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There is no Next Episode of Noel's House Party planned.
Noel Edmonds throws open the doors of his stately home and entertains a packed party of celebrities in front of a live, have-a-go audience.
In the first programme of the series, mischievous Keith Chegwin tricks Henry Cooper into falling for a scam on the golf course, the cast of Birds of a Feather challenge the EastEnders in the Lyric Game, and Ronnie Corbett is on hand to add his own tiny touch of class to the proceedings as the butler. There's also contract gunging in the gunk tank, a chance for viewers to win a £1,000 cash prize, and a candid exchange of home truths between some precocious children and their battered parents that takes place, appropriately enough, in the genial host's dungeons.
Noel Edmonds 's invitation is out. Just pick up the telephone to be at the house for another round of games, the Gotcha Oscars and a chance to Grab a Grand. And while children spill the beans about their parents, the gunge tank disgorges its lurid contents onto the head of a hapless victim, all in good clean fun.
This week's celebrity guests are comedian Frank Carson , actress Jean Boht of Bread fame, actor Howard Lew Lewis from Brush Strokes, and snooker players Willie Thorne and John Virgo.
Actress Lesley Joseph leaves her Birds of a Feather neighbours behind and joins in with the chaos at Noel Edmonds's "house" this evening. While Radio 1's Bruno Brookes and Liz Kershaw prepare to do battle with Blue Peter presenters Yvette Fielding and John Leslie in the Lyric Game, Keith Chegwin manages to catch DJ Alan Freeman off guard long enough to award him a Gotcha Oscar.
There's also another chance for viewers to call in to Grab a Grand or vote for the revoltingly lurid contents of the gunge tank to be disgorged onto a hapless victim's head.
Although Christopher Timothy may be more familiar to viewers playing Yorkshire vet James Herriot , tonight, in the guise of a very persistent travelling salesman, he seems to have made Noel Edmonds a prisoner in his own "home".
Australian soap-opera hearthrobs Kristian Schmid (Todd Landers in Neighbours) and Mat Stevenson (Adam from Home and Away) face each other in the ultimate test of popularity - the gunge tank. Former EastEnders actress, now a successful pop singer, Sophie Lawrence proves she has a great sense of humour when she earns her Gotcha Oscar making an advertisement she would rather forget. And there's the weekly chance for viewers to call in to Grab a Grand.
Special guest stars Leslie Nielsen and Bernard Cribbins join Noel Edmonds tonight at Crinkley Bottom. But what's afoot? It's part of your body at the end of your leg. At least according to Leslie Nielsen , star of box-office comedy smashes The Naked Gun and Airplane. Prepare to wince at a celebrity Christmas lyric game which ensures this is anything but a silent night. See parents squirm in Wait Till I Get You Home, plus gungeing to order and your chance to Grab a Grand, just by watching and picking up the phone.
Shane Richie, the host of BBCl's new home video show, Caught in the Act, brings his own particular brand of humour to Noel Edmonds 's place in the country - Crinkley Bottom - this evening. And comedian Jim Bowen is awarded a Gotcha Oscar for his hilarious performance in a video for a computer company.
There are more musical battles fought out in the Lyric Game, more unsuspecting viewers' habits revealed by the NTV hidden cameras and another chance for viewers to pick up the phone and ask a celebrity to Grab a Grand on their behalf.
Paradise Club actor Don Henderson visits Noel Edmonds down at Crinkley Bottom this evening. Another unsuspecting personality is awarded a Gotcha Oscar and there's a celebrity round of the Lyric Game.
More wary parents are put on the spot in Wait Till I Get YouHomemd there's another chance for viewers to pick up the phone and ask a celebrity to Grab a Grand on their behalf.
Actor Dennis Quilley is in the spotlight tonight when the local amateur theatricals visit Noel Edmonds at Crinkley Bottom. Nicholas Parsons has an arresting experience when he collects a Gotcha Oscar. And another viewer gets the chance to Grab a Grand.
Noel Edmonds invites you to Crinkley Bottom for another evening of entertainment. Sing along - if you dare - with the Lyric Game. Sigh with relief during Wait Till I Get You Home and applaud another new member of television's foremost academy in the Gotcha Oscars. Plus another viewer has the chance to Grab a Grand.
Noel welcomes you to Crinkley Bottom where tonight the House Party hosts the first husband and wife phone-in. Gunge with Radio 2's Derek and Ellen Jameson.
Perhaps special guest star Kathy Staff (Nora Batty from Last of the Summer Wine) will help clear up the mess! The cast of 'Allo 'Allo! will be singing this "only once" in the Lyric Game. Dennis Taylor adds a Gotcha Oscar to his trophy cabinet. Plus your chance to call in and Grab a Grand.
Noel Edmonds welcomes you to Crinkley Bottom for another evening of entertainment. This week, there is a dramatic Phone-In Gunge as, on the eve of their last show together on Radio 1, Bruno Brookes and Liz Kershaw , the couple who put the hate into love-hate relationships, ask for the viewers' verdict. A Gotcha Oscar turns into a smashing experience for Henry Sandon , the ceramics expert of the Antiques Roadshow, and NTV makes another family wish they'd gone out for the evening. All this plus Wait Till I Get You Home, plenty of star guests, and Grab a Grand.
Texas comes to Crinkley Bottom tonight as Ken Kercheval (who played JR's arch-enemy Cliff Barnes in Dallas) rides into town. Another family finds themselves broadcasting live to the nation on NTV and two more teams play The Lyric Game. Plus surprise guests, Wait Till I Get You Home and your chance to phone in and Grab a Grand.
Down at Crinkley Bottom tonight, it's the battle of the baddies as EastEnders Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt ) and Nick Cotton (John Altman ) cower beneath the gunge tank, waiting for your votes on the Phone-In Gunge. Children's presenter Timmy Mallett wins an itsy-witsy teeny-weeny Gotcha Oscar and another family find themselves broadcasting live to the nation on NTV. Plus comedy guests, Wait Till I Get You Home and Grab a Grand.
Romance is in the air at Crinkley Bottom tonight. Could NTV prompt a leap year proposal - or even an acceptance - "live" on air? Noel Edmonds springs a surprise on comedian Tom O'Connor with a Gotcha Oscar. Golf-mad Tom is making a video about the sport's history - but he soon feels below par when he realises his antique golf ball is missing. Plus Wait Till I Get You Home and Grab a Grand.
There are some alarming noises coming from Crinkley Bottom. Special guest Dudley Moore shows off his piano-playing skills, athlete
Steve Cram tries to live up to his name by cramming as much money as he can into his pockets for Grab a Grand, and an unlucky celebrity is the victim of a Gotcha Oscar.
Noel Edmonds surprises someone in their own living room, funny children show up their parents and "music" comes from the Lyric Game contestants.
Comedian Jimmy Tarbuck arrives at Crinkley Bottom to join the fun. Also there is fellow comic Max Boyce who, with weather broadcaster Ulrika
Jonsson, gets a Gotcha Oscar for bravely going out on a limb. There's more NTV, the Lyric Game and Grab a Grand.
A historic event in Crinkley Bottom: a Gotcha Oscar for Dave Lee Travis. Plus comedy guests, Wait Till I Get You Home, the Lyric Game, the astonishing NTV and your chance to phone-in and Grab a Grand.
Noel Edmonds introduces special guests, a classic Gotcha Oscar, the "phone-in gunge", Grab a Grand and the amazing NTV.