Foo Fighters have led a star-studded cast of musicians, including Dua Lipa, Chris Martin and Ellie Goulding, in a charity cover from their home studios, bedrooms and bathrooms.
BBC Children in Need
BBC Children In Need and Comic Relief are joining together for the first time in a special televised event raising money for those affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
The professional dancers of Strictly Come Dancing have devised a routine for the British public to learn ahead of the BBC’s Big Night In.
Catherine Tate will reprise her errant schoolgirl role – now struggling with home education – with David Tennant as her teacher for a BBC show.
Matt Baker, Zoe Ball, Sir Lenny Henry, Davina McCall and Paddy McGuinness will host BBC One’s The Big Night In.
BBC Children In Need and Comic Relief are to join together for the first time in a special televised event, raising money for those affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
The appeal show for BBC Children In Need 2019 has raised more than £35 million in just a few hours.
BBC Children In Need has so far raised £2,301,252 for charitable causes.
BBC Children In Need’s chief executive has told of his disappointment that the charity’s new album has been removed from the race to number one in the charts.
Olivia Colman has admitted that singing on an album of covers in aid of BBC Children In Need was “really scary” – and that she should “definitely” stick to acting.
Jim Broadbent has said he “leapt” at the chance to appear on BBC Children in Need’s covers album – despite his limited singing experience.
David Tennant has said singing on BBC Children In Need’s album of cover songs felt like “national service”.
Rylan Clark-Neal will sing karaoke for 24 hours to raise money for BBC Children In Need.
Oscar-winning stars Olivia Colman and Jim Broadbent have turned recording artists for BBC Children In Need.
The Weakest Link presenter Anne Robinson has said she would love to invite US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Theresa May on to the famous quiz show.
Katie Melua has recorded Fields Of Gold, one of Sir Terry Wogan’s favourite songs, as BBC Children in Need’s official single for 2017.
Benedict Cumberbatch and Kate Winslet are among the latest stars to show their support for BBC Children In Need.
Stars including Tess Daly, Alex Jones, Matt Baker and Ore Oduba are encouraging the people of the UK to do something “wild, wonderful and unique” to raise money for BBC Children in Need.