The late broadcast legend Walter Love did not reveal any information about his children during his lifetime. His children are currently unknown.
Love left a major mark on the industry during his illustrious 77-year career. Starting as a freelance contributor to BBC radio in the 1950s, he quickly rose to a permanent role at the London headquarters before captivating audiences on Radio Ulster in 1978.
His velvety voice resonated through the airwaves during iconic programs such as ‘Day By Day’ and ‘Love in the Afternoon’ and captured the hearts of listeners from generation to generation.
Not just limited to radio, Love graced television screens as a newsreader in Belfast for a decade, earning praise for his affable demeanor and crystal-clear delivery.
During his journey, Love received well-deserved recognition, including an MBE for his contributions to broadcasting and induction into the Hall of Fame by the Phonographic Performance Ireland Radio Awards.
In addition to accolades, Love’s charm, humor and genuine warmth endeared him to colleagues and listeners alike, portraying him as a beacon of positivity in the industry.
His passion for jazz, showcased in “Jazz Club with Walter Love,” and his unwavering dedication to his craft cemented his status as a broadcasting legend.