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Before yesterdayTest Match Special

Tuffers and Vaughan: 'West Indies can become best team in the world'

By BBC Radio 5 live
Phil and Michael have their say on where things went wrong for England in the opening Test of the series. The futures of Joe Denly and Jos Buttler are discussed as the batting failed to fire again. We look at the non-selection of Stuart Broad, his anger and frustration at missing out, and how the England management can simultaneously focus on the present and work towards trying to win in Australia next winter. Carlos Brathwaite joins the pod to tell the story of West Indies' improvement under Jason Holder and whether the side continue to be underestimated. Plus, we hear exactly what's said out in the middle in the heat of battle with some brilliant audio from the stump mics.

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  • July 13th 2020 at 12:15

Day 5: Brilliant Blackwood ensures West Indies win opening Test

By BBC Radio 5 live
Jonathan Agnew, Simon Mann, Carlos Brathwaite and Michael Vaughan react to the West Indies’ first Test win over England in Southampton. The team assess the difference between the sides and look at what England need to do to improve for the second Test at Old Trafford. We also hear reflections from captains Ben Stokes and Jason Holder on their sides' respective performances.

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  • July 12th 2020 at 19:03

Day 4: Late West Indian wickets peg back England

By BBC Radio 5 live
Jonathan Agnew looks back on an intriguing fourth day between England and the West Indies in Southampton. A late flurry of wickets restricted England to a 170 run lead with two second innings wickets remaining. Hear from England batsman Zak Crawley, who says he was frustrated not to make a century, despite reaching a career best Test score of 76. We get an update on the return of the recreational game and hear from a pair of TMS listeners who are celebrating their "un-Wedding Day".

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  • July 11th 2020 at 19:46

Day 3: Dominant West Indies leave England in trouble

By BBC Radio 5 live
Jonathan Agnew is joined by former England captain Michael Vaughan and West Indies all-rounder Carlos Brathwaite to review the third day's play in the opening Test. With England 99 runs behind at stumps, we hear from bowler James Anderson and West Indies wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich, who scored a half-century for the visitors. And ahead of the impending return of recreational and County cricket, Yorkshire CCC chief executive Mark Arthur joins the podcast, along with Matt Mugan from East Molesey Cricket Club, and Phil Johnson from Elstow Cricket Club.

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  • July 10th 2020 at 19:35

Day 2: Holder hammers England as West Indies take charge

By BBC Radio 5 live
Jonathan Agnew presents reaction to Day 2 of the opening Test between England and the West Indies. Six wickets from captain Jason Holder saw the visitors move into a strong position, trailing by 147 runs with nine first innings wickets remaining. Hear reaction from Holder, and England fast bowler Mark Wood. And the ECB's chief executive Tom Harrison explains the impact Covid-19 has had on cricket in this country, and how his organisation plans to improve diversity in the game.

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  • July 9th 2020 at 19:24

Day 1: Weather frustrates England on cricket's return

By BBC Radio 5 live
Jonathan Agnew reflects on a frustrating opening day of the first Test between England and the West Indies. Rain and bad light meant only 17.4 overs could be bowled, with England making 35-1 in the little play that was possible. We hear reaction from West Indies bowler Shannon Gabriel and England assistant coach Graham Thorpe. And the ECB's director of events Steve Elworthy explains how the bio-bubble was created to allow cricket to return. And after players and umpires took a knee in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, TMS summariser Carlos Brathwaite explains how powerful a gesture it was.

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  • July 8th 2020 at 19:45

Tuffers and Vaughan: "We're so excited for cricket's return"

By BBC Radio 5 live
As England prepare to begin their cricketing summer, head coach Chris Silverwood joins Eleanor Oldroyd, Phil Tufnell and Michael Vaughan to preview the first Test against the West Indies. Chris tells the podcast about life in the bio-bubble, preparing for his first home series, and how Ben Stokes has taken to being stand-in captain. And the panel also discuss the return of recreational cricket, which was announced last week.

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  • July 6th 2020 at 19:48

Ultimate England Men’s Cricketer

By BBC Radio 5 live
Jonathan Agnew is joined by Isa Guha and Phil Tufnell to reveal the results of an ECB and BBC Sport poll to find the ultimate England men’s cricketer of the 21st century. The public have voted on eight batting and eight bowling disciplines to put together the best attributes of everyone to have pulled on the Three Lions since the turn of the century.

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  • July 3rd 2020 at 12:20

#40from40: Max Boyce MBE

By BBC Radio 5 live
Singer and comedian Max Boyce enjoys the first Test match in Cardiff during the memorable Ashes series of 2009. Look out for some wonderful stories of Sir Ian Botham in pantomime!

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  • July 2nd 2020 at 04:45

#40from40: Richard Thompson OBE

By BBC Radio 5 live
Guitar hero Richard Thompson joins Jonathan Agnew for a memorable chat and live performance in 2014.

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  • July 2nd 2020 at 04:30

England vs West Indies Classics: Lord's 2000

By BBC Radio 5 live
Jonathan Agnew is joined by Fazeer Mohammed and Andy Zaltzman to discuss a remarkable Test match between England and West India at Lord's in 2000.

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  • June 26th 2020 at 05:00

#40from40: Mishal Husain

By BBC Radio 5 live
Today presenter Mishal Husain gives a fascinating insight into the world of journalism in an interview at the Oval in 2016.

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  • June 25th 2020 at 04:45

#40from40: Richard Osman

By BBC Radio 5 live
TV's Pointless star Richard Osman joins Aggers during the day/night Test at Edgbaston in 2017 to discuss his love of cricket and career in television.

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  • June 25th 2020 at 04:30

England vs West Indies Classics: Old Trafford 1995

By BBC Radio 5 live
Jonathan Agnew, Fazeer Mohammed and Andy Zaltzman remember a brilliant Test match at Old Trafford in the summer of 1995.

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  • June 19th 2020 at 04:30

#40from40: Graham Taylor and Roy Hodgson

By BBC Radio 5 live
Former England football managers Graham Taylor and Roy Hodgson chat about their love of cricket and careers in football in interviews from 1991 and 2012.

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  • June 18th 2020 at 04:45

#40from40: Nobby Stiles MBE

By BBC Radio 5 live
England World Cup winner Nobby Stiles takes a 'View from the Boundary' at Old Trafford in 1997.

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  • June 18th 2020 at 04:30

Tuffers and Vaughan: The art of opening the batting

By BBC Radio 5 live
Eleanor Oldroyd joins Tuffers and Vaughan to look into the art of opening the batting. How do you become an opener? What mentality do you need? How difficult can it be? All-time great Alastair Cook and current England opener Rory Burns join us to answer these questions.

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  • June 15th 2020 at 22:55

England vs West Indies Classics: Headingley 1991

By BBC Radio 5 live
Jonathan Agnew is joined by Andy Zaltzman and Fazeer Mohammed to look back on a memorable win for England against West Indies at Headingley in 1991.

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  • June 12th 2020 at 07:59

#40from40: Gary Neville

By BBC Radio 5 live
Former Manchester United and England right-back Gary Neville reveals his stellar cricketing past during a fascinating interview from 2013.

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  • June 11th 2020 at 04:45

#40from40: Brian Johnston CBE

By BBC Radio 5 live
Brian Johnston has the tables turned and becomes the interviewee on the occasion of his 80th birthday in 1992.

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  • June 11th 2020 at 04:30
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