Cricket legend Graeme Swann and Radio 1Xtra DJ Nick Bright lift the lid on the UK’s biggest cricket tournament ever with the untold stories of life as a professional cricketer, entertaining conversations and interviews, and analysis of the summer of cricket. Together with Rubicon.
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Hosted by Joe Cole and Tom Davis and with a lineup of legendary guests, we’ll be taking a look at some of the biggest football of the week. From analysis to random stats and of course incredible stories from inside the dressing room. Don’t miss All to Play For. Brought to you by JOE and Coral.
The Ashes Are Lost Episode
Nick and Graeme are joined by former England batsman Mark Butcher to pick over England's Ashes defeat and broadcasting legend Trevor Nelson tells us where his love of cricket comes from and why his dad is to blame for missing a Viv Richards century at Lord's.
The Viv Richards and Ben Stokes Episode
Nick is joined by the former England opener Nick Compton to discuss the third and fourth tests, the power of momentum, and asks whether Ben Stokes is the greatest cricketer of a generation. Swanny checks in from the West Indies and legends Sir Viv Richards and Sunil Gavaskar join the fun too. Oh, and Marcel Somerville from Love Island takes on the batting simulator.
The Ashes Preview with Steve Finn
Nick and Graeme are joined by England fast bowler Steve Finn and Aussie journalist and filmmaker Jarrod Kimber to look ahead to the Ashes. They also discover why men walk naked in hotel corridors, what Jofra Archer says when he gets hit by a ball, and why Steve Finn can't park his car.
The World Cup Winning Episode
Nick and Graeme are in celebratory mood as they reflect on England's remarkable World Cup win in the company of Sir Curtly Ambrose, Monty Panesar and the Barmy Army.
The Allan Lamb Episode
Nick and Graeme are joined by the former England batsman Allan Lamb to preview the World Cup semi-finals, look back at what happened on a night out with a cricket-loving media mogul, and cricketing history is recreated as Lamb faces Akram in the World Cup Final.
Was really looking forward to this and was sorely disappointed on the first 2, so much clapping and wooping it was like college students trying to impress the cool kid. Has got better though, the panesar episode was much improved.
What are they even thinking. 100% missable and forgettable, the Joe business model it seems
Nick bright knows nothing
Please get rid of nick and resolve him with a true cricket fan.
His lack of knowledge really shows and I feel u should give an opp to host to a true fan whose enthusiasm would infect guests and listeners