Sir Terry Wogan's longtime friend and fellow broadcaster Henry Kelly has said his death has had such an impact on the public because "we all felt as if we knew him".
Speaking to ITV News about his friend, Mr Kelly said he could be relied upon for any favour and was "spiritually generous".
He added that Sir Terry was "everyone's friend" and he "loved every second" of his broadcasting career.
He is currently a comfortable 23,000 combined sales ahead of his closest competitor, Jonas Blue, the Official Charts Company has said.Read the full story ›
ITV News asked users of our Facebook page to post their favourite memories of Sir Terry.Read the full story ›
DJ Chris Evans has paid an emotional tribute to Terry Wogan, calling the veteran broadcaster his "radio dad" and "the absolute governor".
He told GMB of his "disbelief and shock" over the 77-year-old's death from cancer yesterday, adding: "If we all had 1% of what he had, we'd all be 100% better."
Watch his touching tribute in full:
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This poignant cartoon of a heartbroken Pudsey has been shared thousands of times since the death of Sir Terry Wogan.Read the full story ›
Tributes to the late Sir Terry Wogan dominates Monday's front pages after the legendary broadcaster died from cancer aged 77.Read the full story ›
In an emotional tribute, Father D'Arcy said 'family was the centre of Sir Terry's life' and his wife Helen was 'the love of his life'.Read the full story ›
The Eurovision Song Contest has described Sir Terry Wogan as "the most remarkable" commentator in the show's history.
Sir Terry was known for his dry, withering comments during the programmes, and his regular criticisms of other European nations for political voting patterns.
We are deeply saddened by the passing of Terry Wogan (77). He was without doubt the most remarkable Eurovision commentator in history
Sir Terry first commentated on the show in 1971, and did so for the final time in 2008 - being replaced by fellow Irishman Graham Norton.