One of county cricket's paciest bowlers will drop into the Cricket AM studio on Saturday.
Stuart Meaker, who has taken 165 first-class wickets with his rapid-fire deliveries, will be on hand to talk about an eventful season at Surrey, which has included toils in the County Championship and YB40 and the departure of cricket manager Chris Adams.
The 24-year-old has represented England in both the 50 and 20-over formats, so he should also have plenty to say about the on-going Ashes series and his hopes of a recall to the international set-up.
Meaker will be joined on the sofa by former Australia all-rounder Tom Moody, who has been offering his Ashes thoughts alongside Bob Willis on Sky Sports programme The Verdict.
Moody should discuss Australia's ills so far, how he would fix them and more when he settles down for a chat with Sarah-Jane Mee and Matt Floyd.
But there will no doubt be plenty of Aussie-Anglo banter between the man from Adelaide and Meaker, too.
However, if that's not enough to entice you, there's this lot as well...
HENRY OLONGA - the one-time Zimbabwe seamer will talk - and sing - live
JIMMY ANDERSON - England's premier quick bowls at our man Ryan in the nets
MATT PRIOR - the gloveman selects his three favourite innings from his career to date
SCIENCE OF CRICKET - Matthew Hoggard looks at how helmets, bats and pads work
CRASH! BANG! WALLOP! - Sussex take on our big-hitting challenge
ASHES A-Z - our alphabetical gander at the Ashes reaches the letters T and U
Don't miss Cricket AM, 9am, Sat, Sky Sports Ashes HD.