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BBC Children in Need

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
The news and weather teams don fishnets and feather boas for The Timewarp, featuring Newsnight's Jeremy Vine as Frank N Furter. There's more live music from Rod Stewart.
11.00 Cast members past and present from EastEnders pay tribute to Michael Jackson's Thriller, while there's more live music from Stomp, Vinnie Jones and jazz star Diana Krall.
11.30 Rock legend Alice Cooper sings School's Out, and turns from Robson Green , the Chinese State Circus and Daniel Bedingfield. Plus Michael Greco on his new role in Chicago.
12.00 Will Young sings Don't Let Me Down, the second track from the Children in Need double-A-sided single, live from someone's front room, plus there's further live music from Madness, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Nigel Kennedy.
1.00 Ms Dynamite, McAlmont and Butler, and BBMak perform live.
Director Stuart Macdonald
Producer Bridget Caldwell
Videoplus code for 10.35pm-2.05am
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Vine
Unknown: Frank N Furter
Unknown: Rod Stewart
Unknown: Michael Jackson
Unknown: Vinnie Jones
Unknown: Diana Krall.
Unknown: Alice Cooper
Unknown: Robson Green
Unknown: Daniel Bedingfield
Unknown: Michael Greco
Unknown: Sophie Ellis-Bextor
Unknown: Nigel Kennedy
Unknown: Ms Dynamite
Director: Stuart MacDonald
Producer: Bridget Caldwell

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