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Sign in to report this game to Microsoft. The Banker has also allowed the contestant to go ahead one box at a time giving them more freedom to pull out of the game when they wish.
The Banker has been known to try other tricks such as offering prize money to other people, for example, a friend of a contestant who won only a small amount in their own game.
Such twists happen rarely, but happened more regularly during the themed weeks. There are 22 cash prizes contained in the boxes on the programme.
The highest five valued boxes are referred to as the "Power Five",  whilst the lowest five valued boxes are referred to as the "Banker's Power Five".
On 1 January , a new feature, "Box 23", was introduced. At the end of a game the contestant is asked if they want to buy Box 23 for the amount already won on the show.
The box contains one of five cards:. This change effectively makes it possible for a contestant to leave with nothing at all: previously, a player usually left with a minimum of one penny.
Starting 29 September , a new gameplay element, the "Offer Button" was added. The button, situated on the contestant's desk, may only be used one time during the contestant's game.
When it is pressed, the Banker must make an offer at that point, regardless of how many boxes have been opened at that stage.
The Offer Button becomes available after the opening five boxes are selected. The Banker's offer is written and sealed in a capsule and sent to the studio before the contestant guesses the amount.
All winners of the top prize as well as certain non-top prize winners are allowed to keep their box. Deal or No Deal was produced by Endemol and supported by BBC Studios and Post Production , a commercial subsidiary of the BBC.
The original studio set for the show was converted from an old paintworks factory and its associated warehouses in Bristol.
Channel 4 initially commissioned a run of 66 episodes, with filming beginning in October Channel 4 then commissioned a second filming period at the end of By May , episodes were being filmed Monday to Friday at a rate of 15 episodes a week.
Three episodes were recorded in a day in two sessions, one edition in the afternoon using one audience, and then two episodes filmed in the evening using a different audience.
The studio operated from 9am to 10pm. Having initially begun filming episodes just a few weeks in advance, each new period of filming then began several months in advance, and at a rate of 15 episodes a week being filmed, [ citation needed ] the delay between filming and broadcast varies; it can be months between the filming date and broadcast date for a particular episode.
For a two-week period starting on 10 October , live episodes of the show were broadcast in place of the routine pre-recorded episodes.
In October , production moved to the Bottle Yard Studios , Bristol, which had been custom built to house the show.
Filming for series 10 began on 28 October at the new location. The game show participants comprise the host Noel Edmonds , the unseen character of the Banker, the main contestant playing that day's game, the other 21 contestants, and a studio audience.
Audience members are commonly asked for opinions on whether the contestant should "Deal or No Deal". The contestants who appear on Deal or No Deal come from all backgrounds and age groups.
The oldest contestant to have played the game was year-old Chelsea Pensioner Joe Britton, who played in April He died in October , aged The Observer interviewed Edmonds in relation to the show on 29 January , quoting Edmonds as saying that his scenes with the Banker bring out his "inner actor".
He revealed his passion for the show and his admiration for the individual community spirit within it, as well as his later fulfilled ambition that it would eventually hold a Saturday evening prime time slot.
The Banker is the name given to the show's quasi-fictional antagonist. Notionally, the money on the game board is the Banker's own.
As such, his role is to make cash offers to buy the contestant's chosen box rather than allowing them to continue and risk them winning much more.
The Banker is played by "Himself", as stated in the end credits. He talks to Edmonds via the Bakelite telephone on the contestant's desk, and also regularly talks to the player.
As Broadcast magazine noted in March , the UK version of the show was the first to exploit the potential for the Banker to be an active character.
Despite not being seen or heard on screen, this personification led to a high degree of public and media interest. The Guardian newspaper called the Banker "a cult character in the making and no mistake" and included him in their hotlist.
Some sources have speculated that the Banker is really former Coronation Street actor and host of The Mole , Glenn Hugill , who works as part of the show's production team.
As the show progressed, the Banker's fictitious back story has been built up through the character's conversations with Edmonds and the daily contestants.
Edmonds describes the Banker as an older man, who is overweight and has little hair. In various episodes the Banker has been said to speak fluent French and Russian.
The Banker has made several references to his six ex-wives, mother, two boxer dogs and also to his estranged son, to whom he never speaks on account of his being a charity worker.
On 16 November , Edmonds turned on Exeter 's Christmas lights and claimed that the Banker used to study "Financial affairs and Politics" at Exeter University, suggesting that students could find his identity by looking at the records.
It was revealed that the Banker has an MSc in financial analysis and fund management, a BSc in pure mathematics, statistics and mathematical sciences and a Masters in behavioural and biological psychology.
He also stated that he was a registered dentist. The Banker has also made infrequent and obscure visual appearances, which usually serve to exaggerate his reputation as only caring about his money.
On 25 December , at the end of the show, a brief shot from behind of a man in a suit and hat was switching off his television after watching the contestants sing Christmas carols.
Other short comical appearances followed, and on 20 October , he said he was going to appear in person to make his offer. However, when he came out it looked like he was hiding under a cloak, until Helen, a woman from the audience unveiled him to see a man called Alex.
The Banker then revealed it was just a fake, and that Helen and Alex knew each other. On several occasions the Banker's voice can be heard.
He has been heard laughing maniacally, blowing kisses and imitating Basil Brush. Contestants have described his voice as sounding like "a dirty phone call", old and sexy, rather like well spoken deep voiced fellow contestant Lance and "the Scream man".
Edmonds has often imitated the Banker's voice in a deep Churchillian tone. Short utterances or other audio from the Banker's end of the phone call can occasionally be heard by the viewer.
On 22 September , the Banker's voice was heard properly for the first time. In a twist to how the boxes are usually chosen, the contestant offered the Banker the opportunity of choosing his next three boxes.
The Banker accepted the offer and rather than talking to Edmonds over the phone, his deep, gravelly voice was heard making his choices through the studio speakers.
The Banker's personality is one of the most essential components of the show, and on many occasions has generated good or bad offers, gifts and surprises.
Such surprises have included early box swaps, chances to double offers, offer increases, offer decreases and additional gifts. On some shows, the Banker has offered items such as a copy of the rules, two weeks of therapy, the book " How to Win Friends and Influence People ", a loofah , "a train ticket back to wherever you came from" or even included the contestant's lucky number into the offer.
On 15 April , the Banker doubled contestants Gabrielle's and Savvas' winnings, after they both revealed they would be donating the money to charity.
The Banker has also played mind games with contestants by only offering box swaps, substantially low offers, decreasing offers and threats to other contestants.
On some occasions, the Banker has given poems and gifts to the chosen player. These gifts have included a bottle of bubble bath, a mini replica of a "Deal or No Deal" box, a bunch of roses, a "Deal or No Deal" mug and champagne.
On only one occasion in February , the Banker made an offer that was higher than any of the boxes remaining in the game. The contestant succeeded.
One of the waiting contestants remarked, "This is going to be an interesting offer". Noel himself observed that, "The Banker hasn't thought this one through".
It was academic though as the contestant had already left the game. Episodes of Deal or No Deal were pre-recorded.
Sunday editions ceased broadcast on 17 October While Deal or No Deal had a standard theme for most of the year, it also broadcast several special episodes usually themed to particular events or national public holidays such as Christmas and Easter.
These were stopped before the filming of the episodes due to Channel 4 Racing misinforming the show of when they would broadcast, resulting in the programme not knowing when their episodes would actually air.
Consequently, "Double Trouble" specials substituted the regular specials, in which two people play the game. These games were not in sequence with the regular show.
The show was put on hiatus for a two-month period in July returning in September , and for six months in April It returned to screens in October to conclude its studio based run, which ended on 11 December The special "Deal or No Deal On Tour" episodes aired from 12 to 23 December , officially bringing Deal or No Deal to an end.
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