Welcome to the 3000th Test
Droid Broad, Bell Jr Jr and more. Alan Tyers trains his Futurometer on the year 2061
Cricket's secular feast day
Boxing Day at the MCG is one of cricket's grand traditions. For some it's about being at the cricket and for others a time with family, writes Greg Baum
'They got the cameraman to field at long leg'
Harsha Bhogle on the joy of being a rookie on air when Richard Hadlee broke the record for most Test wickets in Bangalore in 1988
Which are the greatest dynasties of them all?
Is it possible to compare the Invincibles of 1948 to the West Indies teams of the '80s and '90s, asks Gideon Haigh
I've watched them all
Test matches burn bright in the memory whether you actually saw them or not. By Suresh Menon
A sport to make clocks melt
Sharda Ugra: In Test cricket, like in no other game, time is a protagonist. An instant can be an aeon, hours can go by in a heartbeat
'There was magic in the air'
Champagne Moments: Australian commentator Tim Lane looks back at Australia's Port Elizabeth Test of 1997 where they came back from the dead to pull off a series win
A plot of earth that knows its worth
Michael Henderson: Cricket is coming home for its 2000th Test, but even if the game's a dud, it won't take away from the glory of Lord's
Peter Roebuck: The 300-run milestone is unique to Test cricket, calling on the batsman to express the work of a lifetime in a single innings
The innings of Waugh's career
Champagne Moments: Commentator Tim Lane recalls Australia's back-from-the-dead win in Port Elizabeth in 1997, and Mark Waugh's contribution to it