Matches (14)
WI v NZ (1)
Men's Hundred (1)
ENG v SA (1)
Women's Hundred (1)
RL Cup (7)
ZIM v IND (2)
Asia Cup QLF (1)
Ted Dexter rings the five-minute bell at Lord's, England v India, 2nd Test, Lord's, 2nd day, August 10, 2018

Ted Dexter rings the five-minute bell at Lord's, England v India, 2nd Test, Lord's, 2nd day, August 10, 2018

Ted Dexter rings the five-minute bell at Lord'sGetty Images
David Gower and Ted Dexter take a lap around the ground as part of the celebrations to mark Edgbaston's 50th Test, August 17, 2017
David Gower and Ted Dexter take a lap around the ground as part of the celebrations to mark Edgbaston's 50th Test in August 2017Getty Images
7 Mar 1989: Portrait of England's Chairman of Selectors Ted Dexter.
Tex Dexter - PortraitBen Radford/AllSport UK Ltd
England chairman of selectors Ted Dexter during team training in Lilleshall, England
Ted DexterBen Radford/Getty Images
Former and current captains of England and Australia line up. From left:  Bob Wyatt, Lindsay Hassett, Gubby Allen, Cyril Walters, Arthur Morris, Norman Yardley, Freddie Brown, Richie Benaud, Len Hutton, Neil Harvey, Peter May, Bob Simpson, Bill Lawry, Ted Dexter, Mike Smith, Barry Jarman, Tom Graveney, Ian Chappell, Graham Yallop, Greg Chappell and Ian Botham, England v Australia, Centenary Test, Lord's, 3rd day, August 30,  1980
Former and current captains of England and Australia line up on the field during day three of the Centenary TestAdrian Murrell/PA Photos
Ted Dexter and Wendy Wimbush display the new computer at the control room on the BBC stand, Old Trafford, July 15,1980
Ted Dexter and Wendy Wimbush display the new computer at the control room on the BBC standGetty Images
Ted Dexter (second from left) sits with fight promoter Harry Levine and Postmaster General Anthony Wedgwood Benn (smoking a pipe) to discuss the televising of the Muhammad Ali-Henry Cooper fight at Highbury, London, May 8, 1966
Ted Dexter (second from left) sits with fight promoter Harry Levine and Postmaster General Anthony Wedgwood Benn (smoking a pipe) to discuss the televising of the Muhammad Ali-Henry Cooper fight at HighburyPA Photos
Ted Dexter canvasses a voter in Cardiff while standing as a Conservative candidate in 1964, September 22, 1964
Ted Dexter talks to a voter in Cardiff, from where he stood for election as a Conservative candidate in 1964PA Photos
Ted Dexter sits on the verandah of the Tunbridge Wells pavilion during a county game, Kent v Sussex, County Championship, 3rd day, Tunbridge Wells, June 16, 1964
Ted Dexter sits on the verandah of the Tunbridge Wells pavilion during a county gameRobert Stiggins/Getty Images
Ted Dexter lifts the Gillette Cup after Sussex's victory in 1964
Ted Dexter lifts the Gillette Cup after Sussex's victory in 1964Playfair Cricket Monthly
Ted Dexter
Ted DexterThe Cricketer International
John Major, Prince Philip and Ted Dexter watch the action on the field, England v India, 1st Test, Lord's, 1st day, July 19, 2007
John Major, Prince Philip and Ted Dexter watch the proceedingsGetty Images
Ted Dexter gets on his bike
Ted Dexter gets on his bikeThe Cricketer International
Ted Dexter and Bob Willis launch a search for six potential top class fast bowlers in conjunction with Webster's breweries, August 8, 1984
Ted Dexter and Bob Willis launch a search for six potential top class fast bowlers in conjunction with Webster's breweriesPA Photos/Getty Images
Ted Dexter and Wendy Wimbush display the new computer at the control room on the BBC stand, Old Trafford, July 15,1980
Ted Dexter and Wendy Wimbush display the new computer at the control room on the BBC standGetty Images
From left: Ted Dexter, John Edrich, Tom Graveney, Alan Knott, Colin Cowddrey, Colin Milburn and Basil D'Oliveira surround Ashley Mallett as he bats, England v Australia, 5th Test, The Oval, 5th day, August 27, 1968
England's fielders surround Ashley Mallett as he batsCentral Press/Getty Images
Ted Dexter is run out after finishing at the same end as Geoff Boycott  - Graeme Pollock breaks the wicket, South Africa v England, 5th Test, 1964-65
Ted Dexter is run out after finishing at the same end as Geoff BoycottESPNcricinfo Ltd
Ted Dexter cuts on his way to 124 against the touring Australians, Sussex v Australians, 2nd day, Brighton, July 16, 1964
Ted Dexter cuts on his way to 124 against the touring AustraliansGetty Images
Ted Dexter batting against Australia in 1964
Ted Dexter batting against Australia in 1964Playfair Cricket Monthly
Ted Dexter on crutches after running himself over with his own car. He was pushing the vehicle after it had run out of petrol when it ran over him, 1964
Ted Dexter on crutches after running himself over with his own carThe Cricketer International