BBC Radio Shropshire's Vicki Archer inquest opened
An inquest has opened into the death of a BBC Radio Shropshire presenter who died suddenly at the age of 41.
She had presented the afternoon drivetime show at the station with co-host Adam Green since 2010.
John Ellery, coroner at Shropshire Coroner's Court, adjourned the inquest until 5 December.
The coroner was told Ms Archer had been identified by her stepfather Lee Holyoake.
No other details have been released about her death.
Ms Archer's family have described her as an "extremely talented broadcaster" who was "much loved".
Co-host Mr Green paid an emotional tribute to Ms Archer, saying: "I count myself lucky to have worked with her for all this time, she was an incredibly talented person.
"She was creative, quick-thinking, tenacious, funny, smart. She wanted everyone to be happy and Vicki would go out of her way to find the positive in everything."
The broadcaster, who had worked at BBC Radio Shropshire for more than 20 years, also had a successful career in commercial radio and as an event host and voiceover artist.
She had three children.
David Jennings, the BBC's head of regional programmes for the West Midlands, previously said the station was "heartbroken" by Ms Archer's death.
"Her loss leaves a huge void," he said, adding she was "respected her as a great presenter and journalist" who brought a "sense of fun" to her shows and the station.