A father and daughter from Dunstable will be appearing in front of a TV audience of millions on The Lottery Show: Break The Safe on Saturday (July 12).
After applying to be on the BBC1 quiz show, Ronald 62, and daughter Stephanie, 26, who have asked the Gazette not to reveal their surname, were called for an audition in March.
Stephanie said of the show, which is presented by Nick Knowles: “The audition was great fun. We were surprised we got through because there were a lot of people there.
“It was great doing the show with my dad. He is such a laugh and really supportive. I was getting really nervous before the show and he really calmed me down.”
They will be in a head-to- head challenge with two other pairs and will take part in a series of question and answer rounds to determine who goes to the final and how much money they will take with them. Whoever makes it to the final will have a chance to win some of the £100,000 locked in the safe.
Ronald said: “Being on the show was a bit surreal because everyone knew who we were. They looked after us so well. I had a great time and it was brilliant to do it with Steph.”
To see how they got on, tune in at 7.40pm this Saturday.