Agree with all the above, he was a truly great cricketer. Much underrated because at his time he was one of many very fine players who were masters of their craft. Had he been playing today when, imo, the truly great players who can either bowl or bat very well are fewer he would have been up there with the very best. Nowadays many players try to bowl and bat in all formats because of the financial rewards and sometimes fall between the two. I enjoyed listening to his dry, straightforward and refreshingly honest punditry. Sky moved him about many times from the front of TV reporting to judgement and most recently being part of “the debate.” That they continued to employ him says a lot about how valued his views probably were. I never felt he was truly at home in such a company but that he continued to play a role and the respect he received from all his fellow pundits speaks for itself. He was honest, never boring and would always support his views. He will be missed. RIP.