Free tickets for BBC event
This year's Sport Relief at the BBC will bring together top names from the worlds of music, sport and entertainment in a bid to top 2008's fund-raising total of 28 million pounds.
Presented by Gary Lineker, Christine Bleakley, Richard Hammond, Claudia Winkleman, James Corden, Davina McCall, Patrick Kielty and Fearne Cotton, this year's Sport Relief single will be performed by Robbie Williams.
There will be live performances from JLS, Lemar and Annie Lennox and special editions of Ashes to Ashes, Strictly Come Dancing, Outnumbered, A Question of Sport, Masterchef, Walk on the Wild Side and The One Show (some items may have been pre-recorded).
You can enter a random draw for tickets at any time until Wednesday 10 March at 10pm.
No applications will be accepted after this date and time.
You can apply for a maximum of four tickets and one recording per household.
As some of the audience will be required to stand in the studio, please let the BBC know of any access requirements on application.
Live on Friday 19 March at BBC Television Centre in Wood Lane, there will be two audiences on the night. Doors open for the first audience at 6.15pm and for the second audience at 10pm.
To enter the random draw call the BBC Ticket Line on 0370 901 1227.
March 4, 2010