He returned to the BBC’s Saturday night line-up two years later, presenting The Noel Edmond’s Saturday Roadshow.
By 1991, the show transformed into Noel’s House Party which ran for eight years.
It is reported the show regularly brought in around 15 million viewers.
The show came to an end in 1999, however, as figured began to slowly decline.
In 2005, he was persuaded to return to TV presenting by the then CEO of Endemol who were having success with a new format of a gameshow called Deal or no Deal.
It is rumoured his contract for the show had hit around $3 million by 2007, making him one of the highest paid personalities on UK television.