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Red Inker is a Jarrod Kimber podcast, and it's not about the week in cricket. We're not trying to make fun or sense of what some big-name player said last week, this podcast doesn't care. It's a long look at some of the most interesting issues, players and stories with someone who's been writing or living it. We've had episodes on UAE cricket, how Jofra Archer is perceived, the search for Maros Kolpak, no balls, freelance T20 and many others. Guests so far include Barney Ronay, Andy Balbirni ...
 
A few years ago I wrote a book called Test cricket: the unauthorised biography. This is a podcast series on the history of cricket through the people and moments that made the game. In our first episode we go back to the beginning of Test cricket. That birth involved betting, jail and a journalist deciding the whole thing was worthy. Welcome to Double Century.
 
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Channel 9 was the first famous cricket broadcast. It changed how we saw the game, was so popular that it spun off a comedy empire and many of us grew up with these sounds as our backdrop. And then it became “All about the matiest mates who ever mated.” So, we got the man who wrote that line, Geoff Lemon, to come talk about Channel 9’s cricket cover…
 
MS Dhoni retired from intentional cricket recently and so I got Sid Monga to come on and chat about the man he has covered for his entire career. We talk Ranchi, outsiders, keeping styles, Chennai and how much Indian cricket changed when he was around. - To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121. …
 
Eoin Morgan has had an incredible career, born into a four generation cricket family in Ireland, he’s gone on to be the person to bring the World Cup to England. So I found someone who has spent a lot of time working out who the real Eoin Morgan is. Melinda Farrell has spent the last five years following the England ODI team and she wrote a feature…
 
This week we talk about that weary battle-horse Mashrafe Mortaza. Our guest is Mohammad Isam, whose career as a fan, player and writer have all gone on while Mashrafe has played international cricket. Meaning he’s an ideal person to come on and talk about his cricketer and his 19 year career. Here we talk about his calmness, the India relationship,…
 
Legendary broadcaster Neil Manthorp joins us to talk about all the changes in cricket. Manners is often annoyed by people saying that cricket hasn’t changed, and we go through the changes to cricket over the years. How many days do Test matches go for, how many players are in a team, the number or balls in an over, what the pitch is made of. Listen…
 
We look at two of the most famous athletes of the 90's, Michael Jordan and Sachin Tendulkar. Legacies, eras, workloads, coaches, marketplaces and so much more.-To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121.If you like this podcast, you may like the YouTube page https://www.youtube.com/jarrodkimberyt.Y…
 
Writer Daniel Harris comes on to talk about the ‘05 Ashes, but also the autobiographical nature of sport, love, divorce, Glenn McGrath’s ankle, Jewish divorces and how sport clashes with life. - To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121. If you like this podcast, you may like the YouTube page http…
 
Michael Clarke is our topic this week. Clarke has always been so fascinating to me, and he was the first cricketer I ever wrote a feature on. So, I got Subash Jayaraman to come back into his temporary host seat to grill me about my Clarke work. Here we talk about Australia, class, chasing legendary status, LeBron and KD, Quentin Tarantino, Rick McC…
 
In 1971, legendary cricketer Rachael Heyhoe-Flint and millionaire Jack Hayward sat up into the night coming up with the idea for a global women’s cricket tournament. It was then that cricket had its first World Cup. So I got on an expert to discuss it. Raf and I chat about where women’s cricket was in ’71, the weird scheduling, political interferen…
 
Fast bowling had two revolutions, one was at the head, and it's an often-told story. But the other was at the feet. This is the story of how Pakistan, and then everyone else, discovered reverse swing. Meaning the old ball will never be the same again. - This podcast is brought to you by our supporters at Patreon, if you like what you heard here, pl…
 
This week we have a T20 cricketer who in the last five years has the 4th best average and 4th best economy rate. Benny comes on to talk about his weird career so far, how he’s been overlooked despite his record, how baseball changed everything and what part his ADHD has played in him becoming the player he is. Not many medium pacers are part pitche…
 
In 2016, I went to Hong Kong for a week to cover cricket stories there for ESPN. It was then I met Emma Lai, a sometimes captain of the Hong Kong women’s team, who learnt the game while being a waitress at the Hong Kong Cricket Club. - This podcast is brought to you by our supporters at Patreon, if you like what you heard here, please help out if y…
 
England sucked considerably in the 90’s, so much so that their sucking seemed to effect all English cricket fans from that era. They are a broken and deformed bunch, perhaps none more so than our guest on this episode, Emma John. This episode we talk about Emma’s teen years spent clipping things from newspapers, her journey in meeting so many of th…
 
With the whole world moving towards seam, Tiger Pataudi took India towards spin. The Four great spinners would play in a total of 233 Tests, but we’ve taken a look at their first win in England. - This podcast is brought to you by our supporters at Patreon, if you like what you heard here, please help out if you can over at https://www.patreon.com/…
 
Harsha Bhogle is one of the cricket world’s most well-known faces. As a commentator he has spent years being the lone non-cricketer in a sea of monosyllabic former greats. But the thing about Harsha being a non-cricketer is that he’s not, he did play the game, and so o this episode we talk about his early life following and playing the game. Then l…
 
This is the story of a batsman losing consciousness, another coughing up blood, blood on the pitch, a train accident with 151 deaths and a 33 run partnership that brought them all together. This episode is about New Zealand cricket, Bert Sutcliffe, Bob Blair and the Tangiwai disaster. - This podcast is brought to you by our supporters at Patreon, i…
 
Tim Wigmore and Freddie Wilde have written the definitive book on T20 cricket. So I got Wigmore to come in and talk about some different themes that the book touches on. Chris Gayle’s hamstrings, drugs, Windball, Ganguly and ABDV’s fairly empty trophy cabinet are just some of the topics. - To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page. https…
 
One of the most used phrases in cricket now is slower balls, but we rarely talk about how these deliveries have come to be. In this episode of Double Century, we take a walk through the history of one of cricket’s greatest spoiling deliveries. - This podcast is brought to you by our supporters at Patreon, if you like what you heard here, please hel…
 
Left arm wrist spinner Tabraiz Shamsi comes on to talk about why he chose wrist spin, his mentor Imran Tahir, his different journey towards the top and the day he felt worthy when bowling to MS Dhoni. - To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121. If you like this podcast, you may like the YouTube p…
 
This episode is about how West Indian cricketers have always had to look overseas to be paid what their talents deserve. We chronicle cricket from before Tests through to today, looking at some key players and what they had to do just to pay the bills. - This podcast is brought to you by our supporters at Patreon, if you like what you heard here, p…
 
This episode is something slightly different, we talk about my story on Sreesanth, and for that, we drop in the king of cricket podcasts Subash Jayaraman to interview me. Sreesanth was a fast bowler and figure of fun for much of his career, then there was the match fixing and what followed next. It was a bizarre story of an interesting man. - To su…
 
Women’s cricketers love the game. That is why they play. They would have to, because otherwise they would have walked away from this sport. In this episode,you'll hear of the women you couldn’t use their own names, had to pay for the privilege while the men were paid and how it is slowly getting better. This is the long journey to professionalism f…
 
LBW's have changed, they way they are given, who gets them, and pretty much everything else to do with them. So Karthik has come on to chat about this, as he wrote a piece on it for Cricinfo recently. Today I got on someone who is equally interested in this as I am. We discuss how batmen’s techniques have changed, what bowlers are doing better and …
 
Without doubt the biggest change that ever happened to cricket was the bowling going overarm. Before it was game, that turned it into a sport. Here we track those who changed our sport forever and talk about why some tried to stop it. This was a 70 year battle where good triumphed over underarm. - This podcast is brought to you by our supporters at…
 
Wright Thompson comes on to talk about learning about cricket, India and the time he called up non-cricket fans to tell them about Mahela and Kumar. We talk about writing, journalism and the reason that cricket is so interesting. - To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121. If you like this podcas…
 
The game we enjoy today was not born fully formed, the pitch and gear has developed over time. But so have the batsman, and what this episode tries to do is take you through how different parts of the field were opened up until batsmen were hitting over their own heads. - This podcast is brought to you by our supporters at Patreon, if you like what…
 
For this episode we’re talking about the greatest delivery ever invented, the wrong’un. It's such a remarkable delivery, in that now people know how it works, and yet batsmen still can't play it. A delivery that helped cricket develop over 100 years ago and is still doing it today. - This podcast is brought to you by our supporters at Patreon, if y…
 
England World Cup winner Alex Hartley comes on to talk about how the professional women's game is in trouble, her search for another job and what separates the women players from the men. - To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page.https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121. If you like this podcast you may like the YouTube page https://you…
 
This is not a normal Red Inker, it's the first episode of my new podcast Double Century on the history of cricket. This episode will be a one off, to hear the rest you will have to subscribe to that podcast over at https://anchor.fm/doublecentury - This podcast is brought to you by our supporters at Patreon, if you like what you heard here, please …
 
A few years ago I wrote a book called Test cricket: the unauthorised biography. This is a podcast series on the history of cricket through the people and moments that made the game. In our first episode we go back to the beginning of Test cricket. That birth involved betting, jail and a journalist deciding the whole thing was worthy. Welcome to Dou…
 
Dan Norcross joins me to talk about how to commentate in cricket. In this episode we talk about how cricket commentary is basically surgery, a Hitchcock bomb or what do you say when nothing happens. On top of both being commentators, Norcross and I have always been obsessed with how cricket commentary works. So this is us on the art and science of …
 
You may not remember the Zimbabwean spoiling bowler Ray Price, but if you do, chances are you remember how angry he would get. He bowled muscular left arm finger spin, but sledged like he was the world's quickest bowler. He was a delight to watch - while not at all being a delight to watch - and somehow even made his way to the IPL. This episode Tr…
 
This week Bharat Sundaresan comes on to talk about what happened to the West Indies fast bowler Patrick Patterson. A man who was hard to face became almost impossible to find. - To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121. If you like this podcast visit the YouTube page. https://www.youtube.com/jarr…
 
This episode Dan Gallan comes on to talk through why South Africa have managed to find many top black South African bowlers, but no batsmen. Although he does point out that failure with the bat has started to unite races in South Africa of recent times. We discuss quotas (and targets within targets), racial bias in selection and coaching, science a…
 
Shan Masood was written off by some - myself included - as someone not quite good enough, who perhaps got his chance because of his family connections as anything else. He disappeared back into Pakistan domestic cricket after 12 Tests, and if you never saw him again he'd barely be thought of. But instead Masood spent years rebuilding his career wit…
 
Jarrod stretches his heel just over the line as he tackles one of the most controversial topics in cricket today with Adam Collins of The Final Word podcast. - To support the podcast, please go to our Patreon page. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121 You can find Adam Collins on twitter at https://www.twitter.com/collinsadam Jarrod is also on t…
 
Andrew Balbirnie, the Irish cricket captain, joins Jarrod to discuss his time with Ireland and his rise to the captaincy. - To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121. You can find Andy Balbirnie on twitter at https://twitter.com/balbo90 and his knock against Afghanistan is here https://www.youtube…
 
Nick Friend joins Jarrod to chat about Maroš Kolpak, the man who unwittingly changed the face of county cricket by way of slovakian handball. - To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121. You can find Nick Friend on twitter: https://twitter.com/NickFriend1. The archive to his work for the Cricketer…
 
To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121. You can find Jarrod on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/ajarrodkimber. You can find Tymal Mills on twitter https://twitter.com/tmills15. This podcast is produced by Nick McCorriston: https://www.nickamc.com and https://twitter.com/nickamc. The theme tune i…
 
Jarrod brings on Dan Cherny from The Age newspaper to discuss the ins and outs of fast bowling in the women's game. - To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121 You can find Daniel Cherny on twitter: https://twitter.com/DanielCherny and his piece on women's cricket is here: https://www.smh.com.au/s…
 
Barney and Jarrod discuss the 'othering' of Jofra Archer, and how he's handled himself in professional cricket. - To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121 You can find Barney Ronay on twitter at https://twitter.com/barneyronay/ and the archive to his work for his piece on Jofra is here: https://w…
 
Jarrod chats to Paul Radley about his time covering the UAE side, and what to do if you lose a third of your squad in a tournament. - To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page. - You can find Paul Radley on Twitter and the archive to his work for the National is here. Jarrod Kimber can be found over on his Twitter. This podcast is produc…
 
When it comes to not making runs, few are more qualified than Andy Zaltzman and Jarrod Kimber. The two learned failures look at how much Test batsmen struggled in 2018, and why. They discuss where modern batting is right now, blip-wise. They also talk bowlers, invent a dating app inspired by a Kent allrounder, and Jarrod picks an unlikely candidate…
 
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