Who’s hosting Comic Relief

Thursday, January 29, 2009 by · 6 Comments 

David Tennant will be hosting the first hour of Comic Relief Night it’s been revealed today. Read more

Comic Relief Night

Friday, March 16, 2007 by · Comments Off 

Like smoking, photos of journalists speaking into a telephone, and speeded-up footage of trains running from London to Brighton, Lenny Henry is something you don’t see much on TV anymore. Read more

Here is a photograph of various people looking at something over our right shoulder

Thursday, February 1, 2007 by · Comments Off 

Further to Graham’s post about the Comic Relief launch yesterday, PopJustice has photographs.

Comic Relief does the press launch

Wednesday, January 31, 2007 by · Comments Off 

Some headlines (but not many, I’m tired) from this morning’s Comic Relief launch, held on a boat nestling beneath the London Eye.  Read more

“You just want a happy-clappy programme”

Thursday, November 2, 2006 by · Comments Off 

Heat magazine (yeah, yeah) reports this week that the centrepiece for next year’s Comic Relief will be, oh God, Fame Academy again. It’s quite remarkable given that, by the time it comes around, it’ll have been four years since the last proper series of the show, but seemingly such is the dearth of ideas for Comic Relief, it’s being allowed to live on purely in its celebrity version forever. Indeed I’m not sure how the BBC are happy with this flop continuing – what next, Celebrity Eldorado? Read more

Comic Relief Night

Friday, March 11, 2005 by · Comments Off 

“Those nice people at McCain have taken the humble potato and turned it into a fundraising phenomenon!” Read more

Comic Relief Night

Friday, March 14, 2003 by · Comments Off 

Of all those dates in the calendar that remind you of advancing age, one of the most commanding, and depressing, is Comic Relief Night. Every two years it returns, unhelpfully prompting comparisons with last time round, and encouraging you to lower your expectations accordingly. Read more

Comic Relief Night

Friday, March 16, 2001 by · Comments Off 

We had to wait just 45 minutes for Lenny Henry to start screeching. Read more