Leading UK aid agencies are to make a television appeal to raise funds for the disaster relief efforts in Nepal following Saturday's earthquake.
The Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) Nepal Earthquake Appeal will be screened on the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5 and Sky tomorrow.
Actress Joanna Lumley will front the advert and she said she had been left "deeply saddened" by the tragedy.
The death toll has surpassed 4,000, with officials warning it could rise further as rescue teams reach more remote areas.
Nick Clegg said he was inspired to be interested in politics by his history teacher Mr Smith, who "terrified the living daylights" out of him by telling him world war three was imminent.
Research by the Education and Employers Taskforce suggests 80% of independent schools regularly have external speakers to talk to pupils about career options, they want to extend these opportunities to state school children.
Other figures supporting the scheme include Apprentice star and entrepreneur Karren Brady, actress Joanna Lumley and the head chef of The Ivy restaurant, Gary Lee.