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2 hours
First broadcast:
Sunday 03 July 2011

Sir Terry Wogan eases you into your Sunday lunch with music and musings. This week, he invites Bill Roache in for a chat and Mica Paris performs.

British actor Bill Roache is known for his signature role as Ken Barlow in soap Coronation Street, in which he has starred for more than 50 years since the programme began in 1960. This makes him officially the longest-serving television actor in the world. Roache has appeared in This Is Your Life and Stars In Their Eyes (as Perry Como), and in 1999 he was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award for his Coronation Street role at the British Soap Awards. He also received an MBE in 2001.

English soul singer and presenter Mica Paris started her musical career as a gospel singer, before releasing her debut album So Good in 1988 at just nineteen years old. The album went platinum and Paris released second album Contribution in 1991, which featured the song If I Love U 2 Nite, written for her by Prince. While continuing her music, releasing a further six albums, Mica started presenting work with Soul Solutions on Radio 2, before appearing on television programmes including What Not To Wear. Her debut album was re-released in May and she is currently working on a new album.

Music Played

21 items
  • Hour 1

    • Image for Elton John

      Elton John I'm Still Standing

      Elton John Greatest Hits 1970-2002, Mercury

  • Image for KT Tunstall

    KT Tunstall Suddenly I See

    (CD Single), Relentless Records

  • Image for Ike Turner

    Ike Turner and Tina Turner River Deep Mountain High

    The Best Of The Rock'n'Roll Years Vo, BBC

  • Image for Gus MacGregor

    Gus MacGregor My Two Feet

  • Image for Take That

    Take That Patience

    (CD Single), Polydor

  • Mica Paris in session for Weekend Wogan

    • Image for Mica Paris

      Mica Paris My One Temptation live in session

  • Image for Mica Paris

    Mica Paris I Love You More Today Than Yesterday live in session

  • Image for Small Faces

    Small Faces Itchycoo Park

    Sunny Afternoon - Sound Of The 60's,V, Old Gold

  • Image for Chairmen of the Board

    Chairmen of the Board Give Me Just A Little More Time

    Hits Of Hot Wax & Invictus (Various), Hdh

  • Image for Juan Zelada

    Juan Zelada Breakfast In Spitalfields

    High Ceilings & Collarbones, Decca, 1

  • Image for Frank Sinatra

    Frank Sinatra and Nancy Sinatra Somethin' Stupid

    Frank Sinatra - The Reprise Years, Reprise

  • Image for The Swinging Blue Jeans

    The Swinging Blue Jeans The Hippy Hippy Shake

    The Hits Of 1963 (Various Artists), EMI

  • Hour 2

  • Image for Madonna

    Madonna Material Girl

    Madonna - The Immaculate Collection, Sire, 2

  • Image for Will Young

    Will Young Your Game

    (CD Single), BMG/19

  • Image for Lindi Ortega

    Lindi Ortega Little Lie

  • Image for Huey Lewis

    Huey Lewis and The News The Power Of Love

    Huey Lewis & The News - Fore!, Chrysalis

  • In conversation with William Roache

  • Image for The New Seekers

    The New Seekers I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony)

    70's Number Ones Vol 2, Old Gold

  • Image for Junior

    Junior Mama Used To Say

    And They Danced The Night Away, Debutante

  • Image for Duffy

    Duffy Warwick Avenue

    (CD Single), A&M, 1

  • Mica Paris in session for Weekend Wogan

    Mica Paris in session for Weekend Wogan


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