In an new attempt to boost ratings, a new feature has been introduced to the to the popular, but waning show, "Deal or No Deal".
The box containing the "1p", will now also contain a device which when the box is opened by one of the contestants, wi...
Following the creation by Pope Benedict 16th of a dedicated Aramaic translation team within the Vatican, a surprising biblical tale has been discovered.
The story details that Jesus would on occasion invite a member of the poor or ill to partake i...
President George Bush Has Appeared on TV quiz show Deal or No Deal.
European and Asian stocks have risen after French bank Societe De Robespiere admitted that Frenchman Monsieur Le Grande Theft Auto, 19, had lost tens of billions of euros playing the French version of Deal Or No Deal.
Washington (IPP) - Rush Limbaugh, G.W. Bush, Mitt Romney, Mark Foley, Larry Craig, Newt Gingrich, and Cock Robin all blamed Bill Clinton for the current downturn in the stock market and for all of the economic bad news of late.
Noel Edmonds has been stunned by Channel 4 chiefs as they have declined to take up a renewal clause in his contract to present the hit quiz "Deal or No Deal".
Channel Four favourite Deal or No Deal presenter Noel Edmonds has, today, revealed his intention to launch an express version of the popular programme that gets to the point more quickly.
The famous TV present Noel Edmonds has been locked up in the nuthouse after 'hearing voices' live on his successful TV programme 'Deal or No Deal'.
Noel Edmonds, host of pass-the-parcel game show Deal or No Deal, revealed today that a higher force is at work on the show, and he has proof.
TV's Lazarus man, Noel Edmonds, is riding the wave of his current success which today sees him marketing his own range of retro-telephones.
Re-invented TV celebrity, Noel Edmonds, was spotted today flying out of Britain with a bevy of beauties, en route to a secret destination in the Seychelles for the holiday season.
News tonight of the sensational sacking of Noel Edmonds from channel 4's hit show Deal or no Deal.
A man from Newcastle has threatened to be the first contestant to walk away with the top £250,000 prize on Channel 4's hit TV show, Deal or no Deal.
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