Children in Need - Season 2

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Friday 7:00 PM on BBC Premiered Dec 25, 1955 Special

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Episode Guide

  • 1989 [2 Parts]
    1989 [2 Parts]
    Episode 22
    11/17/89
    9.5
    Terry Wogan and Sue Cook are tonights main hosts. With regional outputs presented by John Mundy, Stuart Hall, Roland Rat, Jenny Powell and Anthea Turner.

    Part One:
    In the studio are Ken Bruce, Victoria Wood and the Walton family. The Cast of soap opera Bread perform a 3 minute adaptation of Hamlet. The Childrens Choir who sing Children in Need anthem. After that Terry & Sue are joined by Victoria Wood. Past presenter Gloria Hunniford looks back over previous events, before joining Terry & Sue to perform "Teddy Bears Picnic". Then to the total so far which at 20.35 is £4,970,484. Phillip Schofield & Sarah Greene present a Fast Forward disco competition. The casts of First & Last of the Summer Wine are in the studio. Mica Paris & Boy George sing a duet, before a break for the news.

    Part Two:
    Terry hosts a news quiz, before Peter Duncan walks the tightrope. Sone Boy George & Joan Collins lookalikes perform alongside Allo Allo artistes. Esther Rantzen & Gavin Campbell present this years Children Of Courage ceremony. Jack Lemmon makes an appeal. The cast of EastEnders star in "Dynasty Upon the Eastend". Followed by the BBC's Weathermen performing - "Singing in the Rain". Janice Long is in the studio, before a performance by a gospel choir. Bernard Cribbins and Elaine Paige join Terry. Coronation Street's Jack & Vera Duckworth sing a duet. The Cast of The Bill perform. Sue & Terry meet sports personalities. The Plowright sisters singing "A Boy Like That".moreless
  • Who Are The Children?
    11/16/89
    0.0
    Phillip Schofield looks at past projects that Children In Need have helped and introduces some of the children that've being helped as well.
  • The First Ten Years
    The First Ten Years
    Episode 20
    11/16/89
    0.0
    Sue Cook looks back over the past 10 years of the show. Including moments with Tommy Cooper, Roy Kinnear, Nicholas Parsons and Joanna Lumley's famous strip.
  • 1988
    1988
    Episode 19
    11/18/88
    0.0
    Terry Wogan, Joanna Lumley and Sue Cook present.
  • One Day to Go
    One Day to Go
    Episode 18
    11/17/88
    0.0
    Joanna Lumley looks ahead to tomorrows show.
  • Thanks a 14 Million!
    11/17/88
    0.0
    Sue Cook looks at how last years money was spent.
  • Children In Need Says Thank You
    2/16/88
    0.0
    Joanna Lumley looks at the groups of people the appeal helped last year.
  • 1987
    1987
    Episode 15
    11/27/87
    0.0
    Terry Wogan, Joanna Lumley and Sue Cook host.

    Regional Reports: Kay Alexander, John Mundy, Phil Sayer, Susie Mathis and Winifred Robinson present from different regions across the UK.
  • A Time to Give
    A Time to Give
    Episode 14
    11/26/87
    0.0
    Joanna Lumley looks at were the money raised last year went. With the help of Phillip Schofield and Peter Powell.
  • One Day To Go
    One Day To Go
    Episode 13
    11/26/87
    0.0
    Joanna Lumley looks forward to tomorrows show. With interviews from Anneka Rice, Mike Smith, Ray Moore and Pudsey Bear.
  • Thanks A Million!
    Thanks A Million!
    Episode 12
    2/10/87
    0.0
    Sue Cook and Terry Wogan look back over the highlights of last years show and look at how the money raised has being spent.
  • 1986 [2 Parts]
    1986 [2 Parts]
    Episode 11
    11/21/86
    0.0
    Terry Wogan and Sue Cook present.
  • 3 Days to Go
    3 Days to Go
    Episode 10
    11/18/86
    0.0
    Joanna Lumley looks ahead to this years show, with interviews from Jimmy Savile, Gloria Hunniford and Gary Davies.
  • 1985 [? Parts]
    1985 [? Parts]
    Episode 9
    11/22/85
    0.0
    Chris Serle, John Craven, Terry Wogan, Joanna Lumley and Sue Cook present the annual fundraising event.
  • 1984 [5 Parts]
    1984 [5 Parts]
    Episode 8
    11/23/84
    10
    Terry Wogan, Joanna Lumley and Sue Cook present. Higlights of the night Include a 'Jim'll Fix It' and 'That's Life' complimation and Bernard Falk and the Walton Sextuplets.
  • One Night In November
    2/26/84
    0.0
    Terry Wogan looks back at the Children In Need Appeal launched on November 25th, 1983 on BBC television & radio, including a behind-the-scenes look at the telethon broadcast, a reminder of some of the highlights & the total raised.
  • 1983 [4 Parts]
    1983 [4 Parts]
    Episode 6
    11/25/83
    0.0
    Terry Wogan, Gloria Hunniford and Fran Morrison host.
  • Thank's A Million!
    Thank's A Million!
    Episode 5
    2/17/83
    0.0
    Terry Wogan looks back over last years programmes highlights and shows us how people have benefited.
  • 1982 [6 Parts]
    1982 [6 Parts]
    Episode 4
    11/26/82
    0.0
    Terry Wogan, Gloria Hunniford and Fran Morrison host.
  • Thank's A Million!
    Thank's A Million!
    Episode 3
    2/19/82
    0.0
    Terry Wogan hosts the highlights of last years show. Including Tommy Cooper, Nanette Newman, Peter the Budgie, Lord Snowdon, Paul Heiney and ending with Deryck Guyler and Patrick Moore's duet.
  • 1981 [6 Parts]
    1981 [6 Parts]
    Episode 2
    11/20/81
    0.0
    Terry Wogan hosts the telethon, in 6 parts.

    Part One & Part Two Featuring Malcolm Wilson with a regional report from Glasgow and a report filmed for CIN. Also featuring Gail Foley with a regional report from Cardiff & report filmed for CIN. Also featuring Diane Harron with a regional report from Belfast & some still images. Also featuring Liza Goddard's, Richard O'Sullivan's Tessa Wyatt's and Charles Hopkinson's regional reports from Radio Stoke.

    Part Three & Part Four Featuring Lorraine Chase, John Craven and Sally Thomsett. Barry Took has a special episode of Points of View. Their's also a look at some Sports Funnies of 1979.

    Part Five Featuring Tommy Cooper, Mollie Sugden, Nicholas Parsons and Nanette Newman. Bob Harris has a regional report from Radio Oxford. Mike Neville has a regional report and a interview with Lord Snowdon from Radio Newcastle. Esther Rantzen has a report on Inner city problems. John Cleese stars in a special Fawlty Towers short. Val Doonican sings 'Katy'. Esther Rantzen has a report on Bikes & Horses. Peter The Budgie stars in a special episode of That's Life. Their's a sketch from Beryl Reid.

    Part Six Featuring Prunella Scales, Roy Kinnear and Liz Fraser. Paul Heiney & Charles Hodskinson have a regional report from Radio Stoke with impersonations from Percy Edwards. Patrick Moore plays the xylophone. Deryck Guyler plays the washboard. Trevor Harrison has a regional report from Radio Leeds. Esther Rantzen has a report on Aids For Children - Integrating The Handicapped. The Goodies answer To Grease with a Cycle Dance. Esther Rantzen has a report on holidays - Ffestiniogg Railway. Their's a look at Sport Funnies from 1980 and David Soul sings 'Maybe We Can'.moreless
  • 1980 [6 Parts]
    1980 [6 Parts]
    Episode 1
    11/23/80
    0.0
    An extended edition of BBC's annual appeal for children's charities. Sue Lawley introduced contributors from the regions and interviewed celebrities with Terry Wogan. Whilst Esther Rantzen introduces celebrities from the Cunard Hotel.
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