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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 Comic Relief charity fundraising extravaganza settles into its new home at the O2, where the hosts include Lenny Henry, Jonathan Ross, Sally Phillips, Rob Beckett, Romesh Ranganathan, Warwick Davis and Miranda Hart. There are live performances from Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders, Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer, Matt Berry and Catherine Tate, while Johnny Vegas and Joe Lycett take over the cooking and serving duties at a local pizza restaurant. James Corden presents an exclusive Car Pool Karaoke from LA with Take That, and the all-star cast of Love Actually fastforward 13 years into Red Nose Day Actually. There are also exclusive treats from Mrs Brown, Alan Partridge, Peter Kay and David Walliams. Live music comes from Ed Sheeran, Rag'n'Bone Man and Emeli Sande. Throughout the night, there are a number of films showing the work that Comic Relief does both in the UK and in Africa.
It is going to be wet and wild (and probably windy) as Greg Davies bravely hosts a very special half hour of top comedy from the roof of the O2, whilst relaxing in a hot tub.
Greg is joined in his tub by some very special guests, including the ladies from iconic sketch group Smack the Pony, who are reuniting after 13 years to perform together again.
There is also comedy from Philomena Cunk in a Moment of Wonder, grilling Richard Curtis about Comic Relief, and an exclusive sketch from the hottest new comedy stars in This Country.
Frankie Boyle and Rebecca Front star in an exclusive sketch following a group who are addicted to heckling at comedy clubs, and if that wasn't enough, we go behind the scenes to reveal how the sequel to Love Actually was made in Making Love Actually.
Graham Norton supersizes his incredibly popular chat show with a ludicrously long sofa which is filled with more star guests than ever before. Expect plenty of Graham's trademark mayhem and mirth as the guests just keep on coming throughout this very special live programme. The Kurupt FM crew join Graham to present the world premiere of their musical collaboration with Ed Sheeran.
Russell Brand comperes more live comedy as he welcomes the hottest stand-up acts in the UK to the Comic Relief stage. Seven very special performers ensure the laughs - and donations - keep on rolling in.
Jonathan Ross and Noel Fielding join forces to look back at some very special Red Nose Day musical memories from the past 30 years. Hysterical performances, exclusive collaborations and some very silly songs fill this unique and mostly harmonious journey through the vast Comic Relief archives.
Highlights from the 2017 Red Nose Day, including all the funniest moments from the biggest comedy show of the year. With Sir Lenny Henry, Jonathan Ross, Sally Phillips, Rob Beckett, Romesh Ranganathan, Warwick Davis and Miranda Hart. There is also Alan Partridge, Peter Kay, Russell Brand, Mrs Brown, People Just Do Nothing, Cunk, Toast of London, Smack the Pony, David Walliams, This Country, Frankie Boyle and lots more.
Festive Comic Relief special featuring some of the funniest moments from Red Nose Day 2017 and looking at how the money raised has been making life better for so many people in the UK and around the globe.
Matt Lucas(Andy (Presenter))
Steve Coogan(Alan Partridge (Presenter))
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