Part 3

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BBC Children in Need, 2013 Episode 3 of 5

Duration: 3 hours, 25 minutes

10.35-11.00

Zoe Ball joins Sir Terry Wogan for hosting duties, as last year's X Factor winner James Arthur reopens the party. Catherine Tate revives her Nan character in a one-off special which sees the feisty pensioner become the worst patient in the world to ever grace the wards of Holby City.

11.00-11.30

Boyband McFly give us a real treat as they're joined on stage by former boyband pals Busted. Global internet sensation Ylvis make their first British TV performance of viral sensation The Fox (What Does the Fox Say)?

11.30-12.00

Monty Python legend Eric Idle introduces a very special performance from the cast of the West End musical Spamalot. Then pop heart throbs JLS and Mcfly take part in a Battle of the Boybands competition, with games and challenges. Songstress Dido performs one of her biggest hit singles.

12.00-2.00

Radio 1's Nick Grimshaw joins Sir Terry Wogan for the final lap of the night. Greg James and Russell Kane compete in a comedy lip sync duel. Wet Wet Wet perform one of the biggest ever selling singles, Love Is All Around, and the cast of the latest West End hit musical The Commitments perform a medley of rip-roaring songs. And to finish, a look back at the evening's highlights, and the grand total of the night's charity donations is revealed.

Credits

Presenter
Terry Wogan
Presenter
Zoe Ball
Presenter
Nick Grimshaw
Series Producer
Andrew Cartmell
Director
John L Spencer
Executive Producer
Paul Wright

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