Long-running talk show featuring relaxed and informal chat with celebrity guests.
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Long-running talk show featuring relaxed and informal chat with celebrity guests.

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1982 (UK)  »

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Terry Wogan was momentarily silenced when actress Leni Harper serenaded him on his own BBC TV show with the song "Terry Wogan", by The RJ Wagsmith Band. See more »

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Referenced in Drop the Dead Donkey: A New Dawn (1990) See more »

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The best of the 80s
4 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

Who can forget Wogans legendary chat show from the 1980s. From the opening theme music the fun began. He always seemed to have an unusual mix of celebrities which usually guaranteed unpredictable and great Live TV. i think it ran 3 nights a week at 7pm on BBC1 and interviews that stick in the mind are obviously George Best drunken appearance, antiques wonder-kid James Harries and the Joan Rivers, Julian Clary and Beryl Reid interview which turned into a bitch-fest. Another feature of the show was the "live" link ups to celebrities in America on the big screen. It always seemed to end with Wogan saying something like " our satellite link is fading, well have to say goodbye" or the screen would go blank or fuzzy.


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