Adrian Chiles & Frank Skinner go for the million for CAFOD

On Tuesday 28 January, TV and radio stars Adrian Chiles and Frank Skinner will appear in one of the last ever episodes of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?, raising money for their chosen charity, CAFOD.

Adrian and Frank decided to join forces to show their support for our work in some of the poorest communities in the world.

Adrian, who will be hosting ITV’s coverage of the World Cup from Brazil this summer, recently travelled to Guatemala and El Salvador to see the difference our World Gifts programme is making to people’s live.

Find out more about Adrian’s visit to Central America.

The two friends are following in the footsteps of fellow CAFOD supporters Dermot O’Leary and his father Sean, who appeared on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? in 2002, and won £32,000 for our work in Sierra Leone and other countries.

Make sure you tune into ITV at 20:00 on Tuesday 28 January to see how Adrian and Frank fare in the famous Millionaire hot seat.

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About cafodhallam

CAFOD is an aid and development agency dedicated to improving the lives of the poorest in our world. In the UK we work to educate people about the causes of poverty, inspire them to campaign to address issues of social justice and inequality, and support them in fundraising activities. Overseas we work with local partners in 40 countries in South America, Africa and Asia to deliver long-term development projects and emergency aid. CAFOD's headquarters are in London and CAFOD Hallam is the local office for Sheffield and the surrounding area.

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