The Pavilion – Cricket Podcast.
International Cricket podcast hosted by Stephen Wallis. Listen in as I talk with Cricket stars from around the world.
Looking for a cricket podcast? “The Paddock and The Pavilion” covers both horse racing and cricketing stories of interest.
In The Pavilion I have been, via Zoom, to Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Pakistan, Scotland, Sri Lanka, The Netherlands, the UAE and of course England, in the search of inspiring stories.
From England’s Emma Marlow at the under 19 World Cup in South Africa to Nick Andrews at the over 70s Ashes down under.
Patrick Foster’s compelling story about gambling addiction and how he turned his life around, Michael Holding discusses his West Indian touring days to England, while Leena Aziz, the first Women’s commentator in Asia and International umpire Sue Redfern have all shared their stories on the show.
Join us every Sunday to hear inspiring stories from the world of cricket and horse racing, with sports stars from Newmarket and beyond.
Our most regular guest has been Roland Butcher, the first black player to play International cricket for England, who regularly joins the show to give his expert opinions on all England Men’s Test action, while Kathryn Leng a former England Test centurion has added her opinions on the England Women’s side.
And there is no more inspiring story than FairBreak whose mission is to create opportunities that progress gender equality on a truly global scale, using cricket as their primary vehicle.
Keep listening for more inspiring stories.
You will Also find Podcast interviews with:
- Dennis Amiss
- James Bracey
- Kathryn Bryce
- Roland Butcher
- Michael Holding
- Lisa Keightley
- Kathryn Leng
- Roberta Moretti Avery
- Rick McCosker
- Ebony Rainford Brent
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