For nearly 40 years, Terry Wogan's cheeky smile, soft Irish brogue and gentle banter laced with caustic sarcasm have skipped along the airwaves to captivate his audience. Before age reduces those devoted TOGS ('Terry's Old Geezers or Gals' - distinguishable by their cries of 'Why did I come upstairs again?') to gibbering incontinents, the man himself takes us through an incredible career that began with Midday Spin on BBC Radio, encompassed a thrice-weekly prime-time TV show, a Top Twenty hit song (well number 21!) and then returned to Radio 2 with Wake Up to Wogan...Along the way we get a chance to see Terry at his most charming, most amusing and even his most frustrated self in gems of light entertainment from Miss World, The Eurovision Song Contest, Wogan's Web, Come Dancing, Celebrity Squares, New Faces, Blankety Blank, his chat show series Wogan and his various radio shows. All of which naturally leaves us asking if this amiable, ever-middle-aged gentleman known to his committed listeners (and even some at liberty) as the Togmeister could really be the most popular presenter ever to appear on British TV and radio?