Stories from Lord's, the Home of Cricket, with the people who made them.
The Lord's Cricket Podcast, hosted by Will Roe, features one-on-one interviews with players who have lit up the Ground as they go down memory lane for some cricketing nostalgia.
Alongside their on-field stories the podcast also explores what makes them tick; from their childhood and early cricketing memories to the moments that have shaped their lives.
Episode 8; Nasser Hussain - a fairy tale farewell at Lord's
Former England captain Nasser Hussain remembers his 103 not out at Lord's in his final ever Test innings in 2004, as well as chatting about his childhood, dealing with the media, captaincy pressures and learning to love Lord's.
Episode 7: Graeme Fowler - Six pints and a century at Lord's
Graeme 'Foxy' Fowler sits down at his home in Durham and chats through his 106 vs the West Indies at Lord's in 1984, falling through Elton John's coffee table, being sacked by Lancashire, battling depression and life after cricket.
Episode 6: Graham Onions - A fairy tale debut in a summer to remember
In an open and honest interview, former England bowler Graham Onions chats about his 5/38 against the West Indies at Lord's on Test debut, the Ashes summer of 2009, meeting popstar Lily Allen, battling against South Africa and the lowest point of his career - when overlooked by England after taking 70 wickets in a summer.
Episode 5: Allan Donald - 'White Lightning' strikes Lord's
In this two-part podcast, the legendary pace bowler Allan Donald chats about growing up in South Africa, playing for Warwickshire, a perfect return to Lord's in 1994 and an unpleasant falling out with his captain Keppler Wessels.
In part two of this podcast, Allan Donald talks politics and sport, meeting Nelson Mandela, the 1998 series in England - where he takes 5/32 at Lord's and THAT famous duel with Mike Atherton at Trent Bridge - and the life and tragic death of his close friend Hansie Cronje.
Episode 4: Marcus Trescothick
Marcus Trescothick chats about his 14th and last Test hundred for England in 2006 - just six years after his debut - which came at Lord’s against Sri Lanka.
Also in the podcast the former England opener discusses his early life, bouts with depression and how he’s still going strong after 26 seasons of professional cricket.
Episode 3: Darren Gough
England's strike bowler from the 1990s, Darren Gough, sits downs in the Home Dressing Room at Lord's and recalls his 5-wicket haul against Pakistan in 2001, his Yorkshire debut, getting an ODI 5-for against the Aussies and much more.
Episode 2: Kumar Sangakkara
In this two-part podcast, Kumar Sangakkara discusses his childhood in Sri Lanka against the backdrop of his country's civil war, the 1996 Cricket World Cup and his Test debut against South Africa in 2000.
In the second part, Kumar Sangakkara chats about his final Test match at Lord's in 2014 where he scored 147 as well as his ambitions in England, and the legacy that he's left in cricket.
Episode 1: Graham Gooch
In the first episode England legend Graham Gooch touches on an array of topics including; his upbringing in Essex and early life as a cricketer, his famous 333 at Lord’s, his self-doubts during his career, and his first Test hundred at Lord’s against the fearsome West Indies attack of the 1980s.
In 2017 the Lord's Cricket Podcast explored the history between England and Australia's explosive rivalry in a special three-part series, in association with Wisden Cricket Monthly.
Recorded within the Home of Cricket, guests involved during the series include former England bowlers Bob Willis and Simon Jones as well as historian David Frith, among many others.
All three episodes are available to listen below, or alternatively, you can download and subscribe from aCast as well as all the usual podcast subscribers.
Episode One: The Birth of the Urn and the Bodyline series
Episode Two: 1981 - Botham's Ashes
Episode Three: Aussie Dominance & England's Revival