The TMS team bring you daily insight & reaction throughout the Cricket World Cup – PLUS Mark Wood & Chris Woakes take you inside the England camp with our ‘Good Pace for Radio’ episodes, AND Alex Hartley + Kate Cross swing by with ‘No Balls’ during the competition as well.
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Immediate reaction from Kate Cross who has been picked up in the Women's Premier League draft to play for Royal Challengers Bangalore. Alex Hartley, RCB's biggest fan, is excited!
Kate Cross and Alex Hartley are together again, with Kate in Oman playing a lot of golf and Alex recovering from a *truly* horrible journey. Plus, lots of emails and DMs!
Jonathan Agnew is alongside Michael Vaughan, Steven Finn, Geoff Lemon & Prakash Wakankar as Australia stun India to win their sixth Cricket World Cup. Hear from player-of-the-match Travis Head as his 137 steered Australia to a six wicket victory, as ... more
If he was Jason Martin-Jenkins he would have been picked....
Unfortunately this stream covers all the cricket content from across the BBC, which doesn’t allow you to only subscribe to your favourite shows or format of the game. If it were only the shows I wanted, covering the men’s tests, then I would unreservedly give 5 stars. The fact that I have to skip/delete coverage of the IPL for example brings the rating down.
You both made me cry with this one 😭 what a career, Alex, the cricket world loves you so much!!
Great show! The Ashes coverage over the last 6 weeks has been next level!!
Wonderful podcasts, often (but not exclusively) taken from test matches. TMS is an amazing institution and the BBC should do everything it can to preserve this institution.
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