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Born Before His Time

Martin Chandler | 7:30pm gmt 26 Jan 2015
FeaturesIn this feature Martin looks at the life and times of Gilbert Jessop, one of the most exciting cricketers to have played the game
Sir Len

Martin Chandler | 6:08pm gmt 23 Jan 2015
FeaturesArguably the greatest English batsmen of them all, Martin looks at the legend that is Sir Leonard Hutton
The Forgotten Art

Martin Chandler | 8:07pm gmt 19 Jan 2015
FeaturesIn this feature Martin looks at the history and practice of underarm bowling, and asks whether it might have a place in the modern game
England's Forgotten Captain

Martin Chandler | 8:06pm gmt 14 Jan 2015
FeaturesPercy Chapman's real-life fairy tale had a very happy beginning but its ending was a sad one - in this feature Martin tells his story
From the Bottom to the Top

David Taylor | 10:04am gmt 10 Jan 2015
FeaturesIn this feature David tells the story of the topsy-turvy season experienced by Kent supporters in 1970
Thommo!!

Martin Chandler | 12:47pm gmt 07 Jan 2015
FeaturesIn this feature Martin remembers Jeff Thomson, who turns 65 this year, and the thrilling impact he made when his career took off in the mid 1970s
England's Third Indian Prince

Martin Chandler | 5:28pm gmt 01 Jan 2015
FeaturesAfter profiles of Ranji and Duleep Martin finishes his look at the Indian Princes who have played for England with the story of Iftikhar Ali Khan, the Nawab of Pataudi Senior
England's Second Indian Prince

Martin Chandler | 11:47am gmt 30 Dec 2014
FeaturesFollowing on from Ranji Martin tells the story of his nephew, Duleep, the second Indian prince to play Test cricket for England
Recent Comments
OverratedSanity
Great read. And yeah, that part on the lumbago treatment was disturbing.
Howe_zat
Can't agree with the headline - franchise T20 bladderers who also bowl some seam up and field well a
Midwinter
Always a big fan of The Croucher. When Gilchrist arrived in test cricket, his rate of scoring obv
Daemon
Interesting read, the part about his treatment for lumbago was pretty horrifying tstl. Seems spe
Red Hill
Brilliant article. I haven't read a Hutton bio, he's one of my favourite cricketers.
Burgey
Lovely article mate. What a grand cricketer he was.
Goughy
If I am being honest I think the article is a little short on the significance of him being England'
Howe_zat
Been looking forward to this one for a while and was not disappointed - doesn't half drive home the