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Mickey Arthur & Sharjah's most famous six

With Sri Lanka's strict quarantine rules thwarting their return to the cricket field, we ask head coach Mickey Arthur if he can see a solution.

And the power of a six - we look back at Javed Miandad's era-defining six for Pakistan against India in 1986 - and other key moments that changed the course of cricketing history.

Plus, tributes to former New Zealand captain John Reid.

Photo: Mickey Arthur (Getty Images)

Secrets of the world's best umpire

Reaction to a record-equalling 21st consecutive one-day victory by Australia's remarkable women's team.

Plus, Courtney Walsh on how he plans to turn West Indies women back into world beaters themselves.

And the unexpected star of the English cricketing summer - umpire Michael Gough on how he gave up playing cricket at the age of 23 and went on to become statistically the best Test umpire in the world.

Photo: Umpire Michael Gough (Getty Images)

Flintoff, bulimia and the strain of success

Reaction to an astonishing week in the Indian Premier League, including a record run chase, a Super Over and a gravity-defying boundary save.

Plus, as England legend Andrew Flintoff reveals his battle with bulimia, we'll hear the story of Sarah Coyte, the World Cup-winning Australia bowler who took a break from the game to deal with an eating disorder - and returned to win the Big Bash. Some listeners may find this content upsetting.

West Indies head coach Phil Simmons talks about the challenges facing cricket's poorer nations during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Photo: Andrew Flintoff in 2005 (Getty Images)

Dean Jones - a 'shocking loss' to cricket

Alison Mitchell, Jim Maxwell and Charu Sharma pay tribute to Dean Jones, the great Australia batsman who has died at the age of 59.

Plus, we're joined by Dhiraj Malhotra, CEO of Delhi Capitals, to discuss a controversial week in the Indian Premier League.

Australia vice-captain Rachael Haynes looks welcomes the return of women's international cricket - with fans.

And a dispute over Don Bradman's childhood cricket pitch prompts a debate over how we remember our sporting heroes.

Photo: Dean Jones (Getty Images)

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