Comic Relief 1993
7pm - Lenny Henry Lets Loose!
The evening kicks off with comedy and a run-down of some of the places Comic Reliefs money has been spent over the past two years.
7.10pm - Mr Bean on Blind Date: Part 1
A perfectly charming girl called Tracy faces a perfectly disastrous date. With Rowan Atkinson and, of course, Cilia.
Then Lenny Henry reports on his trip to Somalia.
7.30pm - Casualty Comic Relief Special
Tension and drama with the cast of Casualty as the studio audience decides the treatment for celebrity patients!
Plus a film on Comic Reliefs work with teenagers in peril.
7.45pm - Smashie and Nlcey
Right Said Fred play live in one surprised viewer's street.
8pm - Lumley In Africa In Eritrea
Joanna Lumley's Eritrea diary for Comic Relief.
8.10pm - Game for a Game!
Plus highlights from this year's fundraising stupidities.
8.40pm - Blind Date: Part 2
How did Mr Bean's Blind Date go? And in the Prize Tomato draw viewers with red noses can win some astonishing prizes such as their own height in comedy videos and a very red Tomato Mini.
9pm - News
Total Relief continues on BBC2 between 9.00 and 9.30.
9.30pm - Deayton and Rhys Jones
9.40pm - The BBC Banned Audition Tapes
Another Comic Relief exclusive. Terry Wogan is revealed auditioning for the Monty Python team. Peter Sissons fails to finish what he started on Mastermind. And Blossom the Cow auditions as special guest star in All Creatures Great and Small.
Also, Tony Robinson reports on Aids in Uganda.
10pm - Have I Got Sports News for You
10.15pm - French and Saunders and Prince and Barry White
Prepare for a mind-blowing duet between "love gods" Prince and Barry White - with a little help from Lenny Henry and 14 hours in make-up!
Plus a film on Comic Relief's work with older people.
10.30pm - One Foot in the Grave
Victor Meldrew gives vent to his deepest feelings during his longest bath.
Also Zoe Wanamaker introduces a film of an extraordinary project in Ethiopia.
And there's a very surprising chat show with Stephen Fry and some extremely famous guests.
11pm - Friday Night Live - Lives Again!
Midnight - Comic Relief's Old, New, Borrowed and Blue
Lenny Henry, Griff Rhys Jones and Jonathan Ross present an hour of mirth and mayhem, featuring gems plucked from the comedy archives: stay awake for Groucho Marx, Steve Martin, Morecambe & Wise and Loyd Grossman. And a most unladylike moment from the House of Eliott.
1am - This Is Spinal Tap
The spoof "rockumentary", the definitive fly-on-the-wall story of Britain's loudest heavy rockers.
- Friday 12th March 1993
- BBC One
- 480 minutes