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A monthly cricket podcast full of interviews and discussion hosted at the Home of Cricket.

A monthly cricket podcast full of interviews and discussion hosted at the Home of Cricket.
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A monthly cricket podcast full of interviews and discussion hosted at the Home of Cricket.

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English


Episodes

Graeme 'Foxy' Fowler - six pints and a century at Lord's

9/24/2018
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Graeme 'Foxy' Fowler sits down at his home in Durham and chats through his 106 vs the West Indies at Lord's in 1984, falling through Elton John's coffee table, being sacked by Lancashire, battling depression and life after cricket. 'Absolutely Foxed' by Graeme Fowler: http://www.simonandschuster.co.uk/books/Absolutely-Foxed/Graeme-Fowler/9781471142321 ... new book 'Mind over Batter' coming in May 2019. Get in a touch with the show via email: podcast@mcc.org.uk On Twitter: @homeofcricket...

Duration:01:01:09

Graham Onions - a fairy tale debut in a summer to remember

9/17/2018
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In an open and honest interview, former England bowler Graham Onions chats about his 5/38 against the West Indies at Lord's on Test debut, the Ashes summer of 2009, meeting popstar Lily Allen, battling against South Africa and the lowest point of his career - when overlooked by England after taking 70 wickets in a summer. Get in a touch with the show via email: podcast@mcc.org.uk On Twitter: @homeofcricket or @willroe2 And check out the dedicated podcast page on the Lord's website at...

Duration:00:52:25

Allan Donald - Mike Atherton, Hansie Cronje and 5 more at Lord's (Part 2 of 2)

9/10/2018
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In part two of this podcast, Allan Donald talks politics and sport, meeting Nelson Mandela, the 1998 series in England - where he takes 5/32 at Lord's and THAT famous duel with Mike Atherton at Trent Bridge - and the life and tragic death of his close friend Hansie Cronje. Get in a touch with the show via email: podcast@mcc.org.uk On Twitter: @homeofcricket or @willroe2 And check out the dedicated podcast page on the Lord's website at www.lords.org/podcast

Duration:00:43:41

Allan Donald - 'White Lightning' strikes Lord's (Part 1 of 2)

9/10/2018
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In the first of a two-part episode, the legendary pace bowler Allan Donald chats about growing up in South Africa, playing for Warwickshire, a perfect return to Lord's in 1994 and an unpleasant falling out with his captain Keppler Wessels. Get in touch with the show via email: podcast@mcc.org.uk On Twitter: @homeofcricket or @willroe2 And check out the dedicated podcast page on the Lord's website at www.lords.org/podcast

Duration:00:36:32

Marcus Trescothick and his final century

9/3/2018
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Marcus Trescothick chats about his 14th and last Test hundred for England in 2006 - just six years after his debut - which came at Lord’s against Sri Lanka. Also in the podcast the former England opener discusses his early life, bouts with depression and how he’s still going strong after 26 seasons of professional cricket. Marcus Trescothick testimonial page - https://www.marcustrestestimonial.co.uk/ Get in touch with the show via email: podcast@mcc.org.uk On Twitter: @homeofcricket or...

Duration:00:35:13

Darren Gough down the years at Lord's

8/27/2018
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England's strike bowler from the 1990s, Darren Gough, sits downs in the Home Dressing Room at Lord's and recalls his 5-wicket haul against Pakistan in 2001, his Yorkshire debut, getting an ODI 5-for against the Aussies and much more. Get in touch with the show via email: podcast@mcc.org.uk On Twitter: @homeofcricket or @willroe2 And check out the dedicated podcast page on the Lord's website at www.lords.org/podcast

Duration:00:34:42

Kumar Sangakkara - the Lord's century (Part 2 of 2)

8/20/2018
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In the second of this two-part podcast, Kumar Sangakkara chats about his final Test match at Lord's in 2014 where he scored 147 as well as his ambitions in England, and the legacy that he's left in cricket. Get in touch with the show via email: podcast@mcc.org.uk On Twitter: @homeofcricket or @willroe2 And check out the dedicated podcast page on the Lord's website at www.lords.org/podcast

Duration:00:32:45

Kumar Sangakkara - the early years and Test debut (Part 1 of 2)

8/20/2018
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In the first of a two-part podcast, Kumar Sangakkara discusses his childhood in Sri Lanka against the backdrop of his country's civil war, the 1996 Cricket World Cup and his Test debut against South Africa in 2000. Get in touch with the show via email: podcast@mcc.org.uk On Twitter: @homeofcricket or @willroe2 And check out the dedicated podcast page on the Lord's website at www.lords.org/podcast

Duration:00:27:34

Graham Gooch and his 333

8/13/2018
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Legendary England batsman Graham Gooch chats about his upbringing in Essex, early life as a cricketer, his famous 333 at Lord’s, the self doubt he has felt as a player and his first Test hundred which came at the Home of Cricket, against the fearsome West Indies attack of the 1980s. Get in touch with the show via email: podcast@mcc.org.uk On Twitter: @homeofcricket or @willroe2 And check out the dedicated podcast page on the Lord's website at www.lords.org/podcast

Duration:00:39:12

New series trailer

8/9/2018
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A new series of the Lord's Cricket Podcast is back. Featuring one-on-one interviews with the greats of the game and their performances at the Home of Cricket. The first episode is out on Monday 13 August and is with the legendary England batsman Graham Gooch. Get in touch with the show at podcast@mcc.org.uk or via Twitter at @homeofcricket.

Duration:00:02:10

Ashes Special - Episode Three: Aussie Dominance and England's Revival

11/19/2017
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Simon Jones, Emma John & Jo Harman join host Will Roe to discuss how Australia ruled supreme during the 1990's and what changed when Michael Vaughan's side regained the Urn in 2005, in the final episode of the three-part Ashes special. The Podcast is in association with Wisden Cricket Monthly.

Duration:00:46:55

Ashes Special - Episode Two: 1981 - Botham's Ashes

11/15/2017
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Former England bowler Bob Willis and Wisden Cricket Monthly editor Phil Walker join Will Roe to discuss how one of the most iconic cricket series of all-time unfolded in the English summer of 1981. This is the second episode of the three-part Ashes series special, in association with Wisden Cricket Monthly.

Duration:00:45:32

Ashes Special - Episode One: The birth of the Urn & the Bodyline series

11/13/2017
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In the first of a three-part Ashes series, in association with Wisden Cricket Monthly, Will Roe discusses the birth of the ferocious rivalry between England & Australia including the infamous 'Bodyline' Tour with cricket historian David Frith & MCC Librarian Neil Robinson.

Duration:00:40:31

The Lord's Podcast - July 2016

7/12/2016
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Mohammad Amir's return to Lord's, England selection ahead of the first Test against Pakistan, the trials and tribulations of the England side in the 90s and the Lord's Podcast quiz are all tackled by England selector Angus Fraser, writer Emma John and Lords.org's Will Roe in the latest edition of the Lord's Podcast.Photo: Matt Bright

Duration:00:34:17

The Lord's Podcast - June 2016

7/1/2016
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Middlesex's t20 captain Dawid Malan and All Out Cricket's Phil Walker join Lords.org's Will Roe for the latest edition of the Lord's Podcast. The trio discuss Malan's call up to the England t20 squad (0.45), the turnaround in from of Middlesex's white ball cricket (8.52) - with players such as Brendon McCullum and George Bailey - and what next for Nick Compton after he takes a break from the game (16.48). There is also the Lord's Podcast historical quiz (22.03).

Duration:00:27:52

The Lord's Podcast - May 2016

5/25/2016
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The Lord's Podcast with BBC commentator and Middlesex Women's captain Izzy Westbury along with journalist and author Tim Wigmore. The duo join Lords.org's Will Roe. Topics up for discussion include:Ball or Woakes - who should get the nod for England in the second Investec Test? (1.12) Can England be world number one again? (6.52) How can the NatWest t20 Blast emulate the success of the IPL and Big Bash? (10.41) The Lord's Podcast Quiz, with a historical twist. (22.12)

Duration:00:27:06

The Lord's Podcast - April 2016

4/13/2016
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James Taylor's retirement. Why are there no batsmen in the Five Wisden Cricketers of the Year? How will England fare against Sri Lanka & Pakistan? And how the 2005 Ashes series defined Simon Jones' career. All on this month's Lord's Podcast with former England fast bowler Simon Jones, Wisden Editor Lawrence Booth and Lords.org's Will Roe

Duration:00:30:32

The Lord's Podcast - March 2016

3/11/2016
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Who will win the ICC World t20? Is the new domestic structure for County Cricket in England the right way to go? And will Ian Bell ever play for England again? All on this month's Lord's Podcast featuring ECB Director of Women's Cricket Clare Connor, All Out Cricket's Phil Walker and Lords.org's Will Roe.

Duration:00:36:56

The Lord's Podcast - February 2016

2/25/2016
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Australia aggression, red cards in cricket, Brendon McCullum's record breaking farewell and England's limited overs struggles in South Africa. Listen to the latest Lord's Podcast with Middlesex's Ollie Rayner, journalist Lizzy Ammon and Lords.org's Will Roe.

Duration:00:30:16

The Lord's Podcast - January 2016

1/21/2016
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Stuart Broad's rise to number one, England's series victory in South Africa and the news that Brendon McCullum will deliver the MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture in the same year he'll play for Middlesex in the NatWest T20 Blast.Middlesex allrounder James Franklin and freelance journalist Tim Wigmore join Lords.org's Will Roe on the podcast.

Duration:00:35:13