Jun 10, 2015: The Great British Public bares its soul to the men with their heads on the block come July 8, starting with England's new coach
May 27, 2015: Their distrust of left-hand batsmen goes back centuries, but the current Test squad belies that bias entirely
May 13, 2015: Exquisitely flawless, the former England captain was the Rembrandt of batting: all touch, timing and subtle depth; and never better than 30 years ago
Apr 29, 2015: England could do worse than appoint the outspoken, media-friendly former captain as their director of cricket
Apr 15, 2015: An interview with cricket's long-suffering format
Apr 1, 2015: The best are subtle, unhurried cheerleaders who never rush to judgement but rise above the din
Mar 19, 2015: The best-laid plans can come spectacularly undone in knockout situations. Which is why we love them
Mar 4, 2015: The Amiss awards for the first third of the World Cup - named for a batsman who knew a thing or two about courage and common sense
Feb 18, 2015: Featuring Afridi, India v Pakistan, DRS, Ireland and Finn's hat-trick
Feb 4, 2015: In the last few years, a handful of players have dominated tennis; in cricket, the playing field has never been more level
Jan 21, 2015: Unlike in baseball, where you could mistake Babe Ruth's slugger for a modern-day one, in cricket the difference in sizes and weights is mind-boggling - and harmful
Jan 6, 2015: It might seem like there isn't a need for "independent" umpires these days, but imagine the outrage if a home umpire appears guilty of favouritism
Dec 24, 2014: Can Santa Claus find cricket a great Test spinner, and make the World Test Championship happen?
Dec 10, 2014: Two courageous cricketers who, when faced with extreme tragedy, understood that the show must go on
Nov 26, 2014: Who knew the Middle East would one day become the centre of a cricket-lover's universe?
Nov 12, 2014: Sport bereft of fair and vibrant competition is a betrayal. The Future Tours Programme was far from perfect, but its absence provides serious cause for concern
Oct 29, 2014: Players, emboldened by free agency, agents and endorsements, are now asserting their rights as never before - and management doesn't like it
Oct 15, 2014: Individual rivalries in team sports can be productive or destructive. Jealousy may have spurred Pietersen the batsman, but at the cost of the team's image
Oct 1, 2014: So long as people's sporting affiliations do not assume racially abusive or violent form, who does it harm whether they support their national side or not?
Sep 17, 2014: Historically a strong Yorkshire has acted as a supply line for the Test team, and the current crop hints at longevity and substance
Jon Hotten reveals the behind-the-scenes work that goes into producing a cricket autobiography
The Cricket Monthly December issue
Liam Cromar: Few other games lend themselves to taking your eyes off the action as much as ours does
The former England offspinner relives the Mumbai Test of 2006, which turned out to be his last - and most memorable
Vidyadhar Paradkar knew Haseeb Hameed would go far since their first meeting - and he has played no small part in that
Jon Hotten: At Lord's we saw three in-between scores of the sort that are as likely to annoy the selectors as excite them
The hosts' little victories in the last half-hour have proven to be a big deal in the Test series against England
Haseeb Hameed's tour has been ended prematurely by injury but he has already made a lasting impression on team-mates and opponents
India have had a good two years in Test cricket. A lot of that comes down to having a squad that offers options, and a captain who knows how to maximise his players' threat
Vidyadhar Paradkar knew Haseeb Hameed would go far when he first met him. He has, and it's due in no small part to Paradkar
Barbados is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its independence. Is this selection of Bajan players from over the years better than most Test teams?
With Bangladesh struggling to put out a quality pace attack in Test cricket, the team management could perhaps coax the ODI captain to return in whites with a modified run-up
Keaton Jennings is set to follow a well-trodden path this week when he becomes the latest South Africa-born cricketer to play for England