Test Match Special

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Insight and analysis from the Test Match Special team - including interviews with top players and special features.

After a short break England bowler Kate Cross and World Cup winner Alex Hartley are back with tales from the start of their cricket season, tuk-tuk buying fathers and playing cricket with Ed Sheeran and Bear Grylls. Plus they answer your questions and hear about your LBWs, Little Bit Weirds.

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Alison Mitchell and Ebony Rainford-Brent look at how cricket can be more accessible.
Jonathan Agnew is joined by Phil Tufnell after Ben Stokes is appointed England captain
Wisden editor Lawrence Booth joins Daniel Norcross to discuss the 2022 Almanack
Jonathan Agnew, Phil Tufnell & Vic Marks reflect on the resignation of Joe Root.
England bowler Kate Cross and TMS commentator Alex Hartley are reunited in the UK
Kevin Howells is joined by two former England coaches, Paul Farbrace and Peter Moores.
Alison Mitchell reviews Australia’s 71 run World Cup Final victory over England.
Straight from the field, Kate Cross joins Alex Hartley to chat semi-final success.
Kate and Alex reflect on a crazy World Cup group and preview the semi finals.
Jonathan Agnew and Dean Wilson review England’s 10-wicket defeat to West Indies
Jonathan Agnew and Dean Wilson look back on a dreadful day for England in Grenada
Jonathan Agnew and Dean Wilson look back on day 2 of the deciding Test in Grenada
Jonathan Agnew and Dean Wilson look back on day one in Grenada
Mark Chapman is joined by Jimmy Anderson, Phil Tufnell and Georgia Elwiss
Jonathan Agnew and Dean Wilson look back on the final day of the second Test in Barbados
Jonathan Agnew and Dean Wilson look back on day 4 of the Barbados Test
Jonathan Agnew and Dean Wilson look back on a long day in the field for England
Ex-England captain (and broadcasting hero) Nasser Hussain tells Kate and Alex his story.
A Ben Stokes century helped England to 507-9 declared on day two