10:00pm Friday 16 November on BBC TWO
BBC Children in Need appeal night switches over to BBC Two during the BBC One 10 O’Clock News, as the entertainment extravaganza continues with Sir Terry Wogan and Fearne Cotton. The glittering TV spectacular promises even more music, including another live performance from One Direction, as well as from the sensational Irish band The Script, fronted by Danny O’Donoghue.
There’ll be more hilarity in store for viewers, as comedian Sarah Millican hosts a special episode of her very own show, Sarah Millican’s Television Programme, exclusively for Children in Need’s appeal night.
This final section of the evening will also feature a number of short films which will highlight some of the vital work that the charity is carrying out throughout the UK to change the lives of disadvantaged children. Appeal night host Fearne Cotton will introduce an appeal film on bullying. Pop sensation Robbie Williams will also present viewers with a moving story of a family supported by Children in Need through a very difficult time and EastEnders actress Nina Wadia (who plays Zainab) will also appear in a short film, in which she meets a little boy whose life has been transformed by Children in Need’s Friendship Project.