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The Urnbelievable Ashes Podcast
Join Andy and Felicity as they obsess about people throwing and hitting a cricket ball around because whatever happens that’s way preferable than thinking about the actual world right now.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 182 ratings
Learned to love cricket
I hadn’t followed cricket before this podcast, but I love all the Andy Zaltman content I can get my hands on! I thoroughly enjoy this podcast as a way to keep up my awareness of the sport and because it’s so fun to listen to Felicity and Andy’s banter and enthusiasm.
Juani MH via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/24/19
Unbelievably Good
Great during the World Cup. Can't fault it. Looking forward to it cheering me up during what could be a dire Ashes series.Read full review »
MBelderson via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/06/19
walk into a cricket comedy podcast. Currently pointing out the ludicrous of the 2019 World Cup. I can’t wait for the Ashes.
Buttonbbb via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/18/19
Recent Episodes
A bonus Ashes 2019 souvenir containing Steve Smith, Ben Stokes, silly press conferences, stats, pregnancy anger and the last No Paine No Gain. Thanks to all who listened and until next time, may the cricket be with you.
Published 09/18/19
Felicity returns to the studio to celebrate Australia's victory and deliver an emphatic No Paine No Gain. Trying to consol himself, Andy points out that Australia have retained the Ashes not won it. And there's a bumper stat whack to pay homage to the great Steve Smith.
Published 09/10/19
In a late substitution Felicity retired ill from the podcast field, so her Marnus Labuschagne is Declan Fay. However from her sick bed she still brings you No Paine No Gaine and Sick Burns! Andy is also joined by UK comedy legend Mark Steel to talk Ben Stokes, the return of Steve Smith and the...
Published 09/04/19
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