Gerry Anderson ‘brought light on dark days’

�Press Eye Ltd - Northern Ireland - 19th September 2010-  Picture by Kelvin Boyes  Press Eye - BBC Broadcaster Gerry Anderson.

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Gerry Anderson, one of Northern Ireland's best-known presenters, has died aged 69 following a long illness.

In a career spanning 30 years, he hosted radio and TV programmes for BBC Northern Ireland,

�Press Eye Ltd - Northern Ireland - 19th September 2010- Picture by Kelvin Boyes Press Eye - BBC Broadcaster Gerry Anderson. File Images Gerry Anderson, one of Northern Ireland's best-known presenters, has died aged 69 following a long illness. In a career spanning 30 years, he hosted radio and TV programmes for BBC Northern Ireland,

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There was an outpouring of tributes on Thursday after the death of popular BBC Radio Ulster presenter Gerry Anderson.

Anderson, 69, had been off-air for almost two years battling illness. He is survived by his wife Christine and children David and Kirsty.

He had been a broadcaster for 30 years, his irreverent morning phone-in show winning legions of fans on Radio Ulster and Radio Foyle.

 

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