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The White Line Wireless cricket podcast will look at all the happenings in the world of cricket, with a focus on the Australian cricket scene. Informative and irreverent, engaging and entertaining, the White Line Wireless cricket podcast has all your cricketing needs covered!

The White Line Wireless cricket podcast will look at all the happenings in the world of cricket, with a focus on the Australian cricket scene. Informative and irreverent, engaging and entertaining, the White Line Wireless cricket podcast has all your cricketing needs covered!
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Location:

Australia

Description:

The White Line Wireless cricket podcast will look at all the happenings in the world of cricket, with a focus on the Australian cricket scene. Informative and irreverent, engaging and entertaining, the White Line Wireless cricket podcast has all your cricketing needs covered!

Language:

English

Contact:

0409556370


Episodes

South African Music

5/3/2018
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While The Australians visited South Africa, Anth talked to Danish musicologist and producer Simon Lundsgaard about the development of South African music that led to Kwaito and Bubblegum. Not a whole lot of cricket in this one, but a great companion to the Apartheid episodes for those who want to get a deeper understanding of the cultural context of contemporary South Africa. There's also some sick tunes, a perfect way to start your Friday night.

Duration:00:51:32

Roar of the Crowd: #SandpaperGate

3/27/2018
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At lunch time on day four of the fourth Test in Cape Town, Anth Condon sat down with Supun Ambepitiya, Krish Prasad, and Yasitha Amarasinghe give their hot takes on #SandpaperGate. Who is the leadership team? What is an appropriate punishment? Where were the umpires? What is the reaction around the world? Plus a special bonus treat courtesy of @MessyJez and @GuerillaCricket - Ball Tampering Bancroft, the musical.

Duration:00:31:22

Tea Time Chat - Affiliates

3/24/2018
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Cam Boyle, Russ Degnan, and Anth Condon spend the tea break on Day 2 of the Third Test between South Africa and Australia in Cape Town discussing affiliate cricket. A homily to the value of the affiliates to world cricket, and a screed against rushing into the Olympics.

Duration:00:17:23

World Cup Qualifying update

3/22/2018
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Cam Boyle and Anth Condon had a chat about the ongoing World Cup Qualifiers during the tea break on Day 1 of the Third Test between South Africa and Australia. Pro-associate, anti-ICC content followed. And some obscure Dutch cricket trivia.

Duration:00:17:39

Roar of the Crowd: Sledging.

3/22/2018
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Live from the Lunch Show for Day 1 of the Third Test at Newlands, Cape Town, Cat Jones, Andrew Donnison, and Ben Renick take on this week's biggest cricketing sledging story, Smith v Rabada (with a side Philander hacking).

Duration:00:25:58

Pitches have niches

2/4/2018
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@AnthCondon is joined by @TheAmanMisra for this live (at the time) from India podcast. Responding to the call from The Grade Cricketer for a Malcolm Gladwell Revisionist History of the WACA, Aman and Anth take a deep dive into the science and history of the cricket pitch. Should home teams be able to prepare pitches to their advantage? What's the deal with organic matter? Why do pitches get political? When did a wicket keeper open the batting for India? For more on the science behind this...

Duration:01:09:51

History of Dutch Cricket

12/3/2017
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Anth is joined my MJ Knoestler to take a deep dive into Dutch cricket. A game born on Flemish village greens, brought to England by religious refugees, distilled through the English aristocracy before returning through invasion - cricket's Dutch connections run deep and broad. Colonialism. Empire. World Wars. The story of Dutch cricket is the story of Europe.

Duration:01:06:54

Women's Test Cricket

9/21/2017
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Anth is joined by Liz Yates and Josh Robinson for an in depth discussion about the history of Women's Test Cricket. From the deep context of Victorian England's first wave of Feminism, through the early years of women's cricket and the first test in 1934. The history of the 20th century is examined through the careers of two of the greatest players of all time: Enid Blakewell and Betty Wilson. Finally we discuss how we've gotten to where we are today, the importance of supporting the game,...

Duration:01:32:26

Cricket and Alcohol

7/25/2017
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James Wickham of @TheDrinksBreak joins @AnthCondon to talk about booze. From being the raison d'être of English v Australian internationals through to David Warner smacking Joe Root in the melon, we take a hazy trip down blackout lane to look at one of the fundamentals of Australian cricket culture. Includes tales of the questionable Don Bradman, and the legendary David Boon.

Duration:00:54:06