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Ashes to Ashes

The Telegraph
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In this five-part series from The Telegraph, some of the biggest names in Ashes history recall memorable Tests in which they played.


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In the fifth episode of Ashes to Ashes, former England wicket-keeper Geraint Jones and ‘Mr Cricket’, Australia’s Michael Hussey, look back at the incredible second Test in Adelaide from the 2006-07 series and the unlikeliest of wins. England recovere... more

6 years ago

In the fourth episode of Ashes to Ashes, former England off-spinner John Emburey and the series' leading wicket-taker, Australia's Terry Alderman, share their memories of the fourth Test of the magical 1981 series. If the preceding Test at Headingley... more

6 years ago

Former England wicket-keeper Matt Prior and Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson relive the drama of the 2010 Boxing Day Test, when England produced one of their finest days of Test cricket to set up a series-defining victory. Narrated by Chief Sp... more

6 years ago


4.2 out of 5 stars from 19 ratings
  • Biased?

    Iconic tests... all won by England. more

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    Australia6 years ago
  • Thanks

    Great podcast in depth balanced view from those who played the games. Release more!

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia6 years ago
  • Great Podcast

    Really good content, love the mixture of both sides with a good editorial mix. All we need to do now is win the series!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom6 years ago

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