'In conversation with Ashley Giles'
Join us on Saturday 10 April as we welcome England Cricket Managing Director and Ashes winner, Ashley Giles, to talk cricket on our latest Zoom call, hosted by BBC Radio's Phil Upton.
Ashley will be talking about the recent cricket tours of South Africa, Sri Lanka and India, and the upcoming visiting tours to England in a full summer of cricket by Pakistan, Sri Lanka, New Zealand and India.
He will be discussing his views on cricket's new "Hundred" format and how COVID affected county cricket and test cricket.
You can submit questions in advance to Ashley by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll pick the best of the questions for Phil to ask Ashley.
This is the latest in our series of Zoom calls that we have been putting on during the pandemic, and hopefully one of the last before lockdown restrictions are removed.
Attendance is FREE and please register for your tickets by clicking here
Ashley Giles and his wife Stine launched the Giles' Trust as part of the hospital charity to fund research and support for brain tumour patients and their families after Stine was treated for a brain tumour at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.
Since its launch, the Giles' Trust has raised over £750,000 funding research, equipment and patient support.
Anyone who donates to the Giles' Trust when they register for this event will be entered into a draw to win two tickets to the England vs New Zealand test match at Edgbaston in June.
(Winner chosen at random, winner has the choice of day 1, day 2 or day 3 tickets. No cash alternative available.)
Find out more about The Giles' Trust at www.gilestrust.org