show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
Host, Gary Naylor, is joined by Pat Murphy, Mike Selvey and the man who held up The Urn at The Oval, the one and only David Gower. They look back to 1985 when Ian Botham swung the bat and Richard Ellison swung the ball and we thought it might always be this way. Our Player of the Pod is Phil DeFreitas, a supremely gifted cricketer whom England mana…
 
Host, Gary Naylor, is joined by Derek Pringle, Rob Smyth and Rob Steen to look back on the 1989 Nehru Cup, a seven nation event that anticipated both the Champions Trophy and Pakistan's World Cup triumph still three years in the future. In the second innings, the panel choose their England Nearly Men XIs, the players who didn't quite make it and th…
 
The 80s and 90s Cricket Show (sponsored by Mark Sellek of Anderton Law) is back for Season 2 with old favourites and new guests to look back on the good, the bad and the ugly over a couple of decades of English cricket. In Episode 2, host Gary Naylor is joined by Mike Selvey, Derek Pringle and Rob Smyth to give the old warhorse, Angus Fraser, anoth…
 
The 80s and 90s Cricket Show (sponsored by Mark Sellek of Anderton Law) is back for Season 2 with old favourites and new guests to look back on the good, the bad and the ugly over a couple of decades of English cricket. In Episode 1, host Gary Naylor is joined by Peter Hayter, Mike Selvey and Pat Murphy to stand up to the stumps with the eccentric …
 
Former England captain Graham Gooch joins Gary Naylor, Peter Hayter and Pat Murphy to discuss the career of Phil Tufnell, a left-arm spinner who received his first Test cap under Gooch and who then found himself in and out of both trouble and the England team throughout the nineties. As you’d expect, there are plenty of behind the scenes tales of h…
 
Derek Pringle, Mike Selvey and Rob Smyth join Gary Naylor to discuss Nasser Hussain’s early career. Derek was a teammate of Nasser’s for Essex and England and he gives us insight from inside the dressing room. How did this headstrong young batsman become a transformative national skipper? Pringle was also one of the many players used by England dur…
 
Peter Hayter, Emma John and Rob Smyth join Gary Naylor to discuss how Mike Atherton’s inexperienced England tourists fared against Brian Lara and the West Indies in early 1994. There are tales of Miller’s bar, blotto copy and teenage trauma, along with colourful memories of Curtly Ambrose and 46 all out, an unlikely victory in Barbados and Lara’s w…
 
Chris Broad, Pat Murphy and Mike Coward join Gary Naylor to discuss England’s triumphant tour of Australia in 1986/87 which saw the Ashes retained and limited overs success to boot. Broad himself hit three hundreds to help Mike Gatting’s team hang on to the urn. There’s fascinating insight from inside the England camp, terrific analysis on the stru…
 
Derek Pringle, Mike Selvey and Rob Smyth join Gary Naylor to discuss the swashbuckling former England and Hampshire batsman Robin Smith. Derek roomed with him for England, Rob helped him write his revealing autobiography and Mike watched Smith’s international career closely from the press box, so there’s no shortage of insight about ‘The Judge’. Bo…
 
Ian Botham (who else?) is the iconic player under examination in the first ever episode. Gary Naylor debates the second half of Beefy’s career with three men who have all written books with or about the great man - veteran BBC cricket reporter Pat Murphy, cricket correspondent of the Sunday Times Simon Wilde and Peter Hayter, columnist at The Crick…
 
The 80s and 90s Cricket Show revisits the days of Botham and Gower, Viv Richards, Allan Border, and Javed Miandad - the days before T20, when test matches had rest days, when chairmen of selectors couldn’t recall names of players, blamed getting beaten on astrology, and once selected 4 captains and 29 players in a single summer. Gary Naylor will be…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login