BBC: Red Nose Day 2011
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Seven hours into the 24 hour panel show marathon, Paul O'Grady wants to know why David Walliams endures tough challenges.Join David and do something funny for money
Asked just how far he is prepared to go...David's answer could be taken in different ways.
Returning to the show he hosted as alter-ego Lily Savage, Paul O’Grady hosts a special edition of the celebrity game-show as himself. Guests include Barbara Windsor, David Tennant, Stacey Solomon, George Lamb, Keith Harris with Orville, Lee and Duncan from Blue and, yes you guessed it, David Walliams.
Drag _________ ?
"On" suggested David Walliams, as Duncan James plays the Supermatch round on Blankety Blank, hosted by Paul O'Grady.
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Paul O'Grady promises to do his best whilst he explains the "boring" rules of Blankety Blank, going on to give an unusual list of appropriate words which can be used by the panel.
The Generation Game
David and his mum battle it out against comedian Miranda Hart and her on-screen mother, actress Patricia Hodge, with Vernon Kay as host.
Miranda vs David
Miranda and David start spinning their potter's wheels cheered on by both their mums, both real and on-screen.
David Walliams and his mum, Miranda Hart and her on-screen mum Patricia Hodge battle it out on The Generation Game, hosted by Vernon Kay. As the teams learn how to throw their pots and prepare to put a handle on them, mischief ensues.
Join In and......Do Something Funny For Money
Linking swords and cats baffles the panel of David Tennant, Patricia Hodge and David Walliams in this special edition of Through The Key Hole chaired by Sir David Frost for the 24 Hour Panel People marathon.What is Red Nose Day?
Can you guess who lives in a house like this?
Through The Keyhole
The legendary Sir David Frost returns along with Patricia Hodge, David Tennant and David Walliams to take a peak into a famous home.
And who lives in a house like this? Well, Ann Widdecombe of course.
BBC TV Blog: 24 Hour Panel People: We did it!
Executive producer Andy Brereton on how the team pulled together David Walliams' panel show marathon for Comic Relief: "I only really got a sense of how the whole machine was working together at around 3am while eating a beef lasagne."Read and comment on Andy's post on the BBC TV blog
- David Walliams