Greg, Jimmy and Felix are joined by two special guests to celebrate Tailenders reaching 99 not out. Plus Mattchin has been digging through the back catalogue for his latest quiz, a new take on ‘Project Mobilisation’ and Jimmy gives an insight into life in the ‘Bio-Bubble’ in Southampton.
Greg, Jimmy and Felix celebrate Father's Day plus a plan is hatched to get Mattchin into the first Test between England and West Indies, General Cricketing Gladness, an update on Jimmy’s magpie problem, the best worst batsman in the world and the return of Twelfth Mansplaining.
With no real cricket due to Lockdown, Greg, Jimmy, Felix and Mattchin evoke their inner ‘Brian Eno’ to immerse themselves in a ‘cricketing sound bath’.
Plus a new game from Mattchin, ’Twelfth Mansplaining’, an incredible ‘GCG’, Jimmy gives an update on his solo training regime and an appeal for the Tailenders community to help us out with the next show.
Michael Vaughan joins Greg, Jimmy, Felix and Mattchin as they head back to 2005 to review England’s two-run win over Australia in the second Test at Edgbaston.
Plus Mattchin’s latest game 'The Vaughan Ultimatum', 'Go Wells' and more on The Maccabees' Norwich Arts Centre 'ticket fiasco'.
Ahead of the Test Match Special replay of the iconic 2005 Ashes Test at Edgbaston, Greg, Jimmy, Felix and Mattchin look back at how cricket gripped the nation in the balmy summer of 2005.
Plus more poetry, General Cricketing Gladness and Ball Wax.
Greg, Jimmy, Felix and Mattchin hear listeners tales of cricketing joy in a ‘General Cricketing Gladness Special’.
Plus Jimmy reflects on when we might have some cricket this summer, ‘Go Wells’, the trials and tribulations of playing the Norwich Art Centre and a touch of poetry.
Following the debacle of Mattchin’s first Instagram Live Quiz, that didn’t go well, this is his follow-up which, in true Tailenders fashion, is neither live nor on Instagram.
Plus we have a new take on ‘GCS’, wedding updates and Felix explains why Tailenders are like dolphins.
Oh, and we have a very special guest but ’No Surprises’ for guessing who that is.
Following a weekend of Tailenders activity, Greg, Jimmy, Felix and Mattchin assemble to review the replay of Headingley, the ’Scorealong’ and Mattchin’s post match Instagram Quiz, which it's fair to say did not go well.
Warning: This podcast contains some strong(ish) language.
Go (Stay) Well.
Greg, Jimmy, Felix and Mattchin are joined by TMS scorer Andy Zaltzman as they look to get ‘match fit’ for the upcoming ’score-along’.
Plus Jimmy relives the time he was most nervous during a Test Match and Felix creates a playlist for household chores #tailendersoftheworlduniteandtakehoover
Greg, Jimmy and Felix continue to broadcast ‘in isolation’ but this week they are joined by a new guest listener.
Plus Mattchin takes us on our ‘virtual’ holidays, a review of ’The Test’ - the new documentary series about the Aussie cricket team - and Felix has some explaining to do about last week’s ‘Isolation, Interactive Quiz’.
No DPRs, no viking embraces and definitely no Dizzee fist bumps as Greg, Felix, Jimmy and Mattchin isolate themselves in various locations across the UK in order to record the latest Tailenders.
Expect the usual nonsense, plus a review of the Manchester show including a final update from scorer Katie, a new take on ‘Project Mobilisation’ plus an idea to really get Tailenders of the world to unite and takeover.
Tailenders of the world united and took over the Palace Theatre, Manchester, for a night of ’twaddly cricket chat’, stupid games, songs and the odd special guest. Contains mangoes, live shredding, batting jackets and Allan Lamb (sort of).
Following the success (?) of the first two Romance Specials, Greg, Jimmy and Felix find out if true love can be found via a shared passion for cricket.
Plus Mattchin is back with a new quiz, a look back at the one day series against South Africa and former England batter and TMS regular Ebony Rainford-Brent is our special guest.
Greg James, Jimmy Anderson and Felix White reveal the location and date of the next live show, review how ’Tailenders’ infiltrated Sky TV and look back at England’s comprehensive victory over South Africa. Plus another round of ‘Whozzat’, Go Wells and the tantalising prospect of one of the most bizarre duets in musical history.