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3 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Paul Radley. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Paul Radley, often where they are interviewed.

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3 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Paul Radley. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Paul Radley, often where they are interviewed.

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Paul Radley on The Sporting Capital (17/09/20)

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Paul Radley joins Jack from the UAE to chat about the upcoming Indian Premier League.
Sep 17 2020 · 12mins
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Paul Radley on UAE Cricket

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Jarrod chats to Paul Radley about his time covering the UAE side, and what to do if you lose a third of your squad in a tournament.

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You can find Paul Radley on Twitter and the archive to his work for the National is here

Jarrod Kimber can be found over on his Twitter.

This podcast is produced by Nick McCorriston, here's his Twitter and his website.

The theme tune is by Red Crickets.

Music appears via a Creative Commons licence, and has been edited to fit purpose.

Mar 24 2020 · 27mins
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Outside Edge Ep 3: In conversation with Paul Radley and Faisal Hasnain

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In this episode of Outside Edge, host Chandresh Narayanan sits down with The National's Paul Radley, and former Chief Financial Officer of the ICC, Faisal Hasnain, to talk about the ongoing Cricket World Cup in England, the future of associate nations in global events, among other things.Chandresh, Paul and Faisal discuss how the scheduling of matches has put a dent in this World Cup. They also discuss Sunil Gavaskar’s comments on the composition of England’s team. Faisal said, “It’s great to see that England has been able to field a team with so many diverse cultures." They also talk about the future and importance of associate nations in global events such as the World Cup. Paul said, “Cricket is regressing if the ICC wants to play only 10 nations in their pinnacle tournament." They went on to discuss the possibilities of Cricket entering the Olympics and how the Olympic entry can be an "icing on the cake" for Cricket to gain global attention. For this and a lot more, so listen up!

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Jul 09 2019 · 21mins