The veteran BBC broadcaster Terry Wogan died of cancer in the early hours of Sunday morning aged 77, his family has confirmed.
The news was fittingly announced on-air in a statement by Bob Shennan, the controller of Radio 2, the station where he worked on-and-off since 1972.
His fellow radio DJ and successor as the voice of Eurovision, Graham Norton, paid touching tribute on Twitter, saying Sir Terry made the job "seem effortless".
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