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Children in Need 'to raise more than 18 million' 8 November 2011 Last updated at 07:57 ET BBC Children in Need is to return on 18 November with a seven hour show that will include performances from One Direction and JLS. Sir Terry Wogan, who has
It is two years since our monarch and eight million of her subjects ceased to Wake Up To Wogan when he retired his breakfast slot was filled by Chris Evans but he remains a raconteur of such effortless finesse he ad-libs his way through every
I don't simply mean that his Sunday morning programme, Weekend Wogan ( Radio 2 ), has returned for a new series. Instead, after a much-needed rethink of a programme that never worked on air with its live audience, interviews and boomy sound, it felt
Ken McKay/Rex Features When Chris Evans replaced Sir Terry Wogan on BBC Radio 2 the station gained more than a million extra listeners. But the "Evans effect" appears to have faded after listening figures revealed the breakfast show had lost all the
Sir Terry Wogan is to receive an honorary degree from a university in a place he once called the "Lost City". The TV and radio presenter will be handed the honorary degree of doctor of laws from the University of Leicester in a ceremony on 16 July,
The BBC's task of filling the space on its schedules left by the departure of Jonathan Ross this summer began yesterday after Graham Norton was confirmed as his replacement on Radio 2. The Over the Rainbow host will take over the Saturday morning
The DJ Chris Evans has achieved what few radio industry observers thought possible, and added more than a million listeners to the audience of his Radio 2 breakfast show, which for much of the past four decades has been the domain of Sir Terry Wogan.
And Evans appears to be feeling the strain, judging by his bright white hair...A white-haired Chris Evans goes for a stroll near his Berkshire home over the weekend And as he took a stroll near to his Berkshire home over the weekend, his famous
Evans has faced a backlash from some listeners since taking over Sir Terry's BBC Radio 2 show, with bookie William Hill offering odds on Evans quitting before the end of the year...He said of his loyal followers, nicknamed Togs: "I asked all Togs to
The 71-year-old opened the first edition of his new show by saying: "God, it's been hell without you!" Weekend Wogan, broadcast live in front of a studio audience from central London, included performances and chat with Jamie Cullum and Norah Jones.