The BBC has said that this year's Red Nose Day will be the biggest ever.
"Peter Schmeichel and Alex Ferguson have both said that they will appear," said Lenny Henry, who somehow always finds work at this time of year. "We're still working with Rud...
Hot on the heels of Comic Relief, Red Nose Day, Sport Relief, Band Aid, Lemon Aid and Hearing Aid, "Who Cares?" day will run on the 15th of next month at the Scunthorpe Leisure and Bingo Centre.
With funds being raised in aid of "Apathy" the organ...
Panic erupted this evening when studio technicians at London's BBC Television Centre discovered that all of the jokes, planned for use in the upcoming Comic Relief extravaganza, had been stolen by thieves.
The unscrupulous ne'er-do-wells had climb...
The BBC's Comic Relief co-ordinator Ned Roseday has made a pledge that if enough people donate to their fundraising appeal he will force Jeremy Clarkson to re-enact a scene from the film Black Swan in full costume.
"It's a little known clause in h...
It has been revealed that Prime Minister Gordon Brown followed in the footsteps of his predecessor Tony Blair, by filming a sketch with Catherine Tate for Comic Relief, in March - but BBC bosses decided not to show it on the night - because he isn't...
Ned Roseday, Chief Charities Correspondent at the Big Bum Corporation (BBC) has complained to TheSpoof.com about an article concerning Clown Prostitutes who were said to be offering Comic Relief.
"This is just the kind of badly written rubbish tha...
Red Nose Day is upon us once more here in the UK, and up and down the country people have been getting up to all sorts of whacky activities with the aim of raising money for the Comic Relief charity.
In London's King's Cross area, prostitutes tha...
Nine celebrities who have been climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in aid of Comic Relief, reached the summit as dawn broke this morning - only to find has-been wannabe celebrity, David Van Day, waiting for them with champagne.
Nearly £1.4 million has been...
Ned Roseday, the BBC's chief Charities correspondent, today hit out at Amazon who have launched the latest version of their Kindle electronic book. The book can hold electronic versions of up to 1500 titles.
"Charity shops exist almost exclusivel...
Public outcry has followed release of new government figures showing a large increase in crimes committed for charity.
There was shock last night at the Comic Relief Does Fame Academy studio as Para Talmer Pomkinson took the title in, what can only be described as, Charitable circumstances.
A new row erupted last night at the BBC when Shaun Williamson, aka Barry Evans, was incorrectly voted out of the Fame Academy competition.
Viewers of BBC1's Comic Relief Does Fame Academy have been stunned by the high standard of performances given by some of the celebrity participants on the show, but the singing prowess of one of the contenders should come as no s...
Worries earlier this week that Red Nose day events up and down the country would have to be cancelled, have been laid to rest after swift action by the organisers.
Red Nose Day celebrations, scheduled for this Friday, 16th March 2007, could be under threat, due to complaints from people with big red noses.
Today saw the 'cream' of the self obsessed and self styled comedy greats gather today at the foot of London Landmark 'British Airways London Eye' where staff were on strike today.
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