Terms & Conditions

'Let's Dance for Sport Relief' is a five part Saturday night entertainment show for BBC One hosted by Alex Jones and Steve Jones.

On behalf of Comic Relief, each week top British celebrities will take to the floor to dance their version of some of the world's favourite and most iconic dances.

Our celebrity dancers are not required to have had any formal or previous dance training.

There will be five performances per show. The dances will be performed in solo, by duos or in groups. Two acts from the first four shows will go through to the final show - which will be broadcast on BBC One on 17th March.

Each week, the audience will vote for their favourites and the act with the most votes will have a guaranteed place in the final. The judges also have a chance to put an act through to the final by picking their favourite from the first two runners up.

"Let's Dance for Sport Relief" will raise money through the audience votes, which cost 50p from a BT landline with 36.5p going to Sport Relief.

Let’s Dance... will be broadcast on BBC ONE on Sat 18th Feb, Sat 25th Feb, Sat 3rd March 2011, Sat 10th March with the final taking place on Sat 17th March.

On each one of the first four shows, five acts will perform in front of a live studio audience and a judging panel. Once all acts have performed, the telephone lines will be opened and viewers will be able to vote. After the lines close, the act with the most public votes will be announced. That act will go automatically through to the final. Also, the panel will select one from the first two runners up (from the public vote) to join the overall winning act in the final.

In the unlikely event of a tie:

between two acts with highest number of votes from the public, both acts will go directly to the final, no runner up will be selected to join them

between more than two acts with highest number of votes from the public, the panel will decide which two will go through to the final;

In any other situation where it cannot be determined by the public vote which are the first two runners up, the panel will decide which act will join the winner in the final.

During the final, eight acts who made it through, will perform in front of a live studio audience. The telephone lines will be opened as announced and viewers will be able to vote. After the lines close, the winner of "Let's Dance for Sport Relief" will be announced.

In the unlikely event of a tie in the public vote for two or more acts with the highest number of votes, the judges will select the winner from the acts in the tie.

How you can vote on "Let's Dance for Sport Relief"

Voting is by telephone only. The numbers for each act will be given out during the show in which they perform. The vote lines are set at a rate specifically designed to raise money for Sport Relief.

Vote lines are opened and closed at the times specified on the programme. Please do not call before the lines open or after the lines have closed as your vote will not be counted, but you may still be charged. Please be aware voting times may change.

If you are watching Let's Dance for Sport Relief on iPlayer or any other time shift or catch up service you should not vote since the lines may have closed.

Each Phone Vote Costs 50p from a BT Landline, (of which 36.5p goes to Sport Relief). Other Networks may vary. Calls from mobiles will be considerably higher.

Premium Rate Number - 09011 3

Tariff - 50p from BT Land Line

O2 - 80ppc

Orange - 100ppc

T-Mobile - 75ppc

Vodafone - 102ppc

3 Mobile - 102ppc From 20th Feb 110ppc

Virgin - 80ppc

ppc = Pence per call

This table is provided for indicative purpose only. Information provided by mobile network operators 15/02/2012. For up to date information it is always advisable to check direct with your network operator.

Further details about the charity can be found at www.sportrelief.com.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Voters must obtain permission from the bill payer before voting and phone voters under the age of 16 should obtain parent/guardian consent before voting. Make sure you carefully dial only the number of the act you wish to vote for. The BBC reserves the right to disqualify votes if there are reasonable grounds to suspect that fraudulent voting has occurred or if it is considered that there has been any deliberate attempt to manipulate the result. We reserve the right to cancel or suspend or alter voting at any time and substitute an alternative method of selection at our absolute discretion.

Comic Relief, the BBC, its sub-contractors, subsidiaries and/or agencies cannot accept any responsibility whatsoever for any technical failure or malfunction or any other problem with any telephone network or line, system, server, provider or otherwise which may result in any vote being lost or not properly registered or recorded. Please note that you cannot vote by email, red button, text or via this website.

The voting in this programme accords with the BBC's Code of Conduct for Competitions and Voting, which can be found on BBC's Standards and Guidelines website at http://www.bbc.co.uk/guidelines/editorialguidelines/

Please note that if you are directly connected in any way with the production of the programme or the provision of telephony services to the programme you are not eligible to vote.

There are a number of contingencies which could occur during or before each show, as with any other live television programme. Contingencies cover withdrawal of any act member or judge for health reasons or other unforeseen circumstances or outside the control of the BBC. The remedial actions may include, but not be limited to changing the format of the show, including, removing, substituting or adding contestants and or judges; and cancelling, suspending or altering voting at any time. The BBC reserves the right to amend the voting system accordingly and if it does so, clear announcements will be made on air explaining the changes and the reasons for them.

The phone results on the night of each show will be independently verified.

The BBC will only ever use your telephone number for the purposes of processing refunds or investigating possible voting irregularities and will not publish or provide it to anyone without permission, except where required for enforcement of these terms. You can read more about the BBC Privacy Policy here http://www.bbc.co.uk/privacy/

Sport Relief is an initiative of Comic Relief, registered charity, number 326568 (England & Wales) and SC039730 (Scotland). To get involved with Comic Relief in different ways, go to www.sportrelief.com

£5 Text donations - Terms and Conditions – YES (70005)

1. You can donate to Sport Relief by texting the word “YES” to 70005. Your support will result in a £5 donation to Sport Relief for each text message that you send. Please note that in addition to the £5 donation, you will incur your standard network message charge (based on your service provider rates). Please note that you can only donate from a UK mobile and cannot use this service from a Channel Islands or Isle of Man mobile. If you donate using this service from a UK mobile abroad you may incur additional network charges.

2. The mobile network operators below have waived their charges in order to allow the full £5 cost of the reply message (described below) to go entirely to support Sport Relief

• 3

• O2

• Orange

• T-Mobile

• Virgin

• Vodafone.

In addition, HM Treasury have confirmed that no VAT should be charged on these donations

3. You can send a text message between 00:01 on 18th February 2012 and 23:59 on 30th April 2012.

4. Please ensure you spell the keyword “YES” carefully and send your text message to the correct short code 70005

5. If your keyword and short code are valid, and your text message is received within the specified times and dates, you will be charged £5 via a reply message, with the exception of Vodafone customers who will be charged directly via their bill. It may take some time for you to receive a reply message. Please wait until you receive it. Any repeat texts will result in repeat donations. You can donate up to 6 times (£30) in a 24 hour period (midnight to midnight), any messages sent within the 24 hour period that exceed the £30 limit will be charged at your standard network rate only and will not result in a further £5 donation.

6. If your keyword or short code are invalid, or your text message is received outside the specified times and dates, you may not receive a reply message but may still be charged your standard network message charge. You will not be charged the £5 donation as you will not be donating to Sport Relief.

7. All supporters must obtain permission from the bill payer before sending a text message. If you are under 16 years old, you must have your parent or guardian's permission to send a text donation to us.

8. If you would like to contribute more cash to Sport Relief, you can donate online through the following website: www.sportrelief.com/donate. All donations to Sport Relief, including the donation from the £5 text are non-refundable.

9. Sport Relief, the BBC, Harvest Media Group Limited and their sub-contractors, subsidiaries and/or agencies cannot accept any responsibility whatsoever for any technical failure or malfunction or any other problem with any telephone network or line, system, server, provider or otherwise which may result in any text being lost or not properly received.

10. The SMS service is provided by Mobile Interactive Group Limited. If you have any queries regarding the service, please contact MIG at the following e-mail address: customercare@migcan.com or write to Mobile Interactive Group Limited, The Tower Building, 7th Floor, 11 York Road, London, SE1 7NX or call on the following Helpline Number 0870 248 0277 (Monday to Friday 9:00 – 17:30). Calls cost up to 8p/min from most landlines (an additional connection fee may also apply). Calls from mobiles may cost considerably more.

11. Sport Relief is an initiative of Comic Relief, registered charity number 326568 (England & Wales) and SC039730 (Scotland). To get involved with Sport Relief in different ways, go to www.sportrelief.com.