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Series 34

166 :34x01 - 2013 - Children In Need Rocks Backstage

Nov/13/2013
Backstage at the charity concert in the company of some of the shows biggest stars.

167 :34x02 - 2013 - Children In Need Rocks the Apollo

Nov/14/2013
Robbie Williams, Barry Manilow, Dizzee Rascal, The Wanted, Little Mix, Ellie Goulding, Rizzle Kicks, Bastille, Tom Odell, The Lumineers, and Passenger are amongst those performing.
Guest Hosts: Terry Wogan as Himself (Appeal Film Host) |
Musical Guests: Kings of Leon as Themselves | Little Mix as Themselves | Rizzle Kicks as Themselves | Keane as Themselves | Tom Odell as Himself | Nicole Scherzinger as Herself | Robbie Williams as Himself | Guy Chambers as Himself | Ellie Goulding as Herself | Gary Barlow as Himself (Appeal Film Host) | Tom Jones as Himself | Bastille as Themselves | Dizzee Rascal as Himself | Barry Manilow as Himself | The Lumineers as Themselves | Madness as Themselves | The Wanted as Themselves | Agnetha Fältskog as Herself | Passenger as Themselves | Jeff Lynne as Himself | Richard Tandy as Himself | Gareth Malone as Himself
Songs: Madness -- Baggy Trousers, Rizzle Kicks -- Baggy Trousers, Ellie Goulding -- Burn, Barry Manilow -- Copacabana, Barry Manilow -- Could It Be Magic, Gary Barlow -- Could It Be Magic, Robbie Williams -- Could It Be Magic, Keane -- Everybody's Changing, Robbie Williams -- Go Gentle, Tom Odell -- Grow Old With Me, The Wanted -- Hit Medley, Little Mix -- Hit Midley, The Lumineers -- Ho Hey, Tom Odell -- I Just Want to Make Love to You, Nicole Scherzinger -- I Just Want to Make Love to You, Agnetha Fältskog -- I Should of Followed You Home, Gary Barlow -- I Should of Followed You Home, Jeff Lynne -- It's A Living Thing, Passenger -- Let Her Go, Dizzee Rascal -- Love This Town, Jeff Lynne -- Mr Blue Sky, Madness -- My Girl, Bastille -- Pompeii, Robbie Williams -- Shine My Shoes, Rizzle Kicks -- Skip to the Good Bit, Kings of Leon -- Supersoaker, Kings of Leon -- Use Somebody, Tom Jones -- What Good Am I?

168 :34x03 - 2013 - Children In Need Rocks Encore

Nov/14/2013
Extended performances and highlights exclusive to the red button.

169 :34x04 - 2013 - Part One

Nov/15/2013
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 Red Button 1
Guest Stars: Frank Skinner (1) as Himself |
Co-Guest Stars: Matt Smith (3) as The Doctor (Doctor Who) |
Musical Guests: Ellie Goulding as Herself | McBusted as Themselves |
Featuring: Alan Dedicoat as Himself (Voiceover) | Simon King (1) as Himself | Dave Myers as Himself | Sinitta as Herself | James Jordan (2) as Himself (Strictly Come Dancing Professional) | Aliona Vilani as Herself (Strictly Come Dancing Professional) | Tess Daly as Herself (Strictly Come Dancing Host) | Bruce Forsyth as Himself (Strictly Come Dancing Host) | Christopher Dean as Himself (Strictly Come Dancing Contestant) | Jane Torvill as Herself (Strictly Come Dancing Contestant) | Harry Hill as Himself
Director: John L. Spencer

170 :34x05 - 2013 - Part Two

Nov/15/2013
One Direction host the next part of the nights events live from Albert Square.
Musical Guests: JLS as Themselves | Tinie Tempah as Himself |
Featuring: Alan Dedicoat as Himself (Voiceover)
Director: John L. Spencer

171 :34x06 - 2013 - Part Three

Nov/15/2013
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
Guest Hosts: Louie Spence as Himself (Thank You Host) | Hugh Dennis as Himself (Appeal Film Host) |
Musical Guests: Dido as Herself | James Arthur (2) as Himself | Busted as Themselves | Wet Wet Wet as Themselves | McFly as Themselves | Yvlis as Themselves |
Featuring: Tina Hobley as Chrissie Williams ('Holby City' Sketch) | Alan Dedicoat as Himself (Voiceover) | JLS as Themselves | Hugh Quarshie as Ric Griffin ('Holby City' Sketch) | Russell Kane as Himself | Greg James as Himself | Matthew Horne as Jamie ('Holby City' Sketch) | Paul Bradley (2) as Elliot Hope ('Holby City' Sketch) | Lauren Drummond as Chantelle Lane ('Holby City' Sketch) | Eric Idle as Himself | Catherine Tate as Nan ('Holby City' Sketch)
Director: John L. Spencer

172 :34x07 - 2013 - The Best Bits

Nov/16/2013
Highlights are shown from Children In Need 2013.
Classification: Variety
Genre: Children | Family
Network: BBC one ( United Kingdom)
Premiere: November 23, 1980
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