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The coronavirus outbreak has forced many sports events across the world to cancel
Former South Africa batsman pays for and builds a new cricket facility
Alison Mitchell, Jim Maxwell and Sunil Gupta talk to South African bowler Sune Luus.
The Stumped team debate whether Katherine Brunt should have mankad during their T20 defeat
New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor speaks to Stumped about his special milestone
Katherine Brunt hopes England can repeat their 2009 T20 World Cup win
Alison Mitchell, Jim Maxwell and Charu Sharma discuss the favourites for the T20 World Cup
The Stumped team discuss if cricket teams require coaches.
Taimur Khan on the moment he first spotted Naseem Shah.
Rising Australia star discusses connecting with her Indigenous roots.
India's 1983 World Cup captain reflects on his country's first triumph.
Australia's Annabel Sutherland relives the moment she was called up for the T20 World Cup.
Former England captain Alec Stewart picked up on Ollie Pope's talents when he was a child.
Matt Featherstone, the President of Cricket Brazil, speaks on the importance of the game
Sylvester Okpe tells the story of his chance encounter with a new sport.
Fifteen-year-old Shafali Verma became the youngest Indian to hit a half-century
Ever noticed how cricketing metaphors make their way into the speeches of politicians?
Alison Mitchell speaks with Australia's Marnus Labuschagne.
The chief executive of Pakistan Cricket Wasim Khan on encouraging more countries to tour.
Former Windies captain Viv Richards has urged the team to work on their fitness.
Perth Scorchers spinner Jemma Barsby talks about playing cricket with multiple sclerosis.
Shahriar Nafees reacts to Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan's corruption ban.
Pakistan women's star Nida Dar breaks new ground in Australia.
Phil Salt talks to Stumped about being involved in the draft for The Hundred
The Stumped panel debate changes to World Cup tie-breakers.
New England head coach Chris Silverwood explains why karate has helped him in cricket.
Rugby league's Courtney Hill tells Alison Mitchell she's tempted by a return to cricket.
Tim David explains how his switch from Perth to Singapore has boosted the national team.
Lance Klusener backs former South Africa team-mate Gary Kirsten to succeed with England.
Mahmood tells us about missing the Lions tour of India because he could not get a visa.
Stumped goes into the spiders web to explore how spidercam operates
Cricket Australia chief Kevin Roberts wants more Test matches against India.
England fast bowler Chris Woakes looks back on the miracle of Headingley.
Jim Maxwell on his unique Ashes winning commentary at Old Trafford
The cricket team battled extreme weather conditions to play for 168 hours non-stop.
Former England captain David Gower compares the two miracles of Headingley.
The England and Wales Cricket Board are reviewing their transgender policy
Hashim Amla's former team-mates pay tribute to the retiring South African batsman.
New South Wales Blues bowler Harry Conway mimics one of cricket's most iconic voices
David Saker says he would love to succeed Trevor Bayliss in England role.
Former Australian team-mate Mitchell Johnson on Steve Smith's Ashes century and comeback.
Tim Munton speaks about the impact of Brian Lara on Warwickshire 25 years ago.
Former England captain Alec Stewart on the legacy English cricket must now create.
Stumped host Jim Maxwell has strong views on the Edgbaston crowd's reaction to Steve Smith
Ebony Rainford-Brent takes us behind the scenes of the World Cup in 2009.
Despite defeat to England fans in Afghanistan are watching their heroes in record numbers
West Indies legend Curtly Ambrose says Chris Gayle should retire after the World Cup
Stumped's Jim Maxwell applauds David Warner on his return to international cricket.
Ex-Pakistan captain Ramiz Raja previews the World Cup clash between India and Pakistan
Charu Sharma says India need to hit the ground running at the World Cup.
Stumped's Jim Maxwell discusses Australia's chances ahead of the World Cup.
Former Australian captain Ian Chappell on the 1975 World Cup final.
Afghanistan bowler Hassan tells us about their hopes for the World Cup.
Damien Fleming recalls the amazing finish to Australia's 1999 World Cup semi-final.
Former Zimbabwe Test captain Tatenda Taibu on why he fled his homeland.
Children from various countries came together to compete in the Street Child World Cup.
Hashan Tillakaratne speaks about the party after Sri Lanka won the World Cup in 1996.
A new film about a group of young cricketers has premiered at the Manhattan film festival.
The Stumped team discuss proposals for a mixed-gender match in India.
Former India bowler Roger Binny on winning the World Cup in 1983 for the first time.
Former India coach Gary Kirsten looks back on winning the ICC World Cup Final in 2011
Duanne Olivier explains why he signed a Kolpak deal with Yorkshire and moved to England
Wicketkeeper Dave Houghton reflects on Kapil Dev's extraordinary 175 at the 1983 World Cup
Billy Cookson speaks about his recovery and holding a bat for the first time in months
An Aussie-born German wicketkeeper is creating his answer to the IPL in continental Europe
The Stumped team debate whether women should play more games at larger venues.
Derek Pringle recalls the umpiring decision that changed the course of history.
Former captain Nasser Hussain discusses England's chances in the Cricket World Cup.
Curtly Ambrose faces up to notorious judge Craig Revel Horwood in Dancing with the Stars.
Clive Lloyd reveals his radical plan for expanding the Cricket World Cup.
Australian cricketer Jhye Richardson only lets his mum cut his hair
New Zealand cricketer Rachel Priest on the financial hardships of women's cricket
Stumped's Jim Maxwell and Charu Sharma discuss the turnaround of the West Indies
How did a signed cricket bat from a Test match in 1988 end up in Antarctica?
Former India opener Aakash Chopra believes Cheteshwar Pujara will become a batting legend
Cricket still brings joy to the Caribbean, says new Windies interim coach Richard Pybus.
Stumped's Charu Sharma thinks it's time New Zealand played longer Test series
Dale Steyn's long journey to become South Africa's all-time leading Test wicket-taker
India's Smriti Mandhana says attitudes towards women's cricket are changing in India.
Dwayne Bravo assesses why West Indian players are so successful at T20 cricket
Aussie bowler John Hastings may have to give up cricket due to a rare lung condition.
Will England's fluid batting order make them Test cricket trailblazers?
Former opener Aakash Chopra says this is India's best hope of winning a series Down Under
Sana Mir on how becoming the top-ranked bowler in women's ODI cricket can inspire others.
Charu Sharma and Clint Wheeldon discuss whether male cricketers live in a 'bubble'
As he prepares for retirement, spinner Rangana Herath is set to become a Sri Lankan legend
Ellyse Perry on the 'difference in life experience' between Australia's national teams.
Alison Mitchell's batting draws comparisons to former India star V.V.S. Laxman
Perry discusses how Aussie her team plan to stop record-breaking Indian opener Kaur
King of spin Shane Warne admits he's lucky that his career could generate joy for fans
Ian Bell says the current county format will struggle to produce the next Alastair Cook
Hong Kong men's captain Anshuman Rath speaks to Stumped ahead of the Asia Cup in the UAE
Rwanda women's captain Mary Maina describes how their new stadium has improved cricket
The Stumped team discuss comedian Stephen Fry's list of cricketing terms.
Sample the unique atmosphere of Scarborough's seaside cricket festival
Brendan Taylor wants answers from Zimbabwe Cricket after not being paid for five months.
Women’s cricket stories from around the world
The Iceland cricket team is about to make history by playing its first international match
India star Smriti Mandhana recalls meeting her idol, Sri Lanka legend Kumar Sangakkara
Chile's captain Jeanette Garces reveals what it took to get her team to a championships.
Cricket stories from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe from BBC Stumped
Martin Guptill says he'll always represent his country before a club around the world.
Joe Root's century celebration against India has caused quite a stir in the cricket world
Stumped explores why the Galle cricket stadium may have to be knocked down and relocated
Canadian T20 tournament director thinks Smith and Warner can atone for their mistakes.
18-year-old Sterre Kalis is one of the most exciting young prospects in the game
Eleven months after surgery, Mark Kennedy was playing for the England Transplant team.
Cricket's biggest names past and present talk to Stumped.
Many cricketers are angered by reported proposals to restrict their T20 participation
England batsman Dawid Malan jokes about his chances of breaking into England's ODI team.
As England play their 1,000th Test match, Stumped explores the history of Test Cricket
A Pakistan journalist once woke up to the World Cup winner drinking milk in his flat
England World Cup winner Sarah Taylor opens up about her battle with mental health
Ireland pulled off one of the biggest shocks in 20th century cricket in July 1969
Ireland star Kevin O'Brien says he kept the fact he played cricket a secret at school
Stumped presenter Alison Mitchell looks ahead to Ireland's landmark Test against Pakistan
Author Greg de Moore says the Aboriginal team is central to Australian cricket's history
England's Katherine Brunt says having fewer county teams will lead to more talented squads
Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan says he's keen to try county cricket in England.
Marizanne Kapp says male cricketers do not have more responsibilities than women.
Afghan chairman Atif Mashal discusses Afghanistan's first ever Test cricket match.
Cricket Russia are on a mission to get more natives involved in the game.
Stumped co-presenter Jim Maxwell rejects a new idea to speed up Test cricket.
Funny cricket stories from around the world from BBC Stumped
We explore the world of table cricket and how it helps children with physical disabilities
Bowler Tymal Mills on his time in the Pakistan Super League amid the coronavirus outbreak