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Kumar Sangakkara talks cricket's return to Pakistan, Sri Lanka's international resurgence, and his plans as the first non-British president of the MCC, while Taha Hashim and Ben Gardner discuss the rest of the goings on from an eventful week in international cricket - off the field at least.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
The Wisden trio of Yas Rana, Ben Gardner and Phil Walker chat about a week that saw the ECB announce a new head coach and a new structure to the women's domestic game. Essex's Jamie Porter also joins the show to talk about working with new England head coach Chris Silverwood.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
CricViz analyst Freddie Wilde and Wisden Cricket Monthly magazine editor Jo Harman join Ben Gardner to discuss the launch of The Hundred, Rohit Sharma the Test opener, and crisps.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
We hear from Sir Alastair Cook and Simon Harmer after Essex claim the title after Somerset briefly threatened to spoil the party.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Jack Leach joins the podcast for an interview that is interrupted twice by the cheeky Essex duo of Sir Alastair Cook and Tom Westley. Leach talks about his improvement as a batsman, Somerset's bright future and spin bowling.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Yas Rana and Harry Josephs react to day two from Taunton, Roelof van der Merwe talks through his rapid 59 and Harry talks to England's newest spinner, Matt Parkinson, about his first international call up.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Yas Rana, Harry Josephs and Cricbuzz's Vithushan Ehantharajah react to the England squad news that saw Jonny Bairstow dropped from the England Test squad and six uncapped youngsters called up for the first time. We also hear from Ed Smith and look back at the first day's play in the title decider in Taunton.…
 
Lizzy Ammon joins Yas Rana to look back at a bonkers week of County Championship action. They also preview next week's title showdown at Taunton and chat about the recent England central contract news.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
As the series ends at The Oval, Taha Hashim and Phil Walker look back at the highs and lows of the last six weeks in this end of series awards show special.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Yas Rana and Phil Walker react to the third day at The Oval. A day's play that saw Joe Denly fall agonisingly short of a maiden Test century.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Taha Hashim and Phil Walker look back at the second day's play at The Oval, one that saw England emerge as unlikely favourites to level the series.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Yas Rana speaks to Jo Harman on the phone at The Oval as England squander their solid start on a good wicket at 'the People's Ground' before a Jos Buttler rescue act restored a modicum of respectability. Mitch Marsh the unlikely hero with the ball for Australia.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Graeme Swann joins Yas Rana and Phil Walker to discuss what's gone wrong for England in the Ashes, what happens next, what's gone right for Australia, spin bowling and captaincy.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Wisden Cricket Monthly magazine editor and editor-in-chief Jo Harman and Phil Walker look back on a fascinating final day's play at Old Trafford, work out where the Ashes was won and lost, and discuss what changes England should make for The Oval.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Taha Hashim is joined by CricBuzz's Australia correspondent Bharat Sundaresan to discuss Steve Smith's unyielding excellence, Mitchell Starc's return to form, and whether England can turn the tables yet again.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Rich Evans and Taha Hashim discuss a day which started with much promise for England, but was punctured by the brilliance of Josh Hazlewood.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Taha Hashim is joined by Rich Evans and Ben Gardner to discuss day two of the Old Trafford Ashes TestBy Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Digital editor Rich Evans joins Taha Hashim and Ben Gardner from Old Trafford to discuss a weird first day of the fourth Ashes Test.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
A bumper episode featuring Ben Gardner in conversation with Phil Walker and Jo Harman about the Headingley Test, Mark Robinson's England departure, the County Championship and more, an interview with Alex Carey on his peculiar career trajectory and Manoj Narayan on India's win in West Indies.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Ben Gardner and the Cricbuzz's Australia correspondent Bharat Sundaresan look back at one of the most bonkers days in cricket's history.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Ashes Daily 12: Joe Root gives England the faintest of glimmers by Wisden Cricket WeeklyBy Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
After England's third sub-100 score this year, Ben Gardner and Jarrod Kimber try to make sense of another mind-boggling day of Ashes cricket.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Ashes Daily 10: Archer's first five-for of many, Labuschagne's promise, and getting hit amidships by Wisden Cricket WeeklyBy Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
With Steve Smith ruled out of the third Ashes Test in Leeds, the panel assess England's chances of levelling the series as well as looking back at the recent KSL and County Championship action. That plus a whole lot more in this week's Wisden Cricket Weekly Podcast.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Taha Hashim and Phil Walker reflect on the final day of the Lord's Test and look ahead to what might happen in Leeds.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Yas Rana and Taha Hashim reflect on the fourth day at Lord's where a sickly blow to Steve Smith's neck overshadowed one of the all-time great Ashes duels between himself and Jofra Archer.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Jo Harman and Yas Rana talk about a shortened day three at Lord's that leaves the prospect of a result in the balance.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Yas Rana and Phil Walker look back at the action from day two at Lord's where England were bowled out for 258 on a slow wicket as Cummins and Hazlewood starred for Australia.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Nathan Lyon spins Australia to victory on day five as England barely make the halfway point in the day. Yas Rana, Jo Harman and Ben Gardner look back at the day and look ahead to potential changes each side (mainly England) could make for the second Test at Lord's.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Steve Smith continued his quite frankly ridiculous recent Ashes form with his 10th Test hundred against England to set Australia in a position where they need 10 wickets to win the first Test of the series.Jo Harman and Yas Rana look back at the day's play.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
An ebbing and flowing third day ended with England with their noses in front. Yas Rana, Ben Gardner, and Taha Hashim look back on an undulating day in which Chris Woakes saved England with the bat before Steve Smith brought Australia back into the contestBy Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
A week is an aeon in cricket. Rory Burns scores a maiden hundred that he'll remember for the rest of his life as England move into a dominant position after the second day at Edgbaston. Phil Walker, Yas Rana and Jo Harman look back at another memorable day of Ashes cricket.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Well, well, well. After all the chat and pre-Ashes hype, day one of the first Test at Edgbaston certainly delivered. A Steve Smith masterclass helped Australia come back from 122-8 to 284 all out, leaving them arguably ahead of the game after the first day of the 2019 Ashes. Yas Rana and Taha Hashim look back at a brilliant day of cricket, whil ...…
 
The Wisden trio of Yas Rana, Phil Walker and Jo Harman come together for a blockbuster Ashes preview featuring interviews with Glenn McGrath and Ireland hero Tim Murtagh. They look back at the Ireland Test, the Women's Ashes, county cricket and Mohammad Amir's retirement and look ahead to the men's Ashes.…
 
Yas Rana and Jo Harman are joined by Tom Huelin and former Hampshire wicketkeeper Michael Bates as they discuss the Women's Ashes, the Ireland Test, the Zimbabwe situation, the Hundred, the T20 Blast, the Euro T20 Blast, the art of wicketkeeping and much more.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Mark Butcher and John Altman join Yas Rana in an Ashes special. They look back to the World Cup final and exchange stories about their time in and around the England and Australia sides of the 90s and early 2000s. Taha Hashim speaks to Yas about England's squad for the Ireland Test.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
After a fantastic, outrageous, extraordinary conclusion to the 2019 Men’s Cricket World Cup, Jo Harman is joined by Phil Walker and Felix White to try and make some sense of it all.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
On Sunday, England will play their first Men’s Cricket World Cup final for 27 years, and their first live match on free-to-air television since 2005, taking on New Zealand at Lord’s.Jo Harman is joined by Jonathan Liew of The Independent, New Zealand Herald reporter Andrew Alderson and Test Match Special commentator Daniel Norcross to preview t ...…
 
Five countries have lifted the trophy in the history of the Men’s Cricket World Cup. On Sunday we will have our sixth.It will be England v New Zealand in the showpiece final at Lord’s, after Eoin Morgan’s side produced a near-perfect performance to brush aside Australia by eight wickets at Edgbaston. Jo Harman is joined by Phil Walker and Wisde ...…
 
A semi-final that looked to be drifting towards a rain-sodden anti-climax was transformed into one of the most memorable in World Cup history, New Zealand defending 239 to turn over India and take their place in Sunday’s final at Lord’s. Jo Harman is joined by Wisden’s Phil Walker and Indian writer Chetan Narula to discuss the Kiwis’ magnificen ...…
 
With the 2019 Men’s Cricket World Cup in its final stretch, Jo Harman is joined by ex-England captain Adam Hollioake, Test Match Special commentator Daniel Norcross and Wisden’s Phil Walker to discuss the final four, Australia’s old-school approach and consider for which team did the tournament go most wrong. Hollioake, the only England skipper ...…
 
After 38 days and 45 matches, the group stage of the 2019 Men’s Cricket World Cup is now complete, India finishing top of the tree after Australia lost to South Africa by 10 runs in a thriller at Old Trafford.Jo Harman is joined by Sam Perry, Aussie journalist and co-host of the Grade Cricketer podcast, to discuss Australia’s mounting injury cr ...…
 
There was to be no miracle at Lord’s, Pakistan missing out on a place in the semi-finals to New Zealand on net run-rate. But they did at least finish with a rousing victory over Bangladesh at Lord’s, Imam-ul-Haq hitting his first hundred of the tournament and the teenage left-arm quick Shaheen Shah Afridi taking record-breaking figures of 6-35. ...…
 
Editor of the Wisden Almanack Lawrence Booth joins Yas Rana and Jo Harman for an episode that barely mentions the World Cup.The panel talk Women's Ashes, county cricket, Bradman and Scouse cricketers.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
England will play in their first World Cup semi-final for 27 years, taking on either Australia or India at Edgbaston next Thursday, after a Jonny Bairstow century helped sweep aside New Zealand by 119 runs to confirm their place in the last four. Jo Harman is joined by Ben Jones of CricViz to discuss an emphatic English victory that takes them ...…
 
India beat Bangladesh by 28 runs at Edgbaston to seal their place in the semi-finals and end the Tigers' chances of a top-four finish, leaving England, Pakistan and New Zealand to fight it out for the two remaining spots. Jo Harman is joined by South African writer Daniel Gallan and Rob Johnston of Cricbuzz to discuss how India are shaping up a ...…
 
The Wisden duo of Yas Rana and Ben Gardner discuss Sri Lanka's win over West Indies, the cons of using net run-rates, the Women's Ashes and Adil Rashid.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Yas Rana and CricViz's Ben Jones discuss a vital win for England over India at Edgbaston that keeps their World Cup dream alive.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Ben Gardner is joined by Wisden writer Taha Hashim for his podcast debut to discuss Australia's comfortable win over New Zealand and Pakistan's thriller against Afghanistan.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
Phil Walker and Vithushan Ehantharajah look back at South Africa's win over Sri Lanka and look forward to England's titanic, must win game against India on Sunday.By Wisden Cricket Weekly.
 
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