It’s more than just a sporting contest. It’s the pride of two nations, where victory couldn’t be sweeter, but defeat is the bitterest taste of all. It’s a rivalry that transcends sport and creates true heroes and villains. This is Legends of the Ashes, hosted by lifelong cricket fan and current Marylebone Cricket Club President, Stephen Fry. This podcast series will delve deep into the stories that make the England versus Australia rivalry one of the greatest there is. Relive incredible matches and history-altering moments with new, revealing insights from cricketing royalty including Lord Botham, Sir Andrew Strauss, Michael Vaughan, Glenn McGrath, Justin Langer and modern-day heroes such as James Anderson, Stuart Broad and Steve Smith. Legends of the Ashes is written by ‘The Analyst’ Simon Hughes and produced in collaboration with Goalhanger Podcasts.
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A tremendous account of this unique and inimitable battle between the empire and one of its colonies. Stephen Fry has created an account much like his masterful retelling of the Greek Myths. Centre stage, the colourful Shane Warne who was always entertaining along with English heroes, Ian Botham and Freddie Flintoff. My only feedback would be the inclusion of Keith Miller, an Invincible, WWII combat pilot, and ladies man. Our sporting Errol Flynn.
Great to hear all the stories about the greatest test series there is The Ashes
Having seen every Test v Australia since 1972, I predicted that the UK media would focus on Botham 1981, Warne 1993, and various during the last 23 years including the usual obsession with 2005, they didn’t let me down, therefore I only listened to Ep.2, 3, 4, 5 and 9. more
Interesting attempt at the history of the ashes. Found the talking bits by those that was there really good, Stephen Fry does a good job as well and it’s nice to hear the inside stories. Sadly though this is badly let down by the clearly staged ‘commentary’ and I have to say it would have been better if they had just talked about the events and not bothered to try and con you with the fake ‘in game clips’ more
but love listening to Stephen Fry and huge respect for Simons Hughes & Mann. more
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Legends of the Ashes launched 6 months ago and published 11 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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