The Cricket Sadist Hour

A Sports podcast featuring Andy Zaltzman and Jarrod Kimber
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Episodes of The Cricket Sadist Hour

Kimber and Zaltzman talk great World Cup performances - that Kapil Dev catch, the human calculator Michael Bevan and how Sanath and Kalu changed things
From Crowe to Klusener, Kimber and Zaltzman look back at great performances from previous World Cups in the first of a two part series
Zaltzman and Kimber talking free hits, body position and Chris Woakes' nice feet. How do we stop them, why do they happen, and why Bob Willis should never ever talk about them.
When it comes to not making runs, few are more qualified than Andy Zaltzman and Jarrod Kimber. The two learned failures look at how much Test batsmen struggled in 2018, and why. They discuss where modern batting is right now, blip-wise. They al
Kimber sits down with Zaltzman, one of the leading wicketkeepers in England, to look at the evolution of keeping.
Zaltzman and Kimber look at batsmen converting fifties to hundreds, and those converting twenty-fives to fifties (for some reason), and much other Joe Root related stuff.
Zaltzman and Kimber go left, way left, to talk about one of the biggest trends in cricket, the rise of left-arm seam: from Fred Morley to Neil Wagner, with lots of Wasim Akram
Jarrod Kimber and Andy Zaltzman are back with the Cricket Sadist Hour, and they take a deep dive into Jimmy Anderson's career.
The podcast is back (in may, on ESPNcricinfo), but here is an emergency podcast we recorded for cricinfo. It's about men doing bad things with balls.
Three Test series are very nearly discussed.
Would Beefy beat Clinton? Is cricket a strong or weak link sport? Bangladesh. How good is Mehedi Hasan? England, arrogant, idiotic, or idiogant? Is this Australia's greatest pre-series home implosion since 10/11? And Steve O'Keefe, becau
Younis steel balls. Measuring your penis. Test Cricket.
We find the quietest box at lord's, which is not quiet. We almost talk about Mo Amir. We almost talk about a lot of things crickety.
Two tiers, or not two tiers. Sri Lanka shit show. And when Andy changed cricket forever.
Alex Hales in a gimp suit. Jonny Bairstow's future. Batting positions. How bad are modern collapses?
Married women are shit cricketers, plus Charlotte Edwards. Commentary is now more Morrison than Cozier. Can we make up new fielding positions? How shit were England in the 90s? A team of Zatlzmans vs a team of Kimbers....
Odd dismissals, groins, Portugal Carlos, Stokes, T20 tactics, and the unknown Sri Lankans.
Two men, one you tube clip, and you ears. Plus, bonus Mankad evolutionary history.
The ICC. And then almost an hour of pure, hardcore, filthy, wicket keeping erotica.
England. South Africa. Ben Stokes. Kagiso Rabada. Andy takes a controversial stand on fixing in cricket. Jarrod almost explains the evolution of bowling. And do we need milestones?
What are the far from ideal reasons that West Indies Cricket might not be around in five years? Was South Africa's form a blip? Do we need independent groundsmen? Has Andy ever seen a batsmen storm off a ground in a huff dismissing himself? Wha
Pink balls, the birth of test cricket, iverson's hands, taking singles, bullying at the ICC, and home pitches.
The beast called Mitch. Australia's batting pitches. Rebuilding England. Kane's textbook animation. And special guest starring Jarrod and Andy revolutionising cricket tactics as you know it. featuring Syd Barnes Aubrey Faulkner Herbie Taylo
Pakistan's win, England's potential positives, masters of tweak, the era of part time, doctor talk and beach cricket. Random historical players mentioned: alfred lyttelton gaving roberston basil butcher david capel billy murdoch cameron wh
Viru, Zaheer, Shoaib, Adil, Cook, Trevor Franklin, Craig Howard, Blackwood, Rangana and Shiv Sena are all here.
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