Bill Turnbull , Sian Williams. Then The National Lottery Dally Play
515. Why does Ken Stott find it easy to Play roles such as Hitler? (5)
Including a London semi. Allowed by News; Weather
Two teams search for collectables at Newmarket, Suffolk. Allowed by News; Weather
China has the world's fastest
Qrowing economy, yet is still home to a Communist regime, a worrying human rights record and huge disparities between rich and poor.
For China Week, Rupert Wingfield -
Hayes examines the economy, freedom and environment in the "Ws most populous nation. 5)
Charlie's death is investigated.
Repeated at 5.35pm
The Devil You Know. Mac finds out about Julia's new investment.
Writer Paul Ebbs
wo Killed JB Fletcher? Jessica is reported dead.
The hamster and his beaky agent
Muse more chaos.
A slapstick preparation
'or tonight's Red Nose fun. Plus McFly with the Comic Relief single.
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Plus weather and sport.
Followed by Weather with John Hammond.
The waiting's over and the fundraising fun begins: Matt Lucas, Rowan Atkinson, Dawn French and Sir Elton John are among stars of the 20th anniversary charity bonanza, which aims to raise millions for those in need in the UK and in the world's poorest countries.
Make a donation with your credit or debit card on [number removed] (local rate); visit the website ([web address removed]); send a cheque (payable to Red Nose Day 2005) to Red Nose Day 2005, [address removed] (or use the envelope on page 3); or make a payment at any bank, building society or post office from 7 March. BBCi: extra donation details can be found on the interactive service Comic Relief special p14; Chris Evans in the RT Interview: p20
Jonathan Ross hosts as Jools Holland 's orchestra celebrates the tenth Red Nose Night and the 20th anniversary of Comic Relief. Harry Hill looks at the past 12 months on TV and Ant & Dec put victims through a "Shepherd's Bush Tucker Trial".
7.30 The remaining Fame Academy students sing in the semi-final. Dick and Dom are joined by Sara Cox and Rupert Grint for Pro-Celebrity Bogies, McFly play pop and the My Family cast end up in bed with Dermot Murnaghan, Anthony Head and Nell McAndrew.
8.00 Rowan Atkinson, Rachel Stevens, Jim Broadbent, Simon Pegg, Mackenzie Crook and Tony Robinson star in the blockbuster Spider-Plant Man. Plus fun with Peter Kay, Davina McCall and Jack Dee. 8.30 George Michael stars in one of a new batch of Little Britain sketches, while Friends is revived by Alistair McGowan and Ronnie Ancona.
9.00 Antiques Roadshow comes to Dibley in a Vicar of Dibley special. Plus the climax of Spider-Plant Man and, live in the studio, the final of Fame Academy.
During the news, the fun continues on BBC2 with Comic Relief Does University Challenge. Videoplus code for 7.00-10.00pm (non-PDC) * Indicates that timing is approximate
With Fiona Bruce. Plus Evan Davis 's second report as part of China Week. Regional News Then Weather with John Hammond. (5)
Graham Norton explodes into action. The Fame Academy winner is announced, Ricky Gervais does his bit for Comic Relief, Little Britain's Vicky Pollard guests on Trisha - and Paul Calf probably isn't sober.
11.30 The Ab Fab team try to reform the Spice Girls and Keane play live. Condoleezza Rice - looking oddly like Lenny Henry - addresses the people of Great
Britain and there's a very special Blind Date.
12.00 Chris Evans take the reins for the final hour. Elton
John meets Little Britain's Dafydd, Smith and Jones reunite, stand-up comics compete and Eric Clapton and Pauline Calf guest. There are greetings from
Green Wing and late-night prizes to be won. Videoplus code for 10.35-1.30am (non-PDC)
All G's encounter with Posh and Becks is among the classics as Johnny Vaughan and Keira Knightley round up the 20 funniest sketches from Britain and the US.
Followed by Weatherview
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