Viewers from across the UK raised £46,624,259 for BBC Children in Need.
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To honour the life and career of radio and TV presenter, Sir Terry Wogan, the BBC has renamed BBC Western House in Central London to BBC Wogan House.
Tonight BBC One takes viewers to the Royal Albert Hall for a special fundraising concert in memory of the late broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan.
Graham Norton is today confirmed as joint host of BBC Children In Need 2016 alongside Tess Daly, Greg James, Ade Adepitan, Rochelle Humes and Marvin Humes.
At the start of today’s This Morning on ITV, hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby spoke live to Eamonn Holmes, Ruth Langsford and Gloria Hunniford who were outside London’s Westminster Abbey ahead of Sir Terry Wogan’s memorial service.
Celebrity friends and fans have been paying tribute to Sir Terry Wogan.
ATV Today celebrate with a photo gallery the life and times of broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan, who has died aged 77. Over the years Terry hosted many radio and TV series, including Lunchtime with Wogan for ATV and Blankety Blank for BBC One.
The BBC this morning have confirmed that Sir Terry Wogan, due to an undisclosed health issue, will not be taking part in the 2015 Children In Need telethon on BBC One and a replacement has been signed-up.
Sir Terry Wogan will be joined by Tess Daly, Fearne Cotton, Rochelle Humes and Nick Grimshaw as they return to host the BBC Children in Need Appeal show on Friday the 13th of November at 7.30pm on BBC One.
The BBC’s annual Children In Need Appeal was broadcast live to the nation last night across BBC One and BBC Two from BBC Elstree. The end of night total was a record £32,620,469. Veteran broadcaster Terry Wogan once again presided over the seven-hour long show with assistance from Tess Daly, Fearne Cotton, Rochelle Humes and Nick Grimshaw. “Thank you for all you have done for BBC Children in Need, the money raised this evening is going