Veteran broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan has passed away, aged 77. According to reports from the BBC, the Limerick-born TV and radio legend died following a short battle with cancer. Many of us grew up with Terry on television and radio, from his '80s talk show to Blankety Blank, not to mention his big Eurovision and Children in Need hosting gigs. Tributes have been pouring in from fellow celebrities, including many of his Radio 2 colleagues. Dermot O'Leary shared an old photo of Terry doing what he does best, accompanied with a fitting caption.
Jeremy Vine shared a similar tribute on his Twitter account.