Episodes 10 and 11 of The Broken Wicket

In episode 10 of The Broken Wicket podcast, Jarrod Kimber of ESPNCricinfo and TalkSport talks about the state of cricket governance, the Hundred and the ECB’s attempts to innovate, the use of data and his favourite players to watch (spoiler alert: mostly spinners).

The interview took place before he was due to head to the Caribbean to work as head of analytics for the St Lucia Stars of the Caribbean Premier League, a campaign in which the Stars would eventually finish fifth, outside of the playoffs.

Jarrod was also co-director of cricket documentary Death of a Gentleman, which is available on Netflix in the UK, and he is now in Sri Lanka, as part of TalkSport 2’s commentary team for the one day series with England and elsewhere in this episode, Tim Part and I talk about Test Match Special’s new rival to TalkSport’s commentary, The Cricket Social. We also preview the ODI series, in which England are currently one up, with three to play.

You can listen to The Broken Wicket via iTunes:

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-broken-wicket/id1372577149?mt=2

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http://thebrokenwicket.libsyn.com/episode-10-enquiring-politely

YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fbS-220_v4

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In episode 11, Tim Part and I looked ahead to the Sri Lanka v England test series, talked about match fixing allegations, Australia v Pakistan, more TalkSport v BBC and we debated whether it is the end of an era.

Episode 11 on iTunes:

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-broken-wicket/id1372577149?mt=2

Website:

https://www.thebrokenwicket.com/podcast/episode/202a9166/episode-11-down-with-the-kids

YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gu5loauGHrk

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The Broken Wicket podcast is back

Two new episodes of The Broken Wicket cricket podcast went out at the end of September.

Two new episodes of The Broken Wicket cricket podcast went out at the end of September.

In episode eight, Tim Part and I looked back at England’s test series win over India and made some predictions about the touring party for Sri Lanka.

Listen via iTunes:

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-broken-wicket/id1372577149?mt=2

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http://thebrokenwicket.libsyn.com/episode-8-winner-winner-touring-spinner

YouTube:

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In episode nine, Tim and Tasneem Sadiq reported from The Oval as Surrey played out the thrilling final day of their match against Essex and lifted the County Championship trophy, interviewing Alex Stewart, Tom Curran, Sam Curran, Morne Morkel, Ollie Pope, Mark Stoneman, Amar Virdi and Ryan Patel, as well as the Guerilla Cricket gang and spectators including some of the players’ wives.

iTunes:

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-broken-wicket/id1372577149?mt=2

Website:

http://thebrokenwicket.libsyn.com/episode-9-super-surrey-special

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The Broken Wicket: Episode 6

A preview of the first test between England and India

Episode six of The Broken Wicket podcast is a preview of the first test between England and India which starts at Edgbaston today. Listen now to hear our predictions and a computer simulation of the match.

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Episode five of The Broken Wicket

A new episode of the cricket podcast is available to download or stream now

In episode five of The Broken Wicket podcast, myself and Guerilla Cricket’s Tim Part and Ed Benson discuss the England v Pakistan test series, Virat Kohli’s place on the Forbes list of the 100 highest-paid athletes and battle with a quiz about English bowlers. There is also an appearance by Nick Randall, assistant sports editor of The Times, to talk about the England v India T20 and ODI matches.

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New episodes of The Broken Wicket podcast

Episodes three and four of The Broken Wicket podcast are now available to download or stream.

Episodes three and four of The Broken Wicket podcast are now available to download or stream. In Episode three, Tim Part of The Straight Hit interviews Nakrul Pande of Guerilla Cricket about broadcasting the Ireland v Pakistan test match, while in episode four, former England internationals and current county coaches Matthew Maynard and Anthony McGrath talk us through how to select a team.

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Podcast: new episode of The Broken Wicket

Episode two of cricket podcast The Broken Wicket is now available to stream and download

Episode two of The Broken Wicket cricket podcast is now live for download and streaming. In it, myself, Tim Part of The Straight Hit and Ed Benson of Guerilla Cricket discuss 100 ball cricket, Test Match Special losing commentary rights to Talksport and Ed Smith’s appointment as national selector of the England team. Plus there’s a debate about the merits of county cricket and an interview with one of the organisers of the Surrey Slam T20 tournament.

How to listen:

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http://thebrokenwicket.com/rss

New podcast: The Broken Wicket

Listen to episode one of a new cricket podcast

I joined Tim Part of The Straight Hit for episode 1 of The Broken Wicket, a new podcast offering ‘tough love’ for cricket. In the wake of the ball-tampering scandal, it features an interview with sports psychologist Victor Thompson about the psychology of cheating, while Tim and I discussed England’s winter, hopes for the summer and much more, all in a tight 32 minutes.

How to listen:

Via the website

iTunes

Or your podcast app of choice – either search or copy in: http://thebrokenwicket.com/rss.