Broadcaster Bill Turnbull has died at the age of 66, his representatives have confirmed.
Turnbull hosted BBC Breakfast for 15 years, before the show moved to Salford, and also fronted Songs of Praise and game show Think Tank.
His family said: “Bill will be remembered by many as a remarkable broadcaster who brought warmth and humour into people’s homes”
In 2018, he announced he had been diagnosed with prostate cancer.
After leaving the BBC in 2016, he joined Classic FM, and continued presenting shows on the network until recently.
His family added: “Following a challenging and committed fight against prostate cancer, Bill passed away peacefully at his home in Suffolk surrounded by his family on Wednesday, 31 August.”
They said he received his diagnosis in 2017, and praised his “outstanding medical care” from the Royal Marsden and Ipswich Hospitals, St Elizabeth Hospice and his GP.
“He was resolutely positive and was hugely buoyed by the support he received from friends, colleagues,…