Profile: Christopher Martin-Jenkins

Renowned cricket commentator Christopher Martin-Jenkins has died of cancer today aged 67. Here is a look at what the broadcaster had accomplished:

• Martin-Jenkins was born in Peterborough in January 20, 1945.

• He joined the BBC as part of the TMS team in 1973, having previously had a modest cricket career that peaked with a 99 for Marlborough at Lord's.

Former England captain Michael Vaughan presented a special bat to Christopher Martin-Jenkins in 2008. Credit: Rebecca Naden/PA Archive

• He joined the BBC as part of the TMS team in 1973, having previously had a modest cricket career that peaked with a 99 for Marlborough at Lord's.

• He was given an MBE in 2009 and served as the Marylebone Cricket Club's president in 2010 and 2011.

• Martin-Jenkins' death comes only several days after former England captain and cricket commentator Tony Greig died aged 66.

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Christopher Martin-Jenkins dies

Test Match Special commentator and former president of the Marylebone Cricket Club, Christopher Martin-Jenkins has died of cancer at the age of 67.