Terry Wogan and Tess Daly present another bumper evening of fundraising fun, which sees a massive line-up of stars singing, dancing or acting plain daft in support of disadvantaged children across the UK. The fun kicks off with the cast of West End smash Matilda singing a medley of songs from the show, boy band JLS performing some of their greatest hits in Albert Square and a treat for Doctor Who fans with an exclusive clip from the long-awaited 50th anniversary episode, which is being shown in just over a week, on Saturday, November 23. 7.50pm Lucy Owen is at the College, Merthyr Tydfil, for the first of the evening's updates from Wales, where students have been raising money for charity all week. 8pm Ice-skating stars Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean swap their skates for dance shoes to go head to head in this year's Strictly challenge. 8.30pm One Direction make their first appearance of the night, Gary Barlow introduces a nationwide choir of 1,500 children united in song and Frank Skinner banishes more celebrities' pet hates in a special edition of Room 101. 8.50pm. Another update from Wales, where guests throughout the night include John Owen Jones and Sophie Evans, and there will be a chance to see Derek Brockway as never before. 9pm Terry is joined by co-host Fearne Cotton as Harry Hill presents his own remake of a classic 1980s pop video - with a host of celebrity cameos - Albert Square also comes alive with dance, as EastEnders favourites demonstrate a multitude of styles, including Charleston, Bollywood, urban, tango and ballroom. The One Show's Alex Jones and Team Rickshaw complete their week-long 700-mile journey, the cast of Call the Midwife tackle a song-and-dance medley, and Ellie Goulding performs the official Children in Need single, How Long Will I Love You. 9.10pm Lucy Owen presents more fundraising fun from Merthyr Tydfil. Continues after the News and National Lottery Update.
Source: BBC TWO