Gerry Anderson’s death stuns North

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Tributes continue to pour in after the death of BBC broadcasting legend, Gerry Anderson.

The Derry man passed away following a long battle with cancer at the age of 69.

Gerry Anderson, who immortalized the city’s name as Stroke City, is widely regarded as the best ever BBC broadcaster in the North.

See the Derry Journal for full coverage of the reaction to his death.

The video from On The Air is published here with kind permission of the BBC.




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