British radio broadcaster and DJ Tim Gough hosted a morning breakfast show on Radio Suffolk GenX. Suddenly the music stopped in the middle of the song and it took a few minutes to get back into the air. As it turned out, the presenter died during the broadcast. The 55-year-old probably had a heart attack.
“We are deeply saddened by the passing of our beloved friend and radio host Tim Gough this morning while the program was running. Our thoughts go to his family, his son, his sister, his brother and his mother. Tim did what he liked. He was 55 years old” – Radio employees familiar with social media.
Colleagues and radio listeners are shocked by the sudden death of the announcer. His death was first announced on air by James Hazell, broadcaster director. Shortly before 11 delivered a tragic message to the public.
“Despite the best efforts of the paramedics who were on site so quickly, about 20-25 minutes failed to do what they could to bring him back to life.” – Delivered.
Tim Goff’s radio career dates back to 1986 when he joined Radio Orwell in Ipswich. The presenter spent most of his life in Suffolk. He worked, among other things, on BBC Radio Suffolk. He was now a retired radio host. He just came back on the air to host the breakfast show.
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