Bullseye Host And Comedian Jim Bowen Dies Aged 80

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Bowen was known as host of darts-based game show Bullseye in 80s and 90s
He began career as a stand-up comedian and was also a deputy headmaster
Bowen, of Lancashire, acted in Jonathan Creek and Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights
'You can't beat a bit of Bully!' 
'Stay out of the black and into the red, Nothing in this game for two in a bed.' 
'Let's have a look at what you could have won.' 
'Now the cash you won for charity earlier... that's safe.' 
'Super, smashing, great.' 
'You win nothing but your BFH... Bus Fare Home' 
'I've got £100 here and it'll take me two minutes to count out.'
'All for the throw of a dart' 
'You've got the time it takes for the board to revolve...' (to decide if the contestants were going to gamble their prizes) 
'Up to the oche - and listen to Tony!' (a reference to show co-host Tony Green)

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