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    BBC Children in Need 2010

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    BBC's Children in Need spectacular live appeal show returns on Friday 19 November at 7.00pm on BBC One, with a variety of entertainment acts, all doing their bit to raise money for disadvantaged children and young people right here in the UK.

    Hosted by Sir Terry Wogan and Tess Daly the seven hour show will be broadcast live from BBC Television Centre and will feature some of the UK's top TV, musical and theatrical personalities and acts.

    Highlights on the night include:

    - Starring appearances from the cast of Coronation Street and EastEnders

    - A live performance from JLS of the official BBC Children in Need single, Love You More

    - The recently reformed Take That will perform their new single, 'The Flood', and in a BBC Children in Need exclusive, will sing one of their classic hits live for the first time since regrouping

    - A sneak preview of the Doctor Who Christmas special

    - An extra special pop-star edition of Strictly Come Dancing

    - Additional live performances from Cheryl Cole, Alexandra Burke, Westlife, The Script, The Saturdays, Ellie Goulding and Maroon 5. More acts to be announced shortly

    - Peter Andre performs a tribute to Michael Jackson

    - The ladies from Loose Women give Girls Aloud a run for their money with their rendition of 'The Promise'

    - And, of course a very, very special, live performance by the BBC Newsreaders

    The programme will also feature broadcasts from around the UK, as BBC presenters join their local communities to catch up with some energetic and creative fundraising exploits.

    John Barrowman will present this year's extravaganza from Glasgow where the cast of hit musical We Will Rock You will be among the acts joining Pudsey at the SECC as BBC Children in Need Rocks.

    All girl group The Saturdays and Only Men Aloud will be brightening up BBC Children in Need in Wales, to celebrate a very special BBC Children in Need night live from Wales's Millennium Stadium. The half-time performance, presented by The One Show's Alex Jones, will see The Saturdays and all-male choir Only Men Aloud wowing the crowds during half time of the autumn international rugby match Wales v Fiji.

    Viewers in Northern Ireland will be treated to a spectacular show from the Odyssey Arena, Belfast.

    18 Comments

    Original Poster Banned

    Peter Andre yum yum

    The perfect excuse to go out for the evening!

    So that's a night of PS3 gaming sorted out then.

    The ladies from Loose Women give Girls Aloud a run for their money with their rendition of 'The Promise

    hope they have taken their hrt tablets......obviously will be an awful cringeworthy performance

    cdm22

    The perfect excuse to go out for the evening!


    DarkKnight

    So that's a night of PS3 gaming sorted out then.



    lol X)

    Original Poster Banned

    cdm22

    The perfect excuse to go out for the evening!



    DarkKnight

    So that's a night of PS3 gaming sorted out then.



    I bet my bf goes to his friend's to play Xbox.

    cdm22

    The perfect excuse to go out for the evening!

    DarkKnight

    So that's a night of PS3 gaming sorted out then.



    awww .... should get him a ps3 - they're much better

    Original Poster Banned

    arcangel111

    awww .... should get him a ps3 - they're much better



    He's happy watching Cheryl at the moment (_;)

    Havent watched it in years, all the stories I have heard over the years about funds not going to where they are truely needed or getting squandered like any charity.

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    ryouga

    Havent watched it in years, all the stories I have heard over the years … Havent watched it in years, all the stories I have heard over the years about funds not going to where they are truely needed or getting squandered like any charity.



    bbc.co.uk/pud…tml

    love the show,donated with school and on the phone today, my sons school raised £331.31p again this year.. i think it was the same amount as last year,lol. its for a fantastic cause

    Original Poster Banned

    vinylandtrinkets

    love the show,donated with school and on the phone today, my sons school … love the show,donated with school and on the phone today, my sons school raised £331.31p again this year.. i think it was the same amount as last year,lol. its for a fantastic cause



    My friend and his disabled son are enjoying themselves in Liverpool at the moment.

    Just seen them on the TV.

    DLM

    My friend and his disabled son are enjoying themselves in Liverpool at … My friend and his disabled son are enjoying themselves in Liverpool at the moment.Just seen them on the TV.


    thats cool,

    Original Poster Banned

    vinylandtrinkets

    thats cool,



    They are good neighbour's of mine and I hope they have an amazing time.

    DLM

    They are good neighbour's of mine and I hope they have an amazing time.



    the entire event looks amazing, to really be there must be so exciting for them

    Original Poster Banned

    It has been very good this year.

    I need to go to bed soon because I have to be up very early tomorrow.
    Edited by: "DLM" 19th Nov 2010

    Original Poster Banned

    Loose women were fab.
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