The broadcaster Michael Parkinson has died at the age of 88.
The former journalist was one of British television's most well known personalities through his talk show Parkinson.
His iconic talk show initially ran on the BBC from 1971 to 1982, before it was relaunched in 1998, and subsequently moved to ITV from where it aired from 2004 to 2007.
The veteran broadcaster was affectionately known as 'Parky'.
His journalism career started in print where he worked for the Manchester Guardian and Daily Express in London.
He made the move to TV in 1961, working at the newly established Granada station, where he worked with the late Gay Byrne:
"We were all making it up. Nobody knew what to do or how to do it. And a broadcaster like Gay [Byrne], who was always a natural, he stormed it - it was wonderful.
And [together] we transformed a little known craft into what it's become now. And we were part of it, we were the kind of pioneers.
And when you think back on it, we didn't realize what we were doing until you look back and think, well, that was significant, it really was.
In 2013, he revealed he was being treated for prostate cancer - but said at the time he had no intention of stopping working.