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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.
The funniest night of the year starts with David Tennant and Davina McCall, a Harry Hill TV Burp special, the Saturdays performing their Comic Relief single, and an alien Ronnie Corbett landing himself in a Sarah Jane Adventure.
David and Davina go head-to-head in a special edition of Mastermind, the kids in Outnumbered outsmart the adults doing something funny for money, and there are high-kicking highlights of celebs recreating famous routines in Let's Dance for Comic Relief.
David Tennant and Davina McCall introduce Enfield and Whitehouse turning the tables on the actual Dragons as Harry and Paul do Dragon's Den. The cast of the new Harry Potter film meet young fundraisers and the legendary Annie Lennox is in the studio.
Jonathan Ross and Claudia Winkleman present the last ever French and Saunders film spoof as Dawn and Jennifer hoof their way through part one of their Mamma Mia! parody, with Sienna Miller, Joanna Lumley and Matt Lucas among stars falling over themselves to get in on the act. Catherine Tate turns the tables on Little Britain's computer girl Carol Beer, and Ant and Dec go back to their Geordie roots.
Stars come together to raise money for charity on Red Nose Day. Gavin and Stacey's James Corden takes Smithy to a hotel where he collides with David Beckham, Rio Ferdinand and the rest of the England squad and teaches them a thing or two. Dawn French, Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley romp through their Mamma Mia! sequel with Philip Glenister and Alan Carr as two prospective fathers to young Sienna. Denise Van Outen reports as twins struggle for life in an African hospital.
Stars come together to raise money for charity on Red Nose Day. Davina McCall reports from Africa while Adele gives a special performance. Featuring the comedic talents of Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant.
Stars raise money on Red Nose Day. The Royle Family switch on their television set especially for Comic Relief, while Robbie Williams stars in a new Little Britain sketch.
Two comedy double acts, Armstrong and Miller and Mitchell and Webb, join up as four very peculiar Second World War pilots, before Mitchell and Webb lure Armstrong and Miller into the curious world of Sir Digby Chicken Caesar.
Graham Norton gets all dressed up to present the final hour of comedy and music, with stand-up comedy from Omid Djalili, Jason Manford and Lenny Henry - flown by helicopter from a performance of Othello up north. There is an extremely dressed-down, star-studded version of You Can Keep Your Hat On from the Full Monty, and Katy Brand's fashion daydream about Kate Moss and Sadie Frost comes true.
Then, James Corden and Mathew Horne present a red-nosed hour and a half of the best bits of comedy from here, there and everywhere over the last two years.
Presented from the privacy of their own flat - which happens to have an audience of 70 people in it - expect the unexpected and great comedy from all the finest comedians of the day.
Fifteen minutes of pure comedy gold refined from 2009's Comic Relief television marathon, the celebrity-packed extravaganza in which Britain did something funny for money.
In March 2009, Gary Barlow and mates Cheryl Cole, Ronan Keating, Chris Moyles, Fearne Cotton, Ben Shephard, Kimberly Walsh, Alesha Dixon and Denise Van Outen volunteered for a sponsored walk which was a bit tougher than they had imagined. They climbed Mt Kilimanjaro to highlight the deadly issue of malaria, and raised 3 and a half million pounds in the process.
Now Gary and some of his pals return to Uganda to help distribute half a million malaria nets bought with Comic Relief money, and introduce the funniest moments from Red Nose Day 2009 - including French and Saunders' Mamma Mia, Smithy's England Sketch and Robert Webb's unforgettable Flashdance.
Matt Lucas(Andy (Presenter))
Steve Coogan(Alan Partridge (Presenter))
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