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Jarrod Kimber
Double Century with Jarrod Kimber
This is a podcast series on the history of cricket through the people and moments that made the game. Series three is a look at the first major victory over England of each nation. Double Century is a team effort. Jarrod Kimber wrote, produced and narrated this series. Max Wiggins was a co-writer. Our fact checker is Abhishek Mukerjee (@ovshake42). Nick McCorriston is our producer (@Nickamc).
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 70 ratings
Mickeecee
An excellent.well researched and entertaining listen for cricket devotees.
Mickeecee via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 10/04/21
Thanks Jarrod
I grew up listening to stories of test matches in 70s and 80s from my father. Listening to Jarrod brings back my childhood ❤️ Btw, for anyone who likes this book- I would highly recommend his book “Test Cricket: An unauthorised biography”, from which a lot of material is. Jarrod is a master...Read full review »
Ashrujit Ghoshal via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/31/21
Perfection
For a avid cricket fan, this podcast is a dream.
NitinDJ via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/28/21
Recent Episodes
This episode of Double Century is sadder than the rest, because of where Zimbabwe cricket finds itself over the last 20 years. But there are incredible stories here of beating the Australians, dismissing the greatest Zimbabwean, the black arm protest and most importantly, the time they beat the...
Published 10/01/21
This week we’re adding a bonus episode on Afghanistan, the most likely team to beat England in the next few years. This is not a standard Double Century, it’s not a written and narrated piece. It’s just me talking about Afghanistan, how they almost beat England and wondering if they’ll get a...
Published 09/10/21
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