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Comic Relief Red Nose Night

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The biennial charitable extravaganza, as ever featuring a stellar cast of popular entertainers and aiming to raise millions of pounds to help those in need in the UK and Africa. Directors John L Spencer, Mick Thomas; Executive producer Richard Curtis BBCi: extra donation details can be found on the interactive service
Win a Harry Potter car: p10; How to donate, and what your money buys: p11; French and Saunders hit Hogwarts: p20; Gareth Gates 's early bath: p26; Jamie Oliver's sweet charity: p39 Jack Dee begins the night alone, outside, on a 60ft pole.
Westlife undergo the red-spray treatment, Alistair McGowan performs a sketch and there's part one of Harry Potter and the Chamberpot of Azerbaijan, starring Dawn French, Jennifer Saunders, Jeremy Irons and Basil Brush.
7.30* A radical rethink causes chaos in an EastEnders special.
In the studio, Gareth Gates and the Kumars perform their Comic Relief single live. Then the moment of truth arrives for the victims of Celebrity Driving School - will Paul O'Grady pass his test, and is Jade Goody even alive after hers?
8.30* New hosts Ant and Dec take money from the rich and famous, there's part two of the Harry Potter special and Comic Relief reports on a miraculous story from Rwanda.
8.45* The week-long celebrity pop saga reaches its climax as Patrick Kielty and Cat Deeley announce the winner of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy.
9.00* Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer present truly terrible magic and more. Then, in Celebrity Streetmate, two surprisingly single celebrities are dragged through the streets of London by Davina McCall in search of instant love.
9.45* Lenny Henry presents Auf Wiedersehen, Pet - the Red Nose
Special. The fun continues on BBC2 with Comic Relief University Challenge, and on BBC1 after the News. Videoplus code for 7.00-10.00pm (non-PDC) * Indicates that timing is approximate

Contributors

Director: John L Spencer
Director: Mick Thomas
Producer: Richard Curtis
Performer: Jamie Oliver
Performer: Jack Dee
Performer: Alistair McGowan
Harry Potter: Dawn French
Ron Weasley: Jennifer Saunders
Performer: Jeremy Irons
Performer: Basil Brush
Performer: Gareth Gates
Performer: Paul O'Grady
Performer: Jade Goody
Performer: Patrick Kielty
Performer: Cat Deeley
Performer: Vic Reeves
Performer: Bob Mortimer
Performer: Davina McCall
Performer: Lenny Henry

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Comic Relief Red Nose Night

BBC One London, 14 March 2003 19.00






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