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Comic Relief - the Big One


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Alan Sugar finally reveals who's been sacked from the team of celebrity apprentices. More exclusive sketches from Catherine Tate. Ricky Gervais as you've never seen him before and Jonathan Ross and Kate Moss appear in more extra special Little Britain Live.
11.30* Graham Norton pops up with his usual brand of late night naughtiness, along with Davina McCall. The Killers perform live and Borat makes an exclusive return. Armando lannucci quizzes celebrities about the worst moments from past Comic Reliefs.
Kate Thornton and Dawn French reveal all in Little Britain
Live, and Chris Moyles ends his Rallyaoke tour.
12.30*AM Mitchell and Webb perform a Comic Relief version of Chris de Burgh's The Lady in Red. Plus, madcap antics in The Mighty Boosh and a special Pimp My Ride.
1.30* Stars of Hot Fuzz Simon Pegg and Nick Frost introduce the best from past Comic Reliefs. Followed by Weatherview


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Comic Relief - the Big One

BBC One London, 16 March 2007 22.35

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