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BBC Test Match Special commentator affectionately known as 'Aggers'. A former professional cricketer with Leicestershire, Aggers is very much voice of summer for many!
Mike enjoyed an illustrious career that saw him graduate from Cambridge University to England captain via Lancashire CCC, accumulating 115 Test caps and 7,728 runs (at 37.69) in the process.
Mike Atherton OBE
One of the most popular commentators in world cricket, Harsha Bhogle is an expert analyst of the sport and a highly respected journalist and presenter.
Iconic former cricket umpire with a nice line in anecdotes that underline his status as a professional Yorkshireman
Henry Blofeld is an Eton-educated former cricket commentator dubbed Blowers by the Test Match Special team. An authority on cricket, he's written several books on the subject and is an entertaining after dinner speaker.
Henry Blofeld OBE
Sir Ian Botham, OBE is a former England Test cricketer and Test team captain, and current cricket commentator. He was a genuine all-rounder and remains well known by his nicknames "Beefy" and "Guy the Gorilla". He is a committed charity fund raiser.
A prolific county batsman who amassed nearly a hundred centuries over his long career, Mike captained England and was the last English Captain to retain the Ashes in Australia.
The most controversial aspect of Gooch's career came in 1982 when he decided to lead the first England rebel tour of South Africa. Renowned England and Essex cricketer.
Darren Gough is a former Essex, England and Yorkshire cricketer and captain. He also appeared on the BBC's Strictly Come Dancing and is now a fixture on Talk Sport.
Former England Cricket captain, and one of the most naturally gifted players of his generation. Recently retired as a commentator on Sky, he is an amusing speaker, and bit of a throwback to the Gentleman and Players era; David very much the former!
David Graveney is recognised as the secret power behind the 2006 Ashes success and has prospered both on and off the field.
On figures alone Sir Richard Hadlee stands among the greatest of post war all rounder cricketers. Only Botham, Kapil Dev and Imran Khan join him in the ranks of those who have scored more than 3,000 runs while taking more than 300 wickets in Test matches.
Simon Hughes is known throughout cricket as The Analyst for his unique work on TV, radio and in newspapers explaining the game. He earned the name during Channel Four’s groundbreaking coverage of cricket 1999-2005 and won various awards for this role including Baftas and Royal Television Society Accolades.
Simon Hughes - Cricket's The Analyst
Since his retirement Nasser has joined Sky Sports for whom he works at home and abroad, giving his expert views during England Tests, One-Days and domestic cricket matches.
David Lloyd - former England cricket team coach and brilliant after dinner speaker.