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Terry Wogan

28 minutes
First broadcast:
Thursday 03 July 2014

Sir Terry Wogan chooses the prose and poetry that mean the most to him, with the help of special guests, David Jason and Frances Tomelty who read works by a variety of writers from Yeats to Robert Frost and PG Wodehouse. Finbar Furey provides live music.

Producer: Maggie Ayre

Sir David Jason reads Vitai Lampada by Sir Henry Newbolt
Frances Tomelty reads When You Are Old by WB Yeats
Finbar Furey sings Sweet Sixteen
Sir David Jason reads an excerpt from Elegy In A Country Churchyard by Thomas Gray
Sir David Jason reads Gussie's Prizegiving Speech from Right Ho Jeeves by PG Wodehouse
Frances Tomelty reads Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening by Robert Frost and In Westminster Abbey by Sir John Betjeman
Finbar Furey sings Raglan Road.


Terry Wogan
David Jason
Frances Tomelty
Finbar Furey
Maggie Ayre


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