It is 40 years since Sir Terry Wogan decided to leave Ireland and to seek his fortune across the water in England. In that time, Ireland has changed beyond all recognition - and so has Terry. Now, in the wake of his retirement from BBC Radio 2, Terry's going 'home'. In the autobiographical journey of a lifetime he travels back to Dublin, the city he left behind as a teenager, and all the way back to Limerick, where he was born, taking in the length and breadth of the heart-stoppingly beautiful Irish Coast en route. En route to his childhood home, he visits a 'moving' statue of the Virgin Mary, experiences some dismal weather on the Ring of Kerry and remembers the Lovely Gerrals pageant in Tralee - as well as asking what it means to be Irish today... So possibly a bit of diddledee with a bit of depression on top. Cheers Terry!