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Comic Relief is an operating British charity, founded in 1985 by the comedy scriptwriter Richard Curtis and comedian Lenny Henry in response to famine in Ethiopia. The highlight of Comic Relief's appeal is Red Nose Day, a biennial telethon held in March, alternating with sister project Sport Relief.
Red Nose Day 1999: the Record Breaker
More than seven hours of top comedy, music and documentary footage of Comic Relief in action.
7.00 Lenny Henry and Davina McCall kick off the night's programming. Including at
7.10 The Vicar of Dibley (part 1) Vicar Geraldine (Dawn French) invites Johnny Depp to a party.
7.15 Ewan McGregor and Friends How Red Nose cash makes a difference to people in Africa.
7.20 The Biggest Red Nose in the World Ever Presenting the first record of the night.
7.30 The Vicar of Dibley (part 2) A huge guest star arrives.
7.45 Johnny Vaughn and Zoe Ball take the reins.
7.50 The Great Big Record Breaking Gunge Griff Rhys Jones gets ready to splat 1,000 people.
8.00 Doctor Who (part 1) Rowan Atkinson stars, with Jonathan Pryce and Julia Sawalha.
8.10 Paul Bradley - Rwanda Reporting on the women who were widowed during the genocide.
8.20 Harry Enfield and Special Chums Kevin and Perry kiss a star.
8.30 Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders take over, presenting Doctor Who (part 2). Will the Doctor survive against the Master?
8.40 Boyzone sing When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going.
8.50 At Work in the UK A look at domestic Comic Relief projects.
8.55 Peter Snow Goes Tonto
Announcing the first big total.
Comedian Steve Coogan takes on the persona oftactless local radio presenter Alan Partridge in a spoof Comic Relief charity broadcast which brings together the audio and visual qualities of Radio Norwich and BBC2 Featuring singer Bryan Ferry.
Dawn and Jennifer are back.
9.35 Doctor Who (part 3). The star-studded finale.
9.45 Record Breaking Broadcast Radio 1 DJ Simon Mayo just before going off air after 37 hours.
9.46 The Victoria Wood Special - Wetty Hainthrop Investigates: Victoria Wood stars as the northern detective, With Julie Walters, Judith Chalmers, Gary Wilmot, Matthew Kelly and stars of Coronation Street.
9.55 Rwanda Odyssey Another report by Paul Bradley.
10.00 Jack Dee, Jonathan Ross and Julian Clary introduce Men Behaving Bady- the Very Special Sketch set in 1968. With Martin Clunes.
10.15 The Fast Show Live for the first time on the BBC.
10.25 Dawn French - Child Prostitution The plight of teenage prostitutes in the UK.
10.30 Elvis Costello A rare live performance, just for Comic Relief.
10.35 The Son of the Fast Show Live More bespoke comedy.
10.40 The Most Naked People on TV Ever As the title suggests .. ?
10.45 Davina McCall joins Lenny Henry for this part of the evening.
11.05 Graham Norton The chat-show host puts in an appearance.
11.10 Have l Got Buzzcocks AII Over Comedy quiz hosted by Angus Deayton , with Nick Hancock , Phill Jupitus and special guests.
11.20 Where Are They Now? Tony Robinson with updates on Comic Relief projects in the UK.
11.25 Tantrums and Tiaras - the Out-Take: Sir Elton John with a peek at life backstage.
11.30 TFI/Comic Relief Chris Evans 's guests include Paul Gascoigne, Mick Hucknall and more. Plus Ruby Wax's visit to a Comic Relief project in Zanzibar.
12.30am Blast from the Past with Ben Elton Highlights of Comic Relief from years past.
Harry Enfield presents the best bits of last Friday's show.
A one-off comedy quiz, hosted by Angus Deayton , first shown as part of Comic Relief night. Plus Davina McCall with an update on the amount raised by the appeal.
Recorded over two nights at the Brixton Academy in south London, this explosion of comedy, dance and music featured a host of stars performing in support of Jubilee 2000, the campaign advocating the cancellation of Third World debt by the end of this year The entertainment is interspersed with two reports filmed by award-winning directors which highlight issues surrounding world debt.
Highlights from a star-studded evening of comedy held at Brixton Academy in June this year as part of Comic Relief's Debt Wish Campaign. Featuring performances from Steve Coogan , Lenny Henry , David Baddiel , the Goodness Gracious Me team, and the League of Gentlemen.
Lenny Henry looks back at 1999, including a record-breaking Red Nose Day that raised £35 million. Davina McCall reports from Kenya on how some of the money has been spent.
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