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The weekly cricket show from BBC Sport in association with ABC and All India Radio

The weekly cricket show from BBC Sport in association with ABC and All India Radio
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The weekly cricket show from BBC Sport in association with ABC and All India Radio

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English


Episodes

Pope's Sydney Schooling

8/9/2018
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The Sydney club that developed England's new batsman Ollie Pope. Are "shot clocks" the best solution to slow play in cricket? And find out why one of cricket's most picturesque venues is on the brink of demolition. Photo: Ollie Pope (Getty Images)

Duration:00:45:19

1,000 Tests Not Out

8/3/2018
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In 1877, England played their first ever Test match - 141 years on - they have become the first nation to reach 1000 matches in the longest format of the game - we reflect on England's Test history with cricket journalist Simon Wilde who has written a book called England: The Biography, the story of English Cricket 1877-2018. Plus find out how Imran Khan went from a cricketing icon to potentially becoming Pakistan's prime minister. Picture - Joe Root and Virat Kohli (Credit - Getty Images)

Duration:00:40:59

Cricket's Greatest Hat-Tricks?

7/27/2018
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Lancashire's unlikely hero Jordan Clark talks about his sensational hat-trick against Yorkshire. He wiped out three of the world's best batsmen in the space of three balls, but was it the greatest hat-trick of all-time? We'll take you inside the Iceland dressing-room as they prepare for their first ever international match. And - we'll meet a man with an incurable addiction ... to collecting all things cricket. Photo: Stuart Broad (Getty Images)

Duration:00:51:28

Kohli's Conundrum & Rock Star Root

7/19/2018
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England underline their status as World Cup favourites by beating India 2-1 - but could Joe Root's rock star imitation come back to haunt him in the Test series between the teams? We speak to Netherlands teenage star Sterre Kalis about the challenges of making a career in the women's game. And the street cricket project that's getting more kids into the sport. Photo: Virat Kohli (Getty Images)

Duration:00:48:04

Cricket World Cup: Who Can Take Australia's Crown?

7/13/2018
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England may have missed out on on the football World Cup final, but can they make the final of the Cricket World Cup in 12 months time? We'll hear from Clive Lloyd, who captained the west indies to victory in the first two world cups - and England batsman Dawid Malan. Plus, how cricket is hoping to capitalise on the World Cup buzz in Russia. Photo: Australia celebrate Cricket World Cup win (Getty Images)

Duration:00:41:41

23/06/2018 GMT

6/21/2018
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The weekly cricket show from BBC Sport in association with ABC and All India Radio.

Duration:00:54:07

The Rise of Afghanistan's Cricket Team

6/14/2018
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It's a nation usually associated with war and terror but after a long long wait, finally Afghanistan are playing their first ever Test match against India - Our reporter Sam Sheringham is in India to find out how about Afghanistan's remarkable journey. The Afghan Cricket chairman Atif Mashal has been telling us what it means to be part of cricket's most exclusive club. Bangladesh's women's team pulled off a dramatic three-wicket victory in the final against six-time champions India to...

Duration:00:42:00

Indigenous Beginnings: The History of Aboriginal Cricket

6/8/2018
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150 years ago, 13 Aboriginals became the first Australia team to tour overseas when they travelled to England. Author Greg de Moore tells the remarkable story of how the Aboriginal team was created - which he believes is the most important part of Australian cricket's history. To mark the anniversary, the best Aboriginal players from Australia are back in England this summer, to trace the steps of those pioneers in 1868. Hannah Darlington is one of them and she joins us at The Oval to...

Duration:00:38:50

Mickey Arthur Wonder Coach

6/1/2018
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Pakistan out-fought, out-skilled and outplayed England in the first Test at Lords to silence their critics - we ask how has Mickey Arthur transformed a team usually mocked for their fielding to showing England how to win in English conditions. We hear from legendary pace bowler Waqar Younis. In contrast, where is it going wrong for England? Former England batsman James Taylor speaks to Alison Mitchell about how can Trevor Bayliss and Joe Root turn their form around having gone eight Tests...

Duration:00:42:46

Does English Cricket have a Diversity Problem?

2/16/2018
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Vikram Solanki became the only full-time non-white coach across the domestic league in England after becoming assistant head coach of Surrey County Cricket Club - we speak to Roland Butcher, the first black player to represent England, on the lack of ethnic minority coaches in county cricket. Two weeks ago, not many of you would have heard of 26-year-old wicketkeeper Heinrich Klaasen - but he is now been in the headlines following a remarkable performance with the bat to give South Africa...

Duration:00:44:58

Tendulkar Junior Makes Waves in Australia

1/18/2018
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How Sachin Tendulkar's son is starting his quest to follow in the footsteps of his celebrated father. Meet the Australian sportswoman who's equally handy with a tennis racquet as she is a cricket bat. And India's blind cricket team are the best in the world - but why aren't they funded by the national board?

Duration:00:48:40

'You Guys Are History'

7/28/2017
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As The Oval hosts its 100th Test, former England fast bowler Devon Malcolm looks back on his incredible nine-wicket burst at the ground in 1994, and sets the record straight on some of the myths surrounding his remarkable career. Tammy Beaumont, voted the best player of the Women's World Cup, on the impact of the tournament around the world. Photo; Devon Malcolm (Getty Images)

Duration:00:44:44

Women's World Cup Final Special

7/21/2017
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Who will triumph in the Women’s World Cup final – England or India? England’s Anya Shrubsole, star of their semi-final win over South Africa, looks ahead to the showpiece. Rahul Tandon reports from Kolkata on the rise of the women’s game in India. And Holly Colvin, head of Women's Cricket at the ICC, looks at the global impact of the tournament.

Duration:00:46:37

Smriti Mandhana - India's Golden Girl

7/7/2017
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India's Women's World Cup star Smriti Mandhana talks to Alison Mitchell about her upbringing in India, where she was never coached but copied her brother's batting technique. John Buchanan reflects on the bitter pay dispute threatening to derail Australian cricket. And meet Ian Holland, the reality TV cricketer. Photo: Smriti Mandhana (Getty Images)

Duration:00:38:38

Stumped End of Year Quiz

12/23/2016
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Stumped presenters Alison Mitchell, Jim Maxwell and Charu Sharma go head to head in a festive cricket quiz, hosted by Kevin Howells. Photo: Shane Warne (Getty Images)

Duration:00:26:27

Why Are Bowlers Always Injured?

12/16/2016
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Hear a radical new theory about how a 50-year-old rule change may have caused more bowler injuries. Virat Kohli's lifelong coach on his father-son relationship with India's captain. And the Netherlands set their sights on the big time. Photo: Mitchell Starc (Getty Images).

Duration:00:37:51