Have you heard the Cricket Badger Radio Show?

In addition to this website, we now have our very own radio show on Radio Yorkshire every Tuesday evening between 7pm and 9pm UK time hosted by James Buttler.Obviously because the show is on an exciting new radio station in Yorkshire we cover cricket in the famous White Rose county each week, but we also look at cricket around the world too. So, wherever you are there’s something for you.

For example, tonight we have ticked both boxes with one guest.

Paul Farbrace was Yorkshire’s 2nd XI coach until early 2014, but has since taken the head coach role with the Sri Lanka national side with spectacular results.

Paul is on tonight’s show talking about Sri Lanka’s recent triumphs in the Asia Cup and World T20 Cup. He’ll be naming some Sri Lankan ones to watch and chatting about his approach to coaching.

Have a listen wherever you are and if you can’t catch the show you can always hear the Cricket Badger Podcast with some of the best bits on radioyorkshire.co.uk the very next day.

As with all things World Cricket Badger, we value your input on the Radio Show. Email james@cricketbadger.com or tweet the show on @cricket_badger.

#everyonelovesabadger and we appreciate your support

All the best

James Buttler

James Buttler

James has been working as a journalist and broadcaster in cricket since 2006 and was an avid fan for many years before that.
As the editor of World Cricket Badger he is intent on building the website to give quality coverage of the domestic game around the world.
He is also the presenter of the Cricket Badger Radio Show on Radio Yorkshire every Tuesday evening between 7-9pm UK time.
James was the full-time Media Manager at Yorkshire County Cricket Club between 2007 and 2010.
James is a published author, a writer/video contributor to many cricket publications and a complete cricket badger!

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