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By the Liberal Democrats.
L Terry Wogan is joined by Tess Daly and Alesha Dixon as this year's major fundraising event for
J underprivileged children gets into full swing.
Alesha and the stars of Strictly Come Dancing get the party started with a dazzling show-opener.
Merlin conjures up some wizard ideas for the appeal and the official Children in Need single is launched, sung by Peter Kay and a host of famous faces.
7.30* A patient raises the temperature for the Casualty cast, while boy band JLS get pulses racing with a live performance. Plus there's a Walk on the Wild Side.
8.00* The stars of Hollyoaks rock TV Centre with their tribute to Queen, there's a sneak peek of the Doctor Who Christmas special, plus music from Taylor Swift.
8.30* The One Show team re-enacts the iconic street dance from Fame; the stars of Dragons' Den roll up their sleeves to restore an activity centre for disadvantaged children; and Westlife perform live in the studio.
9.00* Terry Wogan turns up as the new squire in Lark Rise to Candleford, The Bill perform a Rat Pack classic and Gary Barlow brings on a big cheque.
9.30* The cast of EastEnders celebrate The Magic of Motown and the BBC newsreaders are joined by surprise guests to create a music and dance spectacular.
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With Fiona Bruce.
Regional News; Weather with Rob McElwee.
LThe party continues with music from pop princess
Pixie Lott , a rousing performance from
Justin Lee Collins and double-trouble from impressionists
-Jon Cuishaw and Debra Stephenson.
11.00* Harry Connick Jr sings live in the studio;
Taggart and Rebus clash in a mini detective drama; and tune in for a true classic from Spandau Ballet.
11.30* Special performances from Paolo Nutini , Madness, David Gray and Annie Lennox.
12.00* It's a tradition for stars from the West End to hotfoot it to TV Centre. This year the cast of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert have their own bus! Plus songs from James Morrison , Sugababes and the Nolans.
1.00* With musical performances from Little Boots, Stereophonies, Ronan Keating , Paloma Faith and Alison Moyet , and the grand total for Children in Need's 30th fundraising spectacular is revealed. Director Stuart McDonald ; Executive producer Elaine Paterson
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