Malcolm Taylor, the longstanding Business Breakfast presenter on Dubai Eye 103.8, has died. He passed away on Wednesday, December 4th, 2019, according to Arabian Radio Network (ARN). His cause of death is not said yet.
Tributes are being poured out on social media to the late renowned radio presenter. ARN, in a tweet, announced the death of Malcolm Taylor.
“ARN (Arabian Radio Network) and Dubai Eye 103.8 announce with deepest regret the sad passing of our dear friend and colleague Malcolm Taylor. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family at this time.”
Families and friends are pouring out tributes too. We have gathered some of the Tributes from Twitter.
Saddened to hear of @DubaiEye1038FM legend, friend and all around good person, Malcolm Taylor passing away. Rest in peace Malcolm. Condolences to his family, colleagues and fellow presenters, @richardradiodxb and @HeyBrandyScott. pic.twitter.com/7wByZmaF5J
— Ashish Panjabi (@apanjabi) December 4, 2019
Very sad about the passing of an amazing colleague Malcolm Taylor. A brilliant broadcaster, big personality and a pleasure to work with. https://t.co/T7SIzsCo8I
— Emma Brain (@EmmaPinkyB) December 4, 2019
We are saddened to hear of the passing of broadcaster Malcolm Taylor, just announced this morning. Malcolm was a stalwart of the business show on ARN for many years & had been in the ME for most of his working life.
Condolences to his friends and family from all of us.
— Capital Radio UAE (@cruae1) December 4, 2019
ARN and Dubai Eye 103.8 announce with deepest regret the sad passing of our dear friend and colleague Malcolm Taylor.
Our thoughts and prayers are with his family at this time pic.twitter.com/MbFxSp2lkL
— ARN News Centre (@ARNNewsCentre) December 4, 2019
Here’s a video from just 1 year ago featuring 2 #Dubai legends, Gary Rhodes & Malcolm Taylor, both now gone before their time.
I might even put jam before cream on my next scone in their honour (even though I totally disagree with their approach).https://t.co/TC2tnwOlNn
— Rob Willock (@RobWillock) December 4, 2019