The 'Golden Age of Cricket’ is a podcast which explores one of the most fascinating eras in the history of the game. Loosely defined as the twenty five years immediately preceding the outbreak of the First World War, the so called ‘Golden Age’ (1890—1914) saw some of the most legendary cricketers of all time: WG Grace, Victor Trumper, CB Fry, Monty Noble, Wilfred Rhodes, Warwick Armstrong, KS Ranjitsinhji, Hugh Trumble, Sydney Barnes, Archie MacLaren, Clem Hill, Gilbert Jessop and many, many more.Join me, Tom Ford, as each episode I invite a guest to discuss a player, series or event from the Golden Age, in an attempt to resurrect this often forgotten chapter of cricket history. This is the antithesis of most cricket podcasts which focus on the modern game, and is for anyone interested in learning a little more about one of cricket’s most fascinating periods.Save or subscribe to the podcast now so you’ll never miss an episode.FOLLOW ON TWITTER: @GoldenAgeCricktFOLLOW ON YOUTUBE: youtub... more
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In Part 2, Max discusses Tibby's prowess as a batsman, his involvement in the infamous 'Big Six' dispute of 1912, his career as a stretcher bearer in the First World War, and the mystery surrounding his death at the Battle of Beersheba in October 191... more
If cricket fans know one thing about Albert 'Tibby' Cotter, it's likely to be that he was the only Australian Test cricketer to have died in combat during the First World War. But as his biographer Max Bonnell explains, there was much more to the lif... more
In the second part of my chat with The Sunday Times cricket correspondent, Simon Wilde, we discuss Ranjitsinhji's batting style and how he changed the appearance of 'batsmanship', the fluctuating fortunes of his only Test tour - that to Australia in ... more
Huge fan of this podcast, as I am the game. Always waiting for new episodes to drop! A must listen ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
I love this podcast! I listen to every single episode of it🏏
Love this! A podcast that finally explores the fascinating yet often overlooked golden age of cricket. Cricket fans, young and old, this one’s for you! more
So great to have a podcast like this. There's many out there that talk about Cricket, but this one really sets the scene for exactly what the podcast title suggests it covers, 'The Golden age of Cricket'. An awesome podcast, a great host, and having special guests to chat about this era in cricket is absolutely fantastic.
A welcome addition to podcasting on a fascinating period in cricket history.
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