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Roger Moore on Wogan

2nd February 2016

After the passing of broadcaster Terry Wogan, take a trip down memory lane with Roger Moore in 1985

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Irish broadcasting legend Terry Wogan, who made millions of friends in the UK with his decades on the radio and television, passed away this week. His weekday BBC chatshow in the '80s and '90s welcomed everyone from Madonna to Raquel Welch, David Bowie to Nicolas Cage.

Over the years he also entertained a raft of talent from the Bond films. Here we look back at Sir Roger Moore's appearance on the programme in 1985 when he was promoting what would be his last 007 adventure, 'A View To A Kill.'


'Roger Moore interview on 'Wogan' (BBC) June 1985

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