The Bradford magician Dynamo has tweeted of his sadness at the death of Paul Daniels.
The 77-year-old tv star, who was diagnosed with a brain tumour earlier this year, passed away peacefully at home with his wife Debbie at his side in the early hours of this morning.
*Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh and TV magician Dynamo, who are both from Bradford, will be honoured today at a special event to celebrate one of the city's business success story. *
The showbiz stars will be honoured at the House of Commons launch of Asian Sunday's new London edition for their contributions to the entertainment industry.
Asian Sunday, which started in Bradford two years ago, boasts it is the first free Sunday paper in the UK; the first ever Asian Sunday paper in the UK and the first UK Asian media title to be solo-owned by a woman.
Managing director Fatima Patel, said: "Following the unprecedented success of the now two-year-old Bradford edition in uniting the region's diverse communities, Asian Sunday now plans to further foster community relations between the South Asian and wider communities across the capital."
The first London edition of Asian Sunday will be published on November 10. It will be delivered to over 20 tube stations as well as supermarkets, retailers, businesses and 20,000 households.
He makes the seemingly impossible, possible - and today, Bradford magician Dynamo has stunned crowds with his latest stunt. Hundreds of people in the capital saw him as he levitated alongside a moving London bus.
One of the world’s most talked about magicians, Bradford's Dynamo, today stunned Londoners by his latest illusion, as he levitated through the Capital above a moving London bus.
Tickets have gone on sale today for Bradford City's League Cup semi-final clash against Aston Villa. And thousands of fans were joined by Dynamo, one of the world's top magicians - who happens to be a City fan himself. Sarah Clark went down to see how he got on.