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Edith Bowman presents an appeal on behalf of Epilepsy Society, a charity that is transforming the lives of people with epilepsy through scientific research, as well as providing care and support.

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2024
Gyles Brandreth presents an appeal on behalf of Rainbow Trust Children's Charity, who provide emotional and practical support to families who have a child with a life-threatening or terminal illness.
Alison Steadman presents an appeal on behalf of the Huntington’s Disease Association, a charity that works to support anyone affected by the disease.
Kellie Bright presents this month’s appeal on behalf of Sense, a charity dedicated to helping those who are deafblind or living with complex disabilities.
Arlene Phillips presents an appeal on behalf of Leukaemia Care, a charity dedicated to ensuring that anyone affected by a leukaemia diagnosis receives the best possible support.
Wendi Peters presents an appeal on behalf of Guide Dogs, a charity that provides life-changing services for adults and children with vision impairments.
Episodes 2023
Jamie Laing presents an appeal on behalf of the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), a national charity leading the movement against suicide.
Steve Brown presents an appeal on behalf of Designability, a national charity that creates innovative products and services with and for disabled people.
Colin Firth presents an appeal on behalf of Action for Stammering Children, the national charity for children and young people who stammer, their families and the communities who support them.
Nicki Chapman presents an appeal on behalf of The Brain Tumour Charity, which funds vital research, as well as providing support and information for people with brain tumours and their families.
Mark Lane presents an appeal on behalf of Thrive, a charity that helps disabled and disadvantaged people to make positive changes to their lives through the therapeutic benefits of gardening.
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