Noel Edmonds

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Revision as of 12:18, 21 December 2006


Edmonds started out in radio, and became the youngest DJ on Radio 1 for his time (aged 19). Children's television beckoned, and he fronted the Multi-coloured Swap Shop for many years on BBC 1.

After a couple of quizzes he went on to the freeform entertainment format The Late Late Breakfast Show on Saturday nights, which abruptly ended its run when a bungee jump stunt ended in the death of a member of the public. Virtually the same format re-appeared later as the Saturday Roadshow.

Noel's House Party was more of a roller-coaster - initially it won international awards and was the lynchpin of the BBC's entertainment line-up. In later years, it received intense criticism as a sign of falling standards at the BBC (something Edmonds himself is said to have agreed with, even pulling out of one live show hours before broadcast).

The House Party was axed in 1999, and apart from a few fairly low-key forays guesting on BBC Radio and the odd TV clips show, Noel seemed to have retired from the limelight for quite a while. Deal or No Deal is his first TV hosting role in six years.


Edmonds hosted the UK's first ever National Lottery show.

His first ever broadcasting job was on Radio Luxembourg - as a newsreader.

He is president of the British Horse Society, a role he took over from Princess Anne.

Books / Tapes

Positively Happy: Cosmic Ways To Change Your Life (paperback)

Noel Edmonds: the Unauthorised Biography by Alison Bowyer

Web links

Noel's official website

Wikipedia entry

IMDb entry


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