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But the work continued to pour in – at one point he was so ubiquitous on screen that one TV critic coined the phrase ''to Tarrant”. All my mates say I should retire, and Jane says I should – but I tell her I’ll be at home all week, driving her up the bloody wall.Since then he hasn’t stopped – although with Millionaire ending it must surely be the end of an era. The reality at the moment is that I’m so busy I can’t think.” Added to that, he says, the Tarrants just keep going.'Whenever I do an after-dinner speech, the first question is never about Millionaire, Capital Radio or Tarrant on TV – it’s always about Sally James and Spit the Dog' Want to phone a friend? It inspired an Oscar-winning film in Danny Boyle’s Slumdog Millionaire and ensured that a series of annoying catchphrases became part of the national language. “Tony Blair used 'I’m going to have to ask the audience’ in the House of Commons, and it’s been used in the Senate by Bush.” It has been sold to more than 120 countries (in Kazakhstan recently, Tarrant switched on his TV to find a fearsomely mustachioed host uttering the Kazakh equivalent of “But we don’t wanna give you that…”).At its peak it pulled in 19 million viewers (a staggering one in three of the British population).
He wrote to television companies saying: ''I am the face of the Seventies and this is your last chance to snap me up’’, and landed a job as a local TV newsreader before moving on to the cult children’s television programme Tiswas. “We had no idea what we were doing, but whenever I do an after-dinner speech, the first question is never about Millionaire, Capital Radio or Tarrant on TV – it’s always about Sally James and Spit the Dog.” How does he feel about the recent arrest of many prominent Seventies entertainers in the aftermath of the Jimmy Savile scandal?Watch in the player above - Stu on "[The Laundys] are quite devout Catholics but pretty down to earth people.They made their money from some pretty rough pubs so nothing would shock them and she [Sophie] does like a drink," they added of the 44-year-old, who is the heir to an eye-watering 0 million pub dynasty.His subsequent relationship with legal assistant Jane Bird was not without incident either; in 2009 he was arrested after a drunken row, although he was released without charge.Ingrid and Tarrant were forced back on speaking terms last year for their daughter Fia’s wedding.