This bleak January has taken yet another beloved figure from us in the form of broadcasting legend Sir Terry Wogan. After nearly 50 years as BBC Radio 2’s most popular presenter, he passed away aged 77 after a short battle with cancer. He was well known for his warm and witty broadcast style and his steadfast dedication to his loyal fans. He was the UK’s voice of Eurovision for many years and has been involved with Children In Need since the appeal’s inception in 1980. He was one of the greatest radio presenter ever to grace a microphone and Britain mourns the loss of such a national treasure.