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They revealed the news at the start of tonight’s episode that the latest episode would be an hour-long instead of the usual 90 minutes.
As Ant revealed details of the competition, he warned viewers: “And you haven’t got long this week, we’re only on for an hour, you’ve only got until eight o’clock. ”Dec, also 41, could only laugh uncomfortably as the audience fell about in stitches.
"We can't thank The Oxford Mail and sponsors Allen Associates enough for their continued amazing support of this very special hospital and, of course, none of this would have happened without the incredible runners and walkers." She added: "Last time around 1,000 people took part and raised an incredible £126,000 so we are hoping everyone will put this date in their diary and join us again at Blenheim Palace and make a real difference for our patients." Registration will open soon but in the meantime runners can find more information by visiting uk/ox5run, where there are also pictures of the previous runs.
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Although no specific announcement has been made about “inevitable” store closures, Jessops stores in Bexleyheath Broadway, Bromley and at Bluewater are three of the 192 nationwide at risk.
However, it was clearly a bone of contention for the Geordie hosting duo after they kept mentioning the shorter time throughout the instalment.
Tonight’s episode also saw This Morning hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield taking part in the Make 'Em Laugh challenge, which saw the latter donning stockings and suspenders as well as a little red tutu.
In previous years the money has paid for two open incubators for babies in the paediatric intensive care unit, and an ultrasound machine for minimally invasive surgery, as well as a sensory room to distract and entertain children in its high dependency unit, equipment to stabilise premature babies and a specialist nurse for children with severe asthma.
Gail Williams, fundraising and events manager for Oxford Hospitals Charity, said: "This amazing event at Blenheim Palace has now raised nearly £1 million over the years for the Oxford Children's Hospital so it is an incredibly important event for us.
Another contestant also falsely named Madonna in a list of British musicians.