The Cricket sadist hour episode 18
Gideon Haigh joins Jarrod to discuss run outs, the art of running, writing about friends, and throwing bats in the Big Bash. Also, Shane Watson, again
Producer: Jarrod Kimber
Alan Gardner looks head to the fifth and final ODI between South Africa and England, with the hosts looking to complete a remarkable comeback | Feb 13, 2016
Adam Voges went past some of the best as he went up to 551 runs without being dismissed during the first Test in Wellington | Feb 13, 2016
Vishal Dikshit and Mohammad Isam preview the final of the Under-19 World Cup between India and West Indies | Feb 13, 2016
Australia are on top after the second day of the Wellington Test, after Adam Voges and Usman Khawaja struck centuries | Feb 13, 2016
Centuries from Usman Khawaja and Adam Voges helped Australia finish day two of the first Test against New Zealand 280 runs ahead with four wickets in hand, at the Basin Reserve | Feb 13, 2016
| Feb 13, 2016
WATCH - Voges moves to 150 | Feb 13, 2016
111.4 Anderson to Nevill, OUT | Feb 13, 2016
108.1 Bracewell to Voges, FOUR | Feb 13, 2016
Andy Zaltzman and Jarrod Kimber talk Ashes, Younis Khan, IPL naughtiness, and Kagiso Rabada
Jarrod Kimber and Andy Zaltzman talk about the Ashes, Pakistan v Sri Lanka, how unpretty left-handers can be, drones, and the ICC
Andy and Jarrod talk legspin love, the exact level of West Indies mediocre, and mispronounce the name of Bangladesh's new dynamo
Andy and Jarrod talk about West Indies v Australia, the retirements of Prior, Kieswetter and Khurram Khan, and all the most important sta...
A trawl through New Zealand history - Motz, Germon and all. Chanderpaul in films. Cricket in Pakistan. Shastri as coach
Andy Zaltzman begins a new partnership with Jarrod Kimber to discuss the entire cricket world in one Podcast.
John Buchanan joins Jarrod Kimber to talk team strategies, leadership groups and left-armers (again)
Jarrod is joined by John Buchanan and Trent Woodhill to crunch the numbers after England's defeat to Bangladesh and examine some of the t...
John Buchanan on the fielding restrictions in the World Cup, New Zealand's concerns, and the need for wicketkeeping analysis