In this five-part series from The Telegraph, some of the biggest names in Ashes history recall memorable Tests in which they played.
Former England captain Michael Vaughan and Australia's Jason Gillespie relive one of cricket's most thrilling Tests in Ashes history - one which kept everyone guessing to the very last ball. Narrated by Chief Sports Writer Paul Hayward, and introduced by Cricket Correspondent Scyld Berry.
As Australia and England battle it out in the 71st Ashes series, the Telegraph is proud to present five podcasts reliving some of the series' most famous contests.
Ashes to Ashes includes exclusive interviews with some of the biggest names in English and Australian cricket as they relive their roles in the Tests, together with contributions from Chief Sports Writer Paul Hayward and Cricket Correspondent Scyld Berry.
The second episode of the series focuses on England's crushing win over their old rivals in the Fourth Test of the 1970-71 series in Sydney, a victory which set up an historic series triumph for Ray Illingworth's side.
England's Geoffrey Boycott - who rates the century he scored in the game as one of the best he ever made - and Australia's Ian Chappell offer their reflections on the match and the series as a whole.
Former England wicket-keeper Matt Prior and Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson relive the drama of the 2010 Boxing Day Test, when England produced one of their finest days of Test cricket to set up a series-defining victory. Narrated by Chief Sports Writer Paul Hayward, and introduced by Cricket Correspondent Scyld Berry. Commentary provided by Sky Sports.
In the fourth episode of Ashes to Ashes, former England off-spinner John Emburey and the series' leading wicket-taker, Australia's Terry Alderman, share their memories of the fourth Test of the magical 1981 series. If the preceding Test at Headingley had been turned on its head by Ian Botham's extraordinary assault with the bat, at Edgbaston he grabbed the ball when all seemed lost and embarked on an unforgettable spell. Emburey and Alderman recall the topsy-turvy match and the epic Sunday evening session when Botham ran through Australia and lifted the nation's spirits for the second time in a miraculous fortnight. Narrated by Chief Sports Writer Paul Hayward, and introduced by Cricket Correspondent Scyld Berry.
In the fifth episode of Ashes to Ashes, former England wicket-keeper Geraint Jones and ‘Mr Cricket’, Australia’s Michael Hussey, look back at the incredible second Test in Adelaide from the 2006-07 series and the unlikeliest of wins. England recovered strongly from defeat in the opening Test, declaring on 551/6. But, Australia replied with 513 and England collapsed in the second innings - losing their last nine wickets for 60 runs, allowing the hosts to knock off 168 runs in quick time to take a 2-0 lead. Hussey recalls the team talk from captain Ricky Ponting that injected Australia with belief they could win, while Jones dissects where it all went wrong on the final day in a Test that paved the way for an Australia whitewash. Narrated by Chief Sports Writer Paul Hayward, and introduced by Cricket Correspondent Scyld Berry with commentary provided by Sky Sports.