Sir Terry Wogan is one of the most popular entertainers in Britain today. His radio show has a regular audience of over eight million listeners and his column in the SUNDAY TELEGRAPH has been voted one of the most popular in the newspaper. His fan-base seems to grow with each passing year but what must it be like to live the life of Sir Terry Wogan KBE? WOGAN'S TWELVE puts you in the passenger seat as Terry journeys through a helter-skelter year. From radio to TV studio, from hosting a charity event to experiencing the thrills of a Eurovision Song Contest, to sitting in the garden of his French chateau waiting for the rain to stop, there's no denying that Terry Wogan does more in one year than most people do in a lifetime. With diary entries and Matt cartoons through the months, this is a wonderfully witty, off-the-wall account of the year's highlights, the lunacies of the modern world, and of course the Eurovision Song Contest. It's a perceptive insight, warm with Terry's distinctive voice, and a must-have for his millions of fans.
Terry Wogan was born in Limerick and educated at Crescent College. Terry's extensive television credits include WOGAN, THE EUROVISION SONG CONTEST, COME DANCING and BLANKETY BLANK, to name but a few. In 1993 Terry rejoined BBC Radio 2 to present WAKE UP TO WOGAN the most listened to breakfast show in the UK. In a moment of weakness Her Majesty the Queen honoured him with a Knighthood in 2005. He is married to the sainted Helen, the present Lady Wogan, and has two sons and a daughter.