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October 27th, 2010 30 comments

Sneak Preview of The Christmas special

Sneak Preview of The Christmas special

From The BBC press office

BBC’s Children in Need spectacular live appeal show returns on Friday 19 November at 7pm on BBC One, with a variety of entertainment acts, all doing their bit to raise money for disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.

Hosted by Terry Wogan and Tess Daly the seven-hour show will come live from BBC Television Centre and will feature some of the UK’s top TV, musical and theatrical personalities and acts.

Highlights on the night include:

* Starring performances from the cast of Coronation Street and EastEnders
* A live performance from JLS of the official Children in Need single, Love You More
* The recently-reformed Take That will perform their new single, The Flood, and in a Children in Need exclusive, will perform one of their classic hits live for the first time since regrouping
* An extra special pop-star edition of Strictly Come Dancing
* Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button going head to head in a go-karting challenge
* A sneak preview of the Doctor Who Christmas special
* Additional live performances from Cheryl Cole, Alexandra Burke, Westlife, The Script, The Saturdays, Ellie Goulding and Maroon 5. More acts to be announced shortly
* Peter Andre performs a tribute to Michael Jackson
* The ladies from Loose Women give Girls Aloud a run for their money with their rendition of The Promise
* And, of course, a very, very special, live performance by the BBC Newsreaders

The programme will also feature broadcasts from around the UK, as BBC presenters join their local communities to catch up with some energetic and creative fundraising exploits

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