May 13, 2010: Ian Chappell, among the most respected of Australian captains, talks about where modern captains have their priorities skewed, leadership in general, and why he won't be writing a book on the subject
Apr 5, 2010: Steve Waugh talks about Australia's next generation, tweaking the rules of one-day cricket, the "gritty" tag, and his philanthropic work
Mar 11, 2010: Kumar Sangakkara talks about ambitions, captaincy, the roles he juggles in the team, the future of Test cricket, and what he plans to do after retirement
Feb 2, 2010: In the first of a monthly series, Harsha Bhogle interviews VVS Laxman on the value of Test cricket, the quality of domestic cricket in India and England, his favourite shot and more
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