The history of cricket is full of great players, great teams, great matches, great series and great seasons and those stories have been told countless times. But what about the tales of players who did not scale the heights of the legends of the game, players who scaled their own personal Everest by being picked for Test cricket, only to never be selected again? That is the subject of One Test Wonders, a cricketing podcast that features episodes with players who played just one Test.
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This is a fascinating series to hear from those who were good enough to be chosen for a test but for various reasons never had a second opportunity. It is very poignant and at times amusing and full of pathos but not self-pity by those one-off internationals. Brian asks all the right questions and treats each player with respect and reverence. more
For mentioning this podcast when commentating. Some great stories and a shame these guys didn’t get a chance for a second test. more
Very interesting stories from the nearly men of cricket and a great insight into the often shambolic running of the England team in the 80s and 90s in particular. Is there another series in the pipeline? Missing it already!
Test cricket is the greatest game on earth and to hear from people who only got to play one Test and are so appreciative for the opportunity is refreshing. Brian has done an incredible job of celebrating cricket careers that at a glance failed at the highest level but universally were very successful but timing and luck were just nit on their side.
This is a wonderful podcast, exploring those cricketers who had one chance at doing what every cricket fan dreams of: playing for their country. Brian gently explores the stories behind the one appearances, with some truly extraordinary individuals. I cannot recommend it enough.
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One Test Wonders launched 2 years ago and published 8 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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