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Sir Terry Wogan raises his voice for BBC Children in Need

Oct 13 2008

Sir Terry Wogan raises his voice for BBC Children in Need

~ Radio 2 legend and colleagues record voices for TomTom sat navs to raise funds for BBC children’s charity ~

13 October 2008 – Some of the best-loved radio personalities in the UK are using their famous voices to raise money for the BBC Children in Need Appeal by recording instructions for TomTom satellite navigation devices.

BBC Radio 2 favourites, Sir Terry Wogan, Alan ‘Deadly’ Dedicoat (‘voice of the balls’ from the National Lottery show), Sally ‘Traffic’ Boazman and Welsh traffic reporter, Lynn Bowles, have all generously given their time to record the voices, which are available to download from the Charity Goods web site (www.charitygoods.com) for just £8.00. They can also be purchased on CD for £10.00 inc P&P.

Samples of the voices, and full instructions on how to install them on a TomTom device can be found on the Charity Goods site.

Other items available from the site include the TOGs (Terry’s Old Geezers/Gals) Calendar and a range of ‘Janet and John’ story CDs from the Wake Up To Wogan show. £3 million has been raised so far for Children in Need by the Charity Goods web site and volunteers.

This year’s BBC Children in Need takes place on Friday 14 November. Full information is available at http://www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey/. £37 million was raised in 2007, which will support thousands of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.

TomTom portable sat nav devices guide drivers on their way with audible, turn-by-turn instructions and 3D maps. Other entertaining voices available for TomTom devices include celebrities such as Kim Cattrall, John Cleese, Mr T, Burt Reynolds and Dennis Hopper, as well as a New York cab driver and a Freudian psycho-analyst (available from the TomTom web site at < href="http://www.tomtom.com">www.tomtom.com)

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