Legendary BBC broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan, who has passed away, has been an important part of Children in Need since its first major Appeal back in 1980.
We've been looking back at Sir Terry's time with CiN, in pictures...
Since the first major Appeal in 1980 BBC Children in Need has raised more than £790 million, all of which has gone to help disadvantaged children and young people around the UK.
Sir Terry in 1981 - Children in Need aims raise money to change the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.
In 1991 with Pudsey bear and another presenter at the time, Sue Cook.
Sharing a cup of tea with co-presenter Gabby Roslin and Pudsey back in 1997.
Taking part in a spot of bungee jumping with Fearne Cotton and Natasha Kaplinsky in 2006.
Sir Terry Wogan with a life-size cake replica made to mark the 30th anniversary of his presenting BBC Children in Need.
In 2010 he took part in a Strictly Come Dancing sketch with Len Goodman and Craig Revel Horwood.
Sir Terry has been joined by many presenters over the years - here he is in 2011 with Fearne Cotton, Alesha Dixon and Tess Daly.
With his regular co-presenter, Tess Daly, Sir Terry interviewed many celebs for CiN - here they are in 2013 with One Direction.
There was always room for fun - in 2014 Sir Terry took to the stage with Tom & Jerry, along with The Saturday's Rochelle Humes.
In the most recent show in 2015 for an exclusive Star Wars themed sketch as they attempt to find a Star Wars super fan to trigger the first BBC Children in Need totaliser of the night.