Even for an international sportsman, England's record breaking batsman and wicket keeper Jonny Bairstow's story is extraordinary. Jonny's dad David Bairstow was one of the most well-known and well-liked Yorkshire cricketers of the modern era. He scored almost 13,000 runs and took 907 catches in more than 400 first class games for his county over 20 years. He became captain in the 1980s and played Test cricket for England. In 1998, David took his own life in his family home. In a candid interview with Michael Vaughan, Jonny opens up about the impact of his father's suicide, his life in cricket and his close relationship with Geoffrey Boycott.
We look back on the cricketing year from behind the scenes at the Professional Cricketer's Association awards at the Roundhouse. Features interviews with Andrew Flintoff, PCA Players’ Player of the Year Samit Patel, Heather Knight and Ashes-bound duo Craig Overton and Mark Stoneman.
Rohit Sharma slammed his 14th century and went past 6000 runs while Ajinkya Rahane slammed his fourth consecutive fifty as India won the match by seven wickets and clinched the series 4-1. With this win, Virat Kohli’s side seal the No.1 ranking in ODIs. Earlier, Axar Patel took three wickets to restrict Australia to 242/9.Catch highlights of India vs Australia 5th ODI here.
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Simon Mann and Isa Guha look back on England’s victory in the 5th ODI, which wrapped up a 4-0 series win against the West Indies. Includes interviews with Moeen Ali, Jonny Bairstow, Eoin Morgan and Jason Mohammed.
Jonathan Agnew, Simon Mann, Graeme Swann and Michael Vaughan give their reaction to England’s squad for the winter’s Ashes series in Australia. Features interviews with national selector James Whitaker and director of England cricket Andrew Strauss.
India vs Australia 2017, 3rd ODI at Indore, Highlights. Manish Pandey takes a single as India win the game with 5 wickets in the bag. An unassailable 3-0 lead in the 5 match series for Virat Kohli and boys. The Indians celebrate as the Australians have themselves to blame for the loss. Great show from the Indian batsmen and three guys who led the show are Hardik Pandya, Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane. Great all-round show in Indore.
India beat Australia by 50 runs in the second ODI at the Eden Gardens, Kolkata to take a 2-0 lead in the five-match series. Missed the match? Watch Bosskey's Silly Point to get the highlights of the match! WATCH NOW!
Former England cricketer Adam Hollioake speaks after being caught up in a bomb attack outside a ground in Afghanistan which resulted in three people being killed and more injured. We also hear from Paul Collingwood, who played for the World XI as international cricket returned to Pakistan for the first time since an attack on Sri Lankan team bus in 2009. Plus, Phil Tufnell and Michael Vaughan look ahead to England v West Indies in a one-day international at Old Trafford.
How did the first ODI between India and Australia go at Chepauk on Sunday? Watch Bosskey's Silly Point to find the highlights of the gripping match!
Former England cricketer Adam Hollioake speaks after being caught up in a bomb attack outside a ground in Pakistan where his team was playing, which resulted in three people being killed and more injured. Also, last week international cricket returned to Pakistan after the country was made a no-go zone for international games after the attack on the Sri Lankan team bus in 2009. Last week the country hosted three one-day matches against a team of international players - one of them was Paul Collingwood, and he describes his week. Plus, Phil Tufnell and Michael Vaughan look ahead to England v West Indies in a One Day International at Old Trafford.
Jonathan Agnew presents Anya Shrubsole with the Spirit of Cricket Award at Lord's and West Indies legend Brian Lara delivers this year's Cowdrey lecture.
Reaction to the third day of the third Test between England and West Indies with Jonathan Agnew and Michael Vaughan. We hear from James Anderson after taking test-best figures of 7-42 to help England to a 2-1 series win over the West Indies. We also get the thoughts of the victorious captain Joe Root, England head coach Trevor Bayliss and finally Test Match Special's Henry Blofeld who was commentating for the final time at the end of his long, illustrious career.
Reaction to the second day of the third Test between England and West Indies with Alison Mitchell and Michael Vaughan. We hear from James Anderson after he took his 500th Test wicket before West Indies finished the day 93-3, 22 runs ahead of England's first innings total of 194. We also hear from Kemar Roach who took 5-72 to put his name on the Lords honours board.
Reaction to the first day of the third Test between England and West Indies with Simon Mann and Michael Vaughan. We hear from Ben Stokes after he took a Test best 6-22 in a superb spell of swing bowling either side of tea, after the tourists opted to bat in overcast conditions. West Indies batting coach Toby Radford reflects on his side being bowled out for 123 on a day where 14 wickets fell at Lords, as England finished the day 46-4.
Will England's Test captain Joe Root be playing in next year's Indian Premier League? Tuffers and Vaughan join Mark Chapman to discuss and preview the final Test against the West Indies. You will also hear from England's outgoing bowling coach Ottis Gibson, and there is a look ahead to the Ashes with former Aussie opener Michael Slater.
Was the West Indies’ victory over England at Headingley the greatest test match upset? Michael Vaughan and Phil Tufnell join Mark Chapman to have their say alongside former England ODI coach Ashley Giles. West Indies batsman Chris Gayle tells the team he’s ready to return to test cricket, and Surrey Stars’ spinner Alex Hartley previews the Women’s Super League finals day.
Reaction to the final day of the second test between England and West Indies at Headlingley with Jonathan Agnew and Michael Vaughan. We hear from West Indies' batting heroes Kraigg Brathwaite and Shai Hope, who became the first man to score centuries in both innings of a first-class match at Headingley, as his unbeaten 118 took the tourists to their target of 322 for victory. There's also reaction from England captain Joe Root and coach Trevor Bayliss.
Reaction to the fourth day of the second test between England and West Indies at Headlingley with Simon Mann and Michael Vaughan. We hear from West Indies bowling coach Roddy Estwick, plus England’s Chris Woakes and Moeen Ali after his 84 helped England declare on 490-8, a lead of 321.
Jonathan Agnew is joined by Michael Vaughan, James Taylor and Melinda Farrell to decide who should be in England's top five for the Ashes at lunch on the fourth day of the second Test between England and West Indies at Headlingley.
Reaction to the third day of the second test between England and West Indies at Headlingley with Simon Mann and Michael Vaughan. We hear from West Indies Captain Jason Holder and Mark Stoneman who made 52 to help England finish the day two runs ahead of the visitors on 171-3.
Reaction to the second day of the second test between England and West Indies at Headlingley with Simon Mann and Michael Vaughan. We hear from Jimmy Anderson who took three wickets for England, plus Shai Hope who finished the day unbeaten on 147 and Kraigg Brathwaite who scored 134 to help West Indies finish the day 329-5.
Astronomer Chris Lintott joins Jonathan Agnew to celebrate 60 years of "The Sky at Night" and talk about his love of cricket at lunch on the second day of the second Test between England and West Indies at Headingley.
The BBC's Cricket Correspondent Jonathan Agnew is joined by former England Captain Michael Vaughan as well as Ben Stokes and Kemar Roach as they review the opening day of the second test between England and the West Indies at Headingley.
Reaction to England's innings-and-209-run victory over West Indies in the first Test with Simon Mann and Michael Vaughan. We hear from England captain Joe Root, coach Trevor Bayliss, man of the match Alastair Cook and Stuart Broad who took 3-43 in the second innings to move above Sir Ian Botham into second on the list of England's all-time leading Test wicket-takers. We also hear from West Indies captain Jason Holder after his side lost 19 wickets on day three at Edgbaston.
Pointless presenter and television producer Richard Osman joins Jonathan Agnew to discuss his career and love of sport, at lunch on the third day of the opening Test between England and West Indies at Edgbaston.
Reaction to the second day of the first Test between England and West Indies with Simon Mann and Michael Vaughan. We also hear from England's Dawid Malan after he made 65 to help England to 514-8 before they declared following Alastair Cook's dismissal on 243. West Indies had reached 44-1, when rain forced the players off with 26 overs left to bowl.
Reaction to the first day of the first Test between England and West Indies with Simon Mann and Michael Vaughan. We also hear from West Indies bowling coach Roddy Estwick and England Captain Joe Root after his 136 helped England to 348-3 on the first day at Edgbaston with the help of Alastair Cook who finished the day unbeaten on 153.
Sir Curtly Ambrose helps preview England v West Indies and gives his own bowling tips to current England bowler Mark Wood. Michael Vaughan, Paul Collingwood and Sir Curtly Ambrose join Mark Chapman to preview England's three-match Test series against the West Indies. The panel also discuss England selection, the logistics around a day-night Test, and Mark Wood joins to talk fast bowling.
Reaction to England's 3-1 series win over South Africa on the fourth day of the fourth Test at Old Trafford with Alison Mitchell and Michael Vaughan. We'll also hear from England's Jimmy Anderson, captain Joe Root, man of the series Moeen Ali and South African captain Faf du Plessis as well as England coach Trevor Bayliss after his side completed a 177-run win over South Africa, bowling them out for 202 in their second innings as they chased an unlikely 380 for victory.