What's On Weekly - 14/11/13

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(14th Nov)

Children in Need Rocks - BBC1, 8.00pm

Fearne Cotton and Chris Evans present a spectacular concert led by Children in Need's biggest supporter, Gary Barlow. The concert, staged over two nights at the Apollo in Hammersmith, features some surprise collaborations held in support of Children in Need, alongside performers such as Robbie Williams, Kings of Leon, Barry Manilow, Ellie Goulding, Dizzee Rascal, Nicole Scherzinger, Little Mix, Tom Odell, Rizzle Kicks, Bastille, the Lumineers, Passenger and The Wanted - all doing their bit for Pudsey!


Children's Day in India

In India, Children's Day is celebrated on 14th November which is the birthday of the country's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru.

Jawaharlal Nehru was called Chacha Nehru (Uncle Nehru) or Chachaji (Uncle) by the kids and always emphasised the importance of love and affection towards children as he saw them as the bright future of India.

Schools, offices and organisations all get involved, and schools especially hold cultural performance run by the children themselves. Why not do something special with your children this weekend - take them on a fun day out, or if its raining why not all put on a performance yourselves!



(15th Nov)

Children in Need 2013 - BBC1, 7.30pm

Presented by Terry Wogan and Tess Daly, this year's Children in Need is set to be a big one! With a whole evening of fundraising fun and a massive line up of stars, tune in to the fun to support disadvantaged children across the UK. 

Kicking off with a medley of songs from the West End cast of Matilda, the show will also feature JLS performing some of their greatest hits, and to top it all off there will be a real treat for Doctor Who fans with an exclusive clip from the long-awaited 50th anniversary episode! One Direction will also be making an appearance, along with Gary Barlow who will be introducing a nationwide choir of 1,500 children united in song. 

Get to the BBC Children in Need website to find out about more of the amazing things happening this Friday!

One more sneak peak though - Ellie Goulding will be performing the official Children in Need single, How Long Will I Love You! 


Live International Football England v Chile - ITV, 7.30pm (Kick Off 8.00pm) 

After finishing 3rd in the South American qualifiers, Chile progressed to the finals in Brazil but ended up losing half of their fixtures in the process - 50/50, so how will their form be on the night?

Either way Roy Hodgson will be expecting his "in form" side to continue where they left off against Montenegro and Poland.

Bring it on.  


World Philosophy Day

"To know, is to know that you know nothing. That is the meaning of true knowledge." - Socrates

The 15th November celebrates World Philosophy Day which aims to celebrate philosophical reflection and heritage. As well as this the day hopes to promote new ideas and public debate to create better civil society.

World Philosophy Day is a UNESCO day that has been celebrated since 2002 and on every third Thursday of November various events around the world invite people to join rational discussion and philosophical debate!

Do you have a favourite philosopher? Let us know what your favourite quotes are! 



(16th Nov)

Live International Rugby Union Ireland v Australia - BBC2, 4.55pm

Gabby Logan introduces coverage of the Ireland v Australia match at the Aviva Stadium. Matches between these two nations have produced a mixture of results in recent years! Who are you cheering for?

This is the second of three fixtures for Ireland this month, with the ultimate test against New Zealand to follow!


Live Rugby League World Cup Third Quarter Final - BBC2, 7.30pm (Kick-off 8.00pm)

Mark Chapman introduces coverage of the third quarter final  fixture at the DW Stadium in Wigan.

Featuring the Group A runners-up against the third-placed team in Group B!



(17th Nov)

I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! - ITV, 9.00pm

Join Ant and Dec as a fresh batch of celebs enter the Australian wilderness. Enjoy your favourite famous faces battle Bushtucker Trials, bugs, rations, rain, heat and hunger (apart from those Kangaroo testicles), all in the name of entertainment.

No certainty yet but rumours say this year's contestants may include Paul Gascoigne, Rylan Clark, Joey Essex, Lucy Pargeter, Steve Davis and Chris Huhne!


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