Radio and TV broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan has passed away after suffering from cancer.  1938 - 2016...RIP

Radio and TV broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan has passed away after suffering from cancer. 1938 - Veteran broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan passed away at the age of 77 after a battle with cancer.

Janet and John books... My first school books!

Janet and John books. My first school books! - but also remembering Terry Wogan and lots of giggles!

Blankety Blank - when game shows were about the taking part and the prizes were utter crap! LOL

Blankety Blank - when game shows were about the taking part and the prizes were utter crap! You won a cheque book and pen!

Terry Wogan In Pictures

Beloved Broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan Dies, Aged 77

Princess Diana June 1997 with tv radio presenter Terry Wogan at St Marys Hospital in London

Peters & Lee - Welcome Home Wow! I had forgotten all about these two!

Peters & Lee - Welcome Home. My mum loved hearing this on Terry Wogan in the morning. How I hated it!

As someone said, he made it worth getting up in the morning(for his Radio 2 breakfast programme) - Sir Michael Terence "Terry" Wogan, KBE DL (3 August 1938 – 31 January 2016) was an Irish radio and television broadcaster who worked for the BBC in Great Britain for most of his career...he just made people happy and did so much good...another one gone far too soon...

Terry Wogan: Profile

Irish (British) BBC/Broadcasting legend Terry Wogan, passed away 31 January after a short illness (cancer).

Terry Wogan Dead: Broadcasting Legend's Hilarious Reading Of ‘Janet And John' Parody Is How We'll Remember Him (VIDEO)

This Clip Of Terry Wogan Reading 'Janet And John' Will Have You Smiling

Terry Wogan Dead: Broadcasting Legend's Hilarious Reading Of ‘Janet And John'…

Sir Terry Wogan -  a life in pictures

Sir Terry Wogan - a life in pictures

The BBC TV and radio host Terry Wogan has died at the age of 77

Terry Wogan paved the way for Irish TV presenters.  RIP...his sense of humour was gentle, and his morning radio show was a joy to listen to.

Terry Wogan paved the way for Irish TV presenters.his sense of humour was gentle, and his morning radio show was a joy to listen to.

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