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Greg hosts a special show from the roof of the O2, whilst relaxing in a hot tub. Including Smack the Pony, Philomena Cunk's Moment of Wonder and Making Love Actually.


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Hello, I'm Greg Davies, and you're watching Red Nose Day 2017.

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I had been led to believe that I was going to be flown out to do a film

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in Africa. But no, I'm in a hot tub on the top of the O2. It is horrific

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up here. There is nothing for me to respond to. I can't tell you how

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unhappy I am. You're in a hot tub, cheer up! You shot your mouth!

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Russell Brand has a problem with a heckler. As we take a peek behind

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the scenes of Love Actually. All this and more still to come. Are you

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hot in that suit? I am! I was told I was going to Africa! Maybe you could

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just ask us what you prepared? All right, let's do what I prepared. So,

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tell me, how far do you have to walk every day to get water? We have got

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a tap on the ensuite. Exactly. Even though you've got no money, I

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understand you have a soccer kick around every Sunday in your village?

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I mean, this is madness! Singer down, sweetheart, we are just trying

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to help. We just came on here to tell you that Smack The Pony are

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having a reunion later in the Shell. Well, you've done that now, haven't

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you? Do you know you're a very rude man?! OK, let's go. That's OK, is

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it? What we just saw? That counts for fund-raising these days, does

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it? Here's a very special episode of Planet Earth, especially for Red

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Nose Day, brought to you by the voice of the planet, Rob Brydon. At

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last, something of real quality! For the very first time, the animal

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kingdom is putting its weight This three-toed pygmy sloth

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is midway through a sponsored triathlon, and setting

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an impressive pace. Waiting to help him

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through the third stage The sloth won't reach him

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until sometime next year, He was more of a Sport

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Relief booking anyway. of Animal Let's Sing

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And Dance For Comic Relief. Like Human Let's Sing and Dance

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for Comic Relief, you'll notice these bears aren't

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very good at dancing. That's because, to the animal world,

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they're celebrity bears. Here's Teddy Flintoff, who tonight

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is up against Mary Beary. everyone in the animal

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kingdom is involved. These locusts are being sponsored

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to eat an entire lawn. They promised the council

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there would only be ten of them, but Ian made it a public event

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on Facebook, and now there's loads. This magnificent act of mass

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kindness has raised over and left this neighbourhood

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completely barren. The remote jungles of southeast Asia

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are the only part of the world Instead, the wildlife

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here have been raising money for a different cause,

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Yellow Chin Day. 2,000 miles away, these

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lions are raising money It's actually a lion

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in a novelty giraffe costume. Like all novelty costumes used

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in the wild, there are no eyeholes as without opposable

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thumbs, it's impossible That's the third spectator

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he's hit this month. are taking part in a sponsored

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re-enactment of The Bourne Identity, These flamingos are going

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to extraordinary lengths, but have sadly forgotten to get

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the correct sponsorship forms, so it's all been a tragic

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waste of time. have come together to create one

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of the most majestic scenes in the entire natural world, giving

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out the Red Nose Day text number. I've just realised this

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is the number for Yellow Chin Day, Lenny Henry will tell

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you where to send your money. Which reminds me, he

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still owes me a fiver. Lorna visits Godfrey

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and supports him as Can I ask you a little

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bit about your mummy? He's definitely grieving,

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he's definitely still grieving for his mum but he's ten,

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he doesn't know how to handle grief. You know, the only support they have

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is through Lorna coming round. I just want to keep

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hugging that woman, I then discovered that

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after losing both parents, Godfrey's

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house had burned down. If it wasn't for you helping

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people like Lorna, I don't know what would happen to such

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a sweet, smart little boy like that. And there's so many boys like that,

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he's not by himself. There's so many families

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who are like this that we've just got to try

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and help. Give whatever you can give,

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we would be so grateful and it will help people like Lorna to help

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little boys like Godfrey. Welcome back to my

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Hot Tub Half Hour. Thank you for all your donations

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so far, and if you haven't yet To give ?10, just take out your

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phone and text YES to 70210. The numbers you need

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are literally everywhere. On the screen, on the side

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of the tub, they've even had it printed on the backside

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of this duck. Yes, someone made the effort

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to print a phone number on a duck - so maybe you could make the effort

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to text a donation. And while you do just that,

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here's the long-awaited reunion of Sally, Fiona and Doon,

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AKA Smack The Pony. In English, we always use the

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article. Your husband is still having

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an affair so you'd say "my husband Ore is it ongoing? I don't know. You

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could use the present continuous, you could say, my husband is having

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an affair. My husband is having affair with dentist. With a dentist,

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that's the article thing again. They making bad on huge, spinny, white

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chair... There's so much wrong with that, I don't know where start.

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Let's begin with a verb, if you were English, you would probably use the

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past symbol. Is your husband still making out with the dentist on the

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dental chair? No. So... Probably yes. In that case, your verb

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choice,, yes. , is absolutely bang on! Eureka! Your English is really

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improving! That's some consolation, isn't it? Do you want another

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tissue? I think I've got a cheesecake in here... No. I am

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cheese phobic. Dairy intolerant? No, I'm just afraid of it.

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Oh! Makes you look... Really fat! Really old.

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Who are they, are they relevant? This is a shambles! Welcome back to

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the Hot Tub Half Hour on top of the O2 - for no reason! Please welcome

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my next guest. It's Tom Daley, the diver. Are you not hot in that suit?

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Yes, I'm hot in the suit. Why don't you take it off? So

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that we can compare our bodies? That's a good idea, isn't it, Tom?!

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Give me a pensioner what are you doing? I'm going to write some

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questions for you Tom, bit of light-hearted banter. Well, what

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should I do? Wait. Right... OK... When we go into swimming pools, why

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do we have to have a shower first? Hygiene, bacteria, that kind of

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stuff? Is it true that they put blue dye in swimming pools to stop people

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weeing in it? No. It's a myth. You probably shouldn't wee in the pool

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anywhere. Onto the serious raising money for Africa. Of people pledge,

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I presume you're happy to do a charity dive into this coverage into

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the hot tub?! Yes, into the hot tub. I can't dive into two foot of water.

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You don't care about charity? Of course I do, but two foot of water,

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I can't do that! Well, why have we done this?! Anyone?! No. What was

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that? All right, somebody has texted in to say that if I take my top off,

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they will give some money to charity. It's not happening, all

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right? The dive was for a good cause, Tom. Moving on, here is a

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powerful film about the growing epidemic of heckling. I am not

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taking my top off! OK, so, Jim, would you

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like to speak today? My name's Jim and this is actually

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the first time I've even dared to... Take the tea cosy off

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your head, you twit. Your village called,

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their idiot's missing. Gordon, we've spoken

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about this, haven't we? It's not fair, setting

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off the rest... I think it all started for me

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when I was at school, because you get the big kids

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who bully you and start But then you'd also get the kids

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who try and defuse the fights And I just think I was always

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about ten feet away from them, Well, Gordon is one of the worst

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cases I've ever experienced. I'm not actually sure that we can

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break through with Gordon. Sorry, mate, is this

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lady boring you? First out of the traps,

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cover of Time Out. Keep that in the downstairs lav

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for when I have a time-out. That's me on the cover of NME,

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one "heck" of a guy, pre-beard. A couple of spreads

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from various magazines. Billy Connolly,

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called him a Big Yin. It was clear that Gordon

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was a very special case. I come across him

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early in my work life. ..Contingent in the room that will

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just applaud me for being able... They're just impressed

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that I can stand up. This guy said three words that

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really stuck with me. Thing is, he was right,

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because in real actual life, But what I've done is, since then,

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Gordon, before I go on stage, I make a point of always having

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a good look through a word book. Everyone knows that

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shouldn't be in here. I started to realise some of my

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material was getting a bit stale, because this new generation

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were coming up who'd found a way to heckle in text form

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underneath YouTube videos, and that was a real

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wake-up call for me. That was the point when I first

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started working with writers. Yeah, I do like "I've seen better

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material in your mum's knickers". But I'm thinking, should it

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be "Your dad's", so we're feminising the father

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as well as insulting the act? OK, I think we'll work up some

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options with different family members and see

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what feels most natural. If we briefly go back to "You're

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shit and you know you are", I'll never forget that

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day, that feeling. Me out there, trying

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to entertain people, I used to go to the doctor a lot

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when I was a kid, actually. He sort of looked like the only

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thing he'd ever cured was pork. Oh, come on, mate, I've seen better

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material in your dad's knickers! And then I realised, in some vague,

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slight, metaphorical way, it's a little bit like what I've

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been doing my entire life, and Gordon has the longest journey to go

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on, but I said to him on day one, as soon as you've acknowledged that

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you've got a problem, you're sort But he's made strides since then

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and we've got a new facilitator who Gordon seems to be responding

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to quite well. "Is that your best gag",

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said your mum in the bondage shop? During the ten minutes

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that your photo was up on Tinder, you got left-swiped so many times

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that you have whiplash Do you ever look in the mirror

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and try and left-swipe yourself? You look like your principal

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features were pinned on by a blindfolded five-year-old

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at a birthday party. You have a face like a novelty jug

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that was made in a secure You've made an effort

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with your hair. It's like putting 26 inch rims

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on a locking wheelie bin. Joseph Merrick, the Elephant Man,

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keeps a photograph of Well, you guessed it,

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that wasn't a real charity at all, it was an amusing

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sketch about hecklers. Here's a little film about a charity

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we really do support. We are getting so much better at

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talking about issues about emotional well-being, and thank goodness

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because one in four of us will experience a mental health issue.

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Cass found herself in a position where she needed help and did not

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know what to do. I felt so depressed and numb to everything. I couldn't

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do anything. I started self-harming when I was 11 or 12. Difficulties at

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school, being bullied. I was 13. You had feelings that you didn't want to

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go on with life that young? I was like, I need help now and if I don't

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do it now, I don't know what is going to happen. Whish is one of the

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only face-to-face providers of self-harm support in the UK. We have

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seen time and again that Pearson port makes the difference for young

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people going through self-harm. I don't think it is a stretch to say

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this is a life-saving, life improving service for so many

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people. Self-harm is often a response to something else that is

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going on, like a release. It went downhill when my mum and dad split

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up. I had friendship issues, did not have anyone to talk to. I was 12 or

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13 when I started self-harming, which became progressively worse

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throughout the years. The more you do it, the more you become

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resistant, so you have to do it more to get the feeling you had when you

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started. If I did not reach out for help, I would be... I have begun to

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help run the group now, so I have come back weekly. I have done two

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sessions so far to help run it. That is so amazing. I will be there every

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week. For how much it helped me, I hope it could help someone else like

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that. You think without the Centre things would be different? Yes.

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Really? I don't know if I would even still be here. No young people

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should have to go through such depression on their own that they

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get to this stage with self-harming, so the centre is doing the most

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wonderful, important help in saving young people's lives. I have goose

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bumps talking about it. If you feel passionate, like me, please donate

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to might. Thank you so much. I want to tell you about the Queen

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's young leaders, set up by the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee

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trust and its partners. The programme mentors inspirational

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young people doing amazing things in communities around the Commonwealth

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and right here in South Africa, where I grew up. It supports

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communities across the townships, educating them about their human

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rights. Chantelle encourages young athletes to keep up education

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alongside a sports career. This woman heads up an initiative called

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Africa matters and focuses on empowering women at university. The

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Queen 's young leaders programme supports projects striving vital

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change. In Jamaica, the sandals foundation is giving young people

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who fall out of school a second chance by training them to set up

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agricultural businesses. In the UK, it supports young people who others

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have given up on. Across the Commonwealth, these brilliant,

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dedicated people are transforming lives. Thank you to all of the Queen

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's young leaders for everything you do. You are making the world a

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better place. Happy? Berry. I'm now delighted to announce

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that the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust is giving ?2.2 million

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to Comic Relief this Red Nose Day. That is good. Can I go now? Yes, you

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can go. MUSIC: God Only Knows

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by The Beach Boys. Over the years, we've been really

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taken aback and surprised by how We thought it was going to be

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a flop to start with. Strangely, there is a kind

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of atmospheric link between Red Nose Day

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and its optimism and Love There's a certain amount of

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pressure, just because Love Actually is a hugely loved film,

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and we're about to shoot with Liam The first day was always going to be

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the most emotional one. Liam and Thomas, I don't think, had

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seen each other since the premiere. So it's been kind of lovely,

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putting people together again. Thomas and Olivia were little

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children, and now they're He sent me the script,

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and I had a big tear in my eye. 'Pretty well doing exactly the same

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thing that he did before, except that we had this idea that

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there'd be the longest queue in the history of supermarkets

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waiting as he took five minutes Rowan is a sort of brilliantly

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ageless comedian, and he did his normal range'

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of perfect physical comedy. It's day three, and we

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are in a radio station, which is actually Radio 1,

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but this is Radio We're with Bill Nighy

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and Marcus Brigstocke. Seriously, Red Nose Day, a wonderful

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charity supporting children... I said to Richard that

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I'd be happy to do it, and then he explained

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that it was all for charity, so that was fairly

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disappointing, but here we are. I had to watch the interview

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on Radio Watford last night. I'm not famous for watching myself

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and I'm not very keen on it, As he put on this ridiculous

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accumulation of jackets and extraordinary iridescent blue

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shoes, the character I don't think Bill Nighy's very

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close to Billy Mack, because Bill Nighy is a noble

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gentleman and Billy Mack is a reckless rogue

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who you shouldn't trust The press conference was a big day,

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you know, 80 people. Times for many people have

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got harder, and people This nightmare with Richard

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happens every bloody year. Ever since four Weddings

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And A Funeral, he's asked me to do something, and some years I can

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fob him off with money and say "I'm Hugh did not enjoy doing

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the dancing originally. He was saying "This

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is like the ultimate nightmare". We've asked him to do the one scene

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that he found most difficult I liked it best when

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you worked for me. He's quite restrained and hands off,

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and she couldn't be We felt like an old married couple,

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which is what we are. One of the strange things

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about Love Actually is how so many of the cast have gone

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on to do so well. I think we were Chiwetel's third

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film, and since then he's been Keira, I remember she said

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she was going on to do some pirate thing which would probably be

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a disaster, and that turned out And Andrew's killed a lot

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of zombies since then, so it was charming to have them

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all back again. They're raising money

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for Red Nose Day. Give them a quid and tell

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them to bugger off. On the original board,

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if you look at it carefully, there's Kate Moss with very long

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hair and he said "I hope I'll be married to one

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of these girls eventually". I told my wife, and even my wife

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is thrilled that I'm Do you want the leopard

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and I'll put that on? I hope that we've trod

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a cunning balance between it being very Red Nose Day,

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reminding people absolutely that the only reason all these

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people have done it is in order to raise money, but to some extent

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satisfy their curiosity and enthusiasm of people who've

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so sweetly enjoyed The film you're about to see has no

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words, the images say it all. # When you're sure you've had enough

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of this life You can help move

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children like Kumba from places like this,

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to give them a better life and hope. Welcome back to the

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Hot Tub Half Hour. Now charity is a very

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serious, complex matter, and who better to explain it

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than Philomena Cunk with one In case you are wondering

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and worrying, Philomena is famous for being the worst journalist

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in the United Kingdom. into the haves, the have-nots

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and the don't knows. The haves, like the Prince

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of Charles and Sting, are wealthy. and whatever the opposite

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of Sting is, need our help. And we can help, with the help

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of an invention known as charity. In one of the less boring bits

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in the Bible, Jesus tells the story of the Good Samaritan,

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who selflessly helped a stranger in need when others had walked

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on by, probably while pretending or whatever the equivalent

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of phones was in Bible times. the most popular face of modern

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compassion is charity pin-up who devoted her life

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to helping those in need. Mother Teresa said give,

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but give until it hurts, which is possibly the sexiest thing

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a nun's ever said, But even Mother T's achievements

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pale into insignification compared to those of someone even more

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saintly, Bobert Geldof. It was 1985 when St Bobert Geldof

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changed the giving game for ever by organising the biggest charity

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concert of all time, Livaid. One of the reasons Livaid

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was successful was that

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Livaid was easy to say. Before then, almost all charities

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had hard-to-pronounce names. They were called things like Runib,

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Ruspuca, Ruspuba and Nuspucca. They were called things like Runib,

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Ruspuca, Ruspuba and Nuspuccuca. Luckily, it wasn't long

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until a charity came along with a name that was

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very easy to say. And it was a huge success

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from the very beginning. 1988 saw the first ever

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Red Nose Day, an event in which celebrities appeared on TV

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with huge smiles and red noses, just like they did in

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Groucho Club toilets. But while the celebrities give

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up their time and ask nothing in return in a way that people

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who actually need to be paid could never do, what's

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the point of charity? To find out, I sat down

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with Comic Reliff co-founder First of all, do I call you Richard

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or do you prefer Dick? If we give starving people a load

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of money, how do we know

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they're not just going If you're dealing with something

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like famine, you're always dealing through an intermediary who will be

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making sure the right food about people that might have

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like, peanut allergies? Because some people haven't tried

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nuts before, have they? whether or not peanut allergies

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are a sort of first world problem. I don't know, what an

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interesting thought. Which is better, chugging

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or writing rom-coms? I think the outcome,

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the result of chugging, is better, because it actually helps people

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whose lives are hard, whereas I don't know

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if rom-coms do that. I think they make people realise

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that there's lots of posh people... Have you thought about just

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selling celebrities, I'm sure someone would pay a fortune

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for John Bishop's kidneys. No, we haven't thought of that,

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and I think that the comedians do quite a lot for us sometimes

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that they don't want to do, and I suspect the sale of bodily

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parts would be slightly more than they or their

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representatives would... It'd be a talking point,

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though, wouldn't it? It would be a morbid talking point

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if John was no longer alive. No, I'm just saying "I killed

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John Bishop" What's the most disgusting thing

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you've heard someone do Because my mate Paul,

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he did this party trick ..intimate skin, and it tore

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it and it went septic. Actually, I think that might mean

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he qualifies That is the first and most

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disgusting thing I've ever heard It's awful to think what people

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might be doing with them right now. Comic Reliff reminds us

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that we can't leave charity It's up to all of us

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to be knobs together. People like you and me,

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putting our hands in our pockets And if not, maybe donating

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the actual pocket, I'll be asking,

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how much are new trousers? Welcome back to Red Nose Day, where

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I am on top of the O2 in a hot tub, for no understandable reason. The

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next logical test to have here is of course... Ricky Wilson macro from

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the Kaiser Chiefs. Ever lived in Africa for any part of the

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developing world? No. Always had enough food and access to clean

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drinking water? Alan you seem pretty stressed? I just wanted to

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contribute, Ricky. But I am in a hot tub with a bizarre collection of

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guests on top of the O2, and, I don't know, I just wanted to do

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something big! I did not want to be on top of the O2 in a hot tub,

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Ricky. It's not too late, you've got me here, I am Ricky Wilson macro

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from the Kaiser Chiefs. Let's do a heartfelt charity single!

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# Man in the mirror # If you want to make the world a

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better place # Change! Ricky, you make it all

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worthwhile! May be it DOES make sense being on top of the O2 in a

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hot tub! But it from the hot tub. I think I've died and gone to

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heaven. Saluti. Chin-chin.

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It is going to be wet and wild (and probably windy) as Greg Davies bravely hosts a very special half hour of top comedy from the roof of the O2, whilst relaxing in a hot tub.

Greg is joined in his tub by some very special guests, including the ladies from iconic sketch group Smack the Pony, who are reuniting after 13 years to perform together again.

There is also comedy from Philomena Cunk in a Moment of Wonder, grilling Richard Curtis about Comic Relief, and an exclusive sketch from the hottest new comedy stars in This Country.

Frankie Boyle and Rebecca Front star in an exclusive sketch following a group who are addicted to heckling at comedy clubs, and if that wasn't enough, we go behind the scenes to reveal how the sequel to Love Actually was made in Making Love Actually.