Henry Moeran is joined by England Women's coaches Mark Robinson and Alastair Maiden to discuss the tour of the Indian subcontinent, as well as looking ahead an Ashes summer and discussing the FA Cup prospects of one of their sides...
Record scores, dad jokes and elephants as England win first ODI in Sri Lanka
After victory in the first ODI against Sri Lanka, Henry Moeran is joined by England's Kate Cross and Alex Hartley to look back on the action and chat about what the team have experienced on the trip - including seeing spectacular local wildlife and hearing terrible (brilliant) jokes from Kate's dad...
“I expect them to win the World Cup” - Former England assistant coach Paul Farbrace
Paul Farbrace who has moved from being assistant coach with England to the job of Sport Director at Warwickshire speaks at length with Pat Murphy about England's World Cup hopes, Jofra Archer, the Ashes and his new challenge at Edgbaston.
The Tuffers and Vaughan Cricket Show
Phil Tufnell, Michael Vaughan and Mark Chapman discuss the biggest cricket stories of the day. The guys are joined by former England batsman Mark Ramprakash after he was dropped from England's coaching set-up for the Ashes. In an in depth interview Ramprakash tells Tuffers and Vaughan what he wants to do next, why England collapse when they get bowled out and dealing with the mentality of the England team.
Former England women’s captain, Charlotte Edwards joins the pod as England women head to Sri Lanka for three one day internationals and three T20's. They won the T20 series against India with a game to spare, but lost the 1 day series in Mumbai 2-1, so why did England outclass the hosts in the shortest form of the game, but not in the one day series? The boys try to find out why that is. And after the 50 over World Cup, England's white ball focus will shift to the next T20 World Cup in Australia in 2020 - and Eoin Morgan said he "absolutely" wants to remain England captain for that....so should he be? That is discussed and more on a bumper edition of the Tuffers and Vaughan podcast.
England win, Morgan's future and Windies optimism
After England complete a T20 series whitewash against the West Indies, Simon Mann and Dean Wilson are joined by David Willey, Mark Wood and captain Eoin Morgan. And as we look back on the whole series, we hear from former West Indies fast bowler Ian Bishop, who says that he feels more optimistic now about the future of West Indies cricket than he has in the past ten years