Pay tribute to the television legend Graham Skidmore, known to millions as the voice of a blind date.
The star, who was heard at the iconic show but was not seen, died at the age of 90.
He was a regular on the show from the 1980s to the 90s and was "our Graham".
And from 1993 to 2002, when he narrated Vic and Bob's Shooting Stars, he heard his immediately recognizable tone.
The three fathers, who had five grandchildren, died on December 27, last year, but the news hasn't come out yet. He has had vascular dementia for the past 10 years and has lived in Kent for his last few years.
His son Neil, 54, said:
"He loved it. I planned an event, did a show in London, and had my dad narrate. People quickly recognized him.
Neil from London said: We go out and become a P and O trip and Abbey National family.
Daughter Katherine Johnson, 52, said Graham wanted to be a doctor but missed the final test because of an ear infection. While he was in national service, he was supposed to fight in the Korean War, but his ear infections recurred and he stayed home. She said his platoon did not return and an ear infection changed his life.
She states: "After national service, he studied engineering and started singing as a hobby. He had an extraordinary singing voice.
" He was told that he should try the musical. That's why he took him to the theater.
"Daddy was self-employed and had other jobs. He had a laundromat, a corner shop and some I built an apartment. Therefore, there was some consistency.
"He participated in a blind date and then in a shooting star. He participated in the St. Trinian movie Paul. He appeared in a style council video with Weller and was in the background of Tom Cruz-Nicole Kidman's movie Eyes Wide Shut.
"At my wedding he started talking, people said he Even though I didn't know it was a blind date voice, I said, "I know that voice," and looked back.
"He was a wonderful person. He took care of people and made sure that others were taken care of.
" He was very humble. He wasn't the play "Look at me". He liked to narrate because he didn't really want to see his face.