Comic Relief In Da Bungalow!

Competition Winner Meets Dick & Dom
Red Nose Day The Dick And Dom Way!
Funday Times: In The Nose! (13 February 2005)

Dick And Dom Visit Irish In Aid Of Comic Relief!
Dick & Dom Irish Footage On The BBC
Rupert Grint beats Dom at Bogies!

NEWS UPDATE (2 March 2005):
Celebrities will be: Brian Connolly, Fearne Cotton, Rowland Rivron, Craig Doyle, Sara Cox, Rupert Grint, Carol Vorderman, Antony Worrall-Thompson,Sheila Ferguson, Colin McAllister, Justin Ryan, McFly, Will Mellor, Fran Cosgrove. (According To Radio Times)

NEWS UPDATE (27 February 2005):
BBC ONE - 11th March 2005 - ±19:30
Dick and Dom are joined by Sara Cox and Rupert Grint in a game of Pro Celebrity Bogies.

NEWS UPDATE (26 February 2005):
A host of daring celebrities join Dick and Dom for Comic Relief In Da Bungalow, raising the roof from Monday 7-Thursday 10 March on BBC One, BBC Two and The CBBC Channel. Among those going “Big Hair & Beyond” each day are Rowland Rivron, Fearne Cotton and McFly, whose All About You/You’ve Got A Friend is this year’s Comic Relief single.The madcap mayhem climaxes in Red Nose Night Live ’05 on Friday 11 March.

Bogies and Bungalowheads are going Big Hair And Beyond as the double Children’s Bafta award-winning CBBC show Dick & Dom In Da Bungalow goes even crazier for this year’s Comic Relief 2005. In a special series, six celebrities join Dick and Dom to play outrageous games in a bid to win Bungalow points. Already confirmed for some Bungalow fun, are Brit Award-winning pop band McFly; more special guests are set to be announced soon. There are also extra-special versions of the cult game Bogies, in which celebrities battle it out in public places with Dick and Dom to see who can shout the word “Bogies!” the loudest. The winner will compete in the Celebrity Bogies Final, to be held live on Red Nose Night (Friday).

Dick and Dom say:
“Make sure you get all of your friends involved in making loads of money for Comic Relief.  The first thing to remember is to go out and buy a Red Nose to wear on Friday 11 March – and put your own special bogie inside it! 
Why don’t you think of your own ways to raise some money?  Just think of the silliest thing you could possibly do and then do it.  And remember, the more bogies the better!”