|01||Gentlemen, I Give You Cricket||19990520|
Mark Whitaker looks at India, where cricket was a tool of colonial rule and a plaything of feudal princes, yet became an abiding popular passion.
|02||Soldiers, Cricketers And Sheep||19990527|
Mark Whitaker explores the hidden history of religious and class conflict in Australian cricket during the Bradman era.
|03 LAST||White Men Don't Bowl||19990603|
West Indian cricket has always been full of politics, and no more so than in the 1950s. As Britain's Caribbean colonies moved towards independence, the cricket captaincy remained in white hands. Mark Whitaker explores the campaign for black leadership.