I was going to do so much this morning, but instead I have been sitting, drinking tea and listening to Radio 2; Richard Madeley and the producer have devoted this morning's programme to Sir Terry Wogan - his favourite music; the unknowns who he set on the road to stardom by playing their tracks before anyone had heard of them; the hilarious banter between him and his Togs; his famous 'corpsing' when he was incapable of speech because he was laughing helplessly . . . . all this and Terry's wonderful Irish lilt as he introduced songs, all bringing a moistness to the eyes as I listen to his voice again, just a week after the shock of hearing that he had died.
Thank you, Terry, for all the years of presenting the best morning programme on radio - EVER!
** Apologies to my non-British followers for my tribute to a well-loved British institution who will be so sadly missed.