Cricket World Cup 2023 radio coverage: Listen to every match live on radio and online
Your complete guide to listening to every Cricket World Cup 2023 match on the radio – including online streaming.
Cricket. Radio. Cricket. Radio. Cricket. Radio. It just works. The game may have revolutionised multiple times since the first wafts of Test Match Special drifted over the airwaves, but some things will always stay the same.
The joy of cricket on the radio is something hard to truly express for those who grew up with the game, and it will never be any less marvellous – no matter how short the matches become.
The final is upon us, just one more matches to savour, but it will provide a huge spectacle given the teams involved.
Of course, TMS will be there, like a best friend in the corner, bringing you up to speed with the all the action, all day.
There are 48 matches to be played in total and there's inevitable drama still to come, whether you're in the house, in the car or at the office. You'll never be far from the cricket.
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Cricket World Cup 2023 on radio
The BBC will broadcast every Cricket World Cup match live on radio throughout the tournament, across BBC Radio 5 Sports Extra, BBC Sounds and the BBC Sport website and app.
BBC Radio 5 Sports Extra is only available on digital radio via DAB: 12B or you can tune into the station via most TV packages.
Listen to Cricket World Cup 2023 online
You can listen to BBC Radio 5 Sports Extra via BBC Sounds online and through the app.
This is the easiest way to tune in to listen, with coverage available on a host of devices from laptops and computers to portable devices such as smartphones and tablets.
Cricket World Cup 2023 radio schedule and fixtures
All UK times. All matches live on BBC 5 Sports Extra, BBC Sounds or BBC Sport website and app. Subject to change.
Sunday 19th November
Final: India v Australia (8:30am)
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