. As Red Nose Day approaches this Friday, two points spring to mind. The first one is, why is Lenny Henry still on TV? He stopped being funny mid-1980s when he was doing all that Delbert Wilkins stuff. But secondily, why do we bother? Red Nose Day was set up all those years ago to help fight the famine in Ethiopia and over the years millions of pounds has been raised. Where does it all go? I'm pretty sure there's still a famine in Ethiopia, so all that money raised has been wasted. Surely the money would be better spent at home, helping are own starving Africans. It just seems we're put through scenes of "celebrities" crying crocodile tears over some dying African urchin, with flies all round his gob, all night for no real reason. Nothings ever going to change out there. People at the top will always take the money to keep them in the lavish lifestyle they lead, all the while their people are dying. Seems to me that Red Nose Day has it's priorities all wrong, instead of buying aid and mosquito nets and should be funding mercenaries to overthrow these people. Until then nothing will change and until then I won't be donating or buying a Red Nose. Just saying like.