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Last Updated: Friday, 7 July 2006, 17:28 GMT 18:28 UK
Sport Relief TV highlights
Question of Sport ReliefCelebrity Pot BlackBattle at the BeebMastermind: Jade v ChantelleFootballers' WivesCelebrity Pigeon Racing

Sport Relief has a fantastic line-up in store for viewers on Sport Relief Saturday July 15th.

We will be bringing back the now traditional Sport Relief biannual battering of BBC Sport's Ray Stubbs.

TV fashion gurus Trinni and Susannah go head-to-head on a rally track and get ready for some incredibly crazy golf.

Throughout the night viewers can win amazing prizes by texting A or B to 84466, depending on who they think will win each challenge.

It's the kind of television you will tell your grandchildren about.

Here are just a few of the highlights....

Question of Sport Relief

Stephen Fry hosts a very special Sport Relief themed episode of Question of Sport Relief.

Sue Barker gets to join in the fun as she joins Ally McCoist's team alongside Nancy Dell'Olio.

Matt Dawson's team comes with a royal seal of approval as Zara Phillips follows in her mother, the Princess Royal's footsteps by appearing on Question of Sport.

Comedian and renowned Arsenal fan Alan Davies completes a fantastic line-up.

Look out for a host of exciting special guests when the show goes to penalties.

Celebrity Pot Black

Celebrity Pot Black should be one of the highlights of Sport Relief Saturday.

Two of the biggest names in snooker will be pairing up with two top celebrities and battling it out on the baize.

'Rocket' Ronnie O'Sullivan is teaming up with the 'Pocket Rocket' comedian Bradley Walsh.

And Steve 'Interesting' Davis joins up with Vernon 'Special' Kay for a match that will have all snooker fans salivating.

Dermot O'Leary and John Parrot take up the hosting duties.

The rules are simple - it's one frame and our players and celebrities must take shots in turns - the celebrities score double points for every ball they pot.

We will also see behind-the-scenes footage of our professionals putting their partners through their paces in the build up to the big game.

Make sure your watching on July 15th on BBC Two to find out who wins.

Battle at the Beeb

Sport Relief celebrity fighters named

In 2002 Bob Mortimer beat Les Dennis, in 2004 Ben Fogle took care of Sid Owen - who will triumph in 2006?

Dave 'Phoenix Nights' Spikey is your MC as Jack Osbourne and Bradley McIntosh go head-to-head in Sport Relief's 'Battle at the Beeb.'

In the blue corner Jack 'The Ripper' Osbourne, 20, will be hoping to show his Mum Sharon that he has the X-Factor in the boxing ring.

But his opponent, former S Club 7 star Bradley, 'Dynamite' McIntosh, will be hoping his explosive combinations will leave Jack seeing stars.

Whatever happens both of our fighters will be in tip-top physical condition for the big fight after weeks of training.

They will battle it our over three one-and-a-half minute rounds and referee Bill Phillips will be on hand to ensure a fair fight.

You could win a trip to Las Vegas on the night by predicting which fighter you think will come out on top.

Make sure you are watching on Sport Relief Saturday July 15th to find out who wins.

Mastermind: Jade v Chantelle

Oh my God! It's the one we have all been waiting for!

Jade and Chantelle have both spent time in Big Brother's diary room chair but how will they cope in the famous Mastermind chair?

John Humphries will be asking the questions and as the girls go head to head on general knowledge and their chosen specialist subjects.

Jade will be answering questions on Eastenders 2000-2006 and Chantelle will be quizzed on Coronation Street during the same period.

Make sure you are watching for a chance to win an exclusive backstage trip to the Eastenders and Cornonation Street sets.

Footballers' Wives

On set with the stars of Footballers' Wives

One of the shiniest jewels in the Sport Relief tiara on July 15 will be the last EVER episode of Footballers Wives.

The girls and boys at Earls Park reunite for one final champagne-soaked outing.

The action centres around Graham Norton, who plays the new star signing at Earls Park, and the ladies' efforts to get their claws into him

Make sure you're watching on July 15 for a real broadcasting landmark as TV's kitschest show comes to a jaw-dropping conclusion.

Celebrity Pigeon Racing

Sport Relief presents... Celebrity Pigeon Racing

Sport Relief has a very special 'tweet' in store for viewers cooped up in front of their TV's on Saturday 15th July.

Celebrity Pigeon Racing is at last taking it's rightful place on prime-time Saturday night television.

Viewers will be perched on the edge of their seats as a frenzy of feathered fun unfolds before them.

Chris Evans, Gary Lineker and Davina McCall have all taken an elite avian specimen under their wing.

The plucky pigeons will race from London's Television Centre to their home in East Acton - covering their very own Sport Relief Mile.

Sign up for the Sport Relief Mile

The pigeon proceedings will be MC'd by none other than Harry Hill.

And the presenter whose bird trails in last will be subjected to a forfeit live in the Sport Relief studio.

Make sure you are watching on July 15 to find out whose pigeon wins.




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