BBC Radio 2's soon-to-retire breakfast presenter Sir Terry Wogan has been talking about a competition on a commercial radio station.
Wogan was reading out a comment from a listener about being approached about the Real Radio Renegade.
"Some ladies came up to me saying finding the renegade would be worth five thousand pounds and I was looking kind of veague," a listener wrote, and was retold by the presenter on national radio at peak time.
Wogan proceeded to talk about the month-long promotion which took place on Real Radio in the Northwest and finished on Friday last week.
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