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The One Show Team | 16:53 UK time, Thursday, 18 March 2010

Boy George joined Adrian and Christine in the studio.

This Easter, 'extreme horror mazes' hit the country's themeparks. Their aim - to take fairground fear to a new and somewhat disturbing level. Lucy Siegle put them to the test.

Mike Dilger looked at some of the important projects your generous Sport Relief donations are supporting. Find out how to donate.

Childhood obesity has long been a problem in the UK and is getting worse; it's estimated nearly a fifth of our children are so fat it's affecting their health. Viewer Jack Glassett told us more.

Dan Snow talked tanks.

And the show paid tribute to David Beckham. His international football career has dominated the news ever since he snapped his achilles at the weekend.

Read poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy's poem about David Beckham here.

See also: More info about the changes to The One Show blog

What did you think of tonight's show? Add your comment.


  • 1. At 6:52pm on 18 Mar 2010, Daneland wrote:

    Please take a look at yesterdays blog. # 71. This blog will be closing on the 25th March.

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  • 2. At 6:59pm on 18 Mar 2010, Daneland wrote:

    Boy George, Mmmmmm, passed his best buy date I think.

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  • 3. At 7:01pm on 18 Mar 2010, sxg123 wrote:

    #1 Daneland

    Yes, there is also now a link above with more details.

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  • 4. At 7:04pm on 18 Mar 2010, sxg123 wrote:

    Boy George looks like one of the Flower Pot Men.

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  • 5. At 7:08pm on 18 Mar 2010, Daneland wrote:

    #3 sg123

    Thanks have just noticed that this been added. Will be interesting to hear what regular bloggers take on this is. Cost cutting or gagging.

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  • 6. At 7:09pm on 18 Mar 2010, Len West wrote:

    So .. in South Africa the parents can't afford to pay for kids to go to school so they turn to drink and drugs ... am I missing something but where do they get the money for these? - call me cynical but could it be indirectly from donations to Sport Relief???

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  • 7. At 7:12pm on 18 Mar 2010, Alan wrote:

    Very dissapointed in the ethics of the one show, Boy George was convicted for restraining and beating a male in 2007, is the One show a platform for these individuals to promote their careers.

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  • 8. At 7:19pm on 18 Mar 2010, sky_viewer wrote:

    Re 5: both (see posts on the relevant thread).

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  • 9. At 7:20pm on 18 Mar 2010, jabbajockey wrote:

    Scraping the bottom of the barrel now has a new definition--'oldman george' the criminal druggy waster.Shame the Kray twins are no more, might have been more interesting, and tasteful. jabbajockey

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  • 10. At 7:20pm on 18 Mar 2010, Zoogan wrote:

    What are the South African government doing to help their own citizens, it's great that Sport Relief has had a positive effect for many disadvantaged, however pressure needs to be put on the Sth African govt, to sort these issues out. I believe they have spent £2.5 billion on the World Cup, that money could have gone a long way to sorting out the problems in the townships.

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  • 11. At 7:21pm on 18 Mar 2010, Daneland wrote:

    #4 sxg123

    We're showing our age now!

    Who is little weed? AC because he hasn't entered into a Sports Relief challenge, other than having a shave, or Christine!

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  • 12. At 7:22pm on 18 Mar 2010, jabbajockey wrote:

    6--Len West--I thought you were describing OUR stuation. jabbajockey

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  • 13. At 7:23pm on 18 Mar 2010, Rinty wrote:

    Bearing in mind that TOSblog is closing down on 25 March you may wish to carry on the nightly debate at the following link:


    There is no fear of being moderated on our site.

    First topic could be why has the producer closed down TOSblog?

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  • 14. At 7:23pm on 18 Mar 2010, sxg123 wrote:

    #5 Daneland

    Well, I'm appalled by the manner in which the changes are being introduced. Someone, somewhere, just seems to have made a decision allegedly based on usage, without any consultation with those most affected. As this blog was ostensibly set up to enable feedback to be provided to TOS (I say ostensibly because no one apart from the moderators ever seemed to take any notice), the opportunity for any form of direct communication with the programme has now been removed.

    There is this rather arrogant undercurrent to TOS production that suggests that the team always knows best and does not need to meaningfully interact with its audience. A similar culture exists on the Jeremy Vine Show.

    That said, they now appear to be running out of ideas if they are asking for video contributions from viewers. On a positive note, this should at least ensure that they don't recycle news items from days, weeks or even months ago as has been their practice.

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  • 15. At 7:24pm on 18 Mar 2010, Wazzy wrote:

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  • 16. At 7:25pm on 18 Mar 2010, sxg123 wrote:

    #11 Daneland

    Steady now. You'll start rumours.

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  • 17. At 7:26pm on 18 Mar 2010, Daneland wrote:

    #8 skyviewer


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  • 18. At 7:27pm on 18 Mar 2010, giovanni wrote:

    Personally I shall not be giving a penny to sport relief due to the continual publicity given on The One Show. Poverty in the African continent is confined only to South Africa. South Africa is probably the richest countries in African continent if not the world with it's gold and diamond resources. This seems to have been simply an excuse for the BBC to prepare the ground for the forthcoming world cup.

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  • 19. At 7:28pm on 18 Mar 2010, Daneland wrote:

    I for one will not be watching Sports Relief tomorrow. Don't think I can stand much more of CB skiing and as for AC's heroic effort of having a shave. Words fail.

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  • 20. At 7:30pm on 18 Mar 2010, Rinty wrote:

    Perhaps we can save TOSblog by restricting our comments to Christine's lovely dresses and Adrian's undeniable wit. A high price to pay methinks.

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  • 21. At 7:32pm on 18 Mar 2010, Daneland wrote:

    #20 JH

    I think that is what the Beeb want, a lot of self congratulatory tosh.
    Thre is a saying that I think is very relevant. The truth hurts.

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  • 22. At 7:33pm on 18 Mar 2010, sxg123 wrote:

    #20 John Holyer

    Yes, a bridge too far.

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  • 23. At 7:34pm on 18 Mar 2010, Adam wrote:

    What useful purpose does the one show hairdresser serve? Isn't it time you replaced him, or is he there just to fill slots when you have nothing better to show?

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  • 24. At 7:37pm on 18 Mar 2010, lindyloo wrote:

    What is the big deal about David Beckham being unable to play in the world cup ? Have we won the world cup in the past when he HAS been playing ?????? Mmmmmm I don't think so , so why will we miss him so much this time ?
    Maybe it's time he hung up his " GOLDEN BALLS " and stayed at home with his wife and kids !!!!!!

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  • 25. At 7:37pm on 18 Mar 2010, Stealer wrote:

    Keep the beard, it's flattering

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  • 26. At 7:43pm on 18 Mar 2010, flunklumpard wrote:

    TOS shows the plight of the kids in S.Africa and asks for our money to help them.

    Very soon many BBC employees including the one asking for our donations, will spend a month in S.Africa in luxury on guess what, yes that's right, our money.

    Strange world!

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  • 27. At 7:43pm on 18 Mar 2010, DJH TAXI wrote:


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  • 28. At 7:44pm on 18 Mar 2010, MarkR072 wrote:

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  • 29. At 7:45pm on 18 Mar 2010, flunklumpard wrote:

    Having seen the pieces Mkie Dilger did on S.Africa, I do hope the wags are billeted for the month in similar accomodation to that shown.Perhaps they could use their partners plastic to give those kids something worthwhile,instead of handbags,shoes and bling for themselves.

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  • 30. At 7:52pm on 18 Mar 2010, DJH TAXI wrote:

    What a shame my comments have to be checked,(moderated!!) i only said what i think alot of people wanted to say.

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  • 31. At 7:55pm on 18 Mar 2010, Daneland wrote:

    #14. sxg123

    We must never forget we are dealing with the Beeb here. What they do not understand or refuse to accept is that every licence payer is in effect a shareholder. But unlike any other company, they do not have to answer directly to the shareholders. What we are dealing with is decades of arrogance. They cannot be voted in or out by their paymasters, they are infact a law unto themselves with successive governments using the corporation as a propaganda machine. We, the licence payers, are of absolutely no consequence whatsoever. We are served a daily dose of dumming down on all levels of programming.

    TOS has run out of steam, I think this has been evident for somewhile and it needs a shake up from the grass roots to survive. I fear asking for home video's etc, smacks of utter desperation. Soon they will be encouraging us to phone in, often used on BBC radio, cheap and lazy programming. If TOS is on the air in 12 months time I will be truly surprised, but probably not watching.

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  • 32. At 7:55pm on 18 Mar 2010, DJH TAXI wrote:

    what did people think of boy george?

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  • 33. At 7:55pm on 18 Mar 2010, Alan wrote:

    Come on The One Show "Boy George" he was not worthy of an interview in his hey day, never mind now as a covicted criminal.

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  • 34. At 7:56pm on 18 Mar 2010, tyroneshoelaces wrote:

    Boy George's new single out Monday - can't wait! Better still, Harry Secombe's "If I ruled the world" is now being covered by CB .

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  • 35. At 7:58pm on 18 Mar 2010, tyroneshoelaces wrote:

    33 Alan

    So much for forgiveness and a second chance.

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  • 36. At 8:02pm on 18 Mar 2010, Daneland wrote:

    I think the number of bloggers here (for this time in the evening) sums up what most think of tonight's serving from TOS, or maybe most are suffering from Sports Relief fatigue. (Yawn)

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  • 37. At 8:20pm on 18 Mar 2010, crazylamp wrote:

    boy george 2day, whos next, gary glitter?

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  • 38. At 8:23pm on 18 Mar 2010, callyfragilistic wrote:

    Hi Ryan, Bye Ryan (The One Show Team). It's been nice, but now is the time to say goodbye, now is the time to yield a sigh, yield it yield it. So without further adieu it's goodbye from me. You might not have noticed but there be rumblings amongst the masses. You certainly won't be noticing it after post 25/3 (wee postie joke).

    So it's night night everyone. Night night. It's been . . (insert according to your loyal TOS viewer feedback. You'll never know that either. Ne'er mind eh.) Thanks for at least keeping the archive.

    Think I'm goin' back. Classic Byrds outro. Now there's class lad. There's class. Good luck with the Brazilians Adrian. And Christine - yow did reet grand lass. x

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  • 39. At 8:31pm on 18 Mar 2010, sky_viewer wrote:

    Carol Ann Duffy's 'poem' seems a fine argument for the discontinuation of the appointment of poet laureate.

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  • 40. At 8:43pm on 18 Mar 2010, Alan wrote:

    35 tyroneshoelaces

    I am all for forgiveness and second chances to people who deserve it, massaging his enormous ego on national TV and releasing another drab single does not do it for me, sorry

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  • 41. At 8:43pm on 18 Mar 2010, tyroneshoelaces wrote:

    Maybe the blog is dying a natural death. Think Sports Relief and overdosing on CB may have been the final torture to scare the many regulars away.

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  • 42. At 9:05pm on 18 Mar 2010, Richard Dugan wrote:

    What have you gotta do wrong to stop getting your face on The One Show, Boy George is a sad example of his former self, and yes he been in trouble with the law, but does this stop cheap television, hhhmmm.

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  • 43. At 9:57pm on 18 Mar 2010, watchingone wrote:

    38 callyfragilistic, I just want to say, I dont know what youre on, my friend, but I want some! Your posts make me smile.

    39 Sky viewer, Ive always had a lot of time for Boy George but he certainly cant read poetry, especially not iffy poetry.

    11 - in one of my final acts of defending the presenters on this blog, I say once again, Adrian did a sports relief challenge 2 years ago. If everyone is apparently sick of hearing about the waterskiing, how would they feel if they'd had to watch reports about both of them doing a challenge! For those of us who think the beard improves him, he has already said he's going to grow it back, according to a report in some highly reliable red-top newspaper.

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  • 44. At 10:08pm on 18 Mar 2010, flunklumpard wrote:

    43 watchingone

    I think it would be more entertaining if Adrian gave Christine a good shave tomorrow night. She's hairier than he is.

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  • 45. At 10:34pm on 18 Mar 2010, P wrote:

    Boy George. Heroin addict/ ex-heroin addict. Certainly a false imprisoner. Who knows what his intentions were with THAT episode..? Yet, a welcome guest on national TV. Caro, Thatcher goes for a moronic remark that he should never have been in a position to make, as it wasn't her penetrating intellect that led her to be hired. In her sheltered World, she couldn't see that the World had moved on 40 years. But, no clemency.

    Hardeep Singh Kohli - a very funny contributor to the show. Dispatched.

    Boy George, a heroin addict/ex-heroin addict, false imprisoner in a SM situaton that he forced beyond consent welcomed onto the show.

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  • 46. At 10:38pm on 18 Mar 2010, flunklumpard wrote:

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  • 47. At 07:22am on 19 Mar 2010, pintofstella wrote:


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  • 48. At 08:17am on 19 Mar 2010, martin stevens wrote:

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  • 49. At 08:40am on 19 Mar 2010, Len West wrote:

    47# -- It can't be ... can it? ...this was Tim Rawlins signature..

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  • 50. At 10:27am on 19 Mar 2010, P wrote:

    I know why Kohli was dispatched, Flunk. I am clearly aying that having Boy George on was wrong and out of kilter with the holier than thou approach of the show.

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  • 51. At 10:41am on 19 Mar 2010, callyfragilistic wrote:

    Cheers Watchingone. ITV at the moment - I never knew there was so much in it. Just joshing. I've discovered life beyond The One Show - The Wonders of The SS - fantastic, amazing, all those spirally starry fings an' that. Wow! I can see Adrian's house from up here! Toot toot! as Ivor would say (one for the kiddies). Oops. Sorry Auntie, just playing with the SFX. Ministry of Defence on alert. (Oh bother. They've seen me now. Should have used some of that camouflage that was on the other night. Or maybe that Lee Millar wraparound stuff?) Was going to go for a 'botherations!' as maybe I could slip past with four silly-bubbles - might be a bit of a stretch. Talking of which - Boy George?! Shlobalob - surely not Bill - no, definitely Ben. (credit to post up there yonder). Bet his wellies rubalot (sorry). Also, as has been commented on, things all seem to be resembling one of those huge heaps of mashed potato with sticky-out sausages that you used to find in an old comic - ie past its sell-by date. I'm sorry BG, and I don't mean Brendan, but the scene did seem complemented. Anyway, good luck with the film. Good luck with the show, but it is looking tired. Maybe it'll perk up, but I do think you'd be a bit daft to cut off a resource that could stimulate things and give some feedback. I was going to go on about the lack of ideas emanating from the doughnut, esp on certain floors but well, we all know that already. Whilst we're all tucked up nice in our little horizontal linear post-boxes, ask us what you like. -We'll tell you, maybe what you don't like. But it'll be truthful and with a mutual aim of improving the programme and keep raising the bar. (sorry hic! Adrian).

    I'm not the only one who feels that what can be an entertaining, educational and stimulating programme is heading for dumb-down land. Just a few voices from the back seat concerned that your shiny titles will soon become tawdry, heralding another half-hour of dross. Personally, I'm getting out at the next set of lights coz I need a breather and I see a car crash looming if it gets into phone-in and send in your bestest angel picture. Be sure to ask mummy before you snort the glitter now Gyles. And stop chasing the girls around the sofa with your mellifluous dulcet tones.

    Meanwhile, it looks like we are soon to be 'omeless. No last minute reprieve?

    Just out of interest, when might the Christmas compilation DVD be coming out by the way? The out-takes special feature should be good. HSK, CT . . US.

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  • 52. At 10:53am on 19 Mar 2010, flunklumpard wrote:

    49 Len West

    Also that of Anthony; haha hoho

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  • 53. At 11:03am on 19 Mar 2010, Big Joe Smur wrote:

    The One Show's producers have plumbed the depths by inviting a convicted criminal on and the the hosts should hang their heads in shame for fetting him as if he were some kind of celebrity. He committed a very serious crime associated with perverted sexual acts.

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  • 54. At 11:34am on 19 Mar 2010, flunklumpard wrote:

    54 Big Joe Slur

    I don't particularly like Boy George, however some of the holier than thou comments made on this blog about his appearance on TOS is laughable.

    The list of people who should not be on TV would be rather long when we consider rappers, several of whom are convicted killers, feted on TV everywhere, Radio and TV presenters with criminal drug convictions, footballers with vile agressive backgrounds, several having committed crimes against women - all on TV regularly.

    Let's have a level playing field!

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  • 55. At 4:12pm on 19 Mar 2010, Silurian wrote:

    Who the hell does The One Show think it is/they are? Who was it who thought it a good idea to give airtime and free advertising to Boy George, a convicted freak who made light of his "holiday with Her Majesty" where he wrote the very same new album that the program promoted? The BBC and those who take their salaries from the license payer has a responsibility to those who watch it and pay for it. Who next? Garry Glitter perhaps. He probably needs a few bob after his "career break". Perhaps The One Show has a spot for him.

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  • 56. At 7:03pm on 19 Mar 2010, flunklumpard wrote:

    Dear me, I forgot it was Sports Relief tonight. If I last 3 minutes with this racket I'll be doing well.

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  • 57. At 7:04pm on 19 Mar 2010, Daneland wrote:

    #56 flunklumpard.

    I cannot bear to watch these self congratulatory zedlisters. I will be watching Danish X Factor! But you have a good night.

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  • 58. At 8:16pm on 19 Mar 2010, tyroneshoelaces wrote:

    Come back TOS, all is forgiven. The presenting is terrible.

    Still at least Sports Relief gives her the freedom to brag that she is a wag.

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  • 59. At 8:20pm on 19 Mar 2010, Daneland wrote:


    Sports relief blog.

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  • 60. At 8:47pm on 19 Mar 2010, Daneland wrote:

    #58 Tyroneshoelaces.

    Don't hold your breath to get your comment posted on the sports relief blogspot!

    They are very slow posting all the CB compliments!

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  • 61. At 8:55pm on 19 Mar 2010, tyroneshoelaces wrote:

    #60 daneland

    She comes accross fine on TOS, but she was not good on Sports Relief. I'll give her the benefit of the doubt and suggest she may have been nervous.

    Incidentally, are these TV presenters doing this for charity or are they getting a fat fee?

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  • 62. At 9:08pm on 19 Mar 2010, Daneland wrote:

    #61 Re tyroneshoelaces.

    Re the presenters. Will we ever know?

    Unlike Children In Need, they do not state that every penny donated is given to the charity. So maybe we can assume that appearance fees are part of the so called administration costs.

    I have tried to find out from the Charity Commission Website more about the amount actually donated to the charity but there is no charity listed under than name. I am wondering what name it is registered under, and why it should be under a different name.
    Perhaps someone can answer this question.

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  • 63. At 9:34pm on 19 Mar 2010, jadedoldie wrote:

    The Sports Relief blog is even slower than TOSblog to be moderated! Now that IS a miracle!!

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  • 64. At 10:25pm on 19 Mar 2010, flunklumpard wrote:

    Sports Relief script has Lineker and Bleakley conspiring to tell us she is a wag. What has this self indulgence got to do with the starving in Africa?

    Christine, you need to get back to being Christine. Your toffee has pointed you in the wrong direction.

    Credit though for your water skiing and the cash it raised.

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  • 65. At 10:07am on 20 Mar 2010, Len West wrote:

    #62 Daneland..What most people dont know is that there is an umberella company called 'Charity Projects'. This is the home of Comic Relief and it's subsidary 'Sports Relief'. The obscurity does make it difficult to discover the large amount of running costs / expenses / salaries etc. There is an extraordinarily long list of trustees but I have been unable to find out what their renumeration / expenses are.
    The 'Sports Relief' programme is funded by BBC Entertainment so in effect not only are you donating to 'Sport Relief' but paying for it's
    promotion via your T.V. licence.

    The accounts can be accessed via the following link.


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  • 66. At 10:15am on 20 Mar 2010, flunklumpard wrote:

    65 Len West

    Does that mean the presenters were paid for their 'charity' stints last night?

    I remember being very dismayed when I found out what the BBC had been paying a bewigged, aging DJ who regularly hosted another money raising venture.

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  • 67. At 11:18am on 20 Mar 2010, Daneland wrote:

    #65 Len West

    Thank you for yor posting, very informative.

    If the 'SR'programme is funded by BBC Entertainment, TOS would be in a position to confirm if the pesenters and celebrities appearing were paid.

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  • 68. At 1:38pm on 20 Mar 2010, Len West wrote:

    Excerpt from published accounts:-

    “In order to run itself in a professional and effective way Comic Relief incurs necessary costs. Raising funds, making grants and organisational overheads cost real money. Despite these costs, Comic Relief is still able to promise that for every pound the charity gets directly from the public, a pound goes to helping transform the lives of people living with poverty and social injustice. If Sport Relief raises £25million, Comic Relief will spend at least £25million doing just that. It can make this promise because its operating budget is covered in cash or in kind from all types of supporters like corporate sponsors and donors, suppliers, generous individuals and government (including Gift Aid), as well as from investment income and interest.”

    It seems strange that ALL contributions are used for helping the underpriveleged.. but Sports Relief pays for it's operation by 'corporate sponsorship and 'generous' donations .. but as it is dificult to seperate the running costs it begs the question - how much extra could be going to good causes? Do the 'generous donors' know that they're paying for large offices, large salaries and expenses - and these are the only 'good causes' (sic) to benefit?

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  • 69. At 2:31pm on 20 Mar 2010, Len West wrote:

    Just watching out takes of Question of Sport Relief.... Frank Skinner said "I'm not getting paid for this are you" and looked at the panel - all of whom looked embarassed and looked away ..no responses .. Silence is golden?

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  • 70. At 4:14pm on 20 Mar 2010, aimsco wrote:

    Maybe Host Ryan will tell us if the 'stars' got paid for the Sports Relief gig, or if they gave up their time for charity. Ask Christine,mate.

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  • 71. At 00:19am on 21 Mar 2010, Silurian wrote:

    This is not a comment, it is a question. Did any of the "stars" on sports relief get paid. The BBC website provides this forum, I expect the BBC to answer my question.

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  • 72. At 11:56am on 21 Mar 2010, Daneland wrote:

    I posted on BBC Sport (sports relief blog) how much you could earn working for 'Charity Projects', plus the fact that a there was a very sizeable amount paid into the pension pot. I must have bit a nerve as it was removed.

    To stay on topic.

    Wasn't Christine AB FAB on Friday night, I was chocking back the tears!

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  • 73. At 3:45pm on 21 Mar 2010, flunklumpard wrote:

    72 Daneland

    Christine is much better at presenting whilst sitting down. Too much posturing in the upright position. Couldn't watch too much of it on Friday.

    Glad to see that the much under publicised Helen Skelton gets a good airing on BBC2 tonight at 1905, in a 45 minute documentary of her travels.

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  • 74. At 7:17pm on 21 Mar 2010, jkp wrote:

    Boy George was pathetic. Can't you do better than that?

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  • 75. At 10:42am on 22 Mar 2010, flunklumpard wrote:

    Delighted that CB raised a good amount of cash for Sports Relief, but did the presenters do the gig on Friday for free, given it was for charity? Do tell us, we are entitled to know.

    Now that that this event is over can we go back to TOS rather than the CB show and please CB give us a break from all this wag rubbish. You protest too much, but then again it gets you the attention you now so desperately crave. Do remember that you are but a TV presenter and as yet, not running the country.

    Loved Adrian's shoes.

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  • 76. At 11:13am on 22 Mar 2010, mortiemortimer wrote:

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  • 77. At 12:51pm on 23 Mar 2010, Len West wrote:

    R.I.P. .. TOS BLOG

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  • 78. At 10:25am on 25 Mar 2010, Sea Wolf wrote:

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