The National Lottery: Winning Lines was a game show that aired on BBC One from 1999-2004. It was originally hosted by Simon Mayo from 1999 to 2000, then Phillip Schofield from 2001 to 2004.
Answering questions posed by the host, 49 contestants battle for a chance to play the Wonderwall, where 20 correct answers win the top prize of a round-the-world trip.
Type: Game Show
Runtime: 50 minutes
The National Lottery: Winning Lines - Lotteries in Australia - Netflix
Lotteries in Australia include various lottery related products licensed by the Lott and Lotterywest Australian lottery companies. Lotteries operators are licensed at a state or territory level, and include both state government-owned, not-for-profit and private sector companies. Most major Lotteries have now moved into the online marketplace.
The National Lottery: Winning Lines - Lucky 3 - Netflix
First drawn on 1 June 2009, and similar to Lotterywest's Cash 3 game above: a three-digit number is drawn each night at 6:30pm. Games cost $1.10 each (including agent's commission). Exact matches of the number win a fixed $500 prize; matches of the number in “any order” win a fixed $20 prize. Unlike Cash 3, the “any order” wins are a consolation prize to the “exact order” major prize, rather than a separate bet.
The National Lottery: Winning Lines - References - Netflix