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BBC Radio 2
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37 minutes Available for over a year Web Only

On Doctor Who, We Will Rock You and her latest stage role

The Graham Norton Podcast

He's back with snooker, problems and Maria McErlane

BBC Radio 2
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37 minutes Available for over a year Web Only

Stephen Hendry on winning, losing and ghost-writing an autobiography plus Grill Graham

Steve Wright’s Big Guests

Paddy O'Connell & Maria McErlane and Anneka Rice

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15 minutes Available for over a year Web Only

Paddy O'Connell & Maria McErlane talk Dogpod and Anneka Rice joins Strictly

Radio 1’s Drag Queens' Den

Live and Loose at the Underbelly!

BBC Radio 1
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55 minutes Available for over a year Web Only

Listen to Glyn Fussell live on stage with Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Ginger Johnson & Dinah Lux

Glyn Fussell lets the queens out of the den and onto the London stage for a live show with Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Ginger Johnson and Dinah Lux.

Glyn Fussell lets the queens out of the den and onto the London stage for a live show with pop royalty Sophie Ellis-Bextor alongside Ginger Johnson, Dinah Lux and our house band, The Beef.

BBC Radio 2
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37 minutes Available for over a year Web Only

Problems solved, and Nigella Lawson tells us how to cook

BBC Children in Need

2020 Pudsey’s Best Bits

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Join Pudsey for a look back at some of this year’s fundraising in Northern Ireland.

Holly Hamilton joins Pudsey to look back at some of the highlights from this year’s fundraising in Northern Ireland.

Holly Hamilton joins Pudsey to catch up with all of the local fundraising, and Eamonn Holmes looks back over the last 40 years of Children In Need.

Credits

Producer
Jimmy Devlin
Executive Producer
Carole O'Kane
BBC Radio 2
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38 minutes Available for over a year Web Only

The writer on deadlines, opinions v. empathy, and reversing time. Plus Grill Graham

BBC Radio 2
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40 minutes Available for over a year Web Only

Bestselling author on books, bunnies and Bowie. Plus Grill Graham with Maria

BBC Radio 2
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40 minutes Available for over a year Web Only

The singer discusses her new revealing book and how she created her latest album

BBC Radio 2
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40 minutes Available for over a year Web Only

Author of The Book Thief on his new novel, plus more Grill Graham Problems

The Graham Norton Podcast

Stephen Sondheim and Patti LuPone

BBC Radio 2
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44 minutes Available for over a year Web Only

Broadway's Stephen Sondheim and Patti LuPone on the revival of Company, plus Grill Graham

BBC Radio 2
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46 minutes Available for over a year Web Only

Cormoran Strike author, Robert Galbraith, on fame, leaks and politics. Plus Grill Graham

BBC Children in Need

2020 Live Show

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3 hours Available for 8 months First broadcast:
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Children in Need's 40th-anniversary spectacular, hosted by Mel Giedroyc and Alex Scott.

Children in Need's 40th-anniversary spectacular, hosted by Mel Giedroyc, Stephen Mangan, Alex Scott and Chris Ramsey.

BBC Children in Need celebrates its 40th anniversary with a very special evening of live television. Hosted by Mel Giedroyc, Stephen Mangan, Alex Scott and Chris Ramsey, the show includes appearances by this year's Strictly dancers, Beverley Knight, Shawn Mendes and the cast of West End musical Six. There are comedy sketches from the casts of King Gary and The Goes Wrong Show, and we get to know the nation’s favourite bear like never before in a star-studded sketch, Pudsey Bear: Behind the Bandana. The Repair Shop team give one very special girl a surprise to treasure forever, and Alex Jones and Ade Adepitan bring us the finale of The One Show's rickshaw challenge. And some special films reveal the incredible and inspiring stories of the brave children who are supported by some of the thousands of Children in Need projects around the UK.

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Presenter
Mel Giedroyc
Presenter
Stephen Mangan
Presenter
Alex Scott
Presenter
Chris Ramsey
Director
John L Spencer

BBC Children in Need

2020 The Best Bits

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1 hour, 10 minutes Available for 9 months First broadcast:
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Highlights from this year's charity fundraiser.

Alex Scott and Chris Ramsey present highlights of the annual night of fundraising for Children in Need projects across the UK.

Alex Scott and Chris Ramsey present highlights of the annual night of fundraising for Children in Need projects across the UK.

As the show celebrates its 40th birthday, expect music performances, inspiring stories, comedy sketches and entertainment from some of the BBC’s biggest shows, including a Strictly special and the return of the Children in Need choir, and some of the UK’s biggest stars reveal the truth about the nation’s favourite bear in Pudsey Bear: Behind the Bandana.

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Presenter
Alex Scott
Presenter
Chris Ramsey
Presenter
Mel Giedroyc
Presenter
Stephen Mangan
Director
John L Spencer

BBC Children in Need

2020 University Challenge Special

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29 minutes Available for 8 months First broadcast:
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Stars go head to head in this episode of University Challenge for Children in Need.

The worlds of TV collide as stars from the BBC and ITV go head to head in this very special episode of University Challenge for Children in Need.

The worlds of TV collide as stars from the BBC and ITV go head to head in this very special episode of University Challenge for Children in Need. But which celebrity team will have the knowledge to finish top of the class?

Don’t forget, donations can be made throughout the show by visiting bbc.co.uk/pudsey, Alternatively, to donate £5 text the word DONATE to 70405, to donate £10 text DONATE to 70410, to donate £20 text DONATE to 70420, or to donate £30 text DONATE to 70430

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Participant
Dara O Briain
Participant
Anita Rani
Participant
Fay Ripley
Participant
Iain Stirling
Participant
Joel Dommett
Participant
Charlene White
Participant
Dane Baptiste

Eurovision Song Contest

2020 Come Together

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1 hour, 29 minutes Available for 2 months First broadcast:
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A chance to vote for your all-time favourite Eurovision song.

With Eurovision 2020 unable to go ahead as planned, Graham Norton gives viewers the chance to vote for their all-time favourite Eurovision song from an eclectic shortlist.

Graham Norton is on hand to kick off a night of Eurovision-themed programmes.

In Eurovision: Come Together, the British public will get the opportunity to take part in a live online vote to choose their all-time favourite Eurovision song from the past 64 years. This eclectic shortlist of songs have been selected by a panel of Eurovision experts and super-fans including Radio 2’s Ken Bruce, Eurovision semi-final commentators Rylan Clark-Neal and Scott Mills, former UK Eurovision acts SuRie and Nicki French, and uber-fans Mel Giedroyc and Radio 1’s Adele Roberts.

Whilst viewers vote for their favourite songs, Graham chats to James Newman, who was due to represent the UK in Rotterdam this year. There are previews of some of the other most talked about acts who were due to take to the stage this year, and Eurovision fans and some former Eurovision faces recreate Eurovision classics in their homes. Former UK Eurovision act Sonia even takes on the Epic Sax Guy solo that became so infamous after the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest.

At the end of the show Graham will reveal the song that UK viewers have chosen to crown as the winner of Eurovision: Come Together. Will it be a certain Swedish foursome, one of the UK’s past winners or one of the more recent fan favourites that have competed at the world’s biggest and greatest song contest?

Credits

Presenter
Graham Norton
Series Producer
Lee Smithurst
Executive Producer
Andrew Cartmell
Executive Producer
Mel Balac

BBC Children in Need

2020 Life in Lockdown

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29 minutes Available for 9 months First broadcast:
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A film shining a light on children coping with the effects of the Covid pandemic.

A powerful, uplifting film showing how brilliantly resilient children can be as they experience a variety of challenges whilst coping with the effects of the pandemic

Emma Willis narrates a special film for BBC Children in Need, a powerful and uplifting portrait of how resilient children and young people can be in the face of a global crisis.

The film follows Coby, aged nine, and his sister Addison, age four, who has recently been diagnosed with Poretti-Boltshauser Syndrome, a rare disorder. Coby supports his little sister through this tough time, helping with her sign language, as they also receive some surprising news about her condition.

In Swansea, Leo (14), Lilah (13) and Zion (9) live with their grandmother Emma after their mother died five years ago. The three siblings have all been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and have other additional needs. The film captures the family’s frustration, anxiety and camaraderie as the children cope with fluctuating lockdown restrictions, and sees them receive support in the form of BBC support from projects funded by Children in Need.

Ethan, aged 12, from Hertfordshire has been diagnosed with Stargardt disease. His eyesight is deteriorating, with the real possibility that one day he will lose it completely. The film shares Ethan’s determination to overcome his challenges and make as many memories as possible while he still can see.

Beatrice, aged eight, from Greater Manchester, lost her little sister Rosalind to cancer a year ago. As Beatrice and her family headed into lockdown in March, they were already dealing with the many challenges of bereavement. Rachel, a project worker from a Children in Need-funded project at the Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity, has been hosting virtual play sessions with Bea to help her cope.

Credits

Narrator
Emma Willis
Director
Amy Richardson
Executive Producer
Anna Hall
Executive Producer
Brian Woods
Production Company
True Vision Yorkshire

Sport Relief

2020 A Round with Rom and Andy Murray

BBC One
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17 minutes Available for 8 days Web Only

Romesh Ranganathan invites Sir Andy Murray to play a unique golf open.

Comedian Romesh Ranganathan invites Sir Andy Murray to join him in their own unique version of golf’s Open Championship – but at a mini golf course!

Comedian Romesh Ranganathan invites Sir Andy Murray to join him in their own unique version of golf’s Open Championship – but at a mini golf course! The loser will be subjected to a personal forfeit.

Sport Relief

2020 Line of Duty

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10 minutes Available for 8 days Web Only

Arnott, Fleming and Hastings are back to interrogate an accused corrupt copper.

Arnott, Fleming and Hastings are back to interrogate DC Taylor, an accused corrupt copper, played by Jason Isaacs.

Arnott, Fleming and Hastings are back to interrogate DC Taylor, an accused corrupt copper, played by Jason Isaacs. Unfortunately for DC Taylor, his representation comes in the form of ineffective lawyer David Rickman, played by Lee Mack.

Sport Relief

2020 The Greatest Dancer

BBC One
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11 minutes Available for 8 days Web Only

Two all-star teams take to the stage to battle it out.

Two all-star teams take to the stage to battle it out for the title of Sport Relief's Greatest Dancer but can they impress the resident Dance Captains?

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