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Children in Need Special

Duration:
1 hour, 55 minutes
First broadcast:
Friday 20 November 2009

An action-packed special featuring live music from Roddy Hart and his band, a Bicycle Tire Puncture Repair Race with Bill Whiteford and fundraising stories from around Scotland.

Music Played

20 items
  • Image for Roddy Hart- Live

    Roddy Hart- Live Send A Message

  • Image for Roddy Hart  - Live

    Roddy Hart - Live Look At You Now

  • Image for Amy Macdonald

    Amy Macdonald Poison Prince

  • Image for Snow Patrol

    Snow Patrol Just Say Yes

  • Image for Richard Cadey - Live

    Richard Cadey - Live Rockin All Over The World

  • Image for Richard Cadey - Live

    Richard Cadey - Live The Meerkat Song

  • Untitled

    Crowded House - Don’t Stop Now

  • Image for Survivor

    Survivor Eye Of The Tiger

  • Image for Queen

    Queen Bicycle Race

  • Image for Norah Jones

    Norah Jones Chasing Pirates

  • Image for Paolo Nutini

    Paolo Nutini Pencil Full Of Lead

  • Image for Mika

    Mika Rain

  • Image for Mark Moraghan

    Mark Moraghan Through It All

  • Image for Roddy - Live

    Roddy - Live The Swimmer

  • Image for Roddy Hart - Live

    Roddy Hart - Live Evangeline

  • Image for Lily Allen

    Lily Allen Who'd Have Known

  • Image for Newton Faulkner

    Newton Faulkner Over And Out

  • Image for Roddy Hart- Live

    Roddy Hart- Live She Is All I Need

  • Image for Roddy Hart

    Roddy Hart Live– Flames

  • Image for Men Without Hats

    Men Without Hats The Safety Dance

  • Roddy Hart

    Roddy Hart

    Roddy Hart and his band will be performing live throughout this special Children in Need show.

    Roddy Hart Website
  • Roddy Hart live on the Tom Morton Show

    Roddy Hart live on the Tom Morton Show

  • The Bicycle Tyre Puncture Repair Race

    The Bicycle Tyre Puncture Repair Race

    Bill Whiteford and Tom compete to see who can repair a puncture the quickest.

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