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…
"Can't Bowl Can't Throw" Australia's most listened to cricket podcast. Hosted by Dennis Freedman and Cat Jones. Heard in over 183 countries when we last checked Subscribe on Soundcloud, iTunes or Stitcher on the links below http://dennisdoescricket.com/cant-bowl-cant-throw/
The ECB Cricket Podcast gives you the best coverage of the game in England and Wales every week. Interviews and news from the England camp and the county game - plus women's and grassroots cricket. And regular analysis with podcast expert Mike Gatting
Kevin Howells is joined at Trent Bridge by England’s Alex Hales and Jonny Bairstow to talk about their winters and hopes for the summer, Nottinghamshire’s captain and former England wicket keeper Chris Read reveals his unfinished business on the field and cricket writers George Dobbell of ESPN Cricinfo, Paul Edwards of the Times and ESPN Cricinfo, and the Cricket Correspondent of the Yorkshire Post Chris Waters discuss an action packed week in the County Championship.
The great man David "Bumble" Lloyd joins us in this week's edition of the show. We get stuck into: - What means more? An Accrington Stanley promotion or an Ashes win? - His thoughts on Jade Dernbach; - Shane Warne 1991; - The day Thommo smashed his protector; - His extremely random favourite song; - Tips on growing potatoes; - Allan Donald and swing bowling; - Why aren't bowlers ever made Test captain; - The "Are you smarter than a 5th grade cricketer" quiz; - A new "Talking Out Of Intern" segment; - Plenty of listener questions with prizes given away courtesy of The Game; plus the famous Muller Award.
In a week that saw snow fall across the country Kevin Howells talks to Middlesex’s international batsmen Adam Voges and Nick Compton about braving the cold, the state of the game and gets their views on their careers. Plus the BBC commentary team at Durham discuss the week's unusual weather.
The Godfather hosts Kev and Off White Thunder for Anzac cookies and milk. This week they celebrate the life and times of lawnmower victim Martin McGoldrick: is he he our greatest ODI player of all time? Emails From Around the World land from Finland, Penrith, India, Masterton and Muzza with a focus on the Tino pest, the Harsha incident, injured cricketers and the IPL. Cricket Violence Corner is not in South Africa but is at Jadeja’s weddding with a sword and a revolver. Email the chaps with your observations, nonsense, questions & thoughts here: email@example.com. Listen in below or on iTunes or on gpodder.net if you’re a non-Appler… THE PODDIE
Always a pleasure to be invited to chat on South Africa's "Cliff Central Radio" with Ben Karpinski. Things get quite heated and the sledging goes into overdrive as we debate why the Saffas should be playing a pink ball Test against Australia this summer.
Nishant interviews Harsha Bhogle, one of the world's most foremost cricket commentators. They have an in-depth chat, and touch on many subjects including... - Do cricket boards influence their commentators? - What does Harsha think about the state of IPL commentary? - Do ex-players rule the roost in the commentary box? - What does Harsha really think about Indian cricket? This is a unique insight between two connoisseurs of the game. You won't want to miss this! Harsha Bhogle: http://www.harshabhogle.com/ also on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bhogleharsha Radio Cricket is sponsored in part by RM Renovations, London, UK : http://www.renov8.co.uk/ Theme and incidental music courtesy of Mike TV: http://miketvmusic.bandcamp.com/ Audio post-production by the Wicket Wolf : https://www.twitter.com/wicketwolf Additional support from MyMyk quality audio products: http://www.mymyk.com/
Kevin Howells looks back on the second week of the County Championship and talks to Yorkshire and England's David Willey, Northant's Ben Duckett and former International umpire Steve Davis. Plus journalists Ali Martin and David Clough discuss helmets, double hundreds, and another amazing milestone for Ryan Sidebottom.
Can't Boldy, Can't Throw Emergency Podcast On the occasion of Kyly Clarke (nee Boldy) releasing her inspiring coffee table book of mantras and wisdom, Cat Jones (@cricketbatcat) and Dan Liebke (@liebcricket) have recorded this emergency podcast without Dennis's knowledge or permission. Read Kyly's musings about Mankading, Mitch's marriage and mandatory helmets What advice does Kyly have for Mohammad Amir? Why is KP a recurrent theme throughout her book? What does Aaron Finch remind her of? And find out who earned the quote. You can either be happy or right, you choose! (Hint: it's not Nigel Llong). Others assisted by the wisdom of Kyly's book include WT20 Finalists, IPL commentators and players, England county cricketers and the Wisden Cricketers of the Year.
Kevin Howells discusses the return of the County Championship with a range of guests including the editor of Wisden Cricketers' Almanack: 2016, Lawrence Booth and the Chief Executive of the Professional Cricketers Association, David Leatherdale. Plus he gets England Test Captain Alistair Cook’s reaction to the shock retirement of James Taylor and looks at some of the individuals who have stood out in the opening week with ESPN Cricinfo’s senior correspondent George Dobell and Nottingham Post’s Matt Davies.
In this episode, Nishant looks at the fall-out from the last week of cricket... - Is Virat Kohli becoming a GOAT? - Was Marlon Samuels within his rights to be a dick to Shane Warne? - Did Ben Stokes choke? No. No he did not. - What did we learn from watching the Women's WT20? Radio Cricket is sponsored in part by RM Renovations, London, UK : http://www.renov8.co.uk/ Theme and incidental music courtesy of Mike TV: http://miketvmusic.bandcamp.com/ Audio post-production by the Wicket Wolf : https://www.twitter.com/wicketwolf Additional support from MyMyk quality audio products: http://www.mymyk.com/
Off White Thunder and Kev head to Ben Burn Park to talk the week’s off-piste cricket happenings. They acknowledge NZ Test cricketer and artificial grass salesman Tim McIntosh and the Great Ben Stokes’ Mum Incident, provide a halfhearted run-down on Kiwis in the IPL, and get bamboozled by the “rising supergiants”. Emails From Around the World target talent-makers and underperformers, the Sky NZ commentary team, Joseph Romanos, Dick Frizzell, Colin Munro’s serenity, Iron feeds our obsession with Marlborough with a great yarn about Bulfin & Bartlett, and the Woman Slayer checks in with a horse meat tale for the ages. Cricket Violence Corner is in Compton this week, singing Bullets. Email the chaps with your observations, nonsense, questions & thoughts here: firstname.lastname@example.org. Listen in below or on iTunes or on gpodder.net if you’re a non-Appler… THE PODDIE
The West Indies Men and Women are World t20 champions. The men become the first team to win the title twice in a breath taking climax in Eden Gardens. They beat England by four wickets after Carlos Brathwaite struck four balls for six in the last over. Jonathan Agnew, Vic Marks and Ebony Rainford Brent look back at the day. Amongst the reaction at the ground we also hear from England captain Eoin Morgan and the West Indies skipper Darren Sammy in an extraordinary outpouring against the teams critics and his own cricket board.
The Godfather and Kev head to Off White Thunder’s for some rosé and a cheeseburger to celebrate the cricketing life and times of Jesse Ryder, Black Cap Test player #141. The boys remember Adam Parore’s fattist remarks, and run through the big man’s batting averages and future prospects. Emails From Around the World zero in on stumpings, geography, run outs, Ian Chappell and Sunil Gavaskar making things up, horse consumption and a stunning collection of name stats from rural Canterbury. Violence Corner is foaming at the mouth in Scotland. The song is an epic throwback to an earlier time, an homage to big ol’ Jesse Ryder by that magnificent man The Woman Slayer. Email the chaps with your observations, nonsense, questions & thoughts here: email@example.com. Listen in below or on iTunes or on gpodder.net if you’re a non-Appler… THE PODDIE
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In this episode, Dennis and Cat get stuck into the ICC World Twenty20. Well, by get stuck in, they kinda just chat about India stuffing it up and then move on to move interesting things including: - How can we make our jingles better using practical examples; - The "Are you smarter than a 5th Grade Cricketer" quiz returns with a contestant from Auckland; - Shane Watson and Shahid Afridi's retirement; - Duke v Kookaburra; - Mick Lewis being an arsehat; and - Plenty of listener questions with prizes given away courtesy of The Game; plus the famous Muller Award.
Both of the days World T20 semi-finals were won by the West Indies in Mumbai. Charles Dagnell and Ebony Rainford Brent review the day. Including how the West Indies men stunned the host nation India to beat them by seven wickets to book a place against England in Sundays final. Lendl Simmons was twice out off no balls and went onto score 82. We also hear the reaction of captains Darren Sammy and MS Dhoni.
As England’s men powered their way to the World T20 final in India, Jonathan Agnew and Ebony Rainford Brent look back an amazing performance with the bat led by Jason Roy 78 and terrific death bowling including Ben Stokes 3-26 to book a place in Calcutta. They beat New Zealand by seven wickets. Earlier England’s women lost to Australia by 5 runs, also in Delhi. We hear from Jason Roy, Eoin Morgan, Charlotte Edwards and Mark Robinson as they each give their reaction.
Pakistan were knocked out of the World Twenty20 as Australia kept their hopes of reaching the semi-finals alive with victory in Chandigarh. After Steve Smith inspired Australia to 193-4, Shahid Afridi's side had to pull off their highest chase in a T20. Khalid Latif led the charge with 46 but James Faulkner took four of his five wickets from six late balls as Pakistan finished on 172-8. The Aussies must now beat India on Sunday to reach the knockout stage.
Jonathan Agnew and Vic Marks look back at England's less than comfortable victory over Afghanistan in the World T20 match in Delhi. England at one point were 57-6 but recovered to reach 142-7. Then they reduced Afghanistan to 127-9. We also hear from Moeen Ali and England skipper Eoin Morgan.
Kev and The Godfather are recovering from a late Friday night watching the Black Caps degrade Steve Smith’s Australians at the home of the Dalai Lama. They celebrate the life and times of Test player #140, Gareth Hopkins, and his wife’s love of kiwifruit. A smorgasbord of Emails From Around the World zero in on wasting India, Yashi’s excitement in Agra, Muzz on Hogan and Watto, an Indian shop owner in America, pitch prep in the UK, pouring sugar and the dearth of Kiwi cricketers called John is confirmed. Violence Corner is with Virat Kohli and a 3-legged horse. The song is totally, utterly Indian and quite good. Listen in below or on iTunes or on gpodder.net if you’re a non-Appler… Email the chaps with your observations, nonsense, questions & thoughts here: firstname.lastname@example.org THE PODDIE
India came out victorious in the biggest match of the World T20 so far, winning by six wickets at a vibrant Eden Gardens in Kolkata. Charles Dagnall and Ebony Rainford-Brent look back on the game, plus there are the thoughts of Pakistani journalist Osman Samiuddin.
Jonathan Agnew and Vic Marks reflect after England pulled off the most successful run chase ever at a World Twenty20 tournament. We’ll hear from Man of the Match Joe Root who’s knock of 83 set England on the way to victory, and captain Eoin Morgan.
aka The Group Of Confusing Flags and Confused Flag-Burners Did you miss Group 1? Don't worry, we got you: https://soundcloud.com/radiocricket/113-wt20-survival-guide-group-1 Flags will go up in flames by the end of Group 2. But will they be Indian, Bangladeshi or Pakistani? Almost certainly won't be New Zealand's, they're a peaceful lot. And Australian fans aren't the flag-burning type, they might just go for a surf and BBQ. In the second and final part of his WT20 preview, Nishant chats with more cricket personalities to discuss their team's respective chances in the WT20: Pakistan: Zainab Abbas https://twitter.com/zabbasofficial Australia: Trent Woodhill https://twitter.com/trentwoodhill Bangladesh: Raju Mazumder https://twitter.com/rajumazumder New Zealand: Kiwi Bjorn https://twitter.com/kiwibjorn India: Snehal Pradhan https://twitter.com/snehalpradhan You can listen to Radio Cricket here: https://soundcloud.com/radiocricket Search 'Radio Cricket' in any iTunes and Android podca ...
aka The Cuddly Kitten Group Will any team want to win this group? In this episode, Nishant sits down for a chat with journalists, players and coaches to talk about each country's chances in the World T20. South Africa: Ben Karpinski https://twitter.com/followthebounce Sri Lanka: Andrew Fernando https://twitter.com/andrewffernando Afghanistan and Associates (or lack thereof: Andrew Nixon https://twitter.com/andrewnixon79 England: Mike Selvey https://twitter.com/selvecricket West Indies: Alexis Nunes https://twitter.com/alexisenunes For more hot WT20 lovin', check out Group 2: https://soundcloud.com/radiocricket/114-wt20-survival-guide-group-2 You can listen to Radio Cricket here: https://soundcloud.com/radiocricket Search 'Radio Cricket' in any iTunes and Android podcast app. Do make sure to give us a rating! Radio Cricket is sponsored in part by RM Renovations, London, UK : http://www.renov8.co.uk/ Theme and incidental music courtesy of Mike TV: http://miketvmusic.bandcamp.com/ Aud ...
A century from Chris Gayle proved too much for England as they lost to the West Indies by six wickets at the World t20 in India. Scores England 182-6 20 overs. West Indies 183-4 18.1 overs. Chris Gayle 100 not out 48 balls 5x4 11x6. We hear Chris Gayle’s own view of the game plus that of England captain Eoin Morgan. Plus a short round from Cricket Correspondent Jonathan Agnew and Vic Marks in Mumbai.
Let's be honest. The ICC World Twenty20 hasn't gotten off to the best of starts. Ticketing issues, Pakistan not willing to play, no opening ceremony, a crazy qualification stage for those that have already qualified and poor TV coverage. But that's ok, because Twitter is here to save us! I had a quick chat with Aneesh Madani from Twitter India. Follow @aneeshmadani He runs us through all of the cool activations that the platform has running for the cricket tournament. Some you may know about. Many you will not. Irrespective, they will definitely raise your experience up a level or two!
The Godfather, Kev and Off White Thunder tip their caps to Martin Crowe, are stoked to hear from Blenheim’s Finnish Kiwi cricketer Karl Fitzpatrick and yarn about Black Cap #239, Aaron ‘Son of Rodney’ Redmond. Emails From Around the World zero in on Hogan Crowe, a DVD for Akseli, a book called Johnny Midwicket and a little bit of Dale Steyn. Violence Corner is in Sheikhpura, Bihar State. The song is an incredible folk anthem by Roy Harper, first released in 1975. Listen in below or on iTunes or on gpodder.net if you’re a non-Appler… Email the chaps with your observations, nonsense, questions & thoughts here: email@example.com THE PODDIE Podcasting about Hogan
Nishant sits down with Anjali Doshi, editor of the new anthology "Tendulkar in Wisden"… They chat about Tendulkar's greatest innings, comparisons to Bradman, hidden anecdotes, and where they both were during Sachin's most memorable knocks. This is an occasionally emotional discussion about how both of these ardent cricket fans grew up with Sachin in their lives, in different parts of the world. UK publisher: http://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/tendulkar-in-wisden-9781472927354/ USA publisher: http://bloomsbury.com/us/tendulkar-in-wisden-9781472927361/ Radio Cricket is sponsored in part by RM Renovations, London, UK : http://www.renov8.co.uk/ Theme and incidental music courtesy of Mike TV: http://miketvmusic.bandcamp.com/ Audio post-production by the Wicket Wolf : https://www.twitter.com/wicketwolf Additional support from MyMyk quality audio products: http://www.mymyk.com/
In this show, the gang of Dennis, Cat and Dan are re-joined by Isanga the intern to discuss the upcoming ICC World Twenty20. Things that were discussed / butchered / ignored included: - Feedback on the intern's debut from the previous week; - We launch the new segment "Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader"; - We launch the new segment "Talking Out Of Intern"; - We look at the actual ICC World Twenty20 for both men and women; - We re-live the the 2014 ICC World Twenty20; - A quick recap of the glorious life of Martin Crowe; - Plenty of listener questions with prizes given away courtesy of The Game; plus the famous Muller Award.
After a week away watching cricket, The Godfather, Kev and Off White Thunder convene in Karori to talk about bodyline, Daniel Flynn. Nathan McCullum’s groin and Finnish cricket. Emails From Around the World land from all around the globe including Biggie on players named after their bats, Jayne (with a ‘y’) on beer pong and Muzz on Gary Bartlett. Violence Corner is in Sri Lanka. Listen in below or on iTunes or on gpodder.net if you’re a non-Appler… Email the chaps with your observations, nonsense, questions & thoughts here: firstname.lastname@example.org THE PODDIE
Brendon McCullum, I'm really going to miss you… until next month, when I'll see you play in the IPL. Then in the CPL. Then probably in the BBL… - McCullum has signed off his Test career in stunning fashion, with a world-record century in just 54 balls. Nishant dissects the highlights of his career. - England crashed to defeat in South Africa. But what made them commit hara-kiri? - Is AB the new Viv? Who were the stars of the U19 World Cup? Nishant answers your questions, and gives a little culinary advice to all of you lonely bachelors living in filth and grime. Radio Cricket is sponsored in part by RM Renovations, London, UK : http://www.renov8.co.uk/ Theme and incidental music courtesy of Mike TV: http://miketvmusic.bandcamp.com/ Audio post-production by the Wicket Wolf : https://www.twitter.com/wicketwolf Additional support from MyMyk quality audio products: http://www.mymyk.com/
Another big show with special guest Iain O'Brien. We were also joined by the work experience kid who got a little big for his boots. Topics of discussion included: -Why Iain was a better bowler than Overratedson; -Why John Wright should be regarded better than McCullum; -Where are the jocks that Ross Taylor made his double century in?; -Those crazy Pakistanis; -Voges vs The World; -Streaker etiquette; -When to use a Night Watchman; Plenty of listener questions with prizes given away courtesy of The Game and Cult Zeros; plus the famous Muller Award.
Simon Mann and Geoffrey Boycott examine why England let a 2 nil lead slip in South Africa to end their 5 match series defeated 3-2. We also hear reaction from the England captain, Eoin Morgan, the coach Trevor Bayliss and the successful South African skipper AB de Villiers. Better news for a victorious England's women's team who beat South Africa by five wickets in their three match series winning it 2-1. They also picked up two more valuable points in the ICC Women's Championship. We hear from Henry Moeran with Georgina Elwiss and coach Mark Robinson.
During lunch in the fifth and final One Day International between South Africa and England, Simon Mann led a panel of journalists to review the series and look ahead to forthcoming World t20. The panel was made up of John Etheridge of the Sun, Firdose Moonda the South Africa correspondent of ESPNcricinfo and Dean Wilson of the Mirror.
South Africa win dramatic ODI against England to set up decider. Simon Mann and Geoffrey Boycott look back on thrilling game. A century from Joe Root was in vain after South Africa beat England by one wicket to level the series with one game to go. Chris Morris made 62 to help see the home side to victory in Johannesburg. Simon Mann and Geoffrey Boycott look back on a thrilling match. We also hear from England captain Eoin Morgan as well as man of the match, Chris Morris.
In the crypt of the NZ Cricket Museum, The Godfather, Kev & Off White Thunder talk about how they have stuffed up the player numbers, trawl through the museum’s epic collection, review Ashley Mallett’s breakfast yarn and are massively excited about Day 1 of NZ vs Australia at the Basin Reserve. Kev brings in an impressive junior cricket certificate, and the song is 111 seconds of BMac-related shenanigans from Tom Knowles. And embarrassingly the lads do a selfie. An Emails From Around the World lands from the Tai Tapu Express and Violence Corner has a week off. Listen in below or on iTunes or on gpodder.net if you’re a non-Appler… Email the chaps with your observations, nonsense, questions & thoughts here: email@example.com THE PODDIE
In this episode, Nishant talks about... - The advent of the world's latest and greatest new T20 league, the PSL! Is this one T20 league too far? - The IPL auction had its fair share of shocks... Radio Cricket is sponsored in part by RM Renovations, London, UK : http://www.renov8.co.uk/ Theme and incidental music courtesy of Mike TV: http://miketvmusic.bandcamp.com/ Audio post-production by the Wicket Wolf : https://www.twitter.com/wicketwolf Additional support from MyMyk quality audio products: "Images speak louder with words." http://www.mymyk.com/
England lead their one day series against South Africa 2-1 with two games to go. In the 3rd ODI South Africa beat them by 7 wickets. Joe Root scored 125 in England's total of 318 for 8. However Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla each produced centuries to take their side home in the 47th over. Simon Mann and Geoffrey Boycott review the game plus we hear from England captain Eoin Morgan.
The 3rd ODI is a first return to Centurion for England since they lost the fourth and final Test against South Africa here last month. They were torn apart by the 20 year old South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada. So what else do we know about the 20 year old? He went to the same school as England and New Zealand cricketers, Michael Lumb and Grant Elliott. He has also released two songs, and has been tipped as cricket’s next bright star. Some stats – At the Under 19 World Cup in 2014, he took 6 for 25 in the semi final against Australia, finishing the tournament’s second highest wicket taker as South Africa won the tournament. He took 6-16 on his ODI debut against Bangladesh, including a hat trick. He became the youngest South African to take a 10 wicket haul in a Test match. Simon Mann was joined by his father, Dr Mpho Rabada, and his coach at the under 19s, Ray Jennings. We also hear from Hashim Amla, Shaun Pollock and Makhaya Ntini.
Aussie legend Adam Gilchrist joins us on the latest episode of Can't Bowl Can't Throw. Topics of conversation included: - His love for "6 and Out" - The "Can't Bowl Can't Throw" Guest XI - Where did our work experience get to? - What it is like commentating next to Freddie Flintoff - His thoughts on Rod Marsh, Rohit Sharma and Stuart MacGill Virat Kohli - What was is best T20 team made of only of players who never played T20? - Who would he rather have a beer with? Chris Rogers or Chris Gayle - Listener Questions - To Mankad or not to Mankad - Which Masters Champions League teams sound like a sanitary product? - Warnie in the jungle We award another Muller Award winner and give away a The Game wallet Please don't forget to leave us an iTunes review.
Kev, Off White Thunder and The Godfather convene in Karori to talk Tim Southee, the Australian series, David Warner, Ewen Chatfield’s pins, karaoke, behind the curtain of cricketers’ public profiles and the one that got away in Wellington. Emails From Around the World zero in on the greatest cricket club in Bedfordshire, Papanui High School, Billy Bowden and the DRS, our greatest ODI wicket takers vs Australia, and pub trivia teams. Violence Corner is on a train in Sydney with a chisel and former schoolgirl cricketer. This week’s song is a prayer for the Hamilton decider. Listen in below or on iTunes or on gpodder.net if you’re a non-Appler… Email the chaps with your observations, nonsense, questions & thoughts here: firstname.lastname@example.org THE PODDIE 9 slips line up for the Kiwis as Dennis Lillee charges in during an Australia vs New Zealand test in 1977 #OCP pic.twitter.com/qZfOcQ4pGp — OLD CRICKET PHOTOS (@oldcricphotos) February 4, 2016
Alex Hales made 99 and Reece Topley took 4 – 50 as England take a two nil lead in a five match one day series in South Africa. They won by 5 wickets with Jos Buttler making an unbeaten 48 with 22 balls left of the game. Simon Mann and Geoffrey Boycott review the 2nd ODI in Port Elizabeth. We also hear from England captain Eoin Morgan along with Alex Hales.
It’s just under a year since England were knocked out of the World Cup. They were frequently accused of relying too much on statistics – but they are used in a very different way now. The Analyst Simon Hughes joined Simon Mann along with Nick Small of Hawkeye to discuss how the latest developments are being incorporated into playing and coaching.