Chris Evans Pays Respects To Sir Terry Wogan | TV News
Chris Evans has paid his respects to Sir Terry Wogan following the sad news of his death last week. The Radio DJ, who succeeded Sir Terry in the BBC Radio 2 Breakfast slot revealed how he was determined to “do him proud” when he took over the show.
He added that, “Terry was like my radio dad. I mean, he taught me so much about being on the radio, and not being on the radio. He was the absolute governor, and everybody knows that. And if we all had one per cent of what he had on the radio, we’d be 100 per cent better”.
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