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Children In Need 2013 lineup of acts and presenters includes One Direction and Gary Barlow

The great annual British charity even that calls upon the nation to be kind and generous to young ones far and near is almost here.

children in need 2013 with Terry Wogan

Children In Need 2013 will be hosted once again by Sir Terry Wogan on the BBC and will take place on Friday, November 15, live from a new Children in Need studio.

Joining Terry on hosting duties are Tess Daly, Fearne Cotton, Zoe Ball and Nick Grimshaw.

This year’s celebrities giving up their time to help raise money for the good cause includes Doctor Who, One Direction, Gary Barlow, and Harry Hill amongst others.

Viewers can also look forward to a special performance from the cast of EastEnders, who will showcase their dance talents in Albert Square.

Meanwhile, Dancing On Ice duo Torvill and Dean will crossover to Strictly Come Dancing and compete against each other in a special one-off version of the BBC One dance show.

The event will also include exclusive footage from Gary Barlow’s Children in Need Rocks concert, and a special edition of Frank Skinner’s Room 101.

Musical performers on the night will include JLS, Wet Wet Wet, Tinie Tempah, and Ellie Goulding.

Speaking about the event, Sir Terry Wogan said: “Every year the BBC Children in Need Appeal night is a testament to the extraordinary generosity of the British people. We’ve got the lovely Zoe Ball joining the firm this year, along with the wonderful Tess and Fearne and Mr Grimshaw, and the inimitable Pudsey. They’re all on hand to prop me up as we traverse a fantastic night of entertainment towards what we hope to be another record-breaking total”


To make a donation, head over to the BBC website here.

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