Alastair Cook wants to savour his double-hundred in Melbourne
Stuart Broad doesn't mind copping criticism from former England captain and current commentator Michael Vaughan for his performance in the Ashes
Kevin Pietersen gets an Ashes sledge in about his former team-mate while playing for Melbourne Stars in the BBL
Chucking a beer over James Anderson's head? Whoopee doo. I once put a dead shark in Mike Atherton's bed.
Former England bowler Alan Mullally thinks pranks were better back in his day
Despite being 2-0 down in the Ashes, England coach Trevor Bayliss is able to focus on some positives
Australia's Cameron Bancroft describes the headbutt he received from Jonny Bairstow during a social gathering of players
I'm glad you've got your priorities right, popping out in the evening, baking brownies for Test Match Special, rather than running the country.
Jonathan Agnew thanks Britain's prime minister Theresa May for visiting the radio commentators with snacks
Marlon Samuels revives his beef with Ben Stokes
Nottinghamshire seamer Luke Fletcher responds to well-wishers after getting hit on the head during a T20 game at Edgbaston
When he turned up, I thought, "brilliant, we've got a mascot to take on tour with us", because he looked about 16 at a push.
Graeme Swann remembers the first time he saw Joe Root, now England's Test captain
When I had the media day in Brisbane, I played cricket and everyone in media in Ukraine were saying I was like the first Ukrainian cricketer.
Tennis world No. 5 Elina Svitolina on picking up the game from her England cricketer boyfriend Reece Topley
England captain Heather Knight on how her team-mates are entertaining themselves during the World Cup after cutting back on social media
Andrew Flintoff recalls what he thought when Duncan Fletcher asked him "What have you ever done for me?" following the pedalo incident at the 2007 World Cup
I know it sounds ridiculous but I thought about the smell of the grass and how much I'd miss that and I realised that I didn't want to stop.
Durham captain Paul Collingwood on what keeps him wanting to keep going at the age of 41
Tymal Mills on why he won't get carried away by his IPL auction price of $1.8 million
Tim Bresnan, former England seamer, surprised to be invited to be Yorkshire's vice-captain, so ending a period of collective responsibility
Ben Stokes on what England could take away from the third day's play in Chennai after they were again stalled by India's batting
England's Keaton Jennings, who not only caught the bus, but went on to score a century on debut
I don't like this type of food. I was trying to eat naan bread, daal and rice. But I can't eat anything -- not a banana, nothing.
Ben Stokes on getting cramps in Rajkot because of his habit of avoiding food while batting
Sunil Gavaskar remarks on the number of catches India dropped in the first innings against England in Rajkot
Bangladesh Test captain Mushfiqur Rahim reflects on the imbalanced schedule by comparing the number of Tests Alastair Cook has played in contrast to his own
England coach Trevor Bayliss equates looks with performance after England lose to Pakistan by nine wickets in a T20I
Moeen Ali says talk of a whitewash isn't the main topic in the England dressing room
When it comes to being rude, you can never beat the Pakistanis on it. We are the most rude when it comes to it. We are nice but if somebody is rude we won't spare them.
Pakistan fast bowler Wahab Riaz tells England to expect some sledging on the field
England coach Trevor Bayliss also thinks it will take many more ramp shots for Alastair Cook to make the limited-overs squads
'No matter what sort of day you've had out there today,' I'll tell them, 'I've had a worse one. I promise.'
When his players have had a tough day on the field, Chris Scott, head coach of Cambridge MCCU, likes to remind them of the time he dropped Brian Lara on 18 at Edgbaston in 1994. Lara went on to make 501 not out
Ravi Bopara sums up the challenge of setting a field for Chris Gayle
I reckon that until I scored a 50 in my first game the people thought I was the team physio. After the 50 though, it went crazy, with fans wanting photos, autographs and shirts.
Kent wicketkeeper Sam Billings on his first experience playing in the IPL
Everyone will get on the balcony to watch Ben Stokes bat, but the next two guys will have their pads on, because three men will be on the hook and he'll be hitting it for six.
Stuart Broad enjoys being in an England team with a healthy mix of exciting and steady players
Stuart Broad looks forward to resuming his Test partnership with James Anderson, after crossing swords with him for Nottinghamshire against Lancashire last month
Ben Stokes says he doesn't understand golf despite winning a driving contest against Stuart Broad and Joe Root at Woburn Golf Club in Buckinghamshire
[Carlos] Brathwaite came and asked me for my shirt at the end, which was pretty strange, looking back on it. You've just whacked me and now you want a shirt? I didn't really need to ask him [for his]. Can't imagine what I'd use it for. A duvet maybe?
Ben Stokes is perplexed by the West Indies allrounder's request after hitting him for four sixes to win the 2016 World T20
England batsman Sarah Taylor on what the atmosphere in the men's dressing room was like when she played grade cricket in Australia
Hopefully our guys get picked up for a lot of money and the English guys don't, so we gain a bit of confidence from that.
Faf du Plessis hopes the IPL auction will turn South Africa's fortunes around in the ODI series against England
Ben Stokes surprised himself by scoring a Test double-hundred
Steven Finn responds to a question about his knack of breaking through just when it looks as though he can't
Dale Steyn isn't ready to pat himself on the back for taking three wickets on day one against England in Durban
As far as Hashim Amla is concerned: I feel sorry for England. Someone is going to catch it properly.
Former South African opener Neil McKenzie expects the team's current captain to get plenty of runs against England
I'm very proud of my fitness record. Jimmy Anderson told me to drink a glass of cement to toughen up
Alastair Cook, who hasn't missed a Test since 2006, plays down injury concerns ahead of the third Test in Sharjah
Alastair Cook says James Anderson was confident about getting a big score on the Abu Dhabi pitch.