Isa Guha is joined by Mark Wood and Luke wright to preview England's upcoming tour to New Zealand.
Ravi Bopara also joins the pod to chat about his move from Essex to Sussex.
The Hundred – so what’s it all about?
This Sunday sees the player draft of cricket’s new domestic competition – The Hundred. Players such as David Warner, Chris Gayle and Kane Williamson will all be up for selection as the eight teams take shape.
Isa Guha is joined by tournament organisers and franchise cricket experts plus England internationals Mark Wood and Katherine Brunt to discuss it all.
Essex: County Championship Champions
As Essex clinch their eighth County Championship title following a dramatic draw at Taunton Kevin Howells is joined by Varun Chopra, Vic Marks and Dan Norcross to look back on Essex’s incredible season, discuss what drove their charge to two titles in three years and to asses the state of the county competition.
The Oval day 4: What a summer
We hear from Joe Root, Jofra Archer, Ben Stokes and Steve Smith after England's 135-run win at The Oval meant a drawn Ashes series for the first time in 47 years. Michael Vaughan has his say on why this result will be significant for Root's leadership of the side going forward, Alec Stewart says Ashley Giles has big decisions to make in the post Trevor Bayliss, and Glenn McGrath gets the final word on the pod as the urn heads back to Australia.
The Oval day 3: Denly guides England towards victory
Michael Vaughan, Glenn McGrath and Alec Stewart have their say on England batting themselves into a strong position to win the match and tie the series. We hear from Joe Denly on his amazing week; the birth of his daughter now followed by a new highest Test score of 96 which Michael Vaughan says will be enough to ensure he's on the winter tours to New Zealand and South Africa.
Plus, Aggers chats to Kevin Roberts on leading Cricket Australia out of the ball tampering scandal, English crowds booing David Warner, and his upcoming visit to Pakistan with a view to touring the country in 2022.