KEEPING LORD'S WORLD CLASS
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Lords.org looks back at day four of the Test as England wrap up victory over Australia and brings you some moments you might have missed from the Home of Cricket.
BBC News at Ten's Huw Edwards was at Lord's today for his first ever visit to the Ground.
He chatted to Lords.org about Glamorgan winning the County Championship in the 1960s and delivered some breaking news (from 1882!)
Listen to Edwards interview below.
Here to help
If you were at the Ground today then you may have spotted some friendly faces in red as you strolled down St John's Wood Road.
For the first ever time in a Test match at Lord's, Westminster Ambassadors were on around to give fans a helping hand and a smile as they made their way to the Ground.
Watch the Lord's TV video below.
A chef in a kitchen?!
It's not every day that you get to come to a Test match at Lord's and most people will watch the cricket.
But Lords.org found celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal hanging out in the Grand Stand kitchens.
The owner of The Fat Duck restaurant was so impressed by the MCC chefs, and the work they do, he spent part of the afternoon just relaxing amongst the scones and jam.
Listen to the interview below.