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The Australian
Cricket, Et Cetera
The Australian's Gideon Haigh and Peter Lalor have spent countless hours in press boxes around the world talking about cricket, music, books and life. Now they're bringing those conversations to you in a weekly podcast covering the game they love. To hear full episodes as soon as they're available, and participate in exclusive question and answer sections, make sure to download The Australian's mobile app.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 131 ratings
Time flew by...
A wonderful insight into a fascinating character from the English face and voice of cricket. Could have listened to you guys chat all day long. Thank you for another relaxing insightful and enjoyable podcast.
jjpbh via Apple Podcasts · Norway · 04/05/21
Simon Katich interview
What a puff piece/ lost opportunity. I would suspect most Aust cricket followers want the intimacy of Kat’s exchange with Michael Clarke rather than his IPL dealings. I don’t watch the IPL = don’t care. Maybe I’m alone in that. He stood tall in the baggy green. Would have enjoyed listening to...Read full review »
garrabaldi via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/09/21
A gem in the making
Great guests. Great conversations. Great insights. I am a traditional test cricket fan myself but I thoroughly enjoyed the podcast with Shane Watson. His insights into difference in cricket cultures across the globe as an outsider was great to listen and was craving for more there. Also, Would...Read full review »
chemfreak1991 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/22/21
Recent Episodes
Cricket, Et Cetera will be taking Autumn and Winter (yes, seasons are verbs to this podcast), and will be returning later in the year. In this episode Peter and Gideon look at Steve Smith's return to the headlines, the ongoing success of the women's team and look back at India's tour.  See...
Published 04/06/21
Australians flocking to IPL as news breaks that even Tendulkar had the virus, plus Peter and Gideon catch-up with Todd Greenberg.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Published 03/29/21
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Published 03/28/21
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