Radio Presenter Lisa Shaw’s Cause of Death Relates to Illness

BBC Radio Newcastle’s beloved presenter Lisa Shaw’s cause of death was clarified after The BBC shared a statement to announced she passed away in hospital at the young age of 44. Rest in paradise Lisa.

Lisa Shaw’s family confirmed the heartbreaking news and The BBC shared their statement earlier today; they said ‘her death had left ‘a Lisa-shaped hole in our lives that will never be filled.’  

The tatement tragicly reads, “We are all completely heartbroken, in disbelief, numb, and saddened, that there is a Lisa-shaped hole in our lives that will never, ever be filled. We are so grateful for the time that we have had with her, and there are so many happy memories that we will hold dear for the rest of our lives.”

“She was the best wife and mammy, sister, daughter, aunty, friend and colleague that anyone could hope for,” they added.

Shaw entered BBC Radio Newcastle in 2016 after working in popular stations in the northeast of England including Metro Radio and Heart where her voice was well-known and she also had success in commercial radio.

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What was Lisa Shaw’s Cause of Death?

Lisa Shaw’s cause of death was revealed after she lost her life in the hospital. Fans wanted to know what did lisa shaw die of, but sources only announced he died due to a short illness.

Shaw, broadcasting every weekday on BBC Radio Newcastle, with her last show airing on May 7, was described as a ‘brilliant presenter’ by the station’s Acting Executive Editor Rik Martin.

Martin announced following the death news, “She was a trusted colleague, a brilliant presenter, a wonderful friend, and a loving wife and mum. She loved being on the radio and was loved by our audiences. We’ve lost someone special who meant a great deal to a great many people.”

Born in County Durham, Lisa studied at Bournemouth University and kicked off her career by working for the North East commercial stations Century Radio and Real Radio.

For more than a decade, she was a presenter on Real Radio that led her to win a Sony Gold award for breakfast show of the year in 2012 alongside Gary Philipson.


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