BBC Director General Lord Tony Hall and Radio 2 presenter Dermot O’Leary have paid tribute to Sir Terry Wogan.
They both appeared on stage in front of hundreds of delegates at the Radio Festival, ahead of the official memorial service at Westminster tomorrow.
Lord Hall talked about how much of a friend he was to his listeners – the TOGS – and how mischievous he was off-air as he was on-air. Dermot reminded us of the six important words Terry told Dermot over the years – never be afraid of the silence.
For the full speeches, see a recording of the tribute via Periscope here or via the embed below.
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