The weekly cricket show from BBC Sport in association with ABC and All India Radio.
Buttler on captaincy & the bowler turned delivery driver
The weight is over for Australia and India as their heavyweight series gets underway in Sydney.
England's Jos Buttler talks Twenty20 World Cup, Ashes and his captaincy hopes.
And Paul Van Meekeren, the Dutch fast bowler delivering takeaway food during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Photo: Jos Buttler talks to Eoin Morgan (Getty Images)
Boult on World Cup heartache and IPL glory
From a Super Over at Lord's to the opening ball of the IPL final, Trent Boult is a man who thrives on pressure. The New Zealand fast bowler talks about success, failure and plenty in between.
Plus, which cricketers have got the X-factor? The ones you leave on the bench apparently! We'll take a look at some controversial new rules designed to make the Big Bash even bigger.
Photo: Trent Boult (Getty Images)
Inside the Mumbai machine
We hear from Mumbai Indians batting coach Robin Singh after the franchise won a fifth Indian Premier League title in eight seasons.
Plus, has Covid-19 spoilt the Afghanistan story, or can natural talent and determination help them keep climbing cricket's ladder?
And the parallels between the US election race and Test cricket.
Photo: Mumbai Indians logo
Waugh on photography, India and cricket's future
Australia's former captain Steve Waugh tells us about his photographic journey through India in search of the spirit of cricket.
Waugh also looks ahead to the titanic Test series between Australia and India and gives his views on the future of Test cricket.
Plus, how women's cricketers at the Big Bash in Australia are using barefoot circles to raise awareness about the country's sometimes troubled relationship with its indigenous past.
(Photo: Steve Waugh. Credit: Getty Images)
Can cricket be a leading sport in the USA?
We discuss the latest in the Men’s IPL and also preview the Women’s IPL challenge with former India bowler, Snehal Pradhan, and look at the clash in scheduling with the Women’s Big Bash. Plus, we speak to the Chief Executive of US Cricket, Iain Higgins, on their bid for ICC full member status by 2030. And with the whole of the South African cricket board resigning, we speak to Mo Allie live from Cape Town about what is next for South Africa cricket.
Photo: USA team photo (Credit: Getty images)
Will split international teams benefit cricket?
Has cricket lost touch with the Black Lives Matter movement? West Indies captain Jason Holder tells me the game has gone quiet on racism.
Plus, could England and Australia playing different formats in different countries at the same time provide a financial lifeline to smaller nations?
And Nigeria women's captain Samantha Agazuma on the cricketing journey she hopes will take her all the way to the Big Bash in Australia.
Photo: Glenn Maxwell & Jos Buttler (Getty Images)