Cricket: A Modern Anthology Hardcover – 4 Jul 2013
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Praise for THANKS JOHNNERS:
‘A splendid book…Like TMS it is funny, fluid and conversational.’ THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
‘So good that I felt as if the radio had been surreptitiously switched on and I was, in fact, listening to Test Match Special…it is the easiest and most enjoyable of reads.’
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
About the Author
Jonathan Agnew was born in Macclesfield, Cheshire and brought up on a farm in Stamford, Lincolnshire. He went to Uppingham School before becoming a professional cricketer with Leicestershire, for whom he played 218 matches. He played three Tests and three-one day internationals for England. He retired in 1990 to become cricket correspondent of Today newspaper and in 1991 succeeded Christopher Martin-Jenkins as the BBC’s cricket correspondent. Following the death of Brian Johnston in 1994 he became presenter of Test Match Special, commentating and reporting on the England cricket team around the world. In 2010 he was named Best Radio Broadcaster of the Year.
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A book to be savoured, and kept after reading, to be dipped into time and time again.
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Having already read several chapters of this book, lent to me by a friend, I wanted to have it in my collection of cricket books. A must read for any follower of this great game.Published 3 months ago by Back Out
Bought for my husband as he enjoys reading anything by Jonathan Agnew. He likes itPublished 5 months ago by J. Williamson
Very well assembled collection of writings across the broad cross-section that makes cricket--well worth a read.Published 14 months ago by nana762
Bought for a friend, he is pleased with this interesting and informative book.Published 15 months ago by John Jo
the ultimate history book for cricket fans. a fantastic collection of the best out there... Aggers has done himself proud.Published 21 months ago by Richard Turner