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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

Songs of Praise

Gospel Singer of the Year - Semi-Final

BBC One
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39 minutes Available for 3 days First broadcast:
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Mark De-Lisser hosts the semi-final of Gospel Singer of the Year 2021.

Mark De-Lisser hosts the semi-final of a brand new competition to find the Gospel Singer of the Year, with three celebrity judges deciding who will make it into next week’s final.

Mark De-Lisser hosts the semi-final of the brand new competition to find the Gospel Singer of the Year 2021. In the first of two programmes celebrating gospel music, five talented amateur singers take to the stage at Gorton Monastery in Manchester.

Deciding who goes through to next week’s final are three celebrity judges: pop sensation and West End musical star Alexandra Burke, singer and leading gospel vocal coach David Grant and singing legend Heather Small, who closes the show with her hit song Proud.

Our semi-finalists are Monique McKen from Birmingham, Kieron Bygraves from Huddersfield, Lois Kirby from Bedford, James Morrison from Lincoln and Tara Goddard from Halifax. Which singer will be your favourite?

Credits

Presenter
Mark De-Lisser
Judge
Alexandra Burke
Judge
David Grant
Judge
Heather Small
Executive Producer
Cat Lewis
Executive Producer
Emyr Afan
Series Producer
Matthew Napier
Producer
Charlotte Hindle
Production Company
Avanti Media

Saturday Live

Simon Williams

BBC Radio 4
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1 hour, 28 minutes Available for over a year First broadcast:
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Actor Simon Williams and singer Heather Small join Aasmah Mir and Richard Coles.

Actor Simon Williams; singer Heather Small; writer John Higgs and angler Marina Gibson join Aasmah Mir and the Reverend Richard Coles.

Actor Simon Williams; singer Heather Small; writer John Higgs and angler Marina Gibson join Aasmah Mir and the Reverend Richard Coles.

The actor Simon Williams got his big break playing James Bellamy in the period drama Upstairs, Downstairs. He is currently starring as Justin Elliott in the BBC Radio 4 series the Archers and a mysterious property developer - known as "the chairman" - in East Enders on BBC One. He is performing in Posting Letters to the Moon with his wife, the actress Lucy Fleming in which the couple read the wartime letters between Lucy's parents Celia Johnson and her husband Peter Fleming. Posting Letters to the Moon is at the Jermyn Street Theatre on November 19th.

Heather Small is a singer and songwriter, best known for her work with the soul band M People who came to attention with hits including Moving on Up, One Night in Heaven and Search for the Hero. Now a solo performer, Heather is a former contestant on the BBC One series Strictly Come Dancing. Heather Small is on tour in 2018.

Marina Gibson is a passionate angler and fishing instructor who started trout fishing at the age of 5. Her fishing trips have taken her around the world - she has cast her line for trout in Norway and for milkfish, bonefish and triggerfish on Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean.

John Higgs is a writer. In his new book Watling Street he takes a journey along Watling Street, from Dover to Anglesey - a road of witches and ghosts, of queens and highwaymen, of history and myth and Chaucer and Dickens. Watling Street - Travels through Britain and its Ever-Present Past is published by Weidenfeld & Nicholson.

Also on the programme DJ and filmmaker Don Letts reveals his Inheritance Tracks.

Producer: Paula McGinley

Editor: Eleanor Garland.

Credits

Interviewed Guest
Simon Williams
Interviewed Guest
Heather Small
Interviewed Guest
John Higgs
Interviewed Guest
Marina Gibson
Interviewed Guest
Don Letts
Presenter
Aasmah Mir
Presenter
Richard Coles
Producer
Paula McGinley
Editor
Eleanor Garland

Songs of Praise

Gospel Singer of the Year - Final

BBC One
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43 minutes Available for 10 days First broadcast:
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Mark De-Lisser hosts the final of Gospel Singer of the Year 2021 from Gorton Monastery.

Mark De-Lisser hosts the final of our Gospel Singer of the Year competition. Which one of the three talented performers will the celebrity judges choose?

Mark De-Lisser hosts the final of our Gospel Singer of the Year competition. Three talented finalists sing to win the title at the stunning Gorton Monastery in Manchester. Making the all-important decision are the judges: pop and West End musicals star Alexandra Burke, vocal coach and gospel expert David Grant and singing legend Heather Small. There’s also a guest performance from Shaun Escoffery, singing his single River.

Credits

Presenter
Mark De-Lisser
Judge
Alexandra Burke
Judge
David Grant
Judge
Heather Small
Executive Producer
Cat Lewis
Executive Producer
Emyr Afan
Series Producer
Matthew Napier
Producer
Charlotte Hindle
Production Company
Avanti Media
BBC One
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1 hour, 10 minutes Available for 3 months First broadcast:
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The cast of Miranda reunite at the London Palladium to mark the show's tenth anniversary.

Miranda Hart and the cast of her sitcom come together to celebrate the show's tenth anniversary with a music-filled, star-studded spectacular from the London Palladium.

Miranda Hart celebrates the tenth anniversary of her award-winning sitcom with a star-studded spectacular filmed in front of an audience of fans at the iconic London Palladium.

Joining her are the sitcom’s cast, who reunite to look back over a decade of fun and friendship, and share their fondest and funniest memories from their time on the show.

And it wouldn’t be a party without music and surprises, of which there are plenty. McFly kick off the show with a rousing rendition of Don’t Stop Me Now and there is music from the Kingdom Choir and the cast of Mamma Mia. And in a fitting tribute to the sitcom, Heather Small brings the house down with a performance of Proud.

There are also touching tributes from Miranda fans, and stars including Andy Murray, Hugh Bonneville and Carey Mulligan line up to wish the sitcom a happy birthday.

This unforgettable night of magical memories, with Miranda at the helm, includes some poignant reflections alongside the silliness, dancing and, of course, galloping!

Credits

Miranda
Miranda Hart
Participant
Sarah Hadland
Participant
Patricia Hodge
Participant
Sally Phillips
Writer
Miranda Hart
Performer
McFly undefined
Performer
Heather Small
Performer
The Kingdom Choir
Director
Barbara Wiltshire
Series Producer
Aoife Bower
Production Company
Monkey Kingdom Limited
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