The very first UK National Lottery draw was held live on BBC on 19th November 1994.
It was hosted by the TV favourites of that day: Noel Edmonds and Anthea Turner.
Tickets sold for £1 per line and some 25 million people (about 40% of the population at that time) tuned in to watch the long-awaited draw.
Click here to find out Who Won the National Lottery First.
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