BBC radio presenter Dom Busby has died on the age of 53 after a brief illness.
Busby labored on the BBC for greater than 30 years throughout many native radio stations, and extra lately BBC Sport and BBC Radio 5 Live.
Friends and colleagues on social media have praised his constructive nature, generosity and kindness.
“Dom was a great broadcaster and a brilliant man. He loved sport and radio so had the perfect job,” mentioned radio sports activities information editor Colin Patterson.
“You could hear the excitement in his voice when he was reading the sports news on air. He had a long and successful career at the BBC – 30 years at many of our local radio stations, and for the past 10 of those years he also worked for BBC Sport.
“He will likely be a lot missed by his colleagues and listeners to BBC radio. Our ideas are together with his household at this horrible time.”
BBC North West Tonight presenter Roger Johnson was additionally amongst these paying tribute.