Stars help set charity kazoo record
Miranda Hart and David Morrissey were among the stars who buzzed their way into the record books as part of the world's biggest kazoo band.
Comic Miranda and actor David joined members of the audience at the BBC Radio 3 Red Nose Show at London's Royal Albert Hall to set a new record for the Largest Kazoo Ensemble when they played Wagner's Ride Of The Valkyries and the Dambusters March.
They set a new record with 3,910 members taking part - 49 more than the previous record, which was set in Sydney, Australia, in 2009.
Other celebrities who took part included David Baddiel, Edith Bowman, Penny Smith and Stephen Mangan who said: "Being part of this record-breaking kazoo ensemble is probably one of the highlights of my entire life - the fact that we now hold the Guinness World Record is exciting beyond words."
The event will be broadcast on BBC Radio 3 on Friday at 7pm.