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Jarrod Kimber
Red Inker With Jarrod Kimber
Red Inker is a Jarrod Kimber podcast, and it's not about the week in cricket. This is taking one topic in cricket, and getting an expert on to chat about it. It's a long look at some of the most interesting issues, players and stories with someone who's been writing or living it. Guests so far include Harsha Bhogle, Wright Thompson, Barney Ronay, Andy Balbirnie, Emma John, Melinda Farrell, Adam Collins, Geoff Lemon, Tymal Mills, Neil Manthorp, Sidharth Monga, Tabraiz Shamsi, Daniel Norcross and Shan Masood.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 101 ratings
So good!
Perfect for a cricket Tragic like me. Best podcast in Cricket!
Palaninathan via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/31/21
Superb cricket podcast
Superb podcast with thoughts on cricket from some of the most knowledgeable thoughtful fans, players and journalists in the world.
grahamek77 via Apple Podcasts · Poland · 02/17/21
This podcast is such an education - focusing on the significant corners of the game that you might not know about, thinking about the meaning of people and events, and completely different from the nationalist focus of most cricket writing/audio.
Helen987654 via Apple Podcasts · South Africa · 02/06/21
Recent Episodes
This episode we talk to someone who has played two Tests, hit the winning runs in one of them, and would just like to play more. Shikha Pandey is an all-rounder for India who has represented her country over 100 times altogether and when I asked her what she wanted to talk about, she said “Why...
Published 04/14/21
This episode we talk about Barney Gibson who was the youngest man to play first class cricket in England. He played for Yorkshire at 15, and then at 19 he retired to run nightclubs. But we also discuss Mark Broadhurst, another young gun Yorkshire player who had an early end to his career and who...
Published 04/07/21
This episode we have one of my favourite T20 players in the world to talk about his career so far. Colin Ingram has not had a straightforward career, at 23, he was without a pro contract and was thinking of going back to school to finish studying agriculture. But he stuck with cricket, and that...
Published 03/31/21
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