One of the most explosive top order batters in the women's game, Danni Wyatt has won World Cups, Ashes... become one of the most recognisable faces in the game and absolutely smashes it in T20 and short-form cricket. She's had a decade of playing at the top level....
And during the summer, just as she was about to embark on a scintillating campaign for Southern Brave in The Hundred... she joined the lads for a chat about all things Stoke, diet, nicknames... and why the banter in the women's game is 'too nice'.
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THE SKIPPER - Callum Flynn
This guy is one of the coolest, steeliest, and most resilient characters we've had on The Shackles Are Off to date. A World Cup winning captain of the England disability XI - hear how trampolining led to the worst news of his life but some of the best experiences off the back of his hard work, determination and love for cricket.
Top man, Callum.
LORD - David Gower
This man has had two of the best cricketing careers of any Englishman ever. One as a swashbuckling, freeflowing, freescoring legend of a batsman... and then a second one as a top quality Rolls Royce of a broadcaster who was the pioneer of commentary and hosting for Sky Sports alongside his good old mate Sir Ian Botham.
Enjoy an hour's chat with he, Chris Millard, James Gregg and Jack Brooks... whilst the lads also ask for your TOP RUN SCORER and TOP WICKET TAKER picks from the ongoing India series.
THE CAPTAIN - Sir Andrew Strauss #RedForRuth
The second cricketing knight comes to the podcast to start our new series here on The Shackles Are Off, and what a legend he is too... Sir Andrew Strauss is a giant of the game, and was at the helm for arguably one of the best moments for England in cricketing history.
Here he talks 10/11 Ashes (obviously!!), as well as his own cricketing journey, tells a few great tales... and more importantly talks about the upcoming #RedForRuth day, which celebrates and raises money for the Foundation that was set up in memory of his late wife Ruth Strauss.
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The Head of the Aussies - CEO Nick Hockley
Our first Aussie (well, kind of) joins the podcast.... Nick Hockley is the head honcho for this winter's opposition in the Ashes.... but hails from the Birmingham area of the UK and the biggest question is 'who does he support this winter?!'..... listen to find out....
But seriously, a great man who's overseen some of the biggest and best sporting events the world has seen so far, and we get his thoughts on fans coming back....... as well as various other challenges he's faced since taking over as the CEO on a permanent basis last month.
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