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Mankadding “isn’t a great image for the game” - Broad
Test Match Special BBC
access_time11 hours ago
Stuart Broad tells us why he didn’t like Jos Buttler’s IPL mankadding, what sort of reception he thinks Steve Smith and David Warner will get from English crowds this summer, and his future in the game. We also hear from England all-rounder Sophia Dunkley, who took her first international wicket to help England women beat Sri Lanka and win their 9th game in a row.
England Women - a catch-up with the coaches
Test Match Special BBC
access_time4 days ago
Henry Moeran is joined by England Women's coaches Mark Robinson and Alastair Maiden to discuss the tour of the Indian subcontinent, as well as looking ahead an Ashes summer and discussing the FA Cup prospects of one of their sides
CSK vs RCB IPL 2019 Opener Match Analaysis
Pady's Outswingers Glitz Digital
access_time5 days ago
The long wait is over and the IPL 2019 is going to begin in exactly 24 hours. We bring you an in depth analysis of what to expect from the clash between the two titans RCB and CSK and the players to watch out for.
Record scores, dad jokes and elephants as England win first ODI in Sri Lanka
Test Match Special BBC
access_time10 days ago
After victory in the first ODI against Sri Lanka, Henry Moeran is joined by England's Kate Cross and Alex Hartley to look back on the action and chat about what the team have experienced on the trip - including seeing spectacular local wildlife and hearing terrible (brilliant) jokes from Kate's dad
“I expect them to win the World Cup” - Former England assistant coach Paul Farbrace
Test Match Special BBC
access_time13 days ago
Paul Farbrace who has moved from being assistant coach with England to the job of Sport Director at Warwickshire speaks at length with Pat Murphy about England's World Cup hopes, Jofra Archer, the Ashes and his new challenge at Edgbaston.
The Tuffers and Vaughan Cricket Show
Test Match Special BBC
access_time15 days ago
Phil Tufnell, Michael Vaughan and Mark Chapman discuss the biggest cricket stories of the day. The guys are joined by former England batsman Mark Ramprakash after he was dropped from England's coaching set-up for the Ashes. In an in depth interview Ramprakash tells Tuffers and Vaughan what he wants to do next, why England collapse when they get bowled out and dealing with the mentality of the England team. Former England women’s captain, Charlotte Edwards joins the pod as England women head to Sri Lanka for three one day internationals and three T20's. They won the T20 series against India with a game to spare, but lost the 1 day series in Mumbai 2-1, so why did England outclass the hosts in the shortest form of the game, but not in the one day series? The boys try to find out why that is. And after the 50 over World Cup, England's white ball focus will shift to the next T20 World Cup in Australia in 2020 - and Eoin Morgan said he "absolutely" wants to remain England captain for that .so should he be? That is discussed and more on a bumper edition of the Tuffers and Vaughan podcast.
A quick game's a good game
Switch Hit Podcast ESPNcricinfo
access_time16 days ago
The Switch Hit team discuss England's emphatic T20I series win and increasing competition for World Cup places
England win, Morgan's future and Windies optimism
Test Match Special BBC
access_time16 days ago
After England complete a T20 series whitewash against the West Indies, Simon Mann and Dean Wilson are joined by David Willey, Mark Wood and captain Eoin Morgan. And as we look back on the whole series, we hear from former West Indies fast bowler Ian Bishop, who says that he feels more optimistic now about the future of West Indies cricket than he has in the past ten years
England seal T20 series whitewash thanks to brilliant Kate Cross over
Test Match Special BBC
access_time18 days ago
England won a dramatic final T20 in Guwahati as Kate Cross took two wickets and conceded just one run to get her side home and to a 3-0 series win. Henry Moeran is joined by Stephan Shemilt, Snehal Pradhan, Isabelle Westbury and stats man Phil Long to discuss this match and a rollercoaster tour in India, plus we hear from match-winner Cross.
England seal T20 series whitewash thanks to brilliant Kate Cross over
Test Match Special BBC
access_time18 days ago
England won a dramatic final T20 in Guwahati as Kate Cross took two wickets and conceded just one run to get her side home and to a 3-0 series win. Henry Moeran is joined by Stephan Shemilt, Snehal Pradhan, Isabelle Westbury and stats man Phil Long to discuss this match and a rollercoaster tour in India, plus we hear from match-winner Cross.
England’s “most dominant display of the tour” & who'll replace Ramps?
Test Match Special BBC
access_time18 days ago
England finally win a series in the Caribbean as they record their biggest ever T20 win in terms of runs. Simon Mann and Dean Wilson are joined by Sam Billings, Chris Jordan and Eoin Morgan to reflect on the match and the series win. We also discuss Mark Ramprakash's sacking as England's Test batting coach, and Kate Cross joins the team in Guwahati as England's women also push for a T20 clean sweep.
England Women seal T20 series win in India
Test Match Special BBC
access_time20 days ago
64 not out from Danielle Wyatt helped England to a comfortable victory against India in Guwahati to seal a T20 series win. Henry Moeran is joined by former Middlesex captain Isabelle Westbury and former India international Snehal Pradhan to discuss the match, and a dramatic night of weather in north east India
Johnny cashes in as England win
Test Match Special BBC
access_time21 days ago
Johnny Bairstow joins Simon Mann and Dean Wilson on the podcast after his man-of-the-match performance against the West Indies in the first T20 international in Saint Lucia. We hear from Chris Jordan, who Dean thinks should be in contention for a World Cup place, and we discuss who should be 'first reserve' in the batting during the World Cup.
England: from the sublime to the ridiculous?
Test Match Special BBC
access_time22 days ago
Mark Chapman, Phil Tufnell and Michael Vaughan pick the bones out of England's defeat in the 5th ODI in Saint Lucia. They discuss what England have learnt from this series and how many positions are up for grabs for the World Cup. We also hear from World Cup winner Ebony Rainford-Brent as England outclassed India to win the first women's Twenty20 international.
England women off to a perfect start in the T20
Test Match Special BBC
access_time22 days ago
After defeat in the ODI series against India, England Women made the perfect start to the T20 leg of their tour with a comprehensive victory in Guwahati. Henry Moeran is joined by Isabelle Westbury and Stephan Shemilt to discuss the action, plus we hear from player-of-the-match Tammy Beaumont and talk about who sits with whom at breakfast.
From boom to bust as England go all in
Switch Hit Podcast ESPNcricinfo
access_time23 days ago
The Switch Hit team discuss World Cup selection issues and the ups and downs of England's 2-2 draw with West Indies.
Lahore 2009: Cricket’s terror attack 10 years on
Test Match Special BBC
access_time24 days ago
Trevor Bayliss and Paul Farbrace explain what it was like to be in the Sri Lanka team bus that was attacked 10 years ago in Lahore, Pakistan. Islamist militants fired rockets and machine guns at the convoy as it reached the stadium. Six police officers and two civilians died in the attack. Many in the Sri Lankan team, including Farbrace, were injured.
Bayliss: England were terrible
Test Match Special BBC
access_time24 days ago
Simon Mann and Dean Wilson look back on England’s thrashing to the West Indies in the fifth and final ODI in Saint Lucia. We hear from an angry Trevor Bayliss, from Eoin Morgan, plus from Jason Holder and Chris Gayle, who played his last ODI in the West Indies. He also answers just what it feels like to hit a huge six. We also hear from Dani Wyatt in Guwahati, talk about whether there should be a minimum wage in cricket, and look back on a day that changed the sport forever.
England Women won the final ODI in India to avoid a series whitewash
Test Match Special BBC
access_time27 days ago
England Women won the final ODI in India to avoid a series whitewash, and picked up two ICC Women’s Championship points in the process. Henry Moeran is joined by Isabelle Westbury and former India international Snehal Pradhan to review the series, and we hear from England all-rounder Katherine Brunt and coach Mark Robinson.”
Universe Boss vs Universe Jos
Test Match Special BBC
access_time27 days ago
We hear from three centurions as Jos Butler, Eoin Morgan and Chris Gayle join the podcast to look back on a remarkable match in Grenada. Both Buttler and Gayle don’t seem to like the idea of a successor to the Universe Boss. We discuss Eoin Morgan’s importance to this England side, and we’re in Mumbai as England’s women try to avoid a series whitewash, but there’s good news for Anya Shrubsole.
A washout, a series defeat and vintage Arlott
Test Match Special BBC
access_time29 days ago
Trevor Bayliss joins the podcast after a washout in Grenada – Simon Mann and Dean Wilson discuss his selection issues ahead of next year’s World Cup. Elsewhere, England’s women go down to a series defeat in India, Chris Woakes explains how bowling has changed in the last four years, and on the 105th anniversary of his birth, we hear some vintage John Arlott commentary.
Two angry England captains, the Hundred, and Bayliss’s successor
Test Match Special BBC
access_time1 month ago
We look back on defeats for both England’s men and women; Simon Mann is joined by Tino Best after West Indies won in Barbados. Shimron Hetmyer talks us through his technique, and Sheldon Cottrell talks us through his military celebrations. We hear from an angry Heather Knight after England’s women lose to India in Mumbai, plus ECB Chief Exec Tom Harrison tells us that the Hundred has been a success already, and Ashley Giles explains why he wants one coach to cover all three formats of the game after Trevor Bayliss.
England shatter records in thrilling victory
Test Match Special BBC
access_time1 month ago
Former West Indian bowler Tino Best joins Simon Mann to look back at England's highest ever successful run chase, beating the West Indies in the first ODI in Barbados. We hear from centurions Jason Roy, who tells us of his desire to play Test cricket and Joe Root, as well as West Indies captain Jason Holder. Tino Best gives us the lowdown on what it's like playing with Chris Gayle, and we're also in Mumbai as England's women prepare to take on India.
Archer in sights, Farbrace departs and Chris Gayle returns
Test Match Special BBC
access_time1 month ago
Simon Mann is joined in Barbados by Dean Wilson from The Mirror analyse England's chances ahead of the 5 match ODI series against the West Indies. We hear from Eoin Morgan on whether Jofra Archer is likely to make England's World Cup squad, and what Paul Farbrace's imminent departure means ahead of English cricket's busiest summer. Plus Jason Holder tells us what they've learnt from Shannon Gabriel's suspension, and why the West Indies can't be underestimated.
St Lucia silver linings and World Cup fever
Switch Hit Podcast ESPNcricinfo
access_time1 month ago
The Switch Hit team hands out a new cap before sitting down to discuss the third Test in the Caribbean and England's white-ball focus
Is India experimenting too much?
Pady's Outswingers Glitz Digital
access_time1 month ago
Is team india over experimenting ahead of the WC? Will Pant and KL Rahul book their birth for the grand event?
Caribbean consolation for England in St Lucia
Test Match Special BBC
access_time1 month ago
As England win the final Test in St Lucia, but lose the series 2-1 to the West Indies, Jonathan Agnew and Sir Alastair Cook review where it went right, and where it wrong for Joe Root's side. Broadcaster Fazeer Mohammed gives us the Caribbean perspective on whether this win marks the beginning of a West Indian revival. We look back on the last time England lost in the Caribbean before an Ashes series, back in 2009. And Sir Alastair chooses his favourite new arrangement of TMS theme tune Soul Limbo.
Root on fire, Denly heats up and the Chef grilled
Test Match Special BBC
access_time1 month ago
Jonathan Agnew, Sir Alastair Cook and Michael Vaughan review the third day's play in St Lucia, as England tighten their grip on the final Test. Joe Root returns to form with a century and explains why it's a bittersweet moment. Fresh from his maiden half-century, Joe Denly tells us about his hopes of establishing himself as a Test regular. And Sir Alastair faces a grilling at the hands of the Cricket Social listeners.
The best day of my Test career - Wood
Test Match Special BBC
access_time1 month ago
Jonathan Agnew and Sir Alastair Cook round-up a busy second day of the final Test in St Lucia, as Mark Wood took five wickets on his return to the side. The Ashington paceman tells us he feels like a proper Test player after his display. Former West Indies head coach Stuart Law explains how Shannon Gabriel is causing particular concern for Joe Root. And with several England batsmen continuing to struggle, Sir Alastair describes how he tried to snap out of bad form.
Stubborn Stokes, patient Buttler and busted Keaton
Test Match Special BBC
access_time2 months ago
Jonathan Agnew and Sir Alastair Cook review the opening day of the final Test in St Lucia, where Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler demonstrated some much needed fight as England closed on 231-4. Hear from Stokes, who discusses his bizarre reprieve after being given out off a no-ball. West Indies' suspended captain Jason Holder talks about slow over-rates and the revival of West Indian fortunes. And Sir Alastair provides an insight into the mind of opening batsmen.
Cook: England selection has more clarity
Test Match Special BBC
access_time2 months ago
Sir Alastair Cook and Jonathan Agnew have arrived in Saint Lucia via the hairdresser, ahead of England’s third Test against the West Indies. We hear from Joe Root, Mark Wood and Kraigg Brathwaite on England’s team, lengthened runups, and over-rates. Plus Sir Alastair and Mark Wood give us their thoughts on whether Ottis Gibson might be the next England head coach.
Putting the win back in Windies
Switch Hit Podcast ESPNcricinfo
access_time2 months ago
The Switch Hit team discuss Englandâ'a„¢s Groundhog Day batting and another magnificent West Indies performance.
India On Song With WC Preparation
Pady's Outswingers Glitz Digital
access_time2 months ago
India is finding their best 15 for the WC. The best is yet come, still India is dominating the world.
Winning West Indies, sorry England and vibrant Viv
Test Match Special BBC
access_time2 months ago
As another calypso collapso hands West Indies a series victory, Jonathan Agnew and Sir Alastair Cook examine where it all went wrong for Joe Root's England. There's reaction from England captain Joe Root, head coach Trevor Bayliss and West Indies captain Jason Holder. Fazeer Mohammed tells us how the West Indies have turned around their fortunes. And Sir Viv Richards is on hand - and has a harsh message for Aggers!
England's bowlers frustrated as West Indies take control
Test Match Special BBC
access_time2 months ago
Jonathan Agnew and Sir Alastair Cook review the second day's play as England's bowlers toiled against the West Indian batting line-up. Despite the struggles, Stuart Broad says he feels rejuvenated after returning to the side. On a day where Jos Buttler put down two catches, Sir Alastair explains just how difficult it is to slip field. West Indian legend Sir Andy Roberts gives his verdict on the series so far. And cricket data analyst Dan Weston explains how a starting XI could be picked purely on statistics.
West Indies edge ahead as England's batting woes continue
Test Match Special BBC
access_time2 months ago
Jonathan Agnew and TMS podcast debutante Sir Alastair Cook review a fascinating opening day's play in Antigua, with England once again struggling with the bat. Hear reaction from Jonny Bairstow and West Indian bowler Kemar Roach. Also, Brian Lara recalls his legendary innings of 375 not out in Antigua, and Cricket World Cup managing director Steve Elworthy tells us how they'll tackle ticketing issues at this year's tournament.
Cook praises ‘brave’ decision to drop Jennings
Test Match Special BBC
access_time2 months ago
Sir Alastair Cook makes his debut as part of the Test Match Special team as he joins Jonathan Agnew in Antigua to preview England’s second Test against the West Indies. He gives his thoughts on the decision to drop Keaton Jennings, explains why he think international cricket might suit Joe Denly more than county cricket, and how Stuart Broad will have reacted to being dropped for the Barbados Test. We hear from captains Joe Root and Jason Holder, but Aggers has to tell Cook off for breaking one of the first rules of broadcasting…
Can bat, can bowl, can of worms
Switch Hit Podcast ESPNcricinfo
access_time2 months ago
England's excess of options gets them in an all-round mess as Jason Holder produces the gold for West Indies
England suffer Chase-ning defeat
Test Match Special BBC
access_time2 months ago
Jonathan Agnew picks the bones out of England’s 381-run thrashing by the West Indies with Vic Marks, plus we hear from Joe Root on where it went wrong for the tourists, and double centurion Jason Holder on his pride for West Indian cricket. The head of the West Indies Cricket Board tells us why he’s unhappy with Geoffrey Boycott, and we’ve got a song that will cheer the hearts of every England cricket fan. Because it’s about Australia’s woes.
Wicketless day leaves England facing Mission Impossible
Test Match Special BBC
access_time2 months ago
Barbados turned into a batsman's paradise as not a single wicket fell on Day Three of the opening Test between the West Indies and England. Jonathan Agnew, Vic Marks, Dan Norcross and Andy Zaltzman assess the state of play as England chase a wholly improbable 628 for victory. Double centurion Jason Holder plots West Indies' route to victory, while Jos Buttler tells us England are aiming to salvage pride heading into Day Four. Also hear from the first female TMS commentator Donna Symmonds, who's returned to the microphone after a decade. And fast bowler Steve Finn describes how he changed the laws of cricket.
Boycott, Bruce and Barbados batting bedlam
Test Match Special BBC
access_time2 months ago
It was a day of batting collapses as 18 wickets fell on day two of the opening Test between the West Indies and England. Jonathan Agnew, Dan Norcross, Vic Marks and Andy Zaltzman make sense of the chaos. Geoffrey Boycott gives his typically forthright view on England's latest batting failure. And hear from new Sheffield Wednesday boss and cricket fanatic Steve Bruce, who explains his love for the game.
Anderson swings Day One in England's favour in Barbados
Test Match Special BBC
access_time2 months ago
Four wickets from the evergreen Jimmy Anderson saw England leave West Indies on 264-8 after the opening day of the first Test in Barbados. Jonathan Agnew, Dan Norcross, Andy Zaltzman and Vic Marks assess where the balance of power lies after day one. Former England fast bowler Matthew Hoggard swings by to talk about the art of swing bowling, and the team preview Day Two.
Expectations on NZL Tour
Pady's Outswingers Glitz Digital
access_time2 months ago
Team India is all set to get their priorities right for the WC as they are up against a formidable NZL side. Both the sides will be eager to get their final 11 on not only on papers from the tournament.
Cook: Foakes has changed England’s dynamic
Test Match Special BBC
access_time2 months ago
Sir Alastair Cook joins Ebony Rainford Brent and Mark Chapman to talk about Joe Root’s captaincy, England’s chances in the West Indies, and why he still hasn’t filled in the paperwork to collect his knighthood. Plus West Indian broadcaster and journalist Fazeer Mohammed talks us through the latest crisis in the Caribbean, but why some new fast bowlers might help bring back the glory days.
Will England be wary of Windies?
Switch Hit Podcast ESPNcricinfo
access_time2 months ago
The Switch Hit team preview this week's first Test, and look back on England's only victory in the Caribbean since 1968.
Is team India leaving fitness at Bay?
Pady's Outswingers Glitz Digital
access_time3 months ago
One of major concerns ahead of the WC is keeping the prime players in full fitness. The current crop is so fragile and the management is not taking any active steps to solve the same. Will they stay put for the next six months to bring the cup home?
A look back at the historic win at MCG
Pady's Outswingers Glitz Digital
access_time3 months ago
Team India scripts a fabulous win down under to retain Border - Gavaskar trophy. Bumrah and Pujara lead the way.
Ind vs Aus - Match 3 Preview
Pady's Outswingers Glitz Digital
access_time3 months ago
Expectations, analysis and a small preview of Boxing Day Test match between Ind and Austraila.
29: #AUSvIND: The series is heating up...: #AakashVani
#AakashVani #AakashVani
access_time3 months ago
#AUSvIND: It's time for the 3rd Test with the series at 1-1. It's heating up here in Melbourne and while I enjoy a nice Christmas Day down here, let's do a quick preview of the Boxing Day Test in this #AakashVani brought to you by Flo Mattress. Speaking of which, you can get 10% off on your purchase of the mattress on their website by using the code: AAKASHVANI.
28: #AUSvIND: Mid-series learnings for #India
#AakashVani #AakashVani
access_time3 months ago
It's 1-1 at the halfway mark in the series. What has #India learnt? What can they do in the remaining 2 Tests? Let's talk about that in this #AakashVani Podcast, brought to you by Flo Mattress. Speaking of which, you can get 10% off on your purchase of the mattress on their website by using the code: AAKASHVANI.

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