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Red Inker is a Jarrod Kimber podcast that focuses on deep cricket topics. Every Wednesday we publish an episode with a guest who is an expert on a cricket topic. Guests so far include Harsha Bhogle, Wright Thompson, Abhinav Mukund, Barney Ronay, Abhishek Mukherjee, Emma John, Danny Morrison, Melinda Farrell, Manoj Badale, Nathan Leamon, Tymal Mills, Neil Manthorp, Tabraiz Shamsi, Daniel Norcross and Shan Masood. Every Saturday we publish recording of our live chat on Spotify Greenroom, you c ...
 
This is a podcast series on the history of cricket through the people and moments that made the game. Series three is a look at the first major victory over England of each nation. Double Century is a team effort. Jarrod Kimber wrote, produced and narrated this series. Max Wiggins was a co-writer. Our fact checker is Abhishek Mukerjee (@ovshake42). Nick McCorriston is our producer (@Nickamc).
 
A podcast capturing the stories of scientific brilliance. For a long time, science podcasts have been about DrySci (“Dry science”). It relates topics at too high a level or too generalistic. We aim to change that by bringing the stories of the people, their motivations and specifically the struggles and glories of stories past that will seek to reinvigorate, rejuvenate and respect the minds before the results. This podcast is an effort to soothe that incurable itch in your brain. We ask ques ...
 
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This week on Wagon Wheel, Jarrod answers questions from our loveable Patreon sponsors, and questions from our attendees on cricket league point scoring, associate team makeup, the juggle of AB and Maxwell for RCB, T20 rules in Australia, and the legacy of Dhoni's captaincy. - Each week, Jarrod Kimber hosts a live talk show on Spotify Greenroom, a l…
 
This episode of Double Century is sadder than the rest, because of where Zimbabwe cricket finds itself over the last 20 years. But there are incredible stories here of beating the Australians, dismissing the greatest Zimbabwean, the black arm protest and most importantly, the time they beat the English. - This podcast is brought to you by our suppo…
 
This episode we talk about the boom of cricket analysis by discussing the history of CricViz and to do so we got on a journalist who has just written about them, Mike Jakeman. We talk about legendary statistician Charles Davis, Hawkeye, TV, working for teams, Krishna Tunga and we look at some of the people who made CricViz what it is today. - To su…
 
This week on Wagon Wheel, Jarrod answers questions on batting first or second in T20's, Australia's chances in the Women's World Cup, T20 players enlisting analysts, utilising the crease as a batter, lack of data on wicketkeepers, M.S. Dhoni's captaincy, Rajasthan's captaincy and length of seasons in T20 cricket. - Each week, Jarrod Kimber hosts a …
 
If you’ve listened to the PsychedRx series, or ever contemplated experiencing psychedelics, you’ve probably asked yourself what a trip is really like. Well, I’d very much like to tell you what it’s like, but it’s much like trying to describe an exact shade of purple velvet. It’s deep, rich, bright, dark, it changes as the light shifts. When you tou…
 
This episode we look at Major League Cricket and cricket in the USA. For that we got on a born and bred cricket writer from the USA, Peter Della Penna. We talk about money, recruiting, Liam Plunkett, airhogs, Silicon Valley, Willow TV, corruption, the history of US cricket and how Boris Karloff was a wicked keeper. - To support the podcast please g…
 
October 4, 2021 marked the announcement of the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine to Dr. David Julius and Dr. Ardem Parpoutian. This episode goes behind the relevance of their findings and why it is such an important moment for a field that brings together biology, physics, chemistry and medicine. Key Reviews to dig into: TRP channels: Click he…
 
This week on Wagon Wheel, Jarrod fields questions from our loveable Patreons, IPL team consistency, things for youth cricket clubs to work on, the pace 'pandemic', the evolution of outdated terms in cricket and role designation in all forms of the game. - Each week, Jarrod Kimber hosts a live talk show on Spotify Greenroom, a live chat app that you…
 
This episode we talk about the myth that basketball is killing West Indies’ cricket. So I got on a podcaster to help explain it, Machel St. Patrick Hewitt. We talk about Australian basketball, taxi drivers, Patrick Ewing, cable TV and show how little we know about Bahamas cricket. - To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page. https://www.…
 
Hello all, This is JoJo, your friend and co-host of SKRAPS. I grew up around construction. Tradesmen and experts at the crafts of building and repairing homes were omnipresent in my childhood. From a very young age, I knew more about framing than I did about Barbie dolls. I was comfortable in the world of power tools and knew the importance of “mea…
 
This week on Wagon Wheel, Jarrod fields questions from our loveable Patreons, discusses Dhoni's captaincy strats, using tennis technology for cricket, Ollie Pope, actual liquid manure and a deep look at TV rights for cricket. - Each week, Jarrod Kimber hosts a live talk show on Spotify Greenroom, a live chat app that you can use to talk with Jarrod…
 
Join us to listen to the bi-weekly news round up on all things #NeuroTech and #BioelectronicMedicine. This week we talk about academic news with Cleveland NeuroTech Entrepreneurs workshop, UConn hiring spree in Engineering with focus on NeuroTech. On industry side, we cover Rune Labs, Tivic Health, Opinions on Nyxoah and their FDA breakthrough desi…
 
This episode is about cricket photography. So I got one of the 100 greatest cricket snappers I know, Phil Brown. We talk about Stuart Broad’s nose, Bob Hawke, a boy in Bangladesh, backgrounds, remotes, following the ball and enjoying a tour. - To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121. If you like…
 
This week on Wagon Wheel, Jarrod fields questions from our loveable Patreons, discusses the Pakistan/NZ non-starter, where all the legspinners are, Indian domestic offspin, and a pointed question about our favourite travelling cricket wunderkind, Benny Howell. - Each week, Jarrod Kimber hosts a live talk show on Spotify Greenroom, a live chat app t…
 
Over the ten episodes in this series, it’s clear that we are enthusiastic about the future of psychedelic medicines. There are so many potential applications for responsible, physician-assisted therapies that it almost seems as though psychedelics are a silver bullet, or a little black dress - perfect for any occasion and applicable to myriad disea…
 
This episode we talk about Sunil Narine, a man on a constant journey to perfect his T20 game. To do that I found a writer as obsessed with him as I am, Karthikeya Manchala. We talk about chucking, length, box of tricks, batting Trinidad and how he hides the ball up his butt. - To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page. https://www.patreo…
 
This week on Wagon Wheel, Jarrod fields questions from our loveable Patreons, and also questions about Indian T20 selection, wobble seam, and and why alot of batters don't bowl anymore. - Each week, Jarrod Kimber hosts a live talk show on Spotify Greenroom, a live chat app that you can use to talk with Jarrod. You can join the conversation over the…
 
This week we’re adding a bonus episode on Afghanistan, the most likely team to beat England in the next few years. This is not a standard Double Century, it’s not a written and narrated piece. It’s just me talking about Afghanistan, how they almost beat England and wondering if they’ll get a chance again. - This podcast is brought to you by our sup…
 
This episode we look at something slightly new to cricket, scouting. And in order to do that, I only went and found someone who started their own cricket scouting magazine, Ronan Alexander. On this episode, we look at a few different talented players, but really what we’re doing is breaking down how we need to look at cricket going forward. Where p…
 
This week on Wagon Wheel, Jarrod fields questions from our loveable Patreons, and fields questions about Ranji trophy imports, generational batting and bowling differences, drafts across cricket leagues, and differences in cricket balls. - Each week, Jarrod Kimber hosts a live talk show on Spotify Greenroom, a live chat app that you can use to talk…
 
New molecules, new IP, new opportunities. How can investors be induced to support the massive, but necessary funds required to support the important and carefully regulated research necessary to bring psychedelic therapies to market. Not to be crass, but if something isn’t going to bring a profit, it’s unlikely to receive much funding, regardless o…
 
This episode is about the first victory of the West Indies over England. Dentists from Panama, lawyers from the Caribbean, four white captains, the birth of bodyline and a hint of what they would become. - This podcast is brought to you by our supporters at Patreon, if you like what you heard here, please help out if you can over at https://www.pat…
 
This week we talk about cricket and baseball, to discuss pitchers who can't hit, number elevens who can't bat and how baseball produced their first great all-rounder in 100 years. I brought on one of baseball’s greatest writers to chat about it, Ben Lindbergh. We discuss soft tossers, Babe Ruth, number 11s, Imran Khan, designated hitters and the tw…
 
This week on Wagon Wheel, Jarrod fields questions from Patreon, discusses doctoring pitches, averages, and over rates. - Each week, Jarrod Kimber hosts a live talk show on Spotify Greenroom, a live chat app that you can use to talk with Jarrod. You can join the conversation over there each week, just download Spotify Greenroom on your phone, and fo…
 
Ok, brace yourselves, this is the tale of Jarrod's broken arm. Some more details about the actual incident are at the start of the 13/08 Greenroom podcast, this mostly entails the trip to the hospital. BIG CONTENT WARNING HERE for lots of injury descriptions, and how cramps really just made the whole thing worse. Jarrod is very lucky to be on the r…
 
We're back! This week is Sri Lanka’s turn beating England. By this point Sri Lanka were a World Cup winner, and still, England were only giving them a single Test. So they made that Test count in a style of their own making. - This podcast is brought to you by our supporters at Patreon, if you like what you heard here, please help out if you can ov…
 
Mushrooms changed the world in the 20th century, some say. Others say, psychedelics are older than humankind. But instead of synthesising molecules and providing it people in a clandestine manner, what if, proper systematic drug discovery and development was done to make psychedelics better? In this penultimate episode of PsychedeRx, we explore a f…
 
This episode we talk about Cricket South Africa's Social Justice and Nation-Building hearings, which is their attempt to let past players tell their stories about racist treatment they’ve received. So I got on Lungani Zama, a journalist who was also once a player. We chat about stereotypes, opportunity, old boys, quotas, rugby, and what it's like t…
 
This week on Wagon Wheel, Jarrod updates us on his broken arm, how Shakib Al Hasan is faring, questions about India's middle order, and a common question about leg spin bowlers. - Each week, Jarrod Kimber hosts a live talk show on Spotify Greenroom, a live chat app that you can use to talk with Jarrod. You can join the conversation over there each …
 
Jarrod is making a good start on his recovery from a broken arm last week. If you'd like to hear the full story, check out the start of our most recent episode of The Wagon Wheel, the QnA session Jarrod does every Friday, which we publish here on Red Inker each Saturday. It should be in your feed for this show. We're hoping to be back very soon wit…
 
This week on Wagon Wheel, Jarrod regales us with the tale of his broken arm, how supersub rules have fared in the past, and India's next test captain. - Each week, Jarrod Kimber hosts a live talk show on Spotify Greenroom, a live chat app that you can use to talk with Jarrod. You can join the conversation over there each week, just download Spotify…
 
Zeus gave Sisyphus the eternal punishment of forever rolling a boulder up a hill in the depths of Hades for his crimes of being a trickster and twice cheating death. “Then I witnessed the torture of Sisyphus, as he wrestled with a huge rock with both hands. Bracing himself and thrusting with hands and feet he pushed the boulder uphill to the top. B…
 
Bad news folks, Jarrod came off his skateboard on the way home from commentary on the England Vs. India Test Match last week, and has broken his arm, and Michael Clarke didn't even give him the chance to get ready for it. He is unable to write for the short term, and we are investigating options to allow us to continue. We'll be sure to let you kno…
 
JoJo and I do a fortnightly (bi-weekly) newshour session on all things Neurotech spanning the academic and industry updates. This week we covered a few updates. Most important of all, it is the first women led chairing of Gordon Research Seminar Series as an add-on for Neuroelectronic Interfaces GRC. One of the co-chairs, Nikki Pelot joined us to g…
 
Bad news folks, Jarrod came off his skateboard on the way home from commentary on the England Vs. India Test Match this week, and has broken his arm, and Michael Clarke didn't even give him the chance to get ready for it. As such, we're remastering some older episodes. This week, we're featuring episode 17 with Tabraiz Shamsi, the South African lef…
 
This week on Wagon Wheel, Jarrod dissects Pujara, the quality of different cricket balls, and how to choose openers. - Each week, Jarrod Kimber hosts a live talk show on Spotify Greenroom, a live chat app that you can use to talk with Jarrod. You can join the conversation over there each week, just download Spotify Greenroom on your phone, and foll…
 
This episode is focusing on when South Africa defeated England for the first time. It includes their first Test win, and then also their first series win. And what makes it all the more remarkable was how poor they had been before, how much wrist spin they had on their team and because the Boer War had only just finished. - This podcast is brought …
 
This week we look at what the hell is going on with Sri Lankan cricket. Cause, it’s not going well over there. So I got on Estelle Vasudevan to try explain it all to me. We spoke about suspensions, coaches, captains, T20 Leagues, contracts, the invisible women’s team, and why the major changes to how SLC is run still haven’t happened. - To support …
 
Mike Jay is a renowned cultural historian and author of 4 fine books. We recently invited Mike to join us on our SKRAPS club session on Clubhouse app. We were also joined by Krish Ashok on the stage. Krish is the author of Masala Lab, a book on the science of Indian cooking. Mike's website: www.mikejay.net Find us on ClubHouse…
 
This week on Wagon Wheel, Jarrod first gets a great question from one of our Patrons, and then answers live questions on Spotify Greenroom, including topics such as more on the difference between left and right arm wrist spin, Bangladeshi anchors, the depth of the Indian batting line up, and how we almost lost a lot of Australian cricketing greats …
 
This episode it is Scotland's turn. A proud small cricketing nation who has produced players for England, and then suddenly decided to grow themselves. We talk to Calum MacLeod, who made a few that game, on what turned out to be an incredible day for the team that always seemed to miss its chance. - This podcast is brought to you by our supporters …
 
Watching the first match of the Hundred, it occurred to me that the standard of women’s cricket had improved so much that it barely registered this was a domestic game. So I went and got myself a veteran domestic women's player to talk about it. Izzy Westbury played for Somerset, Middlesex and the Dutch teams before becoming a cricket writer. On th…
 
This week on Wagon Wheel, Jarrod answers several questions from our Patrons, and then answers live questions on Spotify Greenroom, including topics such as the start of the Hundred, Kohli and Joe Root's T20I performances and the physical body strain of left arm wrist spin. - Each week, Jarrod Kimber hosts a live talk show on Spotify Greenroom, a li…
 
It is Pakistan's turn to defeat England, and as you would expect, this is fun. And they didn't beat any England team, but one of the best ever. It involves a family tension over the captaincy, ordinary batting, terrible fielding, and perhaps the greatest fast bowling weapon any team has started Test cricket with. - This podcast is brought to you by…
 
This episode is with Stuart Meaker, who burst onto English cricket with pace and outswing, took the wicket of Virat Kohli twice, and has been fighting to get back to what he once was ever since. In this episode we chat about pace, outswing, struggles and the moment when it all comes back again. - To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page…
 
This week, the discussion ranges from Indian domestic cricket, through to how underrated Colin De Grandhomme really is, and where to put Ajinkya Rahane. Apologies for the rough quality on this one, we're currently working to improve it. Each week, Jarrod Kimber hosts a live talk show on Spotify Greenroom, a live chat service akin to Clubhouse. You …
 
A cast will help a broken bone to heal, a tourniquet will help to stop the bleeding in a limb, an aspirin will alleviate a headache, time (and ice cream) will help to heal a broken heart. But how do you heal a broken mind? Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is but one of the psychiatric indications with inadequate, frequently ineffective treatme…
 
Dutch cricket is fairly unique in that it comes from outside the Commonwealth bubble. For this episode we’ve got on Peter Borren, Dirk Nannes and Pieter Seelaar to talk us through how they defeated England. - This podcast is brought to you by our supporters at Patreon, if you like what you heard here, please help out if you can over at https://www.…
 
This episode we talk about how for the first time in history Test averages have dipped below ODI averages. Recently I found a really good blog on it, and so I got the author to come on. Daniel and I talk about pitches, balls, the talent gap, the divergence of the formats, and the wobble seam ball. - To support the podcast please go to our Patreon p…
 
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