Another Slice of Johnners

Another Slice of Johnners

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Brian Johnston, known as "Johnners" to millions of cricket fans around the world, was for nearly 50 years the voice of cricket on BBC Television and radio. When he died in 1994 at the age of 81, the Daily Telegraph described him as "the greatest natural broadcaster of them all". Following the success of his previous title "A Delicious Slice of Johnners", Barry Johnston has edited another anthology based on three of his father's most popular books, "Brian Johnston's Guide to Cricket", "Chatterboxes" and "It's Been a Piece of Cake". This volume offers a humorous and affectionate collection of anecdotes and reminiscences about Brian Johnston's fellow commentators, his selection of the six most exciting Test matches and his all time favourite cricketers, from Len Hutton and Denis Compton to Ian more

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  • Paperback | 400 pages
  • 130 x 190 x 32mm | 399.17g
  • Ebury Publishing
  • Virgin Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • New edition
  • New edition
  • 0753506289
  • 9780753506288

About Brian Johnston

Brian Johnston was one of the best-loved figures on radio and television and will always be remembered as 'the voice of cricket'. He joined the Outside Broadcasts Department of the BBC in 1946 and was a cricket commentator for the next 48 years, most notably as a member of the Test Match Special team. He commentated on state occasions, royal weddings and events such as the Boat Race and he also presented 733 episodes of Down Your Way. He died in January 1994. Barry Johnston is Brian's eldest son. He has produced the award-winning audio cassettes An Evening with Johnners and Johnners at the Beeb, and has edited both Letters Home 1926-1945 and A Delicious Slice of more

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