Scottish TV presenter, Lorraine Kelly paid an emotional farewell to the 64-year-old BBC Radio 2 presenter, Steve Wright after his final show on Sunday.

The ITV presenter said on Twitter: "Can't believe it's the last #SteveWrightInTheAfternoon.

"loved being a listener and also lucky enough to have been a guest. Steve is such a brilliant broadcaster."

Steve Wright had broadcasted Steve Wright in the Afternoon for 23 years before the BBC axed the popular programme.

Lorraine was able to appear on Wright's show last year.

READ MORE: Scott Mills leaving Radio 1 to replace Steve Wright on Radio 2

What have others said about Steve Wright's departure?

Others have expressed their sadness on Twitter, with users complaining about the decision and others remembering the good times they had listening to the radio legend.

Fellow radio personality, Ken Bruce said: "Steve Wright asked his colleagues not to mention his last Big Show on R2 so we didn't.

"On Twitter though I can say what a giant of radio he is and how much we'll all miss that daily presence; bright, engaged, and engaging."

Lecturer in Music, Dr Christopher D. Lewis added: "Such a shame that Steve Wright is leaving his BBC Radio 2 show after so many years."

Another user tweeted: "Wishing Steve Wright all the best for today. He's one of the main reasons I fell in love with radio," while another said: "There no one like Steve Wright."