A talk show on English cricket

Be patient with England's ODI fringe

The crew discuss ODI keepers for England. Talk about how Sarah Taylor is infinitely more talented than they are. Recall Devon Malcolm's batting masterpiece. And discuss Jesse Ryder's potential Lord's comeback (55:25)

Producer: Jarrod Kimber

January 17, 2013

Posted by PeteEdinburgh on (January 19, 2013, 19:03 GMT)

I really like the podcast, there isn't really anything else like it. And I think Jarrod Kimber is a great addition - surreal humour is welcome grace note alongside three other fairly po-faced panelists.

But please do something about the recording. Pubs are great! I like pubs! But not such a good place to record audio. The echoes make it really hard to hear. And you *really* can't talk over people in a radio show/podcast like you can in an ordinary conversation, it just makes it unintelligible.

This is especially true when listening walking along the street, at the gym, on public transport - which is presumably where most people listen to podcasts.

But I hate to moan about something that I basically really enjoy (and is free of course) - so please keep it up, and hopefully reconsider how you record it!

Posted by Optic on (January 17, 2013, 13:49 GMT)

The sound is terrible on this and when you all start talking over each other it's impossible to hear what's being said. You need to get back to how you was doing them before.

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