28th September 2015
Listen to the latest ECB podcast with England Test captain Alastair Cook speaking about the challenges ahead in the Emirates while James Anderson has labelled the current team the "most exciting" of his career. There's also a full re-cap of a thrilling end to the LV= County Championship.
22nd September 2015
Listen to the latest ECB podcast with all the reaction to Gloucestershire's Royal London One-Day Cup success, including interviews with the retiring 2005 Ashes-winner Geraint Jones, skipper Michael Klinger and coach Richard Dawson while we also take a look back at the penultimate round of the LV= County Championship.
15th September 2015
Listen to the latest ECB podcast, including Trevor Bayliss analysing the positives for England after the Royal London One-Day Series, Ryan Sidebottom on taking three wickets in the first over of a match, and Tom Abell discusses his maiden first-class ton.
8th September 2015
Listen to the latest ECB podcast, where Eoin Morgan gives his opinion on Ben Stokes' controversial dismissal in the second Royal London One-Day International, and legendary umpire Dickie Bird delivers his verdict on the current Yorkshire side.
3rd September 2015
Listen to the latest ECB podcast, which includes Eoin Morgan talking about England's NatWest T20 International win over Australia, Charlotte Edwards on England Women's win, and Steven Croft on leading Lancashire Lightning to NatWest T20 Blast glory on Finals Day.
25th August 2015
Listen to the latest ECB podcast, which includes Alastair Cook, Joe Root, Trevor Bayliss and Alec Stewart reflecting on England's Investec Ashes Series victory over Australia.
19th August 2015
Listen to the latest ECB podcast, with Trevor Bayliss talking about England's style of cricket, Alastair Cook and Michael Clarke previewing the fifth Investec Test, Middlesex bowling coach Richard Johnson discussing Steven Finn's return to form.
12th August 2015
Listen to a special Ashes-winning ECB podcast, with England captain Alastair Cook talking about joy of sealing the series at Trent Bridge, Stuart Broad on his stunning spell of 8-15 while Australia captain Michael Clarke revealed his retirement after his side's loss.