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BBC Children in Need


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Comedic surprises from the Dead Ringers mimics, plus live music from Irish superstars the Corrs and jazz-and blues-influenced singer/songwriter Katie Melua.
U 11.00 * BBC newsreaders make headlines with an unusual take on a rock anthem, while Craig David and Texas provide somewhat more traditional sounds.
11.30 * Put faces to names as the cast of Ambridge act out a mini episode of The Archers live. Then Madonna and jazz star Jamie Cullum take to the studio stage.
12.00 * Emmerdale's Chloe - aka Amy Nuttall - sings songs from My Fair Lady, and Canadian rocker Bryan Adams raises the roof with one of his biggest hits.
1.00am * Welsh classical sensation Katherine
Jenkins sings live, while stars from London's West End shows drop in to perform. And, as the night's total is announced, G4 round off this year's extravaganza. Director Richard Valentine ; Producer Elaine Paterson
VIDEO Plus+ code for 10.35-2.05am *All timings are approximate
Followed by Weatherview


Songwriter: Katie Melua.
Unknown: Craig David
Unknown: Jamie Cullum
Unknown: Amy Nuttall
Unknown: Bryan Adams
Director: Richard Valentine
Producer: Elaine Paterson

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