Malcolm Ashton

Malcolm Ashton

Malcolm Ashton hallmark is a keen sense of humour as he recounts life in the Test Match Special Box, various TV commentary boxes on tour and at home.

From Bury in Lancashire, Malcolm Ashton worked as a scorer/statistician on Radio 2 and Test Match Special.

He spent 12 years with BBC TV and Channel 4 until he became scorer and utility man for the touring England Cricket Team in 1995-6 and full time Team Analyst from 2000 to the present day.

Having been involved in over 150 Test matches and 200 One Day Internationals and 10 years of touring, Malcolm Ashton has a fund of stories to call upon. It’s a fascinating insight into an England cricket team that is proving itself one to be reckoned with in world cricket. A unique behind the scenes view by an accomplished speaker.

Malcolm Ashton is also an actor.

He has been in over 40 amateur dramatic productions and has won the Greater Manchester Drama Federation “Best Actor” award as well as appearing in a couple of episodes of “Brookside” and “Waterfront Beat”. A speaker for all occasions, Malcolm Ashton is equally at home with single sex or mixed audiences.

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