Terry Wogan is gone, make way to Graham Norton and Andrew Lloyd Webber! Surely Graham can make the British clue into their screens as usual but can Andrew make them gain some points, too? The rumour is he is going to compose the songs for the winner of a sort of X-factor/Pop Idol kind of show to select the singer him being in charge of the judges. He has composed 13 musicals (Cats, Jospeh and the amazing technicolor jacket, The Phamtom of the Opera, Evita, Jesus Christ Superstars...), won 7 Tonys, 3 Grammys, one Oscar, one Emmy, 7 Olivers and one Golden Globe. But did you know he is no stranger to Eurovision? In 1967 he wrote with Tim Rice Try it and see without success. The song later became King Herod's song in Jesus Christ Superstar! Other memorable titles include Memory, Don't cry for me Argentina, Any dream will do and Madonna's You must love me.