After beating India 3-2, are Australia peaking in time for the men's World Cup?
It's a big week for Irish cricket with their first overseas Test match and the launch of a new European Twenty20 league.
And meet the fireman from Western Australia whose new invention promises to revolutionise backyard cricket.
Chin Music to Cha-Cha-Cha
Former West Indies fast bowler Curtly Ambrose on his unlikely reinvention as a ballroom dancer in Australian TV show Dancing with the Stars.
Plus, we meet the man at the centre of cricket's fight against corruption.
Alex Marshall, head of the International Cricket Council's anti-corruption unit, speaks to us from Sri Lanka, one of several cricket-playing countries where match-fixing is not a criminal offence.
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Sri Lanka's history makers
The incredible rebirth of Sri Lankan cricket.
Embarrassed by England and thrashed in Australia, how did Sri Lanka become the first Asian team to win a Test series in South Africa? Former all-rounder Russel Arnold has his say.
Plus what's happened to the England women's team? World champions in 2017 - and yet struggling to qualify automatically for the defence of their crown in 2021.
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Can England handle World Cup favourites tag?
With fewer than 100 days to go until the Cricket World Cup, we'll hear from the great West Indies captain Clive Lloyd, who lifted the inaugural trophy in 1975. He is unhappy that the tournament has not developed into a truly global event.
Plus, former England captain Nasser Hussain tells us why he thinks the hosts and favourites can finally win the World Cup at the 12th time of asking.
(Photo: Joe Root in Barbados. Credit: Getty Images)
Root's stance on homophobia
This week, West Indies bowler Shannon Gabriel was banned for four ODIs after comments made to Joe Root. The panel discuss the incident which overshadowed England's victory in St Lucia.
From Aussie Rules football to international cricket - hear from Australian rising star Jhye Richardson.
And there are ten overseas star players that play in both the Women's Big Bash League and the Kia Super League. Even though Rachel Priest plays cricket all over the world, she doesn't represent her nation anymore. She joins us on the programme to explain why.
Picture - Shannon Gabriel and Joe Root (Credit - Getty Images)