Martin Chandler - ARTICLES

September13

A Tale of Two Victorian Yorkshiremen

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shilton

Lasting fame as cricketers eluded George Harrison and John Shilton, but both are interesting characters, and in this feature Martin tells their stories

September04

28 Days’ Data

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28 days data

England’s recent history in the 50 over format has been something of a rollercoaster ride, and this week’s book is an overdue look at the trials and tribulations which, all England supporters will hope, are finally being consigned to history

August28

The Test

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thetest

I can’t imagine there will ever be a better series than the 2005 Ashes, and it quickly spawned a number of books. There were several by professional writers, the best of which were written by those masters of their craft, David Frith and Gideon Haigh. Amongst the English side Andrew Flintoff and Michael Vaughan, as […]

August21

The Establishment Boys

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ESTABLISHMENT

There are not many areas of cricket history that have not received detailed treatment in book form before, and the publication of this book by Barry Nicholls means that there is now one less

August07

Then Came A Cloud

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macleod

In case regular readers have detected a hint of bias Martin has promised that this is the last book about a Lancashire cricketer he will review ‘for a while’