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Some of BBC Radio Devon's presenters don pyjamas and red noses for Comic Relief!

Presenters in pyjamas!

Going Bananas in Pyjamas for Comic Relief!

Presenters and producers at BBC Radio Devon didn't bother to get dressed on Friday 13th March as they dismissed their regular attire to don their nightwear for the day.

It's not a sight you see every day at the BBC and frankly, not for the fainted hearted, however Danny Lawrence, Matt Woodley, Judi Spiers, Morwenna Hortop, Michael Chequer, Richard Green, Ian Calvert and producer Jess Dunbar had no shame and wore their pyjamas, dressing gowns and slippers in the studio to help raise money for Comic Relief.

Danny attempted to present the "crack of dawn" show from his sleeping bag in the studio whilst wearing a traditional Wee Willy Winkie outfit! (thanks to Barbara in Clyst St George for the loan) complete with candle.

The Radio Devon team kept the studio webcams switched on throughout the day so that listeners could see a different side to the voices they regularly tune into.

Morwenna sporting her great grandmother's night gown.

Strike a pose Victorian style

The Victorian look revived

Travel presenter, Morwenna turned a few heads as she drove into the studio wearing her great grandmother's night gown thought to be around 120 years old.

Judi Spiers turned up to work in her kimono and Richard Green sweated it out in the afternoon show studio in his dark blue toweling dressing gown.

If you'd like to support the team and donate some money to Comic Relief, follow the link below:

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