A BBC Radio Shropshire presenter has died on the age of 41.
Vicki Archer had offered the afternoon drivetime display on the station with co-host Adam Inexperienced since 2010.
She additionally had a a success profession in industrial radio and as an tournament host and voiceover artist. No different main points were launched about her demise.
Ms Archer’s circle of relatives stated the “extraordinarily gifted broadcaster” was once “a lot liked” and the BBC described her as a “nice presenter and journalist”.
“Vicki was once a miles liked daughter and mom in addition to being a particularly gifted broadcaster,” Ms Archer’s circle of relatives stated in a commentary.
“We’re nonetheless coming to phrases together with her tragic loss so would ask that folks recognize our privateness and go away us on my own to grieve as a circle of relatives.”
Midlands Reside: Colleagues and listeners pay tribute to Vicki Archer
David Jennings, the BBC’s head of regional programmes for the West Midlands, stated: “We’re heartbroken at Vicki’s demise.
“Everybody right here at Radio Shropshire revered her as an ideal presenter and journalist, however so a lot more than that we liked the sense of amusing she dropped at her displays and the station.
“Her loss leaves an enormous void. Our ideas are together with her circle of relatives at this unhappy time.”
Presenter Eric Smith introduced her demise on air previous.
“Our a lot liked colleague, Vicki Archer, who is been a part of your afternoons in this radio station for the previous 8 years, has died ,” he stated, including that the station’s ideas are together with her circle of relatives “at this extraordinarily unhappy time”.
The presenter were a part of the Radio Shropshire workforce for greater than 20 years.
“She was once an ideal presenter, an ideal broadcaster, and she or he introduced a good looking sense of amusing to her displays and in the back of the scenes within the newsroom too,” he added.
Ms Archer’s co-host Adam Inexperienced was once amongst the ones paying tribute to the presenter.
Writing at the BBC Radio Shropshire Fb web page, Ann Lewis stated: “My inner most sympathies to circle of relatives, pals & paintings colleagues. You listen the voices at the radio and you are feeling you recognize those other folks on a non-public foundation. So very unhappy.”
Ken Poole stated: “I listened to her maximum days and over time one paperwork a kind of courting and friendship with the studio workforce like Vicki. She was once simply good to hear with a way of humour and so on. Unfortunately neglected.”
Rob Fielding added: “She all the time brightened my afternoons whilst out at the highway. So sorry, my ideas are with the friends and family xx.”