Danny Dyer visits a slum in Freetown supported by Y-Care international and local partner YMCA Sierra Leone.  Comic Relief Awarded these projects funds to provide 1800 unemployed young people with training, academic skills as well as metoring to assist them in finding jobs.  In addition awareness raising campaigns on hygine, with a bid to educating the population on the causes and spread of Ebola.
       
     
Little Mix, Word Up Music Video, Comic Relief
       
     
RNLI - Teddington Lifeboat
       
     
Comic Relief - Kenya
       
     
Clash of the Titans, Comic Relief
       
     
Homeless World Cup 2014, Santiago, Chile
       
     
Clash of the Titans, Comic Relief
       
     
Comic Relief - Uganda
       
     
Naomi Harris - Global Goals
       
     
 Russell Kane talks with Mary Christine and baby Richard (18 Months) after his final HIV test.  After enrolling in the Mothers 2 Mothers  programme during her pregnancy, she came to the clinic and followed the advice of the Mentor Mothers and as a result, baby richard will live a life free from HIV.  Mothers 2 Mothers trains, employs and empowers local mothers who are living with HIV to become ‘Mentor Mothers’ and help pregnant women who are also diagnosed with the virus. They provide essential information and support to help prevent transmission and keep mothers healthy.
       
     
Falmouth Tall Ships Festival, Visit Cornwall
       
     
Homeless World Cup 2014, Santiago, Chile
       
     
 Rob Becket at Bow Bunker for the Red Nose Day shoot.
       
     
Transporter - Transport Me PR, Premier/Imax
       
     
Famous Rich and Hungry, BBC
       
     
Comic Relief - Uganda
       
     
Anti-Gaddafi Protest, Downing Street, London
       
     
Emirates Stadium
       
     
Olympic Torch Relay, Falmouth, Cornwall
       
     
The BT Sport Relief Challenges - Davina, Beyound Breaking point
       
     
Clash of the Titans, Comic Relief
       
     
 Danny Dyer visits a Comic Relief funded clean water tap in a  slum in Freetown.   The slum is supported by Y-Care international and local partner YMCA Sierra Leone.  Comic Relief Awarded these projects funds to provide 1800 unemployed young people with training, academic skills as well as metoring to assist them in finding jobs.  In addition awareness raising campaigns on hygine, with a bid to educating the population on the causes and spread of Ebola.
       
     
Positive News - Surrey Docks Farm Blacksmith
       
     
 Danny Dyer with Nurse Lucia during a visit to the OLA During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance.  Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries.  Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses.  In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes  were fully implemened.  Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.
       
     
 Russell Kane and Katy Brand, Red Nose Convoy drivers next to their vehicle.
       
     
 Russell Kane dances with Kadama Widows as they greet the Red Nose Convoy at Kadama Widows Association before they deliver the Bicycles they've brought from  Nairobi in the convoy.  The Kadama Widows Association carries out training in HIV awareness and prevention and helps local health centres reach more people within the community. Additionally, they’ve helped people living with HIV to start small businesses, so that they can earn a living and buy nutritious food to help them stay well.
       
     
 Michaela Coel talks with Violet, a midwide at the Kibera AMREF Centre. AMREF provides training for hundreds of community health workers to help pregnant women, babies and those living with HIV to be healthy and safe.
       
     
 Russell Kane, Hugh Dennis, David Baddiel, Katy Brand, Reggie Yates and Michaela Coel celebrate at Nagongera Boys School, the last stop on the Red Nose Convoy after delivering their vital supplies consisting of over 8000 mosquito nets.  Malaria Consortium, which ensures insecticide treated nets were distributed to pregnant women and children in the area of Tororo, in Uganda. In addition, local communities were taught how to best prevent, detect and treat malaria.
       
     
 Russell Kane, Hugh Dennis, David Baddiel, Katy Brand, Reggie Yates and Michaela Coel arrive at Nagongera Boys School, the last stop on the Red Nose Convoy to deliver their vital supplies consisting of over 8000 mosquito nets.  Malaria Consortium, which ensures insecticide treated nets were distributed to pregnant women and children in the area of Tororo, in Uganda. In addition, local communities were taught how to best prevent, detect and treat malaria.
       
     
 Danny Dyer visits a slum in Freetown supported by Y-Care international and local partner YMCA Sierra Leone.  Comic Relief Awarded these projects funds to provide 1800 unemployed young people with training, academic skills as well as metoring to assist them in finding jobs.  In addition awareness raising campaigns on hygine, with a bid to educating the population on the causes and spread of Ebola.
       
     

Danny Dyer visits a slum in Freetown supported by Y-Care international and local partner YMCA Sierra Leone. Comic Relief Awarded these projects funds to provide 1800 unemployed young people with training, academic skills as well as metoring to assist them in finding jobs. In addition awareness raising campaigns on hygine, with a bid to educating the population on the causes and spread of Ebola.

Little Mix, Word Up Music Video, Comic Relief
       
     
Little Mix, Word Up Music Video, Comic Relief

Little Mix filming their newly released single "Word Up" at David Lloyd Club, Farnham.

RNLI - Teddington Lifeboat
       
     
RNLI - Teddington Lifeboat

Crew from RNLI Teddington station.

Comic Relief - Kenya
       
     
Comic Relief - Kenya

Russell Kane, Hugh Dennis, David Baddiel, Katy Brand, Reggie Yates and Michaela Coel set off on day 4 the Red Nose Convoy travelling from Nairobi to Tororo in Uganda.

Clash of the Titans, Comic Relief
       
     
Clash of the Titans, Comic Relief

Nick Grimshaw practices rhythmic gymnastics at Richmond Gymnastics ahead of the "Clash of the titans" challenge.

Homeless World Cup 2014, Santiago, Chile
       
     
Homeless World Cup 2014, Santiago, Chile

Team India beat Switzerland 4 – 2. Harash Vadan, India’s number 10, scored a hat-trick making for a very emotional win.

Clash of the Titans, Comic Relief
       
     
Clash of the Titans, Comic Relief

Lord Coe practices rhythmic gymnastics at Charterhouse Club ahead of the "Clash of the titans" challenge agains John Bishop.

Comic Relief - Uganda
       
     
Comic Relief - Uganda

Reggie Yates and Michaela Coel try out the bikes they've just delivered after driving with them in convoy from Nairobi as part of the Red Nose Convoy. The Kadama Widows Association carries out training in HIV awareness and prevention and helps local health centres reach more people within the community. Additionally, they’ve helped people living with HIV to start small businesses, so that they can earn a living and buy nutritious food to help them stay well.

Naomi Harris - Global Goals
       
     
Naomi Harris - Global Goals

Naomie Harris, Bianca Jagger and Mariella Frostrup join thousands of people on the Millennium Bridge as part of action/2015, to mark the eve of the signing of the new Global Goals.

 Russell Kane talks with Mary Christine and baby Richard (18 Months) after his final HIV test.  After enrolling in the Mothers 2 Mothers  programme during her pregnancy, she came to the clinic and followed the advice of the Mentor Mothers and as a result, baby richard will live a life free from HIV.  Mothers 2 Mothers trains, employs and empowers local mothers who are living with HIV to become ‘Mentor Mothers’ and help pregnant women who are also diagnosed with the virus. They provide essential information and support to help prevent transmission and keep mothers healthy.
       
     

Russell Kane talks with Mary Christine and baby Richard (18 Months) after his final HIV test. After enrolling in the Mothers 2 Mothers programme during her pregnancy, she came to the clinic and followed the advice of the Mentor Mothers and as a result, baby richard will live a life free from HIV. Mothers 2 Mothers trains, employs and empowers local mothers who are living with HIV to become ‘Mentor Mothers’ and help pregnant women who are also diagnosed with the virus. They provide essential information and support to help prevent transmission and keep mothers healthy.

Falmouth Tall Ships Festival, Visit Cornwall
       
     
Falmouth Tall Ships Festival, Visit Cornwall

A crew member from tall ship Golden Leeuw climbs the rigging in preparation for departure. 

Homeless World Cup 2014, Santiago, Chile
       
     
Homeless World Cup 2014, Santiago, Chile

The Chilean Woman's team celebrate winnign the 12th annual Homeless World Cup in Santiago, Chile.

 Rob Becket at Bow Bunker for the Red Nose Day shoot.
       
     

Rob Becket at Bow Bunker for the Red Nose Day shoot.

Transporter - Transport Me PR, Premier/Imax
       
     
Transporter - Transport Me PR, Premier/Imax
Famous Rich and Hungry, BBC
       
     
Famous Rich and Hungry, BBC

Rachel Johnson, Theo Paphitis, Jamie Laing, Cheryl Fergison

Comic Relief - Uganda
       
     
Comic Relief - Uganda

Michaela Coel and Reggie Yates help unload the bikes they've delivered to the Kadama Widows Association as part of the Red Nose Convoy. The Kadama Widows Association carries out training in HIV awareness and prevention and helps local health centres reach more people within the community. Additionally, they’ve helped people living with HIV to start small businesses, so that they can earn a living and buy nutritious food to help them stay well.

Anti-Gaddafi Protest, Downing Street, London
       
     
Anti-Gaddafi Protest, Downing Street, London
Emirates Stadium
       
     
Emirates Stadium
Olympic Torch Relay, Falmouth, Cornwall
       
     
Olympic Torch Relay, Falmouth, Cornwall
The BT Sport Relief Challenges - Davina, Beyound Breaking point
       
     
The BT Sport Relief Challenges - Davina, Beyound Breaking point
Clash of the Titans, Comic Relief
       
     
Clash of the Titans, Comic Relief

Team Coe celebrate their victory over John Bishop's team in the Clash of the Titans challenge, Part of Sport Relief 2014

 Danny Dyer visits a Comic Relief funded clean water tap in a  slum in Freetown.   The slum is supported by Y-Care international and local partner YMCA Sierra Leone.  Comic Relief Awarded these projects funds to provide 1800 unemployed young people with training, academic skills as well as metoring to assist them in finding jobs.  In addition awareness raising campaigns on hygine, with a bid to educating the population on the causes and spread of Ebola.
       
     

Danny Dyer visits a Comic Relief funded clean water tap in a slum in Freetown. The slum is supported by Y-Care international and local partner YMCA Sierra Leone. Comic Relief Awarded these projects funds to provide 1800 unemployed young people with training, academic skills as well as metoring to assist them in finding jobs. In addition awareness raising campaigns on hygine, with a bid to educating the population on the causes and spread of Ebola.

Positive News - Surrey Docks Farm Blacksmith
       
     
Positive News - Surrey Docks Farm Blacksmith
 Danny Dyer with Nurse Lucia during a visit to the OLA During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance.  Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries.  Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses.  In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes  were fully implemened.  Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.
       
     

Danny Dyer with Nurse Lucia during a visit to the OLA During Childrens Hospital, GAVI Alliance. Comic Relief has funded GAVI since 2012 and awared funds in 2014 to purchace and deliver three lifesaving Vaccines to hundres of thousands of children in a selected number of African countries. Immunisation is one of the most effective ways of preventing children from dying from diseses. In africa alone, 600,000 children each year could be saved in vacccine programmes were fully implemened. Most countries have now introduced immunisation programmes in their national health plans, but almost a quater of african children are stil not being vaccinated adequately.

 Russell Kane and Katy Brand, Red Nose Convoy drivers next to their vehicle.
       
     

Russell Kane and Katy Brand, Red Nose Convoy drivers next to their vehicle.

 Russell Kane dances with Kadama Widows as they greet the Red Nose Convoy at Kadama Widows Association before they deliver the Bicycles they've brought from  Nairobi in the convoy.  The Kadama Widows Association carries out training in HIV awareness and prevention and helps local health centres reach more people within the community. Additionally, they’ve helped people living with HIV to start small businesses, so that they can earn a living and buy nutritious food to help them stay well.
       
     

Russell Kane dances with Kadama Widows as they greet the Red Nose Convoy at Kadama Widows Association before they deliver the Bicycles they've brought from Nairobi in the convoy. The Kadama Widows Association carries out training in HIV awareness and prevention and helps local health centres reach more people within the community. Additionally, they’ve helped people living with HIV to start small businesses, so that they can earn a living and buy nutritious food to help them stay well.

 Michaela Coel talks with Violet, a midwide at the Kibera AMREF Centre. AMREF provides training for hundreds of community health workers to help pregnant women, babies and those living with HIV to be healthy and safe.
       
     

Michaela Coel talks with Violet, a midwide at the Kibera AMREF Centre. AMREF provides training for hundreds of community health workers to help pregnant women, babies and those living with HIV to be healthy and safe.

 Russell Kane, Hugh Dennis, David Baddiel, Katy Brand, Reggie Yates and Michaela Coel celebrate at Nagongera Boys School, the last stop on the Red Nose Convoy after delivering their vital supplies consisting of over 8000 mosquito nets.  Malaria Consortium, which ensures insecticide treated nets were distributed to pregnant women and children in the area of Tororo, in Uganda. In addition, local communities were taught how to best prevent, detect and treat malaria.
       
     

Russell Kane, Hugh Dennis, David Baddiel, Katy Brand, Reggie Yates and Michaela Coel celebrate at Nagongera Boys School, the last stop on the Red Nose Convoy after delivering their vital supplies consisting of over 8000 mosquito nets. Malaria Consortium, which ensures insecticide treated nets were distributed to pregnant women and children in the area of Tororo, in Uganda. In addition, local communities were taught how to best prevent, detect and treat malaria.

 Russell Kane, Hugh Dennis, David Baddiel, Katy Brand, Reggie Yates and Michaela Coel arrive at Nagongera Boys School, the last stop on the Red Nose Convoy to deliver their vital supplies consisting of over 8000 mosquito nets.  Malaria Consortium, which ensures insecticide treated nets were distributed to pregnant women and children in the area of Tororo, in Uganda. In addition, local communities were taught how to best prevent, detect and treat malaria.
       
     

Russell Kane, Hugh Dennis, David Baddiel, Katy Brand, Reggie Yates and Michaela Coel arrive at Nagongera Boys School, the last stop on the Red Nose Convoy to deliver their vital supplies consisting of over 8000 mosquito nets. Malaria Consortium, which ensures insecticide treated nets were distributed to pregnant women and children in the area of Tororo, in Uganda. In addition, local communities were taught how to best prevent, detect and treat malaria.