The world of television is in mourning. Ángel Casas, the legendary presenter of the popular TVE program Un día es un día, has died this morning in Barcelona at the age of 76, as reported by Catalunya Ràdio. The journalist, born in Barcelona on April 17, 1946, had retired from public life in 2020 due to the serious health problems he suffered after facing pancreatic cancer diagnosed in 2013. A real ordeal, which he endured with a great sense of humor and dignity, surrounded by the affection of his loved ones.

He began his professional career on the radio at the end of the 1960s. In 1972 he was recognized with the Ondas Award for his work as head of Trotadiscos. Later he made the leap to Televisión Española, where he collaborated on Popgrama broadcasting all kinds of musical genres. It was on the public channel where, after presenting the Ángel Casas Show on Catalan television, he won the affection of all the viewers leading the program Un día es un día. In 2008 he began directing the local Barcelona television BTV. In 2020, the communicator announced his withdrawal from public life after facing a kidney transplant that caused him to lose two legs.

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