And he gets a little help from the likes of Sharon Osbourne and David Gray...
They joined the likes of Chris Evans, former Radio 1 DJ Zoe Ball, comedians Frank Skinner and Ricky Gervais and Prime Minister Tony Blair for the charity event yesterday (January 17), which saw 268 commercial stations suspend individual programming for the special broadcast, reports the BBC.
Davina McCall and Dermot O’Leary kicked off proceedings at 6am with a two hour show.
Tony Blair then joined Chris Evans for an interview about the tsunami disaster and mobile ringtones.
The Prime Minister also auctioned off a guided tour of Downing Street for £11,000.
Liam Gallagher later played a live acoustic version of ‘Songbird’.
Further performances came from Ronan Keating, Jamelia and [a][/a].
The radio marathon attracted an audience of 20 million people and each station donated a day’s profits to the 12 hour charity event.