Dom Busby, one of the stars of Radio Five Live, has died after a short illness. The broadcaster's death was announced on the channel this morning.
He was only 53. His colleague Shourjo Sarkar read out the following during Adrian Chiles' mid-morning show: "Our colleague and friend Dominic Busby has died after a short illness.
Dom was a familiar voice across BBC Radio, and you may well have heard him reading the sports bulletins here on Five Live, often during the weekend, during Weekend Breakfast.
The thoughts of everyone here at at the BBC are with Dominic’s family and his friends." Other workmates at the station and fans including celebrities like Stephen Fry and former Australian cricketer Jason Gillespie were quick to offer theirRead more on mirror.co.uk