Sir Terry Wogan will be speaking about his collection of short stories at the Folkestone Book Festival

Sir Terry Wogan will be speaking about his collection of short stories at the Folkestone Book Festival
Location: The Quarterhouse, Mill Bay, Folkestone, Kent, CT20 1BN
The Quarterhouse
Mill Bay Folkestone, Kent CT20 1BN UNITED KINGDOM

Date: 27/11/2015 19:30 - 27/11/2015 19:30

Sir Terry Wogan will be speaking about and reading from his new collection of short stories, Those Were The Days. Sir Terry Wogan's stellar career in TV and radio has spanned 40 years. His thrice-weekly live chat show attracted TV audiences of many million and ran for a successful eight years. His morning Breakfast show on Radio 2 won a host of broadcasting awards, and a regular record-breaking audience of over 8 million every morning. He currently hosts Radio 2's Sunday Weekend Wogan. He is also well-known for his legendary commentaries on The Eurovision Song Contest, and his presenting of the BBC's Children in Need, that has raised almost a billion pounds over the past 35 years.

About Terry Wogan

Sir Terry Wogan's stellar career in TV and radio spanned more than forty years. His thrice-weekly live chat show attracted TV audiences of many millions and ran for eight years. His breakfast show on BBC Radio 2 -Wake Up to Wogan - won a host of broadcasting awards and was adored by his legions of fans, regularly reaching record-breaking audiences of over 8 million. He was also beloved for his legendary commentaries on the Eurovision Song Contest, and his presenting of BBC Children in Need - the charity has raised almost a billion pounds over the past thirty five years. The short story collection, Those Were the Days was Terry's first foray into writing fiction. He died in January 2016, aged seventy-seven.