The news of Sir Terry Wogan’s death strikes a particularly emotional chord, as the veteran broadcaster was a rare thing in television today, a broadcaster beloved by people of all generations.
It doesn’t matter your age, everybody has their own specific memory attached to Sir Terry - whether it’s his his early days on the BBC Radio 2 breakfast show or fronting his own chat show, or his many years providing commentary for the UK broadcast of the annual Eurovision Song Contest. Younger TV fans will no doubt remember him for fronting the Children In Need charity telethon every year.
During the course of his lengthy career, the broadcasting legend rubbed shoulders with some of the world’s most famous people, both on air as he interviewed them, and also away from the spotlight.
His contributions to British television, also earned him an honorary knighthood in 2005, having received an honorary OBE in 1997.
Check out some memorable and rarely seen photos from across his illustrious career in the gallery below: