There is a chat about the third England vs Pakistan Test in this podcast, but first Peter talks to Dave Tickner about 28 Days' Data. It is shameless. Reward the shamelessness with buying a book here - https://www.amazon.co.uk/28-Days-Data-Englands-Troubled-Relationship/dp/1785311506
Peter is joined by the excellent Tom Evans to discuss the second England vs Pakistan Test at Old Trafford.
THE NEW BOOK IS OUT - BUY IT HERE - https://www.amazon.co.uk/28-Days-Data-Englands-Relationship/dp/1785311506/ref=zg_bs_279331_26
Or come to buy it from us at our celebration at the Fentiman Arms, Oval, London, Saturday 30th July, 8pm.
Peter is joined by the excellent Aatif Nawaz to discuss the first England vs Pakistan Test.
Watch the trailer for his new show Aatificial Intelligence here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CM0JezJVKT8
Subash Jayaraman (The Cricket Couch) has ended his brilliant series of cricket podcasts and Peter chats to him about the experience. You can read more about Subash's decision to call it a day here - http://thecricketcouch.com/blog/2016/05/26/couch-talk-189/
Peter is joined by Dave Tickner, author of 28 Days' Data, a new book that you can pre=order here - https://www.amazon.co.uk/28-Days-Data-Englands-Troubled-Relationship/dp/1785311506
They discuss the first two Tests between England and Sri Lanka and Ben Stokes celebrating in his pants.
Peter is joined by Emma John, author of new book "Following On: A Memoir of Teenage Obsession and Terrible Cricket".
We discuss what it was like following England in the 1990s. (SPOILER: It was terrible, but in a good way).
You can buy Emma's book here - http://www.amazon.com/Following-Teenage-Obsession-Terrible-Cricket/dp/1472916875
Alan Butcher joins Peter to talk about his new book about his time as Zimbabwe coach, "The Good Murungu?"
You can buy the book here - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Good-Murungu-Cricket-Tale-Unexpected/dp/178531131X/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=
Details of the book signing event at The Oval are here - https://www.kiaoval.com/bills-book-club-to-launch-on-april-24th/
It is nearly time for the qualifying round of the World T20 and Peter is joined by Andrew Nixon and Bertus de Jong to discuss the runners and riders.
You can buy Alan Butcher's book on Zimbabwe cricket here - http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Good-Murungu-Cricket-Unexpected/dp/178531131X
You can buy Peter's book on associate cricket here - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Second-XI-Cricket-its-Outposts/dp/1785310135
The Test Championship is under the spotlight again and Peter is joined by Russ Degnan to discuss the idea.
Russ has put together a survey, you can complete it here - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Ek6ZY9dAT04zHVNmaeLCN1HxIUau97_yymPcnCAjEO0/viewform?c=0&w=1
Daniel Norcross joins Peter to discuss England's series loss to South Africa in ODIs, the West Indies winning the U19 World Cup and Shane Warne's belief that aliens created humanity by messing with some monkeys.
The men's and women's Big Bash events have just finished in Australia and Peter is joined by Geoff Lemon and Will Macpherson to discuss how it all went. There is some bigging up of the Big Bash and blasting of the T20 Blast.
... we just live in it.
We have seen a brilliant South African victory inspired by the 20 year old quick bowler Kagiso Rabada but England win the series 2-1. Peter is joined by Daniel Norcross to discuss the goings on.
South Africa are in trouble, or so we are told. Peter is joined by Cape Town based cricket journalist, Altus Momberg, to talk about quotas, targets and whether South African or English cricket treats spinners worse. Done via a mobile phone line so hopefully the sound is OK.
Jarrod Kimber has written a new book. It is called Test Cricket - An Unauthorised Biography. It is very good. He talks about it with Peter. You can buy it here - http://www.amazon.com/Test-Cricket-The-Unauthorised-Biography/dp/1743790198
Peter is joined by Dr Julian Cresser of the University of the West Indies. Julian teaches a course on the history of cricket in the Caribbean and has been deeply involved in Jamaican cricket for many years. He is fascinating on the subject of where the West Indies are and how it can be fixed.
Peter is joined by Daniel Brettig, author of Whitewash to Whitewash, to discuss his book and the fourth Ashes Test.
Whitewash to Whitewash available to buy here - http://www.amazon.com/Whitewash-Australian-Crickets-Struggle-Summer-ebook/dp/B00TGHDUFU
Peter is joined by Simon Helmot, coach of the CPL side T&T Red Steel, coach of the Melbourne Renegades and assistant coach at Sunrisers Hyderabad to talk about T20 cricket and what it gives to the sport.
Peter Miller chats to Guerilla Cricket's Nigel Henderson about cricket in the UAE and his upcoming book on associate cricket.
You can find Guerilla Cricket on TuneIn and via their website www.guerillacricket.com and on Twitter on @GuerillaCricket
Peter Miller is joined by former West Indies and Trinidad & Tobago captain Daren Ganga to discuss the mess that the West Indies find themselves in following the abandonment of their tour of India.
Get Daren's cricket coaching DVD here - http://darengangafoundation.com/the-daren-ganga-cricket-coaching-series/