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Sport Relief tonight on BBC1

Sport Relief logoSport Relief has been pushed by the Beeb for what seems like ages, and tonight the big show is upon us. People will be getting involved in sporty endeavours to raise money for charity, most notably the Sport Relief Miles happening on Sunday 16th up and down the country, and from 7pm this evening it will be up to the celebs to entertain us. After swimming the English Channel last time, Little Britain comedian David Walliams has given himself a new physical challenge: a triathlon from England to Africa, accompanied by Olympic Gold-winning rower James Cracknell.

Elsewhere, X Factor winner Leona Lewis will sing the official song Footprints in the Sand, Jonathan Ross will coerce Michael Parkinson out of retirement to co-host a chat show together and Top Gear goes green-fingered. The celebrity version of The Apprentice will conclude and they’ll be the likes of Gary Linekar and Davina McCall urging us to donate pennies to the worthwhile causes. To find out all you need to know about this year’s Sport Relief, visit the website.

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