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BBC Children in Need

Children in Need: 40 Fabulous Years

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59 minutes Available for 8 months First broadcast:
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Ade Adepitan looks back at four decades of Children in Need.

Ade Adepitan takes us on a funny, poignant and revealing tour across four decades of Children in Need.

Presenter Ade Adepitan MBE is our guide on this funny, poignant, revealing and surprising numerical tour across four fabulous decades of Children In Need.

Credits

Presenter
Ade Adepitan
Series Producer
Lucy Kenwright
Executive Producer
Caroline Wright
Interviewed Guest
Tom Allen
Interviewed Guest
Matt Baker
Interviewed Guest
Rylan Clark-Neal
Interviewed Guest
Sue Cook
Interviewed Guest
Jon Culshaw
Interviewed Guest
Ainsley Harriott
Interviewed Guest
Marvin Humes
Interviewed Guest
Rochelle Humes
Interviewed Guest
Alex Jones
Interviewed Guest
Gareth Malone
Interviewed Guest
Shona McGarty
Interviewed Guest
Scott Mills
Interviewed Guest
Ore Oduba
Interviewed Guest
Wendi Peters
Interviewed Guest
Susanna Reid
Interviewed Guest
Gaby Roslin
Interviewed Guest
Kate Silverton
Interviewed Guest
Heather Small
Interviewed Guest
Lacey Turner
Interviewed Guest
Kimberley Walsh
Interviewed Guest
Gary Barlow
Interviewed Guest
Mel Giedroyc

Saturday Live

Suzi Perry

BBC Radio 4
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1 hour, 28 minutes Available for over a year First broadcast:
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Formula 1 TV presenter Suzi Perry joins Aasmah Mir and Richard Coles.

Formula 1 TV presenter Suzi Perry joins Aasmah Mir and Richard Coles. With the Inheritance Tracks of Wendi Peters, formerly of Coronation Street and now star of White Christmas.

The BBC's Formula 1 presenter, Suzi Perry, joins Richard Coles and Aasmah Mir to discuss life on the road, her passion for speed, her rock and roll childhood and time spent working backstage at her local theatre.

Ben Collins, ex-"The Stig" from the BBC's Top Gear, takes Richard on a circuit of Rockingham Racetrack.

With more than 30 years' experience Mark Thompson shares his passion for "amateur astronomy", gives simple steps on how you can get started without spending a fortune and explains what is happening with The Geminid meteor shower this weekend.

Hermen, an outreach worker for The Connection at St. Martin's, supported by the Radio 4 Christmas Appeal, recalls his time living on the street.

Robin Ollington describes how his suggestion led to Buckingham Palace displaying a welcoming Christmas Tree.

Katie Rogers shares her story of how, as a city executive, she followed her childhood passion to run away to become a circus ringmaster.

And actress Wendi Peters chooses her Inheritance Tracks - I Won't Last A Day Without You by Carpenters, and Hello Dolly by Barbra Streisand.

Stargazing - The Essential Guide to Astronomy, by Mark Thompson, is published by Philips.

Wendi Peters is appearing as Martha in White Christmas at London's Dominion Theatre.

The Radio 4 Christmas Appeal with St Martin in-the-Fields. This is the 88th Appeal for St. Martin's work to support homeless and vulnerable people across the UK. You can give to the Christmas Appeal online by going to the Radio 4 Christmas Appeal website.

Produced by Louise Corley.

Credits

Presenter
Aasmah Mir
Presenter
Richard Coles
Interviewed Guest
Suzi Perry
Interviewed Guest
Ben Collins
Interviewed Guest
Mark Thompson
Interviewed Guest
Wendi Peters
Interviewed Guest
Robin Ollington
Interviewed Guest
Hermen undefined
Interviewed Guest
Katie Rogers
Producer
Louise Corley
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