Part 1

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Duration: 2 hours, 30 minutes

7.30-8.00

The 2012 spectacular gets underway. Our host for the night, Sir Terry Wogan, is joined by Fearne Cotton, Tess Daly and a whole host of stars, all out in force in support of disadvantaged children across the United Kingdom.

The world's biggest boy band, One Direction, get the fundraising party started with a bang! We have an exclusive look at Doctor Who, and discover where the Doctor has been since he was last on our screens.

8.00-8.30

Ann Widdecombe and Russell Grant unite in the ballroom for an unforgettable dance-off in a very special Strictly Come Dancing.

8.30-9.00

Next up is a world exclusive, as Children In Need reveals the first glimpse of the Doctor and his brand new companion together for the first time as we have a peek at the Doctor Who Christmas special. Choir supremo Aled Jones has the daunting task of uniting thousands of children all over the UK to sing live in a mass nationwide choir. Plus Pudsey Bear gets to dance with his new namesake - Pudsey the dog, winner of Britain's Got Talent 2012.

9.00-9.30

We have another world exclusive - the return of Britain's biggest girl band, Girls Aloud, who perform the CIN single Something New live on stage.

9.30-10.00

Zara Phillips, Tom Daley, Ellie Simmonds and a host of stars from London 2012 do their thing in a fun-filled music video, and Susan Boyle and Girls Aloud perform in the studio.

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Credits

Presenter
Terry Wogan
Presenter
Fearne Cotton
Presenter
Tess Daly
Presenter
Nick Grimshaw
Performer
One Direction
Participant
Ann Widdecombe
Participant
Russell Grant
Participant
Aled Jones
Performer
Girls Aloud
Performer
Susan Boyle
Participant
Zara Phillips
Participant
Tom Daley
Participant
Ellie Simmonds
Series Producer
Andrew Cartmell
Series Producer
Paul Wright
Director
John L Spencer

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