With Geoffrey and our Christmas lunch host, Jenny TobinMark Webber talks cricket and F1Sir Geoff loves taking his bow, alongside Stephen Fry at the end of our West End debut With the skipper in trying circumstances: Sydney 2014Roy Hodgson seems to be getting hot under the collarSurely one of the least likely TMS visitors: Alice CooperEd Milliband recovers from meeting his childhood hero That's a SEVEN from Len GoodmanYikes! Who upset Heston? But he gave great advice on cooking perfect roastiesLily's back - taken on her second visitMy lovely wife on New Year's Eve 2013Funny man - David MitchellEric Clapton told some great stories about Ian BothamThe indomitable DJ Annie NightingaleKen Clarke wondering where he's put the key to his red boxMatch referee Jeff Crowe's cousinGary Neville loves his cricketMr Carson tells us about running Hampstead CCInterviewing the Prime Minister about the 2011riotsWarney!With Charlotte Edwards, the day before the Women's T20 final in Colombo 2012Gareth Edwards talks growing up in WalesThe wonderful Sir Tom Courtenay pops into the old box at Headingley...The unmistakeable Michael Palin reveals that Keith Miller was a Monty Python fanIan Lavender certainly was not a 'stupid boy' when he took a View from the Boundary at EdgbastonVaughan displays a dreadful technique as he rings the Lord's bell...followed by my good friend Simon Williams Viv at 60 - with his old mate BeefyYes, John McCririck looks even madder in the flesh. Here he is in the Brisbane heatHarry Potter and Draco Malfoy seem to be getting on OK at the OvalMiles Jupp once conned his way onto a tour of India posing as a reporter from BBC Scotland! And he even wrote a book about it: Fibber in the HeatPassing on some gentle advice about quantitative easingA real radio man - Ken BruceThe wonderful Tony Cozier, at home in Barbados


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A classic View: Hugh Cornwell – lead singer of the Stranglers


Manchester United and England’s Gary Neville reflects brilliantly on the impact cricket has made on his life:


Strictly Come Dancing judge, Len Goodman: a great story-teller


The legendary broadcaster/DJ Annie Nightingale. What a character!


Downton Abbey’s Mr Carson, and Hampstead CC Chairman, Jim Carter


Daniel Radcliffe, aka Harry Potter, on his 18th birthday


Days after the 2011 riots I interview the Prime Minister David Cameron at the Oval


Former Leader of the Labour party, Ed Miliband meets his childhood hero


One of my favourites – chatting to Elton John on his piano stool


Eric Clapton brightens up a rainy morning at Lord’s with his stories about Ian Botham


England are moments away from winning the Ashes in 2005, and Hugh Grant pops in for tea

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Great fun with Aussie comedian Adam Hills


Lesley Garrett is quickly into full flow at Lord’s


The interview everyone still talks about: pop star Lily Allen


Two years later, Lily returns for tea with a husband, a cake and a bump


Mark Webber takes us into the cockpit of his F1 racing car


A perfect guest for lunch at Cardiff – Max Boyce


A lovely session with Richie Benaud as he bows out of British TV


Tea with England football coach Roy Hodgson


The match referee’s cousin pays a visit to Lord’s: Russell Crowe


John (Boycie) Challis takes an extended View from the Boundary at Edgbaston


My favourite piece of commentary. Kerry O’ Keeffe and I watch Steve Waugh’s 100 in Sydney 2003


Keane’s Tom Chaplin sings a beautiful solo at Old Trafford



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