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Saeed Ahmed is one of the stars of Pakistans batting history but doesn't get the credit he deserves due to his relative lack of success in England I had a heavy cold this week, hopefully that does not spoil your enjoyment of this episode.historyofcricket
 
Cat and Dan are back to cover the highlights from the last week of cricket. They discuss: - Tim Paine's bulging dick - Preview of the upcoming Australia v India women's series - Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grade Cricketer? Can YOU name everybody who has retired this week? - Somebody's given us a review! Write us your five star review in the form o…
 
Cat and Dan are back to cover the highlights from the last week of cricket. They discuss: - Terrible puns about Ravi Shastri's next book - New segment! Cat's Betting Corner - complete with IPL updates - Bubble fatigue - Plus, a review competition - Write us a five star review in the form of ‘Can’t Bowl, Can’t Throw is the most (blank) cricket podca…
 
Cat and Dan are back to cover the highlights from the last week of cricket. They discuss: - Dale Steyn's retirement - India defeating England in the Fourth Test - Virat Kohli's numerology - Dan's next book - 50 Great Moments in Australian Cricket (pre-order now via www.liebcricket.com) - A new game of Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grade Cricketer? I…
 
Ted Dexter recently passed away, he is remembered, said Mike Atherton, as much for the way he played the game as for the number of runs scored. A late addition to the 1958-59 Ashes team, the hectic travel and lack of match practice was unfair to a young player. When he arrived in New Zealand he showed his true talent, scored a maiden test century a…
 
Cat and Dan are back to cover the highlights from the last week of cricket. They discuss: - England's magnificent victory over India in the third Test - Ted Dexter's hymnwork - Dan's new book - Who’s Who In Australian Cricket: (Imaginary Players Edition, A-E), FREE for a limited time (https://amazon.com/author/danliebke) - The top-ranked English Ol…
 
Cat and Dan are back with a new episode in Season 3 of Can’t Bowl, Can’t Throw - a simpler, more exciting format of the podcast designed to appeal to mums and kids. They discuss: - India's magnificent victory over England in the second Test - Ideas for new Lord's Honour's Boards - What to do if you're a character on the television show Lost (hint: …
 
Cat and Dan are back with Season 3 of Can’t Bowl, Can’t Throw - a simpler, more exciting format of the podcast designed to appeal to mums and kids. They discuss: - The brilliant Justin Langer impressions of @takethetwoo on Twitter - Australia’s tour of Bangladesh - if an Australian team is bowled out for 62 and Foxtel doesn’t show it, did it really…
 
Faith Thomas was determined to do things, the fact that she was a woman, raised in a childrens home and discriminated against because of her race would not stand in her way, she became a nurse, a civil rights campaigner and the first indigenous Australian to represent her country in international sport.…
 
Its not easy being proclaimed as the next Don Bradman, Ian Craig was hailed as such when he became Australia's youngest baggy green cap, aged 17, he was then made its youngest ever Captain aged 22 in 1957, illness would lead to an equally early retirement. =He may not have been Bradman mk2 but he did have a big influence on Australia's 1957-58 team…
 
New Zealand had some top class players like Bert Sutcliffe, but the first Kiwi to score a hundred in India was another left hander, John Guy (pictured) Listen to him and other legends of New Zealand Cricket on Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/nz-cricket-museumhistoryofcricket
 
If you got a job and then found out the reason you were chosen was your sex, age, skin colour or social background and not your qualifications for the role, how would it make you feel? Denis Atkinson was determined to prove he deserved to play in this West Indies team not because he was white but because he was a good cricketer.…
 
Fazal Mahmood fights back, the first in an illustrious line of fast bowlers from Pakistan, and the first to win Wisden Cricketer of the year, his father advised him to walk 5 miles and run 5 miles everyday to build up his stamina. (We also recommend that he stops smoking.)historyofcricket
 
Some saw the MCC tour of 1953-54 to the West Indies as a test of White Imperialist versus colonial majority rule, tempers flared, standing above all of that was Clyde Walcott and he also stood above all the other batsmen in this series.historyofcricket
 
Tragedy at Tangiwai provided the backdrop for acts of great courage in the second test at Christmas in Johannesburg 1953, Bob Blair and Bert Sutcliffe, pictured, take a world record 25 runs off one 8 ball over bowled by South African off spinner Hugh Tayfield.historyofcricket
 
Its a low key end to an exciting winter, when South Africa conclude their antipodean adventure by visiting New Zealand; meanwhile the most famous New Zealander of all time climbs THAT mountain. I am using a non-cricket image this week because its such an iconic image and something beautiful to carry around in your pocket.…
 
Jack Cheetham's South Africa sprung not one but two of the biggest shocks in Test cricket history; they used sports science, hard work and fielding drill to drag themselves into a contest everyone said was unwinnablehistoryofcricket
 
Abdul Kardar had once played cricket for India, now he was Captain of Pakistan, tall, elegant, tough. Pakistan play their first test match. As a new international cricket side playing their first test matches away from home could they measure up to an experienced Indian side? It was cricket but it was so much more than just a game.…
 
After the pressure cooker of an Australian tour New Zealand was a welcome haven for crickets, Sammy Guillen liked it so much he stayed. We dedicate this podcast to victims, survivors and relatives of scientists, servicemen and civilians, victims of the nuclear ambitions and power politic of Britain and other powers during the cold war, and in since…
 
John Trim pictured played in the 4th Test at Melbourne he took 5 for 34 in the first innings, but was also run out twice for 0 , an unusual pair. It was the second time West Indies visited Australia. Apologies to any Jamaican's in the audience for my quote of Alf Valentine, it wasn't going to work in my East Yorkshire tones :-).…
 
India won their first Test victory, at Home in Chepauk Madras, this was after 24 attempts and 20 years of trying; it seems they have gotten the hang of it now. Kent right arm seamer Fred Ridgeway took the opportunity to win an England cap away, many of the famous names had stayed at home, touring India was a no joke, baking hot sun, slow pitches an…
 
England and Australia enjoyed a truly competitive series, full of excellent fielding, sharp captaincy, glorious batting and hostile bowling and filled with a host of star players including England's left arm pace bowlewr, Mary Duggan, she is still the highest wicket taker in all of Womens test cricket…
 
Lord Beginner recorded his Calypso track Victory Test Match to celebrate the West Indies winning their first test match in England at Lords - they would go on to record a 3 - 1 series victory with Ramadhin and Valentine the 2 spin bowling heroeshistoryofcricket
 
The Invincibles stayed unbeaten in South Africa, this time Captained by Lindsay Hassett. Don Bradman had retired; Neil Harvey stepped in to fill the void, while Australia's team of multi-talented bowlers had all the tools to get the job done.historyofcricket
 
Former England captain Graham Gooch joins Gary Naylor, Peter Hayter and Pat Murphy to discuss the career of Phil Tufnell, a left-arm spinner who received his first Test cap under Gooch and who then found himself in and out of both trouble and the England team throughout the nineties. As you’d expect, there are plenty of behind the scenes tales of h…
 
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