‘Broad & Fry’ is the new cricket podcast looking to bounce the unsuspecting listener with a terrific delivery just short of a length.
England bowler Stuart Broad has taken the new ball, while experienced broadcaster and actor Stephen Fry will bring his own unique spin on the game.
Stuart will tell cricket tales from out in the middle and from a long career of tours and Test matches. While Stephen offers up his encyclopaedic knowledge of the game as well as the enthusiasm of a lifelong fan.
Expect the unexpected as Stuart Broad and Stephen Fry look to establish a brilliant new cricketing partnership.
Stuart and Stephen debate some of the best nicknames in the world of cricket. Also up for discussion is how to control your emotions when playing at Lords and Stuart reveals a rather unenviable Test match record he holds for England.
Ben Stokes joins Stuart Broad and Stephen Fry to reflect on the Cricket World Cup Final. England’s batting hero takes us inside the England team as he describes the events and emotions of an extraordinary day.
Stuart Broad and Stephen Fry react to England’s emphatic victory over Australia and look forward to the World Cup Final on Sunday. Also up for discussion is whether you’d rather have a successful cricket career or star in a Hollywood blockbuster movie.
Stephen Fry becomes the first broadcaster to deliver a podcast cricket report from 36,000 feet. Meanwhile Stuart Broad explains the change in England’s fortunes and debates the worst fielders he’s ever seen.
Stuart and Stephen welcome Gary Lineker onto this week’s podcast. Gary tells of his lifelong passion for cricket, including the time he got injured bowling before a Spurs match, to the considerable annoyance of Terry Venables.
Stuart and Stephen discuss the latest from the Cricket World Cup. Also Stuart describes being hit for six sixes by Yuvraj; Stephen wonders why the bails just won't come off; and we discover what happens inside the England dressing room when it’s r...
Stephen Fry and Stuart Broad review week one of the Cricket World Cup. Plus, Stephen Fry’s personal cricket glossary and Stuart reveals if any cricket coaches have ever given him the 'hairdryer treatment'.