Next Episode of Comic Relief is
Season 2017 / Episode 6 and airs on 26 March 2017 16:35
"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.
19:00 - 20:15
The biggest night in television kicks off with Michael McIntyre and Claudia Winkleman. The fun begins with a very special Outnumbered featuring Andy Murray. There is also mini episode of Dr Who and Ruby Wax, Claudia Winkleman and Miranda Hart go head to head in the politically-charged Comic Relief Does MasterChef.
20:15 - 21:20
Graham Norton and Davina McCall will then take over the reigns. Highlights include the culmination of a special Comic Relief storyline in Eastenders, a Downton Abbey spoof featuring Jennifer Saunders, Joanna Lumley, Kim Cattrall and Victoria Wood amongst many many others. And Ant and Dec are racing against time to raise cash for Comic Relief.
21:20 - 22:30
Dermot O'Leary takes over the presenting duties and the laughs continue with something very special from Peter Kay. James Corden returns for the latest instalment of Smithy featuring the biggest names in showbusiness, Harry Hill is joined by some very special friends from the wildlife kingdom, and Take That and Adele will be performing live.
The packed night of TV laughs continues with Lenny Henry and Fearne Cotton.
James Corden, John Bishop, David Walliams, Catherine Tate and Alan Carr combine to form Fake That, the ultimate Take That tribute group.
There is also a hilarious sketch from Miranda Hart, Ant and Dec race against time to raise cash, and Gareth Malone faces his Waterloo when he attempts to turn a group of TV chefs into choristers.
23:05 - 00:00
Jonathan Ross and Claudia Winkleman are live in the studio. Find out how David Walliams got on in the Greatest Panel Show of all Time, Steve Coogan returns with a very special Alan Partridge and The Inbetweeners boys have been on a Rude Road Trip around the UK.
00:00 - 01:15
The fun continues with highlights from the immense panel show marathon, the Greatest Panel Show of all Time, Kate Moss takes part in a jaw-dropping new sketch and Summer Heights High's Chris Lilley premieres his new tv comedy show Angry Boys. And if that's not enough, Armstrong and Miller have been up to some very naughty things.
Top stand-up comedians Jack Whitehall and Kevin Bridges take Comic Relief through to the early hours with a selection of the best comedy clips of the last couple of years. Featuring brilliant comedy from Steve Coogan, Ben Stiller, Rob Brydon, Mitchell and Webb, Armstrong and Miller, Ronnie Corbett, Miranda Hart, Sean Lock and Kate Moss, plus some exclusive comedy never seen before on British television.
An hour of pure comedy gold refined from 2011's Comic Relief television marathon, the celebrity-packed extravaganza in which Britain did something funny for money.
Michael McIntyre heads up a galaxy of stars in this 90-minute special showcasing the best of Red Nose Day 2011. Lenny Henry, JLS and Dermot O'Leary report back on how this year's record-breaking 108 million pounds has been spent in Africa, while Michael sets out on a mission to thank as many people as possible here in the UK for their fundraising efforts, including David Walliams and James Corden.
Steve Coogan(Alan Partridge (Presenter))
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