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World Cricket Show

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Imagine a podcast about cricket, and you’re halfway there. From their studio deep beneath the English Channel, Adam Bayfield and bumbling co-host/top pundit Tony Curr bring you a weekly dose of light-hearted discussion on all the burning issues of the moment. With more comment, analysis and lively debate than you’ll know what to do with, the World Cricket Show is your one-stop shop for colourful insight into the global game.

Customer Reviews

All you need, really

These fellows know their cricket and they seem hell-bent on making sure the world knows its cricket as well. I'm an American and have few outlets for cricket news and prognostication, but I couldn't have asked for a better pair of hosts to keep me in the loop.

These guys have momintum!!!

This is a great podcast and here's why:
1. You can be a diehard cricket worshipper and relate to them.
2. You can be a casual fan, i.e., you only follow certain tourneys or teams and still relate to them.
3. You can know nothing about cricket and still enjoy their banter and enthusiasm about the sport.

These guys are pretty objective in their analysis except if England is part of the series, but even then they are respectful of the opposition.

I still don't know where exactly Guernsey is, but Adam and Tony: thanks for the podcast and funny commentary and analyses.

I love it

Wonderful show, funny, witty, informative. A bit too English-centric at times, but I guess is part of the charm. I am from Philadelphia, which used to be the capital of American cricket, but sadly no more. This podcast episodes make the commute more fun and help me think about better times on this side of the world for cricket lovers