Comic Relief 1999
7.15pm: Ewan McGregor and Friends. How Red Nose cash makes a difference to people in Africa.
7.20pm: The Biggest Red Nose in the World Ever. Presenting the first record of the night.
7.30pm: The Vicar of Dibley (part 2). A huge guest star arrives.
7.45pm: Johnny Vaughn and Zoe Ball take the reins.
7.50pm: The Great Big Record - Breaking Gunge. Griff Rhys Jones gets ready to splat 1,000 people.
8.10pm: Paul Bradley in Rwanda, reporting on the women who were widowed during the genocide.
8.20pm: Harry Enfield and Special Chums. Kevin and Perry kiss a star.
8.40pm: Boyzone sing When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going.
8.50pm: At Work in the UK. A look at domestic Comic Relief projects.
8.55pm: Peter Snow Goes Tonto. Announcing the first big total.
9pm: News. Comic Relief continues on BBC2.
9.35pm: Doctor Who (part 3). The star-studded finale.
9.45pm: Record Breaking Broadcast. Radio 1 DJ Simon Mayo just before going off air after 37 hours.
9.46pm: The Victoria Wood Special - Wetty Hainthrop Investigates. Victoria Wood stars as the northern detective, with Julie Walters, Judith Chalmers, Gary Wilmot, Matthew Kelly and stars of Coronation Street.
9.55pm: Rwanda Odyssey. Another report by Paul Bradley.
10.15pm: The Fast Show Live for the first time on the BBC.
10.25pm: Dawn French - Child Prostitution. The plight of teenage prostitutes in the UK.
10.30pm: Elvis Costello. A rare live performance, just for Comic Relief.
10.35pm: The Son of the Fast Show Live. More bespoke comedy.
10.40pm: The Most Naked People on TV Ever. As the title suggests.
11.05pm: Graham Norton. The chat-show host puts in an appearance.
11.20pm: Where Are They Now? Tony Robinson with updates on Comic Relief projects in the UK.
11.25pm: Tantrums and Tiaras - the Out-Take: Sir Elton John with a peek at life backstage.
12.30am: Blast from the Past, with Ben Elton. Highlights of Comic Relief from years past.
1am: Carry On Loving.
- Friday 12th March 1999
- BBC One
- 480 minutes