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Comic Relief Special

Backstage at Red Nose Day, with the result of Tony's stand-up challenge. With competition from Tony Blackburn and Dev, who'll get the last laugh? Plus Libya no fly zone latest.

Tony presents a Comic Relief special, live backstage at Television Centre's Red Nose Day show, with guests including Dermot O'Leary, Miranda Hart, Jimmy Carr, Gareth Malone, Fearne Cotton, Elbow, BBC One controller Danny Cohen and pop band The Wanted.

but also including the latest news from Libya, where British jets are being deployed to patrol a no fly zone approved by the UN to protect the population from Colonel Gaddafi's forces.

The programme includes a powerful look at the way money from Comic Relief has been spent helping victims of child trafficking, and raising awareness of the danger of internet grooming. One victim tells Helen Skelton in harrowing detail how she was trafficked by gangs at the age of 12.

Plus the result of Stand Up for Comic Relief. For the last month, Tony's been training to be a stand-up comedian. But with tough competition from the likes of Jenni Murray, Tony Blackburn, Shaun Keaveny, Radio 1's Dev and Radio 3's Tom Service, who will get the last laugh?

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3 hours, 30 minutes

Last on

Fri 18 Mar 2011 21:30