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Dec 4, 2013: It's time to turn the stump mikes all the way up, and leave them that way
Nov 6, 2013: And what are we to make of the inimitable Mitchell Johnson then?
Oct 23, 2013: Affirmative action is among the most bitterly divisive issues of the age. Particularly in sport, which depends on fairness, which in turn begins with equality of opportunity
Oct 9, 2013: Steve Harmison was a standard-bearer for a new breed of sporting hero: understated, self-effacing, unafraid to non-conform or to reveal vulnerability
Sep 25, 2013: Stuart Broad may revel in the Australian fans' hatred for him, but he should know that becoming a better person won't make him a lesser player
Sep 11, 2013: There are several reasons for sporting success but it's possible that bravery exerts the foremost influence
Aug 28, 2013: There have been many players before Panesar who had to deal with prejudice of all sorts. One way to counter it is to celebrate your difference
Aug 14, 2013: For all their blatant differences, Bell and Pietersen are a duet as melodious in deed as in sound
Jul 31, 2013: Do Michael Clarke's beleaguered company have it in their loins and hearts to call on the spirit of 1937?
Jul 17, 2013: He has always possessed skill and style but his recent success is owed to cussedness and patience
Jul 3, 2013: Why does Britain still await its first batting star of Asian stock?
Jun 19, 2013: They're the flavour of the season in cricket, but while players are pulled up for various deeds of misconduct, administrators get away
Jun 6, 2013: May's greatest achievement in his decade at FICA was to oblige administrators to take some of the players' concerns seriously
Jun 5, 2013: Women's Ashes will be contested over three formats this year. Why not base a men's championship along those lines?
May 22, 2013: Excessive success can destroy inhibition, and hence the capacity for shame
May 9, 2013: A passionate expression of CLR James' love for an imperialist game, the book was rooted in a quest to rid the world of racism and class oppression
Apr 24, 2013: Increasingly, if a tad incongruously, words are arousing as much fury as misdeeds
Apr 3, 2013: There are no Carduses around, but that's no bad thing. There's more variety and perspective in coverage today
Mar 20, 2013: Let's break it down to a few parameters and try to make an objective analysis
Mar 6, 2013: Come the English summer and the Ashes, Michael Clarke could do worse than look back to 1989 and get some of that Border-Waugh mojo working
Ed Smith: In separating sportsmen into two distinct categories - tough men and cowards - we miss the whole truth
Eleven years after his unexpected Test debut, Parthiv Patel is a senior pro, and looking for consistency in his bid for a top-level comeback. By Kanishkaa Balachandran
Andy Zaltzman explains how the game can help guide us through the important moments in life
Ian Bell: Andy Flower has created an excellent environment and any criticism of him and the set-up is missing the mark. It's the players who have failed
Dave Hawksworth: When they were successful, they were called conservative and boring. That's better than losing, isn't it?
Till 1992 there was no thought about South Africa playing in the World Cup, but Mandela's words changed that immediately. Such was the power of Mandela
Having troubled the English batsmen with his speed and accuracy, Mitchell Johnson is now preparing for the mind games ahead of the third Ashes Test in Perth
Mitchell Johnson may not be a gigantic, horned, fire-breathing dragon with seven heads - but he could not have done much more damage if he were
Rob Moody's obsession with recording matches in Australia and collecting archive footage has led to him becoming a folk hero to cricket lovers across the world