Anyone who's worked, or even those who haven't worked, in tv in radio over the last 50 years will always look up to Terry Wogan as a legend.
Following his death at the age of 77, world leaders and broadcasters from the world over have been paying tribute to a man who captured the hearts of both the Irish and British.
In his half-century long career working for both RTE and the BBC, it's clear he had a huge impact on many people
Very sad to hear of the passing of Terry Wogan. Rest in peace.
— Hozier (@Hozier) January 31, 2016
I am sad to hear about Terry Wogan. He was a thoughtful, generous and sane man in an industry where those qualities are rare.
— Jonathan Ross (@wossy) January 31, 2016
Many will remember him from his outstanding Eurovision commentary for the BBC, and it was also with them that he helped raise £600million for Children In Need as the show's presenter.
Listening back to his final broadcast before retiring from BBC Radio 2 will in no doubt bring a tear to your eye.
[Clip via BBC News]