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Terry Wogan combines live and recorded music, with star guest singers.

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Sir Terry Wogan is live from the BBC Radio Theatre in London and joined by actress and comedienne Maureen Lipman plus Irish singing sensation Brian Kennedy. Hit pop group The Real Thing also join Sir Terry to perform live.

The Elio Pace Houseband are back with more live music to liven up your Sunday lunchtime.

Plus John 'Boggy' Marsh makes an appearance for Radio 2's Janet & John - Stories of the Marsh Family.

Sir Terry Wogan has guests Maureen Lipman, The Real Thing and Brian Kennedy.

20100711

Sir Terry Wogan is live from the BBC Radio Theatre in London with special guest Bernard Cribbins. There will also be live music from Australian singer-songwriter Gabriella Cilmi and Jon Allen who'll be performing tracks from his album 'Dead Man's Suit'.

Plus the Elio Pace House Band will be performing live and John 'Boggy' Marsh returns for more fun and frolics.

Sir Terry Wogan is joined by Bernard Cribbins, Gabriella Cilmi and Jon Allen.

20100725

Sir Terry Wogan has the national treasure Tony Christie and American singer-songwriter Gretchen Peters performing live in the BBC Radio Theatre in London. Plus comedian and writer Barry Cryer and world renowned New Zealand soprano Dame Kiri Te Kanawa join Terry as his special guests.

The Elio Pace Houseband return with even more live music and John 'Boggy' drops by to join in with the weekly wit and aplomb of Weekend Wogan.

Sir Terry has guests Tony Christie, Gretchen Peters, Barry Cryer and Dame Kiri Te Kanawa

20100801

Sir Terry Wogan is joined by distinguished actor and director Richard Wilson plus there's live music from Marti Pellow and UK singer-songwriter Paloma Faith. Her hit single 'New York' was so good she's releasing it again from the album - 'Do You Want The Truth Or Something Beautiful?'

There's also live music from the Elio Pace Houseband.

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 Richard Wilson, Marti Pellow and Paloma Faith.

20100808

Sir 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.

20100808

Sir 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.

20100815

Sir 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.

20100815

Sir 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.

20100822

Sir Terry Wogan is live from the BBC Radio Theatre in London with Bee Gees star Robin Gibb joining him on the show as his special guest plus Kiki Dee will be singing live ahead of her UK tour.

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 live from the BBC Radio Theatre with Robin Gibb and Kiki Dee.

20101003

Sir Terry Wogan is back with a new series of Weekend Wogan and this week presents a very special show, live from the London Palladium, in aid of BBC Children in Need.

Today's guests include Status Quo, JLS, KT Tunstall, Beverley Knight, Imelda May, Ben Montague, Jimmy Tarbuck, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Danielle Hope (winner of BBC One's Over the Rainbow), and there's also live music from the Elio Pace house band. Plus, John 'Boggy' Marsh joins in the fun and frolics.

Sir Terry is back with a special live show in aid of BBC Children In Need.

20101010

Sir 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.

20101010

Sir 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.

20101017

Sir Terry Wogan is live from the BBC Radio Theatre in London with a feast of live music, including pop rockers The Hoosiers performing live. Then from the other side of the Atlantic there are three phenomenal US musicians; singer-songwriter Huey Lewis singing with the House Band and a live performance from fellow American Tift Merritt. Plus Joshua Radin also sings live on the show.

As usual there's 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 The Hoosiers, Huey Lewis, Tift Merrit and Joshua Radin

20101017

20101024

Sir Terry Wogan is live from the BBC Radio Theatre in London with star guests Judie Tzuke, Ruthie Henshall and Seth Lakeman all joining him to perform live on the show.

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 live with guests Judie Tzuke, Ruthie Henshall and Seth Lakeman

20101031

Sir Terry Wogan is live from the BBC Radio Theatre in London with Scottish singing sensation Lulu and Grammy Award winning US singer-songwriter Mary Chapin Carpenter performing live.

Terry's also joined by actors Roy Hudd and Sir Michael Gambon in conversation.

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 live with Lulu, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Roy Hudd and Sir Michael Gambon.

20101031

20101107

Sir Terry Wogan is live from the world famous BBC Maida Vale Studios in London with Irish pop group Westlife, American singer-songwriter Raul Malo and British musician Thea Gilmore performing live on the show.

Plus English tenor Alfie Boe will be singing 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 live from Maida Vale with Westlife, Raul Malo, Thea Gilmore & Alfie Boe

20101107

20101114

Sir Terry is back in the studio with a 'Money Can't Buy Auction' in aid of BBC Children In Need.

Call 0500 22 11 22 to place your bid.

You can cook for Raymond Blanc, have a night at the opera with Alfie Boe, perform live on Weekend Wogan with Elio and the band and more.

Sir Terry has another 'Money Can't Buy Auction' in aid of BBC Children In Need.

20101114

20101121

Sir Terry Wogan is live from the world famous BBC Maida Vale Studios in London with Irish rockers The Script, Welsh singing sensation Charlotte Church and the first lady of musical theatre Elaine Paige performing live on the show.

There's also 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 The Script, Elaine Paige and Charlotte Church performing live

20101121

20101128

Sir Terry Wogan is live from the BBC Radio Theatre in London with a feast of live music from English tenor Russell Watson, pop-synth duo Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark, West End singer and actress Brenda Edwards and winner of the Paul Walters Guitar Prize from the Brit School - Richard Craker.

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 has guests Russell Watson, Brenda Edwards, OMD and Richard Craker

20101128

20101205

Sir Terry Wogan is live from the BBC Radio Theatre in London with Welsh mezzo-soprano Katherine Jenkins performing live and the Men in Scarlet - The Chelsea Pensioners. Pop duo The Lightouse Family sing live and the Great British actor of stage and screen Sir Patrick Stewart joins Sir Terry in conversation.

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.

Katherine Jenkins, Sir Patrick Stewart, Lighthouse Family & Chelsea Pensioners join Terry.

20101205

20101212

Sir Terry Wogan is live from the BBC Radio Theatre in London with American singer-songwriter Josh Groban performing live. Plus a host of British talent joins Sir Terry - Rumer performs tracks from her debut album "Seasons Of My Soul", the incredible Liane Carroll sings live and The Great British Barbershop Boys get you in the festive spirit.

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 live with Josh Groban, Rumer and The Great British Barbershop Boys.

20101212

20101219

Sir Terry Wogan is live from the BBC Radio Theatre in London with star guests Gilbert O'Sullivan, Aled Jones and the London Community Gospel Choir all performing live in this festive feast.

Plus comedian Jimmy Carr joins Terry in conversation.

There's also live music from the Elio Pace House Band.

Sir Terry Wogan has guests Gilbert O'Sullivan, Aled Jones, Jimmy Carr and a Gospel Choir.

20101219

20101226

The Best of Weekend Wogan from 2010 with a feast of live music from some of the great artists who have graced the Weekend Wogan stage.

Plus and a galaxy of star guests who have joined Sir Terry throughout the year in conversation.

The Best of Weekend Wogan from 2010 with a host of live music and a galaxy of star guests.

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20110102

The Best of Weekend Wogan from 2010 with a feast of live music from some of the great artists who have graced the Weekend Wogan stage.

Plus and a galaxy of star guests who have joined Sir Terry throughout the year in conversation.

The best of Weekend Wogan from 2010 with a host of live music and a galaxy of star guests.

20110102

20120506

Sir Terry Wogan eases you into your Sunday brunchtime with music and musings.

This week he's joined by the Grammy-nominated jazz and blues singer Melody Gardot. Growing up in Philadelphia, she began taking music lessons at nine and was playing piano in lounges by the time she was sixteen. After being hit by a car at nineteen, music became a key therapeutic element in her lengthy recovery process. Today she is a strong advocate for music therapy as a result. Melody recently performed at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival, and her new album is released on May 28th.

20120513

Sir Terry Wogan eases you into your Sunday morning with music and musings.

This week he catches up with the British comedian, writer, journalist, producer and actress Meera Syal. Best known in the UK for co-creating "Goodness Gracious Me" and her appearance in "The Kumars at No. 42", she was awarded an MBE in 1997 and has been voted one of the fifty funniest acts in British comedy.

He'll also welcome a performance from the Italian-English singer/songwriter Jack Savoretti. Born in London but raised in Switzerland, he didn't pick up a guitar until he was sixteen. Since then he has released two albums, with 2007's "Between The Minds" becoming Radio 2's Album Of The Week. His new album is set for release at the end of May.

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