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Comic Relief's Nose at Ten


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On 5 February, red noses blew all over the country and over £15 million was raised for charity projects in Britain and Africa. Tonight Lenny 'Nice Suit' Henry and Griff 'Stupid Hat' Rhys Jones re-run some of the comic highlights.
Marvel at the mighty confrontation between SPitting Image and A Question of Sport; thrill to the exploits of Blackadder, be heartily shocked as Alan B'stard, MP, the New Statesman, meets Mrs Thatcher. Then laugh loudly at the live Little and Large (no more Ts please - Ed), Hale and Pace, Jasper Carrott and many more, while taking a break from chortling at the subtle sketchwork of Penelope Keith, Valerie Singleton, Victoria Wood, Keith Floyd, Paul Daniels and all the rest who weren't actually up in the Tower making merry with Stavros, Lenny and Griff top and tail this compilation with news of where the money raised has been spent and reveal plans for a Comic Relief New Year.


Unknown: Rhys Jones
Unknown: Jasper Carrott
Unknown: Penelope Keith
Unknown: Valerie Singleton
Unknown: Victoria Wood
Unknown: Keith Floyd
Unknown: Paul Daniels

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Comic Relief's Nose at Ten

BBC One London, 31 December 1988 22.00

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