Presenter Terry Wogan Has Died Aged 77 After A Brief Battle With Cancer
Twitter has been flooded with tributes this morning for the Limerick man
Another tragic announcement has been made this morning, as presenter Terry Wogan passed away last night from a brief battle with cancer at the age of 77.
Born in 1938 in Limerick, Wogan appeared on TV and radio for the BBC. His family released a statement shortly after his death,
Sir Terry Wogan died today after a short but brave battle with cancer. He passed away surrounded by his family. While we understand he will be missed by many, the family ask that their privacy is respected at this time.
Here are just a few of the tributes shown to the legendary presenter on Twitter this morning.
He has now left, entirely empty, my childhood kitchen.— Alison Moyet (@AlisonMoyet) January 31, 2016
The class of '77 have truly grown.
I shall miss your voice terribly.#TerryWogan
Feel a genuine sadness at this news. Was there anyone who didn't love Terry Wogan? Such a lovely man.— Maïa Dunphy (@MaiaDunphy) January 31, 2016
There are great TV broadcasters & great radio broadcasters. Terry Wogan was the greatest TV & Radio broadcaster. A legend of all airwaves.— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) January 31, 2016
So sad to hear Terry Wogan has passed. Such a lovely man. We had the honour of working with him many times. You'll be missed Sir. The boys X— The Overtones (@the_overtones) January 31, 2016
Such sad news about legendary broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan. Just played The Floral Dance on @absoluteradio.— Jason Manford (@JasonManford) January 31, 2016
Terry Wogan was not only a broadcasting legend in the UK he was family to so many generations that grew up with... https://t.co/1OPPJi35WR— BLUE (@officialblue) January 31, 2016
Many who have paid tribute to the legend made mention of his 1978 release 'The Floral Dance', which you can listen to below.