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Old 17-11-2010, 21:57
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***********.com have the full schedule with timings for Friday's CIN!

All predictable stuff, mostly looking forward to music performances - Take That (2 songs), Kyle, JLS etc... and Dr Who preview.. Other than that, it's a shame there are no real surprises.

Still, all for a good cause I guess!



7.00-7.30
The nation's sweetheart, Cheryl Cole, gets the party started with a dazzling show-opener, and Formula 1 stars Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button team up to give some young carers an unforgettable experience.

7.30-8.00
Westlife wow the Odyssey Arena in Belfast, Merlin has some wizard fundraising ideas and the Hairy Bikers cook up a sizzling version of Meat Loaf's Bat out of Hell.

8.00-8.30
Kylie Minogue performs live in the studio and The Saturdays take on McFly in a glittering popstar edition of Strictly Come Dancing.

8.30-9.00
The Doctor and Amy throw a tea-party in the TARDIS and serve up a sneak-peek at this year's Doctor Who Christmas special, plus The One Show's Alex Jones hosts the Children in Need celebrations at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.

9.00-9.30
JLS perform the official Children in Need single, and TV history is made as EastEnders and Coronation Street unite for the first time ever. Walford's residents hit the cobbles of Weatherfield, and Rovers regulars turn up on Albert Square in an exclusive mini-episode just for Children in Need.

9.30-10.00
John Barrowman hosts a fantastic musical fundraiser from Glasgow, and the stars of Harry Potter work their magic for Children in Need. Plus a spectacular live and exclusive performance from Take That who'll sing The Flood and Never Forget.

10.00-10.40 Mastermind Children in Need Celebrity Special (BBC Two)

10.40-11.00
The BBC newsreaders recruit Louie Spence to create a headline-grabbing routine, and temperatures rise in a Come Dine With Me Dragons' Den special.

11.00-11.30
The party continues all over the UK as Irish favourites The Script raise the roof at The Odyssey in Belfast, plus Peter Andre performs a thrilling tribute to Michael Jackson.

11.30-12.00
The cast of Priscilla put on a show-stopping performance live in the studio, and the stars of Loose Women sing their version of a Girls Aloud classic.

12.00-12.30
Blue Peter adventurer Helen Skelton takes on the role of Baby in the hit musical Dirty Dancing and McFly rock the Scottish Exhibition Centre in Glasgow.

12.30-01.00
An exclusive Children in Need performance from West-End smash Phantom of the Opera.

01.00-02.00
Get ready for Pudsey's Greatest Hits, a celebration of Children in Need's most memorable moments from the last 30 years.
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Old 17-11-2010, 21:59
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I am going to the cinema that night to watch the new Harry Potter film
Will it be on IPLAYER?
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Old 17-11-2010, 22:02
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Think I'll definitely staying up to watch Helen Skelton, she's utterly gorgeous!

I'm also looking forward to Take That and other musical performances (except 'nations sweetheart' Cheryl...excuse me while I puke...). Even interested to see what Peter Andre does with the Michael Jackson thing, believe it or not.

And I'm glad they've finally taken on the idea of Corrie and EE joining together. I remember banging on about that for ages last year, maybe they read it, or just saw sense...

It's not looking like a bad lineup overall, especially taking Doctor Who and Merlin into consideration.
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Old 17-11-2010, 22:03
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So DW are doing a little something? Didn't know that.
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Old 17-11-2010, 22:05
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It will be on iplayer probably take a day or 2 to come up though as it's live.

It's actually not a bad line up. Doctor Who preview I'm looking forward to and Come Dine With Me Dragons Den special looks like it would be interesting.
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Old 17-11-2010, 22:20
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i probally will miss it, i don't want to watch JLS and Cheryl Cole mime their songs and Peter Andre murder the most annoying singer on earth.

I will be watching Kylie's Performance and will later turn on to see the Estenders/Corrie mash up.
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Old 17-11-2010, 22:39
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Looking forward to the EE/Corrie join up..Usually record the lot so I can FF through the boring bits..I never last all night, always manage to fall asleep.
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Old 17-11-2010, 23:46
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I can't wait for the pop star special of Strictly with Harry Judd from McFly and Rochelle Wiseman from The Saturdays, and also Take That and Westlife.

From Hayley
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Old 18-11-2010, 16:04
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It sounds really boring but I might switch over from CNBC to see The Saturdays.
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Old 18-11-2010, 16:13
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It sounds really boring but I might switch over from CNBC to see The Saturdays.
what treats do CNBC show on a Friday night?!
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Old 18-11-2010, 16:14
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It sounds really boring but I might switch over from CNBC to see The Saturdays.
I always feel dirty when I think they are sexy, as I remeber two of them used to be in S Club Jrs.
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Old 18-11-2010, 16:36
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I can't wait for the pop star special of Strictly with Harry Judd from McFly and Rochelle Wiseman from The Saturdays, and also Take That and Westlife.

From Hayley
Same here, plus Dr Who/Take That should both be good.
Glad TT are doing 'Never Forget' as I was expecting a Gary or Robbie vocal song.
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Old 18-11-2010, 16:39
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what treats do CNBC show on a Friday night?!
Jay Leno
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Old 18-11-2010, 16:44
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Which Lw Are Taking Part, Anyone Know...
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Old 18-11-2010, 16:54
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Or, if you are in Scotland, the amateur version which excludes most (or all?) of the schedule in the first post.

Thank goodness for DVD recorders!
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Old 18-11-2010, 16:57
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It all looks horrible, thanks for reminding me to do what I do every Children In Need night, go out !
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Old 18-11-2010, 16:59
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The usual mediocrity accompanied by those with albums and books to flog and a Dr Who advert
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Old 19-11-2010, 13:51
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look out for another fart from Mrs Cole
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Old 19-11-2010, 13:56
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look out for another fart from Mrs Cole
The first one is trending on youtube at the moment
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Old 19-11-2010, 14:18
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Time to watch another channel. Think I will give one of the religious channels a whirl

Peter Andre's tribute to Michael Jackson? I didn't think it was pssible to make the squeeky ones songs any worse.
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Old 19-11-2010, 14:20
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Looks like the standard pap we have come to expect from CIN.

Pete Andre trying to be MJ again. Make it stop!!!
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Old 19-11-2010, 14:54
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Another gig for JLS.....
I'll try to catch the EE/CS stuff because it's bound to be dreadful,probably even worse than the 'EE Christmas karaoke' of yore.

Is Jason Manford still appearing?
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Old 19-11-2010, 15:05
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Nice.
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Old 19-11-2010, 15:11
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i probally will miss it, i don't want to watch JLS and Cheryl Cole mime their songs and Peter Andre murder the most annoying singer on earth.
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I think Peter Andre's a little too late!
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Old 19-11-2010, 15:48
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Remind me to download a film for tonight! I'm not interested in any of it except maybe the Doctor Who preview and I'll see that on the site I'll be going on anyway. It's always boring and probably also sentimental, embarrassing, or people trying to get their hands on your money (which I haven't got any of anyway!)
PS: Didn't they have virtually the same line-up last year?
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