Terry Wogan and Radio 2's 'Money Can't Buy' auction with stunning 'Money Can't Buy' packages to raise money for BBC Children in Need.
In today's 'Money Can't Buy' auction for BBC Children in Need, Terry Wogan gives listeners the chance to fly with The Blades wingtip-to-wingtip alongside the world's last Vulcan bomber or enjoy an exclusive wedding package from three fabulous British designers (Jeff Banks, Ritva Westenius & Jimmy Choo). Other lots on offer today include the chance to spend a day on set with the Gardeners' World team and the children's TV presenter Angellica Bell gives a family of four the opportunity to fly to Lapland and meet Father Christmas.
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Terry hosts the 'Money Can't Buy' auction for BBC Children in Need from 8am-9am on his breakfast show from Monday (16th) until Thursday (19th November). This will be his last auction as presenter of the Radio 2 breakfast show as he leaves the Breakfast Show at the end of the year. On Friday (20th November) the whole station gets involved to raise money for the charity with Radio 2's 'Music Marathon', starting with Sarah Kennedy at 6am and concluding at 7pm with Chris Evans. During Radio 2's 'Music Marathon' for Children in Need listeners pledge money to have a chance to hear their favourite song played by their favourite Radio 2 DJ.
'MONEY CAN'T BUY' AUCTION LOTS DURING THE REST OF THE WEEK:
On Wednesday, 18th November: A luxury make-over with the fashion expert Gok Wan is up for auction! So is a glimpse behind-the-scenes during filming of 'Lark Rise to Candleford'; a VIP lunch with three national treasures - Maureen Lipman, Michael Palin and Sir Terry Wogan; and there's a chance for someone to steam ahead from London to York by riding on the footplate of The Tornado (the only steam locomotive to be built in Britain since 1960).
On Thursday, 19th November: Terry rounds off his last 'Money Can't Buy' auction for Children in Need as Radio 2's breakfast show presenter. He gives listeners the chance to bid to spend a day on set during filming of the new series of 'Marple' with Julia McKenzie and be a supporting actor! Other lots on offer include help from the expert genealogists behind BBC TV's 'Who Do You Think You Are?'; dinner with Westlife or the legendary Chef Raymond Blanc (these are two separate lots); and there's a treat for fans of Six Nations Rugby.