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Sir Terry Wogan casts an eye back on his days fronting the nation's biggest chat show.
|S01E01||Oscar Winners||16/03/2015||Sir Terry Wogan takes a nostalgic look back at some of the biggest stars and best moments from his long-running chat show. The interviewees in this episode are all Oscar winners, and the line-up features Audrey Hepburn, Gregory Peck, James Stewart, Cher, Gene Hackman, Mel Brooks and a very nervous Anne Bancroft.|
|S01E02||Odd||17/03/2015||Sir Terry Wogan looks back on his days at the helm of the Wogan show, and remembers some of the more curious and unexpected moments. The list of guests includes a cart-wheeling Nicolas Cage, a slurring George Best and a bizarre encounter with David Icke. Plus Macaulay Culkin, a fresh-faced Boris Becker and one of Take That's first appearances on national television.|
|S01E03||Funny||18/03/2015||Sir Terry Wogan remembers some of the funniest guests he got to talk to whilst presenting his Wogan show. The line-up includes early appearances from Steve Coogan and Harry Enfield, classic encounters with Pete and Dud, Les Dawson and Ernie Wise, and a sparkling turn from American funnyman Billy Crystal.|
|S01E04||Leading Ladies||19/03/2015||Sir Terry Wogan casts an eye back on his days fronting Wogan, the nation's biggest chat show. In this episode he presents songs and interviews with an inspiring line-up of leading ladies, including Madonna, Diana Ross, Jodie Foster, Celine Dion, Drew Barrymore, a young Catherine Zeta-Jones and the much-married man-eater Zsa Zsa Gabor.|
|S01E05||Best of British||20/03/2015||Sir Terry Wogan presents more magical moments from his days in the hot seat of Britain's best-loved chat show. Today's roll call is made up from some of the very best of British talent, and features appearances from Barbara Windsor, Roald Dahl, David Attenborough, Bob Geldof, Aled Jones and Cilla Black, plus Terry joining Bruce Forsyth for some song and dance.|
|S01E06||Small Screen Stars||23/03/2015||Sir Terry Wogan presents more magical moments from his days in the hotseat of Britain's best-loved chat show. In this episode, he's focusing on some of the biggest stars of the small screen, including the cast of Dad's Army, Star Trek's Leonard Nimoy, Doctor Who's Colin Baker, and a bizarre exchange with Parker from Thunderbirds. There is also an explosive encounter with Ade Edmondson, plus music from Dudley Moore, Lulu and Kylie Minogue.|
|S01E07||Toughies||24/03/2015||Sir Terry Wogan guides us through a selection of enduring encounters from his days as grand inquisitor on the Wogan show. In this episode, his list includes film heroes Arnold Schwarzenegger, Roger Moore, and Christopher Reeve, and screen queens Bette Davis and Joan Collins. There's music from Jerry Lee Lewis and the Bee Gees, and a hilarious interview with Naked Gun star Leslie Neilsen.|
|S01E08||Entertainers||25/03/2015||Sir Terry Wogan takes a trip down memory lane, looking back on his favourite magical moments from the Wogan show. In this episode, he remembers his encounters with some of the entertainment world's top stars, including Liza Minelli, Tina Turner, Robin Williams, Elton John and Sammy Davis junior - plus Terry displays his own singing talents, accompanied by Sir Geraint Evans.|
|S01E09||Unusual||26/03/2015||Sir Terry Wogan remembers more standout moments from his time in the hotseat on the Wogan show. In this episode, the memorable mix includes Quentin Crisp, Fanny Craddock, a rare encounter with media mogul Rupert Murdoch, sharp words between writers Jackie Collins and Barbara Cartland, and song and conversation with the Three Tenors - Luciano Pavarotti, Jose Carreras and Placido Domingo.|
|S01E10||Americans||27/03/2015||Sir Terry Wogan remembers some memorable moments from the Wogan show. In this episode, he focuses on the biggest names from America who crossed the pond to join him for some conversation. The line-up includes Rock Hudson, Tony Curtis, Lee Marvin, Willie Nelson and Stevie Wonder, plus stars from the great American soap operas Dallas and Dynasty.|
|S01E11||Glamour||30/03/2015||Sir Terry Wogan remembers some memorable moments from the Wogan show. In this episode he selects some of the most glamourous guests that graced the programme including Lauren Bacall, Cher, Whitney Houston, Sophia Loren and Dolly Parton. Plus an early encounter with pop star Boy George.|
|S01E12||Action Heroes||31/03/2015||Sir Terry Wogan remembers some memorable moments from the Wogan show. In this episode the guests have all starred in some of cinema's biggest action adventures and the roll call includes Sean Connery, Harrison Ford, Clint Eastwood, Liam Neeson, and Denzel Washington.|
|S01E13||Real People||01/04/2015||Sir Terry Wogan remembers some memorable moments from the Wogan show. This episode features rare interviews with HRH Princess Anne, the then prime minister Margaret Thatcher, model Naomi Campbell and footballer Paul Gascoigne. Plus music from Peggy Lee, and an early performance by violinist Vanessa Mae.|
|S01E14||Actors||02/04/2015||Sir Terry Wogan remembers some memorable moments from the Wogan show. This episode features some of Britain's finest acting talents, with a cast that includes Judi Dench, Helen Mirren, Julie Walters, Bob Hoskins, Pierce Brosnan, Christopher Lee and Kenneth Branagh. There's also music from Sting and Kate Bush.|
|S01E15||Funny: Part 2||03/04/2015||Sir Terry Wogan remembers some memorable moments from the Wogan show. This episode includes laughter and chat with Ronnie Barker, Fry and Laurie, Rik Mayall, John Cleese, Joan Rivers and two comedy Bobs - Hope and Monkhouse.|