Test Match Special

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England 's 2020 Test series victory against West Indies will be the last time the two countries contest the Wisden Trophy. The next time they meet in a series they will play for the Richards-Botham Trophy, named after two legends of the game: Sir Viv Richards and Sir Ian Botham. In this special TMS podcast, the two men tell Isa Guha about their friendship, their period together as team-mates at Somerset and their rivalry on the pitch when on opposite sides for their respective nations.
Charles Dagnall and Ebony Rainford-Brent reflect on a brilliant Eoin Morgan century which led England to a 72-run victory over South Africa in the first one-day international at Headingley.
Jonathan Agnew and Isa Guha review the 124 run victory for India over Pakistan at Edgbaston including interviews with Yuvraj Singh and Mohammed Hafeez.
Bangladesh produced a historic batting performance to beat New Zealand by five wickets and keep their Champions Trophy hopes alive in Cardiff. We hear from Bangladeshi Centurian Shakib Al Hasan and New Zealand captain Kane Williamson.
Injured England all-rounder Chris Woakes answers all your questions, from both the world of cricket to the more weird and wonderful.
Natalie Sciver and Heather Knight hit centuries as England amass a record 377-7 to brush past Pakistan in the Women’s World Cup.
Reaction to England's seven wicket win over Sri Lanka, West Indies' collapse against South Africa, India's win over Pakistan and Australia's victory over New Zealand. Henry Moeran and 2009 World Cup winner Ebony Rainford-Brent reflect on all of the days' matches, plus hear from England's match-winner Sarah Taylor .
Joe Root's father Matt and grandfather Don join Jonathan Agnew as captains his first England Test. Kevin Sharp one of Root's first coaches also joins us at Lords to reflect on his career. Photo: Joe Root ahead of the opening day of England's first Test against South Africa. Credit: Getty Images.
The First British Asian member of the English Cricket Board joins Aggers to discuss how the ECB are encouraging fans from the South Asia community to get more involved in the game
The 2017 T20 Blast is underway with a day of thrilling action that saw a tie at Gloucestershire, a last ball win for Surrey and a mammoth score for Yorkshire. Henry Moeran is joined by James Taylor and Ebony Rainford-Brent to review the action.
England’s men and women’s sides were both victorious on a brilliant afternoon for English cricket. The men skittled out South Africa to win the first test by 211 runs at Lords, while the women triumphed in a tense three-run victory against Australia in the World Cup. Jonathan Agnew, Michael Vaughan, Isa Guha, Ebony Rainford-Brent and Geoff Lemon look back on a dramatic day.
Former first class umpire John Holder answers your questions during the Lunch break on the first day of the second test at Trent Bridge between England and South Africa in "ask the umpire".
Antiques expert and cricket enthusiast Philip Serrell joins Aggers to discuss his career and love of cricket.
Jonathan Agnew and Michael Vaughan review a day of struggle for England’s men, who ended day two 205 runs behind South Africa in the second test at Trent Bridge. There was better news for England’s women however, as they beat the West Indies to make it six straight wins at the World Cup and qualify for the semi-finals as group winners. Isa Guha and Ebony Rainford-Brent look back on the victory and preview Tuesday’s semi-final with South Africa.
Jonathan Agnew and Michael Vaughan look back on the third day’s play of the second test between England and South Africa. The hosts moved into a commanding position after declaring on 343 for 9, setting England a victory target of 474.
Surrey took the spoils in the London derby against Middlesex on a dramatic night at The Oval. Kevin Pietersen was injured and batted with a runner, whilst there was total confusion as to who would bat at three for Middlesex. Henry Moeran is joined by Charles Dagnall, James Taylor and Ebony Rainford-Brent to review the action both at the Oval and around the Natwest T20 Blast.
To mark Test Match Special's 60th anniversary, we relive the most memorable moments as chosen by listeners, players and commentators. We hear your most unusual, heartening and hilarious moments whilst listening to TMS; from whole villages in India listening during a power cut, to the sailor pumping out sea water from a sinking boat as Devon Malcolm took 9 wickets against South Africa.
Hear from Surrey players past and present who have been involved in the Oval's century of men's Test matches.
Reaction to the third day of the third Test between England and South Africa with Simon Mann and Michael Vaughan. We also hear from Jimmy Anderson after England reached 74-1 in their second innings before rain stopped play, South Africa were earlier bowled out for 175, with Toby Roland-Jones completing a five-wicket haul on debut.
Reaction to the fifth and final day of the third Test between England and South Africa with Jonathan Agnew and Michael Vaughan. We also hear from man of the match Ben Stokes, England Captain Joe Root, South Africa Captain Faf du Plessis and Moeen Ali after he took a hat-trick of wickets to bowl South Africa out for 252, securing England's 239 run victory and a 2-1 series lead heading into the final test at Old Trafford.
Sir Curtly Ambrose helps preview England v West Indies and gives his own bowling tips to current England bowler Mark Wood. Michael Vaughan, Paul Collingwood and Sir Curtly Ambrose join Mark Chapman to preview England's three-match Test series against the West Indies. The panel also discuss England selection, the logistics around a day-night Test, and Mark Wood joins to talk fast bowling.
Jonathan Agnew is joined by former England and Warwickshire players as Edgbaston celebrates hosting it's 50th men's Test.
The BBC's Cricket Correspondent Jonathan Agnew is joined by former England Captain Michael Vaughan as well as Ben Stokes and Kemar Roach as they review the opening day of the second test between England and the West Indies at Headingley.
Reaction to the final day of the second test between England and West Indies at Headlingley with Jonathan Agnew and Michael Vaughan. We hear from West Indies' batting heroes Kraigg Brathwaite and Shai Hope, who became the first man to score centuries in both innings of a first-class match at Headingley, as his unbeaten 118 took the tourists to their target of 322 for victory. There's also reaction from England captain Joe Root and coach Trevor Bayliss.
Will England's Test captain Joe Root be playing in next year's Indian Premier League? Tuffers and Vaughan join Mark Chapman to discuss and preview the final Test against the West Indies. You will also hear from England's outgoing bowling coach Ottis Gibson, and there is a look ahead to the Ashes with former Aussie opener Michael Slater.
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Aug 6th, 2015
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Aug 1st, 2020
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