Children in Need 2005

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Children in Need 2005
GenreTelethon
Presented byTerry Wogan
Fearne Cotton
Natasha Kaplinsky
Matt Allwright
Voices ofAlan Dedicoat
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Production
Production location(s)BBC Television Centre
RAF Brize Norton
Camera setupMultiple
Release
Original networkBBC One
Picture format16:9
Original release18 November –
19 November 2005
Chronology
Preceded byChildren in Need 2004
Followed byChildren in Need 2006
External links
Website

Children in Need 2005 was a campaign held in the United Kingdom to raise money for the charity Children in Need. It culminated in a live broadcast on BBC One on the evening of Friday 18 November and was hosted by Terry Wogan, Fearne Cotton, Natasha Kaplinsky and, from RAF Brize Norton, Matt Allwright; the voice over was Alan Dedicoat. A total of £17,235,256 was raised by the closing minute.

According to the Broadcasters' Audience Research Board (BARB), overnight ratings suggested that 10.7 million viewers were tuned into BBC One from 9.00pm to 9.15pm (a 45.1% audience share), the slot in which the Doctor Who mini-episode was broadcast in most regions. This represented the highest ratings that Children in Need had received in eight years.

Television campaign[edit]

Artist performances[edit]

Also appearing were Status Quo, Westlife (live from Belfast), Sugababes (live from Wrexham), Rod Stewart,[1] Craig David, Bryan Adams and Melanie C, and Katherine Jenkins and G4 and ZOO.[2]

Cast performances[edit]

Others[edit]

Official single[edit]

Liberty X recorded the official single for 2005's appeal; the band recorded a cover of Shalamar's 1982 song A Night to Remember for the charity. The single peaked at Number 6 on the UK singles chart.

Totals[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "BBC Programme Number: A:GFGB292S (A)". BBC Catalogue. Retrieved 24 November 2007.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ a b c d "BBC Programme Number: B:GFGB292S (B)". BBC Catalogue. Retrieved 24 November 2007.[permanent dead link]

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