Red Peter Put On For Red Nose Day
Friday, March 10 Historically for the first time. Children’s favorite TV show Blue Peter will be renamed Red Peter for one day only on Friday 17 March, this year’s Red Nose Day.
Blue Peter team world record
For the special episode, the Blue Peter team performed world record attempts, daredevil challenges, and musical performances. And a lot more that pulled out all the stops to make it a jam-packed Red Nose Day extravaganza. Because they for the most shaving cream pie thrown in different faces in a minute. An ambitious – and very messy – attempt to set a Guinness World Record.
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Fleur East of Strictly Come Dancing
Strictly Come Dancing’s Fleur East will treat the audience to a performance of her new single ‘Count the Wages’. Meanwhile, the presenters go behind the scenes at the Red Nose Day studios to catch a glimpse of TV’s Red Nose Day Night, which will air on BBC One later that evening. The team will also be showcasing hundreds of children’s Red Nose character designs created by viewers through the CBBC Creative Lab game in the lead-up to Red Nose Day.
Said Ellen Evans, Blue Peter editor.
Ellen Evans, Blue Peter editor, said: “Blue Peter has a history of empowering young audiences and helping others through our well-known appeals. From preparing to baking the cake, every year children across the UK participate in Red to support Nose Day. Blue Peter joins in and this year’s special Red Peter promises to be a show not to be missed. We’re joined by Jamie Johnson, stars of The Dumping Ground, and Danny & Mick So I can’t wait to see how many pieces are on hand to help us set a new official Guinness World Record.
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Mwaxi Mudenda said: “We are well and truly getting into the spirit of Red Nose Day this year. And I am so excited to be part of our biggest Red Nose Day special ever. I’m most excited for the Shaving Cream Pie in the U.S. challenge. Hopefully, I don’t have to face them and see all of the amazing stuff our viewers are seeing across the country. It’s going to be an absolute blast.
Watch Joel meet young people from Stable Life
During the episode, viewers will also learn how their brilliant fundraising efforts actually lead to life-changing change. They will see Joel meeting young people from Stable Life, an organization in Scotland. which uses Red Nose Day donations to support children and young people with their mental health through their Healing Hooves programme.
Said Sameer Patel, CEO of Comic Relief.
Comic Relief CEO Sameer Patel said: “As a staple in our household, it’s hard to say with certainty who’s more excited for such a fun collaboration. Me or the kids. Blue Peter from 65 years on our TVs.” continues to inspire, entertain and educate across generations on screen.CBBC Creative Lab has a host of skydiving challenges, live performances, and Red Nose Day fun From world record attempts. It sounds like a perfect way to help start our evening of entertainment on Friday, March 17th.