‘Pippa Middleton’ writes

Cricinfo

I had so many lovely responses for my recent Vanity Fair column explaining everything about cricket that I was asked to try my hand at reviewing the current Ashes cricket game at Manchester

‘We don’t need no full-time education’

BT.com

It’s time to give kids a lesson in the world of work, says journalist and author Alan Tyers, for BT.com

A guide to Manchester, for David Warner

Cricinfo

Manchester Tourism Committee welcomes punchy Aussie to Old Trafford Test

‘Beware the killer cupcakes’

BT.com

All hail the hero teacher who has saved the Isle of Wight from cake death horror, says Alan Tyers, for BT.com

‘Thank the Lord for pray-day loans’

BT.com

The Church of England has scored a rare bullseye by taking on greedy payday ‘loan shark’ Wonga, says Alan Tyers, for BT.com

Orgy of technology is killing the moment

Daily Telegraph

Slaves now to the technology that was supposed to improve the game, we debate the use and misuse of the DRS where once we talked of cricket

Advising Young Pup

Cricinfo

The Australian dressing room at Lord’s, post-defeat

Ashes 2013: The Queen’s royal diary – one’s day At Lord’s

Daily Telegraph

In which The Queen has the dubious pleasure of being introduced to the Australian cricket team prior to the start of the Second Test

Broad and the walking debate: a summary

Cricinfo

A brilliant, and brilliantly controversial, Test match has seem figures as diverse as Richard Dawkins and Piers Morgan having their say on batsmen not walking. The amount of opinion and argument has become overwhelming, so please find below a handy guide summarising the major debating positions on the matter.

First Test shows how television technology can now control the action

Daily Telegraph

It is impossible to say with complete confidence whether Werner Heisenberg, the German pioneer of quantum mechanics, liked cricket.