Glenn Roeder went from being a regular in Upton Park’s famous ‘Chicken Run’ to stepping out as manager of his childhood club, but he was never the type to take his football fortune for granted.
John Mallard, the pioneering Aberdeen physicist who helped create the world's first full-body MRI scanner, has died at the age of 94.
An "adoring" mum and wife who battled three cancer diagnoses in 12 years has died, leaving behind a proud family and a huge circle of fundraising friends.
A doting dad whose battle with cancer sparked a £20,000 fundraising effort has died following a 16-month fight against the disease, aged just 31.
An outpouring of loving tributes and fond memories has followed the death of Agnes Flett, the legendary barmaid who worked for almost 40 years at Aberdeen’s famous pub, The Grill.
Gerard Houllier would reflect on the “touch of destiny” that led to him standing on Anfield’s famous Kop for the first time in 1969, where he watched Liverpool cruise to a 10-0 win over Dundalk in a Fairs Cup tie.
Des O’Connor, who has died at the age of 88, was an all-round entertainer whose success spanned decades.
Geoffrey Palmer was known for roles in sitcoms including Butterflies and As Time Goes By, as well as his enduring kindness and famously hangdog expression.
Roles in Highlander, The Untouchables and Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade helped seal his place in the movie world.
Bobby Ball – who has died aged 76 after testing positive for Covid-19 – rose from the cabaret circuit of northern England to become a household name.
Former Emmerdale star Johnny Leeze was best known for playing Ned Glover in the soap from 1994 to 2000.
Tributes have been paid to a respected north-east journalist after he passed away.
Patricia Bosworth, an actress who once starred alongside Audrey Hepburn and later wrote biographies of stars including Marlon Brando and Montgomery Clift, has died aged 86 after contracting coronavirus.
Luke Perry’s portrayal of rebellious heartthrob Dylan McKay in Beverly Hills, 90210 captured a nation of hearts in both his native America and across the Atlantic.
As the lead singer of The Prodigy, Keith Flint carried the sound of British rave music from an insular community of party-goers to an international audience – selling 30 million records worldwide in the process.
Joe Jackson was the patriarch of what is perhaps entertainment’s most famous family and ruled his children with an iron fist.
Dale Winton, the popular gameshow host perhaps best known for Supermarket Sweep, has died at the age of 62.
A popular barber is being remembered for bringing trendy haircuts to the North-east in the 1960s.