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The Celebrity Bank Job with Martin Kemp, Krishnan Guru-Murthy, Shappie Khorsandi and Olivia Lee

The Celebrity Bank Job with Martin Kemp, Krishnan Guru-Murthy, Shappie Khorsandi and Olivia Lee

The second celebrity edition of The Bank Job will air live on Channel 4 tonight.

George Lamb will host the special show with an all-star celebrity team who aim to pull off the ultimate heist, in the name of their favourite charities.

The four celebrities – Actor Martin Kemp, news presenter Krishnan Guru-Murthy, and comedians Shappie Khorsandi and Olivia Lee – will take on the vault packed with hundreds of thousands of pounds of real money.

Once inside they will go head-to-head to answer questions on the buzzer and against the clock. But only one of them can leave with the cash, so who will crack under the pressure and who will get rich and get out?

The Celebrity Bank Job – Channel 4 / Channel 4 HD – 9:30pm to 10:30pm.

Last night Countdown co-host Rachel Riley won £36,000 for her chosen charities.

Updated: Saturday 17 March 2012
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