Was Johnners commentating on cricket or a sex show?

Brian Johnston, popularly known as Johnners in the cricketing world, was one of the legends of BBC cricket commentary between 1946 to 1993.

Johnston was renowned for his on-air schoolboy humour and puns. Among the books he wrote was “Cricketing Gaffes, Giggles and Cakes” An “Evening with Johnners” was a one-man show that he performed towards the end of his life which was lacked with jokes.

One of his most famous commentary gaffes was when he said: “There’s Neil Harvey standing at leg slip with his legs wide apart, waiting for a tickle” during the 1961 Ashes Test at Headingley.