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I have to tell you, polo... I not on the list. We have new champions.

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They played their first money list. The 13th is not on the list.

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They didn't win any money last week. But can they win big tonight? Find

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out on Who Dares Wins. APPLAUSE

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Warm welcome, hello. Welcome to the National Lottery Who Dares Wins, the

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show where completing a series of lists can make you very, very rich.

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On Who Dares Wins we put together teams of complete strangers and ask

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them to fill in missing answers on a list. For example, if I asked you to

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name male characters in the plays of Shakespeare, how many could you

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list? You might say Romeo or Hamlet. What about about Benvolio? That's

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what Who Dares Wins is all about. You can play along at home by

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shouting your answers at the telly. Last show, Claire and Darren became

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our new champions. Unfortunately things didn't go quite according to

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plan. They haven't Putney money in their prize fund yet. But, there's

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?100,000 on offer tonight. The are very keen to get their hands on the

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cash. Please welcome back, Claire and Darren.

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ome I'm from Southampton. I'm a primary school teacher. I'm from

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Blackpool and I teach the pinot and guitar from -- piano and guitar from

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home. An enormous number of children who are screaming on your behalf.

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You don't go into teaching for the cash, do you? No, it's really a

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rewarding job. I have a little girl, so I work partime. So partime money

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as well. Anything extra is helpful. For yourself, if you won a chunk of

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money here, presumably that would make things easier? Yeah, yeah. It's

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not a cash-rich environment, teaching. That's the thing. Good

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luck to you champions. Please make your way to your sound-proof pod.

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If Claire and Darren want to be in with a chance of winning more money,

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they have to beat a new set of challengers. Please welcome Dan and

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Jayne. You're perfect. That's exactly who I pictured. That doesn't

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happen to me often. Wouldn't it be nice if you got that reaction

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everywhere you went. Let's find out more about you. Tell us about what

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you do and where do you live? I live in south London and I'm a palliative

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care staff nurse. I work with terminally ill people in the last

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months, weeks, days or even hours of their life. Amazing work that Jane

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does here with palliative care. APPLAUSE

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Very glad that people like you can take on that kind of job. You like

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to travel a lot. I do. I love this afternooning. What -- I love

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travelling. I would like to take my younger sister on holiday from

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Seattle to San Francisco in an open-top car. Great trip. Let's find

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out more about Dan. Where are you from and your job? I'm from

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Tunbridge Wells and I work in construction. You are about to

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change jobs. I am working for young epilepsy. I will be working as a

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student care worker. Spend your money on? For me, again, travelling.

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I've been to east Africa and loved. It I'd love to go back. That sounds

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like a great plan. You just have to beat our champions. Beatable?

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Definitely. Easily. You're the sne. Champions in waiting. We are. Please

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make your way to your sound-proof pod.

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

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

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have saying. They'll only be able to hear what's happening when I turn

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their pods on and they turn blue. The moment I'm going to give the

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team's a list. Whichever team bids more they will play. If they win the

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target, they win the list. If they fail, the opponents win. Whoever

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wins two lists gets to play for ?50,000. The first list tonight

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is... British summer Olympic Gold Medallists since 1980. We're looking

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for the names of any of the 123 British sportsmen and women that

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have won a Gold Medal at the summer Olympics in any sport since the

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first of January 1980, according to the official site of the Olympics.

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Challengers, you start the bidding. Champions, for the moment, I will

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switch your pod off. I will be back to you soon. What do you think? I do

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know a lot to be honest. Ive would say 12. -- Honest. I would say 12.

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Thank you very much. What do you think about this, summer Olympics,

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good subject? Yeah, sporty. Sport is good. Dan and Jane have come up with

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a bid of 12? I would go 16. Thank you. Champions say 16. They're

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playing a long game. We'll' do 22. 22? I just think I've got it in me.

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Let's do it, 23. Bring it on. Wow. The champions say

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23. Stunned silence. I'm thinking under pressure, whether I could get

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as far as I would hope to. We'll let them name them. Yeah. OK. Claire,

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Darren, you'll see the blue light is on behind me, which means they have

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said "name them". That's an interesting sound you made there.

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

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It's a long list, 23 to get. Lets ehave the first answer. -- let's

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have the first answer. Jessica Ennis-Hill. Yes. Mo Farah. Also on

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the list. Andy Murray. Takes you to three. Sir Chris Hoy. Number four.

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Bradley Wiggins. Also on the list. Steve red gave. -- Redgrave. Very

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solid. Matthew Pinsent. They seem to go hand in hand. They sit next to

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each other comfortably on the list. I know Nicola Adams, the boxer.

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Absolutely. Awedly Harrison -- Audley. He's on the list. James

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degale. You're absolutely right. Rebekah Addlington. Also on the

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list. Let me slip one in, Victoria Pend leton. Good one, yeah. That

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gets you over halfway. Sally Gunnell. Lucky 13 on your list. Dame

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Kelly Holmes. Yeah, of course. Number 14 on your list. Very well

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done. Worried yet? Not quite. There's Luke Campbell. If you're

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100% sure. Anthony Joshua. Also on the list. And Luke Campbell. You're

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doing very, very well. He is on the list. You know your boxers, don't

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you? I've got a husband that watches Sky Sports a lot. I don't get a say

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in what goes on. Well, despite not wanting to, it might have worked

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out. You're doing very well. What about Gregg Rutherford. He won last

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year. He did indeed. Let's go for him.

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Yes, he's also on the list. What a fantastic moment that was. A

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fantastic moment for you. Colin Jackson. Did he win gold or silver?

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I think I know... Jonathan Edwards. Obvious! You're at 18. He's on the

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list. Only Fife remaining. -- Fife remaining.

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-- five remaining. Jason Kenny. They were in the pursuit together. Let's

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go for that. How sure are you about that? Pretty

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sure they were in the team you are suit with -- team pursuit with Chris

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Hoy. Darren you're a keen cyclist. Yeah not really track cycling, more

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Tour De France. If this is right, you're one step closer, only four

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from making the list. If you're wrong, you'll have handed the list

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over to your challengers, you said Jason Kenny. I have to tell you...

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Is not a bad answer... He is on the list! That was very naughty. It's my

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job. This is what I have to do. There you are, up to 19. You only

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need to get four more. Very well done. Rebekah Romero. She's on the

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list. Three more, just three more. The

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shooting guy won. Peter Nicholls. Was that him? I I'm pretty sure

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Linford cysty has won gold. -- Christie has won gold. We have to

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take a risk. Female runners? Paula Radcliffe? Christine Ohuruogu,

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definitely. 400m. She is on the list. That's your 21st correct

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answer, two more. Did Linford Christie win? Any more

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ro rollers -- rowers? James Cracknell. He is on the list. Juf

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one more correct -- just one more correct answer required. We've got,

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did he win silver or gold. Linford Christie won something. What about

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Trott? Did she get gold? Yeah, I think she did. OK. Laura Trott.

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Interestingly, if you'd have said Linford Christie, you'd have just

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won the list. You talked about Peter Nicholls. You were thinking about

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Peter Wilson. OK zb. If you'd have said Peter Nicholls, that would have

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lost you the list. You went for Laura Trott. Claire, Darren, I have

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to tell you... It's a Gold Medal winning performance. You've won the

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list. APPLAUSE

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Other answers on the list: Dan and Jane you have to take the

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next list to force the tie-breaker. Other-wise they're going through.

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The second list is Graham Norton Show guests. We are looking for the

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name of any celebrity that has appeared as a guest on The Graham

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Norton Show since it first aired on BBC One in October 2009. This

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includes any musical acts that have appeared on the show. This is

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according to the British comedy guide website and is accurate to

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November 29, 2013. Champions, you get to start the

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bidding. Away they go. What do you think about this one? I could have a

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good stab at a few. There's a lot of comedians, actors that have been on

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promoting films. Yes. Let's go 13. 13, what do you make this afternoon?

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Not really my thing, to be honest. I do watch it. Shall we say 15? They

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say 15. If we go 17... No, let's push them up one more. 16. They say

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16 this time. Do you think we can go much higher. It's Who Dares Wins, we

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have to dare something. We'll say 17. Thank you. They say 17. Let them

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do it. We're going to let them do it.

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Claire and Darren say "name them". It's time to play the second list on

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Who Dares Wins. It's nice to see you happy to be in

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the game. 17 correct answers required. Let's have the first one.

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Cher. Yes, she is on the list. Den tell Washington. -- Denzel

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Washington. Also on the list. Steve Mangan. He is on the list. Bradley

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Cooper. You think he has visited The Graham Norton Show. You're

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absolutely right. I think he's had DustinDustin Hoffman. About

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comedians. Al Murray. If he's on the list, you've got to number six. If

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he isn't, you have given the list away. I have to tell you, Al Murray

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is not on the list. You've given the list away. The

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champions have won the game. APPLAUSE

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That's really hard on you. Let's see some of the other guests. You may

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have been shouting answers at the screen.

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There are loads. Great frustration for you. Fantastic news for our

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champions. Well done Claire and Darren. You could be about to get a

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lot richer; unfortunately, it's gooing to Dan and Jane -- it's

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goodbye to Dan and Jane. It's been fantastic. Thank you. Let's hear it

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for Dan and Jane. Claire and Darren, you are the champions and you are

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now playing for ?50,000 on Who Dares Wins.

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Champions, congratulations on making it this far. You're in a position to

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earn yourselves a lot of money. Let's look at how much you could

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earn on tonight's first money list. It could be ?50,000. That would be

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nice, wouldn't it? Very nice. That's just the start. On Who Dares Wins,

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if you keep on winning, you keep on earning. How do you win the cash? I

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will give you a list. You must fill in the gaps. Give me three missing

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answers and I will give you ?5,000. Six answers and I will give you

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?10,000. Nine answers will earn you ?15,000. 12 answers and I'll give

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you ?25,000. If we hit a subject category you like and you go up to

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15 answers, you'll bank yourself a cool ?50,000.

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Make a mistake at any point and it's game over. You drop right back down

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to zero again. The list is... # songs from Andrew Lloyd Webber

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musicals. Am I allowed to go "get in". We are looking for the names of

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songs from Andrew Lloyd Webber musicals as featured on the show's

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official websites. We will not accept incidental pieces such as

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overture, reck we yep or finale. The song from the musical jeefz or the

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Jeeves or ByJeeves or from Stephen Lloyd the musical.

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This has got to be good for you. For me. It really is. Therefore it's

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great for me too. It's difficult to be a piano teacher

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and not learn a lot of Andrew Lloyd Webber songs along the way. I loved

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them growing up and did them at school. We lose nothing by heading

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off towards ?5,000. He wrote Josef and the amazing Technicolor

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Dreamcoat. The big song from that is Close Every Door. Your first answer.

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It's your first correct answer. Memories from Cats. Massive hit. It

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is on the list. He wrote Jesus Christ Superstar, the

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opening song of that is Heaven on their Minds. If you're correct

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you've just won ?5,000. If you're incorrect, you failed on our money

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list again. You just won ?5,000.

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APPLAUSE I'm so pleased for you. After that

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lass money list, it was such a disaster. I'm pleased. Do you want

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to go on. You need to risk that ?5,000. If you make a mistake, you

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lose the ?5,000. I'd like to go on. I can tell you three now that are

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definitely. You know the titles are definitely right. Fine. Yes. We're

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going on. They're risking their ?5,000 that they were so pleased to

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win. Off we go. Phantom of the Opera.

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Your fourth correct answer. Jesus Christ Superstar, I don't Know How

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to Love Him. OK. You are absolutely right. It is on the list.

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OK. Let's go for Gethsemine. Are you certain about this one? 100%. It's

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so nice to say that. You're 100% right. You've just won ?10,000.

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What do you think now? It gets harder. We're going. Maybe not to

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the top. But to 15 definitely. They're risking the ?10,000. Let's

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have the answer. Masquerade. It's on the list. Well dope.

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-- Well done. All I Ask Of You is from Phantom of the Opera. Yes. It's

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your eighth correct answer. One more for ?15,000. I know there's

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one in Josef called Those Canaan Days. OK, fine.

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If it's right, you've won ?15,000. If it's wrong, you've blown ?10,000.

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It's a lot of money. It has just won you ?15,000.

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This is interesting, this next jump is a ?10,000 jump. I have three

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more. OK. Sure, going on? Yes. Yeah. They are going ahead.

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I need your tenth answer. Sun set Boulevard.

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It's on the list. Starlight Express.

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It is on the list. Pilot's Dream. Straightforward this,

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you've either won ?25,000 or you've blown it.

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You said Pilot's Dream. You are ?25,000 richer!

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Here's the big thing, ?25,000, you work hard to get there. You can

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double it. Instead of being ?25,000 shared between you, it could be

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?25,000 each. But only if you've got three answers that you are

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absolutely sure of. Evita. I don't know any songs from erotament Don't

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cry for me Argentina. We're going to go on. We're goi to do it. You're

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going to risk the ?25,000? Yes. Don't cry for me Argentina.

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Yes, say it. As your 13th answer, I'm taking

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don't Cry for Me Argentina. It's a correct answer.

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Very well played. As if We Never Said Goodbye. You

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just said like Fife. I know! I'm not sure you're helping

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at this stage. I sorry. Oh, What a Circus. Going

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for that? Yes. Oh, what an answer - it's on the list! Come on! One more.

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Wishing you were Some how Here Again. I did that at college. You're

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happy with that one? Yes, As if We Never Said Goodbye. It's between

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those two. Or The Perfect Year. That's from Sunset Boulevard. I know

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that one. I remember that. Well then we're not going for it. We will go

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for Joseph's Coat. That is 100% the title of the song. What about the

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goodbye one you said? Let's go for that. You've talked me into it. As

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if We Never Said Goodbye. I'm accepting that as your ?50,000

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answer. Yes. You tried a lot of options. One of the ones you spoke

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about there was the Perfect Year. It would have won you ?50,000. If you'd

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have said Joseph's Coat. You'd have just won ?50,000. In the end you

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went for as If We Never Said Goodbye. Claire, Darren, You've just

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won ?50,000! CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Congratulations. Well done. ?25,000 each. It's like

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more than a year's salary for me. It's crazy. It is fantastic for me,

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because my wife's not well. And the winter's are incredibly bad on my

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wife. It's horrendous. Hopefully, we can get away. She's going to Spain

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any way, which we planned. But now I don't have to worry about the cost.

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If I want to fly out for the weekend, I can just go to see her.

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That's awesome. That's fantastic. Let's look at some of the other

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answers: I don't think I've ever seen anyone

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do zero on their first list and ?50,000 on their second. Now beat

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another set of challengers and you can have another go. Champions, very

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well played. Try and calm yourselves and return to your pod.

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APPLAUSE We have a brand new set of

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challengers, welcome Ben and Amy. APPLAUSE

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Say hello to each other. Pleased to meet you. Let's find out about you.

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Amy, tell us where you're from and what you do. I'm from just outside

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Edinburgh. My husband and I recently ran a coffee shop and now I'm at

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home looking after our three beautiful daughters. Do you want to

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give them a name check? Zoe, Maisie and Isla. I'm from Plymouth and

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Devon. I am an English and PE teacher. I have my beautiful

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girlfriend Suzanne and my one-year-old son Noah. Hello, Noah,

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I hope you're watching. Time to go to bed. Beat the current champions.

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Teacher, versus teacher battle. Oh, yes, didn't think of that.

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Challengers, make your way to your sound had of proof pod.

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-- sound-proof pod. Teams, if you're ready to play, your

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first list is... James Bond actors. We are looking for the names of any

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top credited male actors in the 23 official James Bond films. By top

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credited we mean the names of any man that appears in the first 15

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names on the first cast list of each film. Please note actors are listed

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in order of importance with the biggest stars first, this is

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according to the official credits of the 23 James Bond films.

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Challengers, you get to go first. Champions, I'm switching your pod

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off. Away they go. How are you on James? Yeah, all right, pretty good.

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Seven? Yeah. Thank you. The challengers say seven. I think 11.

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Thank you very much. Ben, Amy, they say 11. I think we can make them

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name that. We will make them go for that one. OK, they say "name them".

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

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Right, James Bond actors. I need 11 names from you. Let's start with

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James Bond... Daniel Craig. Don't say that. That's the one I know.

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Sean Connery. . Roger Moore. Also on the list. Timothy Dalton. . Followed

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by Piers s Brosnan. Daniel Craig. You can do that. Definitely on the

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list. George Lasenby. The sixth. Let's go for the baddies.

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LySevalles. Absolutely right. I know YafikKoto. That's on the list

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Christopher Walken was a baddie. That's your ninth answer. That's

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correct. Jonathan Price vment -- Price. That's on the list. Ben

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Wishaw. If he's on the list, you've won the first list and put the

:31:29.:31:32.

pressure on Ben and Amy. If it's not on the list, you've lost the first

:31:33.:31:41.

list. I have to tell you... He is on the list. You've won that first

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list. Congratulations. I'm sure at home you were shouting

:31:49.:31:52.

at the scene. Let's' look at the other answers

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Ben, Amy, the pressure is on you now. You need to win the next list

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to push it to a tie-breaker. The second list is... Capital cities

:32:12.:32:22.

whose names are six letters long or less. We are looking for any

:32:23.:32:25.

official capital cities of the world, whose names are a total of

:32:26.:32:29.

six letters long or less in English. We are looking for the national cap

:32:30.:32:34.

talds, not state, provain -- capitals, not state, pro vain shall

:32:35.:32:40.

or county capitals -- provincial. Champions, you get to start the

:32:41.:32:43.

bidding. That means this time, I switch you off. We can bluff them.

:32:44.:32:53.

They're desperate to do a list. Let's go for nine. Really? Yes,

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nine. The champions have an opening bid of nine. What do you think? I

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think we can push up to 11. Challengers say 11. I think push

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them one more. I don't know. I think they might make a mistake. 12.

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Champions say 12. OK. We can do that. You need to win a list here as

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well. Whichever way you go about it. 13. Thank you. Darren, you appear to

:33:30.:33:35.

have succeeded here in as much as they've gone to 13. I think we can't

:33:36.:33:40.

risk going any higher, in case it back fires. I think we will ask them

:33:41.:33:45.

to name them. Thank you. Ben, Amy, they've said "name them". Time to

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play the second list on Who Dares Wins.

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13 correct cities will win you the list and draw the game and put you

:33:57.:34:00.

into a tie-break. That's what you need to do. Let's have the first

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answer. Let's go for the easy one. London. Great start. Paris. Dublin.

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Berlin. Good answer. Rome. That's number four. Prague. Yeah. Also on

:34:23.:34:37.

the list. Let's slow down. How about we do African countries, let's do

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Africa. OK? Tunis. . It is there on the list. Let's think. Back to

:34:47.:34:57.

Europe and do Dublin. Yes. Over halfway. It's on the list. Berne.

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Yes on the list. Let's do Bulgaria, Sophia.

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Yes. That takes it to nine. Just four more required to take the list

:35:16.:35:21.

and force a tie-break. Kiev. Into double figures. Only three required.

:35:22.:35:28.

Worried? Sounds like they've done a journey around Europe at some point.

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A lot of air miles there. Kigali.

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How sure are you of this one? I'm not, my partner is. I think it's the

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capital of Rwand If you're right you're only two away. If you're

:35:52.:35:54.

wrong, you've blown the list and the champions go through to pla I for

:35:55.:35:58.

the money one more time. I have to tell you, Kigali... #6 is

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on the list -- Kigali, is on the list. Very well done. Although,

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interestingly, the spelling is "K". But we ask for the name, so we can

:36:17.:36:29.

overlook that. Asia. Beijing. BEJING. That's definitely right,

:36:30.:36:35.

isn't it. Tokyo. Tokyo. Tokyo, you say. It's the 12th correct answer.

:36:36.:36:42.

You are now just one away. One more correct answer, be

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absolutely sure. You want to go for that one, does China sound good?

:36:48.:36:51.

Yeah, ask Claire to check our spelling. She's a primary spelling.

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Beijing. If you're right and it's on the list, you'll have won the list

:36:57.:37:00.

and we'll go to a tie-break. If you have it wrong and it's not on the

:37:01.:37:04.

list, then you've given the list away and Claire and Darren have won

:37:05.:37:09.

the game as well as the list. Ben, Amy, I have to tell you,

:37:10.:37:20.

Beijing... Is not on the list. I'm afraid the champions have won

:37:21.:37:29.

both the list and the game. You spelled it incorrectly. This

:37:30.:37:39.

time it matters. It's B-E-I-J-I-N-G. Let's look at the missing answers:

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Great news for you, you get to play again for some more money. Bad news

:37:47.:37:53.

for Ben and Amy. I hope you enjoyed playing. Thank you. Lovely to have

:37:54.:38:00.

you here. Ben and Amy. APPLAUSE

:38:01.:38:02.

Claire and Darren are about to play for the money where they could win

:38:03.:38:06.

?50,000. They're not the only ones who could win a fortune tonight.

:38:07.:38:09.

Will you win big? There's only one way to find out. It's time for the

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Thunderball draw from the National Lottery.

:38:13.:38:25.

Thanks very much Nick. Hello everyone and welcome to the National

:38:26.:38:30.

Lottery Live. In just a moment, you're in with a chance of winning a

:38:31.:38:37.

top prize of ?500,000 in the Thunderball draw. Get your tickets

:38:38.:38:40.

ready. First, congratulations are in order for a syndicate from

:38:41.:38:44.

Warrington, who' cently discovered that -- who recently discovered they

:38:45.:38:50.

had won the Lotto jackpot. The former work colleagues, who have

:38:51.:38:53.

been playing the same numbers since lotto first launched, are

:38:54.:38:57.

celebrating a win of over 1. .7 million. Hello guys, enjoy your

:38:58.:39:03.

prize money. Now thankfully, they eventually claimed their winnings.

:39:04.:39:06.

Could you also have won a fortune? Well, if you bought a ticket in the

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Lincoln area for the Lotto quadruple rollover on Saturday 4th January,

:39:13.:39:16.

listen up. You could have won a prize of more than ?580,000. Check

:39:17.:39:23.

those tickets. Perhaps it is your mum, granddad, best friend. Spread

:39:24.:39:27.

the word, because it could make someone's week. Time for the first

:39:28.:39:31.

of tonight's draws. Here's Thunderball.

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OK, start up those Thunderball machines, please Matt.

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There have been over 409,000 winning tickets on Thunderball since last

:39:58.:40:02.

Saturday night. Congratulations if yours was one of them. Thank you

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very much Alan. The very best of luck everyone.

:40:06.:40:10.

Here we go. First one to appear before us

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tonight is right there, number three. A total of 39 balls to pick

:40:14.:40:19.

from in this first machine. Choose Fife of them. -- five of them. Next

:40:20.:40:27.

is 34. Three opportunities per week to play the game itself, Wednesdays,

:40:28.:40:31.

Fridays and Saturdays. There's the next one, number one. Yes, the top

:40:32.:40:42.

prize, ?500,000. Next up - 23. We need just one more from this, our

:40:43.:40:47.

first machine. Which is it to be? The answer is right there, number

:40:48.:40:52.

four. Brilliant. That's the Fife main Thunderball numbers -- five

:40:53.:40:56.

main Thunderball numbers done. If you haven't matched any numbers yet,

:40:57.:41:00.

don't worry. You can still win a cash prize with just the

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Thunderball. Here we go, then. Let's see if we can't make this a weekend

:41:05.:41:09.

that's a little bit special for you. It's number 12. Here are tonight's

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Thunderball numbers again, this time in ascending order:

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Thank you very much, Alan. Not long to go before tonight's big Lotto

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draw. Before that, it's time to rejoin Nick and Who Dares Wins.

:41:35.:41:43.

Welcome back. We'll have more from the National Lottery later. First of

:41:44.:41:48.

all, congratulations on making it this far again. You are now in a

:41:49.:41:52.

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

:41:53.:41:59.

APPLAUSE Are you ready? Yes. Ready. Play for

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the money. The list is... Open golf winners. We are looking for any man

:42:12.:42:16.

that has won the British Open golf championship since 1945. This is

:42:17.:42:20.

according to the official website of the Open. You've said were forced to

:42:21.:42:25.

watch a lot of sport, does it involve golf? It does, but there's

:42:26.:42:30.

the masters and it's getting it, making sure it's the right

:42:31.:42:35.

competition. Do you know golf? I don't know the Open. I can remember

:42:36.:42:39.

a lot of players who have won it. Let's head off towards ?5,000. I

:42:40.:42:44.

need the first answer. We will say Tiger Woods. Has he won the British

:42:45.:42:53.

Open golf championship? Yes, he has. Jack Nicholas. Yes, your second

:42:54.:43:00.

correct answer. One more and you've won ?5,000. Nick Faldo. If you're

:43:01.:43:04.

right, you've won ?5,000. If you're wrong, you don't win anything on

:43:05.:43:07.

this money list. You've just won ?5,000.

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APPLAUSE Three more to ?10,000. Are you going

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on? Yeah, we will do three more. Yeah. OK they're risking their

:43:23.:43:34.

?5,000. Which is your next answer? Sandy Lyle. Confident? Yeah. You're

:43:35.:43:46.

right to be confident. He's there. SeveBallesteros. Yes, he's on the

:43:47.:43:58.

list. Gary Player? I think Paul Laurie. If you're right you win

:43:59.:44:04.

?10,000. If you're wrong you lose ?5,000. Claire, Darren... You've

:44:05.:44:10.

just won ?10,000. APPLAUSE

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Have we got three more? I don't want to risk it. I think we'll play it

:44:18.:44:23.

safe. We're going to stop. Ladies and gentleman, they're going to stop

:44:24.:44:28.

at ?10,000. That's yours now, in the bank now,

:44:29.:44:34.

waiting for you to spend it. We combine it with your ongoing total

:44:35.:44:39.

of ?50,000, making your total ?60,000 winnings so far.

:44:40.:44:49.

Well, ?30,000 each. That's not a bad night's work. Let's look at the

:44:50.:44:52.

other answers on the list: It doesn't have to end there. On who

:44:53.:45:00.

would, as long as you're winning, you can continue earning. Claire and

:45:01.:45:04.

Darren have added ?10,000 to their prize fund. Will tonight be your

:45:05.:45:07.

lucky night? Fingers crossed for you. It's time for tonight's Lotto

:45:08.:45:11.

draw. See you in a moment.

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Thanks very much, Nick. Well done Claire and Darren. Now, news of even

:45:19.:45:24.

more winners as this time it's a couple from Chingford celebrating

:45:25.:45:28.

after last Saturday's draw. A big congratulations to Carl and Donna

:45:29.:45:32.

Trainer who are one of Fife lucky ticket holders to match all six

:45:33.:45:35.

numbers. Hello, you two. They discovered their win after watching

:45:36.:45:38.

last Saturday's draw show. Now they're better off to the tune of

:45:39.:45:45.

over ?540,000. I bet they're glad they were watching. Will you be

:45:46.:45:49.

next? The wait is over. We're ready. Are you? Here's Lotto.

:45:50.:45:59.

So, Alan, tell me what's in tonight's big Lotto jackpot? An

:46:00.:46:05.

estimated 4. .5 million. Thank you very much. That will put a

:46:06.:46:10.

smile on someone's face. Good luck everyone. Let's release the big

:46:11.:46:11.

money balls. Over ?23 million has been won on

:46:12.:46:23.

Lotto and Lotto raffle this week, shared amongst over 635,000 lucky

:46:24.:46:31.

winners. What a week it's been! OK. Looks like everything is in order.

:46:32.:46:34.

So let's get things under way. Good luck everyone.

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Here we go. There's the first one already, the top banana, 49, bonus

:46:42.:46:48.

four weekends ago. Next, how about that one there, number 15. The

:46:49.:46:52.

number of years with your support that the National Lottery has been

:46:53.:46:57.

behind British athletes. Next, number four. Thanks to lottery

:46:58.:47:00.

players over 420,000 grants have been awarded to the good causes.

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That's number 30, drawn last weekend as well. You may recall if it's one

:47:06.:47:10.

of your chosen few. The fifth one, number 21. Also drawn a matter of

:47:11.:47:15.

Fife Wednesdays back. The six dfive Wednesdays back. The sixth number is

:47:16.:47:20.

number 41. Excellent. And finally, this weekend's bonus, if you need

:47:21.:47:26.

it, right there, number 11. Millionaire's row this Saturday

:47:27.:47:29.

night looks like this in ascending order: nally,

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Thank you, Alan. Every line of Lotto gives entry to the Lotto raffle.

:47:44.:47:49.

Tonight there are 50 prizes of ?20,000 up for grabs. To find out if

:47:50.:47:53.

you're a winner, full results will be available later viate red button

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or -- via the red button or following the links at

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bbc.co.uk/lottery. The results of this week's draws are available on

:48:04.:48:06.

BBC One, straight after the Ten O'Clock news. I'm away next week.

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But now back over to Nick and Who Dares Wins.

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Welcome back to Who Dares Wins. Before we went over to the National

:48:21.:48:25.

Lottery, Claire and Darren won ?10,000, bringing their total prize

:48:26.:48:34.

fund to ?60,000. How did you do at home? Would you have had the nerve

:48:35.:48:39.

to go all the way to ?50,000? Is your golf knowledge good enough? I

:48:40.:48:42.

wonder. I hope you enjoyed playing along tonight. Join us again next

:48:43.:48:46.

week to find out if you could do better than our champions. In the

:48:47.:48:48.

meantime, good night.

:48:49.:48:53.

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.

Includes the Lotto and Thunderball draws with Gaby Roslin.


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