People think that a local radio host died of a heart attack while he was doing his daily breakfast show.

The 55-year-old Tim Gough was in charge of the morning show on GenX Radio Suffolk when, about an hour into his shift, the music suddenly stopped in the middle of a song.

After a few minutes, the music started up again, but Mr. Gough, who had just been giving his speech a few seconds before, did not return. In the end, the station said that he had died.

GenX Radio Suffolk shared the following on their different social media pages: ‘It is with the heaviest of hearts that I have to inform you, our dear friend and breakfast host Tim Gough passed away this morning whilst presenting his program.

‘Our love to his family, son, sister, brother and mum.

‘Tim was doing what he loved. He was 55 years old.’

The host, whose radio career started in 1986, wished his listeners a good morning and talked about how excited he was that the radio station would start broadcasting on DAB in one week.

He told everyone in Suffolk about the weather, and a few minutes before the song “Grey Day” by Madness stopped all of a sudden, he talked about famous couples who had gotten married in Bury, Suffolk, over the years.

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The father of one said his last words after playing “Brown Sugar” by the Rolling Stones. He said that it was the birthday of bass guitarist Bill Wyman, who lives in Suffolk.

The managing director of GenX Radio Suffolk, James Hazell, went on the air at 9 a.m. and told listeners about the “devastating blow” that had been dealt just before 11 a.m.

He said: ‘I speak to you this morning with frankly some tragic tragic news.

‘At ten to eight this morning in the middle of Tim Cough’s breakfast show broadcast, he suffered a catastrophic cardiac episode – as it has been described.

‘Despite the best efforts of the paramedics, who were on site very quickly, some 20 25 minutes doing what they could to revive to – it was not to be.

‘It was in the middle of his program, he was doing something he loved to do.

He added: ‘I really have no words at this stage, he was 55-years-old, very healthy. Who knows why these things happened, but its happened.’

Mr. Hazell’s comments, which were printed in the East Anglian Daily Times, said that Mr. Gough is “a hugely experienced and very talented broadcaster whose daily show has an army of fans.”

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He added: ‘To know Tim personally, as I did very closely for over 30 years, was to know a warm, caring, fun guy who myself and my family loved dearly. We are heartbroken by the news.’

His online profile for the radio station says the following about him: ‘Tim is Suffolk born and bred, and grew up in a village close to Bury St Edmunds.

‘His radio career has spanned over a quarter of a century, and began at Radio Orwell in 1986.

‘He went on to present the breakfast show on Saxon Radio and SGR-FM, as well as appearing on Smooth Radio and various other radio stations in the East Midlands.’

It was also said that Mr. Gough’s appearance on the breakfast show on GenX Radio Suffolk was the first time he had been in front of a microphone in more than ten years.

When supporters of the community radio station, which just started in January of this year, heard the bad news, they quickly sent messages of sympathy and thanks.

Linda wrote on Facebook: ‘Such sad news. It was so nice to hear his cheerful voice first thing in the mornings.’

Kelly-Anne tweeted: ‘My darling friend. Doing what he loved doing but I can’t comprehend the loss.’

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Phil said that it was ‘So so Sad, I really enjoyed his breakfast show RIP.’