Radio Cricket

Radio Cricket is the world’s most popular cricket podcast, choc-full of cricket news that you won’t hear elsewhere, Jade Dernbach vs Ishant Sharma competitions, and star interviews.

Here’s the episode from May 2014 when we chatted with Wisden Editor and cricket journalist Lawrence Booth about the impact of Kevin Pietersen’s departure from Team England:

84: Wisden Editor, Lawrence Booth by Radio Cricket

Out every Indian Standard Tuesday*, at 25 minutes long, our cricket podcast lasts longer than a Shahid Afridi innings. Radio Cricket is hosted by cricket writers Nishant Joshi and James Marsh.

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