Broadcast live from the BBC, this year will be a Strictly Come Dancing special with the cast of Call the Midwife, as well as music from Ellie Goulding, Years & Years and Selena Gomez.
Sir Terry Wogan will be joined by Tess Daly, Fearne Cotton, Rochelle Humes and Nick Grimshaw for the appeal show on Friday 13 November from 7.30pm on BBC One.
The best bit? It's all to help raise money for disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.
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1) Joining Tess, Sir Bruce Forsyth will return to Strictly Come Dancing where four stars of Call the Midwife will get a glittering makeover. Jenny Agutter, Laura Main, Stephen McGann and Jack Ashton will go head-to-head on the dance floor in a bid to win the Pudsey Glitter Ball trophy.
2) In a one-off special, Harry Hill will take viewers on a whirlwind tour of the history of TV in his own inimitable style.
3) CIN will take a trip to Walford and visit The Queen Vic where Shane Richie will play host to a house band with a special guest lead vocalist. The EastEnders cast will also showcase themselves in a high octane, glamorous performance.
4) There's lots and lots of music. Ellie Goulding will be live in the studio with an exclusive performance of her forthcoming single 'Army', while music legend Rod Stewart will perform his new song 'Way Back Home'. Selena Gomez will be performing her track 'Same Old Love', and Years & Years will take to the stage for their song 'Eyes Shut'. There will also be a special performance by Shane Filan and Nadine Coyle, who will perform their duet 'I Could Be' for the first time on UK television.
5) The Children's Choir will be performing live on the night with over 1500 children singing in unison across 10 different locations in the UK.
6) There'll be musical performances galore from the West End cast of Beautiful, Kinky Boots and Bend It Like Beckham. And, The One Show's Matt Baker and Alex Jones will be transformed into West End Stars as they'll play starring roles in the Rocky Horror Picture Show.
The One Show's Rickshaw challenge will be returning for its fifth year covering 470 miles from Land's End to the East End. Matt Baker will be cycling alongside the team throughout the challenge while Alex Jones will split her time reporting from The One Show studios and on the road with the team. The Rickshaw Challenge has already raised over £7.9 million to date, and this year, the team are hoping to secure loads of money to add to the total. Setting off on Friday 6 November from Land's End in Cornwall, the team will work their way across England in a bid to cross the finish line in Elstree on Friday 13 November, in time for the BBC Children in Need Appeal Show.
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