Comic Relief. Copyright: BBC.

Comic Relief

BBC One variety show for Red Nose Day. 16 episodes, 1988 - 2017. Stars Lenny Henry, Jonathan Ross, Griff Rhys Jones, Dawn French and others.

Comic Relief - Funny for Money (2009)

Stars come together to raise money for charity on Red Nose Day.

Further details

David Tennant and Davina McCall kick off the fundraising extravaganza. The fun begins with a special edition of Harry Hill 's TV Burp, The Saturdays performing their Comic Relief single, and Ronnie Corbett landing in a Sarah Jane Adventure.

7:30pm

David and Davina go head to head as they take to the Mastermind chair.

The Outnumbered kids outsmart the adults.

Highlights of high-kicking celebs re-creating famous routines in Let's Dance for Comic Relief.

8pm

Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse present their take on Dragons' Den

The cast of the latest Harry Potter film meet young fundraisers.

8:30pm

Jonathan Ross and Claudia Winkleman introduce the last ever French & Saunders movie spoof: a tribute to Mamma Mia!, featuring Sienna Miller, Joanna Lumley and Matt Lucas.

Ant & Dec go back to their roots.

Catherine Tate takes on Little Britain's computer girl.

9pm

The celebrity climbers hot-foot it back from their ascent of Mount Kilimanjaro.

Plus the sequel to Mamma Mia!

A visit to The Royle Family.

9:30pm

Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant re-imagine The Office as an opera.

Denise Van Outen reports on a pair of twins struggling for survival in an African hospital

Jonathan and Claudia welcome some very special dancers.

10pm

Comic Relief Does Top of the Pops is on BBC2 during the news.

10:35pm

Fern Britton and Alan Carr present a boys v girls classic as Comic Relief Does The Apprentice reaches its nerve-wracking boardroom climax.

11pm

Robbie Williams stars in a Little Britain sketch

David Beckham, Rio Ferdinand and the rest of the England squad are taught a thing or two.

11.30pm

It's time for a pub quiz with landlord Al Murray.

Comedy acts Mitchell & Webb and Armstrong & Miller join forces.

Oasis play live.

1am

Graham Norton presents stand-up sets from Omid Djalili, Jason Manford and Lenny Henry, while Kate Moss and Sadie Frost make Katy Brand's fashion daydream come true.

2am

From the privacy of their own flat - containing 70 people - James Corden and Mathew Home showcase the finest comedy from recent years.

Broadcast details

Date
Friday 13th March 2009
Time
7pm
Channel
BBC One
Length
480 minutes

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