Paris to London – or hell and back?
John Bishop attempted to go from Paris to London in the latest BT Sport Relief Challenge –
Bishop's Week of Hell.
The Liverpudlian comedian attempted to cycle, row and run all the way from Paris to London – in just five days!
John hopes to raise enough money to pay for a vaccine against five deadly diseases for 250,000 children in Africa, and also to help people living incredibly tough lives in the UK.
Read more about John's challenge
David does it again
Comedian David Walliams gave Sport Relief 2012 a head start last September. Enduring the freezing waters of the River Thames, he completed his BT Sport Relief Challenge, Walliams vs The Thames and raised over £1.19million.
How you can get involved
We've been involved in Sport Relief since the start, and we want you to be involved too. Here are some of the ways you can help.
Tick, Tock: It's the Celebrity Speaking Clock
David Walliams and friends will be taking over the Speaking Clock between 7th March to April 9th. Call 123 from a BT landline and see who 'precisely' is telling the time, and we'll donate 10p to Sport Relief.*
Make an individual donation using our easy-to-use MyDonate page. Whether you give one pound or one hundred, all your money will go to help make a difference to someone's life.
In support of Sport Relief, an initiative of Comic Relief, registered charity 326568 (England/Wales); SC039730 (Scotland)
*If you call the speaking clock from a BT fixed line in the UK between the 7th March and the 9th April 2012 you will be helping BT to raise funds to support Comic Relief. BT will donate 10p to Comic Relief for every call made from a BT fixed line in the UK to the speaking clock during this period. Calls cost 33p from BT Residential lines. Mobile and other providers' costs may vary and not all providers use the BT speaking clock.