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20100808Sir Terry Wogan is joined by Ben's Brother aka Jamie Hartman and his band, whose debut album 'Beta Male Fairytales' was a huge success in 2007.
Jamie Hartman is a consummate songwriter who has written for Natalia Imbruglia, Anastacia and Will Young and he'll be performing live from the BBC Radio Theatre in London.
Sharon Corr is also Sir Terry's guest, best known for being a member of the Irish music sensation The Corrs, Sharon's singing live on the show, including her brand new solo single - 'Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime'.
The legendary US musician Leon Russell who's worked with Glen Campbell, George Harrison, Frank Sinatra and Bob Dylan also joins Sir Terry to perform live in the BBC Radio Theatre.
He talks about his stellar career and new album - 'The Union' - he's recorded with Sir Elton John.
Chef and TV Presenter of BBC One's Saturday Kitchen James Martin also pops in for a chat.
There's also live music from the Elio Pace House Band.
Plus the old salty seadog John 'Boggy' Marsh drops in with some wit and aplomb in another edition of Weekend Wogan.
Sir Terry Wogan is joined by Sharon Corr, Ben's Brother, Leon Russell and James Martin.
20100815Sir Terry Wogan is joined by Queen's Brian May and West End star Kerry Ellis.
Brian has produced Kerry's debut album 'Anthems' and the pair perform together live in the BBC Radio Theatre in London.
Fyfe Dangerfield, the leader of critically acclaimed experimental pop ensemble Guillemots also joins Sir Terry after he recently turned solo earlier this year and has enjoyed enormous success.
Covering Billy Joel's classic track 'She's Always A Woman' the singer waltzed into the upper regions of the charts and he performs live.
There's also live music from the Elio Pace House Band.
Plus the old salty seadog John 'Boggy' Marsh drops in with some wit and aplomb in another edition of Weekend Wogan.
Sir Terry Wogan is joined by Brian May, Kerry Ellis and Fyfe Dangerfield performing live.
20101010Sir Terry Wogan is live from the BBC Radio Theatre in London with the legendary singer-songwriter Chris De Burgh and multi Grammy Award winning musician John Legend both performing live on the show.
Plus British singing superstar Sandie Shaw sings live.
There's also live music from the Elio Pace House Band.
Plus the old salty seadog John 'Boggy' Marsh drops in with some wit and aplomb in another edition of Weekend Wogan.
Sir Terry Wogan has live music from guests Chris De Burgh, Sandie Shaw and John Legend.

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