Friday, March 13, 2015

Emma Watson on BBC1 tonight? [March 13, 2015]

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I've copied and pasted the programme, and bolded the parts where I think Emma could be concerned, if she's the familiar face she's talking about. But it would be weird if she wasn't.


Lenny Henry and Davina McCall kick off the evening with a brand new Mr Bean sketch starring Rowan Atkinson alongside guest stars Ben Miller and Rebecca Front. Plus the culmination of Dermot O'Leary's 24 hours of non-stop dance and the announcement of the winner of The People's Strictly with Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly.

David Walliams joins Davina on hosting duties and introduces a special instalment of The Vicar of Dibley, which sees Geraldine finding herself in the frame to be the next female bishop and facing stiff competition from some very famous faces. Plus Mr Khan, music from Ella Henderson and highlights of Peter Kay's sell-out Phoenix Nights Live.

John Bishop joins Davina on hosting duties as Little Britain returns, featuring David Walliams' patronising carer Lou and his new friend Professor Stephen Hawking, and guest star Catherine Tate. Plus music from Sam Smith and a live sketch starring John, Davina, David and Eddie Izzard.

There's more laughter from the London Palladium as the fundraising spectacular continues, with stars including Claudia Winkleman and Sarah Millican. There is also sketch comedy from Stephen Fry, Miranda Hart, Sheridan Smith and a horde of other national treasures.

The comedy gets edgier as we head late into the night, with performances from Russell Brand, Doc Brown and Trevor Noah. And finally, a live sketch from Cardinal Burns takes viewers through to the night's conclusion as the fundraising total is revealed.

Radio 1's very own Comic Relief hero Greg James takes viewers later into the night with an hour-long celebrity-packed extravaganza which gives a behind-the-scenes look at how the legendary night of TV comes together, featuring exclusive interviews from the star-studded cast of thousands who've made this year's show such a success.

David Walliams shares his experience of filming with the legendary Professor Stephen Hawking for Little Britain, Stephen Fry gives us the lowdown on being a national treasure, Ben Miller reveals all about the return of Mr Bean, and there's much more Red Nose Day gossip to fuel the fundraising and even more laughter.

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