Gaby Roslin says she screamed when she found out that Terry Wogan had died.
The TV and radio presenter said her reaction when she found out that Paula Yates had died was similar — that she hadn't already read the news when she took a phone call breaking it to her.
She said: "I kept saying to my husband: 'I must get in touch with Terry. I haven't spoken to him or emailed him for a while I must do it. I kept talking about it for probably a few weeks."
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She said she'd had a phone call from a BBC boss ahead of her show that day, who was apologising and saying they would understand if she couldn't go to work that day, before she had heard the news of Wogan's death.
"And he realised that I hadn't heard that Terry had just died and he said: 'I'm so sorry I have to tell you that Terry died'. The shock! I got the same news when Paula [Yates] died, I hadn't read it in the paper I hadn't seen anything and it's same phone call.
"I remember sitting down going: 'Terry!' and I screamed because I got such a shock. I didn't know he was ill, I hadn't spoken to him for a while and and he said to me: 'If you don't come in, I completely understand.'
"I said: 'Oh my god, I have to be there. Terry would hate it if I didn't! Do you mind if I use the first bit of the show to pay respects to him?' I sort of did it on autopilot because he was a professional and he was one of those people that'd be like: 'It's not brain surgery!' He always said that. He said: 'So what if it goes wrong? It's not brain surgery!"
She told stories on the podcast about the late and much-loved broadcaster.
She said: "There was one time he had a sweet in his mouth he went: 'What am I gonna do?' Because we were about to go on air. And he went, what am I going to do with it? So he gave it to me and I put it in my mouth. He went: 'I can't believe you did that.' I took it out of my mouth and put it in his! It was that sort of sweet little innocent things and then we went on air and he told everybody so why not?!"
She also revealed a link between her family and Wogan's outside of her relationship with Terry, when her dad had trained up Wogan's son.
She said: "My dad went and started up Radio 5. Dad was at Radio 4 as a news reader. And they called dad into Radio 5, and they said could he help train up the newsreaders? And he was helping train up somebody called Alan Wogan!
"And I was working with Alan's dad, and Terry's son was working with my dad. It was very bizarre. So dad had worked with Alan and then I ended up working obviously with Terry for ten years of Children in Need. And then we did The Terry and Gabby Show. We did Eurovision.
"He had a glint in his eye, like nobody else. He was a bugger! He really was because if he'd say: 'No I haven't watched that show. I'm not interested in that show', and he'd tell the guest, and he didn't care! But he also was a gentleman.
"And he was very kind to me, very kind, very lovely. We loved it when things went wrong. And years later, after I left Children in Need we were together at an event. And he called me over and we were sitting there and he said: 'Didn't we love it when everything went wrong?' He said: 'You really are properly naughty, but you don't want to hurt someone and I just went: 'No'. And I said: You're really naughty. And he said: 'Yeah, by sometimes I can hurt people, but I never meant to.' So you know, he was he was he is a good man."
She also spoke about the relationship between her and Wogan and Chris Evans, having worked with Evans since Big Breakfast.
Roslin said: "And they adored each other as well. So when we did Terry and Gaby, Chris Evans produced it, so the three of us were together.
"They were very, very, very close. And Terry adored Chris, absolutely adored Chris, he really did."
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