In the age of short attention spans, does Test cricket have any meaningful future?
As the third Test in the 2013 Ashes campaign gets underway, what is the outlook for the long form of the game and for Australian cricket?
Mal Fletcher, British-based broadcaster (and Australian) gives his perspective, as an avid fan of the game. This interview clip is from BBC Radio, with presenter Will Gompertz and fellow-guest Ed Allen.
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Hi, just thought you might like to know that I've placed one of Mal Fletcher's videos from YouTube, 'Heaven/Hell', on my website. Appreciate your web pages.
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You are right that we often shrink back from fully expressing our convictions because it puts us "out there". We must realise that the world looks at us at the same time as they hear us. We must learn the lessons & press on. Eme, United Kingdom