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Greg James, Jimmy Anderson and Felix White with an alternative (and sometimes musical) look at cricket...
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4.9 stars from 3,843 ratings
Every podcast starts by giving you friendly hugs & by the time each one finishes, you’re in a passionate cuddle that you never want to leave.
Raj Nagarkatti via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/13/20
Started this podcast a week ago from the start and can’t stop, I’m up to the World Cup already, it’s the best thing ever and getting me through work and keeping my sanity in this crazy time cheers Greg, Jimmy, felix sharks and mattchin GO WELL!
jim the blade via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/29/20
Lets play stumped!
Just started to listen from the start for the second time. This is joy, the games and theme tunes are the stuff of legend! Sri Lanka ti lank or our jimmy anyone? Go well
Mathew lewis via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/19/20
Recent Episodes
Warning: This edition of 'the loosely cricket based podcast' was recorded in the evening and includes folk metal, tall cricketers, the IPL, moustaches, pagodas, super super overs and the 38th coolest person in Bristol.
Published 10/26/20
Greg, Jimmy and Felix are joined by psychologist and dream expert Ian Wallace to help decipher Joe Root’s ’Tailenders / Tenacious D / Spaghetti Guitar / Jimmy 600 Tribute’ dream. Plus England’s Tammy Beaumont joins us from Australia ahead of the start of the WBBL, Mattchin is back with a new...
Published 10/12/20
Welcome to a Tailenders special as England Men's Test captain Joe Root joins Greg, Jimmy and Felix to discuss dreams, blackberries, haircuts and even some cricket. Plus Mattchin is back with a new quiz/podcast concept/stolen format (delete as appropriate) and Adam Collins pays tribute to the...
Published 09/28/20
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