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Storylines: The Women's Cricket Show

Simon Hughes

BBC commentator & Gloucestershire player Melissa Story is joined by fellow BBC commentator & Surrey cricketer Nikki Chaudhuri to discuss all things women's cricket with interviews and in-depth analysis.

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Latest Episodes

Melissa Story and Nikki Chaudhuri assess the movers and shakers in the recently concluded Charlotte Edwards Cup and interview a key member of Blase's triumphant team Grace Ballinger more

a month ago

Melissa Story (Gloucestershire & TMS) and Nikki Chaudhuri (Surrey & TMS) are back to analyse England's T20 series against Pakistan and the Charlotte Edwards Cup but get sidetracked by Nikki's obsession with the test and Melissa's recent Bridgerton bi... more

2 months ago

Melissa Story (Gloucestershire & TMS) and Nikki Chaudhuri (Surrey & TMS) return to the massive plan to return the women's game to the counties and the impacts of this move. Reading listener concerns and speculating on the game before Surrey CC Women'... more

3 months ago

Melissa Story (Gloucestershire & TMS) and Nikki Chaudhuri (Surrey & TMS) dissect the ECB's latest plans to expand the professional women's game with 00 Child Podcast host Polly Starkie and the Independent's sports writer, Sonia Twigg, who makes her s... more

3 months ago

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Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars from 17 ratings
  • ladies are great

    Love the passion for cricket

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Manda8406
    United Kingdoma year ago
  • Let the ladies get on with it

    Simon should not get involved and interrupt in chat as it feels like an over reaching parent trying to be involved and seem cool

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Manda8406
    United Kingdoma year ago

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#121 United States/Sports/Cricket
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#109 United Kingdom/Sports/Cricket
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#100 Australia/Sports/Cricket
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#21 Belgium/Sports/Cricket
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#55 South Africa/Sports/Cricket
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#150 India/Sports/Cricket

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