Comic Relief's annual fundraising event will once again feature some of the biggest names in telly and entertainment.
Here’s your pick of all that’s tantalising on television over the next seven days.
Red Nose Day is offering some incredible prizes this year.
The charity fundraiser has some huge news.
The trio are the latest celebrities to take on a charity challenge.
Comic Relief’s famous Red Nose has undergone its 'most dramatic makeover' in its 35-year history.
The star said she will be watching from home.
The fundraising giant returns with more must-see moments.
The comedian and his partner Matt Lucas have reunited for new sketches for Red Nose Day.
Five women will take on a world-famous aria from 'Carmen'.
The comedy duo will make a rare appearance together in the name of charity.
Radio host is hoping to complete the challenge by 4 March.
The star took on the tough challenge for Red Nose Day.
The Olympic diver is set to row, bike, swim and run from London to Plymouth for Comic Relief.
The comedian said: 'I think Comic Relief provides a space we can gather together and go well actually things aren't so bad, I'm going to help out with that.'
Stars including the Normal People cast, Dawn French and Keira Knightley have all got involved.
From Doctor Who to Smithy, the Royle Family and Borat, a look back at the funniest moments and best sketches from Red Nose Day down the years.
His Red Nose Day sketch could feasibly end up being the last time 53-year-old actor ever plays Bond on screen.
The telethon will include live performances, sketches and one-off comedy specials, including an appearance from Dawn French as the Vicar of Dibley.
The Crown stars are reuniting for the Comic Relief 'Cinderella' special on Christmas Eve.
The charity has committed to hiring local filmmakers and photographers.
The private comedian has kept a low profile after cancelling his live tour in 2017, but he's returning to TV on Thursday for 'The Big Night In'.
The BBC has announced a three hour live broadcast of entertainment and fundraising on Thursday April 23rd.
Film director and co-founder of the charity Richard Curtis addressed MPs at the House of Commons International Development Committee about Comic Relief's use of celebrity's in appeals.
The TV presenter hinted MP Lammy had only been interested in promoting his own political agenda when he sparked the debate.