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05 Apr 2013

Downton star talks to Lord's TV

Hugh Bonneville, who plays Robert Crawley – the Earl of Grantham, in the award winning ITV series Downton Abbey - was at Lord’s to promote the new exhibition at the MCC Museum, sponsored by J.P. Morgan.

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The Lord's Podcast - April

Lords.org is delighted to bring you the latest edition of the Lord's Podcast, which this month is co-hosted by Wisden editor and Daily Mail cricket writer Lawrence Booth.

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15 Mar 2013

The first ever Test

Today marks the 136th anniversary of the first ever Test match between England and Australia.

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13 Mar 2013

Johnny Dennis talks announcing with Lord's TV

In an exclusive interview with Lord's TV, PA announcer Johnny Dennis discusses working at the Home of Cricket its challenges and how he "fell" into the job in the 1970s.

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The Lord's Podcast - March

The first edition of the Lord's podcast features former England captain Michael Vaughan, a look at cricket's new No ball Law, a history of the colours of Marylebone Cricket Club and a preview of the forthcoming MCC Champion County matches in the UAE - featuring India legend Rahul Dravid.

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06 Mar 2013

MCC to play Yorkshire

MCC have confirmed they will play Yorkshire at Headingley in June as part of the county's 150th anniversary celebrations.

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21 Feb 2013

MCC head to South America

A MCC squad captained by former international rugby referee Alan Lewis and featuring Darren Maddy and Steve Kirby has departed for a six-match tour of Argentina.

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18 Feb 2013

Hughes remembers Lord's

Former Middlesex bowler turned cricket analyst Simon Hughes takes a trip down memory lane and recalls the unusual circumstances surrounding his first-class debut against Kent at Lord's.

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14 Feb 2013

MCC's Egg & Bacon

Lords.org takes a look at the history of the famous 'Egg & Bacon' colours and how cricket affects the wider fashion world.

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11 Feb 2013

Gooch and his 333

Graham Gooch, the most prolific batsman to have played at Lord's, discusses his record at the Home of Cricket with Lord's TV - including his famous innings of 333 against India in 1990.

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