BBC Entertainment Sport Relief Beckham CROPIf you like a bit of a laugh you’ve probably seen clips of Sports Relief on YouTube or been lucky enough to catch the show live on a trip overseas.

Known for making absolute fools of British sports stars, Sports Relief is a kind of skit show that takes big-name stars, combines them with top-notch comedians and then sells it to the public to raise funds for various good causes.

This year David Beckham has stepped up to the plate to be part of Sports Relief with comedian James Corden – as his alter ego of Smithy from the popular TV show Gavin and Stacey – in a kind of weird bromance skit; you can see a teaser in the video below.

The full skit will run on Monday, March 26 from 8pm on BBC Entertainment, which is available on StarHub Cable Channel 521.

Stephen Fry and Jeremy Clarkson join Becks this year alongside regular Sports Relief stars like David Walliams – from Little Britain and Come Fly with Me – who takes on crazy physical feats.

As part of the whole BBC support of Sports Relief, the channel will be running Little Britain’s Big Swim on Tuesday, March 27 at 8pm where Walliams actually swims the English Channel.

On Wednesday, March 28 at the same time, you get to watch comedians Fearne Cotton, Miranda Hart, Russell Howard, Patrick Kielty, Davina McCall and Jimmy Carr pedal their way across the length of Great Britian non-stop for four days in The Million Pound Bike Ride.

Walliams returns with another “amazing feat”, this time spending eight days to swim the lenght of the Thames River in David Walliams’ Big Swim on Thursday, March 29 at 8pm; stand-up comedian, John Bishop travels from the Arc de Triomphe in Paris to Admiralty Arch in London in five days using only a bicycle, a rowing boat and his own two legs, in John Bishop’s Week of Hell that airs on Friday, March 30, from 8pm and in Sport Relief Does The Apprentice on Saturday, March 31, at the same time, Lord Alan Sugar gets to test the business skills of a bunch of celebrities.

On the last day of the whole Sport Relief Goes Global week of entertainment, there’s a bunch of sketches from top British and international sports stars and comedians, as well as TV stars like the cast of Doctor Who – four hours of comedy in fact – on Sunday, April 1, from 6.30pm. April Fool’s Day? Hmmm … it makes one wonder just what this year’s event will get up to.

You can get all the details of the shows and the programming from www.bbc.com/globalsportrelief or just head to BBC Entertainment on StarHub Cable Channel 521 from Monday, March 26 and then “bookmark” the channel for the rest of the week. If you like a good laugh, you can go past Sport Relief for a bit of fun.

Sports Relief Goes Global will run on BBC Entertainment on StarHub Cable Channel 521 from Monday, March 26, from 8pm. Got to www.bbc.com/globalsportrelief for details. Image: SØLVE SUNDSBØ