Adam Bate makes the unlikely case for Hull boss Steve Bruce to be seen as a football trendsetter.
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Daniel Storey assesses Liverpool's 5-0 win at Tottenham that saw Andre Villas-Boas lose his job.
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The Cricket Writers on TV panel will be reflecting on the crash, bang and wallop of FLt20 Finals Day when they convene in the studio on Sunday morning.
Sky Sports will step up its drive to get more children involved in sport with a Saturday morning show.
The Ashes urn is up for grabs again.
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Chloe Saltau told Cricket Writers on TV that the arrival of Darren Lehmann has lifted spirits in the Australia camp.
Jim Troughton says Warwickshire plan to come out firing in the second half of the county cricket season.
Hampshire batsman Neil McKenzie dropped into the Cricket studio to discuss some of his peculiar rituals.
England take on Essex on Sunday in their last outing before tackling Australia - and you can watch all the action on our cricket-dedicated channel, Sky Sports Ashes HD!
Download the podcast as the panel debate the Champions Trophy and the return of Kevin Pietersen.
Kevin Pietersen will be welcomed back into the England dressing room this summer, but he needs to address his sense of entitlement.
Gordon Greenidge told Cricket AM how Clive Lloyd united the West Indies in a way that the politicians couldn't.
England seamer Steven Finn told Cricket AM about the three best wickets he's ever taken.
West Indies legend Courtney Walsh told Cricket AM about the brotherly relationship with Curtly Ambrose that formed the basis of their success.
Former skipper Andrew Strauss says England can pull off an ICC Champions Trophy-Ashes triple.
What action should umpires take if a ball is 'out of shape'? The Cricket Writers on TV panel discuss.
The Cricket Writers on TV panel discuss how international teams now use DRS to their advantage.
The fallout from David Warner's suspension might just galvanise Australia for the Ashes, says Scyld Berry.
Devon Malcom, Azhar Mahmood and Tony Cozier join Matt Floyd and Sarah Jane-Mee on the sofa!