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Noel Edmonds returns to BBC ONE


Category: TV Entertainment; BBC ONE

Date: 21.08.2006
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Noel Edmonds makes his return to BBC ONE on Saturday 23 September as the host of National Lottery Day - nearly 12 years after he presented the first ever Lottery show on the channel.

 

The show is a two-part 90-minute extravaganza celebrating the Good Causes the National Lottery has supported over the last 12 years.

 

The National Lottery - Everyone's A Winner is a one-off exciting game show played live on the night, with celebrity guests playing alongside contestants in the studio, at home and at Lottery-funded locations around the country for a chance to win big prizes.

 

The show will also reveal the winners of the National Lottery Awards, which celebrate the inspirational work of Lottery-funded projects, and cover some of the special National Lottery Day events taking place around the country.

 

Noel Edmonds said: "I relish the opportunity of once again hosting a major live TV event for the BBC, and look forward to developing exciting new programme ideas compatible with my long-term commitment to Deal or No Deal."

 

Peter Fincham, Controller, BBC ONE, added: "Noel is a presenter of immense talent and it is great to have him back on BBC ONE - this marks the beginning of a new chapter between Noel and the channel, we hope he will present more innovative live TV specials."

 

Since it began in 1994, the National Lottery has raised 18.6bn for Good Causes, with more than 240,000 grants awarded.

 

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Category: TV Entertainment; BBC ONE

Date: 21.08.2006
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