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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Chris Tarrant. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Chris Tarrant, often where they are interviewed.

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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Chris Tarrant. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Chris Tarrant, often where they are interviewed.

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Chris Tarrant’s cunning fishing confession

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Matt Withers is once again joined at a safe social distance of 57,936m by Chris Beckett to take stock of some of the most momentous dispatches from the showbusiness frontline, including Chris Tarrant’s cunning fishing confession, Katie Price’s treadmill war, Prince Harry’s hair op pressure and Carol Kirkwood’s major on-air blunder.
Jun 30 2020 · 24mins
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Episode 20: Who came first Barney or Chris Tarrant?

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Jun 10 2020 · 1hr 6mins

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Episode 2 - All Things Entertainment & Mental Health - Special Guest Chris Tarrant.

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Join us in this episode as we talk about all things Entertainment in the current climate our views on what will happen and briefly touch on mental health during lockdown. 

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May 11 2020 · 33mins
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While It's Rendering - Episode 2 - Chris Tarrant's A Weeb, And A New Challenger Approaches!

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While it's Rendering Episode 2!!

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“The betrayal of Chris Tarrant..."

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In this episode: Paul is off on one of his escapades, so Stephen and Ryan are joined by Producer Josh, who tells them about his recent, disastrous experience with a one-man band. Ryan talks about making his TV debut, alongside Trevor McDonald, and how tripping on a stray apple had catastrophic results. Stephen talks about how his new fitness regime has backfired to gym awkwardness, and how turning down a slice of cake caused cruise ship outrage. They discuss their bizarre egg preparation techniques, and are aghast to discover how Josh's is akin to that of a “crack fiend.” Stephen also tests the team's knowledge of the middle-aged mum favourite, Josh Groban, in the feature, 'What a load of Josh!'

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About the show: Dodging Death is a weekly comedy podcast, hosted by Stephen Williams Jr and Ryan Paton. Join them for an hour of generally uninformed, irrelevant chat - where they discuss topics such as celebrity builder Nick Knowles, the daily threat of gout and bus driver rivalry. Despite its name, the podcast will offer little in the way of information towards how you can, in fact, avoid an untimely demise. If anything, it’ll only make your fear of it worse. Enjoy.


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May 05 2019 · 1hr
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77: Chris Tarrant - Capital presenter

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The man who started out doing the silly bits on regional TV and graduated to a 17 year stay on the UK’s then most influential commercial radio station – plus hosting one of the World’s most influential TV quiz shows. 

In this hour of #Radiomoments ‘Conversations’, Chris Tarrant opens up about how he fell into the world of commercial radio, and then how he was appointed to the helm of Capital breakfast in London. He tells of how the programme evolved – his relationship with his boss - his questions about the endless meetings which often surround breakfast shows – and how it felt being effectively responsible for the Capital share price as the programme started to own London. He talks too of how Who Wants to be a Millionaire was devised and delivered – and shares his fears about the stroke he suffered on a journey back from Bangkok.

In his own words, this is the Chris Tarrant story.

See the whole Conversations series here. Theme music from Larry Bryant.

Apr 09 2019 · 56mins
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Chris Tarrant

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Presented by Richard Coles and Aasmah Mir.

Chris Tarrant has been a household staple since the mid 70s when he shook up Saturday mornings with children's TV series Tiswas. He went on to do Capital Radio breakfast show and was the presenter of ground breaking quiz show Who wants to be a Millionaire, which ran for 15 years, presenting many other programmes along the way. His latest project has been a labour of love - a book about his father's experience in the second world war. But it's a story he only uncovered after his father's death. He'll be talking about writing his father's story, his links with those Millionaire winners and slowing down after a stroke.

Listener Glenys Newton won a story telling competition with a story from her childhood, in which her Uncle Meirion's car - with her family inside - was attacked by lions at a Safari Park. She's passionate about family stories, and people's lives. She relives what happened at the Safari park, and how it has inspired her love of storytelling.

Dino Martins is an entomologist whose mission is to highlight the key role of pollination in the world. Growing up in rural Kenya his passion was insects from a young age. This enthusiasm, combined with hard work and some luck meant he got an education which culminated with a PhD at Harvard University in America. Over in the UK to receive the 2015 Whitley Gold Award from Princess Anne, he talks about his extraordinary journey which begins and ends in Kenya.

Iain Lauchlan has spent 40 years in the TV industry, specialising in pre school television programmes. He presented Playschool, Fingermouse, 'invented' the Tweenies, has numerous producing and writing credits to his name, and for 25 years has played the the pantomime Dame in Coventry, where he also writes the pantomime. He's loaned pieces to a new exhibition about Children's Television in Coventry and joins us to talk about his life in Children's TV.

Songwriter Guy Chambers is probably best known for his work with Robbie Williams, with whom he co-wrote hits such as "Rock DJ", "Feel", "Millennium", "Let Me Entertain You", and "Angels". Guy has previously won 3 Ivor Novello awards, and is a member of the committee judging the awards this year. For his inheritance tracks, he chooses The Beatles, Tomorrow Never Knows and Ravel's Concerto for piano and orchestra in G major, second movement.

Daniel Parker is a film make up artist, following in the footsteps of his father. His credits include Troy, Apocalypto and Frankenstein, for which he received an Oscar and British Film Award nominations. Among his recent projects are Cloud Atlas, Zero Dark 30, Everly, The Coup and Unlocked. He shares his experiences.

Dad's War by Chris Tarrant is published by Virgin books.

The Story of Children's Television is at the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry from 22 May to 13 September 2015.

Producer: Corinna Jones
Editor: Karen Dalziel.
May 16 2015 · 1hr 25mins
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Chris Tarrant

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Sue Lawley's castaway is broadcaster Chris Tarrant.

Favourite track: Tequila Sunrise by Eagles
Book: The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris
Luxury: A lucky sixpence
Apr 22 2001 · 33mins