Comic Relief - Face The Funny (2015)
David Walliams then joins Davina to present a special instalment of The Vicar of Dibley, which sees Geraldine finding herself in the frame to be the next female bishop and facing stiff competition from some very famous faces.
10pm - News
The comedy continues on BBC2.
As Comic Relief heads late into the night the comedy gets edgier, with performances from Russell Brand, Doc Brown and Trevor Noah. And finally, a live sketch from Cardinal Burns takes viewers through to the night's conclusion as the fundraising total is revealed.
1am - Comic Relief - Making it Funny for Money
Radio 1's very own Comic Relief hero Greg James takes viewers later into the night with an hour-long celebrity-packed extravaganza which gives a behind-the-scenes look at how the legendary night of TV comes together, featuring exclusive interviews from the star-studded cast of thousands who've made this year's show such a success.
David Walliams shares his experience of filming with the legendary Professor Stephen Hawking for Little Britain, Stephen Fry gives us the lowdown on being a national treasure, Ben Miller reveals all about the return of Mr Bean, and there's much more Red Nose Day gossip to fuel the fundraising and even more laughter.
- Friday 13th March 2015
- BBC One
- 480 minutes
Highlights from comedian Mark Watson's marathon 27-hour comedy show at London's Pleasance Theatre, all in aid of Comic Relief.
Doc Brown has created this comic rap to explain why you should give to Comic Relief.
Featuring: Ben Bailey Smith.
Comic relief presents their One Direction 'tribute band', No Direction.