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Noel Edmonds ...
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Set in Noel Edmonds' fictitious grand house in the equally fictitious town of Crinkley Bottom, the show centres around games involving the studio audience and special guest celebrities. Contestants can "grab a grand", home viewers can be caught out live in their own homes and celebrities get their just desserts in the gunge tank. Written by Steven Wilson

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Originally to return for 21 episodes, but the episode on 6 March 1993 was not broadcast due to a suspect bomb scare at BBC Television Centre. It was replaced with a repeat of "Noel's Christmas Presents" and a "Tom and Jerry" cartoon as well. See more »

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Best Entertainment I've Seen!
14 July 2004 | by (Christchurch, England) – See all my reviews

I believe that this was the best Saturday night entertainment that the BBC has ever had, who cant forget the classic Gotchas that took place, mr blobby, SOFA SOCCER and many more amusing games and incidents but the best had to be NTV!! I think that the BBC should strongly consider bringing this show back the National Lottery Jet Set does nothing for anyone Aamon Holmes is a morning television presenter not Saturday night t.v!!! The New York special that Noel did was pure class! When people say the format didn't work it shocks me if the format didn't work then it wouldn't have got 15 million viewers every week and it wouldn't have lasted 8 years with many comic relief and children in need specials and also the afore mentioned New York special!


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