“He can be as good as Flintoff or Stokes”: The Jofra Archer story
As Jofra Archer is called up to the England squad for the first time, we find out the story behind the Barbados-born fast bowling sensation.
Simon Mann has been to Barbados to speak to Archer’s former teacher, as well as fellow Bajans Tino Best, and Chris Jordan, the man who describes Archer as his ‘little brother’.
Plus we find out why everyone has been saying his name incorrectly.
The summer starts here!
On the opening day of the County Championship season, Kevin Howells is joined by cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew and Nottinghamshire director of cricket Mick Newell to look ahead to a busy summer of English cricket. The panel assess the impact the new Hundred competition could have on the future of the County game. And Jonathan Agnew has strong words for Durham after appointing Cameron Bancroft as their captain.
England Women make it 10 in-a-row
All the reaction from England Women's record-breaking win in the final T20 in Sri Lanka. Coach Mark Robinson and captain Heather Knight speak to Henry Moeran to discuss a fine series for the team and look ahead to a big summer.
Teammates, housemates, best mates...
England stars and best friends Katherine Brunt, Nat Sciver and Amy Jones chat to Henry Moeran about the series in India and Sri Lanka, life as housemates and we find out who makes the best roast dinner...
Mankadding “isn’t a great image for the game” - Broad
Stuart Broad tells us why he didn’t like Jos Buttler’s IPL mankadding, what sort of reception he thinks Steve Smith and David Warner will get from English crowds this summer, and his future in the game.
We also hear from England all-rounder Sophia Dunkley, who took her first international wicket to help England women beat Sri Lanka and win their 9th game in a row.