BBC3 and Comic Relief want your help in an historic TV and online event. The BBC is going to stage the first ever live 24 hour panel show. This historic marathon will feature the best comedy and panel shows from TV and Radio - 24 SHOWS IN 24 HOURS. The panel games featured will span all channels and panel show alumini both past and present will be appearing. So if you want to see what happens when Nevermind the Buzzcocks, Eight Out of Ten Cats, They Think It's All Over, QI, Just a Minute, Call My Bluff, Have I Got News For You and Celebrity Juice - AS WELL AS MANY, MANY MORE - collide for 24 hours, then grab a ticket.

There will be only one constant in this monumental (and mental) experiment - David Walliams (Little Britain, Come Fly With Me). One man, who in the past has swam the English Channel and cycled Britain, is now attempting to be crowned a panel show God - as he takes on 24 different comedy panel shows in 24 hours.

It 's never been done, and if it doesn't work, it may never happen again. But at the very least if you come along and support it, you will be helping to raise money for Comic Relief.

Although David will be hosting the show for 24 hours, we are only expecting our audience members to attend for a two-hour segment of the day! So, unlike most shows, with this one, you can choose the time of day at which to place your bum on a seat. We shall not be able to confirm in advance which shows and which celebrities will be appearing at each time, but, with 24 hours to get through, David needs your support more than ever and the more you support David, the quicker the 24 hours will fly. Please do it for Comic Relief. 

The show will be live from Saturday 5th March until Sunday 6th March. If you'd like to join us at BBC TV Centre, White City, London, then apply now!


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