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Australia's champion women's cricket team stands on the shoulders of some of the most talented, bold, and daring women of preceding generations. And pivotal to that modern success is the first Australia and England women's test series held here in the aftermath of the brutal 'Bodyline' Ashes series in 1932/33. It was a moment in time when the crowds turned up in their thousands to watch the women's Tests, the newspapers devoted column inches to the contests, and our women's cricketers looked ...
 
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Neil Manthorp is joined by the former England bowler Steve Harmison to discuss the week's biggest stories. They are joined by the Brisbane Courier Mail's Robert Craddock to discuss all the fallout to Tim Paine's resignation as Australia captain, and debate who will replace him. They also hear from the Sri Lanka Head Coach Mickey Arthur ahead of bec…
 
Jon Norman is joined by the former England bowler Steve Harmison to look back at Day One of the Second Test between India and New Zealand in Mumbai. They praise Mayank Agarwal after he scored his 4th Test century, discuss what next for Kane Williamson after his elbow rules him out of his Test Match, and they look ahead to an intriguing Day Two, whi…
 
Neil Manthorp is joined by double Ashes winner Steve Harmison to look ahead to the start of the Ashes. They discuss why Ben Stokes should bat at No.3, but only play as a batter, and Australian Cricket Writer Jarrod Kimber discusses Pat Cummins' appointment as Test Captain. Chetan Narula joins us to review India's thrilling draw with New Zealand in …
 
Episode 5 - Taking on Tradition: Cricket is in the doldrums and it takes some energy, innovation and on-field success for the game to keep its momentum. Some inspiration and grand piece of timing helps ensure that women finally enter the male haven at Lords, while a friendly chat over a game of golf ushers in a period of growth in Australian women'…
 
Jon Norman is joined by the former England bowler Steve Harmison, and the former IPL cricketer Abhishek Jhunjhunwala to look back at a thrilling first Test between India and New Zealand in Kanpur. They discuss what India could have changed to secure the win, hail New Zealand's resilience, and hear from R Ashwin, Kane Williamson and Ajinkya Rahane. …
 
This week on the Cricket Library Weekly, Robbie Mackinlay and Matt Ellis wrap up all of the action from the Weber WBBL|07 final won by the Perth Scorchers in Perth over the weekend. The lads then turn their attention to the outstanding performances in the Marsh One Day Cup before previewing all of the action in the upcoming KFC Big Bash season that…
 
Jon Norman is joined by former England internationals Steve Harmison and Gareth Batty to review Day Four of the first Test between India and New Zealand in Kanpur. They discuss a dream debut for Shreyas Iyer, debate whether the hosts may have been too conservative in their declaration, and look ahead to a thrilling final day, with all four results …
 
Jon Norman is joined by former England internationals Steve Harmison and Gareth Batty to look back at Day 3 of the first Test between India and New Zealand in Kanpur. They praise Axar Patel after his 5th five-wicket haul in 4 Tests, and ask whether the Kiwis were too timid with the bat. They also look ahead to an important Day 4, with every ball li…
 
Jon Norman is joined by former England internationals Steve Harmison and Gareth Batty to look back at Day Two of the first Test between India and New Zealand. They hear from India debutant Shreyas Iyer after he scored a Test Century on debut, and praise Tim Southee following yet another five-wicket haul for the seamer. They also give credit to New …
 
Jon Norman is joined by former England internationals Gareth Batty and Steve Harmison to look back at Day One of the first Test between India and New Zealand in Kanpur. They discuss a dream debut for Shreyas Iyer, look back at what could have been for the Black Caps, and hear from New Zealand all-rounder Kyle Jamieson. See acast.com/privacy for pri…
 
This week on the Cricket Library Weekly, Robbie Mackinlay and Matt Ellis take a close look at the Weber WBBL|07 as the Adelaide Strikers prepare to take on the Perth Scorchers in the decider on Saturday night. Adding to this conversation are some excellent statistics from the Orange Library that generate some healthy discussion. Men's domestic cric…
 
Episode 4 - From ship to shore: Buoyed by the success of the first summer of international cricket, the Australian women's team embarks on its first tour of England, at a pivotal moment in British history. And while the advent of War will disrupt many competitions, there's a burst of activity after 1945 that puts Australian women in the ascendancy …
 
Host, Gary Naylor, is joined by Pat Murphy, Mike Selvey and the man who held up The Urn at The Oval, the one and only David Gower. They look back to 1985 when Ian Botham swung the bat and Richard Ellison swung the ball and we thought it might always be this way. Our Player of the Pod is Phil DeFreitas, a supremely gifted cricketer whom England mana…
 
Robbie Mackinlay and Matt Ellis share their thoughts on Australia's Men's World T20 victory against New Zealand, the Ashes and Australia A squads. NSW take on Victoria in the Marsh Sheffield Shield with PM Nevill set to notch up 100 games in the Baggy Blue and the lads reflect on his achievement and contribution to NSW Cricket. With Weber WBBL07 he…
 
Originally broadcast on the Hawksbee and Jacobs Show on talkSPORT and also available on their daily podcast this is a chance to hear back to an interview that took place on the show with former Yorkshire bowler Azeem Rafiq. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Neil Manthorp is joined by the former England fast bowler Steve Harmison to look back at a hugely significant day in the history of the sport, as they bring you all the fallout from Tuesday's DCMS hearing involving Azeem Rafiq. They hear from Rafiq himself, the former Yorkshire chair Roger Hutton and the ECB Chief Executive as the discuss what next…
 
Gary Naylor is joined by Peter Hayter, Emma John and Rob Smyth to profile the history man himself, Devon Malcolm. In the second innings, relive the thrills and spills (and there were plenty) of the 1999 Cricket World Cup. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Guy Swindells is joined by the former England fast bowler Steve Harmison to look back at the 2021 T20 World Cup final, as Australia were crowned Champions with an eight-wicket win over New Zealand. They discuss why the win was so dominant for the Aussies, how David Warner has returned to form in recent weeks, and what next for Justin Langer after h…
 
Episode 3 - The Start of Something. It's the summer of 1934-35 and the first team of women's English cricketers are on their way to Australia for the inaugural Test series. In this episode, we capture Australian anxiety about the legacy of the bitter Bodyline summer but also the high hopes that our women's cricketers will show how far the game has …
 
England are out of the T20 World Cup. New Zealand winning a closely fought epic by 5 wickets. Steve Harmison and Jon Norman dissect the best of the bits. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
This week on the Cricket Library Weekly, we wrap up the action from the Sheffield Shield clash between NSW and Victoria at the MCG with some excellent statistics on Nic Maddinson supplied by the Orange Cricket Library that generate some healthy discussion. The lads check in with all of the latest in the WBBL giving their predictions on who they thi…
 
Neil Manthorp is joined by the former England fast bowler Steve Harmison to look ahead to their T20 World Cup semi-final with New Zealand on Wednesday. They are joined live by the New Zealand opener Daryl Mitchell, and England bowler Tymal Mills to build-up to the crucial game in Abu Dhabi. They also hear from Scotland captain Kyle Coetzer, debate …
 
Host, Gary Naylor, is joined by Derek Pringle, Rob Smyth and Rob Steen to look back on the 1989 Nehru Cup, a seven nation event that anticipated both the Champions Trophy and Pakistan's World Cup triumph still three years in the future. In the second innings, the panel choose their England Nearly Men XIs, the players who didn't quite make it and th…
 
Episode 2: The wheels of change. The fluctuating fortunes of women's cricket as a new generation of players emerge from the challenges of World War I and the Depression. In this episode of The Maiden Summer we see how the momentum of the early years of women's cricket is lost as the power of international events relegates women's sport to a seconda…
 
On a day where politics got involved with sport to force the stalling hand of Yorkshire County Cricket Club and the ECB here is a sample of some of the biggest interviews on the topic over the last 24 hours on talkSPORT and Times Radio. Former Yorkshire bowler Ryan Sidebottom, Julian Knight MP and ESPNCricinfo George Dobell. See acast.com/privacy f…
 
This week on the Cricket Library Weekly we pay our respects to Alan Davidson, Ashley Mallett and Peter Philpott who all sadly passed away. We look at some stats around the WBBL and how teams are faring as we head into the second half of the competition. Robbie and Matt run their eye over the Marsh Sheffield Shield and Marsh One Day Cup results as w…
 
Neil Manthorp is joined by the former England fast bowler Steve Harmison to look back at another good week for England in the T20 World Cup, as Jos Buttler scores his first T20I century in their win over Sri Lanka. They are also joined by the former England Head Coach Andy Flower to assess their chances in both the T20 World Cup and the Ashes, and …
 
England suffer a big blow as they went four from four thanks to a stunning century from Jos Buttler. But how will they do without Tymal Mills? Steve Harmison and Jon Norman reflect on all the action from England's 26 run win over Sri Lanka. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Episode 1 - The Trailblazers: those who battled hostility, scepticism and doubt to forge a path for the next generation of women cricketers. In this episode of The Maiden Summer we tell the story of the women who challenged the idea that cricket was a game only for men. From early charity matches and newspaper scandals, to the first time a team of …
 
Sam Ellard is joined by the former England fast bowler Steve Harmison to look back at England's dominant eight-wicket win over Australia in the T20 World Cup. They wax lyrical about Jos Buttler's brilliance, praise Chris Woakes for his performance, and debate how good Eoin Morgan's captaincy was in the game. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and op…
 
In this edition of the Cricket Library Weekly, Robbie Mackinlay and Matt Ellis wrap up the action from Australia's victory over Sri Lanka in the T20 World Cup. They also chat through the Marsh Sheffield Shield and Marsh One Day Cup as well as all of the latest action from Weber WBBL07. Jack Clifton is our guest on the highly popular new game show '…
 
Another day, another show involving Steve Harmison and Jon Norman analysing another bulldozing England cricket performance this time against Bangladesh who lost by 8 wickets. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Neil Manthorp is joined by the former England fast bowler Steve Harmison to reflect on the news that Ben Stokes will return to the Test team for the Ashes series in Australia. They also discuss England's opening win over the West Indies in the T20 World Cup, and explain why the Windies won't reach the last four. They are also joined by the Scotland…
 
Reaction from across the talkSPORT network to the news that Ben Stokes has announced himself fit to tour Australia and has been added to England's Ashes squad. Hear the views from David Lloyd, Steve Harmison, Darren Gough and Liam Livingstone as the story careered across all the daytime shows. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informati…
 
Steve Harmison and Jon Norman look back at England's 6 wicket win over West Indies and ask whether it can get any better for England.........and any worse for the Windies? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Australian women's cricket has been a feature of our Summers for 150 years. And today's World Champion Australian team actually stands proudly on the shoulders of some of the most talented, bold, and daring women of every generation. Pivotal to that success is the first Australia and England women's test series held here in the aftermath of the bru…
 
This week on the Cricket Library Weekly, Robbie and Matt wrap up the latest from Weber WBBL|07 with the innings of Rachel Priest against the Melbourne Stars a real focal point. The lads run their eye over the recent Marsh Sheffield Shield & Marsh Cup matches as well as checking in on the latest at the World T20 Cup. In a world wide premier exclusiv…
 
Neil Manthorp is joined by the former England fast bowler Steve Harmison for another busy show. They hear exclusively from the England bowler Stuart Broad, who explains why pace won't be the deciding factor in Australia, whilst England's Dan Lawrence looks ahead to his first Ashes tour. They'll also be joined by 2010 T20 World Cup winner Ryan Sideb…
 
The 80s and 90s Cricket Show (sponsored by Mark Sellek of Anderton Law) is back for Season 2 with old favourites and new guests to look back on the good, the bad and the ugly over a couple of decades of English cricket. In Episode 2, host Gary Naylor is joined by Mike Selvey, Derek Pringle and Rob Smyth to give the old warhorse, Angus Fraser, anoth…
 
The 80s and 90s Cricket Show (sponsored by Mark Sellek of Anderton Law) is back for Season 2 with old favourites and new guests to look back on the good, the bad and the ugly over a couple of decades of English cricket. In Episode 1, host Gary Naylor is joined by Peter Hayter, Mike Selvey and Pat Murphy to stand up to the stumps with the eccentric …
 
We bring you a special archived edition of the brilliant My Sporting Life series as Danny Kelly speaks with the Australian Cricket legend Matthew Hayden about his phenomenal career in the game. Over the course of the show, they discuss his rise from a boy out in the countryside to one of Australia's most feared batsman, that iconic 2005 Ashes serie…
 
This week on the Cricket Library Weekly, Robbie Mackinlay and Matt Ellis wrap up the Series between Australia and India. Matt catches up with young Sydney Sixers star Emma Hughes who shares a bit about her cricket journey so far, from growing up in Dubbo to making her WBBL debut last season and how she has been preparing for Weber WBBL|07. The lads…
 
Neil Manthorp is joined by the former England fast bowler Steve Harmison as they discuss England's 17-man squad for the Ashes series in Australia. They also see how the hosts are preparing by speaking to the Brisbane Courier Mail's Robert Craddock, and they hear from both Chris Silverwood and Chris Woakes. As well as this, they look ahead to the st…
 
Danny Kelly brings you a special edition of the 'My Sporting Life' series, as this week he speaks with the former England batsman and coach David 'Bumble' Lloyd. They discuss his early days at Lancashire, the highlights from his 9 Test matches for his country, how he was ahead of the curve as England coach as well as his career both as an umpire an…
 
Neil Manthorp is joined by the former England fast bowler Steve Harmison to discuss whether the Ashes could genuinely be postponed after the ECB said they'll make a decision on the tour later this week. They are also joined by the Chief Cricket Writer of the Sydney Morning Herald Malcolm Conn to get the Australian perspective, and they criticise Ti…
 
Robbie Mackinlay and Matt Ellis are back to discuss all of the latest happenings in Australian Cricket for another season on the Cricket Library Weekly. In this week's show, the lads wrap up the key moments in the series thus far between Australia and India. There is some chat about the Marsh One Day Cup and Sheffield Shield as well as a statistica…
 
Danny Kelly brings you a special edition of My Sporting Life, as he sits down with the West Indies legend Michael Holding to discuss a remarkable career both on and off the pitch. Over the course of the show, they discuss making his debut, touring Australia, that incredible summer of 1976, and the controversial World Super Series league. They also …
 
Jos Buttler gives the clearest indication yet whether this winter's Ashes will take place. And Clare Connor explains what she is prioritising as she starts her tenure as MCC President. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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