What Would You Do?

8:00pm Wednesday, October 5 on TV One

Kevin Milne and Sonia Gray continue their conversations with Kiwis who have struck it rich with Lotto.

Tonight, on the final of What Would You Do? , Marton local Don Jaggard won $1 million on Lotto’s Guaranteed Millionaire draw but continues to work because ‘there’s only so much fishing you can do.’

Financial advisor Anthony Quirk offers some practical tips for future Lotto winners.

Andrew and Cath Wiig of Napier tell Kevin about the pressures of winning $12 million while keeping their family and themselves grounded.

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8:00pm Wednesday, September 28 on TV One

Hosts Kevin Milne and Sonia Gray continue their conversations with Kiwis who have won big with Lotto.

Kevin meets Jude Johnson who is one of the residents of Ashburton’s lucky street. Grove Street has had three Winning Wheel winners spin!

Susan Hooton of Christchurch tells Kevin how her life has changed her life since winning $2.3 million – chickens, cabbages and champagne are just the beginning.

Winning $500 on Lotto’s Winning Wheel allowed Nelia Mondares of Palmerston North to fulfil a life-long dream of setting up her own business.

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8:00pm Wednesday, September 21 on TV One

Kevin Milne and Sonia Gray continue their encounters with Kiwis who have won big with Lotto.

Tonight, 19-year-old Waikato University student Jerine Fourie tells us how winning $75,000 on an Instant Kiwi allowed her to take her family on holiday back to their homeland, South Africa.

Former Auckland truck driver, now Holden SS Commodore driver, Maurice Timu talks to Kevin about how winning $5.4 million has changed life for his whole whanau.

Retired Rotorua local Roy Jordon knows what it’s like to be a winner. After winning $1 million in Lotto, he then won $25,000 on Big Wednesday later that same year.

Finding an extra $1 coin in her pocket allowed Queenstown resident Pam Gardiner to purchase her $2.8 million dollar winning Big Wednesday ticket.

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8:00pm Wednesday, September 14 on TV One

Tonight, Kevin Milne and Sonia Gray continue their conversations with Kiwis who have struck lucky with Lotto.

Helen Henderson of Auckland tells Kevin why she donated a large chunk of her $18 million Powerball winnings to charity.

Sonia catches up with members of a Dunedin Syndicate who were all headed for redundancy when they won $1 million.

Kelly Williams talks about how winning $50,000 a year for ten years helped her get through her battle with breast cancer and got her behind the wheel of a vehicle she’s always wanted.

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8:00pm Wednesday, September 7 on TV One

Tonight, Kevin Milne and Sonia Gray continue their encounters with Kiwis who have struck lucky with Lotto.

Kevin has the time of his life at the speedway with Winning Wheel winners Paul and Heidi Steward, and then gets invited to their wedding! It turns into a day of family, friends, love and racing.

Travis Hunwick of Tauranga won a million dollars from a ticket given to him in lieu of payment for a pizza. The win has come at a personal cost, causing division and estrangement in his family.

Sonia meets 22-year-old self confessed bargain hunter Nikita Joyce-Cuttle of Kaitaia, who confesses she hasn’t spent a cent of her $200,000 Winning Wheel winnings.

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8:00pm Wednesday, August 31 on TV One

Beginning tonight on TV ONE, What Would You Do? is a show about how a change of fortunes can change your life.

It’s a look at Kiwis who now, thanks to Lotto, have deep pockets!

NZ Lotteries has been in the business of giving money away for the past 33 years.

On 22nd July 1987, the first ticket went on sale in New Zealand and since the first draw on 1st August 1987 more than $3.75 billion has been paid out in Lotto prize money to 63.4 million winners. Thanks to the Commission, New Zealand has seen over 374 people win $1 million or more from Lotto alone. There have been 94 Powerball millionaires, and 13 Strike millionaires.

With the increased popularity of Lotto there is a new breed of millionaire throughout the country. And every winner’s got a story.

Each week, hosts Kevin Milne and Sonia Gray track them down – to discover just what they did with their win and how they coped.

Confiding in Kev and Sonia, the winners tell how they found out they had won, what their first reaction was, who they told, how they collected their winnings, and where all those winnings were spent.

Many have great stories to tell; others wish they had never won.

What Would You Do? It’s a good question!

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