Paul Coupar

Derek Pringle

For the record

What do you do if you're a cricket-playing vinyl fiend? You dump bats to make room in your luggage for LPs

Glenn McGrath: Line and Strength

The boy who couldn't bowl

A ghosted autobiography with an inconsistency that's at odds with the Australian bowler's extraordinary career

Life Beyond the Airing Cupboard

Out of the darkness

John Barclay was a nearly man as a player, but absolutely makes it as a writer of memoirs

The rest is history

The upcoming Dhaka Test will be the first in seven years to have a rest day. A look at the passing of an international institution

July 2007

What did the World Cup do for us?

Barbados has a heritage richer than money can buy but what became of the ICC's promised legacy? Paul Coupar delves into the disappointment

June 2007 - Test Match Special turns 50

Let them eat cake

Test Match Special is 50 this summer but change looms. Paul Coupar reports

West Indies v England, Super Eights, Barbados

Still bucking the world

With a cacophonous sell-out crowd and the green hills of central Barbados behind him, Brian Lara batted for the last time in an international today. Or so he tells us

Ashes-winning coach steps down

Fletcher resigns as England coach

Duncan Fletcher has resigned as England's coach and will leave his post after their World Cup campaign is completed on Saturday

England v South Africa, Super Eights, Barbados

Vaughan epitomises England's headaches

There are thrashings, there are wallopings and then there's what happened to England today