Test Match Special is 60 years old - Send us your memories

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TMS: 60 years of great memories

Test Match Special is 60 years old this summer and we want you to get involved in the diamond anniversary celebrations.

We want to hear why the programme is important to you and we'd like your stories of what you were doing when you were listening to those special moments that have happened on the field and in the commentary box over our 60 years.

BBC Test Match special commentator John Arlott with summariser Fred Trueman look on from the commentary box during a 1979 Cricket World Cup match at Trent Bridge, Nottingham
TMS commentator John Arlott, left, and summariser Fred Trueman look on from the commentary box during a 1979 Cricket World Cup match at Trent Bridge

Were you secretly listening to TMS when you shouldn't have been? At a wedding, or during an exam?

Perhaps you gave birth to the sound of Aggers and Boycott?

What's the most remote location you've listened to TMS in?

Henry Blofeld, BBC Test Match Special commentator and journalist in 1979
Henry 'Blowers' Blofeld on TMS duty in 1979

Did you become hooked on cricket because of Arlott, Johnners or Cozier?

Or were you with us back in May 1957 when we first came on the air as Test Match Special?

Please get involved. It is your show.

Send us an e-mail to tms@bbc.co.uk with 'TMS at 60' in the subject line, with your memories.

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