Weekend Wogan highlights from BBC Radio 2, star guests and interviews and lots of Wogan magic.
Sun, 19 May 13
28 days remaining
Joe McElderry tells all about recording with Dionne Warwick and singing with Beyonce. Stewart Francis and Sir Terry compare wives and discuss The Lumberjacks Tour. Plus there are listener missives pondering Eurovision and David Beckham's retirement.
Sun, 12 May 13
21 days remaining
Jamie Cullum compares notes with Sir Terry on fatherhood and presenting a show on Radio 2. Phill Jupitus explains the bizarre premise for his brand new UK tour. The listeners as ever managed to stick their oar in too.
Sun, 5 May 13
14 days remaining
OMD describe their transformation from has-beens to icons. Jack Jones clarifies whether he’s actually retiring or not. Plus Basil, Sybil and their new waiter Manuel drop in from The Faulty Towers Dining Experience.
Sun, 28 Apr 13
7 days remaining
Bonnie Tyler looks ahead to Eurovision in Malmo and brushes up on a little Swedish. Madeleine Peyroux splits the breeze with Sir Terry, discussing her brand new album The Blue Room. Plus the listeners rallied round with some whimsical delights.
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