Phil Collins performs "One More Night" at the piano and chats to Terry about his busy schedule, including his recent tour in Japan, getting offered a part in Miami Vice (1984) and his experience at the Oscars.
A special edition of the popular BBC TV series Wogan where Delia Smith and Terry Wogan launched the Food Aid book. Guests included some of the artists and celebrities featured in the book such as Brian Grimwood, Chloe Cheese, Debbie Cook, Alan Adler, Glynn Boyd Harte and a special appearance by Sir Bob Geldolf. Food Aid was the first great 'Famine Aid' project following Bob Geldolf's initial Band Aid in 1984 and Live Aid in 1985. This episode of Wogan also featured two of Britain's entries for The Eurovision Song Contest.
To coincide with the release of Cry Freedom (1987), Terry interviews anti-apartheid campaigners Donald Woods and Wendy Woods, the subjects of the film, and they are joined by singer Peter Gabriel, who talks about the inspiration for his song "Biko" and why he believes pop stars can use their influence to achieve political change.