The Radio 2 broadcaster died, aged 77, following a short battle with cancer.

His long-running breakfast show, Wake up to Wogan, regularly attracted up to 8 million listeners, whilst he also enjoyed success in television, most notably winning fans with his sardonic commentary on the Eurovision Song Contest and also as the presenter of Children in Need.

His death comes just months after he was forced to pull out of hosting Children in Need in November 2015 for the first time in 25 years, due to health concerns.

You can discover more about Sir Terry’s extraordinary career spanning 50 years in radio and television through his autobiographies, all read by John Cormack.

But we’re very excited to be releasing the audio edition of his first venture into fiction in June, Those Were the Days, read by the iconic man himself.