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Best David Bowles Signature Series podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best David Bowles Signature Series podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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60 minutes of Classical, all commercial free, with no talking DJ between songs. All songs Creative Commons by-nc-sa 1.0 licensed from the record label that isn't evil: magnatune.com
 
60 minutes of Baroque, all commercial free, with no talking DJ between songs. All songs Creative Commons by-nc-sa 1.0 licensed from the record label that isn't evil: magnatune.com
 
60 minutes of Relaxing, all commercial free, with no talking DJ between songs. All songs Creative Commons by-nc-sa 1.0 licensed from the record label that isn't evil: magnatune.com
 
60 minutes of Instrumental, all commercial free, with no talking DJ between songs. All songs Creative Commons by-nc-sa 1.0 licensed from the record label that isn't evil: magnatune.com
 
60 minutes of Philharmonia Baroque and its Musicians, all commercial free, with no talking DJ between songs. All songs Creative Commons by-nc-sa 1.0 licensed from the record label that isn't evil: magnatune.com
 
60 minutes of Great Pianists, all commercial free, with no talking DJ between songs. All songs Creative Commons by-nc-sa 1.0 licensed from the record label that isn't evil: magnatune.com
 
Sky's pundits analyse and debate the big stories emerging from international and domestic cricket. Join in the debate on Twitter @SkyCricket.
 
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Have England learnt anything during their 1-0 Test series defeat in New Zealand? Nasser Hussain and Rob Key assess on The Cricket Debate as well as look at the big selection issues ahead of the tour to South Africa.By Sky Sports
 
Rob Key and Graham Onions guest on The Cricket Debate to discuss Ollie Pope's maiden Test fifty, Joe Root's third double century and how England should go about trying to win in Hamilton.By Sky Sports
 
Rob Key and Robert Croft guest on The Cricket Debate to dissect Joe Root and Rory Burns' centuries as well as Burns' run out, while the thorny issue of county pitches also rears its head again...By Sky Sports
 
Rob Key and Charles Colvile feverishly debate conditions in county cricket, plus reflect on day two of the second New Zealand vs England Test with Jonathan Trott.By Sky Sports
 
He enjoyed an illustrious playing career for New Zealand but to many around the world Ian Smith will be best known as ‘Smithy’, the commentator. In this special podcast he gives an insight into his life in cricket commentary.By Sky Sports
 
Alec Stewart told The Cricket Debate that England will never again go on tour without a second frontline wicket-keeper in their squad as he and fellow Cricket Debate guest Rob Key reflect on day one of the second Test against New Zealand.By Sky Sports
 
David Lloyd, Michael Atherton and Ian Ward assess England's chances of levelling the series in New Zealand and reveal their signature dishes.By Sky Sports
 
Alec Stewart says England's innings thrashing at Mount Maunganui was indefensible as he and fellow Cricket Debate guest Graham Onions assess the tourists' collapse and whether Joe Root remains the right man to captain the side.By Sky Sports
 
Ashley Giles, England's managing director of men's cricket, tells Ian Ward why Joe Root is the right man to captain the side, why he picked Chris Silverwood as head coach and how managing player workload is one of his major objectives.By Sky Sports
 
Alec Stewart and Jonathan Trott guest on The Cricket Debate to assess whether England can salvage a draw in the first Test against New Zealand and whether county cricket prepares bowlers well enough for overseas tours.By Sky Sports
 
Nasser Hussain and Ryan Sidebottom assess a tough day for England on The Cricket Debate, saying Joe Root's side need 'x-factor' bowlers away from home and wondering if Jofra Archer is being used in the right way.By Sky Sports
 
Nasser Hussain says Ben Stokes should not be criticised for his dismissal in Mount Maunganui as he and fellow Cricket Debate guest Alec Stewart also talk Sam Curran, Kane Williamson and why Jofra Archer is batting above Jack Leach.By Sky Sports
 
Nasser Hussain and Angus Fraser reflect on day one of the first Test between New Zealand and England, praising Joe Denly, pondering whether Ben Stokes can become England's Jacques Kallis and urging Joe Root to enjoy himself.By Sky Sports
 
Ian Ward, David Lloyd and Michael Atherton preview England's two-Test series in New Zealand, pondering how new boy Dom Sibley will fare and whether the Black Caps have their best bowling line-up ever.By Sky Sports
 
Brendon McCullum discusses his spell as captain of New Zealand, including his tussles with England, his fallout with Ross Taylor and his team's incredible run to the 2015 Cricket World Cup final.By Sky Sports
 
Ian Smith reflects on calling the climax to the 2019 Cricket World Cup final as he and David Lloyd give an insight into the art of commentary.By Sky Sports
 
Nasser Hussain and David Lloyd join Ian Ward to preview England's T20I series in New Zealand, with Nasser calling it "the start of a new era".By Sky Sports
 
Rob Key, Dominic Cork and Nick Knight discuss England's Test and T20 squads for the tour of New Zealand, looking at Jonny Bairstow's axing, how he will return and what the new boys, such as Dom Sibley, Zak Crawley, Saqib Mahmood and Tom Banton will bring.By Sky Sports
 
Nick Knight, Mark Ramprakash and Rob Key look at where the retiring Marcus Trescothick ranks for England, discuss modern-day county pitches and assess how best to play spin bowling.By Sky Sports
 
Mark Ramprakash and Bob Willis reflect on England's summers of highs and lows and ponder what the future holds for the side.By Sky Sports
 
Graham Gooch and Bob Willis reflect on England's 2-2 Ashes draw with Australia. But was that a fair result?By Sky Sports
 
Jason Gillespie joins Bob Willis to look back on how England took control of the Oval Test - and reveal swhether he wants to succeed Trevor Bayliss!By Sky Sports
 
Jonathan Trott and Bob Willis join Charles Colvile to discuss Jofra Archer's exceptional performance but question if he is already being over-bowled.By Sky Sports
 
Mark Butcher and Bob Willis join Charles Colvile to discuss if both teams were treating the final Ashes Test as an 'end of tern' match after a long cricketing summerBy Sky Sports
 
Outgoing head coach Trevor Bayliss joined Rob Key ahead of his final Test in charge to reflect on his time with England.By Sky Sports
 
David Gower discusses his time in charge of England, including when he hightailed from a press conference to the theatre, plus a memorable series win in India.By Sky Sports
 
Dominic Cork and Bob Willis join Charles Colvile to discuss who they would select for the final Ashes Test at the Oval and whether Australia are better at red-ball cricket.By Sky Sports
 
Faulty techniques? Superb bowling? Ricky Ponting, Nasser Hussain and Mike Atherton assess why batsmen are struggling in Tests.By Sky Sports
 
Graham Gooch and Bob Willis join Charles Colvile to rate England's Ashes chances and to dissect the art of Test batting.By Sky Sports
 
Rory Burns impressed at the top of the order for England but Josh Hazlewood made three late strikes are the hosts fighting to save their chances of regaining the Ashes?By Sky Sports
 
Ryan Sidebottom joins Bob Willis to discuss Steve Smith's batting brilliance as he notched a double-hundred against an error-prone England on day two at Old Trafford.By Sky Sports
 
Paul Farbrace joins Bob Willis to reflect on a freezing cold and frustrating first day of the fourth Ashes Test at Old Trafford, with Steve Smith once again frustrating the hosts.By Sky Sports
 
England all-rounder Ben Stokes relives his Headingley heroics with Rob Key in a special Ashes podcast ahead of the fourth Test at Old Trafford.By Sky Sports
 
Alec Stewart reflects on his time as England captain, taking brief charge against India after Graham Gooch got food poisoning and his match-saving century against South Africa.By Sky Sports
 
Bob Willis tells the Ashes Debate why England's Ben Stokes-inspired third Ashes Test win eclipses the miracle of Headingley 1981.By Sky Sports
 
England have the chance to pull off a memorable win in the third Ashes Test - but will they? Bob Willis and Mark Ramprakash have their say.By Sky Sports
 
Bob Willis says England’s “abject” batting display in the third Ashes Test must force the ECB to focus more on red-ball cricket - but he was quick to hail Australia's bowlers after they torpedoed Joe Root's side for 67.By Sky Sports
 
Bob Willis and Dominic Cork dissect Jofra Archer's six-wicket haul in Leeds - and whether he is being overworked by England. The boys also talk Stuart Broad and Chris Woakes, plus Marnus Labuschagne's lightsaber leave!By Sky Sports
 
Graham Gooch talks about his captaincy influences, Sir Ian Botham, his up-and-down tenures as England skipper, and his focus on fitness.By Sky Sports
 
On The Ashes Debate, Bob Willis and Dominic Cork reflect on an enthralling final day of the drawn Lord's Test, ask whether the extreme pace of Jofra Archer has altered the series and look at the likelihood of Steve Smith recovering from his concussion to play at Headingley.By Sky Sports
 
Nasser Hussain, Michael Atherton and Shane Warne join David Gower from the Lord's Pavilion ahead of day five of the second Ashes Test to discuss Joe Root's tinkering with his technique, their own struggles with form during their career and the mental challenges the game poses.By Sky Sports
 
After an extraordinary fourth day of the second Test at Lord's Ravi Bopara joins Bob Willis on The Ashes Debate to reflects on Jofra Archer's blisteringly quick bowling and Steve Smith's brilliance and bravery with the bat.By Sky Sports
 
Why are England struggling with the bat in Test cricket? Mark Ramprakash joins the Ashes Debate to examine that, Steve Smith's movements at the crease and whether England or Australia can force a win in the Lord's Test.By Sky Sports
 
Bob Willis branded England's batting "not good enough" and said Jason Roy should be moved down the order after the hosts laboured again on day two of the second Ashes Test.By Sky Sports
 
Charles Colvile and Bob Willis are joined by Ryan Sidebottom to discuss the pressure on Jofra Archer, Sam Curran's place in the team and if Australia have been allowed too much preparation for the Ashes after a washed out first day in the second Test at Lord's.By Sky Sports
 
Mike Gatting reflects on his time as England captain, including the 1986/87 Ashes win in Australia, and his infamous spat with Shakoor Rana.By Sky Sports
 
Dominic Cork joined Charles Colvile and Bob Willis on the Ashes Debate to pick through England's thumping loss to Australia at Edgbaston.By Sky Sports
 
Darren Gough told The Ashes Debate that England need Jofra Archer's pace and green pitches in order to beat Australia. Darren, Charles Colvile and Bob Willis also talk Moeen Ali's struggles and another century for Steve Smith.By Sky Sports
 
Bob Willis, Jonathan Trott and Charles Colvile look at how England can get Steve Smith out, who is in command of the Edgbaston Test and the 'Brummie Botham, Chris Woakes.By Sky Sports
 
Charles Colvile, Bob Willis and Robert Croft discuss Rory Burns' brilliant maiden Test century and what Moeen Ali should have learnt from watching Nathan Lyon bowling.By Sky Sports
 
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