Person    | Male  Born 24/6/1912  Died 5/1/1994

Brian Johnston

Categories: Sport / Games, TV & Radio

"Johnners", For nearly fifty years he was the voice of cricket on BBC television and radio. Born Hertfordshire. Died London.

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Brian Johnston

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Brian Johnston tree

Tulip tree, Liriodendron tulipifera. Presented by The St John's Wood Society...

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3 memorials
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1 memorial
John Alexander Mackenzie

John Alexander Mackenzie

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Person, Sport / Games, Scotland

War dead non-military, WW1
1 memorial