Andy Zaltzman and Jarrod Kimber dig in to cricket's biggest and nerdiest topics. They deliver heavy balls with soft hands. The Aubrey Faulkner of cricket podcasts.
The day Kapil changed cricket | World Cup performances
Kimber and Zaltzman talk great World Cup performances - that Kapil Dev catch, the human calculator Michael Bevan and how Sanath and Kalu changed things
World Cup performances | The Puppetmaster Martin Crowe
From Crowe to Klusener, Kimber and Zaltzman look back at great performances from previous World Cups in the first of a two part series
Cricket's foot fetish
Zaltzman and Kimber talking free hits, body position and Chris Woakes' nice feet. How do we stop them, why do they happen, and why Bob Willis should never ever talk about them.
Bowlers save humanity
When it comes to not making runs, few are more qualified than Andy Zaltzman and Jarrod Kimber. The two learned failures look at how much Test batsmen struggled in 2018, and why. They discuss where modern batting is right now, blip-wise. They also talk bowlers, invent a dating app inspired by a Kent allrounder, and Jarrod picks an unlikely candidate as his ideal person. Mixed by Nick McCorriston.
The soft hands of glove
Kimber sits down with Zaltzman, one of the leading wicketkeepers in England, to look at the evolution of keeping.
Joe Root and the conversions
Zaltzman and Kimber look at batsmen converting fifties to hundreds, and those converting twenty-fives to fifties (for some reason), and much other Joe Root related stuff.