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Red Nose Day Challenges
Challenges 2022 (homepage)
Tom Daley's Hell of a Homecoming
This Red Nose Day, national hero and diving superstar Tom Daley took on an epic endurance challenge as he rowed, cycled, swam and ran his way from the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford to his hometown of Plymouth for one hell of a homecoming.
Catch all the drama from Tom’s epic challenge in an exclusive Comic Relief 1 hour Special - Tom Daley’s Hell of a Homecoming on BBC iPlayer(opens in new window).
Rowing home with Jordan North
BBC Radio 1 DJ Jordan North took on the challenge of a lifetime as he attempted to row the nation's canals between London and his hometown Burnley – all to raise money for Comic Relief this Red Nose Day.
Catch all the action from Jordan’s relentless rowing challenge in an exclusive 30-minute Comic Relief special – Rowing Home with Jordan North on BBC iPlayer(opens in new window).
The Red Nose and Spoon Race
The Red Nose and Spoon Race returned for another year this Red Nose Day, as two teams led by The One Show’s Owain Wyn Evans and Angellica Bell, battled it out as they took on the ultimate race.