Veteran broadcaster Sir Jimmy Young has died at the age of 95.
The long-serving DJ, who spent almost three decades at BBC Radio 2, died "peacefully at home" with his wife Alicia by his side this afternoon, a family spokesman said.
Sir Jimmy was one of the original Radio 1 DJs at the station's inception in 1967.
He moved to Radio 2 in 1973 and filled the early afternoon slot until he retired in December 2002.
Sir Jimmy, who had a successful music career before becoming established as a broadcaster, interviewed each prime minister of the day during his time at the station, as well as many other leading world figures.
He had been off air for several months after surgery but returned for his final fortnight.
The show is now presented by Jeremy Vine.
LBC radio presenter Iain Dale tweeted: "Much respect to Sir Jimmy Young who died today, aged 95. The word 'legend' is overused, but not in his case. A true icon of radio."
So very sad to hear about the death of my old friend Sir Jimmy Young. One of the most able broadcasters I ever worked with.— Ken Bruce (@RealKenBruce) November 7, 2016
RIP Sir Jimmy Young, 95.
Another giant of British broadcasting dies just months after his great friend & colleague Terry Wogan. pic.twitter.com/BM3F0rfagU— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) November 7, 2016