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Sport Relief 2016

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sport Relief 2016
GenreTelethon
Presented byMain telethon:
Gary Lineker
David Walliams
Davina McCall
Claudia Winkleman
John Bishop
Greg James
Alesha Dixon
Clash of the Titans
Dan Walker
Ore Oduba
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original language(s)English
Production
Executive producer(s)Richard Curtis
Production location(s)Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park from Copper Box
Camera setupMultiple
Release
Original networkBBC One, BBC Two
Picture format16:9
Original release18 March (2016-03-18) –
19 March 2016 (2016-03-19)
Chronology
Preceded bySport Relief 2014
Followed bySport Relief 2018
External links
Website

Sport Relief 2016 is a fundraising event organised by Sport Relief. A number of run-up events took place and the main event consisted of a live telethon broadcast on BBC One and BBC Two from the evening of Friday 18 March 2016 to early the following morning. Due to the closure of BBC Television Centre, the live studio event is now broadcast from the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.

Main event

The live telethon was broadcast on BBC One and BBC Two from the evening of Friday 18 March 2016 to early the following morning along with a number of run-up events and was presented by Gary Lineker, Davina McCall, David Walliams, Claudia Winkleman, John Bishop, Greg James, and Alesha Dixon.

Presenters

Times
(approx)
Presenters
19:00–20:30 Gary Lineker and David Walliams
20:30–22:00 John Bishop, Davina McCall and Claudia Winkleman
22:00–22:40 John Bishop, Davina McCall and Claudia Winkleman (BBC Two)
22:40–01:40 Greg James and Alesha Dixon

Appeal Film Presenters

Stars including Danny Dyer, Clare Balding, Olivia Colman, Rochelle Humes and Marvin Humes presented appeal films.

Official single

James Bay has recorded the official Sport Relief Single for 2016, a new version of his single "Running" recorded at the Abbey Studios in London.

Sketches and Features

Title Brief Description Starring
Clash of the Titans Steve Redgrave and Freddie Flintoff lead two teams of celebrities into battle, across an array of Olympic Events live from the Olympic Park including: Wrestling, Women's Track Cycling, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Synchronised Swimming and Triathlon Steve Redgrave, Freddie Flintoff, Mark Wright, Hugh Dennis, Maddy Hill, Dan Snow, Russell Kane, Clara Amfo, Will Young, Sophie Raworth, Darren Gough, Harry Judd, Paddy McGuinness, Kate Garraway, Omid Djalili with Dan Walker and Ore Oduba
Luther DCI John Luther is one of Britain's best loved detectives but now it's time to go behind the scenes and meet his family, The Luthers Idris Elba, Ruth Wilson, Lenny Henry, Rio Ferdinand, Denise Lewis, Louis Smith, Ian Wright, David Haye, Cecilia Noble
Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em Frank Spencer returns and things go awry with some Sporting Heroes Michael Crawford, Bradley Wiggins, Michele Dotrice, Gemma Arterton, David Walliams, Jenson Button, Andy Murray, Roy Hodgson, Arsène Wenger, Boris Johnson and Paul McCartney
Little Britain Sports agent Mickey Perm (Flanagan) is tasked with getting Peter Crouch back into the England squad. Only there’s a catch – he will be playing for the England Women’s Football Team, ‘The Lionesses’. So Mickey enlists Emily Howard to teach Peter how to be a ‘lady’. David Walliams, Peter Crouch, Micky Flanagan and England Women's Football Team
Behind the Scenes of Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em A look behind the scenes at the return of Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em after 40 years away Michael Crawford and Bradley Wiggins
Smithy for FIFA President Smithy returns as he campaigns to be the new FIFA President James Corden
Dizzy Penalties Greg James takes on John Bishop in a Dizzy Penalty shoot out Greg James and John Bishop
Jack Whitehall's Football Mission Jack Whitehall is on a quest to make the England Football Team great once more Jack Whitehall, Kevin Pietersen, Gareth Bale, Kris Akabusi, Ryan Giggs, Rob Brydon, Tom Jones, Alex Jones, Aled Jones, Robbie Savage, Ruth Jones
Alan Partridge Alan returns for Sport Relief Steve Coogan

Musical Performances

Artist Song Notes
James Bay "Running" and "Hold Back the River" Official Sport Relief Single.
Birdy 'Wings"

Within Other Shows

TV programmes that led up to the main event included:

Donation progress

Time Amount Notes
8:29pm £4,043,587 1hr, 29 mins after show start
9:58pm £25,086,139 2hr, 58 mins after show start
00:53am £51,794,847 5hr, 53 mins after show start
01:35am £55,444,906 Final total for the night

References

This page was last edited on 19 May 2020, at 13:56
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