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Alfies View - A Sad Day

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Published: 01/02/2016   Last Updated: 01/09/2016  

Well what a sad start to the year it's been.  With the loss of musical maestro David Bowie, earlier in the year, the tragic death of the wonderful actor Alan Rickman and now the sad death of the broadcasting legend, Terry Wogan, it's hard to find anything cheery to say.  All of these amazing people will be missed by young and old.  I know that every generation will have fond memories of  Terry in particular, whether it's my generation, who have woken up to Wogan for years on radio 2 and fondly remember his 3 nights a week chat show, or those who remember him on Blankety Blank, or my daughters generation who will remember him presenting Children In Need.  My own personal favourite was when he added his witty comments to the Eurovision Song Contest.  His appeal was universal and the sadness at his death will be felt for a long time.  We add our condolences to those of the millions across the world and wish the families strength in this sad time.