Terry Wogan: Tributes paid as BBC broadcasting legend dies of cancer aged 77
The veteran BBC director Terry Wogan died of cancer on Sunday morning at the age 77, the family has confirmed.
The BBc director he worked on-and-off since 1972 at the radio station Radio 2. Bob Shennan announced on-air his dead.
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”.