An inquest has opened into the demise of a BBC Radio Shropshire presenter who died abruptly on the age of 41.
Vicki Archer was discovered useless at her house in Shrewsbury on 6 August.
She had offered the afternoon drivetime present on the station with co-host Adam Inexperienced since 2010.
No different particulars had been launched about her demise and the inquest at Shropshire Coroner’s Courtroom was adjourned till 5 December.
Ms Archer’s household described her as an “extraordinarily gifted broadcaster” who was “a lot cherished”.
Co-host Mr Inexperienced paid an emotional tribute to Ms Archer, saying: “I rely myself fortunate to have labored along with her for all this time, she was an extremely gifted particular person.
“She was artistic, quick-thinking, tenacious, humorous, sensible. She wished everybody to be joyful and Vicki would exit of her technique to discover the optimistic in every thing.”
The broadcaster, who had labored at BBC Radio Shropshire for greater than 20 years, additionally had a profitable profession in industrial radio and as an occasion host and voiceover artist.
She had three youngsters.
David Jennings, the BBC’s head of regional programmes for the West Midlands, beforehand mentioned the station was “heartbroken” by Ms Archer’s demise.
“Her loss leaves an enormous void,” he mentioned, including she was “revered her as an important presenter and journalist” who introduced a “sense of enjoyable” to her exhibits and the station.