British stars Sir Terry Wogan and Cerys Matthews sing Doris Day’s “Que Sera Sera” to raise money for ‘Children in Need’ appeal

November 14, 2009 No Comments

British radio & television legend Sir Terry Wogan has covered Doris’s trademark tune ‘Que Sera Sera’ in aid of the BBC’s Children in Need appeal.

BBC Children in Need, with its Pudsey bear mascot, is the annual telethon held by BBC television. Since 1980, the event has raised over £500 million (over $800 million) to help improve the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the United Kingdom.

This years show takes place on Friday, 20 November 2009 at 7.00pm on BBC One, with a variety of entertainment acts all doing their bit to raise money. The seven hour live show is hosted by Sir Terry Wogan and will feature performances by Pixie Lott, Taylor Swift, Alesha Dixon, Spandau Ballet, Madness, Harry Connick Jr, Sugababes, Stereophonics, Little Boots, Paolo Nutini, Nolan Sisters, Cheryl Cole, Westlife, Alison Moyet and Annie Lennox.

One of many fund-raising projects for this years appeal is a new album BANDAGED TOGETHER. The CD and download double album features the charity single ‘All You Need Is Love’ as well as a cover version of the Doris Day classic ‘Que Sera Sera’ which is performed by Sir Terry Wogan and Welsh Rock chick Cerys Matthews (Catatonia).

Download the album now from iTunes

CD 1

  1. All you need is love – Bandaged (With Nick Mason)
  2. Zoo be Zoo – Clare Teal and Pee Wee Ellis
  3. Que Sera Sera – Sir Terry Wogan and Cerys Matthews
  4. We all stand Together – Hayley Westenra, Lee Mead and the Togs chorus (featuring Sir Terry Wogan)
  5. My Favourite things – Grant Windsor Trio and My Favourite Girls
  6. Turn the world around – Anthony Head
  7. Fields of Athenry – Finbar Furey, Red Hurley and Sir Terry Wogan
  8. When you wish upon a Star – Gretchen Peters
  9. What the world needs now – Aled Jones and Primary School choir
  10. Confidence – Elio Pace
  11. Catch a falling Star – Beth Rowley


  1. Me and My Teddy Bear – Sharon Corr
  2. Bangers and Mash – Mark Radcliffe and Sally Boazman with The Smithills School Senior Brass Band
  3. Silver Bells – Sir Terry Wogan and Aled Jones
  4. Little Boxes – Ade Edmondson and the Bad Shepherds
  5. Baby Mine – Elaine Paige
  6. Listen to the Children – Red Hurley
  7. Bring me Sunshine – Ken Bruce and Lynn Bowles
  8. Hole in my Bucket – Sarah Kennedy & Matthew Kelly
  9. Runaway train – Alex Lester
  10. All You Need is Love – Goodnight Mix (With Nick Mason)
  11. Goodnight – A D Chivers
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