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Friday, 14 November 2008

Children In Need Night

It's Children In Need night tonight, so you know what that means, all you Whovians out there! So I'll firstly say that the first two minutes of this year's Christmas Special, The Next Doctor, shall be shown during the show, at apparently around 8-9pm. More likely nearer nine though. Nobody has seen this clip before (apart from the Doctor Who workers, obviously), so this is an exclusive. Last year, we had another Doctor Who-themed part of Children In Need. We had Time Crash, also an exclusive, when the fifth Doctor came back, 'crashing' into the tenth. But remember though, if you don't want to spoil Christmas day, turn your television off when they announce that it will come on (but you surely won't, will you?). To make a donation to Children In Need, visit here. The night happens every year, to have fun while raising money for charity. This year's motto is 'Do Something Different'. The show will go on from 7-10pm for the main part, and then 10:35pm-2am. It gets a little more boring in the second half though. Definitely after midnight. Here is a bit about the night, and have fun everyone!
Thousands of fund-raisers around the country have been doing their bit for the charity in recent weeks and tonight their efforts are celebrated with the traditional BBC extravaganza hosted by Terry Wogan, Tess Daly and Fearne Cotton. The evening is jampacked with pop star performances, while the cast of EastEnders turn into "West Enders" for the night and The Bill pop on suits and shades to become the Blues Brothers. As always the BBC newsreaders will be humiliating themselves for our entertainment, but can they better Richard Hammond and Philip Glenister with their spoof of Ashes to Ashes?
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1 comments:

Zobles said...

I watched CiN.