Series 17, Episode 14 - Jenson Button, Andre Agassi, Terry Wogan, N-Dubz
Sir Terry, who retires from the BBC Radio 2 breakfast show this month, says: "My heart says stay, my head says go. There's never a good time to go but there's a right time to go." He is dreading his last breakfast show on Friday 18 December: "It'll be emotional, a wrench, my whole life is going to change but it's about time." And says about TV: "I don't think I ever want to do something on a daily basis again, that's beyond me now."
Formula One World Champion Jenson Button tells Jonathan he is looking forward to rivalry with his new teammate Lewis Hamilton: "It's a massive challenge for me racing against Lewis but that's the challenge I want." Jenson says he won't let his girlfriend drive him: "I'm not the best passenger. My girlfriend passed her driving test last year but she hasn't driven a car since."
Andre Agassi says hatred of tennis scholl forced him to win: "Tennis school was more like a glorified prison camp, like Lord Of The Flies with forehands. The only way to get out was to succeed." He says of Wimbledon: "Wimbledon scared me... they made you feel like a stranger in your own tournament."
He also tells Jonathan how he used hair clips to hold his wig on at the French Open: "I was praying for a result that day... for my hair to stay on!"
And Andre says he rates Roger Federer as the greatest of all time: "Playing Federer I go into a panic mode from the word go... the greatest player I ever played against."
N-Dubz performed Shoulda Put Something On.
- Friday 11th December 2009
- BBC One
- 60 minutes
Cast & crew
|Jonathan Ross||Host / Presenter|
|David Roper (as Four Poofs and a Piano)||Band|
|David Wickenden (as Four Poofs and a Piano)||Band|
|Ian Parkin (as Four Poofs and a Piano)||Band|
|Stephen de Martin (as Four Poofs and a Piano)||Band|
|Suzi Aplin||Executive Producer|
|Katie Taylor||Executive Producer|
|Addison Cresswell||Executive Producer|
|Richard Drew||Production Designer|