YOU know when you were a kid and your ball went over the wall of the local old people's home and when you went to get it you got stopped by some old dears who made you put a scarf on despite it being 90 degrees and who kept telling you how times were better during the Crimea War
despite the diptheria, well, that's what it's like listening to John Motson at the moment.
Now if you don't know what an iPod shuffle is, think a Walkman the size of a cigarette lighter, if you don't know what a Walkman is, think a little magic gramophone you can fit under your top-hat before heading off to the Crimea War
Many famous or worthy individuals missed the 100; Henry V, St Patrick, Charles Rolls, Shirley Bassey, the Stereophonics, Charlotte Church, Mary Quant, 18th century actress Sarah Siddons, folk heroine Jemima Nicholas, Crimea war
nurse Betsi Cadwaladr, scientist Evan Williams, poet George Herbert, politicians Michael Heseltine, Michael Howard, Rhodri Morgan, John Prescott, Dafydd Wigley, Geoffrey Howe and sportsmen Barry John, Billy Meredith, Ian Woosnam, Ray Reardon, Lynn Davies, Ryan Giggs and Joe Calzaghe.