Aggers gets to grips with Gaelic football
It was Anil Kumble completing his first Test century which was deservedly voted the Test Match Special Champagne moment at the Oval.
But there were many more memorable events that took place on the air over the past five days.
I particularly enjoyed Jonathan Agnew trying to understand the rules of Gaelic football as he saw his reputation as a tipster going down the tube on Sunday.
If you missed it I will try and explain the background. Aggers was asked to provide some sporting predictions by a national newspaper to help raise money for charity.
His first tip was that Arsenal would keep a clean sheet in their opening Premier League match at home to Fulham. Unfortunately Arsenal conceded within 52 seconds!
So that left him clinging onto his prediction that Monaghan would surprise favourites Kerry in the All-Ireland SFC quarter-final.
So probably for the first time ever on Test Match Special, listeners were not only brought up to date with events at The Oval but also with the latest from Croke Park.
Aggers eventually found out the final score was 1-12 1-11 but wasn't sure what that actually meant.
Fortunately hundreds of you e-mailed or texted in to explain all, and the news that Kerry had produced a late comeback to win didn't go down too well.
Sunday started with Jonathan trying to explain the rules of cricket - with plenty of help from you. The reason was that we were joined in the TMS box by the multi-award winning American actor John Lithgow.
The star of "Third Rock from the Sun" and cult film "The World according to Garp" was at The Oval as part of his introduction to the game.
Lithgow is in London rehearsing with the RSC and he told us that he was teaching a fellow cast member about the joys of baseball in return for an education into the world of cricket.
He told us that he was already well versed in matters of sledging and jelly bean throwing and Aggers had to explain that these were not necessarily the parts of the game he should be concentrating on !
Lithgow was probably the only person at the Oval who didn't know who Geoff Boycott is. Fortunately Geoff was not in the box when he made that admission.
We had plenty of fun with Boycott during this match. On Friday we dedicated our lunch interval to a celebration of the 30th anniversary of Boycott scoring his one hundredth hundred in a Test Match at his home ground.
Two Aussies who played in that match at Headingley, Jeff Thompson and Rodney Marsh, enjoyed telling Geoff that they were sure he was out at least twice during that famous innings.
Boycott did not agree.
We also heard from many of you who were in Leeds that day including one woman who admitted running onto the field when Geoff drove Greg Chappell for four to reach the landmark.
As you have probably gathered Geoff Boycott is a man never shy of giving an opinion.
On Monday morning he said the authorities should simply open the gates and let everyone come and see the action for nothing.
This led to Simon Mann reading out the following e-mail from Alastair Barwick:
"Please can Geoffrey Boycott stop talking about having free admission to the fifth day of a Test Match. I find myself agreeing with him, which is something I’m not really used to!"