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BBC Children in Need


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Terry Wogan , Gaby Roslin and Pudsey Bear introduce the 24th annual fundraising event in which a host of famous faces help underprivileged children in the UK. Throughout the night there'll be regular reports from around the country, appeal films and news of how the money will be spent.
To kick off proceedings, the winner and all-round top dog of Celebrity Dog School is announced. And would you like to see Busted in concert and join them for a post-gig pizza? This isjust one of the fantastic "money-can't-buy" experiences that callers to the pledge line could win.
7.30 EastEnders, Holby City, Casualty and Merseybeat unite for a three-part comedy based on The Wizard of Oz
(more at 8.40). Plus music from Phil Collins and Will Young.
8.00 David Dickinson 's celebrity bargain hunters place bids for charity, and the Dead Ringers present a Doctor Who special. Plus music from Gareth Gates and Rachel Stevens.
8.30 Houseproud cleaning ladies Kim and Aggie from How Clean Is Your House? present a video nasty. Plus part two of tonight's comedy (concludes at 9.25), Big Brovaz in concert, and musical surprises with Donny Osmond.
9.00 Grease is the word as Coronation Street celebrates
25 years of the musical. Plus the live finale of tonight's comedy, and music from Peter Gabriel and Enrique Iglesias.
9.30 Shane Richie performs the official Children in Need single. Continues at 10.35pm.
Videoplus code for 7.00-10.00pm
Videoplus code for 7.00pm-2.05am (non.PDC) RT's Children in Need special: page 18


Unknown: Terry Wogan
Unknown: Gaby Roslin
Unknown: Phil Collins
Unknown: David Dickinson
Unknown: Gareth Gates
Unknown: Rachel Stevens.
Unknown: Donny Osmond.
Unknown: Peter Gabriel
Unknown: Enrique Iglesias.
Unknown: Shane Richie

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