Sport Relief 2010

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Sport Relief 2010
Presented byGary Lineker
Christine Bleakley
Richard Hammond
Claudia Winkleman
Davina McCall
James Corden
Fearne Cotton
Patrick Kielty
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Executive producer(s)Richard Curtis
Production location(s)BBC Television Centre
Camera setupMultiple
Running timevarious times
Original networkBBC One, BBC Two
Picture format16:9
Original release19 March –
20 March 2010
Preceded bySport Relief 2008
Followed bySport Relief 2012
Related showsLet's Dance for Sport Relief
Comic Relief Does The Apprentice
External links

Sport Relief 2010, was a fund raising event organised by Sport Relief, broadcast live on BBC One and BBC Two from the evening of 19 March 2010 to early the following morning. It was held on Friday 19 March and Saturday 20 March 2010 from 7:00pm to 1:30am at the BBC Television Centre.


Time Presenters
19.00-20.25 Christine Bleakley and Gary Lineker
20.25-22.00 Richard Hammond and Claudia Winkleman
(BBC Two)
22.35-00.05 James Corden and Davina McCall
00:05-01.30 Fearne Cotton and Patrick Kielty

Donation Progress[edit]

Time Amount Large Donations
20:20 £4,838,679 Christine Bleakley Water Ski Challenge - £1,321,623
21:57 £16,262,541 Eddie Izzard’s marathon runs - £1,152,510
00:05 £26,492,042 The BT Sport Relief Million Pound Bike Ride - £1,337,099
01:30 £29,323,818 -
17:32 £31,633,091 -
  • According to the official site £44,250,251 has been raised as of January 2011.



Title Brief Description Starring
Walk on the Wild Side A special version of the show. Standard cast
Match of the Day, does MasterChef A special version of the show. Gary Lineker, Alan Hansen, Mark Lawrenson, Gregg Wallace and John Torode
A Question of Sport Relief A special episode of the sport panel show. Frank Skinner, Sue Barker, Paddy McGuinness, David Ginola, Jason Manford, Chris Hollins and Zara Phillips.
A Question of Sport Relief - Too Hot for TV Outtakes from A Question of Sport Relief Frank Skinner, Sue Barker, Paddy McGuinness, David Ginola, Jason Manford, Chris Hollins and Zara Phillips.
Outnumbered A Special Sport Relief edition. Standard cast, without Tyger Drew-Honey or Claire Skinner
The One Show A spoof episode courtesy of Culshaw and Stephenson. Jon Culshaw, Debra Stephenson, Adrian Chiles, Christine Bleakley and David Haye.
Let's Dance for Sport Relief A special dancing montage. Rufus Hound.
Dragons' Den does Strictly Come Dancing Dragon's Duncan Bannatyne and Peter Jones battle it out to become the Dancing Champion. Peter Jones, Duncan Bannatyne, Tess Daly, Bruno Tonioli, Len Goodman and Craig Revel Horwood.
The Choir does Sport Relief Gareth Malone gathers and trains Olympic and Paralympic Athletes to form The Sport Relief Choir. Gareth Malone and others to be announced
Ashes to Ashes DCI Gene Hunt substitutes his car for a golf cart as he and his partner in crime investigate a missing trophy with several sporting legends as suspects. Philip Glenister, Keeley Hawes and Michael Parkinson
Smithy wins Coach of the Year Smithy from Gavin & Stacey accepts an award at the Sports Personality of the Year. Shown twice in the broadcast. James Corden, Tom Daley, Jenson Button, Freddie Flintoff, Andy Murray, Manchester United Football Team and David Beckham
Mock the Week Special edition of the panelist show. Dara Ó Briain, Andy Parsons, Russell Howard, Hugh Dennis, Chris Addison, Ed Byrne, and Kevin Bridges.
Katy Brand Katy Brand has a very special sketch in which she takes on boxer Joe Calzaghe. Not shown due to issues. Katy Brand, and Joe Calzaghe.
Sport Relief Does Dragon's Den Members of the public put forward their sporting ideas towards to the Dragons with help from some special stars. Ruby Wax, James Cracknell, Greg Rusedski, James Caan, Peter Jones, Duncan Bannatyne, Theo Paphitis and Deborah Meaden.
Behind the Scenes of Smithy A look at how the Smithy Sketch was made. Shown twice during the broadcast James Corden
Invictus II Stephen K. Amos as Nelson Mandela meets the England Rugby Team Stephen K. Amos and The England Rugby Team

Musical Performances[edit]

Artist Song Notes
Robbie Williams "Feel"
Cheryl Cole "Parachute"
Lemar Feat. JLS "What About Love"
Robbie Williams "Morning Sun" The official Sport Relief song for this year.
Susan Boyle "Wild Horses" Pre Recorded
Annie Lennox "Bridge Over Troubled Water"


During the opening credits of the show the music provided was AC/DC's "Back in Black".


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