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Noel's House Party is a BBC light entertainment series hosted by Noel Edmonds. Set in a large house in the fictional village of Crinkley Bottom, leading to much innuendo, it was broadcast live on Saturday evenings in the 1990s on BBC One. The show, once described by a senior corporation executive as "the most important show on the BBC", was cancelled in 1999 due to poor ratings. In 2010, Noel's House Party was voted the best Saturday night TV show of all time.
Noel Edmonds opens the doors of his well-appointed residence In the picturesque village of Crinkley Bottom for the third series of Noel's House Party.
Famed for its friendly if wayward residents and its ever-ready gunge-tank, Crinkley Bottom has become, accordingto Edmonds, the most famous village in Britain.
Celebrations start this week as Radio Crinkley Bottom starts broadcasting. The panel game features Radio 1 disc jockey Bruno Brookes and broadcaster Liz Kershaw, and actress Susan George will be at the door with a surprise.
Crinkley Bottom comes to life as fashion expert Carol Smillie gets a Gotcha award, comedian Jimmy Tarbuck rings the doorbell and athlete John Regis Grabs-a-Grand.
Olympic gold medallist Sally Gunnell wins a Gotcha this week when she learns how to be a TV presenter, Britt Ekland is a special guest,
Liverpool football star John Barnes will Grab-a-Grand and Mr Blobby plays golf with Ian Woosnam and Sam Torrance.
It's a DJ reunion weekend at Crinkley Bottom as Smashie (Harry Enfield) and Nicey (Paul Whitehouse ) visit their old mate Noel Edmonds.
Comedian Brian Conley gets a Gotcha, pianist Richard Clayderman guests in the Gunge Tank and former Pakistan cricket captain Imran Khan Grabs-a-Grand.
Prepare to hide behind the sofa! The second part of the special Doctor Who adventure, Dimensions in Time, bursts from the screen in glorious 3-D In tonight's House Party.
The first part of the story was shown last night as part of Children in Need, and ended with the traditional cliffhanger. The evil Rani (Kate O'Mara ) has five of the Doctors (Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy) caught in a time loop in the East End of London, where he meets some suspiciously familiar characters. Will the power of Rani triumph? Or will the Doctor escape to fight another day? It's up to the viewers to decide, in a special phone vote.
The results of the vote will be seen on tonight's show, so have your 3-D glasses at the ready. Also appearing in Crinkley Bottom are actors Michael Crawford and Clive Dunn. Athlete Kriss Akabusi gets a Gotcha, and Arsenal footballer Ian Wright Grabs-a -Grand.
This week, Rosemarie Ford receives a Gotcha for singing with a 40-piece women's choir, 20 sheep and an army on a hillside in Wiltshire. Guests include Little and Large and Formula 1 racing driver Johnny Herbert Grabs-a -Grand.
Keith Barron joins Noel in the Great House this week, Su Pollard goes on a taxi ride she'll never forget in a very special Gotcha, and England rugby star Rob Andrew Grabs-a -Grand.
There's a Gotcha for Olympic javelin medallist Steve Backley , and Formula 1 racing driver Martin Brundle Grabs-a -Grand. Plus a special gunge match between Piers Morgan of the Sun and Rick Sky of the Daily Mirror, and the Big Pork Pie.
On the evening after the night before, the first House Party of the year celebrates with one of the most elaborate and exciting Gotchas ever, when Jonathon Morris goes on a cab ride he'll never forget. England and QPR footballer Les Ferdinand Grabs-a-Grand, plus NTV, Big Pork Pie and much more from Crinkley Bottom.
Tonight's live show offers viewers the chance to meet Mr Blobby in person, as Noel Edmonds hosts the first party of the year. And there are masses of other Blobby prizes to be won. Choose where you would prefer to meet him and phone in with the answers to the questions posed on the programme
The party goes on into the New Year as Noel is joined by a special guest, actor Tony Britton. Angela Rippon braves the slopes to win a Gotcha, and England cricketer Robin Smith Grabs-a-Grand.
Comedian Joe Longthorne is Noel Edmonds's House Party guest this week and Emma Forbes faces a tough survival course in a superb Gotcha! Plus Ray Wilkins Grabs-a-Grand and the Panel Game returns with more mayhem.
Cricketer Allan Lamb is among Noel Edmonds 's guests at Crinkley Bottom tonight, trying to Grab a Grand. Plus a secret from the Big Pork Pie and an NTV invasion.
A Gotcha for Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale in EastEnders) as he assesses the bizarre work of a leading French modern artist. Long-distance runner Yvonne Murray Grabs a Grand, plus Big Pork Pie, the Panel Game and a visit from NTV.
There's a Gotcha for racing commentator Derek Thompson , and Frank Carson appears on the Panel Game. Plus Big Pork Pie, an opportunity to win up to £1,500 in Grab a Grand and a visit from NTV. Live from Crinkley Bottom.
The Crinkley Bottom residents go from strength to strength. With viewing figures of more than 12 million and the extraordinary success of Mr Blobby in the pop charts at Christmas - not to mention the overwhelming response to Radio Times's Mr Blobby poster - the celebrities are queueing up to join Noel Edmonds , even if it means they get gunged or gotcha'ed.
Ronnie Corbett and newsreader Carol Barnes are on tonight's guest list, while Buster Merryfield (from Only Fools and Horses) and comedian Frank Carson join the Panel Game
More celebrity guests risk the gunge or Gotcha treatment and play the Panel Game. Plus Big Pork Pie, the chance to win up to £ 1, 500 in Grab a Grand and a visit from NTV. Live from Crinkley Bottom.
Special guests this week include John Ratzenberger (Cliff from Cheers), who will be at Noel's little bar, and Fiona Armstrong , who is awarded a Gotcha for presenting the strangest camping video ever. Plus Big Pork Pie, NTV and the Panel Game - all live from Crinkley Bottom.
Today's special guest is Bob Monkhouse , there's a Gotcha for Sue Barker and a Gunge battle between Ross King and Alan Titchmarsh. Plus the Big Pork Pie, the Panel Game and a visit from NTV. Live from Crinkley Bottom.
Warren Mitchell drops in on Crinkley Bottom this week and racing commentator John McCririck proves he's the perfect candidate for a Gotcha. Plus NTV, the Panel Game and the Big Pork Pie.
Actor Dennis Quilley is the special guest at Crinkley Bottom this week, where former Doctor Who Jon Pertwee is in line for a Gotcha. Showjumper Lucinda Green tries to Grab a Grand, and there's also the usual line-up of NTV, the Panel Game and the Big Pork Pie.
Stephanie Beacham is the special guest in the last House Party in the present series. Lionel Blair gets the Gotcha treatment and soccer star John Barnes attempts to Grab a Grand.
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