Best Cricket podcasts — Q-and-A, tips, and game coverage (Updated April 2018; image)
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Test Match Special
Monthly
 
Coverage of England’s cricket matches. Insight and analysis from Jonathan Agnew and Geoffrey Boycott, plus interviews with the top players.
 
Sky's cricket team bring you all the latest from England’s build up ahead of the Cricket World Cup. Join in the debate on Twitter @SkyCricket.
 
Weekly insight into the world of cricket with Simon Hughes, The Analyst and Simon Mann, featuring opinion, comment, analysis, interviews with international players and celebrity guests.
 
A talk show on English cricket
 
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Cricket Unfiltered
Weekly+
 
If you love cricket then this weekly podcast is for you. Get closer to the game than ever before with in-depth analysis, discussion and debate.The podcast is produced by media giant Newscorp and Andrew Menczel. The show features Newscorp's national team of cricket journalists and reporters. This is must listen for cricket fans. Subscribe now!
 
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Radio Cricket
Monthly
 
"A Cricket Podcast For All The Family, Except Children And Old People"Like what you hear? Donate to keep Radio Cricket going, at patreon.com/AltCricketSearch for 'Radio Cricket' in your favourite podcast app and subscribe for FREE!
 
The world's most popular weekly cricket show, heard on EON Sports Radio in Australia. Hosted by Dennis Freedman & Cat Jones.
 
Geoffrey Boycott answers your questions on all things Cricket
 
The world's biggest sports radio station
 
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World Cricket Show
Monthly
 
A cricket podcast by two guys whose school team once got bowled out for 22, and the next week got bowled out for 13. And they never let it go.'Acclaimed' - Financial Times, 2016
 
A fortnightly magazine show hosted by Harsha Bhogle one of India's most popular cricket commentators
 
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Cow Corner
Monthly+
 
For all the action from the world of Australian and International Cricket, listen to Cow Corner with Peter Newlinds and Dan Lonergan.
 
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BYC
Monthly
 
The Beige Brigade likes to stay ahead of the pack. We are the pack actually, let’s be honest. We’ve set up The BYC – New Zealand’s first cricket podcast. It’s not a party political broadcast for NZ Cricket, it’s slightly tongue in cheek, heavy on retro, but still with enough cricket for the discerning fan. The BYC is an acronym for whatever: Back Yard Cricket, Boys Yak Crap, Beige Yarn Club…
 
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Darren Gough and Jon Norman discuss and debate the biggest cricket stories of the weekBy matt.davis@talksport.co.uk (talkSPORT2).
 
Simon Hughes and Simon Mann are joined by cricket data expert Dan Weston who dispels a few myths about selelction policy
 
England's white-ball captain Eoin Morgan joins Matt Floyd to reflect on England's winter, the Australian ball-tampering scandal and the proliferation of English players in this season's Indian Premier League.
 
Ok, Let's be honest. This episode may be a little bit Pakistan / USA centric. BUT...... Our 3rd largest listener base is the USA (expats and people who hate their lives I assume). Pakistan comes in about 12th. MORE BUT..... As you guys know, I went to Pakistan last year and through that, got to learn that American comedian Jeremy McLellan visit ...…
 
Peter Lalor saw and survived the whole South African tour, hear his view of the destruction of Aussie cricket. Then Carly Adno joins the show to give an insight into the South African perspective.Twitter: @auscricketpod or Andrew Menczel @amenners Keep up with all the action: www.dailytelegraph.com.au/cricket, theaustralian.com.au,heraldsun.com ...…
 
Jon Norman and Darren Gough are back with a shorter edition of cricket week, but still with the same brilliant content as before!By matt.davis@talksport.co.uk (talkSPORT2).
 
simon hughes and Simon Mann are joined by Jack Brooks and Isabelle Westbury to preview the domestic season and ask if there is ball tampering in county cricket
 
Host Andrew Menczel is joined by Robert Craddock and Ben Horne, two of Australia's most senior cricket writers, to try and make sense of 'SandpaperGate'.Then there is a feature interview with Australian middle order star Travis Head.To keep up with the all the cricket news go to: dailytelegraph.com.au/cricket or theaustralian.com.au/sport/crick ...…
 
David Lloyd joins Ian Ward to reflect on his winter's highs and lows, give an insight into working with Sky New Zealand and share his thoughts on where England go from here...
 
Bob Willis and Angus Fraser join Charles Colvile as the inquest proper into England's disappointing winter tours to Australia and New Zealand begins.
 
Alan Gardner is joined by Mark Butcher, Andrew Miller and Andrew McGlashan from New Zealand to discuss the end of England's tour of New Zealand, the future of Australian cricket and the 2018 County Championship.
 
Simon Hughes, Simon Mann and New Zealand commentator Ian Smith suggest that the long winter has raised more issues than it has solved as England lose another away series
 
Darren Gough and Jon Norman debate the biggest cricket stories of the week, including the second Test between New Zealand and EnglandBy matt.davis@talksport.co.uk (talkSPORT2).
 
Cricket Correspondent Jonathan Agnew is joined by Graeme Swann to look back on the final day of the second test between New Zealand and England, featuring interviews with Joe Root and Neil Wagner.
 
Jonathan Agnew gets the thoughts on the series from the written press. He’s joined by John Etheridge of the Sun, Dean Wilson from the Mirror and Vic Marks of the Guardian.
 
Jason Mohammad, Michael Vaughan and Phil Tufnell examine the continuing fallout from the Australian ball-tampering scandal. Vaughan believes Cricket Australia need to look at their part in the furore, saying they helped create David Warner's "bull-like" manner. The team also look at whether other teams should follow New Zealand's lead when it c ...…
 
Bob Willis and Jonathan Liew join Charles Colvile to discuss whether England can force a win in Christchurch, Joe Root's conversion rate and more.
 
Simon Mann goes off his long run to point out the absurdity of losing crucial time in the 2nd Test because the NZ clocks went back...
 
Cricket Correspondent Jonathan Agnew is joined by Graeme Swann to look back on the fourth day of the second test between New Zealand and England, featuring an interview with Jonny Bairstow.
 
BBC Cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew is joined by England’s Nick Compton during lunch on a sunny day in Christchurch. They discuss Compton’s time in the England set-up, his memories of touring New Zealand, the current England side, and much more.
 
England in sight of their first win overseas in 13 attempts. Simon Hughes and Simon Mann report
 
Charles Colvile and Bob Willis are joined by Mark Butcher as they review the third day's play between New Zealand and England and ponder the state of Zimbabwe cricket
 
Cricket Correspondent Jonathan Agnew is joined by Graeme Swann to look back on the third day of the second test between New Zealand and England, featuring an interview with Graham Thorpe.
 
Jonathan Agnew is joined by legendary New Zealand all-rounder Sir Richard Hadlee during lunch on a sunny day in Christchurch.
 
Charles Colvile and Bob Willis are joined by Alison Mitchell to discuss the second day of the second Test between New Zealand and England and David Warner's tearful apology.
 
Simon Hughes and Simon Mann assess one of England's bets days of the winter
 
Cricket Correspondent Jonathan Agnew is joined by Graeme Swann to look back on the second day of the second test between New Zealand and England, featuring an interview with Stuart Broad.
 
Batsman David Warner says he is "resigned to the fact" he may never play for Australia again after his part in the ball-tampering scandal.The 31-year-old apologised on Saturday, saying he took "full responsibility for my part in what happened."Legendary Test Match Special commentator Jonathan Agnew offers his thoughts on the former Australia vi ...…
 
David Warner Press Conference from the SCG and Andrew Menczel's thoughts on who else is responsible.Twitter: @auscricketpod or Andrew Menczel @amenners Keep up with all the action: ww. dailytelegraph.com.au/cricket heraldsun.com.au/cricket couriermail.com.au/cricket
 
Nasser Hussain and Bob Willis join Charles Colvile to discuss Jonny Bairstow's rescue act for England and how Australia can restore their image within the game.
 
After the dramatic fall out of events in Cape Town, Simon Hughes and Simon Mann consider England's first day performance in Christchurch and Australia conceding they need to play like New Zealand
 
Cricket Correspondent Jonathan Agnew is joined by Graeme Swann and guests with interviews reflecting the Opening day of the 2nd test between New Zealand and England.
 
The BBC's cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew is joined by Graeme Swann and guests to discuss the fall out from the Australian ball tampering affair during the lunch break on day one of the second Test between New Zealand and England.
 
Full Audio of the heart wrenching scenes at Sydney Airport.
 
Andrew Menczel gives his thoughts on the sanctions handed down by Cricket Australia, Fiona Bollen updates us on the fortunes of the Australian Women's Cricket team and Doug Bollinger reflects on his wonderful career.Twitter: @auscricketpod orAndrew Menczel @amennersKeep up with all the action:ww. dailytelegraph.com.au/cricketheraldsun.com.au/cr ...…
 
As the dust settles on one of the biggest cricket stories for years, Adam & Tony reflect on sandpaper, jaw-dropping press conferences, and the whole ball tampering row. Has the fury of media and fans been appropriate? Or has it all been blown out of proportion? If nothing else, it's overshadowed 58 all out! But we find some time to talk about t ...…
 
ESPN's Alan Gardner is joined by Mark Butcher and Andrew Miller to discuss the latest in the ball-tampering scandal and England's shambolic display in New Zealand
 
Reaction to the overnight news from South Africa.Keep up with all the action and continuing news from this crisis at dailytelegraph.com.au, heraldsun.com.au & couriermail.com.au
 
Reaction from James Sutherland press conference with Peter Lalor and David DavutovicMore to follow..
 
Reaction to follow.Keep up all with news at dailytelegraph.com.au, heraldsun.com.au, couriermail.com.au and news.com.au
 
Ian Ward caught up with David Lloyd and Michael Atherton in Christchurch ahead of the 2nd Test
 
Darren Gough and Jon Norman debate the biggest cricket stories of the week, with the back pages dominated by Steve Smith and the ball-tampering scandalBy matt.davis@talksport.co.uk (talkSPORT2).
 
Phil Tufnell and Michael Vaughan join Mark Chapman to analyse the fallout from the Australian ball-tampering scandal. Vaughan suggests that the problems within Australian cricket go right to the top of the sport in the country. The team also review England's first test defeat in New Zealand, and discuss England's women reaching the final of the ...…
 
Bob Willis and Mike Selvey ponder Cricket Australia punishments in the ball tampering affair and talk England selection.
 
Simon Hughes and Simon Mann analyse England's latest Test match defeat, and suggest that change is imperative
 
Jonathan Agnew and Graeme Swann reflect in the immediate aftermath as England lost by an innings and 49 runs to New Zealand in the first Test at Auckland despite the efforts of all-rounder Ben Stokes on the final day.Stokes made a patient 66 from 188 balls as he and Chris Woakes (52) helped the tourists recover after early wickets.The Durham ma ...…
 
Jonathan Agnew chews the fat on the ever-developing ball-tampering story, and England’s batting, during the dinner break on the fifth day during the first Test between New Zealand and England.Paul Newman, John Etheridge and Simon Wilde join him in the TMS Commentary box.
 
Bob Willis reacts to the Australian ball-tampering scandal on The Cricket Debate show, saying Australia captain Steve Smith's "days are numbered".
 
Simon Hughes and Simon Mann are joined by Australian cricket writer Greg Baum to assess Australia's extraordinary admission of cheating in Cape Town.
 
Jonathan Agnew is joined by Graeme Swann to review day four of the first test between New Zealand and England.The Black Caps dominated once again thanks in large to an unbeaten 145 from Henry Nicholls as they reached 428-7 declared.England then suffered a huge blow as they attempted to salvage a draw with captain Joe Root dismissed with the fin ...…
 
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