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The Test Match Special commentary team (from left): Christopher Martin-Jenkins, Brian Johnston, Trevor Bailey, Don Mosey and Henry Blofeld

Shot Stories

Ball boys

Apart from excellent cricket commentary, the Test Match Special team was known for its giggly, schoolboy humour

England's players enjoy a Christmas dinner

Shot Stories

We're such jolly good fellows

The 1954-55 England Ashes players get their party hats on for a festive dinner in between some exhilarating victories

Jack Russell checks on Mike Atherton who was hit by the ball

It's a draw!

After Darren Bravo's superb effort in Dunedin, a look at some other famous match-saving innings in Tests

1948

721 all out... in a day

Essex were the only county to bowl the 1948 Australians out, and what's more they did so in a day - but not before the tourists had amassed a world record score

Wisden Obituary

Trevor Edward Bailey

Bailey may have been a controversial figure, but it was beyond doubt that he was an all-rounder who used every ounce of his talent and possessed a shrewd cricket brain

Alan Hill

England's steely lynchpin

Trevor Bailey may have been known for his stonewalling batting but it was as a match-winning bowler that he demanded attention