Test Match Special

Coverage of England’s cricket matches. Insight and analysis from Jonathan Agnew and Geoffrey Boycott, plus interviews with the top players.

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      Looking ahead to next summer’s World Cup


      Jonathan Agnew presents an in-depth discussion around next summer’s World Cup, with input from James Anderson, Michael Vaughan, Alec Stewart and Sunil Gavaskar.


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      India edge the T20 series against England


      Charles Dagnall and James Anderson react to India’s victory over England in the T20 series in Bristol, featuring interviews with Eoin Morgan and Hardik Pandiya.


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      Jonathan Agnew and the team review England's series win over Australia


      he BBC's Cricket Correspondent Jonathan Agnew is joined by guests who discuss Joss Buttler's match winning century that helped England to a win in the final match and ensure England take an historic series whitewash against Australia at Old Trafford.


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      Cricket writers panel


      Jonathan Agnew talks to cricket journalists Mel Farrell from ESPN, John Etheridge from The Sun, and cricket writer Vithusan Ethantharaja.


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      Adam Gilchrist Q&A


      Former Australia cricket captain Adam Gilchrist sits down with Jonathan Agnew to answer questions from Test Match Special listeners. Gilchrist talks about a range of topics including his early life and how his cricket career developed. He also comments on broader issues from within the world of cricket.


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      ‘As close as we’ve ever been to a perfect day’ – Morgan


      The TMS team react to England’s stunning display against Australia at Trent Bridge. Centuries from Jonny Bairstow and Alex Hales helped England on their way to 481/6, the most runs ever recorded in a One-Day International. The victory means England secure the series at the earliest opportunity, winning their first three matches.


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      How have Australia changed since sandpaper gate?


      In March 2018, the men's Australian cricket team was involved in a ball-tampering scandal in Cape Town during the Test series with South Africa. Australian bowler Cameron Bancroft was caught by television cameras trying to rough up one side of the ball. Captain Steve Smith and vice-captain David Warner were also found to be involved and all three received lengthy bans from the game. Coach Darren Lehmann, whilst not found to be involved in the scandal, stepped down from his role following...


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       2018-06-13  35m
       
       

      David Sole


      David Sole made 44 appearances for Scotland rugby and captained the side to the 1990 Grand Slam title with victory over England at Murrayfield. It is arguably one of Scotland's greatest and most remembered victories. Three of his four children have also represented Scotland in various sports, including two of his sons Tom and Chris who play cricket.


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       2018-06-10  23m
       
       

      Clare Connor


      ECB Director of Women's Cricket Clare Connor chats about the growth of the women's game.


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       2018-06-09  31m
       
       

      Buttler innings biggest positive from England win – Trescothick


      What was behind England’s dramatic improvement at Headingley, has Dom Bess shown he belongs at Test level, who should Sam Curran try and emulate, and who would make the greatest County Championship Overseas Player XI? Marcus Trescothick fills in for Tuffers, who has booked the day off to watch Love Island.


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       2018-06-04  54m