Journalist and broadcaster Alan Whicker has died at the age of 87 after suffering from bronchial pneumonia.
His spokeswoman said he died in the early hours of Friday morning at his home in Jersey.
With a TV career that stretched nearly six decades, he was best known for his long-running documentary series, Whicker’s World.
The show, which ran from 1959 to 1988 on both the BBC and ITV, saw him travel all over the world.
The series featured Whicker reporting on the unusual and bizarre, interviewing all types of people from millionaires and monks to gangsters and dictators.
“They all go into the dark…”