The Broken Wicket Podcast: Episode 2 – The Three Stooges

The Broken Wicket PodcastThe podcast is back for more, still giving cricket the tough love it needs in these harsh modern times. The Broken Wicket brings you the latest news from the cricket world, getting under the skin of the story.

For this first episode, I’m joined by Andrew Mizner and Ed Benson to discuss a tumultuous fortnight of off-field developments in the cricketing world. Also featuring an interview with Surrey Slam’s Matt Camp and the second edition of the Cricket Coffin.

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The Broken Wicket Podcast: Episode 1 – Bloody Katy Perry

The Broken Wicket PodcastWelcome to the new podcast! Giving cricket the tough love it needs in these harsh modern times, The Broken Wicket brings you the latest news from the cricket world, getting under the skin of the story.

For this first episode, I’m joined by Andrew Mizner to discuss the winter tour, Australian cheating, and the season ahead. Also featuring an interview with sports psychologist Victor Thompson and the first Cricket Coffin feature.

How to listen:

Visit The Broken Wicket website

Subscribe on iTunes podcasts

Search on your favourite podcast app or enter the feed manually (http://thebrokenwicket.com/rss)

CricIndex podcast: Winter of Discontent

img_0291After a long slog on the other side of the world, the England team is finally returning home. Having not won a Test, I don’t think we can expect any fans to be waiting to greet them at the airport… A desperately disappointing failure to win the second Test against the Kiwis summed up the winter pretty well, and has led to some serious questions for the selectors, management and players as they look forward to the English summer.

Eddie Gibbs, Scott Taylor and I look back at the New Zealand series, ponder what is ailing the England team, and .

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