Couch Talk Episode 33 with Jarrod Kimber and Sam Collins, “Death of a Gentleman”

In this episode, Jarrod Kimber and Sampson Collins, of Two Chucks fame (amongst other things) talk about their independent Cricket documentary “Death of a Gentleman” that is still in production. They have interviewed plenty of Cricket administrators, journalists, player agents, ex-players, current players and fans to find an answer to the burning question that is in a lot of cricket enthusiasts’ minds: “Is Test Cricket dying?”

Visit the website to look at teasers, blogs, and people they have interviewed, and to contribute to their cause generously at We Fund.Your help is very much needed in their successful completion of the film. Please, chip in!

Even Rahul Dravid supports “Death of a Gentleman” !

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Credits:

Intro Music: Sampled, Mixed and Produced by Aravind Murali

Guests: Sampson Collins and Jarrod Kimber

Host: Subash Jayaraman

Episode transcribed by: Bharathram Pattabiraman

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4 Responses to Couch Talk Episode 33 with Jarrod Kimber and Sam Collins, “Death of a Gentleman”

  1. Nobody says:

    Subhash, you are doing a great job with the podcast. You are interviewing some of the ‘happening’ people in the cricket world.
    I have just one crib – sometimes, it appears like you are trying to sound like a foreigner when you talk to them. my humble opinion is that you should speak it the way Indians normally do…with the hard ‘R’.

    Thanks,
    Arv

    • thecricketcouch says:

      Thank you Arv. I’ve lived here in US for 14 years now and there is bound to be some change to my accent, you would expect. Wouldn’t you?

  2. Ian says:

    Really interesting

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