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BBC Children in Need 2013 highlights
The BBC's Children in Need appeal has raised a record £31 million for disadvantaged children and young adults in the UK.
Sir Terry Wogan fired up the "totaliser" for the final time on the live entertainment show to reveal the record-breaking sum of £31,124,896.
The emotional host told viewers their kindness continues to give hope to the most vulnerable people in the nation.
The on-the-night total surpassed last year's £26 million.
The public's show of generosity comes in the week that £30 million was raised in a UK appeal for those affected by the Philippines typhoon disaster.
Highlights of the show included Olympic champion ice dancers going head to head in a special edition of Strictly Come Dancing - as Torvill and Dean became Torvill vs Dean.
Comedian Harry Hill and a cast of celebrity cameos offered up a remake of A-ha's classic Take On Me music video while the cast of EastEnders took part in a dance-off in Albert Square.
Ellie Goulding performed the official BBC Children in Need single How Long Will I Love You, and the cast of West End hit musical The Commitments closed the programme with a medley of songs.
The total is set to increase as money raised at local events throughout the UK is sent in to the appeal.
Click on the image above to see the highlights from the show.
Source: Press Association
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why is it that **** wogan gets paid for doing this program and it goes into his bank account.
why doesn't he donate his time to the children in need .but instead keeps all his money for doing this show while he appeals to everyone to put there hands in there pockets and splash the cash.
greedy greedy man.
another year! another sh*t load of cash to be spent on god knows what and ware! terry goes home with a sh*t load of cash for his expenses!!!I it's about time the nonsense was knocked on the head, christ,
we are being asked to fork out for Africa, India, Pakistan and now the Philippines Who is forking out for our food banks and soup kitchens that are being overstretched thanks to our bankers and politicians, who is going to pay to heat and feed the poorest and most vulnerable people in this country this winter? not children in need!! not Mr wogan!!!!! not our bankers!!!! and certainly not our MPs who have help create this problem with their policies!!!! India has moor millionaires than this country, Pakistan is financially better off than this country, so why do we give these people money? our big hearted prim minister has give the Philippines 20 million!! not out of his fortune though, no out of tax payers money!! yours and mine! I was not asked... where you...thanks davy boy
Great Result IN SPITE OF WOGAN.
It really is about time someone else was found to head the show.
Wogan's performance was even more embarrassing than Bruce Forsythe on "Strictly"
Time to pension them both off
DavidL is quite right in saying that Wogan is past it ! It 's time we had
a new presenter . As for Strictly ..........
Wonder if Wogan et al all got paid yet again for a charity event, had to laugh when it came out that he was paid £30k for the night a couple of years ago, which he claimed he knew nothing about, so over 34 years an unknown payment of up to £1,000,000 has been made for Wogan alone!
Would be better if they all gave their payments to the charity, which would b more meaningful than the usual claim that they gave their time.
Still one of the few charities I support.
Bring back some old time, much missed glamour to television entertainment.
terry wogan,i know you get paid for being a real live **** but this is the limit. not even funny, that sausage looks just like you.
I think that is a wonderful total considering the financial situation that people are in. I must say some of those film clips that were shown were truly heart breaking, I know I had tears in my eyes at some of them; IT was a wonderful programme and many congratulations to all who took part.
I wonder how much that robbing shower in Westminster gave???
I think the prog was so poor keep repeating same clips ,poor jokes
time terry was pension off
bbc wake up and use the money for better progs
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