Mustn’t Grumble - Terry Wogan

PUBLISHED: 11:30 28 September 2006 | UPDATED: 14:50 12 May 2010

Terry Wogan

Terry Wogan

THE man who has virtually become the embodiment of BBC Radio 2 explains his life and times. He s been around for 35 years now and apart from his appeal to millions of listeners each day he has become the authoritative voice for the Eurovision Song Contest

THE man who has virtually become the embodiment of BBC Radio 2 explains his life and times.

He's been around for 35 years now and apart from his appeal to millions of listeners each day he has become the authoritative voice for the Eurovision Song Contest and the backbone to the BBC Children in Need appeal.

The book takes a journey from childhood to knighthood.

It is an honest account of a man who has endeared himself to the nation by being so natural.


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