Featuring Emeli Sande and Joe Lycett. Ed Balls plays Celebrity Send to All.
Marvin and Rochelle Humes co-host as the entertainment extravaganza returns.
Tess Daly and Ade Adepitan kick off a night of entertainment and fundraising.
Seven brave celebrities attempt to answer a series of general knowledge questions.
With Moira Anderson, Jack Douglas, Robert White, Audrey Jeans, Jenny Till and Omar Pasha.
A night of music to celebrate the decade that saw the first Children in Need major appeal.
Featured artists include Les Dawson, Peter Hudson, Joan Merrigan and Paul Rhodes.
Featuring Roy Hudd, Jenny Till, Pat Mooney, Peter Gale, Terri Rogers and Barbara Windsor.
Bill Paterson narrates coverage of the 2017 Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo.
With John Inman, Rita Morris, The Balladiers, John Wade, Julie Royce and Raymond Bowers.
With Roy Castle, David Kernan, June Marlow, Deryk Parkin and Alan Randall.
With Norman Vaughan, Maryetta Midgley, Keith Harris, Pat Mooney and Benny Garcia.
Graham Norton introduces live coverage of the 62nd Eurovision Song Contest.
With guests Frankie Vaughan, Lennie Bennett, Jerry Stevens, Barbara Law and Ray C Davies.
Only ten of the 18 acts will make it through to the Grand Final in Ukraine on Saturday.
In Ukraine, 18 acts will be battling it out and UK viewers have the opportunity to vote.
With Roy Castle, Dolores Gray, Robert White, Eira Heath and Russ Stevens.
With Ken Dodd, Kenneth McKellar, Jan Hunt, Francis Van Dyke, Pat Mooney and Bartschelly.
With Roy Castle, Barbara Windsor, Robert Tear, Benjamin Luxon, and Ted Durante & Hilda.
All the funniest moments from Red Nose Day 2017.
Russell Brand welcomes seven of the the hottest stand-up acts in the UK.
Jonathan Ross and Noel Fielding look back at some special Red Nose Day musical memories.
Graham Norton supersizes his popular chat show with more star guests than ever before.
Carpool Karaoke, Mrs Brown and the Love Actually sequel Red Nose Day Actually.
Greg hosts a special show from the roof of the O2, whilst relaxing in a hot tub.
Six celebrities travel through east Africa with Comic Relief to deliver crucial supplies.
Leonard Sachs presents the old-time entertainment show, first broadcast on 28 Feb 1978.
With Ron Moody, Hinge & Bracket, Duggie Brown, Rita Morris, Alan Randall and Peter Gale.
With Alfred Marks, Moira Anderson, Arthur Askey, Sheila Steafel and Barry Cryer.
With Mike Reid, Wilma Reading, Sheila Mathews, Michael Darbyshire and Frankie Ferrer.
With Les Dawson, Lorna Luft, Stephanie Voss, Bryan Burdon and Bill Drysdale.
With John Inman, Lyn Kennington, Ray C Davis, Tudor Davies, Keith Harris and Norma Lunbar.
With Ken Dodd, Jan Hunt and members of the Players' Theatre, London.
With Larry Grayson, Vince Hill, Billy Dainty and members of the Players' Theatre, London.
Six acts battle for the honour of representing the UK at Eurovision.
With Ron Moody, Teresa Brooke, Melanie Munro, Arthur Askey, Josef Locke and Aimi MacDonald