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  • Message 1. 

    Posted by Peta (U24) on Tuesday, 12th March 2013

    Now in its 25th year, Red Nose Day is the home of amazing events, epic fundraising, funny sketches and touching stories.

    smiley - biggrin All 2013 programmes episode guides

    www.bbc.co.uk/progra...

    smiley - biggrin Comic Relief Programmes

    Special Comic Relief editions of big BBC shows, as well as some extra Red Nose Day programmes.

    www.bbc.co.uk/progra...

    smiley - biggrin To get all the latest on Red Nose Day, sign up for emails at rednoseday.com www.rednoseday.com...

    smiley - biggrin Join the charity's Red Nose Day Facebook www.facebook.com/off... page

    smiley - biggrin Follow Red Nose Day on Twitter https://twitter.com....

    smiley - biggrin Red Nose Day YouTube - watch programmes and clips online here.

    www.youtube.com/redn...

    smiley - biggrin Red Nose Day Google+

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    smiley - biggrin Fundraise: Do something funny for money! www.bbc.co.uk/progra...


    From epic events that get everyone involved to quick and simple cash-raisers that are a doddle to do, get all the fundraising ideas you need, and the tools to get started. Get your fundraising going:

    • Order your free Fundraising Kit
    • Save the date
    • Sponsorship form
    • Workplace planning checklist

    smiley - biggrin Favourite Fundraising Ideas

    From big events to fast and easy fundraising, we've got loads of tried and tested ideas so you’re not stuck for something to do on the big day.

    1. Get everyone to pay to wear fancy dress for the day.
    2. Hold a bake off battle where people pay to enter the culinary competition
    3. Host a pay-to-play Red Nose Day Quiz

    smiley - biggrin Get many more fundraising ideas on the Red Nose Day website. www.bbc.co.uk/progra...

    smiley - biggrin Schools: Red Nose Day In Schools

    Red Nose Day is back on Friday 15th March. We’ve done our homework to create tonnes of tailor-made resources, easy fundraising ideas and curriculum-linked activities for schools and early years groups that you and your kids will love.

    www.bbc.co.uk/progra...

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    Posted by Peta (U24) on Tuesday, 12th March 2013


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    Changing Lives

    Red Nose Day is when the whole country gets together to have fun and raise life-changing cash. From fantastic fundraising feats to acts of downright daftness, it’s all back on Friday 15th March 2013.

    Raising money and changing lives

    We use the money you raise to transform the lives of countless people, both here at home in the UK and across Africa.

    In the UK you help give shelter to young people living on the streets and protection to those living with domestic abuse. In fact, wherever you are in the UK, it's likely you're never more than 30 miles from a Comic Relief supported project.

    In Africa, your money saves thousands from malaria and provides whole communities with fresh water and life-saving vaccines.

    This is all just a fraction of what your money can do - and it couldn't happen without your brilliant support. Thank you.

    Find out more...
    www.rednoseday.com/w...

    How we spend your money www.comicrelief.com/...

    In the UK, you help give shelter to young people living on the streets and protection to those living with domestic abuse. In Africa, your money saves thousands from malaria and provides whole communities with fresh water and life-saving vaccines.

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    Posted by Polemicist (U14349342) on Tuesday, 12th March 2013

    Peta

    I don't know why you found it necessary to start a new thread associated with Comic Relief.

    There is a perfectly good existing thread where we are already both discussing and debating this televised begathon.

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  • Message 4

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    Posted by Peta (U24) on Tuesday, 12th March 2013


    I've started this one with all the summary information in the first post, as it will be useful for new first time posters who want information or have questions. smiley - ok

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  • Message 5

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    Posted by puppydogeyes (U14659366) on Tuesday, 12th March 2013

    Perhaps we can have a friendly one for positive comments-and leave the other ones for the "other" comments?

    Not likely -but you know -peace and harmony and all that smiley - smiley

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  • Message 6

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    Posted by GusMcGuire (U7223549) on Wednesday, 13th March 2013

    Perhaps we can have a friendly one for positive comments-and leave the other ones for the "other" comments?

    Not likely -but you know -peace and harmony and all that smiley - smiley 
    That will never happen, I'm afraid, since each would soon have posts from viewers with the opposing view and pretty soon there'd be so much bickering it would be impossible to tell one thread from the other.

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  • Message 7

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    Posted by meddaboy (U15031418) on Thursday, 14th March 2013

    the bbc seem to have worked themselves into a frenzy over this comic relief nonsense. i for one would like to see how all the money breaks down,what type of wages are these administrators on,how much actually gets to the african kids whose goverments are riddled with corruption,i am not mean and i always give to the blind,heart foundation and cancer fund raisers,we have pensioners in this country who cant afford to heat their homes for gods sake,think on uk.

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    Posted by puppydogeyes (U14659366) on Thursday, 14th March 2013

    the bbc seem to have worked themselves into a frenzy over this comic relief nonsense. i for one would like to see how all the money breaks down,what type of wages are these administrators on,how much actually gets to the african kids whose goverments are riddled with corruption,i am not mean and i always give to the blind,heart foundation and cancer fund raisers,we have pensioners in this country who cant afford to heat their homes for gods sake,think on uk.  Completely ignoring the point that part of the money raised goes to good causes in the UK as well as overseas

    Did you not know that?

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  • Message 9

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    Posted by commonwomble (U5295763) on Thursday, 14th March 2013

    www.comicrelief.com/...

    If you click on the UK and then areas within UK it list some of the UK causes Comic Relief supports, including charities which support the elderly.

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  • Message 10

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    Posted by laughinsam (U11244950) on Thursday, 14th March 2013

    How cringe worthy are Miranda Hart's ( and I use the word advisedly) "challenges".

    Never has the phrase "not funny and certainly not clever" been more apt.

    And as an aside is the comedy haircut an affectation or part of the challenge, because if so I think I'll keep my £5 in my pocket thanks.

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  • Message 11

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    Posted by farmergiles69 (U14063984) on Thursday, 14th March 2013

    How cringe worthy are Miranda Hart's ( and I use the word advisedly) "challenges".

    Never has the phrase "not funny and certainly not clever" been more apt.

    And as an aside is the comedy haircut an affectation or part of the challenge, because if so I think I'll keep my £5 in my pocket thanks.

     
    Would gladly give £5 to charity to stop her from trying to be funny, she would have raised a lot more that way.

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  • Message 12

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    Posted by meddaboy (U15031418) on Thursday, 14th March 2013

    i agree with all uk charities getting a piece of the action,but these african ones i do not agree with,why dont their own goverments do more instead of buying arms and funding wars.they think were a soft touch and i think they are right.and another point big miranda doesnt make me laugh and that goes for about 95 per cent of them.

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  • Message 13

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    Posted by Lurkalot (U15611853) on Thursday, 14th March 2013

    we've got a triple dip recession here. charity begins at home! smiley - ok

    perhaps bbc could not do eurotrash and give our licence money that they would spent to charity instead!

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  • Message 14

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    Posted by Gill P (U14122746) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    Is there anything worth watching on the other channels. I thought the catch phrase was "Do something funny for money" They haven't yet!

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  • Message 15

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    Posted by Bidie-In (U2747062) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    Old enough to remember the first Comic Relief, and people from bus drivers to bank staff, shop workers and postmen happily wore red noses. Last time, they were not being worn - other than in the 1 supermarket which seems to have the monopoly on the branded charity goods.

    No doubt the schools take part but it is sad that the original spirit where everyone joined in and wore their nose seems to have faded.

    I shall be on Nose Watch when I go out today, but I am not hopeful....

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    Posted by Peta (U24) on Friday, 15th March 2013


    Red Nose Day Facebook

    https://www.faceboo...

    Red Nose Day Twitter

    https://twitter.com...

    Red Nose Day YouTube - watch programmes and clips online here.

    www.youtube.com/redn...

    Red Nose Day Google+

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    And the site map for the Red Nose Day site, with easy links to all the content!

    www.rednoseday.com/s...

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  • Message 18

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    Posted by Peta (U24) on Friday, 15th March 2013


    Our Fundraising

    www.rednoseday.com/c...

    OUR FUNDRAISING PROMISE
    We are members of the Fundraising Standards Board self-regulatory scheme.

    The Fundraising Standards Board works to ensure that organisations raising money for charity from the public do so honestly and properly. As members of the scheme, we follow the Institute of Fundraising’s Codes of Fundraising Practice and comply with the key principles embodied in the Codes and in this Promise.

    We are committed to high standards

    We do all we can to ensure that fundraisers, volunteers and fundraising contractors working with us to raise funds comply with the Codes and with this Promise
    We comply with the law including those that apply to data protection, health and safety and the environment
    We are honest and open

    We tell the truth and do not exaggerate
    We do what we say we are going to do
    We answer all reasonable questions about our fundraising activities and costs. Please contact us, visit our website or see our Annual Report if you require further details
    We are clear

    We are clear about who we are, what we do and how your gift is used
    Where we have a promotional agreement with a commercial company, we make clear how much of the purchase price we receive
    We give a clear explanation of how you can make a gift and amend a regular commitment
    We are respectful

    We respect the rights, dignities and privacy of our supporters and beneficiaries
    We will not put undue pressure on you to make a gift and if you do not want to give or wish to cease giving, we will respect your decision
    If you tell us that you don’t want us to contact you in a particular way we will not do so
    We are fair and reasonable

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  • Message 19

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    Posted by dave (U2043922) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    Is there anything worth watching on the other channels. I thought the catch phrase was "Do something funny for money" They haven't yet!  More like " do any old thing for money " smiley - smiley

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  • Message 20

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    Posted by Peta (U24) on Friday, 15th March 2013



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  • Message 21

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    Posted by Bidie-In (U2747062) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    Didn't spot a single red nose being worn whilst out and about. I am old enough to remember year one when EVERYONE seemed to be wearing them.

    Can others report back if they see any?

    People may still buy them, but it is a shame they are not being worn with pride.....

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  • Message 22

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    Posted by yellowcat (U218155) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    Didn't spot a single red nose being worn whilst out and about. I am old enough to remember year one when EVERYONE seemed to be wearing them.

    Can others report back if they see any? 


    Not seen any, actually I did not realise that it was tonight.

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  • Message 23

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    Posted by meddaboy (U15031418) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    the scrum of agents trying to get their clients on the the bill for this give us your money for the unfortunate tv marathon show must have been a sight to behold, yet a good friend of mine cant get anywhere near the bill as she is not deemed funny or popular enough,claire sweeney i would remind the orginizers is a multi talented national treasure who was willing to do her bit no matter how de meaning just to raise money for children who have parents who are junkies.shame on you.

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  • Message 24

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    Posted by Peta (U24) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    the scrum of agents trying to get their clients on the the bill for this give us your money for the unfortunate tv marathon show must have been a sight to behold, yet a good friend of mine cant get anywhere near the bill as she is not deemed funny or popular enough,claire sweeney i would remind the orginizers is a multi talented national treasure who was willing to do her bit no matter how de meaning just to raise money for children who have parents who are junkies.shame on you. 

    Shame on you? What for not including your friend? Don't be daft. smiley - doh

    Is your friend Claire Jane Sweeney the English actress, singer and television personality, best known for playing the role of Lindsey Corkhill in the Channel 4 soap opera Brookside?

    Has she done any work on the BBC?

    I'd guess no matter how lovely she is, not everyone will be able to take a slot on Comic Relief.

    There's nothing to stop her from doing her own thing to raise money if she'd like to.

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  • Message 25

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    Posted by puppydogeyes (U14659366) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    If it is- that would be the same Claire Sweeney who was in the "Soap Stars" ensemble foe Lets Dance-so not much of a close friend smiley - whistle

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  • Message 26

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    Posted by vanessalou (U14182395) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    Didn't spot a single red nose being worn whilst out and about. I am old enough to remember year one when EVERYONE seemed to be wearing them.

    Can others report back if they see any? 


    Not seen any, actually I did not realise that it was tonight.  
    Only saw them in a certain supermarket, no where else. Poor staff were on a stationery bike in silly costumes with Agadoo blaring out and being generally ignored by the shoppers. Millionaire "celebs"asking people on minimum wage to raise money whilst they use the opportunity to try to raise their profile irks me.

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  • Message 27

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    Posted by Peta (U24) on Friday, 15th March 2013


    No everyone is on minimum wage. It's up to people whether they chose to give to a charity or not.

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  • Message 28

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    Posted by meddaboy (U15031418) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    claire is busy with the wright stuff this week and filming for shopping channel ,but she says she would have put all that a side to be on the comedy relief thing any one who who has saw her in panto would tell you she is great at comedy,as she said to me last week its not what you know its who you know at the bbc..no doubt lenny henry will pop up somewhere,i will watch tonight but under protest and will give my honest and forth right views on these forums.

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  • Message 29

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    Posted by Dover Soul (U14934992) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    As aleady stated, Claire could do anything she wanted to herself to raise money, or would that not give a high enough profile?

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  • Message 30

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    Posted by puppydogeyes (U14659366) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    claire is busy with the wright stuff this week and filming for shopping channel ,but she says she would have put all that a side to be on the comedy relief thing any one who who has saw her in panto would tell you she is great at comedy,as she said to me last week its not what you know its who you know at the bbc..no doubt lenny henry will pop up somewhere,i will watch tonight but under protest and will give my honest and forth right views on these forums.  Conveniently ignoring all I said in message 25 then meddaboy?

    You doing anything to raise money at all?

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  • Message 31

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    Posted by Peta (U24) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    claire is busy with the wright stuff this week and filming for shopping channel ,but she says she would have put all that a side to be on the comedy relief thing any one who who has saw her in panto would tell you she is great at comedy,as she said to me last week its not what you know its who you know at the bbc..no doubt lenny henry will pop up somewhere,i will watch tonight but under protest and will give my honest and forth right views on these forums. 

    So she's obviously interested in raising money for Comic Relief, that's great to hear.

    What's she doing to raise money for it? smiley - smiley

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  • Message 32

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    Posted by Guv-nor (U7476305) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    In reply to meddaboy, do you recall saying this ....
    ive never given to comic or any other relief does this make me a bad person ? i watched the very un funny give it up did people actually pay to get in to see this dross and as for the graham norton nonsense,well quality tv it was not,next friday will be a gathering of all the usual look at me desperate to be seen of washed up socalled funny tv people,i for one cant wait. 
    Here www.bbc.co.uk/dna/mb...

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  • Message 33

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    Posted by meddaboy (U15031418) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    why is the funniest man in the uk today also not included in tonights line up,does comedy guru richard curtis not like the cut of his jib ? is he running scared that the mighty frankie boyle might say something that could upset the nation and endanger his chances of a knighthood,i will let you make up your own minds.

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    Posted by Dover Soul (U14934992) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    But Richard Curtis is involved in at least two ways.

    Are you ignoring the questions asked in the last few posts?

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  • Message 35

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    Posted by Dover Soul (U14934992) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    Oh I understand now, you are asking about Frankie Boyle. Don't you think he's done enough already?

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  • Message 36

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    Posted by puppydogeyes (U14659366) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    why is the funniest man in the uk today also not included in tonights line up,does comedy guru richard curtis not like the cut of his jib ? is he running scared that the mighty frankie boyle might say something that could upset the nation and endanger his chances of a knighthood,i will let you make up your own minds.  Ignorance of the facts -yet again-Frankie Boyle did contribute to a concert -but his material was felt unfit to broadcast

    My mind is made up on your good self -you do not know what you are talking about-as has been proved already twice today

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  • Message 38

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    Posted by Bidie-In (U2747062) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    It is a pity that a worthy cause like those supported by CR have to be backed up with such poor programming. A new sketch for the Vicar of Dibley - fair enough, but why only 10 minutes?

    David Brent returns. For how long, 7 minutes?

    I cannot understand why decent sized special programmes cannot be offered on the night, running to a schedule as much as possible. (This goes for Children in Need as well) The *live* bits in front of the studio audience are usually cringe making and the heavily promoted 'specials' take forever to come on - and are then often split into 2 parts, despite their short length.

    Give the viewers special 25 minute episodes of favourite comedies (and not too preachy please M Curtis!) with reminders of the causes and totals so far for the following 10 minutes, before another decent length programme follows.

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    Posted by meddaboy (U15031418) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    claire told me she wanted to appear on the main friday night broadcast which would have 5 times as many viewers watching,i hpoe thats ok for you,no doubt you,will be sitting round the telly cheering everything celebrity and while we are at it how much are you contributing,also did you ever work as an extra on brookside,have you ever been out for a meal with friends with claire sweeney and she paid the bill of £1200 with her american express gold card, no,well put a sock in it.

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    Posted by puppydogeyes (U14659366) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    Charming-I must say

    So I point out to you that your great friend appeared on Lets Dance-but you ignore that fact-now you tell me she wants to appear on the main show but in other comments you dont like celebrities promoting themselves

    What having a bill paid and working as an extra has to do with this is beyond me.

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    Posted by Dover Soul (U14934992) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    So it was the high profile, large audience she wanted. That's quite a shame really. With so many people accusing the clebs of wanting to promote themselves above raising money for the charity, you have just dropped Claire firmly in that catagory.

    smiley - sadface

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    Posted by Peta (U24) on Friday, 15th March 2013


    Live page - alert!



    www.bbc.co.uk/progra...

    Red Nose Day Live Blog 2013

    Welcome to the Appeal Night Live Blog. We're going to be keeping you up-to-date with all the backstage goings-on, including pictures and commentary with all the Red Nose Day celebs! We're on BBC One from 7pm, Make sure you follow along and watch. And donate please.

    Post on our facebook wall Tweet us at @BBCOne


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    Posted by Peta (U24) on Friday, 15th March 2013



    7.00 - 8.00:
    Lenny Henry kicks off the biggest night in television, this year celebrating 25 years on our screens.

    Dermot O'Leary and Claudia Winkleman join him to present a first hour absolutely stuffed with contributions from the best comedy and entertainment talent in the UK. Rowan Atkinson appears as the new Archbishop of Canterbury, Jessie J shaves her head live in the studio, One Direction perform their smash hit Comic Relief single, Miranda Hart stars in a unique (or in her words, 'ruined') edition of Call the Midwife, and Miss Piggy graces us with her presence in the studio.

    8.00 - 9.30:
    Michael McIntyre and Rob Brydon take over the reins. Highlights include the culmination of another special Comic Relief storyline in EastEnders, Lenny Henry meets the surviving celebrities from this year's extraordinary Zambezi River challenge, Jack Whitehall and Micky Flanagan 'cook off' for Dame Edna Everage in MasterChef, Peter Kay presents the results of his very own physical challenge - something to match anything achieved for the charity by the Zambezi team.

    9.30 - 10.30:
    John Bishop and Davina McCall pick up the presenting baton as the excitement builds towards one of the most hotly anticipated comic events of the night: Ricky Gervais in a cheap suit - David Brent is back on the BBC.

    Other key highlights running up to the news are a Comic Relief first from the new queen of comedy Mrs Brown, whilst in the studio Miranda Hart comples the final leg of 'Miranda's Mad March' around the country, joined live by Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders.


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  • Message 44

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    Posted by Ria_H (U14999558) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    Claudia and Davina... Why does it have to be Claudia and Davina every year? smiley - doh

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  • Message 45

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    Posted by bootjangler (U880875) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    Winkleman...............just present and don't attempt to be funny because you're not.

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  • Message 46

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    Posted by strangelybrown (U1752208) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    Only 40% goes to UK causes. No more B Celebs self publicising please.

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  • Message 47

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    Posted by tumteatum (U15488526) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    Does Claire Sweeney know you are doing an excellent job damaging her reputation?

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  • Message 48

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    Posted by Testcard (U1164920) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    If he's Claire's agent, he's doing a terrible job.

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  • Message 49

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    Posted by oldmanriver (U14455170) on Friday, 15th March 2013



    7.00 - 8.00:
    Lenny Henry kicks off the biggest night in television, this year celebrating 25 years on our screens.

    Dermot O'Leary and Claudia Winkleman join him to present a first hour absolutely stuffed with contributions from the best comedy and entertainment talent in the UK. Rowan Atkinson appears as the new Archbishop of Canterbury, Jessie J shaves her head live in the studio, One Direction perform their smash hit Comic Relief single, Miranda Hart stars in a unique (or in her words, 'ruined') edition of Call the Midwife, and Miss Piggy graces us with her presence in the studio.

    8.00 - 9.30:
    Michael McIntyre and Rob Brydon take over the reins. Highlights include the culmination of another special Comic Relief storyline in EastEnders, Lenny Henry meets the surviving celebrities from this year's extraordinary Zambezi River challenge, Jack Whitehall and Micky Flanagan 'cook off' for Dame Edna Everage in MasterChef, Peter Kay presents the results of his very own physical challenge - something to match anything achieved for the charity by the Zambezi team.

    9.30 - 10.30:
    John Bishop and Davina McCall pick up the presenting baton as the excitement builds towards one of the most hotly anticipated comic events of the night: Ricky Gervais in a cheap suit - David Brent is back on the BBC.

    Other key highlights running up to the news are a Comic Relief first from the new queen of comedy Mrs Brown, whilst in the studio Miranda Hart comples the final leg of 'Miranda's Mad March' around the country, joined live by Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders.


     
    To me this is the tv equivalent of a government health warning.

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  • Message 50

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    Posted by vanessalou (U14182395) on Friday, 15th March 2013

    Did Claudia call Lenny Henry Leonard ? It's Lenworth, don't tell me she can't get even that correct.

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