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Started by ReverendBlueJeans on Nov 13, 2020 8:01:30 AM
BBC Chewdren in Nade Speshoe!

Seems to be a lot about this on just now. Are we approaching the annual horror of EastEnders stars who can't act doing something else they can't do etc?

Tenesmus - 13 Nov 2020 08:10:22 (#1 of 22)

(you need to select English (UK) Peter from the dropdown list)

SinnerBoy - 13 Nov 2020 08:12:57 (#2 of 22)

My daughter has dressed up as a reindeer, for her school's participation.

Agaliarept - 13 Nov 2020 09:45:58 (#3 of 22)

My youngest boy has gone in today dressed as Pudsey and his school was doing a collection at the drop off.


Winner - 13 Nov 2020 09:49:38 (#4 of 22)

I watched some of Joe Wicks' 24 hour PE. Didn't give any money.

ReverendBlueJeans - 13 Nov 2020 09:49:47 (#5 of 22)

I watch Sleb Antiques Road Trip (all auction profits to Chewdren in Nade).

I am doing my bit.

ReverendBlueJeans - 13 Nov 2020 11:49:15 (#6 of 22)

BBC Children in Need celebrates its 40th anniversary with a very special evening of live television. Hosted by Mel Giedroyc, Stephen Mangan, Alex Scott and Chris Ramsey, the show includes appearances by this year's Strictly dancers, Beverley Knight, Shawn Mendes and the cast of West End musical Six. There are comedy sketches from the casts of King Gary and The Goes Wrong Show, and we get to know the nation’s favourite bear like never before in a star-studded sketch, Pudsey Bear: Behind the Bandana. The Repair Shop team give one very special girl a surprise to treasure forever, and Alex Jones and Ade Adepitan bring us the finale of The One Show's rickshaw challenge. And some special films reveal the incredible and inspiring stories of the brave children who are supported by some of the thousands of Children in Need projects around the UK.

HouseOfLametta - 13 Nov 2020 11:50:05 (#7 of 22)

Seyve it fer Mandeez!

ReverendBlueJeans - 13 Nov 2020 11:51:29 (#8 of 22)

Evereebahdeez tawkin abaht it!

LordofMisrule - 13 Nov 2020 11:59:45 (#9 of 22)

BBC Children in Need celebrates its 40th anniversary

There was a very pointed letter in the new Radio Times, wondering exactly why we should be 'celebrating' this milestone.

TommyDGNR8 - 13 Nov 2020 19:10:16 (#10 of 22)

Fuxache. This, snobs, is why autotune has its place.

TommyDGNR8 - 13 Nov 2020 19:13:45 (#11 of 22)

And now this kid is named after the bad guy from Heroes and his parents wonder why he has issues?

Spontu - 23 Feb 2021 10:37:00 (#12 of 22)

“We know, at Tesco moe-bow how every littow helps...”

popstar7 - 26 Feb 2021 00:11:20 (#13 of 22)

My gift to the thread -

AdonisBlue - 01 Mar 2021 16:58:37 (#14 of 22)

Arrrgh! Warning contains Russell Howard.

Shadrack22 - 01 Mar 2021 17:02:35 (#15 of 22)


phantlers - 01 Mar 2021 17:15:31 (#16 of 22)

#9 So the whole effort has become a self serving exercise in virtue signalling but an economic failure. What would Marcus Rashford say?

kvelertak - 01 Mar 2021 18:01:22 (#17 of 22)

Where the Poles stopped pronouncing the letter 'L' they had the common decency to draw a line through it. Estuarians take note

popstar7 - 01 Mar 2021 18:19:17 (#18 of 22)


ReverendBlueJeans - 01 Mar 2021 18:40:06 (#19 of 22)

Said every week by Nick Knowles in that Cargo Cult fix-people's-homes-then-get-a-close-up-when-they-cry programme;

Isnit gryte wen peopow cahm tagevvah an hewp uvvah peopow aht?

popstar7 - 01 Mar 2021 19:58:20 (#20 of 22)

What a strange, mysterious and impenetrable accent. It seems to be some form of West London patois, him being born in Southall -

I hadn't heard of Nick Knowles before but thank you for bringing him to our attention. It deserves further academic study, certainly.

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