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BBC Children in Need

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The annual fundraising extravaganza for underprivileged children reaches its 26th year as Terry Wogan, Pudsey Bear and new co-hosts Fearne Cotton and Natasha Kaplinsky introduce a spectacular evening of fun featuring a host of famous faces. Throughout the night, there'll be regular reports from around the UK, appeal films and news of how the money will be spent. Liberty X get the party started with the official BBC Children in Need single A Night to Remember, while evergreen rockers Status Quo jet into RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire, the venue for a colossal fundraising concert. Plus Candice from Coronation Street, aka Nikki Sanderson , singing a soul classic in the studio.
7.30 Casualty's Sam and Guppy (Luke Bailey and Elyes Gabel ) raise temperatures with a musical surprise, and boy band Westlife sing live from Belfast.
8.00 Bruce Forsyth goes Strictly Tap Dancing,
Girls Aloud join the party at RAF Brize Norton , while First Lady of pop Madonna performs live in the studio.
8.30 * EastEnders jailbird Sam Mitchell flees Walford to warble a classic track, and the cast of Emmerdale croon three tracks from the film High Society.
9.00 * Billie Piper and David Tennant star in a special Russell T Davies-penned scene from Doctor Who. Plus girl group Sugababes live in Wrexham, and a set from Scottish singer/songwriter KT Tunstall in Glasgow.
9.30 * Catherine Tate gets into a bit of "bovver" in Albert Square and Rod Stewart performs a favourite from his American songbook. Continues at 10.35pm.
VIDEO Plus+ code for 7.00-10.00pm VIDEO Plus+ code for 7.00-2.05am (non-PDC) "All timings are approximate
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Contributors

Unknown: Terry Wogan
Unknown: Natasha Kaplinsky
Unknown: Brize Norton
Unknown: Nikki Sanderson
Unknown: Luke Bailey
Unknown: Elyes Gabel
Unknown: Bruce Forsyth
Unknown: Brize Norton
Unknown: Sam Mitchell
Unknown: David Tennant
Unknown: Catherine Tate
Unknown: Rod Stewart

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