Following on from his extraordinary 140 mile Thames swim, Little Britain star David Walliams is helping BT to raise £1 million for Sport Relief 2012 by lending his voice to the BT Speaking Clock.

The Sport Relief hero will be joining a host of other stars to give the nation the time of day because, for five weeks only, he’ll join Chris Moyles, Kimberley Walsh, Gary Barlow and Fearne Cotton as the voice of the BT Speaking Clock.

To celebrate their new star voice, BT is running a competition on their Facebook page giving fans a chance to win a limited edition David Walliams wall clock. All you have to do is dial 123 from a BT landline between Tuesday 6th March and Sunday 8th April for the BT Speaking Clock, raising vital funds for Sport Relief at the same time and guess the mystery celebrity voice telling the time that day. If you’re right your name will automatically be placed in a daily prize draw to win.

David Walliams said: “I was relieved to hear that BT only wanted my voice this time around and not for me to take on another gruelling challenge. I am thrilled to be the newest voice of the BT Speaking Clock, because it gives me another opportunity to help BT raise £1 million for Sport Relief. For the duration of the competition, every time you call to hear my dulcet tones from a BT landline, BT will donate 10p to Sport Relief 2012 – it’s as easy as 123.”

The BT Speaking clock has been providing the exact time since 24th July 1936 and is accurate to five thousandths of a second. The regular voice of the speaking clock is Sarah Mendes da Costa, who became the fourth permanent voice of the BT Speaking Clock after winning a nationwide competition in 2007.

But, in celebration of Sport Relief 2012, between Tuesday 6th March and Sunday 8th April, BT will donate 10p for every call made to the BT Speaking Clock from a BT landline, as part of its pledge to raise a whopping £1million for Sport Relief 2012.

To call the BT Speaking Clock and hear David Walliams and all the other stars whilst raising money for Sport Relief at the same time just dial 123 from any BT landline phone from now until 8th April.

Source: Sport Relief

comments powered by Disqus

Latest news

Actor Theo James Appointed as Global Goodwill Ambassador for UNHCR

Actor Theo James Appointed as Global Goodwill Ambassador for UNHCR Jul 19, 2024

UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, last month announced the appointment of the British actor Theo James as its newest global Goodwill Ambassador. More
More news