Weekend Wogan is a Sunday morning radio programme on BBC Radio 2 in the United Kingdom, which was presented by Sir Terry Wogan. The show, which began its run on 14 February 2010, marked Sir Terry's return to the airwaves following his decision to step down as presenter of the weekday breakfast show, Wake Up to Wogan in December 2009.

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  • Weekend Wogan is a Sunday morning radio programme on BBC Radio 2 in the United Kingdom, which was presented by Sir Terry Wogan. The show, which began its run on 14 February 2010, marked Sir Terry's return to the airwaves following his decision to step down as presenter of the weekday breakfast show, Wake Up to Wogan in December 2009. From November 2015 the show took an extended hiatus due to Wogan's ill health, an illness from which he died in January 2016 making his final broadcast on 8 November 2015. The show continued with guest hosts until 29 November 2015 after which it was temporarily replaced by regular cover show Madeley on Sunday presented by Richard Madeley. Michael Ball will take over the slot on a permanent basis from April 2016, returning to the show he vacated in 2010 to allow Wogan to present. The programme featured guests and live music from BBC Radio 2 studios at Western House in London. It was broadcast for approximately 40 Sundays a year, with the remaining 12 being taken by an interim show, which since May 2012 was Madeley on Sunday. Previously the interim show was Michael Ball's Sunday Brunch. (en)
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  • Weekend Wogan is a Sunday morning radio programme on BBC Radio 2 in the United Kingdom, which was presented by Sir Terry Wogan. The show, which began its run on 14 February 2010, marked Sir Terry's return to the airwaves following his decision to step down as presenter of the weekday breakfast show, Wake Up to Wogan in December 2009. (en)
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