Cricket commentator Jack Bannister has died at the age of 85.
The former Warwickshire bowler became a commentator for the BBC in 1988 and worked with the corporation for 11 years.
More recently, Bannister worked for radio station talkSPORT, who announced the news on Saturday.
A tweet read: "We are saddened to report that our legendary cricket correspondent Jack Bannister passed away last night aged 85. Rest in peace Jack."
Former England bowler and Bannister's colleague Darren Gough tweeted: "RIP jack bannister. A great man who was opinionated, honest, knowledgeable and passionate. A top cricketer, writer, broadcaster will be missed."
Bannister played county cricket from 1950 to 1968, taking 1,198 first-class wickets.