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Episode 4

Another chance to see the best moments from Sport Relief. Includes Michael Crawford donning his beret to return as Frank Spencer in a special edition of Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em.


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I will run 27 marathons in 27 days. Goodbye, Doris.

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Oh, what a gay day! Eight bananas. Eight bananas! I don't know how the

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likes are still going, but they are. Right, you are a joke, get out. What

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I like?! -- what am I like?! Excuse me! Watch out! Low blow can you

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believe that? This one is made out to S relief, it could ease Simon

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relief, that is an example of a game. Can you run a football team in

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Sheffield, what is your availability? I can't manage

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Wednesday! I am Ore Oduba, welcome to the Queen

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Elizabeth Olympic Park London Aquatics Centre, whereas you could

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see there is a clean-up operation taking place after Friday night's

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epic Sport Relief extravaganza. We will now relive some of the best

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bits from an extraordinary night. We have Luther, Little Britain, the

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clash of some very mighty titans, Jack Whitehall had a proposition for

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Gareth Bale and there was the return of the hilarious yet accident prone

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Frank Spencer. Friday produced an incredible response, thank you so

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much to everyone who donated and raised so much. It is hugely comic

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usually appreciated. And there is still time to donate. -- it is

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hugely, hugely appreciated. So, on with the show. This is Sport

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Relief 2016, let the best bits commence.

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TOM BAKER: Football is one of Britain's most popular pastimes.

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In his office, sports agent Mickey Perm is trying

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to strike a deal for one of his footballers.

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I don't play football myself, because sadly, I don't have a foot.

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I've got one for you. Kevin Keegan.

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Ah, Crouchy, my favourite new client.

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I'd get you back in the England team, didn't I?

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Well, your numero uno agent has only gone and done it.

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Really? Yep.

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I can't wait to be back with the boys.

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Hold on. It's not exactly with the boys.

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It's with the ladies. The ladies?

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I've got you a place with the Lionesses.

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I've got someone who can help you with that.

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My name is Emily Howard, and I am a lady.

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She is going to teach you how to behave like a lady.

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I must say, I was rather surprised when I heard

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In my mind, ladies should play ladies' games, like cribbage

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Crouchy, do you want to play for England again or not?

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TOM JONES: # Well, she's all you'd ever want

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# She's the kind I'd like to flaunt And take to dinner

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# Well, she always knows her place She's got style, she's got grace

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# Whoa-oh-oh She's a lady

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# But she's never in the way Always something nice to say

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# I can leave her on her own Knowing she's OK alone

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# Whoa-oh-oh She's a lady

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# She knows what I'm about She can take what I dish out

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# But she knows me through and through

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# And she knows just what to do and how to please me... #

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Are you sure that they'll believe that I'm a lady?

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What do you think you're playing at?

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I think you might have rather given the game away.

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You can give me the outfit back later.

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My name is Edson Arantes do Nascimento, or as I am

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known around the world, Pele.

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With the Fifa election coming up, I am here to make an announcement.

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I will not be running for the position of Fifa president.

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Because there is a better man for the job.

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A man who understands football like no-one else.

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A man who lives and breathes the beautiful game.

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Ladies and gentlemen, I give you my choice to be the next

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Or as he's known around the world, Smithy.

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Since 1888, association football has held its head up high

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But now, in 2016, it seems to have lost its way.

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The good name of football has been dragged through the mud.

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The game I love, tarnished with allegations, and it

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And what makes it worse - even the players are letting

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Players taking dives, looking for cheap penalties.

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But worst of all, players insisting on ripping their tops

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I'm determined to change all of that.

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So today, I, Smithy, announce my campaign to become

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As I was saying, I want to bring football back to its former glory,

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and I want to share with you my plan for how we get it all back on track.

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Firstly, a lot's been said about grassroots football,

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Grass is rubbish, innit, Geoff?

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Everyone knows Astroturf is the superior surface.

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I'm talking 3G, rubber crumb, sand field.

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No more cancelled games because of waterlogged pitches,

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guaranteed crazy, uncontrollable bounces -

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who's not going to want to watch that, right,

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Now, I would like to go on record and say that the rumours

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of my being a stakeholder in Chinese Alan's Astroturf company

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The Lawn Of The Dead are completely unfounded.

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My shares have been sold to Vanessa Shanessa Jenkins,

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a woman whom I am not in a relationship with.

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The next motion I propose is a ban on teams bringing out

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Right now, Man Utd have more costume changes than Beyonce,

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Under my regime, all teams must stick with the same strip

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Couldn't have said it better myself, boss.

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Another part of my plan is to bring back teams recording FA Cup songs.

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I'm talking Crystal Palace giving it Glad All Over,

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the Anfield Rap, Man Utd's Move, Move, Move.

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Yes, a terrible song, a disgrace to music,

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but it connected us as fans with the players.

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Under my regime, every football league club must record a song

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and a video full of banter every single season.

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You know me, Smithy, I'm the king of banter.

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All I want to do is bring football back to where it belongs.

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In the hearts and minds of true fans.

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And it's these fans who are being priced out of the game.

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I heard a story the other day where a ticket to watch

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No-one should pay a penny to watch Tottenham, but that's how

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This is football we're talking about.

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But we, the fans, are the only constant.

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Owners will change, managers will change,

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We are ones who remain through thick and thin.

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As Fifa president, I will make sure we are listened to.

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But don't just take my word for it - listen to my friend,

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my confidante, my campaign manager, Mr Jose Mourinho.

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Three of the most inspirational leaders of our time.

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But I don't think any of them could save football like Neil Smith.

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Please vote Smithy for president, and make him

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Look, I want to go back to a simpler time.

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Bobby Moore swapping shirts with Pele.

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Gazza and Vinnie messing about on the pitch.

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Becks pinging in that free kick against Greece.

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Sir Geoff Hurst winning us the World Cup in '66.

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These are the times that I can take us back to.

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It's a bustling community, home to thousands of people.

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But when the Ebola epidemic hit, this once-vibrant

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With people living so close to one another, in already overcrowded

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homes, the deadly virus spread quickly.

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People were scared, suspicious and afraid of treatment centres.

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As ever, in all of this, the ones who suffer most are children.

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I see why something like Ebola would hit a place like this.

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12-year-old Mohammed and his little brother Mousa

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As the only two surviving members of their entire family,

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they saw relative after relative being taken off to a treatment

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Why did you not want to go to the treatment centre?

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With so many family members having died from the virus,

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others in the community were suspicious that the boys may

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Having contracted and yet survived Ebola, the boys are back at home

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and are being supported by their mum's best friend.

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She does what she can, but there's no money.

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After everything they've been through, now they've even

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Mohammed and Mousa still live in the same building

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They just want to go to school and learn and better themselves

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They can't do it. They haven't got that option.

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There's no option there. No school.

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They're talking about being lawyers and stuff, you know.

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They've got brains to use and they want to nourish that brain

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and they want to do something with themselves, and they can't.

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Every child on this planet deserves or should go to school.

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It's about giving them an opportunity to just live,

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to just live, live a life and have enjoyable, magical moments,

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You can make a huge difference to someone's life, and there is still

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time to donate. Tonight we have two teams and one of

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them is going to be crowned Clash of the Titans champions 2016. What is

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the secret? You just have to pedal fast, don't you?

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COMMENTATOR: We have a fault, Hugh Dennis is down. It's the sprint for

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the line. -- we have a fault. Freddie Flintoff is a two-time

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winner. Next up, synchronised swimming. For

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Team Redgrave, Will Young! I am the Merman of the synchronised swimming

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world. Judge number three, eight points, a clean sweep!

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Ladies and gentlemen, Russell Kane! I'm going to control the water. I

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wouldn't be surprised if I grew fins and webbing during the performance.

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It's ten! This is an interesting one, it

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requires athleticism, sporting prowess. Great travelling skills,

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and look at the control with the ball. A real expressive performance

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here. Loads of expression. And a bit of skill as well. Great work with

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the hoop. How ambitious is that? Look at the tears me that was an

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emotional performance. Very emotional, and I thought it

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transmitted to the judges. I will be honest, I put my heart and soul,

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everything, into that. It is ten! We are about to see two prime cuts

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of human man go head-to-head. The big man from Bolton in blue. The

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masterful man from McFly there, Strictly Come Dancing footwork. He's

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got the point! The small man wins against a bigger man. I have a bad

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knee, tendinitis in both elbows and the lung capacity of a 57-year-old,

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I did all right! Team Flintoff have a one-point lead going into the

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final event. This is so short, you don't hold back, it is all about

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speed. Team Flintoff leading. Five metres to go, Freddie Flintoff is

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going to win the 2016 games! A fantastic race, so close in the end.

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Sport Relief 2016 Clash of the Titans champions, Team Flintoff!

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MUSIC: Paradise Circus by Massive Attack

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Well, look, I'll... Hold on. No, hold on, I've got a call.

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Yeah, I know, I know, Cousin Adam's running in a 100m, yeah.

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No, no, no, I'll be there in like a minute!

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I promise, yeah. Like in a minute, all right?

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I've got to go somewhere. I'll be there in a minute.

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What do you mean, how long's a minute?

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I am a detective. I'm trained to see that sort of stuff.

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Feet cut off, possibly to prevent identification.

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Every time I come home you do this. What's going on, John, bruv?

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Well, technically, you're right, it has been murdered.

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Not only that, its feathers have been pulled,

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trussed up with an elastic band. Looks like

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some kind of fetish killing. Exactly what I was thinking.

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Where did you find it, fam? It was at a supermarket, all right?

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Mate, it was in the free-range section. I just took it home.

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you never remove the body from the scene of the crime

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What are you doing? Everybody knows that!

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Yeah. He, er...looks like between a bantamweight and a featherweight.

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You know, good muscle tone, good core stability -

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must have been doing his plank work, and knocked out in the 10th round.

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No, no, no, no, no! Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait!

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Why are you telling Mummy? Don't tell Mummy nothing.

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I've been backing you for the longest time, bruv.

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You can't keep bringing murdered tings into the house!

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Don't move it! He's moving it again! What's the matter with him?

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On your head, mate. Do you want to start on this, yeah?

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Look, you cut off the feet, it's got no feet.

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How's it going to pass the ball round the midfield?

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Would someone please COOK THE CHICKEN?!

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What you going mad for, bruv? What's wrong with you?

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Is this true? Did you bring the body of a homicide victim into my house?

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Mummy, there's a misunderstanding here.

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I was just thinking, put an onion up its bum and stick it in the oven!

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Out, she's out of here, that's it. Done.

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Sometimes it's hard to tell, you do that thing with your eyes.

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What thing? Like you just smelled a fart.

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Someone else killed it, I don't know who.

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People kill chickens for other people, it's a business.

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But that don't make it right, do it, John?

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Your prints are all over it. Of course my prints are all over it!

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Because I picked it up to see how big it was for all of us.

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Mummy, what is the problem? It's just a chicken!

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It might just be a chicken to you, bruv,

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but it's someone's fam, someone's cuz, someone's bruv.

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Look, I did not kill the chicken, it was dead when I bought it.

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100m is on in a minute. Cousin Adam's running!

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OK, OK, good. Oh, come on, Mum, he ain't never going to win.

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Usain is in the line-up. Lewis, stop showing off

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and put on some clothes! I ain't showing off!

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Hey, who needs a tie when you've got abs like mine, mate?

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driven by deep-seated feelings of jealousy

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who just want to destroy both you and your reputation?

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while still having time for the odd casual fling.

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Alice, you're not being fair, all right?

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WHISPERS: It's all right, it's all right.

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Look, I've got to go. My cousin's running the 100m against Usain Bolt.

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Look, John, bruv, we can work this out.

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I mean, we got off on the wrong foot, that's all, cuz!

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Yeah, I mean, murder, torture, evidence, guilt, justice -

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As long as you still love your mother, eh?

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COMMENTATOR: Only five British men have gone under ten seconds...

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Well, the latest news on the Olympic 100m heats

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is that Usain Bolt has mysteriously disappeared

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You're no champion if you don't beat me.

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All right. Let's get rid of the evidence.

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MUSIC: Paradise Circus by Massive Attack

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When I met Mike, I knew it was something very special. I was 17,

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very shy. We used to spend a lot of time walking. We always held hands.

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If he was sitting anywhere his hand would go around my shoulder. I was

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in love with him and expected him to be with me forever.

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My did work hard. I spent quite a bit of time on my own with the

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children. He used to work up in town and he'd come down, I'd have his

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dinner ready and then he'd go down to a local pub where he had a

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part-time job. So, very hard for Mike and I to have any time

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together, really. We had big plans when we were both

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retired. It was our time. And we still had a lot of living to do.

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I got the phone call to say you must come to the hospital. It was eight

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o'clock in the morning, rush hour. By the time I got there, it was too

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later. -- too late. Where did you go when your soul mate, partner, love

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is gone? There is nowhere. Nowhere to go.

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I wanted to finish it all, really, join Mike. I used to go shopping and

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walk over a bridge. And look. But then I'd think of the car driver

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that would hit me, and what I would have put them through. So that made

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me walk back. That was the lowest, lowest point. I knew I needed to

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talk to somebody. Just when she needed it most, Margaret Byrne and

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The Bereavement Centre, a project supported by Sport Relief. --

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Margaret found. It is a place she can go when she feels there is no

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one else. I still get the pain of losing Mike, but it has brought

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together people who have gone through exactly the same. The

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Bereavement Centre have saved my life.

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It is all too easy to think that just because someone is older,

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though somehow be able to cope with the loss of a loved one more easily.

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But, of course, that is just not true. Why should age make any

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difference at all? In this country, around a million older people are

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chronically lonely, one in four feel they have nobody to go to for help

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or support. Tonight, you can help to change things, you can make a

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difference. In the end, the German

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bench get up and protest Gascoigne has had his second yellow

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card of the competition, and here is a moment that almost

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brings tears to his eyes. Question marks have been raised

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over his temperament David Seaman has been beaten.

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It's a goal! He's scored the free kick.

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Ronaldinho has made 2-1, Brazil. The referee has gone to his pocket.

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It's red! It was in the goal.

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It surely crossed the line? It's on by Cavani,

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there is no flag here. It's Luis Suarez!

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Luis Suarez has thumped it in. So there you go, Luis Suarez

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put the final nail in England's World Cup coffin in Brazil

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in 2014, but will they fare any I can't take it any more.

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Why can't we just win? In the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic

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Games, I came away with a silver medal, and I came

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home a national hero. Yeah, you're right, Kriss.

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It is the taking part that counts. Fancy a drink?

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Mine's a Tia Maria. Yo, barman, can we get

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some drinks please? SPEAKING WITH SOUTH AFRICAN ACCENT:

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Coming right up, bru. Well, I got sacked from my

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last job, and it ain't Ugh, it's the football.

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Why can't England win something? No, I mean something that people

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actually care about. You want the England

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footie team to be as successful as the England cricket

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team - you've got to use foreigners. We use players from

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literally anywhere. Geraint Jones, born

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in Papua New Guinea. Shut up!

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You're as English as fish and chips. As soon as I touched

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down on English soil, it disappeared, just

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like that, gone. Come to think of it,

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Simon Jones, from That's how we're going

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to win Euro 2016. IN SOUTH AFRICAN ACCENT: KP,

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you are a genius, bru. Sort Kriss Akabusi out

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with a massive Tia Maria. Economy, obviously,

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as this is Sport Relief. G-Bale, G-Bizzle,

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Baleo, the Old Baley. What do you want?

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I want England to win the Euros. To do that, I'm going to enlist

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the help of the best player So, can you introduce me

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to Cristiano Ronaldo? I'm joking.

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I want you to play for England. I'm sorry, but I've

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got to go training. What I'm trying to tell

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you is you can't waste all that talent playing for Wales

:37:36.:37:38.

like Ryan Giggs did. You're playing with part-timers,

:37:39.:37:40.

footballers who are working down Cobblers and milkmen.

:37:41.:37:45.

You are Gareth Bale. Think how many more

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goals you would score if you were being set up

:37:50.:37:51.

by Sterling and the Roon-dog. Those puppies aren't

:37:52.:37:54.

going to look so bad, are they? If you come and play

:37:55.:38:01.

for England, you are It's the trademark of a 12-year-old

:38:02.:38:03.

girl at a One Direction concert. You're also going to have

:38:04.:38:09.

to sort out that hair. Look, mate, all I'm talking

:38:10.:38:11.

about is a little switcheroo Why don't you get one

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of Scotland's players. JACK SCOFFS.

:38:21.:38:25.

Don't be ridiculous. You're worried about this

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being illegal in some way, a tabloid finding out you don't

:38:29.:38:32.

have any English blood. Fear not, G-spot,

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I've got it covered. Meet your long, long,

:38:36.:38:38.

long lost English nan, Not according to these

:38:39.:38:42.

forged documents. Yes, she's an actress,

:38:43.:38:52.

but nobody needs to know that other than you, me,

:38:53.:38:54.

and Nanna Doris here. How many times have I got

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to tell you, I will never, When you left Spurs,

:38:58.:39:17.

you became a hero of mine. But I'm done with you, mate.

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You're dead to me, Gareth Bale. Look, there's a very easy way

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to get me to play for your team. Support Wales.

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You can't do any worse than England. Support Wales?

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Gareth, I am a proud Englishman. I've never heard anything more

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preposterous in my life. Three lions on a shirt,

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mate, that's me! Gareth?

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I was only joking! VOICEOVER: Support Wales.

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Support Wales. MUSIC: Holding Out For

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A Hero by Bonnie Tyler. # Isn't there a white

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knight upon a fiery steed? # I'm holding out for a hero til

:40:28.:40:46.

the end of the night # And he's got to be

:40:47.:40:58.

fresh from the fight Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndr

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obwllllantysiliogogogoch. Please, Jack!

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No. Sport has the power

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to change the world. It has the power to unite people

:42:05.:42:28.

in a way that little else does. Sport can create hope where once

:42:29.:42:34.

there was only despair. For the last 14 years,

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Sport Relief and you, the British public, have been

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working together to change lives Half of your donations fund

:42:51.:42:53.

projects here in the UK. The other half go to the poorest

:42:54.:42:59.

countries in the world. In Kenya, we are supporting

:43:00.:43:04.

a project that uses football to teach leadership

:43:05.:43:07.

skills and teamwork. And it inspires children

:43:08.:43:10.

to get an education. For young people with disabilities

:43:11.:43:14.

in the UK, sport can unlock a whole It makes me feel confident

:43:15.:43:22.

and I make new friends. Your money supports street

:43:23.:43:35.

children across the world, giving them a safe place to sleep,

:43:36.:43:38.

and, through sport, the chance In Bangladesh, drowning in floods

:43:39.:43:41.

is a major cause of death in children, so Sport Relief

:43:42.:43:50.

taught children to swim Here at home, a lot of older people

:43:51.:43:53.

can face loneliness and depression. Sport Relief supported this project,

:43:54.:44:02.

where sport makes them feel part Across the world, your donations

:44:03.:44:04.

are inspiring people to get active I want to be the best

:44:05.:44:15.

boxer in the world. That's not a bad reason

:44:16.:44:20.

to support something, is it? This is your chance to be part

:44:21.:44:24.

of something amazing. So please, help us to do even

:44:25.:44:27.

more and be as generous You were supposed to be

:44:28.:44:30.

here half an hour ago. You're going to miss our

:44:31.:45:52.

daughter's big race. I have just got to pop

:45:53.:45:54.

in and get Jessica some Oh, be quick.

:45:55.:46:03.

Don't fluster me, Betty. You know how flustered I get

:46:04.:46:07.

lately, what with me Men don't go through

:46:08.:46:09.

the change, Frank. Well, how else would

:46:10.:46:14.

you explain my recent You clearly have not

:46:15.:46:16.

been driving very long, or you would have more

:46:17.:47:16.

consideration for a man What are you doing on the roof

:47:17.:47:18.

of a car, on a bicycle? Well, if they had a proper cycle

:47:19.:47:24.

lane, I would not be up here! Do you know how much

:47:25.:47:30.

this car is worth? Well, this one wasn't cheap.

:47:31.:47:41.

It is in better condition, too. Are you serious?

:47:42.:47:44.

Indeed I were. And might I suggest that

:47:45.:47:45.

you take your driving a bit I'm guessing you do

:47:46.:47:48.

not know what I do You may have a new car and fancy

:47:49.:47:52.

yourself as king of the road, As my mother always said,

:47:53.:47:58.

mirror, signal, manoeuvre. If you can't drive without a fuss,

:47:59.:48:03.

then give up your car, My daughter is in one

:48:04.:48:09.

of those races. That is where I am going now.

:48:10.:48:33.

No, you can't ride that in here. Well, it wasn't easy.

:48:34.:48:36.

You should get a ramp put in. But I'm sure he'll get

:48:37.:48:40.

here one way or another. Would it be possible

:48:41.:49:29.

to borrow your helmet? In the interests

:49:30.:49:54.

of health and safety, Do you live locally?

:49:55.:49:56.

Do you have a place of work? Have you just arrived

:49:57.:50:10.

in our country? Oh, good.

:50:11.:50:14.

Then you have not got far to go. I'm going through

:50:15.:50:19.

the change, though. It's been nice chatting,

:50:20.:50:41.

but I must dash. So, if you will just tell Ringo,

:50:42.:50:43.

I won't be able to get there. First, I, David Walliams,

:50:44.:51:01.

swam the channel. That is why it's a great

:51:02.:51:26.

honour for me to unveil this

:51:27.:51:32.

statue of myself. I don't know, I have

:51:33.:51:33.

had a bit of trouble, All the signs are upside down.

:51:34.:52:17.

I think I might be in France, Betty. Frank, the race

:52:18.:52:27.

starts in one minute. They should have told me

:52:28.:52:30.

which way round to go. The important thing

:52:31.:53:20.

is, you realised. But I'm sure he did his best

:53:21.:53:22.

to get here on time. We're nearing the end of this world

:53:23.:53:43.

record attempt from Sir Bradley And it is truly

:53:44.:53:50.

unbelievable from him. If he can keep this

:53:51.:53:57.

up, the record is on. Just three laps away

:53:58.:54:04.

from the record. Sir Bradley is going

:54:05.:54:07.

to break it yet again! Dad's here.

:54:08.:54:14.

What is he like? Somehow, despite the unscheduled

:54:15.:54:27.

interruption, Sir Brad I will give you a bloody

:54:28.:54:29.

hot flush - get off! COMMENTATOR: What is

:54:30.:55:08.

happening here?! That is an absolute disaster

:55:09.:55:31.

for Bradley Wiggins... Coach David Brailsford

:55:32.:55:42.

has got to be fuming. I have never seen anything

:55:43.:55:46.

like this before. Jessica, I'm so sorry

:55:47.:55:49.

I missed your race. It's just a shame you

:55:50.:55:59.

didn't hear everyone Although I always think,

:56:00.:56:03.

if you haven't got anything nice to say, you shouldn't

:56:04.:56:09.

say anything at all. Because I really need

:56:10.:56:13.

to get to the hospital. All things considered, I think it's

:56:14.:56:27.

been a really lovely day. Even when I done

:56:28.:56:53.

a whoopsie on the carpet? Did you?

:56:54.:57:06.

I don't remember that. Mind you, I'm going

:57:07.:57:12.

through the change. That is it. We cannot thank you

:57:13.:57:53.

enough for your incredible support and generosity that will provide a

:57:54.:57:58.

real lifeline to people in need around the UK and across the world.

:57:59.:58:04.

Sport Relief 2016, what can we say? You have been awesome. Thanks for

:58:05.:58:06.

watching, we will see you soon. # You Raise Me Up to more than I can

:58:07.:58:14.

be. The grand total now stands at a

:58:15.:58:49.

staggering...

:58:50.:59:00.

Another chance to see all the best moments from an incredible night of TV as the biggest stars and shows come together for one big celebration to raise money for Sport Relief.

Highlights include Michael Crawford donning his beret for the first time in nearly 40 years to return as the disaster-prone Frank Spencer in a special edition of Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em with Sir Bradley Wiggins.

David Walliams and Peter Crouch team up in very special Little Britain. Idris Elba stars alongside Lenny Henry and a host of sport stars in a one-off Luther. Jack Whitehall has an unforgettable encounter with football superstar Gareth Bale. Jo Brand, Eddie Izzard, and Greg James relive their astonishing fundraising challenges.

The event is presented from the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff and Sir Steve Redgrave captain two teams of celebrities in a unique sporting competition featuring events at the VeloPark, Aquatics Centre and Copper Box.

We also hear first-hand how the money raised for Sport Relief is spent helping disadvantaged people both here in the UK and in other parts of the world.