. If

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he's not you'll have given the list away and indeed the game away to

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Chrissie and Joe. Kim, David, I have to tell you, Jimi

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Hendrix... Is not on the list. You've given the list away. The

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champions have won. APPLAUSE

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Well, Jimi Hendrix not on the list. Let's see the other ones you could

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have gone for: As a result, Chrissie and Joe, you

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are going through to play for more money. In the meantime, Kim and

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David, you went for it. But they are tough to beat. It has to be said.

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Very true. They seem to have a knack for knowing when to leave a list

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alone. Nonetheless, I hope you've enjoyed playing. We've loved having

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you. Let's hear it for Kim and David.

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APPLAUSE Chrissie and Joe, you dared and you

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won. You're the champions again. And now you're playing for another

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?50,000 on Who Dares Wins. Champions, congratulations on making

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it this far. You're back to play for some money again. A lot of money is

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what we're talking about. You have ?155,000 banked already and another

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?50,000 on offer. You are within touching distance now of being the

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highest winners ever on Who Dares Wins. If you continue to stay on the

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show at this rate, you'll need to get an agent. You are currently the

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most famous person from Blackpool. Probably, helpfully. Let's see how

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much exactly you could earn on tonight's money list. I'm going to

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give you a list and you must fill in the gaps. Give me three answers and

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you'll get ?5,000. Six answers, and I'll give you ?10,000. Nine answers,

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?15,000. 12 answers, we're talking about ?25,000. And give me all 15

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answers and you will bank yourselves a cool ?50,000. But, here's the rub.

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Make a mistake at any point, and it's game over and you drop right

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back down to zero and take nothing back home with you out of this game.

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Let's play for the money. The list is... Countries visited by Michael

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Palin. We're looking for the names of any countries visited by Michael

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Palin during his seven globe trotting BBC travel shows. Please

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note, we are not including his TV series Brazil, because he only

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visited one country in that show. This is according to the official

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website of Palin's travels. Have you watched any of the shows? I watched

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Around The World In 80 Days when I was a kid. Yeah. I watched that one.

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It will be interesting to see how we go. We lose nothing by heading off

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towards ?5,000 because you lose nothing if you make a mistake

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towards it. Let's have the first answer. Where shall we start off.

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Must have started in the UK. United Kingdom. A very good place to start,

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it is on the list. Then you go on to somewhere in Europe. He must have

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gone straight to France, maybe? Yeah. France is your answer. Is it a

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good answer or bad answer? It's on the list. It's a good answer. One

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more and you get ?5,000. We could name things... He went to Spain. Oh,

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yeah. OK if Spain is on the list, you've won ?5,000. If it's not you

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win nothing on this money round. Chrissie, Joe, Spain... Is on the

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list. You've just won ?5,000. So you fancy going on? You have to

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find three more answers. You risk the ?5,000 if you do. The USA is

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definite. He must have gone to China? He went to India. If he went

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to Tibet he must have gone to China. Are you pressing on? Yes, please.

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Yes. They're pressing on, ladies and gentleman. So, let's have your

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fourth answer. India. India. Has he been to India? Yes, he has. China?

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Huge country. You'd think he would have gone there. And he did. It's on

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the list. One more gets you to ?10,000. USA.

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You're both confident? Yeah. If you're right it's ?10,000. If you're

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wrong, you've just lost ?5,000. Chrissie, Joe... You've just won

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?10,000. APPLAUSE

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The question is now, would you like to risk that money in order to get

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to ?15,000? You need to be confident of three more answers. It's one of

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those things that there must be so many countries on the list. What

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country is the Himalayas in? Where did hemming way go? Do you want to

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risk it? Let's put some in the kitty please. You're stopping there? Are

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you sure? Yeah. Discretion being the better part of valour, they've

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decided to stop on ?10,000. APPLAUSE

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That's yours no matter what else happens. That's waiting to be spent

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along with the ?155,000 that you've already earned, making a grand total

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of ?165,000. The largest ever win for a pairing

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is ?170,000. You are ?5,000 away. If you'd have told us that, we'd have

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gone for it. I didn't that it appropriate to tell you at that

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point. Answers you could have gone for: It doesn't have to end there,

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on Who Dares Wins, the more you keep winning, the more you continue to

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earn. You just have to beat another set of challengers and get a crack

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at a new money list and another ?50,000. You've played fantastically

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well and I think you were brave to stop to make sure you had the money.

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Please return to your pod. Can the champions be knocked off

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their perch? Please welcome Clare and Darren.

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APPLAUSE Let me ask the question straight

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away, are you going to be the pairing that finally beats these

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champions? Yes. Enough is enough. Yes. So let's find out about you.

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Clare, where are you from? Southampton. And what do you do? I'm

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a primary school teacher in year 3/4, eight and nine-year-olds.

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They're just getting interesting at that stage. They're eeger to please

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and -- eager to please and happy. What would you spend the money on?

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My daughter has to go to Disneyland. She's just four. We won't let anyone

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near her hair. It's got to be long. Yeah, Disney princesses all the way.

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We know where the money is going there. Tell us about yourself. I'm

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from Blackpool and I'm a pinot teacher. In fact you teach -- piano

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teacher. You teach youngsters to play piano and guitar. The youngest

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is about six and the oldest is 65. A lot of people say they fancied

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trying it. I try not to turn anyone away. Try something new. Do you have

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family? My wife, Lisa and two boys, Dylan and Sid. Where does the money

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go? Presumably on the boys? I did say if we won money we maybe go to

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New York. I've been promising that for a while and then fly them home

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and me and the wife go to Vegas. Nice, a special time together.

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They're old enough to fly on their own, so off you go. Fingers crossed

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that you can make this interesting. Challengers, please make your way to

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your sound proof pod. If are you ready, let's play Who

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Dares Wins. Your first list is... London stage productions 2012. We

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are looking for the names of any of the 325 shows that were performed

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across London's major venues in 2012, please note, each show will

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only appear once on the list. And the list includes the diverse range

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of plays and musicals performed across London's venues from the West

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End to the National Theatre, Shakespeare's Globe and the Royal

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Opera House. This is according to the don theatre. Challengers, you

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get to bid first. Champions, for a short while, I will switch your pod

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off. Fancy this one? What do you think? There's a lot. Have you seen

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any of them? Not really. Were you in the West End in 2012. There's a few

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we could give a stab at, nine or ten? Let's go for ten. There's 325.

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There's quite a lot. We'll say ten. The challengers say ten. How do we

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feel about this one? Don't go to the theatre quite as much, but I get the

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underground and everything tends to be advertised there. Up on the

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posters, yeah. I think we can go higher. Yeah? 12. 12. Clare, Darren,

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the champions say 12. OK, they're probably bluffing as well. Let's go

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back with 14. Yeah, OK. They say 14. That's a lot. I think they can slip

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up. I think... Let them name them. They can have a go.

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You're going to have trouble with this pairing or not? Yeah, I think

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they look strong actually. I wouldn't be surprise today they're

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the ones who knock us off the perch. No. At this stage, that's an early

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shout. Clare, Darren, you'll notice that the light is on behind me and

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the light is blue, which means they have said to you, "name them". It's

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time to play the first list on Who Dares Wins.

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14 answers correct is what I require. Let's have number one.

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Let's try Les Mis rabble. -- Miserable. It is there. It's been on

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tour. It was in the West End for a long time. Yeah, Mamma Mia. It is on

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the list. Brilliant. I'm pretty sure that the Queen musical, We Will Rock

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You. That's number three. Pretty sure that at the new London

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theatre War Horse is on. It's going on tour this year. I'm accepting

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that as your answer. It is on the list. Brilliant. I was in London

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recently, and I think that Matilda was on. Definitely. It gets you to

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number five. Chugging along nicely here. Tom chambers musical Top Hat

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has had a change... What about... We'll come to that in a second.

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That's a top answer. Wicked. You're right. It gets you to halfway.

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Nervous champs? No, these are the obvious ones. Viva Forever. It is on

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the list. Oh, brilliant. Two gufers in one. -- Guvners one. I think it's

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called a Man with Two Guvners. You've gone with that one. How sure

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are you about that t? I've seen it, but I can't remember if that's the

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exact title. If it's on the list, you'll be one step closer to winning

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the first list, if it's not on the list, you'll have handed the first

:26:57.:27:01.

list to Chrissie and Joe. Clare, Darren, the Man with Two

:27:02.:27:12.

Guvners is not on the list. The first list goes to the

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champions. APPLAUSE

:27:21.:27:22.

This is tough. But it's one of those things. You were thinking of One

:27:23.:27:35.

Man, Two Guvners. Let's look at some of the other answers:

:27:36.:28:04.

A lesson learned there, perhaps. Chrissie and Joe you've taken the

:28:05.:28:09.

first list. You need just one more list and you'll be through to play

:28:10.:28:13.

for ?50,000 again. Clare and Darren, it's crucial that you understand,

:28:14.:28:16.

you have to win the next list to take it to a tie-break. The second

:28:17.:28:27.

list is... Live at the Apollo comedians. We are looking for the

:28:28.:28:29.

name of any comedian that has appeared as a performer on the BBC

:28:30.:28:34.

comedy show live at the Apollo, since its first episode in September

:28:35.:28:39.

2014. We require first names and surnames for each answer. We require

:28:40.:28:42.

the comedians real name rather than the name of any character that they

:28:43.:28:47.

portray. This is according to the IMDB pro web site and is accurate to

:28:48.:28:52.

29 November, 2013. Champions, you get to bid first, challengers, I

:28:53.:28:58.

will switch you off. What do you feel about this one? Do you watch

:28:59.:29:03.

Live at the Apollo? I don't, I'm afraid. All the big comedians are on

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it. Yeah, since 2004. If you name any comedian, they've probably been

:29:10.:29:16.

on. I don't know, ten? Yeah, ten. Clare, Darren, opening bid of ten

:29:17.:29:21.

from the champions. Do you fancy this one? I've seen it occasionally.

:29:22.:29:25.

Have you seen it? Good Saturday night viewing. Watch a good quiz

:29:26.:29:29.

first and then go on to that. Exactly! Ten is the opening bid.

:29:30.:29:32.

What do you make this afternoon? They can probably go higher, we're

:29:33.:29:36.

not going to go too high next. What do you think? 12? Yeah, I think so.

:29:37.:29:45.

The bid has come back to you at 12. If you go above 12 you're really

:29:46.:29:51.

going into guessing territory. Let's throw it back and see if they'll

:29:52.:29:55.

slip. Let them play again? Over to them. The champions say - name them.

:29:56.:30:02.

It's time to play the second list on Who Dares Wins.

:30:03.:30:10.

12 required, let's get started. Your first answer please. Michael

:30:11.:30:17.

Macintire. That's a solid one. He is on the list. John Bishop. Also on

:30:18.:30:32.

the list. Jo Brand. Has Jo Brand appeared at Live at the Apollo? Yes

:30:33.:30:40.

she has. Sarah Millican. Fourth correct answer. I think so. Ed

:30:41.:30:53.

Byrne. And you're right. Yes. Frankie boil. Also -- Boyle. Also on

:30:54.:31:07.

the list. Alan Carr. It's a great answer. And Jimmy Carr. Also there.

:31:08.:31:16.

And gets you to eight. Just four required. Dara O'Briain. You're

:31:17.:31:31.

right. He is on the list. How are you feeling champions? OK.

:31:32.:31:35.

Comfortable? Yeah. You still think they'll slip up? Yeah. I think he's

:31:36.:31:45.

lesser known, but Stephen KAmos. How sure are you of this one? I'm not

:31:46.:31:50.

100% sure, but I'm pretty sure I've seen him on it. You said you'd seen

:31:51.:31:56.

him! I'm never 100% sure when I'm in a television studio. To be fair, you

:31:57.:32:00.

could be not 100% sure of your own name at this stage. I know what you

:32:01.:32:04.

mean. If he's there, he takes you to double figures. If he's not, you've

:32:05.:32:09.

given the list and the game away to the champions and they remain

:32:10.:32:15.

champions. Clare, Darren, I have to tell you... Is not a bad answer.

:32:16.:32:22.

It's a good answer. He is on the list.

:32:23.:32:34.

Russell Howard. That's a good run. -- That's a good one. If you're

:32:35.:32:38.

right, you're one away from winning this list. And you are right. What's

:32:39.:32:48.

the one who is very dry. The older one? I know... I know who has been

:32:49.:32:57.

on it,al Murray. -- Al Murray has been on the programme. That's your

:32:58.:33:02.

12th answer. If he has appeared Live at the apolio, you'll have --

:33:03.:33:06.

Apollo, you'll have won this list and force the champions to a

:33:07.:33:10.

tie-break for the first time in a long time. If he's not, you've given

:33:11.:33:13.

away the list. Chrissie and Joe are champions again.

:33:14.:33:20.

Clare, Darren, I have to tell you, Al Murray... Is on the list.

:33:21.:33:29.

You've won the second list. Yeah, come on! Those of you watching

:33:30.:33:38.

at home, you will want to know some of the other names:

:33:39.:33:51.

Fwheer unusual territory for the champions here. It's been a while

:33:52.:33:58.

seen you've been in a tie-break. What happens? I'm about to explain.

:33:59.:34:02.

Just don't answer anything. Sudden death tie-break time. To decide

:34:03.:34:06.

which team goes through to play for the money. It's like a penalty

:34:07.:34:09.

shootout, we go back-and-forth, between the teams until one team

:34:10.:34:13.

gives a correct answer and the other gives a wrong answer. Be careful

:34:14.:34:18.

what you say, both of your pods are open throughout. So you can be

:34:19.:34:28.

heard. The tie-break list is... Ball sports at the summer Olympics. We

:34:29.:34:34.

are looking for any ball sport that will feature at the 2016 Olympic

:34:35.:34:40.

Games in Brazil. We do not consider a shot putt to be a ball. Therefore

:34:41.:34:44.

athletics will not be included on the list. This is according to the

:34:45.:34:50.

official Olympics website. We start with you challengers. Football. Is

:34:51.:34:59.

on the list. Very well done. I need an answer from the champions.

:35:00.:35:06.

Basketball. You draw equal. It is on the list.

:35:07.:35:12.

I go back to Clare and Darren. Handball. It is on the list. Hockey.

:35:13.:35:31.

You draw level. Tennis. It's on the list.

:35:32.:35:41.

Table tennis. Also on the list. It's eefb Stephens again. Volleyball.

:35:42.:35:46.

If that's there, you take the lead. It is there.

:35:47.:35:55.

In Brazil, you have to have a beach, so beach volleyball. It's good logic

:35:56.:36:06.

and it is on the list. Water polo. I have to tell you, your

:36:07.:36:11.

whisper was comfortably audible. Just as well she said yes. It's on

:36:12.:36:19.

the list. Do you have another sport for me? In terms of what was at

:36:20.:36:24.

London, that's all there. Unless there's something I'm missing. The

:36:25.:36:28.

pressure is on the champions. I need them to come up with a ball sport in

:36:29.:36:36.

the summer Olympics to draw level again. There's possibly baseball,

:36:37.:36:43.

but I don't know know , want to say that or polo? Polo. If that's on the

:36:44.:36:48.

list, the pressure goes back on Clare and Darren. If it's not on the

:36:49.:36:55.

list, you'll have lost this tie-break and your champions' crown.

:36:56.:37:04.

Chrissie, Joe... I have to tell you, polo... Is not on the list.

:37:05.:37:18.

We have new champions. Well, well, well. What a game that was.

:37:19.:37:28.

Incredibly, you thought these two might knock you off your perch, and

:37:29.:37:31.

that's how it turned out. In the end, there were only three other

:37:32.:37:36.

answers on that list. Now rugby, gymnastics, and the other one that

:37:37.:37:40.

might surprise you is golf. Do you know, 25 lists you played in

:37:41.:37:51.

total, ?165,000, that's ?82,500 each. When you walked in here, due

:37:52.:37:56.

honestly think that there was any chance at all that your life would

:37:57.:38:00.

change the way it is now? No, not for a second, but it's been

:38:01.:38:04.

brilliant. Loved every minute of it. Absolutely brilliant. We have loved

:38:05.:38:09.

having you. You have been great sports, ?165,000 they leave with.

:38:10.:38:14.

Let's hear it for our ex-champions, Chrissie and Joe.

:38:15.:38:20.

APPLAUSE Clare and Darren, you dared, you

:38:21.:38:26.

won. And now you're playing for ?50,000.

:38:27.:38:33.

APPLAUSE Clare and Darren are about to play

:38:34.:38:40.

the money list, where they could win ?50. -- ?50,000. It's time for

:38:41.:38:46.

tonight's Thunderball draw from the National Lottery. See you in a mo.

:38:47.:38:59.

Thank you Nick, hello everyone and welcome to the National Lottery

:39:00.:39:05.

Live. Hope you've had a good week. We've just seen Chrissie and Joe

:39:06.:39:12.

being dethroned. Well done, a huge amount. Their winning streak may

:39:13.:39:15.

have come to an end, but yours could be about to start right here, right

:39:16.:39:20.

now. A little later we'll have this weekend's big Lotto draw and in just

:39:21.:39:25.

a moment, you'll have the chance to win ?500,000, courtesy of tonight's

:39:26.:39:30.

Thunderball. But before that, congratulations are in order for

:39:31.:39:34.

another winning duo, Doreen Haye and her son John from Middlesbrough

:39:35.:39:38.

scooped the entire rollover jackpot from last Saturday, after matching

:39:39.:39:42.

all six numbers. So Allen, how much did they win? Over 7. .5 million!

:39:43.:39:48.

Wow, that's incredible. I know that Doreen watching the show. Hello.

:39:49.:39:53.

Congratulations to you and of course to John on becoming our newest Lotto

:39:54.:40:01.

winners? Who will be next. I do hope so. It's time for the first of

:40:02.:40:05.

tonight's chances to boost those bank balances. Here's Thunderball.

:40:06.:40:16.

Matt, start up those machines. Our draw master tonight is Matt and

:40:17.:40:24.

tonight's draws are being overseen by an independent adjudicator. There

:40:25.:40:34.

have been over 431,000 winning tickets on Thunderball since last

:40:35.:40:38.

Saturday. Enjoy those winnings. Thank you very much Alan. Good luck

:40:39.:40:43.

everyone. Here we go. Eyes down, look in. Let's see how you get on

:40:44.:40:47.

this Saturday night. There's the first one. That is number 38. We are

:40:48.:40:51.

off to a good start. There are 39 balls in all in that machine. Next

:40:52.:40:58.

is number 33. There are three opportunities per week to play the

:40:59.:41:02.

game itself, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Next up number nine. And

:41:03.:41:08.

we need a couple more from this, our first machine. Here's the first of

:41:09.:41:15.

them. That's number 39. Finally, how about this next one, do you have

:41:16.:41:21.

this on your ticket? Number five. Excellent. Next, tonight's

:41:22.:41:27.

Thunderball. Now every ticket is still in play. Will yours be lucky?

:41:28.:41:33.

Time to find out. Absolutely, here we go. Round and round they go. We

:41:34.:41:37.

are looking for one of them to appear before us, number three.

:41:38.:41:42.

Here are tonight's Thunderball numbers again, this time in

:41:43.:41:43.

ascending order: Tonight's Lotto draw is coming up

:41:44.:42:01.

very soon. First it's now time to go back to Nick and Who Dares Wins,

:42:02.:42:05.

where two new faces, Clare and Darren, are in with a shot of

:42:06.:42:07.

winning ?50,000. See you shortly. Welcome back. We'll have more from

:42:08.:42:19.

the National Lottery later. First, we have new champions.

:42:20.:42:21.

Congratulations. APPLAUSE

:42:22.:42:27.

Isn't that good. It's really weird. It's been so long since we've had

:42:28.:42:32.

somebody new. Hopefully you will get used to us. Are you now in a

:42:33.:42:35.

position to earn yourselves a lot of money. It could be up to ?50,000.

:42:36.:42:46.

Consider your answers, consult and then tell me what you think. Let's

:42:47.:42:55.

play for the money. The list is... Greatest horror films. We're looking

:42:56.:43:01.

for the names of the 25 greatest horror films, as voted for in a 2012

:43:02.:43:09.

poll by Time Out magazine. Films from all eras are represented on the

:43:10.:43:15.

list. So greatest horror films. How do we feel about that? I hate horror

:43:16.:43:21.

films. I don't watch 18s, because they're too scary. I agree with you

:43:22.:43:25.

personally. I never have understood why people watch horror films. I

:43:26.:43:32.

know a few, in my head. I know some. I don't like them. My youngest son

:43:33.:43:38.

adores them and is studying them and will scream at the telly. Tune into

:43:39.:43:42.

him mentally now, see if he can help you out. Let's head off towards the

:43:43.:43:48.

?5,000. Yeah, well you've got to think there's been a lot of

:43:49.:43:53.

Hallowe'en movies. But the very first one... That would be a well

:43:54.:43:58.

known one. Let's go for that. Let's hope it's on the list and gets you

:43:59.:44:08.

off to a good start. It is there. The Friday the 13th series. That's

:44:09.:44:13.

good. There's been loads of them. Best to say the original. Yeah, that

:44:14.:44:20.

sounds good. Is it on the list? If it is you're one step from ?5,000.

:44:21.:44:24.

If it's not, you've fallen at only the second hurdle.

:44:25.:44:36.

S the 13th -- Friday the 13th, is not on the list.

:44:37.:44:40.

Who'd have thought that. It wasn't in the top 100. For those

:44:41.:44:45.

of you at home. Let's see what other answers you could have given:

:44:46.:44:55.

You live to fight another day and you have knocked the champions, who

:44:56.:45:00.

appeared to be unbeatable off their perch and you are the current

:45:01.:45:04.

champions. On Who Dares Wins, you always get a chance to come back and

:45:05.:45:07.

play again. Clare and Darren didn't add to the prize fund this time.

:45:08.:45:13.

Will it be your lucky night tonight? Fingers crossed. It's time for the

:45:14.:45:20.

National Lottery. Thank you very much. That was rather

:45:21.:45:25.

short and sweet. Though, not so sweet for Clare and Darren, who

:45:26.:45:28.

unfortunately, will go home empty handed tonight. Hopefully, you

:45:29.:45:32.

won't. Shortly, it will be your turn to be in with a chance of winning a

:45:33.:45:37.

fortune. Just this week alone, 24. .6 million has been won in main

:45:38.:45:42.

Lotto prizes together with the further ?3 million in Lotto raffle

:45:43.:45:46.

prizes. If you haven't checked those tickets yet, what are you waiting

:45:47.:45:50.

for? You could be in for a pleasant surprise. The moment has arrived.

:45:51.:45:55.

Are you feeling lucky? Get ready. Here's Lotto.

:45:56.:46:05.

So Alan, what's in tonight's big Lotto jackpot. Tonight's jackpot is

:46:06.:46:12.

estimated at 4. .5 million. I like the sound of that. Best of luck

:46:13.:46:17.

everyone. I thought you would. Matt release the weekend balls.

:46:18.:46:22.

Did you know, you help to raise an incredible ?35 million every week

:46:23.:46:25.

for National Lottery projects. In the last five years alone a

:46:26.:46:29.

staggering 1. 4 billion has gone to health projects around the UK. So

:46:30.:46:33.

well done you. Tonight, we are using goo win Veer and set of -- Guinevere

:46:34.:46:42.

and set of balls two. We are set to go, are you? Good luck.

:46:43.:46:47.

Here we go. There's the first one already, number 27, with us last

:46:48.:46:50.

weekend as well. That's our first ball. Next, number 23. Drawn a week

:46:51.:47:03.

ago as well. Third to be drawn: 31. To date, National Lottery players

:47:04.:47:07.

have raised over ?31 billion for good causes. Number seven. Drawn

:47:08.:47:10.

five Wednesdays back. And the fifth one: 30. Last drawn three Saturdays

:47:11.:47:19.

ago. The sixth next, for the jackpot, here we go, number 12. And

:47:20.:47:28.

finally, this weekend's bonus, it is 33. Millionaires row this Saturday

:47:29.:47:34.

night looks like this, in ascending order:

:47:35.:47:46.

Thank you very much, Alan. Don't forget, every line of Lotto gives

:47:47.:47:52.

entry to the Lotto raffle, for your chance to win ?20,000. Tonight,

:47:53.:47:57.

there are 50 prizes of that ?20,000. To find out if you're a winner, full

:47:58.:48:01.

results, as ever, will be available later via the red button or by

:48:02.:48:07.

visiting bbc.co.uk/lottery and following the links. Early

:48:08.:48:10.

indications show that the two top regions with the most raffle winners

:48:11.:48:13.

tonight are the West Midlands and the south of England. I'll be back

:48:14.:48:17.

here next Saturday, but right now, time to go over to Nick and Who

:48:18.:48:19.

Dares Wins. Have a good week. Welcome back to Who Dares Wins,

:48:20.:48:33.

where before we went to the National Lottery, Clare and Darren played the

:48:34.:48:37.

money list, sadly didn't win any catch. They have -- cash. They have

:48:38.:48:40.

knocked our champions off their perch. That's something to be proud

:48:41.:48:43.

of. I think so. Join us next time to see when our champions can win some

:48:44.:48:47.

cash. Hope you enjoyed playing along. Good night, seven points the

:48:48.:48:51.

difference you then. Bye. -- good night, see you then. Bye.

:48:52.:48:57.

Let's see how they fare next week. Tonight's winning Thunderball and

:48:58.:48:59.

Lotto numbers are on screen right now.

:49:00.:49:03.

The full Lotto raffle results will be available later this evening on

:49:04.:49:09.

the red button or via bbc.co.uk/lottery. Enjoy the rest of

:49:10.:49:12.

your weekend. Good night.

:49:13.:49:15.

Nick Knowles hosts the National Lottery quiz where two teams of strangers play against each other to complete a series of lists and win up to £100,000.

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