Terry Wogan, whose warm Irish brogue and sly, gentle humor made him a star of British television and radio for decades, has died. He was 77.
Wogan died Sunday surrounded by his loved ones "after a short but brave battle with cancer," his family said in a statement.
The disc jockey and presenter was a staple of British broadcasting, best known for his long-running BBC radio morning show "Wake Up To Wogan," his annual hosting duties for Britain's coverage of the Eurovision Song Contest and his longstanding association with the Children in Need telethon.
Born in Limerick, Ireland in 1938, Wogan began his broadcasting career on Irish network RTE before...