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Comic Relief

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.
Andi Peters and Edd launch Children's BBC Comic Relief from Hangar 17, introducing an afternoon packed with fun and celebrities as you've never seen them before! There's gigantic gunging, a record-breaking challenge, a Bitsa special, Comic Relief Noseround, Lenny Henry, Art Attack and Hartbeat, and a Jackanory special. Plus a celebrity talent contest, a vegetable lookalike competition, and a pop song performed live by more than 90 children's TV artists!
Look out for Frank Bruno's challenge against the Gladiators, the all puppet
Rubber Band Aid video and the King Comic Tomato itself. Special guests include:
EastEnders Michelle Gayle, Sid Owen and Nicola Stapleton, Home and Away's Richard Norton and Neighbour Jeremy Angerson.

Contributors

Presenter: Andi Peters
Contributor: Lenny Henry
Contributor: Frank Bruno
Guest: Michelle Gayle
Guest: Sid Owen
Guest: Nicola Stapleton
Guest: Richard Norton
Guest: Jeremy Angerson
Director: Peter Leslie
Producer: Christopher Pilkington

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