Comic Relief 1995
7pm - Chris Evans: Don't Forget Your Nose
Chris Evans kicks off the mayhem and madness. The hour includes Phil Collins's Old MacDonald, with celebrity animals featuring Goldie Hawn, Emma Thompson, Liam Neeson, Hugh Grant and Archbishop Desmond Tutu as a lively sheep.
Also Richard Wilson in Africa: TV's Victor Meldrew reports from a Ugandan refugee camp.
7.25pm - Oliver 2: Let's Twist Again
The first of tonight's hilarious three-part adventure, that offers the chance to find out just what happened to Oliver Twist when he grew up. Featuring Jeremy Irons, Diana Rigg, Pauline Collins, Alan Cumming, Timothy Spall, Angus Deayton, Ron Moody, Oliver Reed, Michael Palin, Stephen Fry, Kathy Burke and Richard Briers.
Then it's time for Wet Wet Wet live in the studio performing the Elvis Presley classic In the Ghetto, and Chris Evans rounding off the hour with a very unusual competition.
8pm - Harry Enfield and His Charity Chums
Harry Enfield and all his most favourite characters, including Tim Nice-But-Dim, take over the reins.
At 8.05: Oliver 2: Let's Twist Again - The second gripping instalment.
Followed by Cher, Neneh Cherry and Chrissie Hynde.
At 8.35: Torvill and Bean - Ice-skating history as Mr Bean partners Jayne Torvill.
Billy Connolly's moving report from Mozambique
Wayne and Waynetta Slob eating their especially unpleasant Red Nose Day recipes.
9pm - Nine O'Clock News
Comic Relief continues on BBC2 from 9.00 to 9.30pm
9:30pm - French and Saunders and Much More
Part 2 explodes into action with French and Saunders - an hour of love and affection towards the world, and intense hostility towards each other.
Including at 9.35: Oliver 2: Let's Twist Again - The final gruesome end to this Dickensian tale.
Then it's time for Ruby's Million: like Anneka with attitude, Ruby Wax goes on a mission to raise a million pounds.
And The Snogathon, a tasteful climax to French and Saunders' hour when they get to kiss four of the most delicious men in the UK.
10:30pm - Smith and Jones and Wood
Three comedians with very boring surnames take over for a glorious hour, which includes Alan Partridge having an awful time in Norwich, and Victoria Wood reporting on her experience of living with a family in Zimbabwe.
Followed by Reeves and Mortimer: fasten your safety belts, Vic and Bob are here and they're not at all sane.
11:30pm - Lenny Henry Presents "Belfast Live"
0:30am - Late and Languid with Jonathan Ross
Back to London for half-an-hour of out-takes and bloopers. Plus the results of this week's Comedy Film Vote, a chance to choose one of four films to round off The Night of Comic Relief.
1am - Comic Relief Viewers' Choice
- Friday 17th March 1995
- BBC One
- 480 minutes