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BBC presenter Terry Wogan, one of British television's most familiar faces and long-running anchor of its Eurovision coverage, died of cancer Sunday aged 77, his family announced.Irish-born Wogan had a successful television career and hosted a hugely popular radio show for 27 years, retiring in 2009 .Wogan started his career as a banker in Ireland but after five years left to become a radio newsreader, beginning a remarkable broadcast career that was recognized with first an OBE and then a knighthood in 2005 .Wogan, born in Limerick in 1938, also hosted popular quiz show "Blankety Blank" and annual fundraising event "Children in Need" for over 30 years.
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