It's almost that time of the year where communities and celebrities come together to drum up millions of pounds for BBC Children in Need.

Everyone's favourite Pudsey bear will be back on our screens with a whole host of celebrities and entertainment, sure to get the money rolling in.

Sadly, Sir Terry Wogan, who died earlier this year, was the show's long-standing host of more than 30 years and will be sorely missed by all.

In honour of the legendary broadcaster, a special concert BBC Children in Need Rocks for Terry was held and The Sir Terry Wogan Fundraiser of the Year Award 2016 launched.

So here's everything you need to know about what's happening this year:

When is the Appeal Show?

The 2016 BBC Children in Need Appeal Show is on Friday, November 18.

Where is it being held?

This year the show will be aired live from BBC Elstree Studios in Borehamwood.

Children in Need
Children in Need

Who are the presenters?

Graham Norton will be joint host of BBC Children in Need 2016 alongside Tess Daly, Greg James, Ade Adepitan, Rochelle and Marvin Humes.

Graham Norton said: “It is a huge privilege to join the presenting team for the Children in Need Appeal show. This year we’d love to raise as much money as we possibly can in honour of the late Sir Terry Wogan."

What's in store for this year's show?

Viewers can expect the cast of EastEnders to get silly in their skit from 7.30pm; Dr Who from 8pm; and there will be a Strictly Come Dancing special with none other than Team GB Olympians from 8.30pm.

Eddie Redmayne star of Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them will be in a sketch filmed on the set and the actor will be joined by Bake Off presenters Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkin.

For music, Little Mix will take to the stage; there will be a pre-recorded performance from Michael Buble, and of course Craig David will be singing the official Children in Need 2016 single All We Needed.

Watch the movie trailer for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

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Trailer for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

What time does all the fun start?

The show on BBC One starts at 7pm with a special episode of the One Show with the main programme running from 7.30pm to 10pm.

It then moves over to BBC Two until 10.40pm when it reverts back to BBC One until 1am.

How much was raised through BBC Children In Need last year?

Last year a record-breaking £37,100,687 was raised. The final fundraising total for 2015 was £55m.

The charity is supporting 2,400 projects in the UK helping to make a difference to lives of disadvantaged children and young people suffering from a range of issues from homelessness and neglect to poverty, serious illness or bereavment.

How to donate?

To make a donation you can use your bank's phone or online service and pay to:

Account name: BBC Children in Need Appeal

Account number: 51535293

Sort code: 40-05-30

By phone

Use your credit or debit card on the donation line: 0345 7 33 22 33 (calls charged at standard geographic rates)

By text

DONATE to 70405 to donate £5

DONATE to 70410 to donate £10

DONATE to 70420 to donate £20

Online

Use BT MyDonate on the Children in Need website

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