Start the day the perfect way with Wogan's wit and whimsy, plus news, travel, weather and some of the greatest hits.
At 8.00 auctioneer Paul Viney joins Wogan for the Children in Need auction.
Throughout the week listeners are invited to bid for items money cannot buy.
To make a bid, phone [number removed] at the cost of a local call.
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starts her programme with a mix of music and chat, including listeners' views and comments. Lifestyle and leisure interests figure largely - features from the kitchen and garden to health and consumer matters, with expert advice from the team of contributors.
Including the grand finale of this year's Children in Need auction. Joining him will be auctioneer Paul Viney with the last items to bid for in the auction, including a chance to spend a day sailing with John McCarthy on his boat.
Judi Spiers launches the 1995 appeal on Radio 2. During the next 24 hours you can help choose the music while raising money for charity. In exchange for a donation you can request a record or dedication, or even "Challenge Rolf" - as Rolf Harris attempts to adapt well known tunes to his own inimitable style of music-making. Throughout the event there will be news of some of the more unusual ways in which people have raised money, as well as news of how children all over the UK benefited from generosity last year.
The Pledgeline number is freecall [number removed]
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