Covers Off is delighted to welcome an England and Yorkshire legend in Michael Vaughan for episode 12.

Vaughan talks through his cricketing journey after (whisper it quietly) moving from Manchester to Sheffield at a young age.

The former England skipper tells Tim Bresnan and Richard Pyrah why his favourite memories in cricket came during his early years at Yorkshire and reveals his philosophy as Captain which inspired England to one of the most famous Ashes series victories in Test history.

Vaughan answers your Twitter questions, including how one of his favourite Test centuries came at Headingley and his thoughts when previous guest Anthony McGrath took the gloves during Vaughan’s first game as Captain at Lord’s in 2003.

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Hosts: Tim Bresnan and Richard Pyrah
Podcast Editor: Kate Pichowicz

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