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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




The Real Ashes Tour

Does English cricket have a drinking culture, or has their latest Ashes misdemeanour been blown out of all proportion? Plus, it may only stand 10 centimeters tall, but the Ashes urn required VIP security and its own seat on the plane when it made a rare trip to Australia in 2006. The inside story of the real Ashes tour. And the new head of Pakistan cricket says he's setting his sights on India. Photo: Ashes urn (Getty Images)

Duration: 00:42:45

The Waca's Most Famous Moments

As Perth's iconic Waca prepares to host its final Test, we'll hear from some of those who witnessed its most famous moments - in the company of former Australia captain Kim Hughes. Plus, new research that suggests the key to seeing the pink ball under lights could be wearing rose-tinted glasses. Photo: Dennis Lillee confronts Javed Miandad (Getty Images)

Duration: 00:53:37

Why is the Ashes Rivalry so Fierce?

Former Australia opener Chris Rogers joins the team to look ahead to the second Ashes Test in Adelaide as England look to bounce back from their 10-wicket defeat in the first Test in Brisbane. What makes the Ashes one of the fiercest rivalries in sport? Filmmaker Peter Dickson tells us about his new documentary series which aims to answer that question through interviews with some of the most famous characters in Ashes history. And we’ll revisit the infamous Bodyline series through the...

Duration: 00:56:08

The Ashes: Let Battle Commence

As the 70th Ashes series gets underway in Brisbane, we have a foot in each camp with special guests former England bowler Matthew Hoggard and former Australia spinner Brad Hogg. They discuss the unique pressures of an Ashes tour, the secrets of success and failure and the crucial role of the captain. And as Australia wrap up the women’s Ashes, superstar Ellyse Perry relives her record-breaking double century. Photo: Steve Smith & Joe Root with the Ashes urn

Duration: 00:42:39

Inside the Gabbatoir

What is it about the Gabba that makes it so intimidating for opposing teams? Simon Parker speaks to grounsdmen and ex-players from England and Australia to explore the mythology behind the “Gabbatoir” as England prepare for their latest visit to the Brisbane cauldron. Meet Rashid Khan, the teenage Afghanistan spinner who has become one of the hottest properties on the global Twenty20 circuit. Now he's aiming to make a mark on the Big Bash this winter. Plus, Paul Buck went to prison for...

Duration: 00:52:07

'You Guys Are History'

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

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

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

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?

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