Walter Love, a veteran BBC Northern Ireland presenter, died at 88 after a 77-year broadcasting career. He hosted popular shows like Jazz Club with Walter Love and Love in the Afternoon. He was also a painter who made his own Christmas cards, inspired by his wife Mary, an art teacher. They had a wonderful life together for decades.
Walter Love’s Wife and Painting Passion
Walter Love was married to Mary, an art teacher who influenced his painting hobby. They shared a wonderful life for decades until he died at 88. He was a veteran BBC Northern Ireland presenter who hosted popular shows like Jazz Club with Walter Love and Love in the Afternoon. He also created his own Christmas cards with his paintings.
Walter Love’s Legendary Broadcasting Career
Walter Love was a legendary BBC star who died at 88 after a 70-year broadcasting career. He hosted iconic radio shows like Love in the Afternoon and Radio Ulster’s Day By Day. He started as a BBC radio freelancer in the 1950s and became a TV news anchor in Belfast before joining Radio Ulster in 1978. He was honored with an MBE in 1997 and inducted into the Radio Awards Hall of Fame in 2014. He was cherished for his superb broadcasting, respected demeanor, and genuine connection with the audience.