Race Across The World announces baffling spin-off series – and it's hitting screens tomorrow | The Sun

RACE Across The World has announced a new mind-boggling spin-off series – and it's coming to screens tomorrow.

Viewers of the BBC show can now look forward to a new hilarious sketch parody.

Race Across The World's, new spin-off series,Race Across Yorkshire in celebration of BBC Children in Need 2023 will hit screens tomorrow.

The show will air on BBC One and BBC iPlayer at 7pm.

Three well-known TV characters will battle to be the first to cross the UK's largest county's rolling dales and dramatic moors.

However, Mobile phones and credit cards are not allowed as per the rules of Race Across The World. 

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All they will have is a map of Yorkshire, a GPS tracker and their wits as they aim for the final checkpoint which is, the town of Pudsey located between Leeds and Bradford.

Coincidentally Pudsey is also the name of BBC Children in Need’s mascot and iconic yellow bear). 

EastEnders, Ian and Cindy Beale (Adam Woodyatt and Michelle Collins)will race against Birds of a Feather’s Dorien and Tracey (Lesley Joseph and Linda Robson) and Waterloo Road’s Noel and Samia (Liam Scholes and Priyasasha Kumari).  

Along the way the three teams will bump into some famous Yorkshire faces too – Emmerdale's Kim Tate, Marlon Dingle and Cain Dingle.

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Former X factor star, Gareth Gates who is from Bradford will also appear in the show, as well as Wakefield's Jane McDonald and Paul Chuckle, half of Rotherham's famed Chuckle Brothers.

Waterloo Road’s Noel and Samia (Liam Scholes and Priyasasha Kumari) are also joining the cast list.

With almost three million acres, there are plenty of places for these stars to get lost in Yorkshire.

The couples will have a tight travel budget and so to reach the finish line, they must work to earn extra cash, using good, old-fashioned Yorkshire graft.

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