93: Why Do Cricket Teams Choke?04/13/15
Nishant speaks with Tom Dawson-Squibb, a South African high-performance sports coach. They discuss the art of choking/asphyxiation, and how teams - not mentioning any one in particular - can prevent it. How can South Africa overcome their history of...
92: World Cup Review
Rising like slightly grouchy phoenixes from the flames of the World Cup morning after, Nishant and James discuss the tournament's highs and lows, whether Australia were worthy winners, and ponder just what on earth has happened to the once proud...
91: Cricket World Cup Preview
James & Nishant discuss each team's chances for the Cricket World Cup, including a clash on whether minnows should be allowed to exist on this planet or if they should be exterminated altogether. - Listen to Radio Cricket on iTunes or Android...
90: Osman Samiuddin
James chats to leading cricket writer Osman Samiuddin about "The Unquiet Ones", his book on the history of the game in Pakistan, as well as the team's prospects going into the World Cup and the potential return of Mohammad Amir. Follow Osman on...
89: Radio Cricket Christmas Special
- In a shock twist, India are struggling away from home. We assess the damage. - Are you smarter than an England selector? - England dump Alastair Cook, and we give the ECB a piece of our furious minds - Nishant begins his search for the perfect bride...
88: Remembering Phillip Hughes.m4a
Back by popular demand, James and Nishant reunite for Radio Cricket. They speak about Phillip Hughes' passing, and cricket's remarkable reaction to a tragedy that has shaken us all. This episode is sponsored by RM Renovations, London's most reliable...
Mt Kili Madness: Nishant Joshi speaks to BBC Henna Khan
Radio Cricket will be back. Very soon. We promise. But, in the meantime, Nishant is attempting to climb - and play cricket on - Kilimanjaro, whilst raising money for charity. To find out more: mtkilimadness.com James sends his regards!
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