Casualty: Matthew Afolami will be reminded of his past in Africa(Image: BBC)Kate Garraway leaves Emma Raducanu open mouthed with Vogue claimMusicians from across the globe will be coming together to tackle the issues of climate change and poverty through song.
The first episode of the night will begin at 5:30pm and will air for 90 minutes before coming to an end at 7pm.This is when coverage of Strictly will begin as all 15 couples perform the first time in front of the viewing public and the judges.Due to how many performances there will be, the show is airing a bumper instalment of around two hours and 20 minutes.
Casualty: Stevie Nash has already got rid of one character on the show(Image: BBC)Strictly will end at 9:20pm before the second instalment of the Global Citizen Live coverage continues for another hour.At 10:30pm, Match of the Day will take its usual slot and provide viewers with a roundup of the football news. headtopics.com
Following this programme, Global Citizen Live will carry on through until the early hours of the morning, meaning there is no space on the schedule for Casualty to air.Though fans need not fear as the medical drama is coming back with a bang after a fortnight off air as the Emergency Department has new threats to face.Read more: Daily Express »
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